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Minerals yearbook 1934

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Kiessling, O. E.
Minerals yearbook 1934
Year 1933
Washington, D. C.: Bureau of Mines : United States Government Printing Office, 1934
1 volume : illustrations

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Contents

[Title page], pp. [I]-[II]

Foreword, Turner, Scott pp. III-IV

Contents, pp. V-[X]

Introduction, Kiessling, O. E. pp. XI-XIV

The status of the mineral industries, Turner, Scott pp. 1-8

Statistical summary of mineral production, Clark, M. B.; Shuey, E. T. pp. 9-[12]

Mineral production in foreign countries, Kiessling, O. E.; Jones, L. M. pp. 13-[24]

Gold and silver, Henderson, Chas. W. pp. 25-52

Copper, Julihn, C.E.; Meyer, H. M. pp. 53-[78]

Lead, Pehrson, Elmer W.; Meyer, H. M. pp. 79-[100]

Zinc, Pehrson, Elmer W. pp. 101-122

Lead and zinc pigments and zinc salts, Pehrson, Elmer W.; Meyer, H. M. pp. 123-[138]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Arizona, Idaho, and Montana, Gerry, C. N.; Miller, T. H.; Luff, Paul pp. 139-148

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in California, Horton, F. W.; Gaylord, H. M. pp. 149-158

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Colorado, Henderson, Chas. W. pp. 159-[190]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in the eastern and central states, Dunlop, J. P.; Meyer, H. M. pp. 191-208

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Nevada, Horton, F. W.; Gaylord, H. M. pp. 209-[220]

Gold, silver, copper, lead and zinc in New Mexico, Henderson, Chas. W. pp. 221-[234]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Oregon, Horton, F. W.; Gaylord, H. M. pp. 235-250

Gold, silver, copper, and lead in South Dakota, Henderson, Chas. W. pp. 251-[256]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Texas, Henderson, Chas. W. pp. 257-[260]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Utah, Gerry, C. N.; Miller, T. H. pp. 261-[286]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Washington, Gerry, C. N.; Miller, T. H. pp. 287-298

Gold, silver, copper, and lead in Wyoming, Henderson, Chas. W. pp. 299-302

Secondary metals , Dunlop, J. P. pp. 303-[316]

Iron ore, pig iron, ferro-alloys, and steel, Kiessling, O. E.; Davis, H. W. pp. 317-366

Bauxite and aluminum, Julihn, C.E. pp. 367-384

Mercury, Jackson, Charles F.; Meyer, H. M. pp. 385-[398]

Manganese and manganiferous ores, Ridgway, Robert H. pp. 399-416

Molybdenum, Hess, Frank L. pp. 417-434

Tungsten , Hess, Frank L. pp. 435-444

Tin, Merrill, Charles White pp. 445-[464]

Chromite, Ridgway, Robert H. pp. 465-[476]

Antimony, Shore, F.M. pp. 477-486

Arsenic , Petar, A. V.; Gerry, C. N. pp. 487-[494]

Radium, uranium, and vanadium, Hess, Frank L. pp. 495-506

Platinum and allied metals, Davis, H. W. pp. 507-516

Minor metals, Tyler, Paul M.; Petar, A. V. pp. 517-[542]

Nickel , Julihn, C.E. pp. 543-550

Ore concentration, Miller, T. H. pp. 551-[554]

Coal, Rogers, H. O.; Tryon, F. G. pp. 555-586

Coke and byproducts, Young, W. H.; Bennit, H. L. pp. 587-626

Recent developments in coal preparation and utilization, Fieldner, A. C. pp. 627-[644]

Fuel briquets , Young, W. H.; Clark, J. B. pp. 645-652

Crude petroleum and petroleum products, Hopkins, G. R. pp. 653-690

The chemistry and refining of petroleum, Rue, H. P.; Smith, H. M. pp. 691-706

Fluid-energy relations in production of petroleum and natural gas, Cattell, R. A.; Fowler, H. C. pp. 707-[722]

Natural gas, Swanson, E. B.; Struth, H. J. pp. 723-[736]

Natural gasoline, Shea, G.B. pp. 737-[746]

Carbon black, Hopkins, G. R.; Backus H. pp. 747-[756]

Helium, Seibel, C. W.; Kennedy, H. S. pp. 757-764

Asphalt and related bitumens, Redfield, A. H. pp. 765-774

Cement, Hughes, H. H.; Bagley, B. W. pp. 775-[798]

Dimension stone, Bowles, Oliver; Coons, A. T. pp. 799-816

Slate, Bowles, Oliver; Coons, A. T. pp. 817-828

Crushed and broken stone, Thoenen, J. R. pp. 829-[836]

Sand and gravel, Hughes, H. H.; Allan, M. pp. 837-848

Gypsum, Metcalf, R. W. pp. 849-860

Lime, Hatmaker, Paul; Coons, A. T. pp. 861-[872]

Clay , Tyler, Paul M.; Metcalf, R. W. pp. 873-[888]

Abrasive materials, Bowles, Oliver; Davis, A. E. pp. 889-906

Sulphur and pyrites, Ridgway, R. H.; Mitchell, A. W. pp. 907-928

Salt, bromine, calcium chloride, and iodine, Coons, A. T. pp. 929-[946]

Phosphate rock, Johnson, Bertrand L.; Stoddard, B. H. pp. 947-[968]

Fuller's earth, Adams, W. W.; Metcalf, R. W. pp. 969-974

Talc and ground soapstone, Emery, Alden H.; Stoddard, B. H. pp. 975-984

Fluorspar and cryolite, Davis, H. W. pp. 985-[998]

Feldspar, Rogers, H. O.; Metcalf, R. W. pp. 999-[1008]

Asbestos, Bowles, Oliver; Stoddard, B. H. pp. 1009-1016

Barite and barium products, Tyler, Paul M.; Stoddard, B. H. pp. 1017-1030

Potash, Hedges, J. H. pp. 1031-1046

Magnesium and its compounds, Partridge, E. P.; Davis, A. E. pp. 1047-1056

Mica, Horton, F. W.; Stoddard, B. H. pp. 1057-1074

Natural sodium compounds and boron minerals, Coons, A. T. pp. 1075-1078

Precious and semiprecious stones (gem minerals), Ball, Sydney H. pp. 1079-1096

Mine safety: safety in mining, Harrington, D. pp. 1097-1114

Index, pp. 1115-1154


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