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  • About Strataca Strataca Kansas Underground Salt Museum

    This mine remains the only rock salt mine in Reno County although Carey was also involved in the brine evaporation business. Kansas Underground Salt Museum (now known as Strataca): By 1999, the Executive Director and Board of the Reno County Historical Society recognized the importance of preserving and 

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  • Hutchinson Salt Company :: Our Company

    Read about the history of Hutchinson Salt and our salt mine in Hutchinson Kansas. As a working salt mine 650 feet below the Kansas prairie, Hutchinson Salt Company strives to work diligently and safely to offer the highest quality of rock salt for road deicing as well as for agricultural needs. Salt Diagram Click to Enlarge 

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  • Galena Mining and Historical Museum Galena, Kansas

    The Galena Mining & Historical Museum is an interesting stop along Historic Route 66. Features unique to the Galena Museum are a large display of mineral specimens, mining equipment and a model of the Grand Central Mine which was loed just east of Galena in Central City, Missouri.

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  • Finding Gems, Minerals, and Fossils in Kansas Gold Rush Nuggets

    Fossil hunters also enjoy searching for a variety of different fossil specimens in Kansas. In Kansas, you can find calcite in Fogle quarry in Franklin County, the Ajax Mine in Baxter Springs, and several mines in Cherokee, Lawrence, and Black Rock Galena is the principle mineral ore of lead, utilized since old times.

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  • Old Kansas City Limestone Mines Home To Everything From Pickup

    Dec 7, 2017 There is a vast trove of Hollywood gold 160 feet below Kansas City, Missouri. It's inside a underground warehouse, where several hundred thousand film canisters line the towering shelves at Underground Vaults & Storage. "As far as the older titles, 'Gone with the Wind,' 'Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea,' 

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  • Galena, Kansas – A Lead Mining Maven – Legends of America

    Galena, Kansas is a Route 66 town with a rough and violent mining history that took over the competing town of Empire in the earlly 1900's.

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  • KansasMines Mining Artifacts

    Coal deepmined in Leavenworth County for the deep mines was mainly from the Bevier coal of the Cherokee Group. The last deep mine operating in Leavenworth County was the Kansas State Prison Mine at Lansing that used convict labor and this mine closed in 1947. The old longwall mining system was used for the 

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  • Continental Coal carves out a niche The Kansas City Star

    Jul 16, 2013 This is the Hume II, the last operating coal mine in Missouri. Less than 90 miles south of downtown Kansas city, Phil Tearney's pickup bumps behind a freshly fueled bulldozer breaking trail for the boss through the spoil slope, a scramble of rock, clay and mud. "We move a million cubic yards of this stuff a 

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  • Mining History in Kansas Federal Highway Administration US

    Feb 12, 2018 Lawrence, Kansas 660473726. Introduction. Mining of economic rocks and minerals in Kansas has been important to the development of the state and the region. From the coal mines of eastern Kansas to the salt mines of central Kansas, the mining history of the state has been both colorful and necessary 

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  • Spent limestone mines become underground business parks

    If you're looking for a pillar of the business community in Kansas City, Missouri, think down way down more than 100 feet underground, to be exact, where Hunt Midwest SubTropolis has carved out the world's largest underground business complex in old limestone mines. In Kansas City and elsewhere in the U.S., 

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  • Lawrence JournalWorld / Mining's legacy: A scar on Kansas

    Mar 20, 2007 Fearing that an entire community may be swallowed by the earth, Oklahoma is using federal assistance to evacuate residents of an old mining town. Just across the border, a Kansas community facing the same fate waits on federal bureaucracy for help from the state's congressional delegation. ¢ Wastes 

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  • Quarries & Quarry Links, Photographs and Articles Page 1

    Oct 30, 2016 Also included are the loions of active sand and gravel dredges on the Kansas River as of October 1997, and companies that solution mine the underground salt in Reno, Rice, and Sedgwick . Stone quarrying early in Beattie's history included these quarries: The FitzGerald Quarry and the Hawk Quarry.

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  • Independent Salt Company Kanopolis Kansas

    The production of salt at our mine is from what geologists call the Hutchinson Salt member of the Wellington formation. This formation was deposited during the Permian Age and is approximately 245,000,000 years old. It was deposited in thin layers by the evaporation of inland seas in what was then the southwestern part 

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  • Mining in Kansas Kansapedia Kansas Historical Society

    Counties where mining occurred or still occurs are Reno, Rice, Ellsworth, and Kingman. Salt extraction was first through pumping water into the ground to dissolve the salt and then recover it through evaporation. This was replaced by underground mines with the rock salt extracted similar to coal mining. The Hutchinson Salt 

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  • Mining in Kansas Kansapedia Kansas Historical Society

    Counties where mining occurred or still occurs are Reno, Rice, Ellsworth, and Kingman. Salt extraction was first through pumping water into the ground to dissolve the salt and then recover it through evaporation. This was replaced by underground mines with the rock salt extracted similar to coal mining. The Hutchinson Salt 

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  • GeoKansasGeotopicsKS Rocks, Minerals, and Petroleum

    mass extinction, Age of the Earth, Burgess Shale, Coal, Coal Mining in Kansas, Geologic Time, How Rocks are Named, Kansas Rocks, Minerals, and Petroleum Resources, Lead and Zinc Mining in Kansas, Mass Extinctions, Mineral Hardness Scale, Minerals.

