"Chloride No Six" Placer Claim, National Chloride Company in San Bernardino County, California
CHLORIDE NO SIX is a 160-acre active mining claim in San Bernardino, California owned by National Chloride Company. It is a placer claim with a $1240 maintenance fee. Placer claims encompass any mining claim that is not a lode claim. These are commonly bedded or layered deposits. The maximum size of a placer claim is 20 acres per locator—with a maximum of 160 acres.
Ownership and use of this claim is overseen by the Bureau of Land Management's Needles Field Office under the serial number CAMC33208. The last action for this claim occurred on September 1, 2017. Information on the claim was last updated on January 27, 2018.
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** The mine central point is based on an average of the mine's bounding box(es) and does not necessarily fall on the claim itself.
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