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Principal gold-producing districts of the United States. by A.H. Koschmann and M.H. Bergendahl
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The 25 leading districts have produced about half the gold mined in the United States, and the districts that are described account for roughly 90 to 95 percent. In general, gold is derived from three types of ore: (1) ore in which gold is the principal metal of value, (2) base- metal are which yields gold as a byproduet, and (3) placers/5(3). For the professional papers for a single state of the United States - click here USGS Professional Papers 3 - Geologic and Mining Related, Numbers - A. H. and Bergendahl, M. H. / PRINCIPAL GOLD-PRODUCING DISTRICTS OF THE UNITED STATES, , pages PP / Bergendahl, M. H. and Koschmann, A. H. / ORE DEPOSITS OF THE KOKOMO.
Schnabel, Lorraine, and Welty, J.W., a, Bibliography for metallic mineral districts in Cochise, Graham, and Greenlee Counties, Arizona: Arizona Bureau of Geology and Mineral Technology Circu 38 p. ___ b, Bibliography for metallic mineral districts in La Paz, Mohave, and Yuma Counties, Arizona:File Size: 15MB. This book recounts that struggle., (Order No: ), $ 2. Glasscock, C. B., THE BIG BONANZA: THE STORY OF THE COMSTOCK LODE, The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Indianapolis, IN, (), pp, good, orange cloth (hardcover) (no dustjacket) light wear spine, A history of the discovery and mining of the great Lode written with emphasis on the. Part of the Proceedings of the International Conferences on Basement Tectonics book series (ICBT, volume 2) Koschmann, A. H., and M. H. Bergendahl, , Principal Gold-Producing Districts of the United States: U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper , Author: Lee A. Woodward.
Principal Gold-Producing Districts of the US, by A. H. Koschmann & M. H Bergendahl, USGS Prof Paper , Gov. Printing Office,Washington, Prospecting for Gold in the US, by H. Kirkemo, USGS, Gov. Printing Office, Washington, This item can be sent to United States, but the seller has not specified postage options. Colorado mining history is a chronology of precious metal mining (e.g., mining for gold and silver), fuel extraction (e.g., mining for uranium and coal), building material quarrying (iron, gypsum, marble), and rare earth mining (titanium, tellurium).. The Uravan Mineral Belt (UMB) is on the west side of the state, and the Colorado Mineral Belt (COMB) is a large area of the state had gold. The lode gold deposits along this stretch are responsible for most of the gold production in the county, which has been reported to be million ounces (Koschmann and Bergendahl, ). Clark () placed the value of this production at $ million.
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