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Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey » Mining: Iron

Limited amounts of high-grade iron ore were first mined in Wisconsin in the 1850s in the Black River Falls District of Jackson County and the Ironton area of Sauk County. More substantial iron mining of high-grade ore began in the Gogebic and Florence Districts

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Mining In Wisconsin | The Diggings™

Wisconsin has 1,148 identified mines listed in The Diggings™. The most commonly listed primary commodities in Wisconsin mines are Lead , Zinc , and Copper .At the time these mines were surveyed, 127 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. 2 974 mines were in ...

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Overview of ferrous (iron) mining in Wisconsin | Wisconsin DNR

Mar 26, 2013 · The deposit contains up to 30% iron in the form of magnetite and hematite. Because the iron ore is of lower grade than the naturally concentrated hematitic ore bodies mined previously in northern Wisconsin, the ore must be concentrated and processed into

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Past and potential ferrous (iron) mining projects in Wisconsin

Because the iron ore in this deposit is of lower grade than the natural hematitic ores previously mined in northern Wisconsin, the ore must be concentrated and processed into taconite pellets prior to shipping to a smelter. Historic photo from the Germania Mine in Hurley.

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Mining – Iron County Economic Development

A significant resource of high-grade iron ore remains in the western and eastern parts of the range. Mining of the Gogebic Range in Wisconsin began in 1885, and within six months of the development of the mining industry, the city of Hurley went from a population of 80 to more than 2,500 people.

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Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey » Galena

— Galena was mined from an occurrence that originally was in a natural cave at the St. John Mine in Potosi (SW NW SW sec. 34 T.3N. R.2E.) (Mudrey, 1978). — Mined at the Woodman lead mine, NW NE Sec. 27 T.7N R.4W where the ore is in silicified Prairie du Chien group rocks (Heyl and West, 1982).

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Neda Mine State Natural Area - Wisconsin DNR

Aug 31, 2021 · Neda Mine is an abandoned iron mine at the base of the Niagara dolomite escarpment that contains one of the largest bat hibernacula in Wisconsin. Between the overlying dolomite and the underlying Maquoketa shale is a twenty-foot-wide vein of sedimentary oolitic iron ore. Both shaft and open pit mining occurred here from the mid-1800's until 1914.

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Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey » Hematite

The hematite is red to black, oolitic to massive, earthy to hard. It was associated with goethite and an array of phosphate minerals (Chamberlain, 1877, Hawley and Beavens, 1934; U.S.G.S., 1976; Paull, 1977). It was mined along Iron Ridge near Mayville in Sec. 12 and 13 T.11N R.16E until the mid-1970’s. Beds up to 55 feet thick occurred.

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Iron Mining in Wisconsin | Wisconsin Historical Society

The major iron mining area from the mid-1880s to the mid-1960s was the Gogebic Iron Range, which extends for 80 miles from Lake Gogebic in Michigan to Lake Namekagon in Wisconsin. Forty-five of the 70.7 million tons of ore produced from the Gogebic Iron Range in Wisconsin came from the Cary Mine near Hurley and the Montreal Mine at Montreal.

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Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey » Hematite

The hematite is red to black, oolitic to massive, earthy to hard. It was associated with goethite and an array of phosphate minerals (Chamberlain, 1877, Hawley and Beavens, 1934; U.S.G.S., 1976; Paull, 1977). It was mined along Iron Ridge near Mayville in Sec. 12 and 13 T.11N R.16E until the mid-1970’s. Beds up to 55 feet thick occurred.

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Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey » Galena

— Galena was mined from an occurrence that originally was in a natural cave at the St. John Mine in Potosi (SW NW SW sec. 34 T.3N. R.2E.) (Mudrey, 1978). — Mined at the Woodman lead mine, NW NE Sec. 27 T.7N R.4W where the ore is in silicified Prairie du Chien group rocks (Heyl and West, 1982).

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Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey » Copper

— Copper at the Wisconsin Mine (Edwards Mine) NE SE Sec. 2 T.47N R.13W occurred as “shot and nugget” ore with copper masses weighing 1-15 lbs. Associated minerals are prehnite, calcite, quartz and epidote (Sweet, 1880).

