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Two letters from L.F.J. Wrinkle and James A. Yerington outline the location of veins of silver ore to be developed and the purposes of the company.,Also included is a list of company officers.
The Juanita Consolidated Silver Mining Company, incorporated in 1872, was located in Aurora, Esmeralda County, Nevada. The collection contains correspondence, financial statements, and maps.
One of the most important early mines of the Hawthorne, Nevada mining district, mined intermittently for gold by leasers into recent times. H. M. and J. A. Yerington and F. G. Ford were principal officers. Collection contains operational records of the mine including correspondence written and received by the officers, payroll and expense records, memorandum of gold bullion deposited at the Carson City Mint, mining leases, and tax assessments.
Letter to Yerington discusses politics and mining in and around Candelaria, Nevada, French and English copper syndicates, and the price of copper. May informs Yerington that if prices hold the copper properties along the Carson and Colorado Railroad would prove valuable.
The Pamlico Mine was located in the Pamlico Mining District, situated in the western Garfield Hills, ten miles southeast of Hawthorne, Nevada. The Pamlico Mining Company operated from Hawthorne, Nevada with John Forbes as president, H. M. Yerington, treasurer, and S. A. Knopp, mine superintendent. The district yielded nearly a million dollars-worth of gold between 1885 and 1900. Collection contains correspondence, financial statements and accounts.
- American Flat (Nev.) 1
- Aurora (Nev.) 1
- Candelaria (Nev.) 1
- Copper mines and mining -- Nevada 1
- Gold mines and mining -- Nevada 1
- Yerington, J. A. (James Albert), 1864-1929 2
- American Flat Development Company 1
- Carson and Colorado Railroad 1
- Eckley, J. W. 1
- Forbes, John (Miner) 1