Black Mesa may refer to: Places in the United States: Black Mesa (Oklahoma), in
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Located in far northwestern Cimarron County in the Oklahoma Panhandle at an
elevation of 4,972.97 feet, the highest point in Oklahoma, the Black Mesa ...
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When Peabody Coal Co. opened strip-mining on Black Mesa in 1970 it started
using 1.4 billion gallons each year to slurry 5 ... Our history is also your history.
Complex issues confront the Hopi and Navajo tribes as they struggle to protect
the critical Navajo Aquifer and salvage jobs upon the closing of the Black Mesa ...
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History of Black Mesa, Oklahoma ... specifically the Panhandle, aka No Man's
Land, the most western area being Cimarron County, home of the Black Mesa.
Black Mesa is not black and it is not a mesa. ... built the three largest government-
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Black Mesa is a mesa that extends from Mesa de Maya in Colorado southeasterly
28 miles (45 km) along the north bank of the Cimarron River, crossing the ...