Chickamonstone Copper Mining Company stock certificate circa 1897
Uncommon British Columbia mining collectible with an awesome vignette of the Bull River Canyon where the mine got its water power. Unissued and not cancelled. Circa 1897 from incorporation date.
The company amd underground mine was located in Southeastern British Columbia in the Cranbrook District about 20 miles north of the Montana border. The mine is no longer active although the region still known for copper, silver, gold, zinc, and lead operations.
The Bull River is a tributary of the Kootenay River in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It is part of the Columbia River basin, as the Kootenay River is a tributary of the Columbia River. The Bull River originates in the Rocky Mountains near the Continental Divide. It flows generally south and west, joining the Kootenay River east of Cranbrook.