3 edition of Mineral Resources of the San Carlos Indian Reservation, Arizona found in the catalog.
Mineral Resources of the San Carlos Indian Reservation, Arizona
United States Geological Survey
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 1027N|
|Contributions||Bromfield, C.S., Shride, A.F.|
established the "San Carlos Indian Reservation" from that portion of the White Mountain Indian Reservation lying south of the Salt and Black Rivers. By Act of Congress of J , certain unallotted lands on Indian Reservations in Arizona were thrown open to prospecting for metalliferous minerals, and deposits so found became subject to claim. Books and Open-File Reports Section U.S. Geological Survey Federal Center Box Denver, CO Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Mineral resources of the Needles Eye Wilderness Study Area, Gila County, Arizona. (Mineral resources of wilderness study areas Southeastern Arizona; : Frank S. Simons, P.K. Theobald, R.R. Tidball, J.A. Erdman, T.F. Harms, Andrew Griscom, G.S. Ryan. The Granite Basin laccolith is located in the Mescal Mountains of the San Carlos Indian Reservation, 15 miles ENE of Kearny, Arizona. According to Willden (), the feldspar-mica porphyry intruded the Naco Limestone about 62 Ma. Locally, the Pennsylvanian Naco strikes northwesterly and dips about 25 to 30 degrees to the southwest.
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Bromfield, C.S., and Shride, A.F.,Mineral resources of the San Carlos Indian Reservation, Arizona: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin N, p.3 sheets. Arizona book From abstract: At the request of the Council of the San Carlos Apache Tribe the U.
Geological Survey entered into a cooperative agreement calling for a brief reconnaissance study to determine, as far as Arizona book, the mineral potential of the San Carlos Indian Reservation. Five months of field work was done during the winter and spring of Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Arizona book, Calvin Stanton, Mineral resources of the San Carlos Indian Reservation, Arizona (OCoLC) Get this from a library.
Mineral resources of the San Carlos Indian Reservation, Arizona. [Calvin Stanton Bromfield; A F Shride; Geological Survey (U.S.),].
Mines and mineral resources — Arizona — San Carlos Indian Reservation; Mines and mineral resources; Arizona — San Carlos Indian Reservation; Related Titles: Technical report archive and image library Note: Arizona book from title screen (viewed J ).
Bibliography Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and index. MINERAL RESOURCES, SAN CARLOS INDIAN RESERVATION nent inhabitants are on a few ranches widely scattered over the reservation. As ofthere were two paved highways in the area. High which passes through Bylas, traverses the southern area of the reservation, and part of between Globe and SaffordCited by: Schwennesen, A.T.
() Geology and water resources of the Gila and San Carlos Valleys in the San Carlos Indian Reservation, Arizona: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper A, 27 p., 2 sheets, scaleGenre/Form: Maps: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brown, James G.
(James Gary), Geology and ground-water resources of the San Carlos Indian Reservation ; Gila, Graham, and Pinal counties, Arizona. GEOLOGY Mineral Resources of the San Carlos Indian Reservation GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF THE SAN CARLOS INDIAN RESERVATION, GILA, GRAHAM, AND FINAL COUNTIES, ARIZONA By James G.
Brown ABSTRACT The San Carlos Indian Reservation includes about 2, square miles in east-central : J.G. Brown. Recently, beautiful gem peridot crystals from Afghanistan have appeared on the world market. In this century the bulk of gem peridot has been mined from Peridot Mesa near San Carlos, Arizona (See Above).
This deposit is on the Apache Indian Reservation and is mined by freelance tribal miners. The San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation encompasses million acres of pristine land spanning across three regions of mountain Arizona book, desert, and plateau landscapes. The rich cultural heritage is as abundant and rich as the tribal land’s natural resources.
Bromfield, C.S. & Shride (), Mineral resources of the San Carlos Indian Reservation, Arizona, USGS Bull. N: Mineral and/or Locality is an outreach project of the Hudson Institute of Mineralogy, Mineral Resources of the San Carlos Indian Reservation (c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
The San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, in southeastern Arizona, United States, was established in as a reservation for the Chiricahua Apache tribe as well as surrounding Yavapai and Apache bands forcibly removed from their original homelands under a strategy devised by General George Crook of using an Apache to catch an Apache.
Also known as "Hell's Forty Acres" under United States. The San Carlos Indian Reservation, nearly 7, km2 in size and extending a maximum of about km east-west and 95 km north-south, is located in east-central Arizona. Peterson, J.
A., & Hibpshman, M. () Status of Mineral Resource Information for the San Carlos Indian Reservation, Arizona. Administrative Report BIA ⓘ Hematite. Reference: Bromfield, C.S.
& Shride (), Mineral resources of the San Carlos Indian Reservation, AZ, USGS Bull. N: ⓘ Hercynite Formula: Fe 2+ Al 2 O 4. The map of the San Carlos Indian Reservation shows the great variety of Tertiary volcanic and sedimentary rocks typical of the northern part of the Basin and Range Province in east-central Arizona and the structural complications resulting from Cenozoic extension.
Rocks exposed in the area range in age from Proterozoic to Quaternary and include Paleozoic strata, a few units of Mesozoic age. The San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, in southeastern Arizona, United States, was established in as a reservation for the Chiricahua Apache tribe as well as surrounding Yavapai and Apache.
References cover the Gila River watershed between the Arizona-New Mexico border on the east and Coolidge Dam on the San Carlos Indian Reservation on the west.
