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Industrial mineral site no. 1, known as "Mount Adams" is a site in Yakima County, Washington. This site has been associated with alum. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 5 says "Various alum minerals and sulfur constitute the cementing material in volcanic breccia", and designates the value as "Commercial separation probably not feasible".
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Industrial mineral site no. 38, known as "Chumstick Mountain" is a site in Chelan County, Washington. This site has been associated with asbestiform materials. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 7 says "Anthophyllite occurs as a vein less than 1 ft. wide in biotite gneiss", and designates the value as "Exposed by shallow pit. Insufficient quantity for commercial development".
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Industrial mineral site no. 39, known as "Swakane Canyon (may be same as Chumstick Mountain occurrence)" is a site in Chelan County, Washington. This site has been associated with asbestiform materials. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 7 says "Short-fiber anthophyllite", and designates the value as "Quantity and quality not known".
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Industrial mineral site no. 58, known as "Peacock claim" is a site in Okanogan County, Washington. This site has been associated with barite. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 9 says "Gangue mineral in copper vein", and designates the value as "Unknown".
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Industrial mineral site no. 68, known as "Eagle Mountain" is a site in Stevens County, Washington. This site has been associated with barite. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 9 says "Open cuts expose an 8-ft. vein traceable for 1,200 ft", and designates the value as "Currently quarried by Chewelah Minerals Corp., Chewelah".
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Industrial mineral site no. 71, known as "Bettfreund" is a site in Stevens County, Washington. This site has been associated with barite. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 9 says "Two ex-posures of barite about 250 ft. apart, one of which is a 6-ft. bed that crops out for 60 ft. along its strike", and designates the value as "Warrants investigation".
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Industrial mineral site no. 80, known as "Kauffman claim" is a site in Stevens County, Washington. This site has been associated with barite. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 10 says "Unknown", and designates the value as "Unknown".
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Industrial mineral site no. 90, known as "Ostrand er Creek" is a site in Cowlitz County, Washington. This site has been associated with ferruginous bauxite. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 17 says "High-iron bauxite and high-alumina clay reported", and designates the value as "Unknown".
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Industrial mineral site no. 95, known as "Kettle Falls area" is a site in Ferry County, Washington. This site has been associated with beryl. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 17 says "Small crystals in pegmatite", and designates the value as "None of gem quality observed. Now under water".
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Industrial mineral site no. 116, known as "N. Everett" is a site in Snohomish County, Washington. This site has been associated with common clays and shales. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 19 says "Yellow surface clay, probably glacial", and designates the value as "Formerly used in making flowerpots by Dregone Flower-Pot Co".
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Industrial mineral site no. 171, known as "Johnston Canyon" is a site in Kittitas County, Washington. This site has been associated with common clays and shales. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 21 says "Very extensive deposit of light-colored clay", and designates the value as "A plant operated briefly about 1924. Current owner is W. H. Long".
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Industrial mineral site no. 184, known as "Orient" is a site in Stevens County, Washington. This site has been associated with common clays and shales. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 22 says "Thick silt beds", and designates the value as "Mined years ago, shipped to a pottery near Spokane, and used as glaze on stoneware".
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Industrial mineral site no. 197, known as "H Seidel Clay Co., formerly Stand ard Stoneware Co., and prior to that Bergman Clay Manufacturing Co". is a site in Spokane County, Washington. This site has been associated with common clays and shales. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 22 says "Latah clay from Sommer pit mixed with Palouse clay from Freeman", and designates the value as "Recently used in making flowerpots".
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Industrial mineral site no. 246, known as "Kocher" is a site in Skamania County, Washington. This site has been associated with refractory clays and shales. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 25 says "Light-colored clay containing 5 to 10 percent Fe2O3", and designates the value as "Unknown".
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Industrial mineral site no. 269, known as "Fitzgerald" is a site in Spokane County, Washington. This site has been associated with refractory clays and shales. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 26 says "Semi-refractory Latah clay", and designates the value as "Warrants investigation".
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Industrial mineral site no. 297, known as "Ringo" is a site in Whitman County, Washington. This site has been associated with refractory clays and shales. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 27 says "Clay, probably refractory, ex-posed in pit 100 by 200 ft", and designates the value as "Quantity and quality unknown".
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Industrial mineral site no. 318, known as "Ferndale", is a site in Whatcom County, Washington. This site has been associated with diatomite. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 35 says "Well encountered 17-ft. bed at depth of 130 ft", and designates the value as "Too deep to be exploited".
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Industrial mineral site no. 328, known as "Lake Hancock" is a site in King County, Washington. This site has been associated with diatomite. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 35 says "Said to cover 1,124 acres", and designates the value as "Warrants investigation".
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Industrial mineral site no. 336, known as "Tilton River" is a site in Lewis County, Washington. This site has been associated with diatomite. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 36 says "15,000 tons with 20-ft.-maximum cover interbedded with sand and gravel", and designates the value as "Insufficient quantity for commercial operations".
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Industrial mineral site no. 398, known as "Deposit 7" is a site in Okanogan County, Washington. This site has been associated with dolomite. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 39 says "Triangular in outline. E. and W. sides 6,800 ft. long and S. side 1,600 ft. long", and designates the value as "Contains an estimated 176,000,000 tons. Undeveloped".
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