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Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

Materials Science and Engineering

Whitehall

1947

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Geology Of The Renova-Bone Basin And Mayflower Mine Areas, R. L. Burns Sep 1947

Geology Of The Renova-Bone Basin And Mayflower Mine Areas, R. L. Burns

Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

This report has been compiled from the data collected during the September, 1947, geologic field trip of the Montana School of Mines. The trip, under the direction of Dr. E. S. Perry, consisted of two weeks of field mapping and observation near Whitehall, Montana, and one week at the Montana School of Mines preparing this report.


Mayflower, Renova Basin, And South Boulder Creek Areas, Howard Nickelson Sep 1947

Mayflower, Renova Basin, And South Boulder Creek Areas, Howard Nickelson

Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

In Montana at the turn of the century a great many men sought the riches buried in the earth's crust. Prospectors fanning out from Butte and other early Montana mining areas located veins at the Mayflower, Renova, and Gold Hill areas.


A Geological Report On Several Localities In The Northwestern Tobacco Root Mountains, Rudi Forhan Sep 1947

A Geological Report On Several Localities In The Northwestern Tobacco Root Mountains, Rudi Forhan

Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

To better acquaint seniors in Geology and mining with actual field practice, the Montana School of Mines offer a course in Geologic Field Mapping, during the three weeks preceding the opening of the fall semester. The first two weeks are spent in actual field mapping of the geologic formations near Whitehall, Montana, while the third week is spent back on the campus compiling data and finishing maps started in the field.