Image from page 40 of “A glimpse of Utah, its resources, attraction and natural wonders /by Edward F. Colborn” (1911) – Boston Picture

Identifier: glimpseofutahits02colb
Title: A glimpse of Utah, its resources, attraction and natural wonders /by Edward F. Colborn
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: Colborn, Edward Fenton 1854-1926
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Publisher: Denver, Colo: Passenger Dept. of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad,
Contributing Library: Church History Library, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Digitizing Sponsor: Corporation of the Presiding Bishop, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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Smelting and Ore Reduction THE milling and smelting of ore has kept step in Utahwith the march of her mining development. From a fewlittle plants of ten years ago, the industry has grown untilmammoth concerns costing many million dollars are inoperation, and Salt Lake has become one of the largest, ore-reduc-tion centers of the world. The most notable smelters are: TheAmerican plants at Garfield and Murray, the International atTooele, the Utah Consolidated, Yampa, United States, the Inde-pendent at Ogden, the Knight at Tintic and the Majestic inBeaver County. The principal reduction mills are: The Magna and Ar-thur at Garfield, approximated capacity 20,000 tons daily; theNewhouse at Newhouse, the Golden Gate, Sacramento, and Boston-Sunshine at Mercur, and the Daly-West and Silver King at ParkCity. The model smelting town of Garfield at the base of theOquirrh Range, just west of Salt Lake, is a center of activity.

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Arthur Mill, Utah Copper Company, Garfield, Utah. A GLIMPSE O F UTAH page forty Here are located the American Smelter, and the Magna and Arthurplants of the Utah Copper Company, representing an aggregate costof $12,000,000, and here may be seen any day an exhibition ofmodern ore treatment upon a scale as colossal as any in the world.Ores for these plants come largely from Bingham over a branch ofthe Rio Grande Railroad, and for the smelter from all over themining West. Beyond Garfield seven miles from Tooele City, the Inter-national Smelting & Refining Company has recently placed in opera-

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