2 edition of mines of the West found in the catalog.
mines of the West
Rossiter Worthington Raymond
|Statement||by Rossiter W. Raymond.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 256p. ;|
|Number of Pages||256|
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Register of mines & minerals for eleven Sierra Nevada counties issued by the California State Mining Bureau, "The Registers tabulated and located many historic and operating quartz, drift, and hydraulic mines, and included lists of arrastras, mills, and mineral springs. With one exception, all of the original text, tables, and maps. Just three Colorado “ghost towns” still have active mining activities — Victor, Lake City, and Gold Hill. Also included here are Colorado Forts. Most of these were established during the Indian Wars of the Old West and were abandoned when there was no longer a need.
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John Clark Silver Mine — fabulous riches waiting to be found in the mountains and deserts of the American West. Pack up your pick and shovel, stake yourself to some grub, saddle up the mule, and head for the backcountry to make your fortune.4/5(25).
A history of the "Sierra Madre West" mining district, located near Ogden, Utah. The book covers mines, trams, trails, and buildings. A topographic map is included with the book and shows elevations and locations (including GPS waypoints) of the features spoken of.5/5(2).
The Miners (Old West Time-Life Series) Hardcover – January 1, by Robert Wallace (Author), Editors of Time Life Books (Editor)/5(18). The history of mining the West has been explored and developed much less than the mines themselves. In fact, no book has been written that encapsulates the overall history of mining in the American and Canadian West.5/5(1).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Raymond, Rossiter W. (Rossiter Worthington), Mines of the West. New York: J.B. Ford, In the mine, we find four ore cars, one air hoist, a slusher, many old dynamite boxes, hand tools, ore chutes, air tanks and more.
This was mine was truly left and forgotten. Nearly everything is Views: K. The English Midlands, as defined for the purposes of this book, extend from the Welsh border in the west, northwards to the boundary of Derbyshire and Yorkshire, across to the eastern margin of Northamptonshire and southwards, roughly to the line of the M4 motorway.
The most common stories of fabulous hidden treasure swirl around the lost mines. Such claims as Arizona’s Lost Dutchman and Lost Adams have been luring gold-hungry prospectors and treasure hunters for nearly a century and a half.
Some Author: Ron Soodalter. Whether it's stories about the American wild west or all the way back to the time of King Solomons mines, there is either a story or some kind of fabled legend.
And if the story involves maybe a few shadey characters or abit of murder or mystery, well that makes these stories all the more exciting. Featured Mining Town: Eureka, Nevada. Eureka was both Nevada's second largest city starting in the s, and the state's second most valuable mining center after the Comstock Lode.
Sometimes called the "Pittsburgh of the West", Eureka was the West's largest and most important smelting center. The most amazing treasure book ever written, giving the locations of well over fabulous fortunes waiting to be found in the ore-rich Southwest.
Thomas Penfield has done years of exhaustive research for Dig Here. and has accomplished the Herculean task of separating fact from fiction. For the first time lost treasure stories of the Southwest are stripped bare of their legends and lies.5/5(1). Though various types of mines have existed across the nation, almost from the very discovery of America, those in the American West, are and were, the most plentiful and the history they’ve left in their wakes is of romance, fortunes made and lost, hardships, greed, Indian Wars, and numerous crusty old ghost towns.
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Whites owned and managed all of the mines. Poor whites, Mexicans and Chinese Americans worked the mine shafts. A few African Americans joined them, but many worked in the service sector as cooks or artisans. It is these mining towns that often conjure images of the mythical American Wild West.
The few safety laws on the books were rarely enforced. West Virginia's coal mines had a higher death rate than any other state in the union in the first decade of the 20th century and in Scores of articles and books have now been published on the history of West Virginia’s coal industry from the perspective of these coal mining Author: Mark Hand.
The Coal Mining Massacre America Forgot The mountains of southern West Virginia are riddled with coal—and bullets Child coal miners with mules in Gary, West Virginia in Author: Lorraine Boissoneault.
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The West Virginia mine war ofa major civil insurrection of unusual brutality on both sides, even by the standards of the coal fields, involved thousands of union and nonunion miners, state and private police, militia, and federal troops.
Before it was over, three West Virginia counties were in open rebellion, much of the state was under military rule, and bombers of the U.S.
Army Air 5/5(1).Coal Mining in Pennsylvania PA Mining History. Room-and-pillar mines have been active in Pennsylvania's bituminous coalfields since the lates.
Bituminous coal was first mined in Pennsylvania at "Coal Hill" (Mount Washington), just across .The West Virginia Office of Miners’ Health Safety and Training offers the following publications to the mining industry.
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