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Learn About Wisconsin's Amazing Mining History At This ...

May 26, 2018 · Home to a University of Wisconsin campus, this area has a deep mining history that drew immigrants from across Europe. Starting in the mid-1840s and going well into the 1970s, this area was rife with lead and zinc mining. Today, you can visit a fascinating museum that’s preserved this history and even head down into an abandoned mine.

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Digging for Gems, Minerals and Fossils in Wisconsin

The numerous copper mines situated throughout the state are a source of malachite found in Wisconsin. There are many copper mines that are associated with malachite deposits. Many are located in Crawford, Douglas, and Iowa counties. Other deposits of malachite have also been found at mines in Forest, Grant, Green Lake, Polk, and Rusk counties.

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Gold Panning in Wisconsin. Where to go Prospecting for Gold

Most of the gold found prospecting in Wisconsin is very fine textured flour gold, brought down from Canada and deposited by glaciers. This glacial gold does not accumulate in large enough quantities to interest large mining companies, but recreational prospectors can find placer gold throughout the streams and rivers of Wisconsin.

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Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey » Silver

Silver in Flambeau Mine in Rusk County, Wisconsin. Cluster about 0.5 mm across. (Photo and specimen by Dan Behnke.) Description: Native silver is found in hydrothermal veins or, more rarely, as a supergene mineral. It is associated with gold, and a variety of sulfides such as galena, pyrite and acanthite. Major silver mineralization is found ...

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Cary Iron Mine In Hurley, Wisconsin | The Diggings™

Hurley, Wisconsin. The Cary Iron Mine is in Hurley, Wisconsin. Historically the site has been associated with the Wisconsin Gogebic Iron Mining District which is now part of the Ottawa National Forest. The site was first discovered in 1848 by A. Randall. The Cary Iron Mine was closed at the time of data entry with no known plans to re-open.

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From Boom to Bust: John E. Burton ... - minds.wisconsin.edu

the 1860’s, ore was shipped from Lake Superior to eastern processing plants.1 Railroads were the main conveyor of iron ore from the mines to the ships. During the late nineteenth century, railroads carried ore, agriculture, and people. At one point in time, it was the largest mode of transportation in the United States. The Gogebic range

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Iron Mining in Wisconsin - Wisconsin Historical Markers on ...

Aug 09, 2008 · The Montreal and Cary mines closed in the 1960s when the steel industry changed from using high-grade iron ore from deep-shaft mines to using abundant taconite ore that could be economically mined by the open-pit method. At the time of closing, the Montreal and Cary mines were producing ore form workings nearly one mile deep. The last iron ore ...

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THE LAKE SUPERIOR IRON RANGES: GEOLOGY AND MINING

MINING HISTORY First ore discoveries and mines: Marquette Range, Michigan: Ore discovered 1844, first ore shipment 1852 Menominee Range, Michigan: Discovered 1846, first mine 1870 Gogebic Range, Michigan and Wisconsin: discovered 1848, first mine 1884

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Opinion | The Fight for Wisconsin’s Soul - The New York Times

Mar 29, 2014 · The Fight for Wisconsin’s Soul. By Dan Kaufman. March 29, 2014. Read in app. A tributary of the Bad River, whose headwaters in Wisconsin are

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Miner Vale to slow down iron ore production in Q4 due to ...

Oct 19, 2021 · (Reuters) -Brazilian miner Vale SA said on Tuesday it was slowing down production of low-margin iron ore in the fourth quarter by about 4 million tonnes due to low prices, and could cut back ...

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Mining in Wisconsin: Promise or peril? | Science ...

Oct 09, 2011 · MELLEN — For Mayor Joe Barabe, the $1.5 billion iron ore mine that would be dug into the top of a heavily wooded and deeply green ridge in the nearby Penokee Hills is just what his Northern Wisconsin city of about 700 needs. “This is a

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ore mined in wisconsin

ore mined in wisconsin Recent and potential metallic mining projects in Wisconsin Feb 11, 2020 Location: Chequamegon National Forest, Taylor County The Bend Copper-Gold Deposit is located approximately 19 miles north-northwest of the city of Medford in Ta

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Wisconsin

Wisconsin is not noted for many Gem Minerals. We do have a few old lead mines in the South Western part of the state. Their is all so Iron ore in the north in the Montreal area. The Montreal Mine was one of them. It is the deepest iron ore mine in the world at over one mile deep. This is a photo of a piece of Hematite from that mine.

