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Industrial mineral site no. 1312, known as "Hicks (Bridgeport) pit" is a site in Douglas County, Washington. This site has been associated with pumice. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 87 says "Pit shows, from surface down: 18 in. of silt and pumice, 24 in. of pumice, and 4 in. of pumicite", and designates the value as "Recently operated by Cleo Hicks, Bridgeport, Wash".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1349, known as "Peterson pit" is a site in Okanogan County, Washington. This site has been associated with pumice. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 88 says "Pit exposes 84 in. of sand and pea-size pumice beneath 18 in. of overburden", and designates the value as "Has been operated by Don Peterson and partners, Tonasket, Wash".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1416, known as "Wawawai" is a site in Whitman County, Washington. This site has been associated with pumicite. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 91 says "Several small alluvial fan deposits", and designates the value as "Noncommercial".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1438, known as "Leavenworth" is a site in Chelan County, Washington. This site has been associated with massive quartz. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 93 says "Body of pegmatitic quartz in diorite exposed in a sloping area 40 by 50 ft. to a height of 35 ft", and designates the value as "Might support small operation".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1475, known as "Wannacut Lake" is a site in Okanogan County, Washington. This site has been associated with magnesium sulfate. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 95 says "Area of 334 acres. Brine contains 225,500 tons of various salts, of which 155,000 tons are epsomite", and designates the value as "Brine rather weak for economical recovery of salts".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1481, known as "Carbonate Lake" is a site in Grant County, Washington. This site has been associated with sodium carbonate. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 96 says "Area of 15 acres. Contained 28,600 tons of mixed crystalline salts, of which 24,500 tons were sodium carbonate. Brine contained 42,600 tons of mixed salts, of which 22,100 tons were sodium carbonate", and designates the value as "Now destroyed as a saline lake by the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation in connection with canal construction for the Columbia Basin irrigation project".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1492, known as "Lake "36"" is a site in Okanogan County, Washington. This site has been associated with sodium sulfate. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 96 says "Area of 10 1/2 acres. Contains 17,270 tons of mixed crystalline salts, of which 16,700 tons are sodium sulfate. Brine contains 9,070 tons of mixed salts, of which 3,000 tons are sodium sulfate", and designates the value as "Tonnage too small unless worked in conjunction with nearby lakes".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1503, known as "Humphrey Head quarry" is a site in San Juan County, Washington. This site has been associated with sandstone. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 121 says "sandstone of the Leech River group", and designates the value as "Formerly quarried".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1504, known as "Port Angeles quarry" is a site in Clallam County, Washington. This site has been associated with sandstone. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 121 says "sandstone", and designates the value as "Formerly used as building stone in Port Angeles".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1508, known as "Willapa Harbor" is a site in Pacific County, Washington. This site has been associated with sandstone. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 121 says "Massive soft dark-brown sandstone. Brown fusion at cone 6", and designates the value as "Cone fusion too low for furnace or molding sand ".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1537, known as "Renton Junction (B)" is a site in King County, Washington. This site has been associated with sandstone. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 123 says "An iron-stained 8-ft. exposure of sandstone. Lightly speckled gray fusion at cone 12", and designates the value as "Uncertain".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1556, known as "Mowich River" is a site in Pierce County, Washington. This site has been associated with sandstone. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 124 says "Puget sandstone. Unwashed sample gave speckled gray fusion at cone 4", and designates the value as "Probably not commercial".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1559, known as "Centralia" is a site in Lewis County, Washington. This site has been associated with sandstone. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 124 says "Arkosic phase of Puget series", and designates the value as "Said to be suitable for molding sand ".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1560, known as "Chehalis Brick & Tile Co. west pit" is a site in Lewis County, Washington. This site has been associated with sandstone. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 124 says "Eocene sandstone. Washed sample, from which 40 percent clay had been removed, gave white unspotted fusion at cone 20", and designates the value as "Probably suited to molding use".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1575, known as "Lion Gulch" is a site in Kittitas County, Washington. This site has been associated with sandstone. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 125 says "Green sandstone suitable for building stone", and designates the value as "Quarried in 1954 by Washington Green sandstone, Inc., Moses Lake, Wash".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1583, known as "Cain" is a site in Chelan County, Washington. This site has been associated with sandstone. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 125 says "sandstone, containing 87.5 percent silica, J.6 percent ferric oxide, and 6.5 percent alumina", and designates the value as "Warrants investigation".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1584, known as "Squillchuk Canyon" is a site in Chelan County, Washington. This site has been associated with sandstone. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 125 says "Rock which is believed to be silicified sandstone contains 73.2 percent silica and 2.3 percent ferric oxide. Light-brown fusion at cone 8 minus", and designates the value as "Uncertain".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1585, known as "Keegan (Dry Gulch)" is a site in Chelan County, Washington. This site has been associated with sandstone. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 125 says "Coarse iron-stained sandstone, with an average clay content of 9 percent, fused at cone 30 on both washed and unwashed samples", and designates the value as "Suitable for amber glass and furnace sand ".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1587, known as "Stemilt School road (A)" is a site in Chelan County, Washington. This site has been associated with sandstone. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 125 says "Softened coarse sandstone, containing 91.2 percent silica, 0.6 percent ferric oxide, and 3.8 percent alumina. Washed sample gave spotted Hght-brown fusion at cone 30 minus", and designates the value as "Possibly suited to furnace or molding use".
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Industrial mineral site no. 1590, known as "Shotwell road" is a site in Chelan County, Washington. This site has been associated with sandstone. A notation found in DGER Bulletin 37 on page 125 says "Soft light-colored sandstone containing 92.9 percent silica, 0.6 percent ferric oxide, and 4.1 percent alumina. Washed sand gave speckled but otherwise clear glass fusion at cone 32 plus", and designates the value as "Suitable for furnace sand and probably some grades of glass".
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