"This property covers the valley of the Rio Acandi Seco, in the district of Acandi, Intendencia (Territory) of Choco, Republic of Columbia, South America.
It consists of four claims, or pertenencias, each straddling and paralleling the course of the Acandi Seco River. Each claim is two kilometers in width, one kilometer on each side of the stream bed, and five kilometers in length, making an area two kilometers (1 1/4 miles) in width by 20 kilometers (12 1/2 miles) in length, containing about 10,000 acres, the conversion being only approximate. These four claims are shown on the attached map as La Balboa, La Balboa No. 1, La Balboa No. 2 and La Balboa No. 3.
The mining rights covered are the placer rights, lode mines being subject to separate filings by the discoverers. Thus far, no lode mines have been discovered or filed on, and there are now no owners of adverse surface rights on the Balboa property"--Property, page 1.
Forbes, Carroll Ralph
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
Professional Degree in Mining Engineering
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
iii, 36 pages, 1 map
© 1940 Emmett Lee Arnold, All rights reserved.
Thesis - Open Access
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Geology -- Colombia
Gold ores -- Colombia -- Choco
Placer deposits -- South America
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Link to Catalog Recordhttp://laurel.lso.missouri.edu/record=b1068717~S5
Arnold, Emmett Lee, "A preliminary report on the placer gold deposits of the Rio Acandi Seco, Choco, Republic of Colombia, South America and a possible method of their exploitation." (1940). Professional Degree Theses. 89.