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Mines | Wisconsin DNR

Mining in Wisconsin. Local governments have primary responsibility for regulating nonmetallic mines, but the DNR provides oversight for local reclamation programs and ensures that quarries, gravel pits and other operations meet state reclamation requirements. Nonmetallic mining operations must also get DNR water permits, and some need air ...

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Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey » Chalcopyrite

— Chalcopyrite is the major ore mineral found at a group of small copper mines located in T.4N. R.3E. near Mineral Point. These include the Temby Mine in the NE 1/4 Sec. 5, the Beach Mine in the N 1/2 Sec. 4 and the Wasley Mine, N 1/2 SE 1/4 NE 1/4 Sec. 5.

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Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey » Copper

— Copper at the Wisconsin Mine (Edwards Mine) NE SE Sec. 2 T.47N R.13W occurred as “shot and nugget” ore with copper masses weighing 1-15 lbs. Associated minerals are prehnite, calcite, quartz and epidote (Sweet, 1880).

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Ore Mined In Wisconsin

Crandon: Firm may abandon battle to mine ore. MELLEN — For Mayor Joe Barabe, the $1.5 billion iron ore mine that would be dug into the top of a heavily wooded and deeply green ridge in the nearby Penokee Hills is just what his Northern Wisconsin city of about 700 needs.

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A study of the “Iron Ridge” Mine: an excerpt from When ...

Theresa, Wisconsin 53091 Abstract: Mining began at the Iron Ridge Mine (now commonly called Neda Mine) in 1849. The ore is relatively concentrated (nearly 55% iron by weight) and was easily mined initially because some deposits were surficial and of a loosely-cemented granular structure. In the 1850's Byron H. Kilbourn (twice mayor of

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Gogebic Taconite - Wikipedia

Gogebic Taconite is an iron-ore mining company in development stage, based in Florida, with a presence in Hurley, Wisconsin. The company, owned by the larger mining organizations, Cline Resource and Development Group, is at the center of a dispute among politicians, community groups, environmental organizations, Native American tribal councils and various stakeholders because of a

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Iron mining in the United States - Wikipedia

Iron mining in the United States produced 48 million metric tons of iron ore in 2019. Iron ore was the third-highest-value metal mined in the United States, after gold and copper. Iron ore was mined from nine active mines and three reclamation operations in Michigan, Minnesota, and Utah.Most of the iron ore was mined in northern Minnesota's Mesabi Range.

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Flambeau Mine, Ladysmith, Ladysmith-Rhinelander ...

Mined by Kennecott Copper between 1993 and 1997. The site has since been completely restored. This is the only recent mining of massive sulfides in Wisconsin (other deposits have been drilled, but there are no plans to mine them). The ore was rich enough to

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Old Copper Culture | Milwaukee Public Museum

This native metal has an exceptional ratio of pure copper, typically over 95%. The most heavily utilized mines were discovered at Isle Royale, Keweenaw and Ontonagon. The following is an excerpt from the turn of the last century by Mr. J.T. Reeder of the Tamarack Mining Company in Calumet, Michigan, as he describes the ore deposits in this region.

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Spodumene: Mineral information, data and localities.

Type Locality: ⓘ Utö Mines, Utö, Haninge, Stockholm County, Sweden. Pyroxene Group - Clinopyroxene Subgroup. Spodumene is worked as an ore of lithium, but it is most highly prized as a gem material - the varieties Kunzite (pink) and Hiddenite (green) are especially sought after.

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Gov. Scott Walker signs iron mining legislation

Mar 11, 2013 · March 11, 2013 0. Gov. Scott Walker on Monday signed a bill that rewrites iron mining laws and could pave the way for construction of a $1.5 billion open pit mine in

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