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www.mininghistoryassociation.org/Morenci.htm

The history of mining in Morenci, Arizona is still being written. It is one of the largest mining and processing complexes in the world. Fortunately, many excellent books and articles are available that tell the story of its discovery and development, the many important people involved, and the technological innovations made ...

hubpages.com/style/top-10-american-southwest-turquoise-mines-a-purely-subjective-list

Feb 19, 2013 ... Beneath the dry, dusty surface of the land girdling the Earth at latitudes between 29 degrees north and 39 degrees north, turquoise quietly sleeps. Within these latitudes lie Iran, Tibet, Hubei China and the American Southwest, including Northern...

www.reno.com/story/things-to-do/2015/08/24/find-gems-and-crystals-outside-reno-these-spots/32268447

Aug 24, 2015 ... The Royston Turquoise Mine is located near Tonopah, a little less than four hours from Reno. On Wednesdays and Saturdays from April to October, you can visit the mine and hunt through its tailings for turquoise. This is another trip that may warrant an overnighter. In addition to its historic mining district, ...

wingssilverwork.com/turquoise-tuesday-from-lost-tribes-to-labor-strife-the-colorado-mines

Nov 11, 2014 ... Most of Colorado's turquoise mining operations were small to begin with, and many are now defunct. I'm only going to focus on the major players, which, as a practical matter, means mostly mines that are still in operation, even if on a very small scale, today. We begin in the southern part of Teller County.

america.aljazeera.com/articles/2015/3/6/international-run-on-turquoise-gives-native-american-artisans-the-blues.html

Mar 6, 2015 ... Only a handful of mines in the United States still produce turquoise, a culturally significant stone for the Navajo. Carrie Jung. SANTA FE, N.M. — For Navajo silversmith Rodey Guerro, making jewelry is more than just a source of income — it's part of his way of life. “I've been at this for over 47 years,” he said.

www.desertusa.com/desert-new-mexico/turquoise-road.html

The Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway connects ancient mines and ghost towns reborn as artist communities.

www.mypersiancorner.com/2014/03/turquoise-of-neyshabur.html

Mar 11, 2014 ... ... greatest: literary poets and artists like Khayyam, Attar, and Kamal Al-Molk; produce like rhubarb and melons; and firouzeh, turquoise. Just outside Neyshabur are a plethora of turquoise mines, and all throughout Iran, jewelry stores will proudly tell you that any turquoise they sell is firouzeye Neyshabur.

www.abqjournal.com/1080988/turquoise-has-been-mined-in-the-cerrillos-hills-for-a-millennium-but-the-areas-riches-are-more-extensive-than-that.html

Oct 22, 2017 ... The Turquoise Trail community of Cerrillos is going batty over bats ne ...

www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/j.ctt6wqbh8

From its remote beginnings, buried in mines outside the city of Nishapur in eastern Iran, turquoise and its material culture traveled across India, Central Asia, and the Near East and entered into the tributary economies of the post-Timurid empires of Islamic Eurasia. Turquoise became ingrained in the customs of.