Mines and mineral resources -- Nevada -- Lander County

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Cortez Mining District Records

Identifier: NC10

The Cortez Mining District was a mining district in Lander and Eureka Counties, Nevada and the state's largest producer of turquoise. Includes constitution of the district and notices of location for claims (1863-1914).

Dates: 1863-1914

James G. Mathews and Company Assay Book

Identifier: NC236

The James G. Mathews and Company was an assay company located in Austin, Nevada. The collection includes records of mineral assays from the Austin region include name of person providing the ore sample, weight of sample, and ounces of mineral per ton.

Dates: 1889

Henry N. Morse Records

Identifier: 90-84
Abstract Henry N. Morse came to California in 1849 and served as sheriff of Alameda County from 1863-1877. Morse was an early investor in the Gold Park Mining District in Nevada and ran the district from 1896-1912. The collection contains papers related exclusively to the Gold Park Mining District (also known as Jackson Mining District) in Lander and Nye Counties, Nevada. Included are financial records, assay reports, cost and profit statements, map of the district, and correspondence with investors...
Dates: 1896-1912

Report on New Pass Mines

Identifier: 92-20

New Pass Mines was a gold mine located thirty miles west of Austin, Nevada. Report on the mines, probably written in about 1900, provides details on the location, history, physical properties, geology, veins, development, mining, assaying, and ore reserves of the mines; water and timber resources; and recommendations.

Dates: undated