The History Of Iron Ore Mining In Middle Tennessee

The History Of Iron Ore Mining In Middle Tennessee

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A study of the brown iron ore deposits of west-middle Tennessee has been carried on recently under a cooperative agreement between the Tennessee State Geological Survey and the United States Geological Survey. A detailed report on the subject was submitted in the spring of 1925 to the State Survey for publication as a bulletin, and the writing of the present report was completed in March, 1926

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THE BROWN IRON ORES OF WEST- MIDDLE TENNESSEE

THE BROWN IRON ORES OF WEST- MIDDLE TENNESSEE

7. A, Bell brown iron ore mine, 3% miles southwest of Cumber land Furnace, Tenn.; B, Cut in Aetna brown iron ore mine, Aetna, Tenn., showing ore overlying white clay_____ 96 8. A, Tipple, ore washer, ore bin, and waste flume at Aetna brown iron ore mine of Tennessee Products Corporation, Aetna

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Tennessee-Mines - Mining Artifacts

Tennessee-Mines - Mining Artifacts

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Iron Industry | Tennessee Encyclopedia

Iron Industry | Tennessee Encyclopedia

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Mining - Tennessee Encyclopedia

Mining - Tennessee Encyclopedia

Oct 08, 2017 Historically, Tennessee’s most important mining products have been iron, bituminous coal, copper, lead, zinc, and phosphate. Iron ore was the most significant during early settlement years. Interest in the iron ore of the Western Highland Rim dates back to the 1790s and even earlier in the eastern mountains

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Iron Furnace Trail: Introduction

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The Stewart County Iron Industry Historical Marker

The Stewart County Iron Industry Historical Marker

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Mining In Stewart County, Tennessee | The Diggings™

Mining In Stewart County, Tennessee | The Diggings™

The most commonly listed primary commodities in Stewart mines are Iron , Aluminum , and Kaolin . At the time these mines were surveyed, 1 mine in Stewart was observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine. 1 Stewart has 1 prospect mine. 2 32 mines were in production at the time the data was entered into USGS records

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the history of iron ore mining in middle tennessee

the history of iron ore mining in middle tennessee

Tennessee Iron Mining Tennessee Copper Mining Tennesse Mining Tennessee Phosphate mining Tennessee coal mining Jellicoe Tennessee Consolidated Coal Manganese deposits in the global lithogenetic A computerized data base including 330 localities and believed to represent at least 95 of the presently recorded spot accumulations of ore-grade Mn on

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Middle Tennessee Mines | Nyrstar

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Mining In Tennessee | The Diggings™

Mining In Tennessee | The Diggings™

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