Cleanup work begins this year on the old Sunset-Star Silver Mine in Nine Mile Canyon north of Wallace. The mine, then owned by the Success Mining Co., is pictured with a boarding house in this historic photograph.
Cleanup work begins this year on the old Sunset-Star Silver Mine in Nine Mile Canyon north of Wallace. The mine, then owned by the Success Mining Co., is pictured with a boarding house in this historic photograph. COURTESY OF THE WALLACE DISTRICT Provided by Wallace District Mining Museum
Cleanup work begins this year on the old Sunset-Star Silver Mine in Nine Mile Canyon north of Wallace. The mine, then owned by the Success Mining Co., is pictured with a boarding house in this historic photograph. COURTESY OF THE WALLACE DISTRICT Provided by Wallace District Mining Museum

Cleanup of North Idaho mining area to begin this summer

June 24, 2016 12:31 PM

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