The Mining Industry in North Carolina during 1907 with Special Report on the Mineral Waters

Softcover, Raleigh: E. M. Uzzell & Co., 1908. Good with No dust jacket as issued.

Stapled binding is sound. Most pages clean, off-white, although there is soiling on the title page and the letter of transmittal page. Wrappers have previous owner's name at top front; handling wear including corner crease; light overall soiling. Fading at spine. Many black and white photographic illustrations. Contents: Introduction. Gold and silver production. Copper. The Gold Hill copper district. Iron. Tin. Abrasive materials. Mica. Quartz (flint). Barytes. Monazite. Zircon. Talc and soapstone. Precious stones. Mineral waters and springs in detail by region. Graphite. Coal. Peat. Stone. Granite. Sandstone. Marble and other forms of limestone. Sand and gravel. Sand-lime brick. Clay. Kaolin. Pottery clay. Fire clay and pipe clay. Brick clay. Summary. ; North Carolina Geological Survey Economic Paper; Vol. 15; 9.75" tall; 176 pages.

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