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[Men chopping wood, damming stream, and washing ore demonstrate a sluicing method for obtaining stones from which tin is made]

[Ore testing and ovens in assay laboratory with surrounding text]

The ore bank at Elizabeth Furnace

Map showing the road of the Coal and Iron Railway Co. and the coal and iron ore lands along its line.

Stage on Ouray-Red Mountain toll road. Road used to haul ore from mining section to mills. Snow is from snow slide, winter of 1881. Picture was made in August 1882. Colorado

Bird's eye view of Pendleton, Umatilla County, Ore.

Virginia & Truckee ore train Crown Point trestle ; Virginia & Truckee R.R. express and depot ; Early day scene in gold canyon when gold was first discovered in Nevada in 1850.

[Peasants carrying two-hundred pound bags of silver ore from mines, Mexico]

Coal and ore docks, Oswego, N.Y.

Ohio, Fairport ore docks

Astbury's map of Clatsop Co., Ore., Aug. 1895 /

[Salmon fishing on Columbia River, Ore.: "coming in with the catch" (small boats)]

[Andrew Kan & Co., china store, Portland, Ore.]

[Thornberger hoist unloading ore, Lackawanna ore docks, Buffalo, N.Y.]

[Salmon fishing on Columbia River, Ore.: "loading the nets"]

[Salmon fishing on Columbia River, Ore.: 10 fishermen posed with net and catch]

[Salmon fishing on Columbia River, Ore.: "fishing with the gillnet"]

Escanaba, ore docks

Ore docks, Escanaba, Mich.

The Escanaba ore docks

Escanaba, Mich. Ore docks

Escanaba, Mich. Ore docks

Burro train--gold ore from Virginus mine near Ouray, Colo., U.S.A.

[Hoisting ore & lowering miners, Lead Homestake Mine]

L.S. & M.S. [Lake Shore & Michigan Southern] Ry. ore docks, Ashtabula, Ohio

Clam shell ore unloading plant, Conneaut, Ohio

Cleveland & Pittsburgh ore docks, Cleveland

Hanna's ore plant, Erie, Pa.

To Sinai via the desert. Manganese ore dump at Abou Zenimeh

[Str. landing at S.S. Ry. ore docks, Marquette, Mich.]

[Ore or coal docks and Anchor Line dock at the harbor, Marquette, Mich.]

[The Manda unloading ore, Cleveland, Ohio]

Unloading ore at L.S. & M.S. [Lake Shore & Michigan Southern] Ry. Co.'s docks, Ashtabula, Ohio

[Loading ore or coal onto cargo ship Wyandotte]

Unloading ore and loading fuel, Lackawanna ore docks, Buffalo, N.Y.

Republican Convention Committee: Back row left to right, R.S. Williams (Ore.), E.C. Duncan (N.C.), A.I. Vorys (O.), F.W. Upham (Ill.), D.W. Mulvane (Kan.). Front row l to r, W.F. Stone (Md.), F. Murphy (N.J.), H.S. New (Ind.), W. Hayward (N.Y.), V. Rosewater (Neb.)

Unloading ore at Conneaut, Ohio, Brown conveying hoists

Unloading ore at Conneaut, Ohio, Brown conveying hoists

Whirleys unloading ore, Penna. R.R. [Pennsylvania Railroad] docks, Erie, Pa.

[Unloading at ore docks, Cleveland]

Thornberger hoists unloading ore, Lackawanna ore docks, Buffalo, N.Y.

Anchor Line docks and Penna. R.R. [Pennsylvania Railroad] coal & ore docks, Erie, Pa.

Thornberger hoists unloading ore, Lackawanna ore docks, Buffalo, N.Y.

Unloading ore from whaleback, Buffalo

[Ore dock and harbor, Cleveland, Ohio]

[Unloading ore from Hulett machine, Buffalo, N.Y.]

Unloading at ore docks, Cleveland, O[hio]

Ore docks and harbor, Cleveland

Cleveland & Pittsburgh ore docks, Cleveland, Brown conveying hoists

Drilling cooper ore one mile underground the Wilson Mine, Metcalf, Arizona

"River! O River! upon thy tide Full many a freighted bark doth ride." - Columbia River, Ore.

[Half-length portrait of Indian with decorated face, feather and bead ornaments, seated, facing right] / D.D. Wilder, The Dalles, Ore., photographer, novelties, Indian curios.

