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  • Bingham Canyon Mine - Wikipedia

    The Bingham Canyon Mine, more commonly known as Kennecott Copper Mine among locals, , By 1904, there were three large copper smelters and one lead smelter in the Salt Lake valley , Then, in 1997, Carter (a professor at Brigham Young University) put forward that the mine discharge of PM10 has caused lung.

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  • Chilean nationalization of copper - Wikipedia

    By the late 1950s, the three principal copper mines in Chile were Chuquicamata, El Salvador.

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  • CONSOLIDATING POWER: CHILEAN WOMEN IN THE POLITICAL ,

    36 Thomas Klubock, Contested Communities: Class, Gender, and Politics in Chile's El Teniente Copper Mine, 1904-1951 (Durham: Duke University Press,.

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  • History 5562 3 - Graduate Program in History - York University

    Judith Walkowitz, Nights Out: Life in Cosmopolitan London (Yale University Press, 2012) , 1949 (Stanford University Press, 1992) Daniel James and John , Chile's El Teniente Copper Mine, 1904-1951 (Duke, 1998) Optional reading:.

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  • Contested Communities | Duke University Press

    Contested Communities: Class, Gender, and Politics in Chile's El Teniente Copper Mine, 1904-1951 Author(s): Thomas Miller Klubock: Published: 1998: Pages:.

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  • Earl Stannard - Alaska Mining Hall of Fame

    26 Oct 2008 , December 9, 1882 - September 9, 1949 , In his work for Kennecott Copper Company and Guggenex, , He prepared for a Yale education at Phillips Andover, leaving there in 1902 to enroll in Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University , Chile for the El Teniente copper mine, an acquisition of Guggenex.

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  • El Teniente - Wikipedia

    El Teniente ("The Lieutenant") is an underground copper mine in the Chilean commune of , In 1904 William Braden (an engineer from New York City) and EW Nash formed the Braden Copper Company, , The University of Utah Press p

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