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Side 3498 - Newfoundland into this country during the year 1907; whilst, according to the statistics published by the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Commerce...
Side 3487 - In the report for 1909 the production was given for the first time of two important southern miningcenters, the Birmingham and the Chattanooga districts. In the Birmingham district are included, besides the mines in the immediate vicinity of Birmingham, those in eastern Alabama that ship ores to the furnaces at Birmingham. In the Chattanooga district are included those mines that ship ores to Chattanooga, Tenn., to Rome, Ga., and to Gadsden and Attalla, Ala.
Side 3514 - Survey, pt. 1, 1909, pp. 61-134. HAYES, CW, Iron ores of the United States: Papers on the conservation of natural resources: Bull. US Geol. Survey No. 394, 1909. The iron ores of the United States: Iron Age, Apr.
Side 3508 - The first steel produced in this country was probably made in Connecticut in 1728 by Samuel Higley and Joseph Dewey. Crucible steel was first successfully produced in the United States in 1832 at the works of William and John H. Garrard, at Cincinnati, Ohio.
Side 3494 - Swanzy areas. The Baraboo and Iron Ridge areas of southern Wisconsin and the Spring Valley area of northwestern Wisconsin are frequently also included in the Lake Superior district. In the first group of ranges the ore mined is almost entirely Algonkian hematite, belonging to the Huronian series. The Baraboo ore is of the same nature, but the Iron Ridge ore is Clinton hematite, and the Spring Valley ore is brown ore.
Side 3488 - ORE. In the following table is shown the production of various types of iron ore in the United States as far as has been recorded. The statistics from 1889 to the present were collected by the United States Geological Survey; those for 1860, 1870, and 1880 were collected for the census reports of those years; those for 1875 and 1881 were estimated by IL Bell;1 and those from 1882 to 1888, inclusive, were estimated by James M. Swank 2 from the pig-iron production.
Side 3451 - The corporation will then by its own final determination in its discretion award to each subscriber whom it shall find deserving thereof as many parts of such accumulated fund as he shall be entitled to on basis of the number of shares then held by him under this plan.
Side 3509 - Brown ore mining in the Russellville district: Stevens Inst. Indicator, January 1908. HAYES, CW Geological relations of the iron ores in the Cartersville district, Georgia: Trans. Am. Inst. Min. Eng., vol. 30, 1910, pp.
Side 3478 - All property subject to taxation shall be valued at its actual value, which shall be entered opposite each item, and shall be assessed at twenty-five per cent, of such actual value.
Side 3467 - ... the assessed valuation of real property in the state to the full value of such property. "The fact that the differences in mining cost vary greatly with the different properties, due to management, condition of the mine, presence of water, depth of ore, character of equipment, grades and location of ores, required the creating of more than one class of mining properties. The classes referred to in the memorandum above were created and the rates established for them were determined as far as possible...