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Colorado School of Mines
Colorado's Territorial School of Mines was established in 1874 in Golden, Colorado, at a time of rapid expansion of mining and smelting activity following the discovery of gold in the region in 1859 and of growth of the Territory. The School became a state institution with the formation of the State of Colorado in 1876 and continues as part of Colorado's public university system.
Researching Mines' History
Looking Further into Mines' History
Regional, National, International
- Scholarly and industry publications -- Find them in...
- Scholarly databases in engineering, chemistry, geology, metallurgy, etc.
- Early industry journals in mining, for example Engineering & Mining Journal (E&MJ)
Additional Resources on Mines' History
Galbraith, Den. 1974. One hundred years of engineering: Give 'em Hell, Mines! Mines Magazine Feb 1974, p. 4-25.
Research Librarian; Special Collections Manager