Actually, I could only get a limited sampling on mines because there are so many. What I did was look at the many, many districts and focused on the important characteristics and some of the more impressive mines. So, if you visit those districts on Google Earth, or by using the AZ Top Maps App on this blogspot, you will be taken to some of the more interesting mines that are listed with GPS coordinates in the book, and provided with ideas on how are where to prospect in these districts.
|Gold in an Arizona rhyolite|
In addition, there are relatively recently recognized gold deposits associated with what are known as detachment faults found over a giant region running from one side of Arizona to the other - and most of these are only partially explored with large regions remaining unexplored. And there are lots of the wet and dry gold placers. Yes, Arizona is known for copper, but it is also a significant source for gold.