Mines and mineral resources -- Nevada -- Elko County
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Agreement dating March 14, 1898 between Clarence Buck, Hugh Jones, and the Dexter Gold Mining Company in which Buck and Jones agree to sell their Contention Mining Claim in the Tuscarora Mining District, Elko County, Nevada, to the Dexter Gold Mining Company of Utah.
Dates: March 14, 1898
Overview P. Walter Davidson was a part owner and developer of the Rio Tinto Copper Company at Mountain City, Elko County, Nevada; the mine later was known as the Mountain City Copper Company. The collection includes correspondence to and from Davidson, his wife Sadie, and S. F. Hunt, President of the Rio Tinto; Sadie's manuscript history/biography of the Nelson Ranch and Estella Bish Nelson; a pamphlet, Elko County and its vast mineral wealth, 1907; and newspaper clippings about mining, Mountain City,...
Dates: 1907; 1931-1939; Majority of material found within 1931-1939
Abstract Agreement between Bernice Morrison and John F. Lewis to sell the mine. The collection contains material from 1884 created by the Juniper Mine.
Abstract The Nevada Lead, Gold, Silver, and Copper Mining Company was a mining operation in Elko, Nevada. Collection includes minutes of the Jan. 26, 1906, board of directors' meeting document the formation of the company.
Dates: January 26, 1906
Abstract Bylaws detail the corporate structure of the Polaris Consolidated Mining Company, the specific duties of officers, and how stock was to be issued during 1880. Appears to be an unsigned missing copy of the original.
Abstract Report on a mining tunnel site in Willard Canyon, Elko County, Nevada, details locations, adjacent mining claims, water sources, transportation, and difficulties in developing the site. Created by Emerson E. Lee circa 18th century.
Overview The Tuscarora Township was located in Elko County, Nevada. The collection includes accounts of cases heard in the Justice Court of Tuscarora Township.