Quincy Mine Stamp Mill caesarmachinery

Stamp mill Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Section of Quincy Mine unit operations diagram showing Allis Steam Stamp Mill. A stamp mill 10 Jun 2013 working the ore at the mine site, a stamp mill was erected on the banks of the San of the Quincy Mining Company of

Quincy Smelter, Hancock, MI SUBSTREET

2015-11-5  However, Quincy Smelting Works didpower-up again in 1948 to smelt stamp mill sand, a by-product of the stamping process that was ejected into local lakes. Both Quincy and Calumet-Helca, another major local copper producer, custom-built and operated vacuum-equipped dredges to suck the discarded waste into shoreline “Reclamation Plants” to extract the remaining 20% copper content.

Guided Tours & Rates Quincy Mine

2021-5-6  The Museum is located in the 1894 No. 2 Hoist Building. The Museum exhibits include mining artifacts, interpretive panels of the Quincy Mining Company, and an operatonal model railroad of the Quincy Mining Company Mining site and Stamp Mill.

The No. 2 Quincy Shaft-Rockhouse: 9,240 Feet into

Reading 3 was adapted from the National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form, Quincy Mining Company Stamp Mills Historic District, Washington, DC: U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 2007; “Quincy Mine’s Shaft-Rockhouse”Keweenaw National Historical Park, National Park Service; “An Interior Ellis Island: Ethnic Diversity and the people of Michigan’s Copper Country,”

Quincy Unit Keweenaw National Historical Park (U.S

2017-9-11  Quincy Smelter Association Formed to preserve the smelter site, the Quincy Smelter Association is a non-profit organization. Within Keweenaw National Historical Park's Quincy Unit are the former Quincy Mining Company properties, including the sites of the mine

Quincy Dredge #2, Stamp Mill along M-26

2018-5-20  The Quincy Dredge and Stamp Mill are located along Michigan Highway 26, or M-26, about two miles south of Hubbell, Michigan. You’ll find the stamp mill on the west side of the road, and the Quincy Dredge across the street, in Torch Lake.

nailhed: Of Stamps & Smelters (Part 2)

2021-5-5  The Quincy Mine's stamp mill tailings spewed out into Torch Lake for generations, refining the ore that was brought down from the hills. Once that constant mighty stream of copper started to show signs of drying up, the company began to look for ways to keep revenue flowing, one of which was re-mining tailings that had been discarded as waste in their early days before the milling

Encyclopedia Of Forlorn Places Quincy Mine,

2019-12-14  Ore from the mine was sent to the Quincy Smelterand the Quincy Stamp millfor processing and purification. A small company town was developed around the mine and over the hundred years of it's operation many mine related buildings were constructed. The Quincy mining company purchased several neighboring mines over the years.

Keweenaw Peninsula Mining History Association

2020-6-29  CLICK HEREfor a map of the Quincy Mine workings. An inclined tramway connected the mine to the Quincy Stamp Mill located at the base of the hill. The concentrated copper was supplied to the Quincy Smelter built in 1898 and located a short distance away along the Portage Canal.

Quincy Mine Stamp Mill caesarmachinery

Stamp mill Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Section of Quincy Mine unit operations diagram showing Allis Steam Stamp Mill. A stamp mill 10 Jun 2013 working the ore at the mine site, a stamp mill was erected on the banks of the San of the Quincy Mining Company of

QUINCY SMELTER: FROM STAMP SANDS TO NATIONAL

2021-4-7  1890s until 1971 produced mill tailings that contaminated the lake sediments and shoreline. About 200 million tons of copper mill stamp sands were dumped into Torch Lake itself, filling about 20 percent of the lake’s volume. Quincy Smelter (OU3)

Keweenaw Stories Quincy Mine Site Keweenaw

The copper ore mined by Quincy on average consisted of just 2% copper and 98% rock, meaning that it required processing to separate copper from waste rock. The ore first traveled to the stamp mill where it was crushed and sorted. The mineral then moved to the

Keweenaw Peninsula Mining History Association

2020-6-29  The mine hoist at the No. 2 was the World’s largest at the time it was installed in 1920. The shaft itself was 9,260 feet deep, the World’s deepest at the time the mine closed in 1945. CLICK HERE for a map of the Quincy Mine workings. An inclined tramway connected the mine to the Quincy Stamp Mill located at the base of the hill.

