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History of mining in Arizona

History of mining in Arizona

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Published by Mining Club of the Southwest Foundation in Tucson, Ariz .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Arizona
    • Subjects:
    • Mines and mineral resources -- Arizona -- History -- Congresses.,
    • Arizona -- History -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementeditors, J. Michael Canty, Michael N. Greeley.
      ContributionsCanty, J. Michael., Greeley, Michael N., Mining Club of the Southwest Foundation., American Institute of Mining Engineers. Tucson Section., Symposium on the History of Mining in Arizona (1988 : Phoenix, Ariz.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN24.A6 H57 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1-2> :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2412267M
      LC Control Number87063028

      There are 7 towers still standing in various degrees of degradation. If so, please contact: Al Ring ringal comcast. The hopes of but few out of many would be realized; disappointment and ruin ensued; and not only were poverty, sickness, and death often the result, but whole towns of the mushroom type have been almost as suddenly wiped out of existence. In the jewelry industry, the common unit of measure is the pennyweight dwt. The Schuyler Mine, near Belleville, New Jerseywas discovered in and is historic as the scene of the building of the first steam-engine in America in Phelps Dodge Corporation, through a subsidiary the Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Company, became the dominant force and eventually the sole operator of the mining district.

      Inexperienced ranchers brought poor management, resulting in overstocking, and introduced destructive diseases. Life in the mining camps Jerome's old buildings cling to the side of Cleopatra Hill. The capital was later moved to Tucson, back to Prescott, and then to its final location in Phoenix in a series of controversial moves as different regions of the territory gained and lost political influence with the growth and development of the territory. William Clark and his United Verde Copper Company operated one of the most modern operations known at the time, while maintaining some of the strictest safety requirements for his workers. More: 8 historic women of Arizona's Wild West Colorful characters The pursuit of riches through precious metals brought some colorful characters to Arizona.

      Gold dredge: A scuba diver vacuums sediment to be processed by a portable gold dredge. The electrical age changed the World from a predominantly rural society to the industrial age, bringing with it the highest standard of living the world has ever known. Inthe Jerome Town Council even used their power to ban women from saloons. Clarkdale was established in with the construction of a giant smelter to process the ore coming out of Jerome.


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It is well worth the ride up the old Bradshaw Mountain Railroad track bed to visit Crown King, a hot spot of mining and mining tramways. Formation of Primary Gold Deposits - Lode Gold Gold is relatively scarce in the earth, but it occurs in many different kinds of rocks and in many different geological History of mining in Arizona book.

However the drought of killed off over half the cattle and produced severe overgrazing. There to me is a curiosity, to see these towns that either disappeared or survived. Progressives in Arizona favored inclusion in the state constitution of the initiative, referendum, recall, direct election of senators, woman suffrage, and other reforms.

There has been a protective tariff, History of mining in Arizona book, on foreign metals at times, the heaviest having been since ; and this has greatly promoted the development of our iron, copper, coal, and other minerals.

He was a professor of history at Arizona State University and served as a past president of the Mining History Association. The Taylor Grazing Act placed federal and state agencies in control of livestock numbers on public lands.

Efforts to restore the rangeland between and had limited success, but ranching continued on a smaller scale. Smelting works and forges were erected to reduce the ores, some of which, were exported. No article having a gold alloy portion of less than one-twentieth by weight may be marked "gold-filled," but articles may be marked "rolled gold plate" provided the proportional fraction and fineness designations are also shown.

Corralthe most famous gunfight of the Old West. But, by the latter half of the 19th century, a reaction set in these regards and the extravagances steadily began to decline. A little more social history of the people in the mines and communities would have been welcome, as would a less-ready acceptance of the wild and woolly tales.

If so, please contact: Al Ring ringal comcast. Each chapter deals with a district or mine, or a special topic, such as promoters or lost mines. Building on its base in Bisbee, Phelps Dodge had long been one of the largest copper producers in the United States.

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The column highlighted the colorful history of the Oro Blanco Mining District, with emphasis on the mining ghost town, Ruby. Concentrations of gold in gravel are called "pay streaks.

In the early colonial days the settlers used wood for fuel, and charcoal for the forge and smelting-works. While other mining giants, such as Phelps Dodge, were still using mules to transport ore in their tunnels, Jerome was using electric locomotives and byClark had electrified the entire town.

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