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The New Brunswick Mineral History Database was compiled by Bill Gardiner and originally released as digital Open File 2003-17. The metallic mineral occurrences in this file have been coded to comply with the New Brunswick Mineral Occurrence Database. The Mineral History Database comprises approximately ten thousand records transcribed mainly from old newspaper articles archived in the Saint John Public Library and from files of the New Brunswick Department of Energy and Resource Development.
 
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