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Toughnut Mine | arizonamininghistory

 · Toughnut / Good Enough Mine - Cochise County . Where: Near Tombstone, Arizona One block south of Allen st. at Toughnut and 5th st.. Travel Conditions: Travel to this location is a paved road with no vehilce restrictions Operation Dates: 1877 to late 1930''s Description: Discovered by A. E. "Ed" Sheiffelin in 1877. Ed Schieffelin discovered silver chlorides and lead carbonates in a quartz vein ...

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Old-Miner-Photos

Old-Miner-Photos. Old Photographs of Miners. Barnesville Mine, Fairmont, West ia 1904. Coal Miners - Scranton, PA 1898. DL & W Woodward Mines First Aid Team - Kingston, PA 1915. Maryland Coal Co.Tipple Boys and Drivers - Sand Lick, WV. Pennsylvania Anthracite Coal Miners 1930s. Coal Miners - Hazleton, PA.

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The Road Report: Arizona''s Humboldt Mining District | Rock ...

 · The Road Report: Arizona''s Humboldt Mining District. And, when the truck could go no further, we walked up the wash in order to reach the Queen Mine claim. Walking ahead of me are the late Kevin Leonard and my husband, Andrew Herman. In the rolling hills of the high desert of Northern Arizona, about 85 miles north of Phoenix and 12 miles east ...

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Globe Arizona Mine Tours

The Museum is housed in the Old Dominion Mine Rescue Station building and contains an interesting and extensive collection of mining artifacts in its indoor and outdoor exhibits. Those passing through Phoenix also had the opportunity to visit the excellent Arizona Mining …

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Antique Vintage Bisbee Arizona Postcards (4) Old Pictures ...

Bisbee Minerals ® Fine minerals and mining artifacts from Bisbee and around the world. ... 1918 Pittsburgh Jerome Copper Company Arizona Mine Mining Stock Certificate. $29.18. $32.42 previous price $32.42 + $8.00 shipping. Mining photograph, Donkey, Mule, Coal mine…

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Arizona Mines – Western Mining History

Distribution of mines in Arizona. Yellow dots are mines with gold listed as a primary commodity. Black dots are mines without gold as a primary commodity, but may have gold listed as a secondary or tertiary commodity. A dynamic version of this map can be viewed on our Mining Towns page.

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Arizona Department of Mines and Mineral Resources

Arizona 85007, phone 602-364-4930, state.az On page 2 of this circular is a discussion of the/ire assaying process that concludes with some purported problems with fire assays. Contact the Department for additional information on mining, prospecting and mineral resources in Arizona. ARIZONA ASSAY OFFICES,

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Collecting on Public Lands

graves, trail traces, mining areas, townsites, ranches and railroads are not open to collecting. Metal detector use is allowed on public lands. Modern money may be collected, but coins and artifacts more than 100 years old may not be collected. Wood, Plants and Pine Nuts Various species of trees are available for firewood with a

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A Newly Discovered Turquoise Mine of Prehistory, Mohave ...

Current mining operations near Kingman, Arizona have again revealed the presence of an aboriginal turquoise mine. Although the stone tools associated with the mine are reminiscent of the Hohokam culture, not enough material culture has been found at the mine or a nearby campsite to place the aboriginal workings in time or cultural context.

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Arizona''s mining history: Danger and riches

 · Arizona''s mining history: Danger for many, riches for a few. The lure of gold sparked the mining boom in the Arizona Territory in the Old West, …

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17 Men Made of Copper: The Miners of Bisbee ideas | bisbee ...

Dec 31, 2015 - The news of mineral wealth in Bisbee, Arizona drew miners from across the world to the copper-rich Mule Mountains in search of employment. This board examines the miners of Bisbee, where they worked, and how they carried out the laborious task of extracting copper. . See more ideas about bisbee, arizona, bisbee arizona.

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Copper Mining in AZ and Tribal Lands | Superfund

Copper Mining on Tribal Lands in Arizona. Twenty-one federally-recognized tribes own lands that cover 19.7 million of Arizona''s 72.9 million acres, or 27% of the state. Currently, there is only one active copper mine on designated tribal lands in Arizona, the Mission Mine (see Case Study #1).

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Welcome | Arizona Mining, Mineral and Natural Resources ...

The Arizona Mining, Mineral and Natural Resources Education (AMMNRE) Museum was recently established to promote Arizona''s natural resource heritage and future through education, research and outreach. The museum is in the development and renovation stage and is not currently open. Our end-state vision is to create a recognized destination for ...

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Mining Exhibits, Mining Museums, and Tour Mines in the

mining equipment; mining artifacts; mining techniques; mining methods; change house replica; underground mine replica; mining memorabilia; mining and the environment) Bisbee, AZ

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ADMMR Arizona Department of Mines and Mineral …

Arizona Department of Mines and Mineral Resources 1502 West Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007 Phone 602 771-1600 ... Information on mines and mining may also be ... mining artifacts from the town of Goldfield, and, of course, an exhibit on Jacob Waltz and the Lost Dutchman Mine. Ad-

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Big Eye Mine — AZOFFROAD

The Big Eye Mine is an abandoned gold mine deep within the southwestern portion of the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge. Located in the historic Castle Dome Mining district and the scenic Castle Dome Mountains, this site offers visitors a unique look into a well preserved mining area in a rugged location.

