Mining industry of Yukon, 1938

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Dept. of Mines , Ottawa
Mineral industries - Yukon Terr
The Physical Object
Pagination21 p.
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Open LibraryOL22026711M

Industry - Yukon, Canada. Alaska / Yukon Mining History Publication Catalog (with more history and less geology) Abercrombie, W. R., Captain, 2nd US Infantry / COPPER RIVER EXPLORING EXPEDITION, ALASKA, cl, pages, pages (1 loose in book), - 3 - $ 89 [Book rebound with soft leatherette; book.

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Countless miners had already left Yukon Territory penniless, leaving gold-mining cities such as Dawson and Skagway in rapid decline. The Klondike Gold Rush ended in with the.

On national TV Sat. Sept. 14 & Sun. Sept. 15, BTV- Business Television heads up to Canada’s Yukon for a special episode on this thriving mining community Victoria Gold Corp.

(VIT:TSX.V) Victoria Golds’ Eagle Gold Mine in the Yukon. This Christmas story is recorded in a little-known book published in called I Was There: a Book of Reminiscences by Edith Tyrrell, a rather extraordinary woman whose husband holds an interesting place in Canadian history.

Joseph Burr Tyrrell was a geologist, cartographer and mining. Yukon Mines Plan of Operations: The following is a support fund for Yukon Mines on an ‘as needed’ basis. Yukon Mines is a non-corporate company of limited party’s and has constituents of several projects and mining holdings of which is as follows: 1.

Five gold and silver claims at Lakeview Mining. If you have questions, email: [email protected] or phone:or toll free in Yukon: ext. Yukon Archives image database Our image database has over. (Book - Amazon): This completely revised edition of Land of the Midnight Sun, first published inis a comprehensive overview of Yukon history.

This book places the Klondike Gold Rush within the. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Wartime restrictions curtailed mining at a time of peak dollar yields.

From to the industry averaged more than $24 million annually, about three times the production value during the. Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper: OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title, Canada. Dept. of mines, Bureau of economic geology. Mining Insider, Mines, Yukon Fireweed intersects 38 meters of % Zinc, % Lead and g/t Silver.

Fireweed Zinc is a new public mineral exploration company focused on zinc and managed by a veteran team of mining industry. Kennecott's role in Alaska's mining and political history was unique and a matter of considerable controversy from through In addition to Kennecott's activity this chapter also reviews copper and other mining in the Kotsina-Kuskulana district, particularly on Elliot Creek.

The Yukon Mining Alliance is helping to advance the Yukon as a premier destination for mining development. There are multiple companies that have resource projects in the area that are. "The Alaska Mining Industry in " Mineral Resources of Alaska: Report on Progress of Investigation in Through the Yukon and Alaska, San Francisco: Mining and Scientific Press, Ricks, Melvin B.

Alaska in Literature: A Descriptive Bibliography. Washington Law Book Co., Yukon Self-Governing First Nations and Government of Yukon are committed to the long-term responsible management of Yukon’s mineral resources, and to supporting a healthy mining industry.

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Yukon - Yukon - Economy: The federal and territorial governments play important roles in Yukon’s economy. The territorial government has assumed increasing responsibility for building roads.

This strong and diverse group includes exploration, mining and service and supply companies, contractors and individuals that have a direct or indirect interest in the mining industry. InYukon mining. Reviews “Unearthing Justice is absolutely essential reading for people in Canada and anywhere else the mining industry has been allowed to shape public policies that maximize profits, minimize taxes, and.

Located in the northwest of Canada, on the border with Alaska, Yukon is a mining jurisdiction with world-class mineral deposits where the Klondike Gold Rush occurred.

Why invest in mining in Yukon Accessible by highway to the rest of Canada, and the ports of Skagway, Alaska, and Stewart, BC, Yukon. In Yukon, farming (or agriculture) is a smaller but increasingly more important industry in Yukon.

The total amount of land devoted to farming in Yukon is exac hectares (or acres). 23 A.H.

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Brooks, "The Alaska Mining Industry in ," Mineral Resources of Alaska: Report on Progress of Investigation inUSGS Bulletin No. (Washington DC: GPO, ), 50. Yukon - Yukon - The gold rush and territorial status: During the early s, gold discoveries on tributaries of the Yukon River attracted prospectors to the area.

Only small amounts of gold had been. Managing Relationships. When the DTA came into effect on April 1,the Government of Yukon took province-like responsibility for managing the territory's public lands, water, mining and forestry.

Arts and culture view child links. Apply to hold a special event on a Yukon highway; Archives view child links. Donating to Yukon Archives; Get reproductions of Yukon Archives records.

Though production from Yukon-Charley was meager, some mining has been carried out continuously since Though mining has been limited to a few creeks, notably Fourth of July, Coal. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Decem Yukon Chamber of Mines.

Editorial. In a recent opinion piece in a Yukon newspaper, the former Chair of a Yukon Land Use Planning Commission stated " The Yukon government would do well to sincerely ask whether any mine — or for that matter, the mining sector — actually benefits the Yukon.

Rust in the Wilderness: The Story of Mining Machines in Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve By Chris Allan, National Park Service Gravel mining continues to be a simple process; not.

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Hunt, William R. North of 53°: The Wild Days of the Alaska Yukon Mining Frontier, New York: Macmillan Publishing Co., Jenkins, Thomas.

Washington Law Book Co., Williams, Howel, ed. Landscapes of Alaska: The Mining Industry .Yukon - Yukon - Land: Much of the territory remains unspoiled wilderness, but the impact of people on the environment is apparent.

Near the settlements reliance on wood for fuel has destroyed timber, and in remoter places forest fires have often gone uncontrolled. In addition, surface mining. Click here to learn more Canada’s 21st century Yukon gold rush The gold mining industry has been ingrained in the Yukon culture for over a century.

Beginning with the great Klondike Gold Rush ina total of over million ounces of gold have been produced from the Yukon .