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Author United States. Congress. House.

Title Mineral Resources of the United States, calendar year 1901, [by] David T. Day, chief of Division of Mines and Mineral Resources. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1902

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Physical description 999 p. : tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 4483
House document / 57th Congress, 2nd session. House ; no. 17
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 57th Congress, no. 17
Notes Table of contents, p. 3.
Mineral resources of the United States, 1901, by David T. Day, p. 13.
Iron ores, by John Birkinbine, p. 43.
Statistics of the American iron trade for 1901, by James M. Swank, p. 73.
Gold and silver, by George E. Roberts, p. 117.
Manganese ores, by John Birkinbine, p. 127.
Copper, by Charles Kirchhoff, p. 157.
Lead, by Charles Kirchhoff, p. 199.
Zinc, by Charles Kirchhoff, p. 211.
Aluminum and bauxite, by Joseph Struthers, p. 225.
Platinum, by Joseph Struthers, p. 231.
Quicksilver, by Joseph Struthers, p. 235.
Lithium, by Joseph Hyde Pratt, p. 239.
Nickel and cobalt, by Joseph Hyde Pratt, p. 241.
Antimony, by Joseph Struthers, p. 251.
Arsenic, by Joseph Struthers, p. 257.
Bismuth, by Joseph Struthers, p. 259.
Tungsten, molybdenum, uranium, and vanadium, by Joseph Hyde Pratt, p. 261.
Titanium ores, by W.O. Snelling, p. 271.
Coal, by Edward W. Parker, p. 279.
Coke, by Edward W. Parker, p. 451.
Petroleum, by F.H. Oliphant, p. 525.
Natural gas, by F.H. Oliphant, p. 613.
Asphaltum and bituminous rock, by Joseph Struthers, p. 633.
Stone, p. 641.
Clay-working industries, by Jefferson Middleton, p. 671.
Cement, p. 721.
Precious stones, by George F. Kunz, p. 729.
Talc and soapstone, by Joseph Hyde Pratt, p. 773.
Abrasive materials, by Joseph Hyde Pratt, p. 781.
Phosphate rock, by Joseph Struthers, p. 811.
Greensand marl, by Arthur L. Parsons, p. 823.
Sulphur and pyrite, by Joseph Struthers, p. 829.
Gypsum, by Joseph Struthers, p. 843.
Salt, by Joseph Struthers, p. 853.
Bromine, by Joseph Struthers, p. 867.
Borax, by Joseph Struthers, p. 869.
Mica, by Joseph Hyde Pratt, p. 873.
Fluorspar and cryolite, by Joseph Hyde Pratt, p. 879.
Asbestos, by Joseph Hyde Pratt, p. 887.
Graphite, by Joseph Struthers, p. 897.
Mineral paints, by Joseph Struthers, p. 901.
Barytes, by Joseph Hyde Pratt, p. 915.
Fuller's earth, p. 921.
Flint and feldspar, by Heinrich Ries, p. 935.
Chromite, or chromic iron ore, by Joseph Hyde Pratt, p. 941.
Monazite, by Joseph Hyde Pratt, p. 949.
Strontium ores, by Joseph Hyde Pratt, p. 955.
Magnesite, by Joseph Struthers, p. 959.
Mineral waters, by Albert C. Peale, p. 961.
Ores of economic importance, by Edmund O. Hovey, p. 967.
Index, p. 975.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Chester, Vt.: NewsBank, inc., 2006. Available via the World Wide Web. Access restricted to Readex U.S. Congressional Serial Set subscribers.
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Other author Birkinbine, John.
Day, David T., (David Talbot)
Hovey, Edmund Otis.
Kirchhoff, Charles William Henry.
Kunz, George Frederick.
Middleton, Jefferson.
Oliphant, F.H.
Parker, Edward W., (Edward Wheeler)
Parsons, Arthur L.
Peale, A.C., (Albert Charles)
Pratt, Joseph Hyde.
Ries, Heinrich.
Roberts, George Evan.
Snelling, Walter O., (Walter Otheman)
Struthers, Joseph.
Swank, James Moore.
Vaughan, Thomas Wayland.
United States. Dept. of the Interior.
United States. Geological Survey.
Subject Abrasives.
Aluminum.
Antimony.
Arsenic.
Asbestos.
Asphalt.
Bauxite.
Bismuth.
Borax.
Bricks.
Bromine.
Cement.
Ceramics and pottery.
Chromium.
Clay.
Coal mines and mining.
Coal.
Cobalt.
Coke.
Copper.
Exports.
Feldspar.
Flint.
Fluorspar.
Foreign trade.
Gold.
Granite.
Graphite.
Greensand.
Gypsum.
Imports.
Industrial production.
Iron and steel industry.
Iron.
Lead.
Limestone.
Lithium.
Magnesium.
Manganese.
Marble.
Mercury (Metal)
Mica.
Mineral production.
Mineral waters.
Molybdenum.
Monazite.
Natural gas.
Nickel.
Paint.
Petroleum.
Phosphates.
Platinum.
Pottery industry.
Precious stones.
Salt.
Sandstone.
Shale.
Silver.
Soapstone.
Springs.
Steel.
Stone.
Strontium.
Sulphur.
Talc.
Titanium.
Tungsten.
Uranium.
Vanadium.
Water and water supply.
Zinc.
Annual Reports.
Executive Department Publications.
Monographs.