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Johnson County, Tennessee Mines The Diggings™

Barium-Barite, Cobalt, Iron, Manganese, and Mercury mines located in Johnson County, Tennessee.

Johnson County, WY mining, mines, mine owners and

386 行  Johnson County, WY mines, mine companies, mine owners and mine information. US-Mining

Johnson County Tennessee Mines HomeTownLocator

76 行  Johnson County, Tennessee Mines: A listing of all the Mines in Johnson County, TN with

Johnson County, Wyoming Mines Western Mining

Johnson County, Wyoming Mines About the MRDS Mines Database: All mine locations were obtained from the USGS Mineral Resources Data System. The locations and

Top Mines in Johnson County, TN

Top Mines in Johnson County, TN. Mine. Place or area from which commercial minerals are or were removed from the Earth; not including oilfield. Related terms: pit

Mining In Johnson County, Wyoming The Diggings™

348 USGS records of mines in Johnson County, Wyoming. Uranium, Manganese, Gold, Copper, and Selenium mines located in Johnson County, Wyoming.

Johnson County Wyoming Mines

Johnson County, Wyoming Mines: A listing of all the Mines in Johnson County, WY with maps, driving directions, and a local area search function.

Coal Mining and Mines of Johnson County, Illinois

2020-5-5  Featuring Coal Mining Johnson Countyis a county located in the southern part of the State of Illinois. 37.46° N, 88.87° W As of 2000, the population was 12,878 and in

Johnson Co., Tennessee, USA Mindat Mines,

Johnson Co., Tennessee, USA : This page contains all mineral locality references listed on mindat.

Johnson Mine (Johnson Camp Mine), Johnson Camp,

Johnson Mine (Johnson Camp Mine), Johnson Camp, Cochise Mining District, Little Dragoon Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona, USA : A former medium output

Johnson County, Wyoming Mines Western Mining

Johnson County, Wyoming 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. It should be assumed that all mines are on private property.

Top Mines in Johnson County, TN

Top Mines in Johnson County, TN. Mine. Place or area from which commercial minerals are or were removed from the Earth; not including oilfield. Related terms: pit, quarry, shaft. See also: Locales and Parks Man-made. There are 82 mines in Johnson County, Tennessee. 1;

Johnson County ISGS

2019-8-9  directory of coal mines for johnson county, illinois (august 2019) 778 jennings (j. c.) jennings 2 strip 1956-1956 new burnside johnson 11s 4e 8 875 herod mining corp. herod 2 strip 1965-1965 reynoldsburg johnson 11s 4e 32 893 meko mining corp. meko strip 1969-1969 new burnside johnson 11s 4e 5 893 new burnside coal co.

Johnson County Wyoming Mines

Johnson County, Wyoming Mines: A listing of all the Mines in Johnson County, WY with maps, driving directions, and a local area search function.

Coal Mining and Mines of Johnson County, Illinois

2020-5-5  Johnson County is a county located in the southern part of the State of Illinois. 37.46° N, 88.87° W As of 2000, the population was 12,878 and in 2010 the population was 12,582. The county seat is Vienna. Johnson County was organized in 1812 out of Randolph County, and was named for Richard M. Johnson, a U.S. Congressman from Kentucky.

Johnson Mine (Johnson Camp Mine), Johnson Camp,

Johnson Mine (Johnson Camp Mine), Johnson Camp, Cochise Mining District, Little Dragoon Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona, USA : A former medium output Cu-Ag-Pb-Au-Zn-W-Mo-Be-Wollastonite occurrence/mine located in the SE ¼ sec. 23 and sec. 26, T15S, R22E, G&SRM, ½ mile NNE of the town of Johnson. Discovered 1880. First

Phillips Prospect Topo Map in Johnson County,

Historical Weather. Below are weather averages from 1971 to 2000 according to data gathered from the nearest official weather station. The nearest weather station for both precipitation and temperature measurements is MOUNTAIN CITY 2 which is approximately 6 miles away and has an elevation of 2,510 feet (439 feet lower than Phillips Prospect).

