3 edition of Iron Mountain Deposits, San Bernardino County, Calif. found in the catalog.
Iron Mountain Deposits, San Bernardino County, Calif.
United States. Bureau of Mines.
|Series||Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 4236|
|Contributions||Wiebelt, F., Ricker, S.|
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Mining History in the Mojave Preserve Mining activity played an important role in the history of the area that is now Mojave National Preserve. Geologists agree that mineralization is often associated with faults, joints in rock that allow mineralized water from inside the earth to flow toward the surface, where the water evaporates and leaves. San Bernardino County San Bernardino County is not only the largest county in California, but it is the largest in the United States. As a county it has been uniquely endowed with rich mineral deposits. Looking down into a mineshaft at the Stedman - Bagdad-Chase (San Bernardino county) The Miner's Ten Commandments.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wiebelt, Frank Joseph. Iron Mountain deposits, San Bernardino County, Calif. (OCoLC) Online version. BEST BOOK, LAST ONE, gold mines, San Bernardino County, Calif, RARE old 1st ed - $ Last one in stock.
BEST book on gold & silver mines in San Bernardino County, California NONE BETTER -- RARE first edition locates precious-metal mines Mojave Desert mines in famous Atolia, Calico and Randsburg districts; Twentynine Palms, Big Bear, Victorville.
Gold-bearing deposits are scattered throughout the county — from the Slate Range near Panamint Valley to the Whipple Mountains in the southeast; from the slopes of the San Gabriel and San Bernardino Mountains in the southwest to the Clark Mountain area in the Northeast.
Gold was the predominant metal in 27 of the 45 mining districts of the Seller Rating: % positive. adjacent tungsten deposits, San Bernardino County, California.
USGS technical reports section. Ririe, G. and Geoff Nason, Molycorp’s Mountain Pass Mine. Iron Mountain Deposits Bernardino County Museum Association Special Publication, SP Reynolds, R.E., Wild Horse Mesa pack mule trails.
San Bernardino. Filed under: Iron mines and mining -- Michigan -- Marquette County Beard's directory and history of Marquette County [Mich.]: with sketches of the early history of Lake Superior, its mines, furnaces, etc., etc. (Detroit: Hadger & Bryce, ) (page images at HathiTrust).
fuller's earth and describes the mineralogical, chemical, and physical differences between them. Also included is a brief discussion on the history, production, and uses. The remainder of the report provides information on the known bentonite and fuller's earth deposits and the potential resources of bentonite and fuller's earth in 27Cited by: The Transverse Ranges are a group of mountain ranges of southern California, in the Pacific Coast Ranges physiographic region in North Transverse Ranges begin at the southern end of the California Coast Ranges and lie within Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside and Kern counties.
The Peninsular Ranges lie to the : San Gorgonio Mountain. Over the past one hundred years the Cascade Canyon lapis-lazuli and corundum deposits in the San Gabriel Mountains, San Bernardino County, California USA have become well known and almost legendary, yet it seems safe to say that few living people have ever been to the outcrops.
Full text of "Geology and mineral deposits of Barstow quadrangle, San Bernardino, California County, California, by Oliver E. Bowen, Jr.;" See other formats.
If the Los Angeles Water Bureau of could ignore the evidence of the "official" map of San Bernardino County and conclude that the region should be called the "Marble Mountains"--not the Iron Mountains or even Bristol Mountain--there can be little room for doubt regarding the authenticity of the name.
Southern California is one of the most important areas in the world for the production of gem-quality and specimen-quality tourmaline. Numerous mines over the past years have also produced turquoise, garnet, morganite, aquamarine, topaz, kunzite, and many other gems.
California's geological forces have created one of the widest varieties of rocks and minerals found in any state. In fact practically every known mineral exists in some quantity in California. Even today there are active mines, some still producing gold, as well as iron, lead, tungsten, zinc, quick silver, talc, chromite, and borate minerals.
Barite deposits near Barstow, San Bernardino Count California, by Cordell Durrell. 8 pp., 4 pis., 1 f Price Geology and mineral deposits of the Calaveritas quadrang Calaveras County, California, by Lorin D. Clark. The Ord district is in west-central San Bernardino County in the Ord and Newberry Mountains, about 20 miles southeast of Barstow.
The mountains were named for Major General E.O.C. Ord of Civil War fame. The district was organized aroundand intermittent development work continued for many years after. On January 2, John S.
Harper and M. Cadwaladen located a group of claims about a mile south of the Avawatz Crown Mine (San Bernardino County Records of Mining Locations Book 47 page ; Book 65 Page ).
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Every mine in the book is tied to the maps. And — YES — it is the newest and LAST official state report on Los Angeles County mineral (and gold) deposits to be published EVER period, end of story.
No other official reports about L.A. county were published after this Rating: % positive. Barstow Mines. Barstow is a city in San Bernardino County, California, United population at the w is located 55 miles (89 km) north of San Bernardino. The Barstow Mines have a rich and wild history.
Henricksen, T.A.,Geology and mineral deposits of the Mineral-Iron Mountain District, Washington County, Idaho, and of a metallized zone in western Idaho and eastern Oregon: Unpubl. PhD dissertation, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, p. October — contains three articles, totalling some 70 pages.
The articles are: "Economic Mineral Deposits of the Newberry and Ord Mountains, San Bernardino County," 24 pages. "Geology of the Newberry and Ord Mountains," 35 pages. "Notes on the Geology of a Portion of the Calico Mountains, San Bernardino County, California," 11 pages. San Diego County California Division of Forestry.
JPG. Palomar Mountain Quadrangle Aerial photography U.S. Geological Survey. Copied in fromPalomar Mtn JPG. Map of San Diego County Showing Locations of Principal Mineral Deposits California Dept of Natural Resources.
JPG. Undated: San Diego County. Check out the new expanded Rockhound Barstow, in full color and larger size! The Mojave desert is a mineralogically rich area. One small town of less t people serves as a great jumping off point for dozens of fantastic collecting sites.
Many of these locations are Southern California classics, found in field guides dating to the early.Ord-Newberry Mining District California 1, 22, 95 5 1 39 Black Hawk-Silver Reef Mining District California 20, 48 8 21 5 14 Chocolate Mountains-Mesquite Mining District California 1, 63 18, 33 5 11 0 17 Cerro Gordo Mining District California 56 16, 55 5 19 1 30 El Paso Mountains.