• Arizona lode gold mines and gold mining AZGS Document

    Description: In 1929, thirty-nine mines or prospects in which gold was the element principally sought were listed by the State Mine Inspector of which four actually produced some gold. In his report for 1933, however, the official mentioned lists seventy-four such properties and over half of them produced more or less gold during the year.

  • Arizona lode gold mines and gold mining AZGS

    Wilson, E.D., Cunningham, J.B., and Butler, G.M., 1934, Arizona lode gold mines and gold mining: Arizona Bureau of Mines Bulletin no. 137, 261 p.

  • Arizona lode gold mines and gold mining

    In 1929, thirty-nine mines or prospects in which gold was the element principally sought were listed by the State Mine Inspector of which four actually produced some gold. In his report for 1933, however, the official mentioned lists seventy-four such properties and over half of them produced more or less gold during the year. These facts prove that the depression, which has thrown many men

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  • Gold Prospecting in Arizona AZGS

    May 17, 2017· Over the past century, Arizona geologists documented gold lode and placer mining deposits throughout the State. That information first appeared in print as early as 1910 with updates and revisions continuing through the late 1980s.

  • Placer gold deposits of Arizona AZGS Document Repository

    Most of the placer gold found in Arizona was derived from systems of small gold-quartz veinlets and stringers scattered throughout the bedrock of the adjacent mountain ranges. In only a few localities was the gold in large placer deposits derived from well-defined vein systems mined for the lode-gold content.

  • Arizona Lode Gold Mines and Gold Mining: Wilson, Eldred D

    Arizona Lode Gold Mines and Gold Mining was originally published in 1934 by the Arizona Bureau of Mines Bulletin 137 and covers information on most of the known gold mines in the state of Arizona at the time. A little history is given on the types of Gold Deposits that are formed in Arizona and some Arizona gold mining history.

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  • Search Arizona Geological Survey Mining Data

    Collection: A. F. Budge mining Ltd. Place Keywords: United States, Arizona, Maricopa County, Vulture Mountains 15 Min, T6N R6W Sec 36, Vulture Mts. physiographic

  • Search Arizona Geological Survey Mining Data

    Collection: Walter E. Heinrichs, Jr. Place Keywords: United States, Arizona, Pima County, Mildred Peak 7.5 Min, T19S R7E Sec 36, Baboquivari Mts. physiographic

  • Placer gold deposits of Arizona AZGS Document Repository

    Most of the placer gold found in Arizona was derived from systems of small gold-quartz veinlets and stringers scattered throughout the bedrock of the adjacent mountain ranges. In only a few localities was the gold in large placer deposits derived from well-defined vein systems mined for the lode-gold content.

  • IN ARIZONA GOLD PANNING ARIZONA GOLD PANNING

    HISTORY OF ARIZONA PLACER MINING In 1912 President Taft signed the statehood proclamation that made Arizona the 48th state using a pen made of gold from Arizona mines. This was an appropriate syrrlbol since this metal has played a major role in the history and develop­ ment of the State.

  • The Carrizo "Gold" Mine AZGS Document Repository

    AZGS Document Repository . document archiving, management and discovery once thought to be related to uranium- vanadium prospecting, examined by the author in 1985 are believed to be the so-called Carrizo "gold" mine. W.L., 1989, The Carrizo "Gold" Mine: Arizona Geological Survey Contributed Reports, CR-89-B, 27 p. Constraints Statement

  • Mining in Arizona AZGS

    A burgeoning mining industry stimulated early growth in the Arizona Territory, and by 1864 nearly 25 percent of the male, non-native populace was prospectors. By the 1870’s a plethora of hardrock mines were yielding prodigious volumes of copper, lead, zinc, silver and gold ore.

  • AZGS Arizona Mining Claim Forms Bureau of Land Management

    Oct 27, 2016· A locked padlock) or https:// means you’ve safely connected to the .gov website. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites.

  • Directory of Active Mines in Arizona: FY 2019 AZGS

    In FY 2019, there were 380 active, full-time mines or development projects in the state of Arizona (Plate 1). Mine products have been categorized into 43 discrete categories (as defined by Hart, 2018). These products can be grouped based on shared characteristics into commodity types, and then into larger commodity families by their end use.

  • Arizona Geological Survey Open File Reports AZGS

    Much of the data was originally derived from Arizona Department of Mines and Minerals files. Doug Martin was a Phoenix area mining consultant during the 1980s and was Arizona’s State Mine

  • LAWS AND REGULATIONS AZGS Document Repository

    Arizona Department of Mines and Mineral Resources* 1502 West Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007 Phone: 602-771-1600 1-800-446-4259 in Arizona FAX: 602-771-1616 mines.az.gov * now consolidated into the Arizona Geological Survey Mining Laws and Regulations, Changes and Revisions Circular 104, August, 2003, Revised July, 2014 Rev. 16

  • How much water required in mining gold? AZGS

    Estimates for average water consumption at a mine site vary considerably based on the processing method applied (e.g., heap leaching, flotation, gravity), but a global summary for water withdrawals for gold mines found the ‘average’ gold mine used ~0.350 m3/metric ton of ore-grade rock (Gunson, 2013).

  • Abandoned mines AZGS Document Repository Arizona

    AZGS Document Repository . document archiving, management and discovery Harris, R.C. and Pearthree, P.A., 2002, A Home Buyer's Guide to Geologic Hazards in Arizona. Arizona Geological Survey Down-to-Earth #13, 48 p. Constraints Statement: Potential Environmental Hazards on Inactive Abandoned Mine Lands, Coronado National Forest

  • Mystic Gold 122-51 Arizona Geological Survey Mining Data

    Please cite by using: [a description of the item]. 2011-03-3174, ADMMR Photo Archive, Arizona Geological Survey.

