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Freeman Creek

Intermediate sulfidation gold and silver

The Freeman Creek Property is a large-tonnage near surface, epithermal system located only  20 km NW of Salmon, ID.

The Project was mined for gold and silver in the early 1900's. The main zone of mineralization known as the “Gold Dyke Zone” occurs in the southwest part of the property, where historic drilling intersected up to 44.2 m of 1.5 g/t Au and 12.1 g/t Ag, and in a separate hole 21.3 m of 1.7 g/t Au and 17.12 g/t Ag. The resultant historic resource of ~400,000 tonnes (~20,000 oz Au and ~190,000 oz Ag; Not 43-101 Compliant), was based on both drilling and surface sampling for a limited portion of the known mineralization. Previous operators have suggested potential for up to 15 Mt of mineralized material. 

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