|Pearce Rhyolite with visible gold|
|Aerial photo over the Turquoise district|
showing locations of known mineralized
deposits (from Hausel, 2018).
|Ginguro bands in the San Ignacio vein near Pearce.|
|Crustiform gold-bearing vein at the Gold Road mine,|
San Francisco district,
Gold occurs with silver in the Maynard district of the Hualpai Mountains and is also found in the Gold basin district. Gold is described in placers referred to at the Gold Basin, Chemehuevis, Lewis, Wright Creek, Lookout, and Silver Creek placers.
|Highwall of the United Verde mine at Jerome|
In the Eureka district of the Santa Maria Mountains, gold is found with copper, silver, and lead. In the Martinez district, it is found in the Date Creek Mountains and gold is found in the Black Rock district of the Wickenburg Mountains. The precious metals is also described in the Plomosa, Sheep Tanks, Dome Rock, Laguna, Trigo, and Gila Bend Mountains. Gold placers are found at Weaver Creek, Rich Hill, Lynx Creek, Big Bug, Minnehaha, Hassayampa, Groom Creek, Copper Basin, Placerita, and in the Black Canyon district. Many smaller placers are also reported. A 8.7-troy-ounce nugget was found on Weaver Creek in 1930, and in 1932 to 1933, several nuggets up to more than 3 ounces were recovered from the same area.