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  • HISTORICAL SKETCH OF MINING - Iowa Research Online

    HISTORICAL SKETCH OF MINING - Iowa Research Online

    HISTORICAL SKETCH OF MINING The early history of mining in the Upper :Mississippi valley ... The early history of lead-mining in northeastern Iowa is in-separably interwoven with that of southwestern Wisconsin and . p.orthwestern illinois.,Geologically there is only a single cir-.

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  • Trends in Occupational and Adult Lead Exposure in ...

    Trends in Occupational and Adult Lead Exposure in ...

    During early Wisconsin statehood, lead mining and smelting were important industries in Southwestern Wisconsin. In recognition of the health hazards of lead exposure, lead poisoning was on the 1911 first listing of Wisconsin public health reportable diseases. Although

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  • History - Wisconsin - City-Data

    History - Wisconsin - City-Data

    In the early 1820s, lead mining brought an influx of white settlers called "Badgers." Indian resistance to white expansion collapsed after the 1832 Black Hawk War, in which Sauk and Fox Indians fleeing from Illinois were defeated and massacred by white militia near the .

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  • Missouri-Mines - Mining Artifacts

    Missouri-Mines - Mining Artifacts

    Missouri began mining coal in the 1840s and was the first commercial coal mining state west of the Mississippi River. Most of the early mines were underground and have since been abandoned. Surface mining didn''t start in Missouri until the 1930s.

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  • Tours | Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums

    Tours | Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums

    The Mining Museum Exhibits These self-guided exhibits trace the development of lead and zinc mining in the Upper Mississippi Valley Lead and Zinc district from its beginning in the 1820s until active mining .

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  • Learn About Wisconsin''s Amazing Mining History At This ...

    Learn About Wisconsin''s Amazing Mining History At This ...

    Home to a University of Wisconsin campus, this area has a deep mining history that drew immigrants from across Europe. Starting in the mid-1840s and going well into the 1970s, this area was rife with lead and zinc mining.

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  • Wisconsin Bicycling: Wisconsin Bike Tours

    Wisconsin Bicycling: Wisconsin Bike Tours

    Steep wooded valleys mean tough biking in the lead mining region. The site of the nation''s first great mineral rush in 1820, it was once the most populous part of the state. Early miners were called "badgers" for living in shacks over hillside holes.

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  • Mormons in Wisconsin

    Mormons in Wisconsin

    The Utah LDS Church''s marker mentions Jenkynsville as a lead mining town, with little known about the place, and omits a mention of Potosi, a prominent Mormon lead mining town, because that branch moved to Voree and then to Michigan. ... the Utah LDS Church''s use of the modern name on an early Wisconsin history marker is an attempt to associate ...

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  • WISCONSIN''S MINING INDUSTRY; PAST, PRESENT, AND .

    WISCONSIN''S MINING INDUSTRY; PAST, PRESENT, AND .

    The French were actively mining lead in the early 1700s, and mining activity continued on a small scale through British rule until the region that would become Wisconsin became part of .

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  • ,Geology of Parts of The Upper Mississippi Valley Zinc ...

    ,Geology of Parts of The Upper Mississippi Valley Zinc ...

    The Upper Mississippi Valley Zinc-Lead District GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN 1123 ... the Wisconsin- Illinois-Iowa zinc-lead district is an area of 52 square miles in Iowa and 3 square miles in Illinois. The Mississippi River flows through the area and ... Mining of galena started as early as 1690 in the Dubuque South quadrangle

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  • Platteville | Travel Wisconsin

    Platteville | Travel Wisconsin

    The lead miners gave Wisconsin its nickname, the "Badger State." Platteville''s early mining heritage is showcased in The Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums, a three-acre campus built atop the 1845 Bevans Lead Mine with a cultural history collection of more than 20,000 items from the late 1800''s.

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  • History of lead mining - Review of The Mining & Rollo ...

    History of lead mining - Review of The Mining & Rollo ...

    Apr 13, 2013· The history of mining in SW Wisconsin was very interesting. Museum has a good collection mining equipment and information on the Driftless region and the lead and zinc mining in that area. Tour guides were knowledgeable.

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  • Early Explorers | IPTV

    Early Explorers | IPTV

    Julien Dubuque''s Lead Mines In the 1780s a young Frenchman named Julien Dubuque learned that there were rich deposits of lead ore on the west side of the Mississippi near Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin. Lead was valuable because it was used to make ammunition for guns and cannons.

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  • Julien Dubuque''s Mine--- American Latino Heritage: A ...

    Julien Dubuque''s Mine--- American Latino Heritage: A ...

    Julien Dubuque''s Mines, Mines of Spain, is a historic district that contains a nationally significant concentration of more than 100 archeological sites associated with the mining of lead .

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  • Wisconsin Lead Region Historical Marker

    Wisconsin Lead Region Historical Marker

    Indians had sold lead to early traders, but there were few white miners here in 1820. (A historical marker located in Shullsburg in Lafayette County, Wisconsin.) Grant, Iowa and Lafayette counties were once the center of a lead-mining boom.

