magnetite ore in new york

  • The Precambrian Magnetite Deposits of New York and New Jersey

    concentrations, in part with associated hematite, occur in feldspathic gneisses of diverse compositions and in amphibolites. Magnetite skarn deposits are also common. All the iron ore deposits are grossly con formable to the bedding' and foliation of their host gneisses and have structural relations to folds as though they 

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  • IRON ORE

    North East Iron ore fieldsAdirondacks field (New York) & Cornwal field (Pennsylvania) magnetite ore. Smelting is done nearby. Mining is also done in state of Newjersy. Western ore fieldUtah, Nevada, Wyoming, Montana & California 15% of US ore. Despite huge production imports from Chile, Sweden, Spain & Algeria in 

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  • Iron Ore Magnetic Separation 911 Metallurgist

    ironorescreentestofconcentrates3. The demonstration of the dry process of magnetic separation is the result of 14 years' work at Mineville, N. Y. Witherbee, Sherman & Co. have now in operation three mills having a combined capacity of 

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  • Benson Mines Wikipedia

    Star Lake, New York, a village in the southern St. Lawrence County, is geographically isolated at 60 miles from the nearest city. In the 1950s, the town became home to the largest open pit ironore mine in the world. The ore body at Benson Mine was discovered in 1810 by engineers conducting a survey for a new highway 

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  • Moriah's Iron Ore Mines Ticonderoga Historical Society

    Oct 8, 2017 A recent newspaper article provided a public update of a proposed appliion to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission regarding the proposed redevelopment of the old iron ore mines in Mineville, Moriah, NY. This proposal is to develop a 240MW closedloop pumped storage project to generate 

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  • Denny Magnetite Mine (Denny Mine), Putnam Valley Township

    Ref.: The Minerals of New York City & Its Environs, New York Mineralogical Club Bull., Vol. 3, No. 1, Manchester, J.G. (1931): 70 Rocks & Min.:10:91 New York State Museum Bull. Nos. 249250 (SepOct 1921), Magnetic Iron Deposits of SE NY, Clarke, John M.: Index Map & 4546. An iron mine in magnetite ore loed 6 

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  • Magnetite Deposits of the Sterling Lake, N. Y. Ringwood, N. J. Area

    N. Y.RINGWOOD, N. J., AREA. BY PRESTON E. HOTZ. ABSTRACT. The Sterling Lake and Ringwood area occupies about 45 sq miles in south eastern New York and northern New Jersey. Thirtyfive magnetite mines and prospects are known and have been of considerable importance. Total pro duction of iron ore from 

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  • Learn How to Trade Iron Ore Commodity

    Why is Iron Ore Valuable? Iron ore is a rock from which the metal iron is extracted. About 98% of the world's iron is used to produce steel. Pure iron is an element and a soft grayishwhite metal. Other than meteorites that fall from the sky, iron is never found by itself in nature. Most iron is part of minerals that contain other 

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  • The Mayari IronOre Deposits, Cuba Red Cubana de la Ciencia

    offered thercnfter should prefernbly, be in the form of a new paper. The Mayari IronOre Deposits, .Cuba. BY J. F. KEMP, NEW YORK, N. Y.. (New York Meeting. February. 1915). Introduction. T H E Bulletin of the Institute for arch, 1911, is chiefly devoted to papers upon the iron ores of northeastern Cuba. At that time informa.

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  • Iron in New York New York State Museum Nysed

    2366 items Large deposits of iron ore, already known in southeastern New York, were discov ered in the previously unexplored northern and central parts of the state as well, and iron production eventually occurred in every part of New York where ore was avail able, taking advantage of the seemingly endless forests.

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  • Crystallized Magnetite For Sale Magnetite Crystals for sale from

    Crystallized magnetite specimens for sale from New Jersey, New York, Utah, Pennsylvania, Morocco and other localities. Below is a gallery of crystallized magnetite for sale from John Betts Fine Minerals in New York City, NY. Included in this gallery is 4, Fowler Ore Body, 2500' Level, New York (t) $32. Magnetite 

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  • IRON ORE DEPOSITS The Handbook of Texas Online Texas State

    Jun 15, 2010 Iron ore deposits of two kinds occur in Texas in two general areas: magnetic iron ores in the central mineral region and brown ores (limonite, goethite, and hematite) University of Texas, Texas Looks Ahead: The Resources of Texas (Austin, 1944 rpt., Freeport, New York: Books for Libraries Press, 1968).

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  • The Precambrian Magnetite Deposits of New York and New Jersey

    concentrations, in part with associated hematite, occur in feldspathic gneisses of diverse compositions and in amphibolites. Magnetite skarn deposits are also common. All the iron ore deposits are grossly con formable to the bedding' and foliation of their host gneisses and have structural relations to folds as though they 

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  • Hudson Valley IronOre Mining Industry: A History of Sterling Forest

    Aug 20, 2012 So, according to records at the New York State Library, in 1736 Board and a partner named Timothy Ward bought 150 acres of land and formed the Sterling Forge and Furnace Company. They built a bloomery, a furnace used for smelting iron ore. Workers would heat the mineral and beat out all excess 

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  • Magmatic origin of giant 'Kirunatype' apatiteironoxide ores in

    Apr 10, 2013 Sweden is by far the biggest producer of iron in Europe and iron ore has traditionally been sourced from two principal regions, the KirunaMalmberget province in northern Sweden and the .. Geochemistry of Hydrothermal Ore Deposits pp.109–142 (Holt, Rinehart and Winston Inc., New York, 1967).

