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New Mexico Mining Heritage Guide

by John R. Park

Copyright 2003, Stonerose Publishing
164 pages, Softcover/Comb bound, 8.5"x5.5"

The New Mexico Mining Heritage Guide includes 318 entries and 22 text inserts on 164 pages.  118 photographs, and 25 maps, illustrate the entries.

Steve Voynick in Rock & Gem Magazine Oct 2003 wrote, "Anyone with even a passing interest in mining and minerals should have this guide on hand when traveling through any part of New Mexico... Although intended basically as a fieldguide, this well-written book also offers fine armchair reading."

Way too many entries to list, but here is a sample:
Acme, Allison, AMAX Potash Mine & Refinery, Ambrosia Lake Processing Plant, Anaconda Bluewater Mill, Artesia Historical Museum & Art Center, ASARCO Deming Mill, Atwood Mine, Aztec Museum, Aztec Ruins National Monument, Basin & Range Country HsMk, Beclabito Dome HsMk, Bethsheba Mine, Big Ditch Park, Black Copper Mine, Black Hawk Mine, Gold Hill, Granite Gap Mines, Hanover Mine, Blanchard Rock Shop, Hearst Church, Hiawatha & Little Jim Claims, Hidalgo Smelter, Hillsboro Historic District HsMk, Little Red Schoolhouse Museum, Little Fannie Mine, Merry Widow Mine, Midwest Refining Company Refinery, Mimbres, Mina del Tiro, Mine Shaft Tavern, Mineral Museum of the New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology, Pecos River Conference Center, Percha Valley Bank Museum, Peru Mining Company Deming Mill, Petaca Mining District, Seven Lakes Oil Pool, Shingle Canyon Mine, U.S. Gypsum Perlite Mine, U S. Potash Locomotive #1, U.S. Potash North Mine, York Canyon Mine, Zuni Salt Lake.

Text boxes: Ambrosia Lake Uranium District, Capitalization of Mine Names, Carlsbad Potash Mines, El Paso & Northeastern Railroad, George Hearst, Great Diamond Hoax, Juan de Onate, Maxwell Land Grant, Native American Mining in New Mexico, New Mexico Coal, New Mexico Copper, New Mexico Gold, New Mexico Iron, New Mexico Lead, New Mexico Petroleum, New Mexico Silver, New Mexico Uranium, New Mexico Zinc, Southwestern Railroad, Spanish/Mexican Mining in New Mexico, Stephen B. Elkins, Who Were the Spanish Era Miners?

Maps: New Mexico, Shiprock-Farmington, Red River Area, Red River, Raton, North Central, Santa Fe-Albuquerque, Cerrillos, Gallup-Grants, Gallup, Socorro Area, Magdalena, Socorro, White Oaks, Mogollon, Silver City-T/C, Silver City, Pinos Altos, Hanover, Lordsburg, Deming, Las Cruces, Carlsbad-Hobbs, Carlsbad, Potash & Salt Mining District

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This book is BRAND NEW from the publisher.


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