Wyoming Mine Locations TrainWeb

2002-10-12  Johnson County: A-#93 Mine Johnson 435213N 1060014W Fort Reno SE Alice-Mae Mine Johnson 434308N 1060612W Dry Fork Ranch Antelope Mine Johnson Bybee Mines Johnson 434423N 1063123W Kaycee NE Campbell #1 Mine Johnson 434700N 1062349W Fourmile Reservoir Carter Pit Mine Johnson 441619N 1063937W

Coal Hill (Johnson County) Encyclopedia of Arkansas

For a short time in the late nineteenth century, Coal Hill, located on U.S. Highway 64 in western Johnson County, was unofficially the largest incorporated city in the county.By the 1880s, it was a major coal-producing area, leading the state in tons mined. In 1888, it became the center of a state investigation into the mistreatment of convict labor employed in the mines.

History of Johnson County TN Johnson County

Johnson County was created from parts of Carter County, because of the long distance to travel to the county seat in Elizabethton. The first session of the county court was begun and held at the Pleasant Grove School House on May 2, 1836. In October of 1836, the county commissioners were given authority to contract for the building of a court

Johnson County Wyoming Mines

Johnson County, Wyoming Mines: A listing of all the Mines in Johnson County, WY with maps, driving directions, and a local area search function.

Johnson County Encyclopedia of Arkansas

2020-1-29  Johnson County has been the location of much of the state’s coal mining as well as one of the centers of the state’s peach industry.The northern section of Johnson County is located within the Boston Mountains, which consists of the entire southern boundary of the Arkansas Ozarks, and within the boundaries of the Ozark National Forest.It is characterized by mountains, thickly forested

Wyoming Mine Locations TrainWeb

2002-10-12  Johnson County: A-#93 Mine Johnson 435213N 1060014W Fort Reno SE Alice-Mae Mine Johnson 434308N 1060612W Dry Fork Ranch Antelope Mine Johnson Bybee Mines Johnson 434423N 1063123W Kaycee NE Campbell #1 Mine Johnson 434700N 1062349W Fourmile Reservoir Carter Pit Mine Johnson 441619N 1063937W

Coal Hill (Johnson County) Encyclopedia of Arkansas

For a short time in the late nineteenth century, Coal Hill, located on U.S. Highway 64 in western Johnson County, was unofficially the largest incorporated city in the county.By the 1880s, it was a major coal-producing area, leading the state in tons mined. In 1888, it became the center of a state investigation into the mistreatment of convict labor employed in the mines.

Blasting Johnson County Kansas

2021-5-28  Based on studies conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Mines, windows would be one of the first things to break as a result of blasting damage. Studies have found as a general rule it takes approximately 171 dB for windows to break. Other structural damage is possible at 180 dB. Once again the maximum limit for airblast enforced by Johnson County is

Van Lear Historical Society Inc. Home of the Coal

2019-7-13  Van Lear, Kentucky, was incorporated in 1912 in Johnson County. Named for Van Lear Black, a director of Consolidation Coal Company, the town owes its existence to the entrepreneurial efforts of John Caldwell Calhoun Mayo, born in Pike County, Kentucky, who taught in a one-room school near the confluence of Miller’s Creek and Sorghum Hollow.

Kentucky Coal Mine Maps

2019-4-16  Kentucky Coal Mine Map

Kentucky Mine Mapping Information System

Users of the Kentucky Mine Mapping Information System web site and all associated data and resources should carefully read the metadata to determine if a particular published resource is of sufficient accuracy for their particular application.

Illinois Coal Mines; History and Genealogy

2021-2-16  Moultrie County, Illinois Madison Coal Corporation with mines at : Cambria, Williamson County Dewmaine, Williamson County Divernon, Sangmon County Glen Carbon, Madison County Mt. Olive, Macoupin County Tilden, Randolph County Williamson, Williamson County O'Gara Coal Company Old Ben Coal Company + No 22 Mine ~ Valier Coal Mine Franklin County, IL.

Organization and Early History in Johnson County,

2018-2-16  JOHNSON COUNTY Population in 1940, 18,795. Named for Benjamin Johnson. Johnson County was created from part of Pope County by the act of November 16, 1833, and was named for Benjamin Johnson, who was appointed one of the territorial judges in 1820 and held the office until the state was admitted in 1836.