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Description: Booklet on the Mining Industry in Cornwall published by The Cornish Chamber of Mines in 1974 and with an historical background, description of geological environment and processes for extracting tin and summaries of activity at Geevor, South Crofty, Wheal Pendarves, Wheal Jane and the future of tin in Cornwall; Tolgus Tin; China clay; uses of tin; typical mine layout; locations of quarries, mines and tin streaming works.
Record Number: 753343

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Creator: The Cornish Chamber of Mines
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Date: 1974
Coverage: Cornwall
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