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Minerals yearbook 1938

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Hughes, H. Herbert
Minerals yearbook 1938
Year 1937
Washington, D. C.: Bureau of Mines : United States Government Printing Office, 1938
1 volume : illustrations

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Contents

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

Foreword, Finch, John W. pp. III-[IV]

Contents, pp. V-VI

Introduction, Hughes, Herbert H. pp. VII-X

Statistical summary of mineral production, Clark, Martha B. pp. 1-[46]

World production of minerals and economic aspects of international mineral policies, McGrath, J. S. pp. 47-56

Gold and silver, Henderson, Chas. W.; Dunlop, J. P. pp. 57-80

Copper, Furness, J. W.; Meyer, H. M. pp. 81-108

Lead, Pehrson, E. W.; Meyer, H. M. pp. 109-130

Zinc, Pehrson, E. W. pp. 131-[154]

Lead and zinc pigments and zinc salts, Meyer, H. M.; Mitchell, A. W. pp. 155-166

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Alaska, Henderson, Chas. W. pp. 167-178

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Arizona, Gerry, C. N.; Luff, Paul pp. 179-[206]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in California, Merrill, Charles White; Gaylord, H. M. pp. 207-246

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Colorado, Henderson, Chas. W.; Martin, A. J. pp. 247-[284]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in the eastern and central states, Dunlop, J. P.; Meyer, H. M. pp. 285-[306]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Idaho, Gerry, C. N.; Luff, Paul pp. 307-328

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Montana, Miller, T. H. pp. 329-356

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Nevada, Merrill, Charles White; Gaylord, H. M. pp. 357-[388]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in New Mexico, Henderson, Chas. W.; Martin, A. J. pp. 389-406

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Oregon, Merrill, Charles White; Gaylord, H. M. pp. 407-420

Gold, silver, copper, and lead in South Dakota, Henderson, Chas. W.; Martin, A. J. pp. 421-426

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Texas, Henderson, Chas. W.; Martin, A. J. pp. 427-430

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Utah, Miller, T. H. pp. 431-[448]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Washington, Gerry, C. N.; Miller, T. H. pp. 449-460

Gold, silver, copper, and lead in Wyoming, Henderson, Chas. W.; Martin, A. J. pp. 461-[464]

Secondary metals, Dunlop, J. P. pp. 465-478

Iron ore, pig iron, ferro-alloys, and steel, Ridgway, Robert H.; Davis, H. W. pp. 479-[524]

Manganese and manganiferous ores, Ridgway, Robert H.; Davis, H. W. pp. 525-[540]

Chromite, Ridgway, Robert H. pp. 541-[550]

Nickel and cobalt, Pehrson, E. W.; Davis, H. W. pp. 551-[562]

Molybdenum, tungsten, and vanadium, Ridgway, Robert H.; Davis, H. W. pp. 563-576

Bauxite and aluminum, Franke, Herbert A.; Herring, C. T. pp. 577-[596]

Mercury, Meyer, H. M. pp. 597-[608]

Tin, Miller, R. B. pp. 609-622

Arsenic and bismuth, Franke, Herbert A. pp. 623-[634]

Magnesium, Franke, Herbert A.; Trought, M. E. pp. 635-[644]

Antimony and cadmium, Pehrson, E. W.; Umhau, John B. pp. 645-[660]

Platinum and allied metals, Davis, H. W. pp. 661-[670]

Minor metals, Tyler, Paul M. pp. 671-[686]

Bituminous coal, McMillan, M. E.; Anderson, R. L.; Tryon, F. G.; McBride, J. W. pp. 687-[746]

Pennsylvania anthracite, van Siclen, M., et al. pp. 747-778

Coke and byproducts, Shore, F. M.; Bennit, H. L. pp. 779-[794]

Fuel briquets and packaged fuel, Goodman, G. S. pp. 795-[808]

Peat, Shore, F. M. pp. 809-812

Petroleum and petroleum products, White, A. G.; Hopkins, G. R.; Breakey, H. A. pp. 813-[906]

Natural gas, Lott, F. S.; Hopkins, G. R. pp. 907-[944]

Natural gasoline, including liquefied petroleum gases, Hopkins, G. R. pp. 945-[962]

Carbon black, Hopkins, G. R.; Backus, H. pp. 963-[972]

Helium, Seibel, C. W.; Kennedy, H. S. pp. 973-976

Asphalt and related bitumens, Redfield, A. H. pp. 977-988

Cement, Bagley, B. W. pp. 989-1014

Stone, Bowles, Oliver; Coons, A. T. pp. 1015-[1058]

Slate, Bowles, Oliver; Schauble, M. pp. 1059-1066

Sand and gravel, Hughes, H. Herbert; Egge, G. pp. 1067-1082

Gypsum, Moyer, Forrest T. pp. 1083-[1092]

Lime, Moyer, Forrest T.; Coons, A. T. pp. 1093-1110

Clays: kaolin (china clay and paper clay), ball clay, fire clay, bentonite, fuller's earth (bleaching clays), and miscellaneous clay, Tyler, Paul M.; Metcalf, Robert W. pp. 1111-1124

Magnesite and other magnesium compounds, Tyler, Paul M.; Davis, A. E. pp. 1125-1134

Abrasive materials, Johnson, Bertrand L.; Davis, A. E. pp. 1135-1150

Sulphur and pyrites, Ridgway, Robert H.; Mitchell, A. W. pp. 1151-1166

Phosphate rock, Johnson, Bertrand L.; Warner, K. G. pp. 1167-1186

Talc, pyrophyllite, and ground soapstone, Johnson, Bertrand L.; Warner, K. G. pp. 1187-1194

Fluorspar and cryolite, Davis, H. W. pp. 1195-1210

Feldspar, Metcalf, Robert W. pp. 1211-1220

Asbestos, Bowles, Oliver; Warner, K. G. pp. 1221-1228

Barite and barium produts, Johnson, Bertrand L.; Warner, K. G. pp. 1229-1238

Potash, Hedges, J. H. pp. 1239-[1254]

Mica, Tyler, Paul M.; Warner, K. G. pp. 1255-1268

Salt, bromine, calcium chloride, and iodine, Coons, A. T.; Harris, F. E. pp. 1269-[1284]

Natural sodium compounds and boron minerals, Coons, A. T. pp. 1285-[1290]

Gem stones, Ball, Sydney H. pp. 1291-[1298]

Minor nonmetals: carbon dioxide, graphite, greensand, kyanite, lithium minerals, meerschaum, mineral wool, monazite, olivine, strontium minerals, and vermiculite, Tyler, Paul M. pp. 1299-1314

Employment and accidents in the mineral industries, Adams, W. W. pp. 1315-1326

Index, Winslow, M. E. pp. 1327-1339


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