KeywordsArizona Geological Survey Bulletins
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PublisherArizona State Bureau of Mines
DescriptionThe matter of coal as an economic resource of the State of Arizona has received little more than passing interest, but it is a subject that is worthy of serious consideration. With the vast production of metals forming the basis of the mineral output, the addition of coal as a resource has not been considered of sufficient importance to warrant any extensive developments, or indeed any thorough prospecting of the coal region contained in the state. Consequently, we do not know with any degree of accuracy just what the possibilities are, but we do know that there are coal deposits of considerable value and extent in at least three parts of the state. 12 p.
Series/Report no.Bulletin No. 17
Economic Series No. 6