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Jasperoids of the Lake Valley mining district, New Mexico

Young, Edward J.

Jasperoids of the Lake Valley mining district, New Mexico

by Young, Edward J.

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jasperoid -- New Mexico -- Sierra County.,
  • Geology, Economic -- New Mexico -- Sierra County.,
  • Mines and mineral resources -- New Mexico -- Sierra County.,
  • Ore deposits -- New Mexico -- Sierra County.,
  • Dolomite -- New Mexico -- Sierra County.

  • About the Edition

    Application of criteria for recognition of ore-associated jasperoids has revealed a new potentially mineralized area in a famous silver mining district.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby E. J. Young and T. G. Lovering.
    SeriesContributions to economic geology, Geological Survey bulletin -- 1222-D
    ContributionsLovering, T. G. 1921-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 27 p. :
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22976475M

    The Champion Copper Mine is near Pilar, New Mexico. Historically the site has been associated with the Picuris Mining District which is now part of the Carson National Forest. The site was first discovered in The Champion Copper Mine was closed at the time of data entry with no known plans to re-open. Online Mineral Museum Photographic Archive No. Descloizite from (Sierra Grande Mine), Lake Valley District, Sierra County, New Mexico.

    USGS Bulletin D: Jasperoids of the Lake Valley mining district, New Mexico. By E. J. Young and T. G. Lovering. (Contributions to economic geology). Application of criteria for recognition of ore-associated jasperoids has revealed a new potentially mineralized area in a famous silver mining district. 27p., 6 figures, 5 tables. $1. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS My sincere& appreciation is expressed to my thesis advisor, Dr. Charles E. Chapin, for his guidance, under- standing, supervision, encouragement and stimulating d.

    The Hansonburg Mining District, Socorro County, New Mexico is the largest of the hydrothermal Rio Grand Rift fluorite-barite-galena deposits that are found within and along the southern half of.   Coal mining literally was king of Huerfano County during This book is pages, with numerous historic photos and maps. Read Nancy Christofferson’s Coal Was King – Huerfano County’s Mining History. $20 + $8 shipping and handling, $28 total.


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Jasperoids of the Lake Valley mining district, New Mexico by Young, Edward J. Download PDF EPUB FB2

JASPEROIDS, LAKE VALLEY DISTRICT, NEW MEXICO D3 by both Young and Levering; and the resume of the history and ge­ ology of the district and the statistical studies of the sample data were done by Lovering.

HISTORY AND PRODUCTION Ore in the Lake Valley mining district was discovered in Author: E. Young, T. Lovering. The jasperoids outside the mining district are barren; in other words, they do not contain mineral deposits.

The relationship of the barren jasperoids in the Ordovician and Silurian carbonates to mineralized silica-rich layers in the Lake Valley Limestone within the mining district is not clear, but one thing is certain: the Eocene Rubio Peak.

Get this from a library. Jasperoids of the Lake Valley mining district, New Mexico: application of criteria for recognition of ore-associated jasperoids has revealed a new potentially mineralized area in a famous silver mining district. [Edward J Young; T G Lovering; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- "Application of criteria for recognition of ore-associated jasperoids has revealed a new.

Lake Valley New Mexico was named for ancient lakebeds nearby. Founded in with the discovery of silver in the area, the town moved twice before settling at its present site when the Bridal Chamber Mine was discovered in The subterranean mine produced million ounces of silver ore so pure it was shipped unsmelted to the U.S.

Mint. Jasperoids of the Lake Valley mining district, New Mexico Bulletin D By: Edward J. Young and T.G. Lovering. Get this from a library. Jasperoids of the Lake Valley mining district, New Mexico: application of criteria for recognition of ore-associated jasperoids has revealed a new potentially mineralized area in a famous silver mining district.

[Edward J Young; T G Lovering; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. A rancher found the Lake Valley silver deposits in Sierra County in Two years later he sold his claims to an engineer, who began mining.

The deposits are bedded manto-type deposits in Paleozoic mines produced well for a few years after miners tunneled into a silver-lined cavity they named the "bridal chamber" that alone yielded million troy ounces (78 tonnes) of silver.

