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Gold Mining in North Carolina

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Eswau Huppeday (Call Number: 929.1 ESW NCC) available at Gastonia Main Library.

Goforth, Michael, and The Shelby Daily Star May 1976. “Links With Mining Close.” Eswau Huppeday, vol. XLI, no. 2, May 2021, pp. 88–93. [Shelby, NC]: Broad River Genealogical Society. (Article about the history of mining in Shelby, Cleveland County. Includes lithium, gold, iron, feldspar, and mica mining.)

McIntyre, Debby. “Mines Located in Cleveland County.” Eswau Huppeday, vol. XLI, no. 2, May 2021, pp. 93–95. [Shelby, NC]: Broad River Genealogical Society. (List of mines located in Cleveland County taken from Mica Deposits of the Southeastern Piedmont, Part 5, Shelby-Hickory District, NC, by Wallace R. Griffiths & Jerry C. Olson. Published late '40s/early '50s.)

 

Footprints in Time (Call Number: 929.1 FOO NCC) available at Gastonia Main Library.

“Bond to Lease Summey Tract for 25 Years for Gold Mining: August 21, 1829.” Footprints in Time, June 2014, p. 78. (Lincoln County Miscellaneous Papers, CR060.928.2)

"Subscribers form Gold Mining Company." Footprints in Time, June 2014, p. 80. (Lincoln County Miscellaneous Papers, CR060.928.2)

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