Consolidated Virginia Mining Company
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Complaint in which the plaintiffs alleged that the defendants unlawfully and by force occupied part of the mining claim of Baldwin and Abernathie and mined six million dollars worth of silver ore. The collection contains material from February 9, 1878 created by the United States Circuit Court.
Dates: February 9, 1878
Abstract The Consolidated Virginia Mining Company (Con Virginia) in Virginia City, Nevada, was once the richest source of ore in the Comstock Lode. Mine operation records including reports, assay reports, ore and bullion statements, mill records, annual reports, bylaws, equipment specification books, legal records, resolutions, and account registers. Also included are records of the adjacent California Mining Company, the Consolidated California and Virginia Mining Company, and the C & C Shaft...
Abstract This report includes an historical sketch of the Comstock Lode at Virginia City, Nevada; production history of the Consolidated Virginia Mine; geology; previous exploration; and opportunities for exploration. Created by graduate engineer student, Robert Eli Kendall, between 1950-1952; 1968.
Dates: 1950-1952; 1968
Overview The North End Mines of the Comstock Lode, Nevada, consisted of the California Mining Company, Consolidated Virginia Mining Company (Con Virginia), Mexican Gold and Silver Mining Company, Ophir Silver Mining Company, Sierra Nevada Silver Mining Company, and the Union Consolidated Silver Mining Company. The collection includes a Mexican Milling Company cash journal (1916-1920) and mill book (1915-1920), a Con Virginia, Ophir, Mexican, Union, and Sierra Nevada mines survey book (1920), and a...