History of the Mountain King Mine, Custer County, Idaho, Issue 13; Issue 97
The Mountain King Mine is in northwestern Custer County in the Sheep Mountain Mining District, just east of the boundary between the Seafoam and the Sheep Mountain districts.
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Geologic map of the Mountain King Mine Figure 51 in Cater
Underground workings of the Mountain King Mine around 1970
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