Geology of the Okanogan Highlands 2012 - Stop 3

Stop 3: Republic City Park


Rocks passed around here were collected from the Tom Thumb mine about 5 miles north of here. These white rocks are made mostly of quartz. They are typical of gold-bearing veins in the Republic area that were precipitated from hot water circulating through cracks within the crust during volcanism and faulting in the area, about 50 million years ago.

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