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Minerals yearbook 1940

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Hughes, H. Herbert
Minerals yearbook 1940
Year 1939
Washington, D. C.: Bureau of Mines : United States Government Printing Office, 1940
1 volume : illustrations

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Contents

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

Foreword, Sayers, R.R. pp. III-IV

Contents, pp. V-VI

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

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

Gold and silver, Henderson, Chas. W. pp. 47-[72]

Copper, Meyer, H. M. pp. 73-106

Lead, Peherson, E. W.; Meyer, H. M. pp. 107-[126]

Zinc, Pehrson, E. W. pp. 127-148

Lead and zinc pigments and zinc salts, Meyer, H. M.; Mitchell, A. W. pp. 149-162

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Alaska, Henderson, Chas. W. pp. 163-[178]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Arizona, Miller, T. H.; Luff, Paul pp. 179-206

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in California, Merrill, Charles White; Gaylord, H. M. pp. 207-248

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Colorado, Henderson, Chas. W. pp. 249-[286]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Eastern and central states, Dunlop, J. P.; Meyer, H. M. pp. 287-308

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Idaho, Miller, T. H.; Luff, Paul pp. 309-[336]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Montana, Miller, T. H.; Luff, Paul pp. 337-368

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Nevada, Merrill, Charles White; Gaylord, H. M. pp. 369-[396]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in New Mexico, Henderson, Chas. W.; Martin, A. J. pp. 397-[416]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Oregon, Merrill, Charles White; Gaylord, H. M. pp. 417-[432]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in South Dakota, Henderson, Chas. W.; Martin, A. J. pp. 433-[440]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Texas, Henderson, Chas. W.; Martin, A. J. pp. 441-444

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Utah, Miller, T. H.; Luff, Paul pp. 445-[464]

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Washington, Miller, T. H.; Luff, Paul pp. 465-480

Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Wyoming, Henderson, Chas. W.; Martin, A. J. pp. 481-484

Secondary metals--nonferrous, Earle, James S. pp. 485-502

Iron and steel scrap, Earle, James S.; Carmony, Harold E. pp. 503-526

Iron ore, pig iron, ferro-alloys, and steel, Ridgway, Robert H.; Davis, H. W. pp. 527-570

Manganese and manganiferous ores, Ridgway, Robert H.; Davis, H. W. pp. 571-[590]

Chromite, Ridway, Robert H. pp. 591-604

Nickel and cobalt, Davis, H. W. pp. 605-[616]

Molybdenum, tungsten, and vandium, Ridgway, Robert H.; Davis, H. W. pp. 617-[636]

Bauxite and aluminum, Franke, Herbert A.; Trought, M. E. pp. 637-658

Mercury, Meyer, H. M.; Mitchell, A. W. pp. 659-676

Tin, Pehrson, E. W.; Umhau, John B. pp. 677-[702]

Arsenic and bismuth, Franke, Herbert A. pp. 703-716

Magnesium, Franke, Herbert A.; Trought, M. E. pp. 717-[726]

Antimony and cadmium, Pehrson, E. W.; Umhau, John B. pp. 727-[748]

Platinum and allied metals, Davis, H. W. pp. 749-758

Minor metals, Tyler, Paul M. pp. 759-772

Bituminous coal , McMillan, M. E.; Anderson, R. L.; Young, W. H. pp. 773-834

Pennsylvania anthracite, van Siclen, M.; Mann, L.; Bradley, J .R. pp. 835-866

Coke and byproducts, van Siclen, M.; Otero, M. M.; Cooke, M. F. pp. 867-922

Fuel briquets and packaged fuel, Goodman, G. S. pp. 923-[936]

Peat, Corgan, Joseph A.; Richardson, A. L. pp. 937-940

Crude petroleum and petroleum products, White, A. G.; Hopkins, G. R.; Breakey, H. A. pp. 941-1040

Natural gas, Lott, F. S.; Hopkins, G. R. pp. 1041-1078

Natural gasoline and liquefied [sic] petroleum gases, Hopkins, G. R. pp. 1079-1094

Carbon black, Hopkins, G. R.; Backus H. pp. 1095-1102

Helium, Seibel, C. W.; Kennedy, H. S. pp. 1103-1106

Asphalt and related bitumens, Redfield, A. H. pp. 1107-1118

Cement, Bowles, Oliver; Balser, E. V. pp. 1119-[1160]

Stone, Bowles, Oliver; Jensen, M. S. pp. 1161-[1196]

Slate, Bowles, Oliver; Jensen, M. S. pp. 1197-[1204]

Sand and gravel, Hughes, H. Herbert; Tucker, G. E. pp. 1205-[1226]

Gypsum, Moyer, Forrest T. pp. 1227-1236

Lime, Moyer, Forrest T.; Coons, A. T. pp. 1237-1252

Clays, Tyler, Paul M.; Linn, A. pp. 1253-[1270]

Abrasive materials, Metcalf, Robert W. pp. 1271-1286

Sulfur and pyrites, Ridgway, Robert H.; Mitchell, A. W. pp. 1287-1300

Phosphate rock, Johnson, Bertrand L.; Warner, K. G. pp. 1301-1320

Talc, pyrophyllite, and ground soapstone, Johnson, Bertrand L.; Warner, K. G. pp. 1321-[1332]

Fluorspar and cryolite, Davis, H. W.; Trought, M. E. pp. 1333-[1352]

Feldspar, Metcalf, Robert W. pp. 1353-1362

Asbestos, Bowles, Oliver; Warner, K. G. pp. 1363-1372

Barite, witherite, and barium chemicals, Johnson, Bertrand L.; Warner, K. G. pp. 1373-[1386]

Potash, Hedges, J. H. pp. 1387-1402

Mica, Tyler, Paul M.; Warner, K. G. pp. 1403-[1420]

Salt, Coons, A. T.; Harris, F. E. pp. 1421-[1434]

Magnesium compounds, bromine, calcium chloride, iodine, sodium sulfate, borates, and miscellaneous salines, Tyler, Paul M.; Coons, A. T. pp. 1435-1452

Gem stones, Ball, Sydney H. pp. 1453-[1466]

Carbon dioxide; graphite; greensand; kyanite, andalusite, and dumortierite; lithium minerals; meerschaum; mineral wool; monazite; olivine; pinite; serpentine; strontium minerals; topaz; and vermiculite, Tyler, Paul M. pp. 1467-[1482]

Employment and accidents in the mineral industries, Adams, W. W. pp. 1483-[1494]

Index, Winslow, Mabel E. pp. 1495-1514


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