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Gold and coal resources of Alaska

Gold and coal resources of Alaska

speech of Hon. Watson C. Squire of Washington, in the Senate of the United States, February 28, 1895.

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gold mines and mining -- Alaska,
  • Coal mines and mining -- Alaska

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 14887
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (8 fr.).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20790801M
    ISBN 100665148879

    Canada. Location: Northern North America, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean and North Pacific Ocean, north of the conterminous US Map references: North America Area: total area: 9,, sq km land area: 9,, sq km comparative area: slightly larger than US Land boundaries: total 8, km, US 8, km (includes 2, km with Alaska). Statehood Act and AS Reservation [of Rights to Alaska], the State retains ownership of the mineral estate that may be in or upon the land that it sells. This retention is for all minerals, including both locatable minerals (such as gold, copper and silver, etc.), .

    Border States: Alaska is not bordered by any other states. Most of Alaska is surrounded by water. To the north is the Arctic Ocean, (the Beaufort Sea and the Chukchi Sea). To the south is the Gulf of Alaska and Pacific Ocean. To the west is the Bering Sea. Alaska's land borders Canada to the east and south. Citizens: Alaska Citizens. Mining is the extraction of valuable minerals or other geological materials from the Earth, usually from an ore body, lode, vein, seam, reef or placer deposits form a mineralized package that is of economic interest to the miner. Ores recovered by mining include metals, coal, oil shale, gemstones, limestone, chalk, dimension stone, rock salt, potash, gravel, and clay.

    Filed under: Gold mines and mining -- Alaska -- Fiction Burning Daylight, by Jack London (Gutenberg text) Burning Daylight (New York: The Daily Worker, c), by Jack London (multiple formats at . Also, one of 7 members on the Donlin Creek, Alaska gold discovery - a deposit with drilled and inferred resources of million ounces with >$42 billion in gold! Reported by the Northern Miner as one of the largest undeveloped gold deposits in the world and the largest undeveloped gold Author: The Gem Hunter.


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Alaska Statutes and Alaska Administrative Code. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES Division of Mining, Land and Water. October Table of Contents Laws and Regulations For: Section I. Mining Claims, Prospecting Sites, & Leases Page 1 - 25 Section II. Plans of Operation andFile Size: KB. @article{osti_, title = {Coal resources of Alaska}, author = {Sanders, R.B.}, abstractNote = {In the late s, whaling ships carried Alaskan coal, and it was used to thaw ground for placer gold mining.

Unfortunate and costly political maneuvers in the early s delayed coal removal, but the Alaska Railroad and then World War II provided incentives for opening mines.

Get this from a library. Gold and coal resources of Alaska: speech of Hon. Watson C. Squire of Washington, in the Senate of the United States, Febru [Watson C Squire].

What are some natural resources in Alaska. A book of the names and address of people living in a city. some natural resources of australia are minerals,coal,and gold.

Alaska: gold rush Gold miners with their supplies near Dyea, Alaska, Rare Book and Special Collections Division/Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Newer initiatives include the Kensington gold mine, located about 45 miles (72 km) north-northwest of Juneau, and the Pebble Project, a mineral exploration plan in the Bristol Bay region.

The U.S. Congress passed two significant legislative acts in that led to development of coal resources of Alaska: (1) the Alaska Coal Leasing Act promoted opening mines in the Alaskan coalfields and (2) the Alaska Railroad Enabling Act authorized construction of the railroad from Anchorage to Fairbanks, which encouraged the use of coal by.

A History of Mining on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska traces the story of the hardy pioneers who participated in the eager search for coal, chromite, lime, oil, and of course, gold.

It is a story of fervent dreams and dashed hoped; of people and their ingenuity in coping with problems encountered in few other places on earth; of quiet, hopeful Cited by: 1.

Gold mining in Alaska, a state of the United States, has been a major industry and impetus for exploration and settlement since a few years after the United States acquired the territory from Russia.

