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Death Valley NP Historic Resource Study of Mining vols 1 and 2

Death Valley NP Historic Resource Study of Mining vols 1 and 2

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Published by Russell Hartill
Captured from the NPS website, this is a pdf version of the famous two volume set covering every mine within Death Valley National Monument.
Captured from the NPS website, this is a pdf version of the famous two volume set covering every mine within Death Valley National Monument.

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Published by: Russell Hartill on Jul 27, 2008
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Death Valley NP: Historic Resource Study (Table of Contents)http://www.nps.gov/history/history/online_books/deva/contents.htm[7/26/2008 3:04:44 PM]
Death Valley
Historic Resource StudyA History of Mining
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Volume I — Part 1 of 2
A.Summary of Mining Activity1. Stow Beginnings2. A New Century Brings Renewed Interest in Metallic andNonmetallic Resources3. Attempts are Made to Regulate Mining Within the NationalMonument4. Validity Tests and Stricter Land-Use Regulations are Imposed5. Controversial Aspects of Mining in NPS Areas6. Death Valley National Monument Mining DivisionB.Setting1. Land of Varied Attractions2. Weather and Temperature3. Topography4. Panamint Range5. Amargosa Range6. Roads and Trails7. Water Hoies8. TourismC.A Note on Historical and Archeological Resources of DeathValley1. Limited Scope of Present Study2. Archeological Research and Fieldwor
 
Death Valley NP: Historic Resource Study (Table of Contents)http://www.nps.gov/history/history/online_books/deva/contents.htm[7/26/2008 3:04:44 PM]
A.Coso, Russ, Telescope Peak, and Argus Mining Districts1. Darwin French Expedition2. S. G. George and New World Mining and ExplorationCompany Expeditions3. Indian Depredations and Crude Mining Methods HinderDevelopmentB.Lone Pine Mining District1. Rise and Fall of Cerro Gordo2. Reopening of Cerro GordoC.Panamint Mining District1. Panamint City2. BallaratD.New Coso Mining District1. Darwin2. Revitalization of the Darwin DistrictE.Lookout and Modoc Mining Districts1. Short Existence of Lookout2. Modoc District Supported by George C. HearstF.Summation
A.Southern Panamints and West Side Road1.Panamint Mining Districta) Formation and Establishment of Boundariesb) The District's Future Seems Assuredc) Mining Activity Spreads in Southern InyoCountyd) Interest in the Panamints Spreads to Nevadae) Consistent Production Continues into Late1900sf) Impact of Panamint and Other Early MiningDistricts on Southern Inyo and Death Valley
 
Death Valley NP: Historic Resource Study (Table of Contents)http://www.nps.gov/history/history/online_books/deva/contents.htm[7/26/2008 3:04:44 PM]
Historyg) Panamint Cityh) Personalitiesi) Sites(1) Wonder (of the World?) Mine, Bob StewartLode, Mina Verde, and Sunnyside(2) Ino, Jim Davis, Hill Top, Alta, Comstock,Gold Star, World Beater, Big Bill, Elephant,Florence, Gem, General Lee, Gold Note, GoldenTerry, Little Till, Lookout, Mammoth, andSummit Mines(3) Mohawk Lode(4) Silver Queen Lode(5) Homestake Lode, Home Stake Lode(6) Sheba Lode(7) Sun Set Mine(8) Nellie M Mine(9) Star of the West Mine(10) Christmas Lode(11) Christmas Gift Mine and Co., No. 1 Mine(12) Exchequer Lode(13) North Star Mine(14) Argenta Lode(15) Uncle Sam Lode(16) Magnet Mine(17) Grand View Mine, Anaconda Mine(18) Willow Spring Mine(19) Mountain Girl Mine(20) Black Rock Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4(21) New York, Idaho, and Dolly Varden Mines(22) Republican Mine(23) Cooper and Mountain Boy Mines(24) Valley View Mine2.Gold Hill Mining Districta) History(1) Taylor Quartz Mine and Mill Site(2) Gold Hill Quartz Mine and Mill Site(3) Death Valley Mine(4) Treasure Quartz Mine(5) No. 1 (No One) Mine(6) Silver Reef (Reefe) Mine(7) Ibex Mine(8) May Mine(9) Breyfogle Mine(10) Oro Grande Mine(11) Beckerton Mine.(12) Georgia Mineb) Present Status(1) Gold Hill Area(2) Panamint Treasure Claim Groupc) Evaluation and Recommendations(1) Gold Hill Area