Covers/Tables of Content
(More years will be added as time permits.)
Table of Contents
•The Bawl Mill
Doing less with more
Indians win jackpot
How did your governor do?
•Legislative and Regulatory Update
ESA used, and apparently abused, in Arizona and New Mexico
In a somewhat related story...
Among the numerous bills that died when Congress adjourned...
More on the ESA
Miners must present proof of filing, says IBLA
Federal government backs mining project
Appeals Court says Clinton roadless rule can stay
•The Old Dutch Cleanser Mine
by Dr. Ralph E. Pray
...there may be as many as one million tons of pumicite available down dip along the exposed 7,000-foot strike.
•The Ferris-Haggarty Copper-Gold Mine, Grand Encampment District, Wyoming
by W. Dan Hausel, Wyoming State Geological Survey
Based on value, the Ferris-Haggarty mine could be considered a gold mine, with added copper and silver values.
•Directory of Active Mines in Arizona Available
•Picks & Pans: Gold Prospecting on The East Fort River, Alaska
by Ron Wendt
...this prospecting venture involved using dynamite to blow holes in the ice to create access for diving and dredging.
•Beryllium in Nevada
by Edgar B. Heylmun, PhD
Bulk deposits will probably be more valuable than those confined to veins or pegmatities.
Vista Gold Corp.
Wolfden Resource Inc.
Globex Mining Enterprises
Canyon Resources Corp.
•The Cemetery Rush
by Jim Foster
Gold nuggets can still be found in the area with a metal detector, and only two years ago, a lucky couple found nuggets totaling 100 ounces in a dry creek bed in the Kanowna area.
by Edgar B. Heylmun, PhD
The writer discovered that most of the northeast-striking shear zones are weakly radioactive, enough to show up prominently on aerial radiometric surveys.
•Grandfather John's Notes
by Rose Klemenok
Word is spreading around town that there is to be a hanging tomorrow. I've seen the man coming out of the tavern, but I have never met him. Everyone says he deserves to swing.
•ICMJ's 12th Annual Photo Contest Results
•Tiffany & Co. to Open Plant in Northern Canada
by Bob Schlosser
The ten houses in the mine camp were on one hundred and fifty-foot center, situated in a sweeping arc. The layout of the house was such that John's patio was visible from all the other houses in camp.
•Looking Back -- Excerpts from 50 years ago in CMJ
•Melman on Gold & Silver
by Leonard Melman
What about the coming year? For various reasons, we believe that the outlook is more bullish for gold than anything we have seen for many years. If you like last year, as Al Jolson used to say, "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet!"
•Mineral & Metal Prices
•Mining Stock Quotes
•Gold in Foreign Currencies
•Mine Market—Classified Ads (8 pages)
New and used equipment, services, claims for sale, etc.