Mines and mineral resources -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 164 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Letterpress copy book of weekly reports of activities submitted by mine superintendent Whitman Symmes. Reports give number of men employed by occupation, cost of wages, and a descriptive summary of work.
Abstract Deed for Muir's claim to the Alabama Lode, Amador Mining District, Nevada Territory, transferring his claim to Charles H. Cowen.
Abstract Included is a letter from the John E. Allen & Co., stockbrokers of Boston, advertising the sale of the Albany Divide's stock and a prospectus for the company's mining properties.
Abstract Weekly reports for the Alta and the Benton Consolidated Mining Company by Superintendent E.D. Boyle (father of the Nevada governor) include distance drilled, total length of drift, and number of men employed, 1880-1889.,Also included is an Alta stock certificate purchased by G. E. Arrowsmith, trustee, 1924 and four lists of officers (1881, 1887, 1892, 1918).
Abstract 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.
Abstract Note assigning Stead's mortgage in machinery for a mill site at the Succor Gold and Silver Mining Company, Storey County, Nevada Territory, to Horace B. Angell.
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.
Abstract Official ballot for the general election lists offices, names and political parties of candidates; verso contains a map of the Mt. Vernon, Ohio, and Terra Cotta mining claims in the Washington Mining District, Storey County.
Abstract Includes a foreman's manual, review of BMI activities in magnesium development (with photos), and details of the electrical system.
Abstract Typescript of an account of Dolman's trip across the continent to Nevada in 1852, his mining ventures in Nevada from 1857-1868, and law and order in a mining frontier.