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|1)||April 15, 2009, Evaluation of the Chandalar, Alaska Mining Property, by James C. Barker, Robert B. Murray and Jeffrey O. Keener||[Read]
|2)||December 31, 2007, Follow-up 2007 Geologic Mapping, Structural Analysis and Evaluation of Gold Deposits in Chandalar Mining District, Northern Alaska, by Thomas K. Bundtzen|
|3)||December 31, 2007, Plate for #3 above (Geological Map of the Chandalar Mining District, Brooks Range, Northern Alaska)|
|4)||March 15, 2007, Chandalar Mining District, A Report of Findings and Recommendations for 2006, by James C. Barker|
|5)||January 23, 2007, Geology of the Chandalar Mining District, East Central Brooks Range, Northern Alaska, by Thomas K. Bundtzen|
|6)||January 2007, History of the Caro-Coldfoot Trail (RST 262) and the Coldfoot-Chandalar Trail (RST 9), by Rolfe G. Buzzell, Ph.D.|
|7)||October 1, 2006, Little Squaw Creek Placer Gold Deposit Preliminary Evaluation, by Jeffrey O. Keener|
|8)||January 2, 2006, Chandalar Mining District, A Report of Findings and Recommendations, 2005, by James C. Barker|
|9)||August 8, 2005, Interim Summary Report: Little Squaw Gold Mining Company, Properties in the Chandalar Mining District, Alaska, by Melvin Klohn|
|10)||August 24, 2004, Chandalar Structural And Lithological Features Observed From An Air Photo Mosaic, J.A. Turner||[Read]
|11)||May 1, 2004, Gold Deposits of the Chandalar Mining District, Northern Alaska: An Information Review and Recommendations, by James C. Barker & Thomas K. Bundtzen|