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Records of the Bureau of Land Management [BLM] | National ...

49.2 GENERAL RECORDS OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE AND THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT 1796-1981. History: The Federal Government inherited a substantial public domain from its predecessor, the government under the Articles of Confederation. By Article IV, Section 3, Clause 2 of the Constitution, Congress was empowered "to dispose of and make all ...

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Charles H Soden, Serial Land Patent in Aitkin County ...

Related Homesteading, Mining, Ranching, Logging Images. ... Jacob J Ash, Serial Land Patent in Aitkin County, Minnesota, 1911 Courtesy of Bureau of Land Management, Eastern States Office Aitkin County, Minnesota; Harvey H Ward, Serial Land Patent in Aitkin County, ...

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Underground Mine Mapping -- Mining Methods - Minnesota DNR

Underground mining of natural iron ore deposits occurred on the Mesabi Range in northeastern Minnesota from 1892 to 1961. The Mesabi Range is the ledge rock exposure of the Biwabik Iron Formation, a geological feature that stretches in length for just over 100 miles, from west of Grand Rapids in Itasca County to east of Babbitt near the St. Louis / Lake County line.

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Records of the U.S. Bureau of Mines | National Archives

Redesignated U.S. Bureau of Mines, 1992. SEE 70.1. Responsibility for developing and implementing programs to protect the health and safety of workers in mineral industries transferred to Mining Enforcement and Safety Administration by Secretary's Order 2953, May 7, 1973.

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How immigrants shaped the Iron Range | MinnPost

Minnesota has three iron mining ranges, which are collectively known as the Iron Range. ... The Cuyuna first shipped ore in 1911 and is the southernmost range. ... MinnPost's annual State Fair ...

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Minnesota Mine - westernmininghistory

The Minnesota Mine is a gold mine located in Whatcom county, Washington at an elevation of 2,402 feet ... Comment: GOLD ORE WAS MILLED IN 1911-1913 AT A RATE OF 20 TONS/DAY. AMOUNT OF PRODUCTION UNKNOWN: Comment Type: Development: Comment: IN 1908 A 4-STAMP MILL WAS ERECTED. NO SHIPMENTS MADE AS OF 1918. ... Search Western Mining History.

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Mohave County miner. [volume], March 18, 1911, Image 5

The Library of Congress > Chronicling America > Mohave County miner. > March 18, 1911 > Image 5. Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present.

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New York Times Newspaper Archives, Dec 5, 1911, p. 22

Read New York Times Newspaper Archives, Dec 5, 1911, p. 22 with family history and genealogy records from New York, New York 1857-1919.

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The Merritt Family and the Mesabi Iron Range | MNopedia

The discovery of iron ore on the Mesabi Range can hardly be credited to one person. In 1890, however, it was the family of Lewis Merritt that discovered merchantable ore and opened the Mesabi to industry. Within three years, they owned several mines and had built a railroad leading to immense ore docks in Duluth. On the cusp of controlling a mining empire in northern Minnesota, they lost ...

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Minnesota Mine - westernmininghistory

The Minnesota Mine is a gold mine located in Whatcom county, Washington at an elevation of 2,402 feet ... Comment: GOLD ORE WAS MILLED IN 1911-1913 AT A RATE OF 20 TONS/DAY. AMOUNT OF PRODUCTION UNKNOWN: Comment Type: Development: Comment: IN 1908 A 4-STAMP MILL WAS ERECTED. NO SHIPMENTS MADE AS OF 1918. ... Search Western Mining History.

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Mine Accident and Fatality Resources by State

Alphabetical digest of Alaska mining fatalities from 1911-1968. Alaska Mine Accident Index Years covered: 1911-13, 1915-16, 1918-20, 1922-23, 1927-36, 1955-57, 1959 ... Minnesota Mining Fatalities Alphabetical digest of mining fatalities for various years for the states of California, Arkansas, Minnesota, South Carolina, and Wisconsin. ...

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Copper mining in the United States - Wikipedia

Copper mining in the United States has been a major industry since the rise of the northern Michigan copper district in the 1840s. In 2017 the United States produced 1.27 million metric tonnes of copper, worth $8 billion, making it the world's fourth largest copper producer, after Chile, China, and Peru.Copper was produced from 23 mines in the US. Top copper producing states in 2014 were (in ...

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Norman R. Nunn (1911-1956) - Find A Grave Memorial

From the Toledo Blade: Norman r. Nunn, 44, former Toledoan, died yesterday in his home at 32940 Briarcrest Dr., Farmington, Mich., of a heart attack. Born and reared here, Mr. Nunn was graduated from Libbey High School. An employee of the Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co., Mr. Nunn lived in Farmington 10 years. He...

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Records of the Bureau of Land Management [BLM] | National ...

49.2 GENERAL RECORDS OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE AND THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT 1796-1981. History: The Federal Government inherited a substantial public domain from its predecessor, the government under the Articles of Confederation. By Article IV, Section 3, Clause 2 of the Constitution, Congress was empowered "to dispose of and make all ...

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Collectible Mining Stocks - glabarre

Santa Ana Mining Company - SOLD #MS1191. Price Varies. Products; Showing All 1317 Items. ... 1911. $45.00 Glenallen Mining Company Inv# MS2348. New Item. State(s): Utah. Years: 1910 or so. ... Minnesota Mining and Manufacuring Company - SOLD Inv# SE1042. State(s): Delaware. Seneca Mining Company of Michigan

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Economy of Minnesota - Wikipedia

Minnesota was famous for its soft-ore iron mines which produced a significant portion of the world's iron ore for over a century. Although the pure ore is now depleted, taconite mining remains strong using processes developed locally to save the industry. In 2004 the state produced 75 percent of the usable iron ore in the country.

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MINNESOTA MINING TAX GUIDE - Minnesota Legislature

Production in the Cuyuna Range did not begin until 1911. By 1900, Minnesota's mining industry had an annual production of 9,465,000 tons. Many of the early iron ore mining operations were under­ ground. However, it was not long before most of the larger operations switched to open pit mining using steam shovels and rail hauls from the

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Minnesota-MInes - Mining Artifacts

The smallest of Minnesota's three northern iron ranges, the Cuyuna was also the last to be opened. By the time ore was shipped from the first Cuyuna mine to Duluth in 1911, Minnesota had already become the leading iron ore producer in the country. In many ways, this range differs from Minnesota.

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Cuyuna Range - Mining Artifacts

The Cuyuna Range is an iron range to the southwest of the Mesabi Range, largely within Crow Wing County, Minnesota. It lies along a line between Brainerd and Aitkin, although those communities are not mining towns. The range was discovered by Cuyler Adams, a surveyor who discovered traces of magnetic ore in 1895 while doing land surveys.

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