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  • Denny Magnetite Mine (Denny Mine), Putnam Valley Township

    Ref.: The Minerals of New York City & Its Environs, New York Mineralogical Club Bull., Vol. 3, No. 1, Manchester, J.G. (1931): 70 Rocks & Min.:10:91 New York State Museum Bull. Nos. 249250 (SepOct 1921), Magnetic Iron Deposits of SE NY, Clarke, John M.: Index Map & 4546. An iron mine in magnetite ore loed 6 

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  • New York Mines Mining Artifacts

    New York State's mining industry achieved its greatest extent from the 19th century. The center of iron mining migrated from the lower Hudson Valley to the Adirondacks although the MidHudson limonite mines and siderite mines still produced iron ore. At the time of the Civil War, iron from the Adirondacks constituted 

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  • Benson Mines Wikipedia

    Star Lake, New York, a village in the southern St. Lawrence County, is geographically isolated at 60 miles from the nearest city. In the 1950s, the town became home to the largest open pit ironore mine in the world. The ore body at Benson Mine was discovered in 1810 by engineers conducting a survey for a new highway 

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  • Benson Mines, Star Lake, NY Fred Haynes

    Jan 16, 2014 Buddington, A.F., and Leonard, B.F., 1972, Regional Geology of the St. Lawrence County Magnetite District, Northwest Adirondacks, NY, USGS Prof. Paper 376, including a 1:62,500 scale geologic map of the entire mining district. Crump., R. M., and Beutner, E. L., 1970, The Benson Mines Iron Ore Deposit 

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  • Jayville, New York Wikipedia

    The mine has yielded several tens of thousands of tons of magnetite ore associated with the magnetite ore are supergene hematite, vonsenite, Fluorite in dar mica skarn, pyroxeneamphibole skarn and quartzbearing amphibole skarn. Parts of the amphibole skarn and the iron ore are 

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  • Iron in New York New York State Museum Nysed

    2366 items Large deposits of iron ore, already known in southeastern New York, were discov ered in the previously unexplored northern and central parts of the state as well, and iron production eventually occurred in every part of New York where ore was avail able, taking advantage of the seemingly endless forests.

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  • Ore Deposits American Museum of Natural History

    mineral deposit collection (donated by Princeton University) Suites of mineralized granites, rhyolites, and pegmatites from Europe and North America The massive sulfide deposits of Ducktown, Tennessee and Ontario, Canada The native copper deposits of Michigan The magnetite deposits sixty miles north of New York 

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  • Monroe Historical Society Mining in Monroe

    descendents still live in Monroe, was actually looking for gold and silver when he found outcroppings of iron ore. He explored up the Ringwood River to the foot of Sterling Lake. He purchased two tracts of land that included Sterling Lake and started manufacturing iron, probably the first ironworks in the state of New York.

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  • The Benson Mines, St. Lawrence County, New York ResearchGate

    Dec 22, 2017 1887, a reporter for the Watertown. Herald (p. 1) interviewed the superintendent of the Mag. netic Iron Ore Company, G. D. Grannis, who provided de. tails about the new orebody. According to Grannis, the ore. was exposed in a "slight elevation of ground, ranging from. 200 to 500 ft. in width and running in 

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  • New York Mines Mining Artifacts

    New York State's mining industry achieved its greatest extent from the 19th century. The center of iron mining migrated from the lower Hudson Valley to the Adirondacks although the MidHudson limonite mines and siderite mines still produced iron ore. At the time of the Civil War, iron from the Adirondacks constituted 

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  • OPTICAL NOTES ON SOME MINERALS FROM THE MAHOPAC

    of the interesting mineralogy of the ore and its gangue. The list of the minerals found at these mines, and reference to their published descriptions is given by Whitlock2. The only min. rColony, R. J. The magnetite iron deposits of southeastern New york: Iflerp. Yorh Stote Museum Bul.l .,249250, pp. 121i26 (lgl3).

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  • Magnetite Deposits of the Sterling Lake, N. Y. Ringwood, N. J. Area

    N. Y.RINGWOOD, N. J., AREA. BY PRESTON E. HOTZ. ABSTRACT. The Sterling Lake and Ringwood area occupies about 45 sq miles in south eastern New York and northern New Jersey. Thirtyfive magnetite mines and prospects are known and have been of considerable importance. Total pro duction of iron ore from 

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  • Mineville District, Essex Co., New York, USA Mindat

    Thorium and rare earth elements (REE) reside within apatite in iron ores once mined in the Mineville, New York, area. The primary apatiterich iron deposits are the Old Bed, Cheever, and Smith bodies the Cheever and Smith orebodies have been mined out. The orebodies are magnetite deposits that are intriely folded 

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  • Rocks, Gems and Minerals in the State of New York

    Magnetite is opaque and found in dark colors such as grey and black. The mineral is sometimes also known as Lodestone. The best loions where cubic magnetite can be found in the state of New York are around town of Balmat in St. Lawrence County. Magnetite has also been found in many parts of the Adirondack 

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  • A process for enhanced removal of iron from bauxite ores

    No. 4,047,934. Rausch and Meiler, 1967. H. Rausch, H. MeilerMagnetizing Roasting of Iron Ore. (1967). US Pat. No. 3,305,345. Scott, 1939. W.W. ScottStandard Methods of Chemical Analysis. Van Nostrand, New York, NY (1939), pp. 469475. Venkataraman, 1988. C. VenkataramanIron Removal from Ferruginous Bauxite: 

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  • A Trip to the Iron Center Museum Lake Champlain Region

    The Iron Center burrows beneath the familiar topography to reveal a combination of humanity, geology and industry that took place within the Town of Moriah for over a century and a half. The motivator of this mix was an abundance of iron ore buried within Moriah's landscape. This ore is magnetite, a rich, magnetic iron ore 

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