3 edition of Crow Branch Lead-Zinc Diggings and Vicinity Grant County, Wisconsin. found in the catalog.
Crow Branch Lead-Zinc Diggings and Vicinity Grant County, Wisconsin.
United States. Bureau of Mines.
|Series||Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 4027|
Wisconsin zinc-lead area and analyzed for lead, zinc, and "total heavy metals" (undifferentiated lead, zinc, and copper). at Crow Branch, kindly gave permission for the detailed work done The southwestern Wisconsin mining area lies, mostly, in the Drift- less Area of . Upper Mississippi Valley Mining District, Grant Co., Wisconsin, USA: The Upper Mississippi Valley Zinc-Lead District is the classic Mississippi Valley Type deposit. The first workings by Europeans settlers date back to , with the deposits known to Native Americans.
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Tom Hunt, an expert on Wisconsin's history with lead and zinc mining, walks the grounds of a former lead-processing site in Dodgeville on Oct. At left is a slag furnace, built in , that was once used to melt lead from nearby mines. (John Hart/Wisconsin State Journal via AP) By CHRIS HUBBUCH Wisconsin State Journal HIGHLAND (AP) — The first year Kurt Menke planted soybeans . In the early s, the attraction of Wisconsin lead mining brought thousands of settlers to Grant, Crawford, Iowa, and Lafayette counties in Southwest Wisconsin. By , there were more than 4, miners in Southwest Wisconsin, producing 13 million pounds of lead a year—more than half of the nation’s lead.
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Crow Branch lead-zinc diggings and vicinity, Grant County, Wis. (OCoLC) Online version: Lincoln, Francis Church. Crow Branch lead-zinc diggings and vicinity, Grant County, Wis.
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Author: Francis Church Lincoln. Crow Branch lead-zinc diggings and vicinity, Grant County, Wis. Report on the lead and zinc deposits of Wisconsin, with an atlas of detailed maps.
(Madison, Wis., The State, ), by U. Grant and Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey (page images at HathiTrust) The determination of cadmium in zinc concentrates / (), by C. Millar (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Grant has 66 identified mines listed in The Diggings™. The most commonly listed primary commodities in Grant mines are Zinc, Lead, and the time these mines were surveyed, 2 mines in Grant were observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine.
1 Grant has 3 prospect mines. 2 61 mines were in production at the time. Geologic investigations were begun in the Iowa portion of the Wisconsin-Illinois-Iowa zinc-lead district to appraise its potentialities: (1) for zinc ore in strata that elsewhere in the mining district contain large zinc ore bodies and (2) for lead and zinc deposits of the type that were mined extensively in Dubuque County, Iowa, during the 19th century.
Later plat maps don’t show it, but that earliest plat map shows the “Crow Branch Diggings” exactly here. Knut proclaimed himself a miner in on the U.S.
Census, and his Union army induction a few years later also has him as a miner. Obviously, Knut was one of the lead miners working the Crow Branch Mine in the s to early s. Wisconsin has 1, identified mines listed in The Diggings™.
The most commonly listed primary commodities in Wisconsin mines are Lead, Zinc, and the time these mines were surveyed, mines in Wisconsin were observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine.
1 Wisconsin has 40 prospect mines. 2 mines were in. Although southwestern Wisconsin is best known today for its rich farmlands, place names such as Mineral Point and New Diggings evoke an earlier time when local mines produced much of the nation's lead.
In the early nineteenth century, Wisconsin lead mining was more promising and attractive to potential settlers than either the fur trade or farming. Full text of "The Wisconsin archeologist" See other formats Vol.
15 December, No. 4 THE WISCONSIN ARCHEOLOGIST GRANT COUNTY INDIAN REMAINS C. Brown and A. Barton PUBLISHED BY THE WISCONSIN ARCHEOLOGICAL SOCIETY MILWAUKEE Vol. 15 December, No. 4 THE WISCONSIN ARCHEOLOGIST GRANT COUNTY INDIAN REMAINS C. Brown and A.
