Report of the president and directors of the Lake Huron Silver and Copper Mining Company
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Published by s.n.] in [Montreal? .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Lake Huron Silver and Copper Mining Company.,
  • Mining corporations -- Lake Huron region.,
  • Copper.

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche (17 fr.).
Number of Pages17
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22151099M
ISBN 100665422520

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When the bank’s directors elected Tories as president (John Elmsley*) and solicitor the paper and almost did so in when a profit of $4, on investments in the Echo Lake Mining Company and the Lake Huron Silver and Copper Mining Company gave him sufficient funds to satisfy his creditors. he had left it too late and the book he. near the Whitefish River. Noticing copper pyrites in company with other minerals, he brought a specimen out for analysis. The presence of nickel was confirmed And ignored. For the first time. In , Albert Salter was directed by the Commissioner of Crown Lands to explore the rivers emptying into Lake Huron eastward from Sault Ste. Marie". The Report on the Geology and Topography of a Portion of Lake Superior Land District in the State of Michigan explains in detail how one large copper mass was discovered by Samuel O. Knapp, the agent of the Minnesota Mining Company: “ a pit 26 feet deep filled with clay and a matted mass of mouldering vegetable matter copper mass was 10 feet long, 3 feet wide and nearly 2 feet thick, and . He became president of the latter in In addition he reported that he was a stockholder in the Lake Huron Silver and Copper Mining Company and that he had expended his own money in its explorations. In he was an incorporator of the Huron Copper Bay Company.

Copper was one of the first of Ontario minerals to be won on a large scale. The old Bruce Mines on the north shore of lake Huron forty years ago were worked extensively, and yielded several million dollars' worth of metal. A revival of copper mining in this and other districts is now in progress. Z, The folloviag are the Officers, Directors and Proaoter of the Coapany, risi Of f l cere and Director* President 4 Director Vice-President A Director Secretary-Tree*nrer Director Pronoter Names and Occupation Janes Koel Plezaan- Prospector Address Kenollle Ate., Port Credit, Oat. Vi 11 lau Raymond Carson 8 Kprdla Are., Builder Toronto.   Republic of Mining Republic of Mining. Home main. Home; Editor Profile As part of that celebration, Jules Timmins, president and chairman of the company (at 72 years young), was called upon to pour th gold bullion bar, marking the Hollinger’s total production (to that date – J to be exact) at a half-billion dollars, the.   Manitouwadge. The possible presence of copper deposits in the Manitouwadge area was first indicated in a report by James Thomson, a field geologist of the Ontario Department of Mines. In late June , Roy Baker and William Davidowich, two part-time prospectors, staked claims that sparked a frenzied staking bee.

  Edwin J. Hulbert, the prospector who in had discovered the great copper deposits that would become the basis for this most famous of Michigan's copper-mining companies' development, had formed the Calumet Mining Company in The company began mining operations in , and in Hulbert had also opened the Hecla mine. He returned to Sudbury in as president of Inco’s Ontario division, a position he held until retiring in He then sat on boards for FNX Mining, Hudson Bay Mining, Guyana Gold and Thompson Creek Metals. He also ran a mining consulting company for several years. Along the way, he married Margaret, to whom he was wed for 44 years. The Flint water crisis began in , after the drinking water source for the city of Flint, Michigan was changed from Lake Huron and the Detroit River to a less costly source of the Flint River. Due to insufficient water treatment, lead leached from water pipes into the drinking water, exposing over , residents to elevated lead on: Flint, Michigan, United States. Lake Huron Copper Bay Mining Company. Charter, by-laws and report. [New York?]: [publisher not identified], [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Lake Huron Copper Bay Mining Company. OCLC Number: Notes.