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

Lockard, D. W.; Schilling, John H.
Nevada,   pp. 337-349 ff. PDF (1.4 MB)


Page 348

Table 1O.—Principal producers 
Commodity and company Address Type of activity County 
Barite 
 FMCCorp_________________ 
 Milchem, Inc_______________ 
 Dresser Minerals_____________ 
 IMCO Services, Inc___________ 
 NL Industries, Inc 
 StandardSlagCo____________ 
 AllMinerals,Inc_____________ 
Cement: 
 NevadaCementCo.1 
Clays: 
Centex Corp________________ Industrial Minerals Ventures 
 WesternTalcCo             Copper. 
 The Anaconda Co             
 DuvalCorp.2                
 Kennecott Copper Corp.3________ Diatomite 
 Eagle-Picher Industries, Inc______ 
 Cyprus Industrial Minerals Co 
Fluorspar: 
 J. Irving Crowell, Jr___________ 
Gold: 
 Carlin Geld Mining Co.4 
Idaho Mining Co  
 Smokey Valley Mining Co_______ 
 Standard Slag Co             
Surface mine      Surface mine and mill 
— — — _do_________ 
Surface mine and mill and plant. 
Surface mine and mill 
- - - _do_____ 
— - ~. _do_________ 
Plant__________ 
Surface mine      Surface mine and mill 
Mine___________ 
Surface mine       
Open pit mine      
Surface mine    
- - _do_________ Surface mine and plant 
— - - _do_________ 
Lander. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Elko. 
Nyc. 
Do. 
Lyon. 
Pershing. 
Nyc. 
Do. 
Lyon. 
Elko. 
Lander. 
White Pine. 
Pershing and 
Storey. 
Churchill. 
Underground mine - - Nyc. 
Surface mine    
- — - do_____ 
— — — _do_____ 
— — — _do_________ 
Surface mine and plant 
— — _do_____ 
— _do_________ 
Surface mine    
— — — _do_________ 
Elko. 
Eureka. 
Nye. 
Lincoln. 
Clark. 
Do. 
Pershing. 
Eureka. 
Pershing. 
Mine Lincoln. 
Surface mine and plant 
— — — _do_________ 
Clark. 
Lincoln. 
See footnotes at end of table.348 
MINERALS YEARBOOK, 1978-79 
was because the State's largest producer, producer in 1979. the Pan American
Mine in Lincoln County, closed in 1978 because of depressed lead-zinc 1&ate
mineral specialist, Spokane, Wash. 
market conditions. This operation account- 2Director, Nevada Bureau of Mines
and Geology, Reno, ed for nearly all of the zinc output in 1978. Nev. 
Gold Creek Silver Mines was the principal 
Gypsum: 
The FlintkoteCo.5            DivisionPabco,Inc___________ 
 United States Gypsum Co.6______ Iron ore: 
 NevadaBarthCorp___________ 
 CooneyBros________________ 
Lead: 
 BunkerHill Co.7              
Lime: 
TheFlintkoteCo SierraChemicalsCo 
Box 531 
Battle Mountain, NV 89820 
Box 272 
Battle Mountain, NV 89820 
Box 375 
Battle Mountain, NV 89820 
Box 861 
Battle Mountain, NV 89820 
Box 1675 
Houston, TX 77001 
Box 10477 
Reno, NV 89510 
Box 63 
Round Mountain, NV 89045 
Fernley, NV 89408___ 
— _do____________ 
Box 237 
Lothrop Wells, NV 89020 
Box 398 
Beatty, NV 89003 
Box 1000 
Weed Height, NV 89443 
Box 65 
Wendover, UT 84083 
Box 451 
Battle Mountain, NV 89820 
McGill, NV 89318______ 
Box 1869 
Reno, NV 89505 
Box 455 
Fernley, NV 89408 
Box 96 
Beatty, NV 89003 
Box 979 
Carlin, NV 89822 
Box 328 
Eureka, NV 89316 
Box 480 
Round Mountain, NV 89045 
Box 97 
Pioche, NV 89043 
Box 2900 
Las Vegas, NV 89101 
Box 14186 
Las Vegas, NV 89114 
Empire, NV 89405______ 
Box 425 
Carlin, NV 89822 
Box 568 
Lovelock, NV 89419 
Box 276 
Pioche, NV 89043 
Box 3598 
North Las Vegas, NV 89030 
Box 67 
Pioche, NV 89043 


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