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Silver Bell District
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PublisherUniversity of Arizona Bureau of Mines
Descriptionlntroduction:-The copper industry in the United States has enjoyed a year of unparalleled prosperity during 1915. It is needless to explain the conditions which have so greatly affected our copper market, as they are really self-evident, but I shall endeavor here to outline the possible conditions of the future copper market, which would be created by the termination of the European war. The opinions regarding this question are many and greatly diversified, and many hold the belief that the termination of the war will result in a decline of the copper prices to a very low level. However, the consideration of the following facts will be of help in the formation of a more or less definite conception as to what the effect of the cessation of war might be upon the copper market. 14 p.
Series/Report no.Bulletin No. 37
Mineral Technology Series No. 14
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North Bounding Coordinate37.0139
South Bounding Coordinate31.2719
West Bounding Coordinate-115.038
East Bounding Coordinate-108.885
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