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  • Explore the History and Evolution of the Midwest's 'Salt City

    Jan 26, 2018 Travel 650 feet beneath Hutchinson, Kansas, to explore the fascinating evolution of its prehistoric salt vein. Mining rock salt was far more laborintensive when Carey opened his mine now, modern machinery bears the brunt of the work, although it's still very physically demanding. The mine is again 

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  • Stabilization and Specialty Excavation Services USC Technologies

    USC has been called upon numerous times to fill unstable or structurally deficient limestone mines in the Kansas City area to protect infrastructure or land above from potential collapse. USC's creativity and experience has recently grown into the successful backfilling and stabilization of old salt caverns in a highly 

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  • Sinking Kansas Town Will Fill Old Mines The New York Times

    Sep 9, 2007 Sedimentary rock in the ceilings of the old mine tunnels is flaking off one layer at a time, and with each layer, the land above ground is sagging. Galena's mayor, Dale Oglesby, called it "a very slow, creeping astrophe." The city wants to make a the stretch of old Route 66 that runs through Galena into a 

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  • The Imaginary Gold Mines of Kansas Mining History Association

    The Imaginary Gold Mines of Kansas mining his own land. The Ellis ReviewHeadlight called his rock "some of the bestlooking ore we have seen," an odd description for rock that shows no sign of mineralization.19. In the summer and autumn of 1899, more car loads of shale were shipped to Colorado smelters for testing.

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  • KansasMines Mining Artifacts

    Coal deepmined in Leavenworth County for the deep mines was mainly from the Bevier coal of the Cherokee Group. The last deep mine operating in Leavenworth County was the Kansas State Prison Mine at Lansing that used convict labor and this mine closed in 1947. The old longwall mining system was used for the 

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  • Strataca Wikipedia

    Strataca is a salt mine museum in Hutchinson, Kansas, United States. It was previously known as the Kansas Underground Salt Museum. The museum is built within one of the world's largest deposits of rock salt and provides the opportunity to go 650 feet (200 m) beneath the Earth's surface. It is a unique destination 

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  • This Ride Through An Old Kansas Salt Mine Will Take You Way Back

    Aug 31, 2016 You know that Kansas is home to one of the country's few salt mines but did you know that it is the only one that allows visitors to tour?

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  • Sinking Kansas Town Will Fill Old Mines The New York Times

    Sep 9, 2007 Sedimentary rock in the ceilings of the old mine tunnels is flaking off one layer at a time, and with each layer, the land above ground is sagging. Galena's mayor, Dale Oglesby, called it "a very slow, creeping astrophe." The city wants to make a the stretch of old Route 66 that runs through Galena into a 

    >>READ
  • Independent Salt Company Kanopolis Kansas

    The production of salt at our mine is from what geologists call the Hutchinson Salt member of the Wellington formation. This formation was deposited during the Permian Age and is approximately 245,000,000 years old. It was deposited in thin layers by the evaporation of inland seas in what was then the southwestern part 

    >>READ
  • GeoKansasGeotopicsCoal Mining in Kansas

    mass extinction, Age of the Earth, Burgess Shale, Coal, Coal Mining in Kansas, Geologic Time, How Rocks are Named, Kansas Rocks, Minerals, and Petroleum Resources, Lead and Zinc Mining in Kansas, Mass Extinctions, Mineral Hardness Scale, Minerals.

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  • GeoKansasGeotopicsKS Rocks, Minerals, and Petroleum

    mass extinction, Age of the Earth, Burgess Shale, Coal, Coal Mining in Kansas, Geologic Time, How Rocks are Named, Kansas Rocks, Minerals, and Petroleum Resources, Lead and Zinc Mining in Kansas, Mass Extinctions, Mineral Hardness Scale, Minerals.

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  • Mining History in Kansas Federal Highway Administration US

    Feb 12, 2018 Lawrence, Kansas 660473726. Introduction. Mining of economic rocks and minerals in Kansas has been important to the development of the state and the region. From the coal mines of eastern Kansas to the salt mines of central Kansas, the mining history of the state has been both colorful and necessary 

    >>READ
  • Osage County, Kansas > About Osage County > History

    About 300 yards west was a place called Rock Creek Springs #1. This was a (8) The Santa Fe Trail then turned north where the old railroad bridge is loed on Highway 56 west of Overbrook. Just west of the bridge . They were also in the coal mining, mercantile, and banking business loed in Burlingame. Mr. O.H. 

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  • Mining Museums and Tours National Mining Association

    An experienced miner guides you as you witness exhibits, methods & techniques for hardrock silver mining. Western for further details. Tour the Croft Mine historical park, with its historic buildings, underground iron mine tour, museum and gift shop, as well as other recreational activities such as fishing, and canoeing.

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  • Finding Gems, Minerals, and Fossils in Kansas Gold Rush Nuggets

    Fossil hunters also enjoy searching for a variety of different fossil specimens in Kansas. In Kansas, you can find calcite in Fogle quarry in Franklin County, the Ajax Mine in Baxter Springs, and several mines in Cherokee, Lawrence, and Black Rock Galena is the principle mineral ore of lead, utilized since old times.

    >>READ
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