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STATE ARCHIVES OF MICHIGAN

2016-2-26 · Attorney General 69-28 42 Iron Ore Mining Permit 1960 Natural Resources 88-16 176 All Coal Mining Ca. 1880-1915 Natural Resources 88-83 181 1 Mining Photographs 1930-1940 Natural Resources 88-131 186 2 Hanna Mining Company 1974-1979

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Michigan-Iron-Mines Mining Artifacts

2015-1-1 · The Gogebic Iron Range extends for 80 miles from Lake Namekagon, Wisconsin, in the west, to Lake Gogebic in Michigan, in the west. Nathaniel D. Moore uncovered ore deposits in the Penokee Gap near Bessemer in 1872, but it was not until 1884 that the first iron ore

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Guide to the Bethlehem Steel Corporation Mining

2021-4-21 · Date: 1880-1993 (bulk 1947-1980) Extent: 19 Cubic feet (66 boxes ) Creator: Bethlehem Steel Corporation Language: English . Summary: The collection consists of approximately 28,000 photographic negatives, slides, prints and other materials documenting Bethlehem Steel Corporation's iron ore mining operations. The photographs

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Post-War Iron Mining Upper Peninsula Iron Mining:

In 1880, according to the mining industries census Michigan mined the second highest amount of iron ore in tons. Pennsylvania was the only state that mined more iron ore for the census year. (Michigan: 1,837,712 tons; Pennsylvania: 2,185,675 tons) (21) (Click on photo to enlarge) Iron Ore

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Mineral Industries of Michigan Page 1 of 17

2016-2-26 · of iron ore. In 1901, however, production of ore from the newly developed open pit mines of the Mesabi Range in Minnesota reached such a volume that Michigan dropped to second rank in mining of iron ore. The State has remained in this position ever since. Minnesota produces more than 50 percent of all iron ore mined in the United States and

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Mine Shafts of Michigan: Mining History:

2015-8-4 · Mining History: Mine Headframes and Structures of Michigan Michigan has four major metallic mining ranges, the "Copper Country" Mining District of Keweenaw, Houghton, Ontonagon counties (and some explorations in Gogebic), the Marquette Iron Range of Marquette and Baraga counties, the Menominee Iron Range of Dickinson and Iron counties, and the Gogebic Iron Range of Gogebic

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Bethlehem Steel Corporation Mining Photographs ·

The photographs were taken by Richard "Jay" Angelo, a Bethlehem Steel Corporation photographer. The majority of the photographs depict Bethlehem's mining operations at its Cornwall and Morgantown, Pennsylvania mines. A smaller number of negatives document operations in western Pennsylvania, Kentucky, West Virginia, Michigan and Ontario.

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IRON ORE LEGACY AND MUSEUM TOUR

2020-7-21 · iron mines in Michigan. Celebrating the history of the Marquette Iron Range, this incredible museum allows visitors to see mining artifacts, photographs and equipment, as well as a chemical lab, blasting items, and the engine house with its air compressor room. The museum also displays the mineral collections of the Ishpeming Rock and Mineral Club.

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Immigration to the Iron Range, 1880–1930 MNopedia

2021-6-26 · During the early twentieth century, the population of the Iron Range was among the most ethnically diverse in Minnesota. Tens of thousands of immigrants arrived from Finland, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Sweden, Norway, Canada, England, and over thirty other places of origin. These immigrants mined the ore that made the Iron

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Michigan Technological University Digital Commons

2020-12-10 · lenses of industry: the rise of industrial photography in the united states and the lake superior mining district, 1880-1933 . by . robert d. anthony

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The Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company Historical Records

2019-12-16 · By 1873, Pittsburgh furnaces (on the west side of the Alleghenies) universally used Lake Superior ores and could not compete in quality with imported iron without them. By 1880 Lake Superior mines would produce 30 per cent of American iron ore, with Michigan on the verge of becoming the nation's leading iron ore

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Mine Shafts of Michigan: Mining History:

2015-8-4 · Mining History: Mine Headframes and Structures of Michigan Michigan has four major metallic mining ranges, the "Copper Country" Mining District of Keweenaw, Houghton, Ontonagon counties (and some explorations in Gogebic), the Marquette Iron Range of Marquette and Baraga counties, the Menominee Iron Range of Dickinson and Iron counties, and the Gogebic Iron Range of Gogebic

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Post-War Iron Mining Upper Peninsula Iron Mining:

In 1880, according to the mining industries census Michigan mined the second highest amount of iron ore in tons. Pennsylvania was the only state that mined more iron ore for the census year. (Michigan: 1,837,712 tons; Pennsylvania: 2,185,675 tons) (21) (Click on photo to enlarge) Iron Ore

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Iron in the Wilderness: The Michigan Iron Industry Museum

Michigan continued to supply around a quarter of the nation's iron ore. ' The Michigan Iron Industry Museum was opened by the Michigan Bureau of History (Michigan Department of State) in 1987 to com-memorate the state's iron-mining industry. The site selected for the museum is on the banks of the Carp River, where, in 1848, Michigan

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Gogebic Range: Mining History: Mine Shafts of Michigan

2015-8-4 · Mining History: Mine Shafts of Michigan Part 3. The Gogebic Mineral Range is located in the western Upper Peninsula and extends into neighboring Wisconsin. The iron mines in this range were among the deepest underground iron mines developed in the country. In 1906 the Norrie mine was considered the greatest iron

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IRON ORE LEGACY AND MUSEUM TOUR

2020-7-21 · iron mines in Michigan. Celebrating the history of the Marquette Iron Range, this incredible museum allows visitors to see mining artifacts, photographs and equipment, as well as a chemical lab, blasting items, and the engine house with its air compressor room. The museum also displays the mineral collections of the Ishpeming Rock and Mineral Club.

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Aurora iron mines, Ironwood, Mich. Library of Congress

- Iron mining Please use the following steps to determine whether you need to fill out a call slip in the Prints and Photographs Reading Room to view the original item(s). In some cases, a surrogate (substitute image) is available, often in the form of a digital image, a copy print, or microfilm. Michigan United States, None. [Between

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Griffith Jones Papers Concerning Iron Ore Furnaces,

2017-7-19 · Collection Overview. The collection contains original drawings, 1870-1880, relating to blast furnaces and ore mining; photographs of the Warwick Furnace under construction in 1875 and the Gabels Mine, ca. 1875; notebook, 1872-1876, containing original drawings, clippings, and manuscript maps of mines; scrapbook, 1866-1883, containing newspaper clippings, drawings, blueprints, and

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A study of the “Iron Ridge” Mine: an excerpt from When

2019-9-6 · Abstract: Mining began at the Iron Ridge Mine (now commonly called Neda Mine) in 1849. The ore is relatively concentrated (nearly 55% iron by weight) and was easily mined initially because some deposits were surficial and of a loosely-cemented granular structure. In the 1850's Byron H. Kilbourn (twice mayor of

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