Mining within the Algoma Region had never seem to have stop being developed as several mines claimed fame for different discovery zones. The next mine I will be talking about is known as the great Murray Algoma Prospect zone. Like several mines within the region, the Murray Algoma Prospect was first came upon in 1928, by a guy who discovered gold on his very own piece of land. This individual who went be the name of R. Patterson had then decided to sell this claim to another rookie prospector known as W.H Reed. The small prospect zone was later known to be optioned by Reed when all production, exploration and development was now being carried out by N. Bond. He immediately had started his own exploration studies in 1930, which included further stripping, surface trenching and conduction geophysical mapping of the property. But with no luck in finding the rich vein zone he was expected to find, the property was later purchase by the Murray Algoma Mining Co. Ltd. in 1934. As all ownership was now given to this newly establish resource exploration company. These individual started on a whole new exploration study that included surface prospecting, trenching, stripping, sampling and the establishment of 13 diamond drill holes. Diamond drill results that were obtained from a 1500 foot core sample test had soon indicated 0.2 ounces of gold from a ton of rock over 3.5 feet below ground levels. Another indication of gold was soon notice to have average 0.13 ounces a ton over 5.5 feet and another assay result had indicated 0.13 ounces of gold over 2.5 feet. Surface sampling that was taken by this company had also indicated 0.18 ounces of gold per a ton over a width of 5 to 6 feet. Some other major events to occur was the establishment of a small milling compound. After one year of fully completing this structure, company officials had soon started processing a 500 ton balk sample that would end up averaging 0.43 ounces of Au per a ton of mined rock. However all production soon came to an end when not enough gold was being taken from this location area to develop a future mine site. The small prospecting zone was officially completely abandoned by 1936, after this company had extracted some gold resources from the ground. In general the Murray Algoma Prospect can be reached by traveling 2 miles west of Hawk Junction Ontario Canada.