The Grant Hartford Corporation
April 17, 2014 Conference Call. Get call details and Gravity Concentration Report


2012 Year End Geological Report
March 2013 Behre Dolbear Report
Review the Guide 7 Reports
Gold-bearing quartz veins in the GHC claim blocks by Dr. Sears
2011 Technical Report(Form 43-101)


Grant Hartford Corporation is a gold mining company with the rights to mine 75 mining claims located in the historical Garnet Mining District located 50 miles east of Missoula, Montana and constituting the Nancy Hanks Mine. The Garnet District produced over 500,000 ounces of gold from the late 1800s until 1941. The total land position under the Company’s control exceeds 1,400 acres within the District.

The Company is in the process of developing and commencing the mining of both underground and newly-discovered surface veins of gold and silver. The surface veins are proving to be very rich and are positioned to allow immediate mining. The Company expects to continue and complete its development of the large, underground structures, prefatory to mining, by mid-summer, 2014.


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