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Geology and Ore Deposits of the Superior Mining ...

 · The Superior mining area is in northeastern Pinal County, Arizona (Fig. 1). The area was officially organized as the Pioneer mining district but is better known as the Superior mining area. Superior, the principal settlement within the area, in 1940had a population of about 5,000,depending principally upon operations of the Magma Copper Company.

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History of Mining in Arizona | Special Collections

AZ 198. Collection Guide. James Brand (J.B) Tenney, (1884-1959) was an assistant geologist for the Arizona Bureau of Mines. This collection is a contains a typescript of Arizona mining history, chiefly covers the period from 1849 to 1930. Edited and prepared from Mr. Tenney''s original manuscript by the Special Collections Division, University ...

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arizona mines mining artifacts

home; arizona mines mining artifacts; arizona mines mining artifacts. Since the Mining Law of 1872 over a million mining claims have been filed in Arizona Arizona State Mine Inspectors Office estimates that roughly 10 may have had actual mining conducted on them leading us to set a number of approximately 100000 abandoned mine openings within the state

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Arizona Underground: Mine Tours, Museums, and Caves | Rock ...

 · Arizona Underground: Mine Tours, Museums, and Caves. Kartchner Caverns ranks among the top 10 most beautiful caverns because of its colorful stalactite formations. With winter set to arrive soon, tens of thousands of folks will head into the great Southwest. Quartzsite becomes a huge desert yard sale, surrounded by upwards of 100,000 RVs ...

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Copper Mining and Processing

Tribal Concerns. Mining can have impacts on sacred lands and artifacts as well as natural resources. On the Navajo Nation people used uranium mill tailings to build their traditional earthen homes (hogan), many of which remain in use today

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Arizona-Mines

Arizona-Mines. Silver mining in Arizona was a powerful stimulus for exploration and prospecting in early Arizona. Cumulative silver production through 1981 totaled 490 million troy ounces. However, only about 10% of Arizona''s silver production came from silver mining. More than 80% of the state''s silver was a byproduct of copper mining; other ...

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OldMineExploration

One of the most fun and exciting aspects of mining artifact collecting is exploring old mine sites. Depending upon one''s physical condition, willingness to take calculated risks, innate curiosity, willingness to get extremely dirty and willingness to put your well-being in someone else''s hands, you can elect to explore old mine sites above and/or below ground.

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Small mine east of Phoenix holds treasure unique to Arizona

 · PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - While copper and gold mines have played key roles in Arizona''s history, a small mine on Four Peaks, east of Phoenix, holds a …

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Online mining for riches in historic Arizona mine data ...

 · The Arizona Geological Survey Mining Data online repository is richer by thousands of mine reports, geologic maps, and mine working maps, due in part to the digital release of the donated James Doyle Sell collection (fig. 1). On July 2, 2014, the James Doyle Sell collection, which include more than 800 Arizona mine file records, was added to the Arizona Geological Survey Mine Site.

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Active Mines in Arizona

 · The new Directory of Active Mines in Arizona: FY 2019, a joint product of the Arizona Mine Inspector''s Office and the Arizona Geological Survey, characterizes those active mines. INTERACTIVE Arizona Mines Map can be viewed as a web map here. Arizona typically ranks 2nd to Nevada in non-fuel mineral production annually in the U.S. mining industry.

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Arizona''s Mining Attractions | Visit Arizona

Ajo, a trim mining company town near Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument in the southwest, has two small museums and one large open pit mine overlook. But mining is far from being history in "The Copper State." At Asarco''s Mission mine, just south of Tucson, visitors can learn about the industry and see modern copper strip-mining in action.

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Pima County, Arizona Mines – Western Mining History

All 1,638 mines in Pima County, Arizona. Brown Prospect. Claims. Good Enough Claims Nos. 1 and 2. Lilly,Saguaro, and Empire Mines. Royal Mountain Mine. Unit, Az, U Ofr Mla 11-94. Western Mining History is your source for over 116,000 mines in the western states.

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Mining in Arizona | AZGS

A burgeoning mining industry stimulated early growth in the Arizona Territory, and by 1864 nearly 25 percent of the male, non-native populace was prospectors. By the 1870''s a plethora of hardrock mines were yielding prodigious volumes of copper, lead, zinc, silver and gold ore. In 1912, the newly christened state of Arizona supported 445 ...

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Arizona Sparkles with Gems & Minerals | Visit Arizona

Mining Ghost Towns of Arizona. Settlers flocked to territorial Castle Dome City near Yuma to work 300 mining claims. Today, preserved and reproduced buildings house many artifacts that tell the story of boom and bust. There''s also a tour of the Hull Mine that features a spectacular wall of shimmering fluorescent minerals. Goldfield Ghost Town ...

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Arizona Geological Survey

Arizona Mining and Mineral Museum CS Carter & FM Conway Arizona Geological Survey Introduction On 6 Aug. 2016, Arizona Senate Bill (SB) 1530 transferred custodianship of the Polly Rosenbaum Building, Phoenix, Arizona, and the mineral and mining artifacts collection of the former Arizona Mining

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Visiting Jerome, Arizona | Rock & Gem Magazine

 · Exhibits feature artifacts, photographs, and a 3-D model of the underground mines, as well as a great mineral exhibit. A continuously-running short video presentation offers insight into copper mining and the lifestyle of the area''s residents.

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