3 edition of Mining Laws of Arizona. Mining Laws of the Territory of Arizona. found in the catalog.
Mining Laws of Arizona. Mining Laws of the Territory of Arizona.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Lands
|Other titles||Mining laws of Territory of Arizona|
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Kingman, Arizona Overview. Kingman, Arizona inclu nearby mines. Kingman (Huwaalyapay Nyava in the Mojave language) is a city in Mohave County Arizona and is also the county seat. According to Census Bureau estimates the population of the city is The recorded laws and practices of mining extend back nearly years. Throughout this long history, certain principles remain constant: mineral rights have generally been held by governments; miners have had the right to enter land to explore for and mine minerals; and miners had to pay some kind of fee to landowners or government.
Pages in category "Mining in Arizona" The following 24 pages are in this category, out of 24 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). The Library of Congress does not own rights to material in its collections. Therefore, it does not license or charge permission fees for use of such material and cannot grant or deny permission to publish or otherwise distribute the material.
A group of businessmen organized the Arizona & Michigan Mining Company under the laws of the Territory of Arizona in December With one exception, officers of the company lived and worked in the copper mining communities of Upper Michi gan, and the company's headquarters were located at Calumet. 2 Company records document two sets of. History of Mining in Arizona - Vol. 2, J. Michael Canty and Michael N. Greeley, Editors. Covers chapters on Hispanic mining in Arizona, Arizona's Silver Belt, mines of Tiger and Superior, women in mining, along with short stories related to mining folklore. Both books contain many excellent historical photographs.
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AZ Mining Rules & Regs. Download. Related Terms: Inspection. Related Links. Arizona State Personnel System - Personnel Rules. Arizona Geological Survey. Arizona State Mine Inspector.
West Washington, 4th Floor. Phoenix, AZ Find in Google Maps Location: Phoenix, AZ Recent statutory and regulatory changes that affect Federal mining claims have made portions of Special Rep Laws and Regulations Governing Mineral Rights in Arizona, 9th Edition inaccurate. Pending the completion of the rewriting of Special Report 12 this circular attempts to briefly describe statutory and agency policy changes in mining.
Mining Laws and Regulations, Changes and Revisions CircularAugust,Revised July, Rev. 16 Recent statutory and regulatory changes that affect Federal mining claims have made portions of Special Rep Laws and Regulations Governing Mineral Rights in Arizona, 9th Edition inaccurate.
Mining Law of the Territory of Arinona [!] [Arizona (Terr) Laws, Statutes Etc, Office of the Arizona Miner () Bkp] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mining Law of the Territory of Arinona [!]Format: Paperback.
James Brand (J.B) Tenney,was an assistant geologist for the Arizona Bureau of Mines. This collection is a Typescript of Arizona mining history, chiefly covers the period from to Edited and prepared from Mr. Tenney's original manuscript by the Special Collections Division, University of Arizona Library, STATE OF ARIZONA.
ARTICLE XIX. MINES. The office of Mine Inspector is hereby established. The Legislature, at its first session, shall enact laws so regulating the operation and equipment of all mines in the State as to provide for the health and safety of workers therein and in connection therewith, and fixing the duties of said Size: KB.
From "Arizona Lode Gold Mines and Gold Mining" - Arizona Bureau of Mines Gold mining in Arizona did not start to any appreciable extent until after the acquisition of the territory by the United States from Mexico in and What little mining was done by the Spanish and Mexican miners was for silver.
Arizona mining, mine companies, mine owners and mine information. US-Mining provides information on mines, operators, and minerals mined in Arizona. Arizona had mining districts prior to being a territory regulations followed the tradition of mining laws in Europe and Mexico, including those of the Regal Ordinances and Regal.
Arizona Mining Permitting Guide Foreword Bureau of Land Management The intent of this publication is to provide individuals and companies anticipating mineral exploration or mining in Arizona with a clear picture of the permitting process. Mining code of the state of Arizona; Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.
Laws, statutes, etc; Arizona. Office of State Mine Inspector. Publication date Topics Mining law -- Arizona Publisher Phoenix, Arizona, Pages: Get this from a library. The American Pioneer Copper, Silver, and Gold Mining Co. of Arizona territory: organized under the laws of the state of California, capital stock, $2, in sixteen hundred shares, of $1, each.
[American Pioneer Copper, Silver and Gold Co.]. Nevada State Mining Laws Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Golden Queen Mining and Milling Company was a New Orleans, La. company with mining interests located in Cochise County, Arizona Territory. Collection includes holograph minutes, by-laws, and stock register on printed forms. mining industry of today, but also the location of many of Arizona's major urban centers.
Today Arizona's mines are still a major source of new wealth providing work for thousands of employees both at mining companies and in the associated service industry. Lone Star Mining District Arizona 3, 3, 0 62, 33 18 2 0 13 Pioneer Mining District Arizona 2, 2, 45 42, 43 12 5 1 25 Miami-Inspiration Mining District Arizona 1, 1, 4 25, 70 17 7 7 39 Helvetia-Rosemont Mining District Arizona 1, 1, 2 23, 70 2 8 0 60 Pima Mining District Arizona 1, 1, 0.
Arizona Mines By County Apache County Mines ( Mines) Cochise County Mines (1, Mines). Each of the eleven Western mining States has it's own laws about how to stake and record a mining claim (Location and Entry).
The Federal Land Policy and Management Act of (FLPMA) Public Law created an additional set. Inin Ajo, Arizona, the Arizona Mining and Trading Company launched the modern era of hard-rock mining. A burgeoning mining industry stimulated early growth in the Arizona Territory, and by nearly 25 percent of the male, non-native populace was prospectors.
This auction is for a mining stock certificate from Tom Reed Gold Mines was issued in & has a nice vignette of miners working in the has nice handwritten signatures of the president & is an early Arizona Minining certificate incorporated under the laws of the Territory of ng is $ for the U.S.
& higher everywhere out my Seller Rating: % positive. The laws are to be printed in pamphlet form at the office of the ‘Arizona Miner,’ and two hundred copies are to be printed and bound in a cheap form in California. The only copy of the laws which we now have is a rough printed copy of the Mining Law, a copy of which I this day enclose you.Get this from a library!
The compiled laws of the Territory of Arizona, including the Howell code and the session laws from toinclusive: to which is prefixed the Constitution of the United States, the mining law of the United States, and the organic acts of the Territory of Arizona and New Mexico.
[Coles Bashford; Arizona.].Arizona Mining Association, Phoenix, Arizona. K likes. The Arizona Mining Association (AMA) is the primary advocacy group for the Arizona mining 5/5(9).