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The tin deposits of the Carolinas

Joseph Hyde Pratt

The tin deposits of the Carolinas

by Joseph Hyde Pratt

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Published by E.M. Uzzell & co., public printers and binders in Raleigh .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Carolina.,
  • South Carolina.
    • Subjects:
    • Tin ores -- North Carolina.,
    • Tin ores -- South Carolina.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Joseph Hyde Pratt and and Douglass [!] B. Sterrett.
      SeriesNorth Carolina. Geological survey, 1891-1925. Bulletin, no. 19
      ContributionsSterrett, Douglas Bovard, 1883- joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN473.N8 P8
      The Physical Object
      Pagination64 p.
      Number of Pages64
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL250539M
      LC Control Numbergs 05000828
      OCLC/WorldCa3767997

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pratt, Joseph Hyde, Tin deposits of the Carolinas. Raleigh: E.M. Uzzell & Co., (OCoLC) Study on the potential for tin (cassiterite) and lithium (spodumene) in granite pegmatites in the previous work in the area, geology, pegmatite structure and mineralogy, and tin and lithium resources.

25 pages, 5 map plates (3 in rear map pocket), 2 figures (maps), and 1 table (in rear map pocket) listing all known tin deposits in. The tin-spodumene belt of the Carolinas: a preliminary report / by T.L. Kesler. Format Online Resource Book Published [Washington, D.C.]: United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, Washington: United States Government Printing Office Description.

(J) The tin-spodumene belt of the Carolinas, a preliminary report --(K) Tin deposits of Irish Creek, Virginia --(L) The Three Kids manganese district, Clark County, Nevada --(M) Nickel-copper deposit at Snipe Bay, Baranof Island, Alaska --(N) Antimony deposits of the Stampede Creek area, Kantishna district, Alaska --(O) Nickel-copper deposit at.

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Notes Title from title screen (viewed J ). Includes bibliographical references. Subject headings Tin ores--Virginia. Mines and mineral resources. The monazite deposits of the Carolinas by W.

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Contrast that with Southeast Asia. The Carolina Gold Rush, the first gold rush in the United States, followed the discovery of a large gold nugget in North Carolina inby a year-old boy named Conrad spotted the nugget while playing in Meadow Creek on his family's farm in Cabarrus County, North Carolina.: 11 Conrad took the 17 pounds ( kg) gold nugget home to show his father.

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The Weinebene spodumene deposit is located in Carinthia, about km southwest of Vienna. It is hosted by the medium- to high-grade metamorphic rocks of the Koralpe.

The spodumene-bearing pegmatites form unzoned, dikelike bodies in eclogitic amphibolites and kyanite-bearing micaschists with concordant foliations. Their lateorogenic emplacement is probably of Variscan by:   Martyr died inbut this report was published posthumously in a book named “De Orbe Novo” (About the New World.) The book has been published and translated numerous times in the centuries since then.

The passages concerning the land that would become Georgia and the Carolinas were always included, but generally ignored.

Known to exist sincechromite is found in Yancey County’s Day Book Mine and in Buncombe County’s Democrat Mine, as well as in deposits in Iredell, Macon, and Jackson Counties.

After mining between and and during both world wars, chromite came to be considered a reserve mineral. Copper. Element found as sulfides such as. This detailed travelogue, the concluding part of a two-volume work written primarily for a British readership, discusses the United States' geological resources and offers critical observations about the manners and customs of its different peoples.

It was written over a decade after the author explored St. Peter's River--the "Minnay Sotor" of the book's title--inand draws upon the. potential for containing undiscovered deposits of gold and silver, as well as of copper, lead, zinc, molybdenum, and tin. The volcanic slates are deeply weathered in places forming clay and shale and soils generally have high silt contents.

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There are coal, silver, lead, tin and zinc deposits in the mountains. Geography. Rising from the shores of the Buor-Khaya Gulf in Age of rock: Cretaceous. HCWA shows deposits of tungsten, mercury, copper, silver, coal, lignite, potash, salt, lead pyrites, antimony, tin, zinc, uranium, and oil; the Portuguese tungsten and Spanish copper, mercury and iron deposits are deemed “major.” Some iron deposits are low.

posits in the Black Hills, the Carolinas, and Bohemia, states: "These occurrences illustrate, therefore, a complete gradation from the tin vein type to cassiterite as a primary constituent in the consolidation of a molten magma." The latter refers to cassiterite in pegmatite.

Spurr () in his book on ore-magmas goes into considerable detailFile Size: 1MB.CHAPTER 24 Recent Continental Sedimentary Environments and Cainozoic Unconsolidated Continental Sediments GLACIAL ENVIRONMENTS AND DEPOSITS Introduction At present, about 10% of the Earth T s surface is covered by glacial ice and up to 30% of the surface may have been ice covered during the Cainozoic glaciations in the not very.Martyr died inbut this report was published posthumously in a book named “De Orbe Novo” (About the New World.) The book has been published and translated numerous times in the centuries since then.

The passages concerning the land that would become Georgia and the Carolinas were always included, but generally ignored.