Investigation of the Combination Silver-Tungsten Mine, Granite County, Mont.

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Report issued by the Bureau of Mines over base-metal testing conducted in Granite County, Montana. Descriptions of the deposits, geology, and the factual data obtained during testing are presented. This report includes tables, maps, and : John W.

Cole. Silver Mines of Granite County Montana The principles of economic geology By William Harvey Emmons (page ) Sericitic Silver-gold Veins.—The sericitic silver-gold veins of Granite County, Montana,1 include several parallel lodes that are traceable for a mile or more along the strike.

This book is my endeavor to provide current and future generations with the history of Granite County and a select group of the inhabitants. Because I was born and raised in Granite County Montana, I have had the privilege to either know many of them, their descendants personally.

Investigation of Henderson Gulch Tungsten Deposit, Granite County, MT. U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Mines, Report of Investigations Lyden, Charles J.

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The Gold Placers of Montana. Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology Memoir Montana School of Mines, Butte. McKnight, Edwin Thor. Mesothermal Silver-Lead-Zinc Deposits. Granite County, in west-central Montana, through produced a total ofounces of gold -ounces from silver lodes andounces from placers. The most prosperous period was when Granite County Granite Mountain, Hope, and a few other silver mines were at their peaks.

This Geological Survey book covers location and accessibility, History and production along with general geology, ore deposits, mines and prospects. Includes suggestions for future exploration by panning as well as future exploration(s) of Yellow Pine Mine, Meadow Creek Mine, The Alluvial flat of Meadow Creek and the Fiddle Creek area.

The Black Pine Mine is a gold and silver mine located in Granite county, Montana at an elevation of 6, feet "BLACK PINE MINE, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA", ROBY, R.N., AND COLE, J.W.,INVESTIGATION OF THE COMBINATION SILVER-TUNGSTEN MINE: USBM REPORT OF INVESTIGATIONS Reference Category: Geology.

Reference: WALKER, D. narrow belt, and of mines and prospects southwest of Bishop. The region covered includes parts, of the Mt. Morrison, Mt.

God- dard, and Bishop quadrangles (pi. 14). About two months in the autumn of and summer of were spent in the study of the deposits described in this re­ port.

Mackenzie Gordon, Jr. and John Van N. Dorr 2d assisted inAuthor: D.M. Lemmon. "Investigation of Manganese Deposits in the Philipsburg Mining District Granite County, Montana" U. Bureau of Mines, Report of Investigations Lungren, Waldemar. "The Geological Features of the Gold Production of North America", American Institute of Mining Engineers Transcripts.

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Vol. 33, pp.Granite County, MT Tungsten mines, mine companies, mine owners and mine information. US-Mining provides information on mines, operators, and minerals mined in Granite County, MT.

Granite is a ghost town in Granite County, Montana, United States, three miles east of the town of Philipsburg. Granite thrived as a silver mining town in.

In the city of Granite was 11th in size among Montana cities. Such was Granite in where men were boasting that no one had found the bottom of a Montana silver mine. A few years later, due to adverse legislation, silver was not used to make money. From the old hustling, bustling camp, Granite soon was to become a town of "ghosts.".

A sequel to his book Michigan Gold Mining in the Upper Peninsula, Fountain's new work contains expanded and updated sections on gold, as well new chapters on Michigan s 19th century silver rushes, plus an epilogue on recent discoveries of precious and base metals and the ongoing efforts to develop these deposits into new 21st century mines 5/5(5).

Innew investors began conducting exploration work in the Granite Mine, but when a fire broke out, most of the surface structures were destroyed.

Granite, Montana about The last resident of Granite, Mae Werning, continued to live in the old town, long after all other residents had left. Mine chronology of significant events: - discovered; - few tons of ore put through the Hope Mill in Philipsburg; - combination mining and milling company purchased holdings of the Black Pine Mining Company; - combination mill built; - operated continuously until low Ag prices and mined out oxides closed the mine.

Tungsten mines and mining. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Mines and mineral resources; Tungsten industry; Filed under: Tungsten mines and mining Exploration, development, and costs of the Stormy Day Tungsten Mine, Pershing County, Nev.

/ ([Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, ), by A. Johnson (page images at HathiTrust). Granite County, MT Silver mines, mine companies, mine owners and mine information.

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THE DUNKLEBERG MINING DISTRICT, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA/ By J. PARDEE. LOCATION. The Dunkleberg district is in northeastern Granite County, Mont., about 50 miles northwest of Butte. (See fig. ) The mines and prospects are confined to an area 2 miles wide and 5 miles long, near the north end of the Flint Creek Eange.

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From Hall, a town on theAuthor: J.T. Pardee. The Granite Mountain-Speculator Fire (as the disaster has come to be known) occurred just as Butte — once known as the “Gibraltar of Unionism” — entered into one of the most acrimonious episodes of labor strife in a long history of animosity between the miners and the corporations that owned the mines.

Plant in Granite county in Montana, United States with commodities Silver, Gold, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Antimony AND COLE, J.W.,INVESTIGATION OF THE COMBINATION SILVER-TUNGSTEN MINE: USBM REPORT OF INVESTIGATIONS Deposit. DIRECTORY OF MINING ENTERPRISES FORMONTANA BUREAU OF MINES AND GEOLOGY BULLETIN, NO.

95, P. Filed under: Silver mines and mining -- Nevada -- Washoe County Sketches of the Washoe Silver Mines, With a Description of the Soil, Climate, and Mineral Resources, of the Country East of the Sierra (San Francisco: Hutchings and Rosenfield, ), by Henry DeGroot (HTML at ). Full text of "Water resources survey, Granite County, Montana" See other formats Part I: HISTORY OF LAND AND WATER USE ON IRRIGATED AREAS and Part II: MAPS SHOWING IRRIGATED AREAS IN COLORS DESIGNATING THE SOURCES OF SUPPLY 0n^uUtc ^otmtcf, '7H'0HtMontana, June, WATER RESOURCES SURVEY GRANITE COUNTY MONTANA.

Montana has a history of gold, silver, copper lead, zinc manganese and coal mining. Mining in Montana began inwhen the glint of gold in a prospector’s pan attracted hundreds to the banks of Silver Bow first centered around Bannack and Virginia City and the miners quickly spread out around the territory seeking new gold fields.

Report issued by the U.S. Bureau of Mines on the manganese deposits near Granite County, Montana. It reviews the mining history and geology of the Philipsburg district. The report includes maps and : S. H. Lorain.The "Mettle of Granite County" is a comprehensive three volume history of Granite County by Loraine Domine, one of the authors of this blog.

Here are the indexes of each volume, with Volume 1 in black type, Volume 2 in blue, and Volume 3 in red.North Butte Mining Company Granite Mountain Copper Mine Fire a.k.a. Speculator Mine Butte, Silver Bow County, Montana June 8, No.

Killed - and the number assigned by author Michael Punke in his book, Fire and Brimstone, is And to further confuse the issue, the total number of names listed below is