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Industrial mineral site no. 769, known as "Tunnel Creek" is a site in King County, Washington. This site has been associated with mica. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 62 says "Trail has cut through pegmatite dike in which are numerous books of mica an inch or more across", and designates the value as "Exposed material below commercial quality and quantity".
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Industrial mineral site no. 776, known as "Brewster" is a site in Okanogan County, Washington. This site has been associated with mica. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 62 says "Two samples of vermiculite sent to the Division of Mines and Geology for identification", and designates the value as "Unknown".
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Industrial mineral site no. 791, known as "Swamp Creek" is a site in Clallam County, Washington. This site has been associated with mineral pigments. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 63 says "Sample submitted to the Division of Mines and Geology is said to have come from this location", and designates the value as "Appears to have possibilities as dark-brown paint pigment".
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Industrial mineral site no. 792, known as "Sumas Mountain" is a site in Whatcom County, Washington. This site has been associated with mineral pigments. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 63 says "Red, ferruginous shales", and designates the value as "Might be ground and used as pigment".
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Industrial mineral site no. 806, known as "Chewelah" is a site in Stevens County, Washington. This site has been associated with mineral pigments. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 64 says "Samples of ocher and red pigment from a 70-ft. deposit. Fe2O3 content is 2.5 to 26.4 percent", and designates the value as "Tinting strength too weak for general use but may have local value".
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Industrial mineral site no. 819, known as "Strawberry Bay" is a site in Skagit County, Washington. This site has been associated with olivine. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 69 says "Small deposit of fresh olivine", and designates the value as "Might be worked in connection with other Cypress Island deposits".
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Industrial mineral site no. 828, known as "Fidalgo Head" is a site in Skagit County, Washington. This site has been associated with serpentine. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 70 says "About 200 acres of Fidalgo Head is underlain by serpentinized dunite of the Fidalgo formation", and designates the value as "Large potential supply".
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Industrial mineral site no. 870, known as "Crown Zellerbach" is a site in Clallam County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 72 says "The area is 41 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is 1 foot. The maximum fibrous thickness is 4 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 884, known as "Stankey Farm" is a site in Cowlitz County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 72 says "The area is 2 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is 2 feet. The maximum fibrous thickness is not reported".
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Industrial mineral site no. 912, known as "Shine" is a site in Jefferson County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 73 says "The area is 102 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is 2 feet. The maximum fibrous thickness is 20 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 920, known as "Sunnydale" is a site in King County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 73 says "The area is 26 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is 13 feet. The maximum fibrous thickness is 17 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 940, known as "Shadow Lake" is a site in King County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 74 says "The area is 57 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is 5 feet. The maximum fibrous thickness is 12 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 952, known as "Aries Farm" is a site in King County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 74 says "The area is 54 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is not reported. The maximum fibrous thickness is 3 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 956, known as "Paradise Lake No.1" is a site in King County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 74 says "The area is 23 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is 7 feet. The maximum fibrous thickness is 14 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 963, known as "Patterson Creek" is a site in King County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 75 says "The area is not reported. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is unknown. The maximum fibrous thickness is not reported".
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Industrial mineral site no. 972, known as "Port Madison Indian Reservation" is a site in Kitsap County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 75 says "The area is 60 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is not reported. The maximum fibrous thickness is 13 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 979, known as "Mathews Lake" is a site in Kitsap County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 75 says "The area is 7 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is not reported. The maximum fibrous thickness is 3 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 986, known as "Gurley Creek" is a site in Kitsap County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 75 says "The area is 23 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is 2 feet. The maximum fibrous thickness is 23 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 993, known as "Davis Lake" is a site in Lewis County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 75 says "The area is 542 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is not reported. The maximum fibrous thickness is 20 feet".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1018, known as "Belfair No. 4" is a site in Mason County, Washington. This site has been associated with peat. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 76 says "The area is 4 acres. The maximum thickness of Sphagnum is 3 feet. The maximum fibrous thickness is 3 feet".
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