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  • Negro slavery in Wisconsin :: Turning Points in Wisconsin ...

    Negro slavery in Wisconsin :: Turning Points in Wisconsin ...

    Feedback and Support: click to comment or ask a question. Visit our other Wisconsin Historical Society websites!

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  • Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey » Mining: Iron

    Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey » Mining: Iron

    Iron mining in Wisconsin, 2011, Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Factsheet 3. Formatted version of the map and text on this page. Metallic mineral deposits, 2014, Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Factsheet 4.

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  • The Wisconsin Emigrant: An American Folk Song

    The Wisconsin Emigrant: An American Folk Song

    The lyrics to The Wisconsin Emigrant are representative of the discussions that went on in thousands of s in the 19th century as husband and wife debated whether or not to .

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  • Ethnic Groups in Wisconsin: Historical Background | Max ...

    Ethnic Groups in Wisconsin: Historical Background | Max ...

    When lead mining went into decline, however, many of the Cornish moved on to the copper mines of Michigan and the gold mines of California. In 1850, about 7,000 of the 27,000 British immigrants in Wisconsin were Cornish.

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  • CDC - Lead - Publications

    CDC - Lead - Publications

    The Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program is committed to the Healthy People goal of eliminating elevated blood lead levels in children by 2020. CDC continues to assist state and local childhood lead poisoning prevention programs, to provide a scientific basis for policy decisions, and to ensure that health issues are addressed in decisions about housing and the environment.

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  • Wisconsin Historical Markers: Cave of the Mounds

    Wisconsin Historical Markers: Cave of the Mounds

    the most important industry in the region in the early 1800s was lead mining, and that is what first brought Ebenezer Brigham to Blue Mounds. Brigham''s enterprising spirit helped Blue Mounds flourish for years as a lead mining and other industries grew.

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  • The Mesquakie, Lead Mining, and Slavery in the Driftless ...

    The Mesquakie, Lead Mining, and Slavery in the Driftless ...

    Dr. Eugene Tesdahl has served as an assistant professor of history at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville since fall 2014. In this position, he offers courses in early America, American women''s history, and Native American history.

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  • WER Gallery: Mining - University of Wisconsin–Madison

    WER Gallery: Mining - University of Wisconsin–Madison

    Germania Mine, Hurley, Wisconsin: Germania Mine Workers: Germania Mine Workers: Montreal Miners: Montreal Miners: ... Pioneer windlass used in early mining: Map of the U. S. Lead Mines, 1829: Unidentified mining scene: Interior of Lead Mine, near Cassville ...

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  • CarolJ. Rosen Department of Geography Uniuersity of ...

    CarolJ. Rosen Department of Geography Uniuersity of ...

    Rosen Department of Geography Uniuersity of Wisconsin - Whitewater . Introduction . Between . t . ... An early imoge of both mining and ogriculture in the leed region is seen on Figure 1. The 1829 "Mop of ... Wisconsin''s lead mining era ended

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  • images.library.wisc.edu

    images.library.wisc.edu

    of the Wisconsin lead district. It shows trails into the lead region from southern Illinois and from Chicago, and trails out to Green Bay, Fort Winnebago, and Fort Crawford, to Arena ... Notes on Early Lead Mining, in Wisconsin His- torical Collections, xiii, 271—292; also map of lead region in .

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  • Wisconsin Lawyer: President''s Message: Mining in Wisconsin:

    Wisconsin Lawyer: President''s Message: Mining in Wisconsin:

    "Badgers" were actually early lead miners. Nearly a century since the heyday of mining in Iron County and 50 years since it petered out in the 1960s, an open-pit iron mine is being considered. The mine''s estimated size after removal of the granite overburden is four miles long, a .

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  • Wisconsin Legacy Rifle – American Legacy Firearms | Custom ...

    Wisconsin Legacy Rifle – American Legacy Firearms | Custom ...

    From its early beginnings, the area was as a leader in the fur trade. Through the years there were many industries that popped up such as lead mining which provided an economy for people to live off of.

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  • Wisconsin | Capital, Map, Population, Facts, & History ...

    Wisconsin | Capital, Map, Population, Facts, & History ...

    In the early decades of the 19th century lead mining was prevalent in southwestern Wisconsin, and the miners (many of whom were of Cornish descent) who burrowed dugouts like badgers into the hillsides for their lodging are responsible for Wisconsin being nicknamed the Badger State.

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  • Secret cash aided politicians who rewrote Wisconsin law to ...

    Secret cash aided politicians who rewrote Wisconsin law to ...

    The Guardian news organization, citing leaked documents from the Wisconsin John Doe investigation, found that lead executive Simmons had made donations totaling $750,000 to Wisconsin Club for Growth between April 2011 and January 2012.

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  • Fort Defiance - Mineral Point, WI - Military Installations ...

    Fort Defiance - Mineral Point, WI - Military Installations ...

    "Fort Defiance was one of the last garrisoned stockade forts constructed in territorial Wisconsin. Located in the booming lead mining region, an area of early settlement, the fort was built by local settlers in 1832 when developing tensions over Indian land rights erupted in the Black Hawk War ...

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