Russian explorers discovered placer gold in the Kenai River inbut no gold was produced. Gold mining started in from placers southeast of Juneau, Alaska. The Gold Book. The publication Surface Operating Standards and Guidelines for Oil and Gas Exploration and Development (commonly referred to as the Gold Book) was developed to assist operators by providing information on the requirements for obtaining permit approval and conducting environmentally responsible oil and gas operations on federal lands and on private surface over Federal minerals.

Alaska possesses vast amounts of coal, probably a major portion of the world's remaining coal a result, the choices that are made in Alaska regarding coal development will have a major local and global impact. Even though small-scale mining began here in the 's, coal mining has never taken off in Alaska.

Usibelli Coal Mine has been the only active coal mine in the state since. Includes insets of "Trails from tide water to the headwaters of the Yukon River," "Alaska and The Klondike gold region, Canada." "The base is a copy of a part of chart T of the U.S.

Coast and Geodetic Survey, edition of June ". Mineral resources of Alaska; report on progress of investigations in [Brooks, Alfred Hulse] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Mineral resources of Alaska; report on progress of investigations in figure showing See aim Kachemak Bay. Homestake Creek, gold on Hook Bay, coal of coal of, section of Author: Alfred Hulse Brooks. A book of the names and address of people living in a city What are three natural resources in Alaska.

Wiki User seafood, natural gas, gold, coal, diamonds, Related. Alaska \ Apollo Consolidated Mining Co. Apollo Consolidated Mining Co. By Gabe Emerson. F rom aroundthe Apollo Consolidated Mine operated a narrow gauge railroad to gold mines at Apollo mountain on Unga Island, just South of the Alaska Peninsula.

The railroad was 30″ gauge and may have used horses prior to In that year, the company bought an Baldwin steam. Since its earliest days, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has played a critical role in the development of Alaska.

During the gold rushes of the s, the USGS encouraged settlement and development of the region by mapping routes to the gold fields. Today the USGS maintains an Alaskan Science Center in Anchorage to study the region’s natural resources, hazards, and ecosystems.

Relief shown by hachures. Includes parts of the Yukon Territory and northern British Columbia. Includes 2 inset maps: The Klondike gold field, Canada -- Trails from Tide Water to the headwaters of the Yukon River, Alaska. Accompanied by: Map of Alaska: showing known gold-bearing rocks Washington, D.C.: United States Geological Survey, 44 p.

Available also through the Library of. Coal Development in Alaska. Coal was officially discovered in Alaska inwith the first documented production in Small-scale mining is recorded at numerous sites throughout the state, with local mines being developed to fuel river steamboats, placer gold mines, and canneries before Coal Resources (Worldwide): Recoverable coal is approximately billion short tons ( numbers).

Page vii - Reconnaissances in the Cape Nome and Norton Bay regions, Alaska, in‎ Appears in 48 books from Page - The coal resources of the Yukon, Alaska.

Copy in "Coal Creek Operating Reports," Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve. 9 The dredge operated by Alluvial Golds Inc. on Woodchopper Creek was the last to operate in the Circle District.

Edward H. Cobb, Placer Deposits of Alaska, USGS Bulletin (Washington DC: Government Printing Office, ), Alaska contains half the nation's coal reserves, and its largest silver and zinc mines. Glittering gold in Alaska's streams and mountains still lure miners to work private claims.

Alaska's rich natural resources, including silver, gold, copper, natural gas, and endless acres of pristine wilderness, encourage the hearty to continue exploring. two areas in the north and central parts of the Cedar Mountain Wilderness Study Area, and low for the remainder of the area.

The study area also has no potential for sand and gravel resources or for geothermal energy resources. Character and Setting The Cedar Mountain Wilderness Study Area (WY- ) lies within the Bighorn : C.E.

Larsen.California Mining and Minerals. Public lands in California provides opportunities for the exploration, development, and production of mineral resources, one of our most basic natural resources. With California's high population and large urban interface, mineral materials such as sand, gravel, and crushed stone are extracted from BLM.The gold and coal fields of Alaska: together with the principal steamer routes and trails Relief shown by hachures.

Includes parts of the Yukon Territory and northern British Columbia. Includes parts of the Yukon Territory and northern British Columbia.