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Mining Methods and Costs at Tintic Standard Mine, Tintic District, Utah.

United States. Bureau of Mines.

Mining Methods and Costs at Tintic Standard Mine, Tintic District, Utah.

by United States. Bureau of Mines.

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Written in English


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SeriesInformation circular (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 6360
ContributionsWade, J.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21737441M

Is the oldest formation mapped (geologic map) in the Tintic mining district. Occurs on west side of map in Juab Co, UT in the Great Basin province. South of Mammoth Gulch, in southwest part of map, the grayish-white to very pale pink, even-grained, quartz sandstone is represented by numerous inclusions of sandstone in Tertiary monzonite. Page - Geology of the East Tintic Mountains and ore deposits of the Tintic mining districts: Utah Geol. Soc. Guidebook to the geology of Utah no. 12, p. Appears in 39 books from Page - Morris, HT, and Lovering, TS, , Stratigraphy of the East Tintic Mountains, Utah: .

Geology and geochemistry of the Southwest Tintic porphyry copper system, Tintic mining district, Juab County, Utah Conference Paper (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure Author: Ken Krahulec. COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho, March 6, /PRNewswire/ -- Tintic Standard Gold Mines (OTC: TNTC) is pleased to announce that it has executed long term mining leases on the Lexington Silver Mine located.

It was the discovery of the rich Ontario Mine that initiated efforts to mine lode ores and acted as the catalyst for Park City's rapid growth and reputation as a great silver mining camp. In , shortly after its discovery, the mine was sold for $27, to George Hearst of San Francisco, and was run by R.C. Chambers until Anglesite: from Tintic Mining District, Silver City-Eureka area, Utah Anglesite from Centennial Eureka Mine, Tintic District, Juab County, Utah Anorthominasragrite, Orthominasragrite, Szomolnokite, Pyrite from North Mesa Mine, San Rafael District, Emery County, Utah (Type Locality for Anorthominasragrite and Orthominasragrite).


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Mining Methods and Costs at Tintic Standard Mine, Tintic District, Utah by United States. Bureau of Mines. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bythe Tintic District was the leading mining center of the state of Utah. Up to Januarythe Tintic District mines had produced metal amounting to $, The Tintic district is about six miles long by two miles wide which is divided between Utah and Juab counties.

Tintic Standard Mine (Tintic Standard Mines 2 & 3), Utah Co., Utah, USA: Located at Dividend, near Eureka. Coordinate spread for the three mines in the group: 39º57'06' - 39º57'21'; º03'31' - º03'53'.

Centennial Eureka Mine (Blue Rock), Eureka, Tintic Mining District, Juab Co., Utah, USA: A former Pb-Ag-Zn-Cu-Au mine located in sec. 24, T10S, R3W, SLM, km ( miles) N of Eureka and 1, feet N45W of Eureka Peak, on private land.

Discovered in Operated during the period. the mining costs were scaled down from the mayflower mine costs. the beneficiation costs were estimated with the u.s.

bureau of mines ces program. chief consolidated mining company corporated address: 2nd ave, ny, ny chief consol. general mining ofc: p o boxeureka, ut comment type: production. The Tintic Utah Mine is near Elberta, Utah. Historically the site has been part of the East Tintic Mining District.

The Tintic Utah Mine was closed at the time of data entry with no known plans to re-open. The Great Basin of the Intermontane Plateaus characterize the geomorphology of the surrounding area. The Tintic Mining District is the largest and most productive of all the Juab County Districts.

Credited with more than $ Million in production between andthe district was home to a number of famous mines, The "Big Four" of Eureka; the Gemini, Bullion-Beck, Eureka Hill, and Centennial Eureka, the Mammoth, Dragon, Grand Central, Colorado, Iron Blossom and more. Utah County, UT Manganese mines, mine companies, mine owners and mine information.

US-Mining provides information on mines, operators, and minerals mined in Utah County, UT. Utah County, Utah Mines. About the MRDS Mines Database: All mine locations were obtained from the USGS Mineral Resources Data System. The locations and other information in this database have not been verified for accuracy.

