||Stream sediment samples consist of silt and clay taken from a stream bed. Rock samples were dried, crushed, and pulverized to a minus 100 mesh. Samples were analyzed for gold by fire assay pre-concentration of a 30 gram sample followed by an AA finish with results reported in parts per billion. For gold values exceeding the upper detection limit of 10,000 ppb, a gravimetric finish was performed and results reported in ounces per ton. Silver, copper, lead, zinc, and molybdenum were analyzed by both AA and ICP techniques with results reported in parts per million. The result from the more accurate method is presented. Those that exceeded the upper detection limits were subjected to low level assays with results reported in percent, with the exception ofsilver which was finished with a gravimetric method and results reported in ounces per ton. Platinum and palladium were analyzed by fire assay preconcentration of a 30 gram sample with an ICP finish and results reported in parts per billion. Mercury was analyzed by cold vapor and result reported in parts per billion. The remaining 26 elements were analyzed by rcp and results reported as either parts per million or percent. Any samples which exceeded the upper detection limits were not reanalyzed but were reported as greater than the corresponding upper detection limits.