[Ore cars at the docks in Duluth, Minn. Oct. 31, 1903]

[Train-load of ore and miners outside Davis Coal and Coke Industry]

[Marion County] Court Hose, [Salem, Ore.; exterior and surroundings]

Steamers loading at the Mesabi [i.e. Missabe] ore docks, Duluth, Minn.

Loading a king hoist in hold [of iron ore ship] - showing pickmen at work, Conneaut, Ohio

Iron ore and coke cars, Pittsburg, Pa., U.S.A.

Looking between ore docks No. 2 and No. 3, Two Harbors, Minn., U.S.A.

[Interior of Forestry Bldg. at the Lewis and Clark Centennial, Portland, Ore., 1905. Displays; pillars of huge trees, stuffed animals]

Main entrance, Lewis & Clark Exposition, Portland, Ore.

Surface of ore dock, Two Harbors, Minn., U.S.A.

Exhibit of Linn Co., Ore. - Agriculture Palace, Lewis & Clark Exposition, Portland, Ore.

Overlooking the ore docks, Two Harbors, Minn., U.S.A.

[Interior of Forestry Bldg. at the Lewis and Clark Centennial, Portland, Ore., 1905. Displays; pillars of huge trees, stuffed animals]

Over Main Entrance and Colonade, Agricultural Palace [r]ight, Foreign Palace (left), Portland Exposition, Portland, Ore.

The Prune Bear, made of prunes grown in the Sacramento Valley, Calif., at the Portland, Ore. Exposition

Ore cars ready for the dock in railroad yards, Two Harbors, Minn., U.S.A.

Typical iron ore underground miner, Mesabi Range, Minn., U.S.A.

A close view of Thomas Scott Baldwin's most successful airship, "Gelatine", at the Lewis & Clark Exposition, Portland, Ore.

Steamers at the South Shore Ry. ore docks, Marquette, Mich.

Presque Isle ore docks, Marquette, Mich.

A logging train loaded with huge logs crossing a trestle in the Cascade Mountains, Ore.

Gigantic steam shovel dumping 5-ton load of iron ore into car, "open-pit" mine, Hibbing, Minn.

Aboard a lake steamer loading with iron ore by chutes from gigantic docks, Duluth, Minn.

Scooping-out 5-ton loads of iron ore with steam shovel, "open-pit" mine, Hibbing, Minn.

Digging iron ore with steam shovel and loading cars at "open-pit" mine, Hibbing, Minn.

Unloading iron ore from lake vessels (old method in foreground, new in distance), Cleveland, Ohio

Vessels with 15,736 tons of iron ore passing down through the canal, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.

Docks with two miles frontage, holding 200,000 tons of iron ore, Two Harbors, Minn.

Overhead ore carrier and stoves where air is heated for the furnaces, steel works, Homestead, Pa.

Ore docks, blast furnaces & steel mills, South Chicago, Ill., International Harvester Co., Chicago, Ill.

Ore steamer entering harbor, Cleveland, O[hio]

Hulett machine unloading ore, Pennsylvania [Railroad] dock, Buffalo, N.Y.

Brown electric hoist, unloading ore, Buffalo, N.Y.

Hulett machine unloading ore, Buffalo, N.Y.

Washing copper ore at the mines in Corrocoro, Bolivia

Brown electric hoist, unloading ore, Buffalo, N.Y.

Crater Lake, Ore.

Crater Lake, Ore.

Prineville, Ore.

Three Boys Shoveling Zinc Ore from Car Into Wagon, Near Big Bonanza Mine, Aurora, Mo. Youngest boy is Robert Nichols, next larger is Hobart Crawford. They both go to school and work on Saturdays. The other boy works every day. Location: Aurora, Missouri.

Bend, Ore. and the Cascade Mts.

Ore unloading, American Steel & Wire Co. [Company] plant, Cleveland, O[hio]

South Shore ore docks, Marquette, Mich.

Miss Maisie MacMaster, Portland, Ore.

Basil Roberts and James Hopper, both 12 years old, go to school when in session and work at Coleman Bros. Zinc Mine, Aurora, Mo., Saturdays and holidays, culling "waste" from the zinc ore on the "dumps." Their fathers work in zinc mines nearby. These boys told me no boys were permitted to work down in the mines, and said they were the only boys working in the vicinity; which seemed to be about true. Location: Aurora, Missouri.

Ore centre looking east, south & west, from back of P.O., Kern River field

A Boy (may be over 14) at Heavy Work. Shoveling Ore at Daisy Bell Mine, Aurora, Mo.,. Location: Aurora, Missouri.

"The Round-Up Band", Pendleton, Ore., 1911

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