Tintic District Standard Mine Main Shafts Tintic Utah Mining Co. The Tintic Mining District of Utah survives as the best physical reminder of Utah's mining heritage. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in Marchthe district contains excellent examples of mining structures, residences, some commercial buildings, ruins.

This time our first stop was at the old Tintic Standard Mine workings above Burgen and Dividend in the East Tintic District. Of all the ore bodies in the area, these on the east side of the Tintic Mountains were the last discovered and the Tintic Standard Mine was in full production by the s.

Tintic Geology. To understand how the ore bodies in the Tintic District were deposited, we have to start about million years ago in the Precambrian Period when the western portion of the North American craton rifted away from the rest of the continent along a line where the Wasatch Front now lies – this Wasatch Line has been an important hinge line in Utah’s geology ever since.

Utah County, UT Zinc mines, mine companies, mine owners and mine information. US-Mining provides information on mines, operators, and minerals mined in Utah County, UT. Mining was first started in the Tintic District insince which time there have been great fluctuations in the amount of mineral annually produced, but now as shown by the development of Chief Consolidated, a much better knowledge of the ore deposits have been obtained, and there is also better methods of mining and ore treatment.

The Tintic Standard Reduction Mill —also known as the Tintic Mill or Harold Mill —built inand only operating from tois an abandoned refinery or concentrator located on the west slope of Warm Springs Mountain on the southern edge of Genola, Utah, United States.

The mill was designed and built by W. t city: Genola, Utah, United States. The East Tintic Mountains are a mountain range in central Juab, Utah, and Tooele counties in Utah, United States on the east margin of the Great Basin just west of the Wasatch Front about 50 miles (80 km) south-southeast of Salt Lake City.

The community of Eureka is an old mining town near the center of the range. U.S. Route 6 Passes through the central part of the range and through y: United States. The Tintic Lead And Cobre Mine Company is near Milford, Utah.

Historically the site has been part of the Preuss-San Francisco Mining District. The ore mined is composed of galena and tetrahedrite. The host rock in this area is volcanic rock (aphanitic) from the Pliocene epoch to million years ago. The Tintic Mining District was discovered in ~ and its geology/mineralogy was summarized by Wilson () who noted the presence of ~ species of minerals ”Much of the production of siliceous ore in the district [was] utilized by smelters in Tooele and Salt Lake City to mix with more iron-rich ores of Bingham.

Tintic has produced gold, silver, lead, copper, iron and zinc as its major. Utah State Historical Society; Funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Date of Photograph: May Date: Subject: Panoramas; Mines and mineral resources; Mills and mill-work; Mine buildings; Mountains: Corporate Name: Tintic Standard Mining Company: Spatial Coverage: Utah; Juab County; Tintic: Description.

The Tintic Mining District near Eureka was developed in the early s, just after the coming of the transcontinental railroad. The silver, lead, and gold ore was of such high value that the first mines were successful even with the high cost of wagon transportation.

In addition to the Tintic District, Juab county was home to the Mt. Nebo, West Tintic, Dugway, Kern, Indian Springs, and Pleasant Valley Districts among others. The bulk of mining activity was centered in the eastern portions of the county as transportation costs from the more remote western locations made mining of lesser grade ores impractical.

ic / mining methods and costs at tintic standard mine, tintic district, utah, pb, $ 30 ic / mining and engineering methods and costs of the hanover bessemer iron and copper company, fierro, new mexico, pb, $ 22 ic / some notes on underground transportation, pb, $ The Tintic mining district, located roughly 60 miles south of Salt Lake City, is the second most productive district in Utah.

The initial discovery in the Tintic district occurred in With the arrival of the railroad inthe mining operations expanded rapidly making Tintic the most productive district in Utah by   This mine is located on the east side of the mountain with the Mammouth mine being on the west side of the mountain, on the same axis, but not known to connect ore bodies.

Beautiful blue azurite crystals are found in the dumps of this mine. Gold was found in the silicious quartz at the ft. level. The spanish miners were all through Utah.