Browse Subjects Copper Country Historical Images

2006-4-20  Quincy Stamp Mill. Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Manufacturing Process, Mills and Millwork, Interior Quincy Mill Stamp Mine, view of Allis Steam Stamp in Quincy Mill. Additional Print HAER MI-2-152. [Picture of the steam stamp machinery.] Scanned: September 5, 2006

Encyclopedia Of Forlorn Places Quincy Mine,

2019-12-14  When the mine closed in 1945 the Quincy Mining company's properties sprawled over a large area on the hillside above Hancock and included the nearby smelter, stamp mill a small railroad, etc. Preservation efforts did not begin for many years after the mine's closure. In the years between the mine's closure and the creation of the park, many of

Houghton Michigan Traveling Michigan

The Quincy Stamp Mill is off Michigan highway 26, about half way between Dollar Bay and Hubble. There are spots to park on the side of the mill building on the North side of the road. Construction began on the stamp mill in 1888. These mill buildings are part of the Quincy Mining Company Stamp

The No. 2 Quincy Shaft-Rockhouse: 9,240 Feet into

For over 100 years, men ventured deep into mineshafts to reach the valuable copper deposits of Michigan's upper peninsula. The copper that passed through the Quincy Mining Company's candlelit No. 2 Shaft in the 19th century might have become a button on the uniform of a Civil War soldier, a wire for one of the first telephone poles, or part of the early electrical grid.

Guide Book for the Keweenaw Peninsula, MI

2020-12-1  The Franklin mine was just north of the Quincy. To go from their mine to their stamp mill, which was not too far from the parking lot nearer to the Portage Lake shore, the Franklin Mining Company had a gravity powered, dual car, tram railroad.

Restoring Historical Mining Equipment: April 2021

2021-4-26  Stamp Mill Foundries Where were the stamp mill components manufactured? I did get the names of three foundries in the area. Hodge Foundry Lake Superior Iron Works This company was in business from 1880 to 1902 and catered primarily to the three stamp mills in the vicinity, the Quincy Mill, the Pewabic Mill, and the Franklin Mill, all located in

QUINCY SMELTER: FROM STAMP SANDS TO NATIONAL

2021-4-7  1890s until 1971 produced mill tailings that contaminated the lake sediments and shoreline. About 200 million tons of copper mill stamp sands were dumped into Torch Lake itself, filling about 20 percent of the lake’s volume. Quincy Smelter (OU3)

Browse Subjects Copper Country Historical Images

2006-4-20  Quincy Stamp Mill. Metal Trade, Copper Industry and Trade, Copper Mines and Mining, Manufacturing Process, Mills and Millwork, Interior Quincy Mill Stamp Mine, view of Allis Steam Stamp in Quincy Mill. Additional Print HAER MI-2-152. [Picture of the steam stamp machinery.] Scanned: September 5, 2006

Quincy Pasty Central

2001-12-21  Click here to visit the Quincy Mine and Hoist web site. Torch Lake stamp mill built in 1890 (above) and second Torch Lake mill built in 1900 (below). These replaced the older mill on Portage Lake, located just west of the bridge. Quincy. This is one of the rarer varieties of Quincy stock. It shows an incorporation date of March, 1878 which

Category:Quincy Mining Company Stamp Mills

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100. PUMP HOUSE NEAR SITE OF ORIGINAL QUINCY

PUMP HOUSE NEAR SITE OF ORIGINAL QUINCY STAMP MILL ON PORTAGE LAKE. IT PUMPED WATER TO THE MINE LOCATION. C. 1895. Quincy Mining Company, Hancock, Houghton County, MI Creator(s): Lowe, Jet, creator Date Created/Published: 1978; Medium: 4 x 5 in.

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The Quincy Mining Company Stamp Mills Historic District is a historic stamp mill located on . In addition, Quincy was in the process of acquiring the nearby Pewabic Mine, and management knew . However, the rise in the price of copper during World War I provided both impetus and

Quincy Mining Company Collection MS-001

2021-2-24  underground, surface, stamp mill, reclamation, railroad, and smelting operations. Also includes records of several mining companies related to the Quincy Mining Company which operated in Houghton, Ontonagon, and Keweenaw Counties and on Isle Royale. Arranged in 8 series: 1. Corporate Records, 1848-1970. 2. Correspondence, 1872-1986. 3. Financial

Lawton Family Collection MS-785

2021-2-24  relating to Upper Peninsula iron ranges and the Quincy Mine, Stamp Mill, and Smelter. Additional material includes the semi-published work "Charles Latham Lawton: His Family and Related History, Superintendent, Manager of Quincy Mine, 1905-1946, Hancock Michigan" researched and written by Lawton's great nephew, John M. Lawton.

Eby Stamp Mill Explore Real California Gold Mines!

2017-10-9  The Eby Stamp Mill is an example of the type of facility used in hard rock gold mining to crush ore. It is one of the few stamp mills left and recalls the Feather River history as a rich gold mining area. Only five of the original 10 stamps have been made part of this historic restoration of the Eby Mill.

Restoring Historical Mining Equipment: April 2021

2021-4-26  Stamp Mill Foundries Where were the stamp mill components manufactured? I did get the names of three foundries in the area. Hodge Foundry Lake Superior Iron Works This company was in business from 1880 to 1902 and catered primarily to the three stamp mills in the vicinity, the Quincy Mill, the Pewabic Mill, and the Franklin Mill, all located in