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Copper: the encompassing story of mankind"s first metal

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Published by Howell-North Books in Berkeley .
Written in English


  • Copper

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LC ClassificationsTN 440 J6 1973
The Physical Object
Pagination407 p.
Number of Pages407
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22004564M
ISBN 100831071036

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There are many sources of information about copper online. I suggest you look at independent organizations first that are loaded with papers that answer many of your questions. 1. In Europe, European Copper Institute, Welcome to the European Coppe. Ira Beaman Joralemon ( – ) was an American mining engineer, economic geologist, and mining company executive, who specialized in exploration and mining of copper ore a career spanning more than six decades, Joralemon was involved in the discovery and development of numerous major copper and gold deposits, many of which went on to become operational mines. The first U.S. facility for electrolytic copper was at Laurel Hill, N.Y. in , following only five years after Emil Wohlwill's first modern unit at Hamburg. Expanding demand for copper in brass production, as well as in the electrical area, was an important factor in the success of the Guggenheims. Potatoes were first cultivated in the Andes Mountains of South America, where the llama was also domesticated. Metal-working, starting with copper around BCE, was first used for tools and ornaments. Gold soon followed, with its main use being for ornaments. The need for metal ores stimulated trade, as many of the areas of early human.

  Sources: "Bisbee: Queen of the Copper Camps" (Lynn R. Bailey); "Copper: The Encompassing Story of Mankind's First Metal" (Ira B. Joralemon); Engineering and Mining Journal, Vol Jan. I persevered though, and it was well worth it. This book talks about the history of Gold, from its beginnings with uses by the Pharos of Egypt, to it's use as currency, first as bricks, to standardized bricks, to coins - standardized coins, to the Gold Standard, and /5(54). Book titles with asterisks (*) are available as ebooks from most major online ebook retailers. Joralemon, Copper, the Encompassing Story of Mankind’s First Metal, reviewed by David A. Walker | Cushman, Montana—The Gold Frontier, reviewed by Duane A. Smith | Crossen, Charles Russell—Friend, reviewed by Sam Gilluly. The History of Metal Mining and Metallurgy. An Annotated Bibliography. Garland Publishing, Inc. In terms of American Mining only try these reference sources: 1. Ira B. Joraleman. Copper:The Encompassing Story of Mankind's First Metal. Berkely, Calif.: Howell-North Books, pages. 2. Richard H. Phelps.