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New Jersey Mining Company A Gold Producing Company in Idaho

NJMC Mill Office P.O. Box 1019 Kellogg, ID 83837 (208) 625-9001

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The Sterling Hill Mining Museum

Nestled in the small town of Ogdensburg, New Jersey is the Sterling Hill Mining Museum. What once was one of the world's richest zinc ore deposits and REnowned zinc mine is now a world famous museum and attraction. Come have a fun scientific adventure with our underground mine tour.

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Lost Mineral Localities: The Mill Site, Franklin, New Jersey

Back when the mine had been open, the NJ Zinc Co. had used tons of Franklin Mine rock to shore up the pilings for the trestle that carried the ore cars to the mill. This made the Mill Site one of Franklin's best above-ground places to collect minerals (after '54 there were no more underground ones).

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New Jersey Mines Mining Artifacts

The 11 iron ore veins of the Mount Hope Mine outcropped jutted out from the ground. Aiming in a northeast direction, they dove deep into the earth. Mining started in open pits on the surface, then went underground with the ore vein. One of the sub-mines went down 2,740 feet!, the New Leonard Mine, put into operation during World War II.

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The Andover Mine in New Jersey Northwest New Jersey

Compared to other iron mines in northwestern New Jersey, the Andover Mine was not very deep, only a short portion being underground. Most of its ore was mined out of the large surface cut. Including the amount taken out of the cut and the adjacent underground workings, this ore deposit was nearly a quarter-mile long.

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New Jersey Historic Mining Sites

All during the early 1800's, the mining, smelting and forging of iron was equally important in hundreds of locations throughout Northwest New Jersey. The unique ore deposits of Sussex County's Sterling Hill Mine Tour and Museum in Ogdensburg and Mine Hill (Franklin) provided an era of analysis and exploitation which eventually aided in the

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Iron Mines at Mount Hope New York-New Jersey Trail

Known locally as the Richard Mine, Mount Hope Historical Park was once a booming iron mining and processing site. It forms a part of the original Mount Hope Tract, first developed by John Jacob Faesch in 1772. Over the course of the years, three separate veins of ore each of which runs in a southwesterly-to-northeasterly direction were mined on the property.

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Mill site dump, Franklin Mine, Franklin, Franklin Mining

Mill site dump, Franklin Mine, Franklin, Franklin Mining District, Sussex County, New Jersey, USA : THIS IS NOT A MINERAL OCCURRENCE LOCALITY. It is now the site of an apartment complex for senior citizens built in 2007. All material formerly on this

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New Jersey's abandoned mines: Hidden underground danger

May 31, 2018· New Jersey has 2,700 locations where mining or prospecting occurred, according to a 2014 state report. There are about six on Morris County

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Lost Mineral Localities: The Mill Site, Franklin, New Jersey

Back when the mine had been open, the NJ Zinc Co. had used tons of Franklin Mine rock to shore up the pilings for the trestle that carried the ore cars to the mill. This made the Mill Site one of Franklin's best above-ground places to collect minerals (after '54 there were no more underground ones).

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Mining In New Jersey The Diggings™

New Jersey has 718 identified mines listed in The Diggings™. The most commonly listed primary commodities in New Jersey mines are Iron,Copper,and Zinc .At the time these mines were surveyed, 32 mines in New Jersey were observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine. 1 New Jersey has 29 prospect mines. 2 628 mines were

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New Jersey Historic Mining Sites

All during the early 1800's, the mining, smelting and forging of iron was equally important in hundreds of locations throughout Northwest New Jersey. The unique ore deposits of Sussex County's Sterling Hill Mine Tour and Museum in Ogdensburg and Mine Hill (Franklin) provided an era of analysis and exploitation which eventually aided in the

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New Jersey Mine Tour Mining History Association

Jun 19, 2005· The Sterling Hill Mining Museum in nearby Ogdensburg, New Jersey, preserves the mine and mill as it was when production stopped in 1986. Its surface and underground tour interprets the entire cycle of mining from drilling, blasting, and loading the ore and transportation of the ore

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The Andover Mine in New Jersey Northwest New Jersey

Compared to other iron mines in northwestern New Jersey, the Andover Mine was not very deep, only a short portion being underground. Most of its ore was mined out of the large surface cut. Including the amount taken out of the cut and the adjacent underground workings, this ore deposit was nearly a quarter-mile long.

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Fluorescent Rocks of Sterling Hill Mine Ogdensburg, New

The mine was placed on both the New Jersey Register of Historic Places and the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. Know Before You Go The public tour operating schedule changes with the

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Eagle Mine Western Mining History

Comment: COPPER-SILVER ORE MINED OUT AS OF DECEMBER 1977. Comment Type: Development: Comment: New Jersey Zinc Co. consolidated several mines and properties, including the Little Chief, Iron Mask, Belden, and Black Iron mines, into the Eagle mine by 1918. The Newhouse tunnel, near the railroad, and the Wilkesbarre shaft provide main access to

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Mill site dump, Franklin Mine, Franklin, Franklin Mining

Mill site dump, Franklin Mine, Franklin, Franklin Mining District, Sussex County, New Jersey, USA : THIS IS NOT A MINERAL OCCURRENCE LOCALITY. It is now the site of an apartment complex for senior citizens built in 2007. All material formerly on this

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Iron Mines at Mount Hope New York-New Jersey Trail

Known locally as the Richard Mine, Mount Hope Historical Park was once a booming iron mining and processing site. It forms a part of the original Mount Hope Tract, first developed by John Jacob Faesch in 1772. Over the course of the years, three separate veins of ore each of which runs in a southwesterly-to-northeasterly direction were mined on the property.

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NJDEP NJGS IC Graphite Deposits in the New Jersey

historic annual reports of the New Jersey Geological Survey indicate that between 1882 and 1883 the Bloomingdale Mine produced 300 tons of ore, and in 1928 the Annandale Mine produced 45 tons of ore. The size of the graphite deposits varied from mine to mine. Widths of ore zones ranged from 4

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