General/Base Info:
Gold Sovereign; Jackson Shaft [No. 1 Shaft?]
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Info Last updated: 18.11.2021 (11:41:32)
Id No. (Mine / 1902 map):
Vertical Shaft Mine
Date Located / Formed:
Bull Hill
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          General notes:
          The USGS 1906 Geology book indicates on page 367-368 that the mine was producing from two localities, and that this shaft, as with the tunnel and at least another shaft (known as the Lovett shaft), was working what was known as the Lovett vein.
          graphic for visual presentation of textSome other pieces of info from here and there in terms of a leasing company known as the "Cripple Creek and Gold Temple Company" working the Jackson shaft, and in one of those reports it is said they work the main shaft, gives this a strong possibility this is the most seen shaft thought of when it comes to the Gold Sovereign mine.