Baltic Mine Dump

The Baltic Mine, 3rd largest producer in the Keweenaw native copper district opened about 1898 and was worked for ~60 years. This amygdaloid mine is a flow top breccia which dips about 70 degree NW and was 5-8 m thick. It was mined for about 7km along strike.  The minerals found here associated with copper include quartz, pumpellyite, epidote and calciteChalcocite, bornite, siderite, laumontite, prehnite, barite and chacopyrite are also found. Baltic Lode details.

Baltic Shaft #2 1897