Notes on some mining districts in eastern Nevada

by Hill, James M.

Publisher: Govt. Print. Off. in Washington

Written in English
Published: Pages: 214 Downloads: 199
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Subjects:

  • Geology, Economic -- Nevada.,
  • Geology -- Nevada.,
  • Mines and mineral resources -- Nevada.,
  • Ore deposits -- Nevada.,
  • Rocks, Sedimentary -- Nevada.,
  • Rocks, Igneous -- Nevada.,
  • Sedimentation and deposition -- Nevada.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementby James M. Hill.
SeriesGeological Survey bulletin -- 648
The Physical Object
Pagination214 p., [6] leaves of plates (some folded) :
Number of Pages214
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23015727M

Mining in Cornwall and Devon, in the southwest of England, began in the early Bronze Age, around BC, and ended (at least temporarily) with the closure of South Crofty tin mine in Cornwall in Tin, and later copper, were the most commonly extracted tin mining continued long after the mining of other metals had become unprofitable. Nevada Advisory Mining Board: 1 cu. ft. Field notes of a survey of a part of the eastern boundary of Washoe County made February by Andrew J. Hatch, Washoe County Surveyor. The records of the Surveyor General of Nevada document some of the state's involvement with forestry and fire control before and after the end Author: Heather Hahn. Samuel Langhorne Clemens (), better known as "Mark Twain," left Missouri in to work with his brother, the newly appointed Secretary of the Nevada Territory. Once settled in Nevada, Clemens fell victim to gold fever and went to the Humboldt mines. When prospecting lost its attractions, Clemens found work as a reporter in Virginia City. In , Clemens moved to California and. Manuscript maps and diagrams of mining districts, chiefly Leadville, CO, ca. (80 items). Administrative maps showing field project locations, status of geological mapping in the United States and Alaska, and coverage of published geologic maps and publications, ( items).

The entire Death Valley region was prospected, and as early as (Mining and Scientific Press, Dec. 21, ) mining districts were established at Coso, the Argus Range, Panamint Range, and the Washington mining district which embraced the entire territory east of Death Valley to the stateline and south to Salt Spring. However, in the Death. After seeing silver ore emerge from one of the mills of the Comstock Lode, Samuel Clemens (tired of working under his brother) began to spend much of his time in the mining districts of Humboldt and Esmeralda. Some of the towns he had an extended include Aurora and Unionville, Nevada (which had originally been named Dixie but had its name changed in after a close vote).   Nevada mining laws: the text of the local laws and regulations enacted by four local mining districts in Nevada, , The Black Cat Press in English. (These claims have since been re-staked.) Mining claims have been filed on the far western side of the WSA in and and assessment work was filed Septem As of Ma , there were no other mining claims within the WSA. Two mining districts lie outside and near the WSA boundary on the northwest and south.

  This is another tour of a small mining area on the way to Chalk Mountain, Dixie Valley Nevada. This would be located in the eastern most portion of the Sand Springs Mining District. It is both a lode- and placer-mining district and once was an important center of gold mining in California. History. Gold was first mined in this district in Deer Creek, which, in , was called Deer Creek Diggings. The name Nevada was adopted in May at a public meeting. The placers were rich, and the town grew fast. Yellow Pine Mining Company Railroad grade, Nevada () Some of these smaller scale model kits are quite well detailed, and a wide variety of photo-etched, resin, and other accessories are widely available for most of these military truck model kits. What's even more exciting is the line of 1/24th & 1/25th-scale military model kits. Nevada Mining Association. K likes. The Nevada Mining Association conducts education and lobbying on behalf of mining companies and related ers: K.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hill, James M. (James Madison), Notes on some mining districts in eastern Nevada. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Notes on Some Mining Districts in Eastern Nevada by James Madison Hill (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hill, James M. (James Madison), Notes on some mining districts in eastern Nevada. Washington: Govt. Print. Part or all of this report is presented in Portable Document Format (PDF).

For best results viewing and printing PDF documents, it is recommended that you download the documents to your computer and open them with Adobe Reader. The current mining district naming convention used in this index is based on Report See Map of Mining Districts in Nevada, datedfor a more historical reference on Nevada mining district locations.

Over the last several years NBMG has undertaken the digital conversion of these paper documents into scanned images. This book is in part a reproduction of the US Geological Survey Bulletin entitled "Notes on Some Mining Districts in Eastern Nevada." Reprinted in conjunction with Nevada Publications by Sylvanite Publishing.

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Author: J. Hill. Mining District Database File Search. This page may be used to search the Mining District Database files by district, county, title, author, date, property, mine, or claim (PMC) name, and/or commodity.

You can search all fields (including notes) simultaneously by entering a search string in the "All Fields" box. NOTES ON SOME MINING DISTRICTS IN HDMBOLDT COUNTY, NEVADA. By FKEDEKICK LESLIE RANSOME. INTRODUCTION.

In the apportionment of my field season ina period of six weeks was allotted to. a reconnaissance examination of that part of liumboldt County, Nev., lying between the fortieth and forty-firstAuthor: Frederick Leslie Ransome.

mining was active in separate districts within the state. In the first listing of western mining districts compiled by the U.S. Geological Survey (Hill, ), Nevada was credited with districts, and Lincoln, in his comprehensive study of Nevada mining districts indescribed about Size: KB.

Nevada,10 of Ransome in Humboldb County,11 and of Hill in north­ western 12 and eastern 13 Nevada; (4) general reconnaissance, exem­ plified by the work of Spurr 14 and Ball In addition to the reports mentioned a number of brief accounts of mining districts, prepared incidentally in connection with otherCited by: The Ida May Mine is a copper, zinc, silver, and lead mine located in Lincoln county, Nevada at an elevation of 6, feet.