Overview Of Early Mining History In New Mexico A presentation by Robert Eveleth Bob wanted to focus on the following famous mining districts: the Lake Valley region of the Organ Mountains near Las Cruces, the Santa Rita del Cobre at Chino, the Oro Grande area also known as the Jarilla District, the Burro Mountains, Cerrillos, Tyron, and File Size: 19KB.

All mines in Sierra County, New Mexico. 85 Mine 's. Alaska Group. Alaska Group Lake Valley Mines Co. Las Animas Placers. Latham Iron Mine Western Mining History is your source for overmines in the western states. Join Our List. Geologic investigations in the Lake Valley area, Sierra County,New Mexico Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet Manufacturer: United States Geological Survey. New Mexico. No silver is known to have been mined in New Mexico prior to the silver discovery in near Magdalena in Socorro County.

The major silver-mining area of Silver City in Grant County was discovered in A rancher found the Lake Valley silver deposits in Sierra County in The USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) publishes a set of the most commonly used topographic maps of the U.S.

called US Topo that are separated into rectangular quadrants that are printed at "x29" or larger. Lake Valley Mining District is covered by the Hillsboro, NM US Topo Map quadrantHillsboro Historic District: mi.

Geology and ore deposits of the Lordsburg Mining District, Hidalgo County, New Mexico [Samuel Lasky] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Lots and Lots of great fold-out maps and more in the back pocket. Mostly about mines. Lake Valley, a Relic of the Wild West The story of Lake Valley has all of the elements of the Wild West stories seen in the movies. In the s it was a wild frontier mining town with gamblers, mining stock promoters, cattle rustlers, Apache raids and vigilante justice.

Today it is a true ghost town with only a BLM caretaker to prevent vandalism. Reference: NMBMMR Bull 10 The Geology and Ore Deposits of Sierra County, New Mexico; U.S. Geological Survey () Mineral Resources Data System: U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia.

Wulfenite Dewey-White Swan prospects, Caballo Mountain District, Sierra Co. the macho mining district (dis, new mexico mines data-base, mclemore et al., a, b) is a small mining district south-west of the lake Valley mining district (dis), in the eastern foothills of the mimbres mountains (fig.

the macho district was discovered about and is estimated to have yielded 61 oz. In places like the valley town of Alma, once known to Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch, and through the dusty streets of San Antonio, where Conrad Hilton began his fabulous career by carrying luggage from the train station to his fathers hotel, the Shermans have explored the past and present of New Mexicos famous and infamous ghost towns and mining camps/5.

New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 60MINERALIZATION OF THE HANSONBURG DISTRICTth Field Conference, Geology of the Chupadera Mesa Region,p.

MINERALIZATION OF THE HANSONBURG MINING DISTRICT, BINGHAM, NEW MEXICO JOHN RAKOVAN1 2AND FREDERICK PARTEY 1Department of Geology Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.

The small community of Alma, New Mexico, site of the Alma Massacre ofis located about nine scenic miles north of the larger community of Glenwood on U.S.

Highway Upon reaching Alma (or the Frisco Valley, as it was called in ), not much has changed. mining district (Fig.

1) approximately 25 km east of Silver City, New Mexico, in a region containing a va- riety of porphyry copper, skarn, and vein deposits. Underground mining in the Groundhog fault zone began prior to with the recovery of shallow su- pergene vein ore (Raymond, ).

Early mining was. Northrop, S. A. / MINERALS OF NEW MEXICO, 3 rd edition revised, Albuquerque,cl, pages, plus 10 pages of mineral district maps, - 1 - $ 35 [Content is the actually more than above book; this book is formatted in double columns on each page].New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 62RARE EARTH BEARING-MINERALS OF THE PETACA DISTRICT nd Field Conference, Geology of the Tusas Mountains - Ojo Caliente,p.

RARE EARTH BEARING-MINERALS OF THE PETACA DISTRICT, RIO ARRIBA COUNTY, NEW MEXICO MICHAEL N. SPILDE1, STEVE DUBYK2, BRIAN SALEM3, AND WILLIAM P. MOATS4 .in Mora County, New Mexico State Total Claims Active Claims Closed Claims Active Acres Total Mines Prospects Occurrences Plants Producers Rociada Mining District New Mexico 25 0 25 0 1 0 0 0 1 Coyote Creek Mining District New Mexico 0 0 0 0 8 2 3 0 3.