The watershed includes roug square miles, about half in Arizona and half in New Mexico. Begin your outdoor adventure at the San Carlos Wildlife & Recreation Department to get a fishing permit, or to apply for an elk-hunting tag – the tribe’s Dry Lake and Hilltop herds have produced some of the world’s largest antler-bearing elk.
San Carlos is located on U.S. Highway 70 on San Carlos Apache Indian tribal lands. Time your. The San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, in southeastern Arizona, was established in as a reservation for the Ndeh or Chiricahua Apache tribe.
It was referred to by some as "Hell's Forty Acres," due to a myriad of dismal health and environmental conditions. Today, this tribe is known as the San Carlos Apache Tribe of the San Carlos Reservation. Tufa Quarry, San Carlos area, San Carlos Indian Reservation, Gila Co., Arizona, USA: A former pumice quarry located in the N½ sec.
2, T1S, R18E, about 2¼ miles NW of San Carlos, on Indian Reservation land. Quarry locations are also in sec. 1 and 3, T1S, R18E, and secs.
and. San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, San Carlos, Arizona. K likes. The San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, in southeastern Arizona, United States, /5(). Most of the San Carlos Apache tribe's 10, members live in the communities of San Carlos and Bylas.
Both communities are located close to High one of the main East-West roads through Arizona. Most tribal services, government offices, businesses and homes are located in downtown San Carlos, but there are also a scattering of residential.
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It was approved on February 7, The San Carlos Mineral Strip was returned to the Reservation and is the southwestern part of San Carlos Reservation. Though San Carlos Reservation was ceded to the Montana Chippewa's, many of the Montana Chippewa's also moved to Fort Apache Reservation.
We were told to look along the trail for evidence. The San Carlos Indian Reservation is a mine located in Graham county, Arizona at an elevation of 3, feet.
All mine locations were obtained from the USGS Mineral Resources Data System. The locations and other information in this database have not been verified for accuracy. It should be assumed that all mines are on private property. deposit. bromfield, c.s., and shride, a.f.,mineral resources of the san carlos indian reservation arizona: u.s.
geological survey bulletin n, p. Read more about Mineral resources of the San Carlos Indian Reservation, Arizona Prospectors' proving ground, in History of mining in Grand Canyon region Billingsley, G.H.,Prospectors' proving ground, in History of mining in Grand Canyon region: Journal of Arizona History, v.
17, no. 1, p. Mineral Resources of The San Carlos Indian Reservation Arizona By, Clavin S. Bromfield and Andrew F.
Shride. A Constibution to Economic Geology. (Geological Survey Bulletin, -N). US Department of Interior, Status of Mineral Resource Information for the San Carlos Indian Reservation, Arizona By, Jocelyn A. Peterson and Mark H.
Hibpshman. Read more about Land subsidence and earth fissures caused by ground-water depletion in southern Arizona, in Anderson, T.W. and Johnson, A.I., eds., Regional aquifer systems of the United States - Southwest alluvial basins of Arizona; Geologic map of the San Carlos Indian Reservation, Arizona.
San Carlos Recreation and Wildlife Department Phone: () EPA - Region 9 Harry Allen Contact. Agent Orange Information Education. For Tribal Member Guide List contact Department. Visit and Frequent Local Business. Business Opportunities.
Recommended Links. Apache Gold Casino & Resort. Sovereignty Salt River Canyon San Carlos Indian Reservation Arizona the San Carlos Apache reservation - Duration: apacherenegade 1, views. The Geology of Peridot Mesa, Arizona. Get this from a library. San Carlos Mineral Strip: hearing before the Subcommittee on Public Lands of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-third Congress, second session, on S.
and H.R. Ap [United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Native Americans in Arizona continued their involvement with mining ventures in the 20th century, including working seven asbestos mines on the San Carlos Apache Reservation.
Instead, the site is a gorge in the flatlands of the San Carlos Apache Reservation, and the miners are Apaches equipped with hammers, crowbars and coffee cans. Peridot is a green, transparent, semiprecious stone that was once popular among Egyptian royalty.
View Forsterite Forsterite from San Carlos Indian Reservation, Gila Co., Arizona, United States Gemmy light green peridot in basalt. Richard, S.M.,Map showing the orientation of layering and faults in the San Carlos - Safford - Duncan Nonpoint-Source Management Zone, east-central Arizona: Arizona Geological Survey Open-File Report2 p., 1 sheet, scalePeridot from Arizona.
Gem quality Peridot is found in the region of Arizona, Phoenix in the United States. Peridot Mesa is located on the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation east.
The Seneca Prospect is a asbestos mine located in Gila county, Arizona at an elevation of 4, feet. maps. Please consider becoming a member. About the MRDS Data: All mine locations were obtained from the USGS Mineral Resources Data System. F.,MINERAL RESOURCES OF THE SAN CARLOS INDIAN RESERVATION, ARIZONA: UNITED STATES.
CORPORATE CHARTER OF THE SAN CARLOS APACHE TRIBE, ARIZONA A FEDERAL CORPORATION CHARTERED Pdf THE ACT OF J "Wltereas, the San Carlos Apache Indians of Arizona constitute a recognized Indian Tribe, organized under a constitution and by-laws, ratified by the tribe on Octo, and approved by the Acting.Arizona Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family - GOYFF.
San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation. Pages Interest San Carlos English (US) Español Português (Brasil) I like traditions.i like using natural resources to beauty me, September 8, /5(5).San Carlos (Western Apache: Sengaah) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Gila County, Arizona, United ebook was 4, ebook the census, up from 3, at the census.
San Carlos is the largest community in and the seat of government for the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation. San Carlos' economy is underdeveloped and is based mainly on retail service County: Gila.