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Thread: 20,000 Documents from Arizonas mining and mineral history online

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    wow, amazing. thanks much and looking forward to going through them.
    davin

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    Looks like some good info. I tried looking up a place I know about, but they had the wrong coordinates for it, they were off by about a mile at least. That is OK, though, since I know where it is, ha ha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywola View Post
    Looks like some good info. I tried looking up a place I know about, but they had the wrong coordinates for it, they were off by about a mile at least. That is OK, though, since I know where it is, ha ha.

    Not every mine in Arizona will be on here, only the ones they have record of. Still lots of little rabbit holes out there that everyone forgot about. What may not have been profitable at $35 an ounce back in the day, could very well be profitable at $1000+ an ounce now.
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    i did check out the info. you posted and there is so much. wil take me some time to look into furth but its good stuff.
    again, thank.
    davin

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    Superb research tool! Thank you.

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    Also, if you are looking into Arizona History, you can access online UofA's DRSW Database (Desert Relations of the South West). It is a repository of old period documents.

    DRSW DATABASE


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    I've gotta get back down there, and take a look around when I get time. If I get laid off again, I'm sure I'll have plenty of time to do it.

 

 

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