  • Mining Scams AZGS

    An example of a mining scheme which can be described at best as ignorant was recently sold to a number of investors in the Chemehuevis Placer District, near Lake Havasu City, Arizona. The plan called for an investor to purchase a plot of ground 60 x 120 feet in size from which 8,000 cubic yards of unconsolidated gold-bearing gravel would be dug

  • Gold Activity 2012 Arizona Geology Magazine

    Sep 07, 2012· The decade-long rise in the price of gold from less than $400 per troy ounce to over $1,600 has resulted in the renewal of gold mining and increased exploration activity in Arizona. Lode properties are receiving the most significant activity due to their large number of contained ounces of gold. A few, small placer properties are also being sampled or operated on a limited scale.

  • Gold at Arivaca, Arizona AZGS

    Heylmun, E.B., 1985, Gold at Arivaca, Arizona: California Mining Journal, v. 54, no. 9, p. 72-74.

  • RESOURCES AZGS Document Repository

    veins. During 1903 and 1904 the Mqhave Gold Mining Co. did considerable wJrk on the Leland property. The Blue Ridge G.J1d Mines Co. produced are from the Tom Reed vein during part of 1904-1905. In 1906 the Tom Reed Gold Mines Co. purchased the mine, developed high-grade are, and in 1908 started producti9n that has con­

  • AZGS Arizona Mining Claim Forms Bureau of Land Management

    Oct 27, 2016· A locked padlock) or https:// means you’ve safely connected to the .gov website. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites.

  • Arizona Geological Survey Open File Reports AZGS

    Much of the data was originally derived from Arizona Department of Mines and Minerals files. Doug Martin was a Phoenix area mining consultant during the 1980s and was Arizona’s State Mine

  • GOLD PLACERS AND PLACERING IN ARIZONA AZGS

    A 1915 statute formally estab­ lished the Arizona Bureau of Mines as a State agency administered by the University of Arizona, continuing, essentially unchanged, the func­ tions of the "Bureau of Mines" and.the Territorial Geologist. Data collection and research activities continued to be· concentrated on

  • Directory of Active Mines in Arizona: FY 2019 AZGS

    In FY 2019, there were 380 active, full-time mines or development projects in the state of Arizona (Plate 1). Mine products have been categorized into 43 discrete categories (as defined by Hart, 2018). These products can be grouped based on shared characteristics into commodity types, and then into larger commodity families by their end use.

  • LAWS AND REGULATIONS AZGS Document Repository

    Arizona Department of Mines and Mineral Resources* 1502 West Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007 Phone: 602-771-1600 1-800-446-4259 in Arizona FAX: 602-771-1616 mines.az.gov * now consolidated into the Arizona Geological Survey Mining Laws and Regulations, Changes and Revisions Circular 104, August, 2003, Revised July, 2014 Rev. 16

  • Gold at Arivaca, Arizona AZGS

    Heylmun, E.B., 1985, Gold at Arivaca, Arizona: California Mining Journal, v. 54, no. 9, p. 72-74.

  • Active Mines in Arizona Directory and Map AZGS

    In FY 2019, there were 380 active, full-time mines or development projects in the state of Arizona (Richardson and others, 2019). The new Directory of Active Mines in Arizona: FY 2019, a joint product of the Arizona Mine Inspector’s Office and the Arizona Geological Survey, characterizes those active mines.. INTERACTIVE Arizona Mines Map can be viewed as a web map here.

  • Mineral Rights AZGS

    To download Mining District Sheets, Mineral Survey plats, and much more within Arizona begin with the Boundary Map link on BLM's Cadastral Survey web page. For other assistance call the Arizona State Office of the BLM at 602-417-9200 or 602-417-9528.

  • Mining Scams AZGS

    An example of a mining scheme which can be described at best as ignorant was recently sold to a number of investors in the Chemehuevis Placer District, near Lake Havasu City, Arizona. The plan called for an investor to purchase a plot of ground 60 x 120 feet in size from which 8,000 cubic yards of unconsolidated gold-bearing gravel would be dug

  • Octave Mine Western Mining History

    The Octave Mine is a gold mine located in Yavapai county, Arizona at an elevation of 3,399 feet. About the MRDS Data: All mine locations were obtained from the USGS Mineral Resources Data System. The locations and other information in this database have not been verified for accuracy.

  • PRINTED: ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL

    gold lode bibliography: admmr leopard spot mine file admmr mohave custom mill project . 08/30/85 arizona department of mines and mineral resources file data primary name: leopard spot gold alternate names: albion claim mohave county mils number: 63a size lode mining cl~inls of 600 feet in

  • Golden Turkey Mine Western Mining History

    The Golden Turkey Mine is a gold and silver mine located in Yavapai county, Arizona at an elevation of 3,100 feet. About the MRDS Data: All mine locations were obtained from the USGS Mineral Resources Data System. The locations and other information in this database have not been verified for accuracy.

  • CONTACT INFORMATION Mining Records Curator Arizona

    Arizona Department of Mines and Mineral Resources Mining Collection [email protected] . PRINTED: 06/06/2001 Subject: BLOUNT LODE GOLD MINE, Yuma County Date March 31, 1981 Wallace Tucker, 3918 North 86th Lane, Phoenix, Arizona 85037, was in the office on March 31,1981, and reported he has leased the Blount Mine