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Bureau of Mines / Minerals yearbook: Area reports: domestic 1978-79
Year 1978-79, Volume 2 (1978-1979)

Ballard, Rose L.
Statistical summary,   pp. 1-31 ff. PDF (2.8 MB)


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See footnotes at end of table. STATISTICAL SUMMARY 11 
Table 6.—Nonfuel mineral production1 in the United States, by State
—Continued 
 1977 1978 1979 
 Mineral . Value Value . Value 
Quantity (thousands) Qilafltit)T (thousands) Quantity (thousands) 
IDAHO—Continued 
Zinc (recoverable content of ores, etc.) metric tons.. — Combined
value
of barite (1977-78), cement, 
28,121 
$21,327 
32,353 
$22,111 
29,660 
$24,391 
garnet (abrasives), gypsum, lime, perlite, pumice, sand and pavel (industrial,
1977 and 1979), stone (dimension), tungsten ore (1977), vanadium, and values
indicated by symboiW                       
Total                        
XX 
100,966 
XX 
28,021 
XX 
36,055 
XX 
252,670 
XX 
299,227 
XX 
437,885 
ILLINOIS 
 Cement, portland — — thousand short ton&. —
1,823
61,849 2,112 80,242 1,889 19,604 
 Clays2 do~__ 951 5,117 742 3,185 542 2,355 
 Fluorspar short ton&. — 131,218 13,941 115,859 12,452
W W 
 Gemstones  NA 2 NA 15 NA 15 
 Peat thousand short ton&. — 82 1,478 84 1,594 86 1,610
 Sandandgravel do~ 37,633 101,230 43,450 127,900 45,448 134,190 
 Stone: 
   CrusheL do._  57,074  135,964  62,453  160,352  63,551  188,130 
   Dimension do__ 3 109 3 122 3 128 
 Combined value of barite, cement (masonry), 
  clays (fuller's earth), lead, lime, silver, 
  tripoli, zinc, and values indicated by symbol 
 W XX 48,641 XX 53,692 XX 70,498 
   Total XX 368,331 XX 439,554 XX 476,530 
INDIANA 
 Cement, portland - - thousand short tons  W W W W 2,389 95,549 
 Clays do__~ 1,268 2,237 1,277 2,495 1,185 2,341 
 Peat do_~.._ 51 759 57 789 76 1,242 
 Sandandgravel do~ 26,248 50,089 27,600 54,380 ~27,050 ~55,842 
 Stone: 
   CrusheL do~~ 26,740 61,392 33,394 80,523 34,134 92,533 
   Dimension do~ 244 11,804 234 12,972 340 19,543 
 Combined value of abrasives (natural), ce 
  ment (masonry), gypsum, lime, sand and 
  gravel (industrial, 1979), and values indi 
  catedbysymbolW  XX 120,445 XX 139,830 XX 59,036 
 Total XX 246,726 XX 290,989 XX 326,086 
IOWA 
Cement: 
 Masonry thousand short tons..  86 5,052 88 5,390 69 3,844 
 Portland do 2,645 99,383 2,646 101,335 2,371 109,628 
 Clays do.__ 883 2,461 894 2,694 870 2,883 
 Gemstones  NA 1 -- -- -- -- 
 Gypsum thousand short tons — 1,593 10,035 1,602 12,175 1,695 13,717
 Peat do~_. 16 266 6 182 11 270 
 Sandandgravel do.~ ~l6,600 ~33,290 ~17,670 ~37,310 17,495 39,686 
 Stone: 
   Crushed.. do~._ 29,183 76,964 31,310 88,618 32,471 103,215 
   Dimension do_~ W W 10 480 10 508 
 Combined value of other nonmetals and val 
  uesindicatedbysymbolW  XX 4,238 XX 5,316 XX 4,090 
 Total XX 231,690 XX 259,560 XX 277,901 
KANSAS 
Cement: 
 Masonry thousand short tons.~ 79 3,742 96 4,558 89 4,525 
 Portland do__ 2,020 72,815 2,083 78,717 2,086 88,619 
 Clays2 do.~_~ 1,117 1,965 1,161 2,314 1,061 2,636 
 Lime do__. 15 409 W W W W 
 Salt7 do~. 1,430 41,154 1,661 48,097 1,900 61,184 
 Sandandgravel do__ ~i3,973 ~23,299 ~14,260 ~24,330 14,280 26,490 
 Stone(crushed) do_. 17,229 41,807 18,578 48,803 19,308 56,038 


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