2 edition of Lode mines of the central part of the Granite mining district, Grant County, Oregon found in the catalog.
Lode mines of the central part of the Granite mining district, Grant County, Oregon
George S Koch
Bibliography: p. 48-49.
|Statement||by George S. Koch.|
|Series||Oregon -- no. 49|
|LC Classifications||QE155 A3 no 149, TN24O7 K6, TN24O7 K6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||49 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
Grant County is a county located in the U.S. state of of the census, the population was 7, The county seat is Canyon City. It is named for President Ulysses S. Grant, who served as an army officer in the Oregon Territory, and at the time of the county's creation was a Union general in the American Civil War.. Grant County is included in the 8 county definition of Eastern OregonSeat: Canyon City. This webpage provides information and resources to anyone intending to conduct metal mining operations in Oregon’s streams or rivers. DEQ's fact sheet, Water Quality Permits for Metal Mining Activities, describes all water quality permits required for metal mining, prospecting and ore processing operations on public or private land that discharge wastewater to the land and state waters.
ic / a reconnaissance of lode mines and prospects in the bohemia mining district, lane and douglas counties, oregon, $ 35 ri / exploration and utilization studies, john day chromites, oregon, $ 48 ri / manganese deposits of southwestern oregon, $ 28 . The Quartzburg District is seven miles north of Prairie City ineast-central Grant County, Oregon. The District is in a pre-Tertiarywindow of volcanic, plutonic, and sedimentary rocks ranging fromPermo-Triassic to Eocene-Oligocene in : Floyd Raymond Johnson.
The Beaver and Granite Mining Districts book was microfilmed in January as part of Utah State Archives Millennial Project and processed by Rosemary Cundiff in March Finding Aids Indexes: Granite Mining District records begin with an index which provides access by claim name, but also includes the names of locators, dates of discovery. The first lode deposits in the state were developed in , when southern Oregon’s Gold Hill Mine began operations. Investors began financing lode mines in northeastern Oregon in the s. By the turn of the century more than half the gold produced in Baker County came from lode mines.
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Grant County, Oregon Mines. About the MRDS Mines Database: It should be assumed that all mines are on private property. County mine maps available to premium members. Western Mining History is your source for overmines in the western states. Join Our List. Lode mines of the central part of the Granite mining district, Grant County, Oregon.
Name(s): Koch, George S. Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries: Type of Resource: text: Genre: text-txt: Issuance: monographic. Oregon mining historian Kerby Jackson introduces us to a classic work on Oregon's mining history in this important re-issue of Bulle otherwise known as “The Lode Mines of the Central Part of the Granite Mining District, Grant County, Oregon”.Author: Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries.
Add tags for "Lode mines of the central part of the Granite mining district, Grant County, Oregon.". Be the first. Mining In Grant County, Oregon Overview K Total USGS records of mines in Grant County, Oregon.
Gold, Silver, Copper Quartzburg Mining District Oregon 0 4, 66 32 9 0 25 Granite Area Oregon 33 2, 57 24 2 0 31 Greenhorn Mining District Oregon 79 74 5 1, 64 15 15 0 34 Canyon City Mining.
Grant County, OR Gold mines, mine companies, mine owners and mine information. US-Mining provides information on mines, operators, and minerals mined in Grant County, OR. Oregon mining historian Kerby Jackson introduces us to a classic work on Oregon's mining history in this important re-issue of Bulle otherwise known as “The Lode Mines of the Central Part of the Granite Mining District, Grant County, Oregon”.
Unavailable since the 's, this important publication was originally compiled by the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries. Lode mines of the central part of the Granite mining district, Grant County, Oregon by George S.
Koch, edition, in EnglishPages: Oregon mining historian Kerby Jackson introduces us to a classic work on Oregon's mining history in this important re-issue of Bulle otherwise known as "The Lode Mines of the Central Part of the Granite Mining District, Grant County, Brand: CreateSpace Publishing.
Granite, Oregon Overview. Granite, Oregon inclu nearby mines. Granite is a city in Grant County in the U.S. state of Oregon.
The city had a population of 38 in up from 24 in In it was the fourth-smallest incorporated city by population in Oregon. The smaller cities were Shaniko (36 people) Lonerock (21) and nearby. There were some rich discoveries along Canyon Creek, Granite, Greenhorn, North Fork, Quartzburg and Susanville.
There was a million ounces of gold or more recovered from Grant County. Bates. Northwest of Bates by 18 miles, down the middle fork of the John Day River, is the Susanville District. This district produced o ounces of Oregon. The Granite district is between lat 44° 45' and 44°54' N.
and long °18' and °33' W., in eastern Grant County. As early as placer gold was mined from the gravels of Granite Creek, Clear Creek, and Bull Run; in lode mining became commercially important when the Monumental and La Belleview mines, the most productive lode mines.
We have this acre lode claim in Jackson County, Oregon for sale. $5, The claim is known as Great I Am and was also called the Josie Jack back in the 's. It should be noted that today the Granite District is actually in Grant Co., Oregon. Record of Quartz (Lode) Locations Book 28 index only (10 MB) Complete Book 28 ( MB) Index, Lode, Conveyances, Miscellaneous.
Contains numerous mining districts and many claims also mentioned as "located in no organized mining district." Originally published inthis important publication on Oregon Mining has not been available for over sixty five years.
In this publication are rare insights into the mines of the famous Greenhorn Mining District of Grant County, Oregon, especially the famous Morning Mine.2/5(1). Mining Records - Grant County The digital records available here are scans of the literature originally found in DOGAMI published and unpublished hardcopy holdings.
Scans have been combined into single PDFs that may include maps, letters, news clippings, photographs, and reports. Grant County, Oregon Mines: A listing of all the Mines in Grant County, OR with maps, driving directions, and a local area search function.
Grant County, OR mines, mine companies, mine owners and mine information. US-Mining provides information on mines, operators, and minerals mined in Grant County, OR.
ATE OF OREGON DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY PJID MINERAL INDUSTRIES, 3. Oak Street Portland, Oregon LIST OF MINES IN OREGON The attached is a list of the mines and. mining proper-ties in the State of Oregon. Those properties which are known to be active are so indicated. The type of the proper-ty - whether gold, placer, quicksilver, chromite File Size: 2MB.
department of the interior united states geological survey george otis smith, director bulletin mineral resources of south- western oregon by j. diller. Mineral Resources of the Grants Pass Quadrangle and Bordering Districts, Oregon.
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