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Utah Fuel Company's Clear Creek mine. Note piles of mine-timber in foreground. Carbon County, Utah. ca 1923.
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Hydraulic mine, North San Juan, Bedrock in foreground; auriferous gravel in bluff, Nevada County, California, 1905.
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Different view of Eagle River running through mining area at Gilman zinc mine on Battle Mountain, between Redcliff and Minturn. Eagle County, Colorado. ca. 1980.
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Nephi Plaster Company Gypsum Quarry at entrance to Salt Creek Canyon, on the east edge of town of Nephi. Juab County, Utah. September 25, 1912.
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Oblique aerial view of surface site development on oil shale prototype tract C-b. Rio Blanco County, Colorado. April 28, 1978.
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Cove Creek Sulphur Mine, 20 miles north of Beaver, Beaver County, Utah. 1906. See Woolley, Photo No. wrr00369. (now-then21).
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Cunningham Gulch, from the camp of the miners of the Mountaineer and North Star lodes, on the south side of the gulch, 1,000 feet above the valley. At the left is King Solomon Mountain, and on the right Greenand Galena Mountains, with Rocky Gulch between, up which is the route of the Bakers Park and Del Norte wagon road. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875.
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The dump and general setting of the North Lily mine. Goshen Valley is in middle background, and the southern Wasatch Mountains are in the far background. Utah County, Utah. ca. 1976. Figure 56 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 1024. 1979.
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Coal mine working face detail. Shows structure of coal. Coalmont district, Jackson County, Colorado. August 11, 1940.
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Stalactite of pisanite, Old Jordan Mine. Salt Lake County, Utah. 1900, black and white published in color as plate 20 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 38. 1905.
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Terrace on Middle Yuba River 2 miles below Freemans bridge. The channel was filled by tailings from North San Juan hydraulic mines and afterward cleared out except this bank. Smartsville quadrangle, Nevada County, California.n.d.
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Looking south toward the Porter Mine from the wagon road east of Crested Butte. Shows the gravity incline over which the coal is lowered from the mine to the railway. Gunnison County, Colorado. June 23, 1909.
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Oblique aerial view of surface site development on oil shale prototype tract C-b. Rio Blanco County, Colorado. August 31, 1981.
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Banded black and white coarsely crystalline marble; looking west; first mouth of drift on first hanging wall vein east of No. 2 shaft; 1500 level, Ontario mine. Miner's lamp for scale. Park City District. Summit County, Utah. ca. 1902.
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Eroded boulders, Esperanee hydraulic mine, near French Corral. The boulders were part of the pavement of a sluice box through which gravel and sand were run continuously for three months, and the facets of their upper surfaces were produced by the attrition. Nevada County, California. 1909.
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Album caption: Nowell Placer Mine, Silver Bow Basin. Alaska. circa 1895.
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Olivenite. Collected from Mammoth Mine, Tintic, Utah, 1891. Mineral collection of Brigham Young University Department of Geology, Provo, Utah. Photograph by Andrew Silver. BYU index 9-7003, Cu_2AsO_4(OH). This image is in the public domain pursuant to an agreement dated August 10, between Peter J. Modreski, USGS Communications and Outreach, and the Brigham Young University (BYU) Geology Department. Please credit the Brigham Young University Geology Department and the individual photographer.
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Cherokee mine. Bedrock surface exposed in foreground. Butte County, California. 1905.
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Prospect tunnel of the Utarado Mining Company 2 miles northwest of Ouray. Uintah County, Utah. May 22, 1917.


map background search result map search result map Cunningham Gulch, from the camp of the miners of the Mountaineer and North Star lodes, on the south side of the gulch, 1,000 feet above the valley. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875. Cunningham Gulch, from the camp of the miners of the Mountaineer and North Star lodes, on the south side of the gulch, 1,000 feet above the valley. San Juan County, Colorado. 1875.