Premium members have access to Google dynamic maps. Please consider becoming a member. B / Hill, J. / NOTES ON SOME MINING DISTRICTS IN EASTERN NEVADA,pages, 6 plates, 18 figs., afb, $ 75 B H / Knopf, A. / THE ANTIMONIAL SILVER-LEAD VEINS OF THE ARABIA DISTRICT, NEVADA,pb, 6 pages, $ 7.

Title: Mining districts of Nevada (second edition) Author: Joseph V. Tingley Year: Series: Report 47 Version: second edition Format: pages, one 27 x 34 inches, color plate Scale:This report describes the mining districts recognized in Nevada including their history, location, commodities produced or present, and alternate names.

Title: Mining districts of Nevada (second edition) Author: Joseph V. Tingley Year: Series: Report 47z Version: Format: 37 MB: pages, one 27 x 34 inches, color plate Scale:The following files are included in the GIS zip folder: ACROBAT, minedist, and report This is an updated and revisedscale map of mining districts in Nevada.

The polygons that depict the. Deposit ID: MRDS ID: M Record type: Site: Current site name: Ida May Mine: Alternate or previous names: E and F Mine, Bay State Mining and Leasing.

Your browser is currently not supported. Please note that creating presentations is not supported in Internet Explorer versions 6, 7. We recommend upgrading to the. Nevada mining laws the text of the local laws and regulations enacted by four local mining districts in Nevada, by McMurtrie, Douglas C.

Published by The Black Cat Press in Pages: Mining Districts and Mineral Resources of Nevada [Francis Church Lincoln] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.4/5(1). Nevada a Mining State. Nevada is pre-eminently a mining State.

Her fame and her early prosperity as well as her present prominence, have been due almost wholly to her mineral treasures, although in the years following the first mining rush, stock-raising and farming were developed to some extent and in recent years the latter has received additional impulse from the inauguration of important.

Scattered over its sparsely settled and generally arid expanse the State of Nevada contains approximately centers of past or present mining activity. Some of these mining districts, such as the Comstock,1 Eureka,2 Tonopah,3 and Goldfield,4 have added millions to the world's wealth in precious metals and have been given thorough geologic study.

All sites shown on this map have had some form of production activity during and The second edition includes the names of the mining districts which were only shown as a symbol marking the center of the district on the first edition map. This map was prepared in cooperation with the Nevada Division of Minerals.

The old mining districts of Nevada were exceedingly satisfactory to the possessors of claims, and those who wanted to be owners up to a short time since -- now there is a perfect stampede to Reese.

Sediment hosted gold deposits in Nevada were first mined in the s from open pit mines with large tonnage and low grade resources. Since that time, continuing exploration and discovery have identified extraordinary resources, and together these deposits now form the second-largest gold endowment on Earth, surpassed only by the Witwatersrand Gold Fields of South Africa.

some drilling within the past 5 years, and recent staking in vicinity of the mine (). comment type: deposit: comment: the mine is on a series of quartz veins and irregular masses. quartz veins are less than 1 inch to 6 inches wide and occur mainly in slate irregular masses of quartz are up to 5 feet wide.

Ralph Roberts is best known as the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) geologist who performed extensive regional geologic mapping in northern Nevada and published research on the geologic framework of northern Nevada that led to the discovery of the Carlin trend gold-producing province.

InRoberts published "Alinement of Mining Districts in North-Central Nevada" in. Nea people are directly employed by the Nevada mining industry. This number may not seem significant in urban Las Vegas or Reno, but these jobs exist predominantly in rural Nevada and are vital to the well-being of those communities.

Plus, those employed in mining are paid some of the highest salaries in the state, averaging $93, Eldorado Mining District (Colorado Mining District), Eldorado Mountains, Clark Co., Nevada, USA: A former Zn-Ag-Au mining district located in the Eldorado Mountains, near Nelson, along highwayS of Las Vegas.

Discovered in First produced in Mineralization is generally fissure. Ball, Sydney H. "Notes on ore deposits of southwestern Nevada and eastern California." Contributions to Economic Geology, (Bulletin No.

) Washington: Government Printing Office, _____. "A geologic reconnaissance in Southwestern Nevada and eastern California." (Bulletin No. ) Washington: Government Printing Office, Nevada (/ n ɪ ˈ v æ d ə / or / n ɪ ˈ v ɑː d ə /, Spanish:) is a state in the Western United States.

It is bordered by Oregon to the northwest, Idaho to the northeast, California to the west, Arizona to the southeast, and Utah to the east. Nevada is the 7th most extensive, the 32nd most populous, but the 9th least densely populated of the U.S.

states. Nearly three-quarters of Nevada's Largest city: Las Vegas. Comstock Lode-Gold Hill Mining District Nevada 8 4, 54 11 1 3 39 Ravenswood Mining District Nevada 0 3, 0 0 0 0 0 Comstock Lode-Virginia City Mining District Nevada 90 89 1 2, 48 12 1 1 34 Comstock Lode-Silver City Mining District Nevada 67 35 32 21 2 0 1 18 Comstock Lode-Flowery Mining District Nevada.

The book is available at the Northeastern Nevada Museum. The history of mining in this region began before the northeastern part of the state became Elko County in Author: Suzanne Featherston.(Record Group 49) (bulk ) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY GENERAL RECORDS OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE AND THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT Correspondence Records relating to lands administration Other records RECORDS OF OPERATING.

Reports on the geology, mineral resources, and mining history of each Nevada county are published in the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology Bulletin series. Each county report includes a county geologic map at a scale ofand an accompanying map showing all of the mining districts in the county.