Arizona Geological Survey Bulletins


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Published: 1927
In 1923 the attention of engineers was first directed to the Emmet Mercury Boiler, and much interest was aroused by the statement that tests conducted at Hartford, Conn., had demonstrated that the...
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Bulletin No. 122
Mineral Technology Series No. 29

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Published: 1917
In view of the lack of petroleum production in the State of Arizona and the probability of its occurrence, the State Bureau of Mines is to publish a series of bulletins, of which this is the first...
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Bulletin No. 65
Oil Series No. 1

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Published: 1930
This pamphlet has been compiled as a text to be used in the Arizona Bureau of Mines extension lectures on "Prospector's Mineralogy." Many of the people attending these lectures,...
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Bulletin No. 128
Mineral Technology Series No. 33

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Published: 1932
The first publication of the Arizona Bureau of Mines on Arizona Gold Placers was written by Mr. M. A. Allen, then geologist with the Bureau, and appeared in 1922 as Bulletin 118. It was mainly a...
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Bulletin No. 132
Mineral Technology Series No. 34

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Published: 1934
This pamphlet has been compiled as a text to be used in the Arizona Bureau of Mines' extension lectures on "Prospector's Mineralogy." Many of the people attending these lectures...
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Bulletin No. 136
Mineral Technology Series No. 36

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Published: 1916
lntroduction:-The copper industry in the United States has enjoyed a year of unparalleled prosperity during 1915. It is needless to explain the conditions which have so greatly affected our copper...
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Bulletin No. 37
Mineral Technology Series No. 14

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Published: 1935
The Arizona Bureau of Mines receives many inquiries regarding methods for treating gold and silver ores. Due to the widespread interest in the treatment of these ores at this time, the similarity...
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Bulletin No. 138
Metallurgical Series No. 4

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Published: 1935
This little book consists principally of a series of articles that appeared during 1919 and 1920 in the Arizona Mining Journal (now the Mining Journal), published at Phoenix, Arizona. Each chapter...
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Bulletin No. 139
Geological Series No. 8

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Published: 1933
The first publication of the Arizona Bureau of Mines on Arizona Gold Placers was written by Mr. M. A. Allen, when Geologist with the Bureau, and appeared in 1922 as Bulletin 118. It was mainly a...
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Bulletin No. 135
Mineral Technology Series No. 35

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Published: 1920
Fully half of the many inquiries that reach the Arizona Bureau of Mines can be answered satisfactorily only by one with a rather thoro knowledge of the geology of Arizona. Unfortunately,...
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Bulletin No. 104
Geological Series No. 1

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Published: 1928
The name asbestos is derived from the Greek word for inextinguishable or indestructible, and the adjective asbestiform. is applied to any mineral that is readily separable into more or less...
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Bulletin No. 126
Mineral Technology Series No. 31

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Published: 1927
Many people feel the lure of gold, and dream of finding great nuggets of the gleaming yellow metal. The wonderful thrill of such a discovery must, however, be experienced vicariously, if at all, by...
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Bulletin No. 124
Mineral Technology Series No. 30
Second Edition, Revised

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Published: 1932
Because few other metals can at this time be mined profitably and because the purchasing power of gold has so greatly risen, great interest is being taken in that metal and hundreds of people are...
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Bulletin No. 133
Metallurgical Series No. 3

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Published: 1928
From the time the Arizona Bureau of Mines was created it has been flooded with requests for a bulletin that would give a fairly accurate idea of the importance and magnitude of the mineral...
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Bulletin No. 125
Annual Review Series No. 1

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Published: 1930
Manganese does not occur as a native metal, but is found in nature in a great variety of combinations with other elements, whereby it forms a part of more than 100 minerals. Practically all of the...
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Bulletin No. 127
Mineral Technology Series No. 32

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Published: 1930
When the first report on the Mineral Industries of Arizona was published in 1928 as Bulletin 125, it was planned to issue such a report annually, but the Bureau found itself financially unable to...
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Bulletin No. 129
Biennial Review Series No. 2

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Published: 1931
This publication has been prepared to replace Bulletins No. 65, "Oil and Its Geology," No. 69, "Prospecting for Petroleum," and No. 116, "Petroleum," issued by the...
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Bulletin No. 130
Oil Series No. 5

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Published: 1920
The Tucson and Amole Mountains are so accessible for visitors to Tucson that it is believed a brief description of the geology and mineral resources of these mountains will prove welcome. It is...
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Bulletin No. 106
Geological Series No. 2

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Published: 1920
This pamphlet has been compiled as a text to be used in the Arizona Bureau of Mine's extension lectures on "Prospector's Mineralogy." Many of the people attending these lectures...
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Bulletin No. 105
Mineral Technology Series No. 23
Third Edition, Revised

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Published: 1968
The "Big Hole" was the name miners gave to the United Verde mine, for with its many shafts, raises, large stopes, and miles of drifts and tunnels, it was one of the largest mines in the...

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