copper orehounding sites in wisconsin

  • Grid Type Ball Mill

    Grid Type Ball Mill

    A traditional ball mill with discharging grid.Production capacity:900mm~4500mm.Product Improvement:Wet…

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    XCF Air Inflation Flotation Cell

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    Round Vibrating Screen

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    Efficient Improved Thickener

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  • Wisconsin Geological amp; Natural History Survey 187; Copper

    Copper occurs at the Copper King prospect in the SW Sec. 10 T.47N R.12W west of Poplar (Mengel, 1971). 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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  • THE FLAMBEAU MINE Geoprime Minerals Web Site

    Ground was broken on Wisconsins first sulfide metal mine to operate under Wisconsins new mining laws in 1992 and on June 28, 1993, the first crushed copper ore was shipped via rail out of

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  • Mining in Northern Wisconsin Turning Points in Wisconsin

    Mining in Northern Wisconsin. Native Americans mined copper on the shores of Lake Superior in prehistoric times. Between 4,000 and 1,200 B.C., copper jewelry and implements from Wisconsin and Upper Michigan were part of a trade network that stretched from the Rocky Mountains to the Gulf Coast, giving rise to the name quot;Old Copper Culture.quot;

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  • Mines, pits and quarries Wisconsin DNR

    the DNR report on industrial sand mining in Wisconsin . Mining has always been an important part of the Wisconsin way of life. From the native peoples of the Lake Superior copper culture to the recent successful reclamation of the Flambeau copper and gold mine, extraction of marketable minerals has always been a valued industry.

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  • Is mining about dead in Wisconsin? Federal Reserve Bank

    Wisconsin copper mining in 1995 Flambeau Mining Co. shipped about 450,000 tons of ore from the Ladysmith mine, said to contain one of the world's richest copper deposits.

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  • My Wisconsin Minerals Hunt For Gems

    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.

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  • Wisconsin Mines Mining Artifacts

    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 time when local mines produced much of

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  • Companies consider mining for gold in Wisconsin

    Two other Wisconsin sites are drawing interest The Bend copper and gold deposit in the Chequamegon Nicolet National Forest about 20 miles northwest of Medford.

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  • Collecting Copper in Michigan's Copper Country Where to

    The Caledonia Mine is a fee dig site that requires an advance reservation. When digging at this site, collectors are given a large pile of stockpiled copper ore and tools to go through it. Weekly collecting events on Thursdays and Saturdays are also held from the first Thursday in June to the last Saturday in August on the ore pile.

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  • Digging for Gems, Minerals and Fossils in Wisconsin

    Wisconsin shares its coastline with two of the Great Lakes, Lake Superior and Lake Michigan. The state of Wisconsin is famous for its vast deposits of iron ore, but for rockhounds there are other minerals that are more interesting.

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