The Lost Emigrant Mine contains a one foot to four-foot-wide quartz vein that carries free gold and pyrite in a diabase porphyry. The vein strikes NW-SE with a 30-degree SW dip. The mine was worked around 1900 and during the 1930s. The USGS calculated a (non-compliant for purposes of NI 43-101) resource contained in the property of about 75,000 ounces at 0.20 opt gold. The Company is seeking the USGS data used in calculating this resource for its own analysis.