Barton PUBLISHED BY THE WISCONSIN. ri / stauber copper mine, guadalupe county, new mexico, pb, $ 26 ri / crow branch lead-zinc diggins and vicinity, grant county, wisconsin, pb, $ 6 ri / last chance mine, grant county, wisconsin, pb, $ 6 ri / central texas (llano) iron deposits, llano and mason counties, texas, pb, $ 6.
In Wisconsin, lead poisoning is most often linked to lead in the paint and varnish in our older homes. We say lead poisoning is typically a housing-based disease. Lead poisoning is caused by swallowing or breathing in dust from lead-based paint in older homes. Maps showing the aftermath of lead and zinc mining in Southwest Wisconsin became available in early October.
The maps build on digitized information about mine shafts, open-pit mines, smelters, abandoned rail lines and other features from the year history of mining for lead and zinc in Green, Lafayette, Grant and Iowa counties. ri / lincoln, f. / crow branch lead-zinc diggins and vicinity, grant county, wisconsin,6 pages, pc, $ 6 ri / lincoln, f.
/ last chance mine, grant county, wisconsin,5 pages, pc, $ 6 ri / investigations at the fairplay zinc and lead area, grant county, wisconsin, pc, $ 6. Maps of Kistler and Stephens Seitz East End KlarPiquette Hodge Grant County Homestead Royal and Acme mines. Maps of Enterprise Empire Southwestern Wisconsin M C Trego No 2 Wilson and Atkinson mines or Muscalunge Level.
Geologic map of Crow Branch mine area. Lead ore was the first metal ore mined in Wisconsin, followed by zinc and iron. Although southwestern Wisconsin is best known today for its rich farmlands, place names such as Mineral Point, Hardscrabble, New Diggings, Black Jack and Lead Mine evoke an earlier.
(H) Geology of the Cuba City, New Diggings, and Shullsburg quadrangles, Wisconsin and Illinois, by Thomas E. Mullens__ ____ _ _ (I) Geology of the Potosi quadrangle, Grant County, Wisconsin, and Dubuque County, Iowa, by Jesse W. Whitlow and Walter S.
West- 53&. The zinc and lead mines of the upper Mississippi Valley are in the southwest portion of Wisconsin and in adjacent parts of Illinois mid Iowa.
The boundaries of the region are in part indefinite, since sporadic occurrences of the minerals are found outside the mining region proper. It is usual to define the area as including Grant, Lafayette, and Iowa counties in Wisconsin, Jo Daviess County in. Galena. See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere.
Broader terms: Lead ores; Sulfide minerals; Used for: Blue lead; Galenite; Lead glance; Filed under: Galena Outlying occurences of galena, sphalerite, and fluorite in Illinois / (Urbana, Ill.: Illinois State Geological Survey, ), by James C.
Bradbury and Illinois State Geological Survey (page images at HathiTrust). CAPITAL CRIMES Grant County in its earlier and middle-age history was the abode of many representatives of the rougher elements of society, drawn hither by the mines and its proximity to the Mississippi, that famous water-way which served for many years previous to the war as a promulgator of vice as well as a pathway of commerce.
Grant County, WI Lead mines, mine companies, mine owners and mine information. US-Mining provides information on mines, operators, and minerals mined in Grant County, WI. The atlas describes four counties in Wisconsin, and refers to adjacent portions of Iowa and Illinois.
Lead mining in this part of the Driftless Area began in the s, and grew quickly. According to the soils department researchers, “from tothe mining district was by far the most important lead producing area in the United States.”.Grant Co., Wisconsin, USA: Grant County is underlain by Cambrian and Ordovician sedimentary rocks.
It is in Wisconsin’s Driftless Area, hence glacial sediments are sparse and the landscape is dominated by bedrock, locally.