• Mill (currency)Wikipedia

    The mill or (₥) (sometimes mil in the UK when discussing property taxes in the United States or previously in Cyprus and Malta) is a now-abstract unit of currency used sometimes in accounting. In the United States it is a notional unit equivalent to 1 ⁄ 1000 of a United States dollar (a one-hundredth of a dime or a tenth of a cent).

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  • Gold Mining and Milling in the United States and Canada

    Gold Mining and Milling in the United States and Canada Current Practices and Costs One of 1 474 Jackson Charles F. Knaebel John B. Gold Mining and Milling in the United States and Canada Current Practices and Costs report 1932 Washington D.C..

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  • Records of the U.S. Bureau of Mines National Archives

    (RECORD GROUP 70) 1860-1996 (Bulk 1910-90) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents 70.1 ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY 70.2 GENERAL RECORDS 1900-96 (bulk 1910-90) 70.2.1 Correspondence 70.2.2 Other general records 70.2.3 Records of the Assistant Director for Programs 70.2.4 Records of Special Assistant to the Director and Chief of the War Minerals Supply Division

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  • Gold History of Use Mining Prospecting Assay Production

    Gold was produced in the southern Appalachian region as early as 1792 and perhaps as early as 1775 in southern California. The discovery of gold at Sutter s Mill in California sparked the gold rush of 1849-50 and hundreds of mining camps sprang to life as new deposits were discovered. Gold production increased rapidly.

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