2 edition of Review of the western coal boom in Wyoming & Montana found in the catalog.
Review of the western coal boom in Wyoming & Montana
Gary B Glass
by Geological Survey of Wyoming in Laramie, Wyo
|Statement||by Gary B. Glass|
|Series||Reprint -- no. 32, Reprint (Geological Survey of Wyoming) -- no. 32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
Western Montana ghost towns. You can’t even begin to talk about a Western Montana road trip without including ghost towns. If you’re unfamiliar, a ghost town is the remnants of a boom-town that has been vacated for one reason or another, often due to the end of the mining era or relocation of timber centers. Coal output peaked in , when 2,, tons of coal were produced by thirty-seven mines, but the normal figures in the first two decades of the century were around a million tons annually. Higher coal prices during the era of World War I caused the value of the coal mined in the years from to to exceed that of any previous period.
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Author(s) Glass, G.B.; Wyoming State Geological Survey. Date Issued Collections. Wyoming State Geological Survey. The Montana-Wyoming water supplies are as precarious as they are precious; they will be irrevocably damaged by the breakup of ""overburden"" over hundreds of thousands of square miles, the removal of thick seams of coal which hold and filter ground water, the withdrawal of up to 50 percent (in dry years) of the Yellowstone's annual flow to meet.
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“The ranchers who own minerals are all for it,” said Roger C. Rice, the graying senior exploration geologist for the Western Energy Company, Montana Power's coal mining subsidiary. Still, Wyoming has the goods: oil, coal, methane, diamonds, uranium. And although Wyoming was the first territory to give women the vote, t his is.
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OCLC Number: Reproduction Notes: Print reproduction. Description: 1 volume (various pagings): illustrations ; 28 cm: Contents: Coal hauler --the Montana, Wyoming and Southern Railroad --Twarted dreams --the story of the Montana Southern Railway --The Butte, Anaconda and Pacific Railway --Life line of Teton County --the Montana Western Railway --The Spartan White Sulphur Springs and.
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