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by J. H. Trounson

  • ISBN: 0903485796
  • Category: History
  • Author: J. H. Trounson
  • Subcategory: Europe
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Moorland Publishing; 1st ed. edition (May 1980)
  • Pages: 80 pages
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There is no record of tin mining in Domesday Book, possibly because the .

There is no record of tin mining in Domesday Book, possibly because the rights were Crown property. Cornish miners became dominant in the 1850s in the iron and copper districts of northern Michigan in the United States, as well as in many other mining districts. In the first six months of 1875, over 10,000 miners left Cornwall to find work overseas. In the metalliferous mines of Cornwall, some of the worst accidents were at East Wheal Rose in 1846, where 39 men were killed by a sudden flood; at Levant Mine in 1919, where 31 were killed and many injured in a failure of the man engine; 12 killed at Wheal Agar in 1883 when a cage fell down a shaft; and. Trounson, J. (1993) Cornwall's Future Mines: areas of Cornwall of mineral potential. For the first half of the 12th century Dartmoor provided most of the tin for Europe, exceeding the production of Cornwall. The Pipe Roll of Henry II gives the annual tin production of Dartmoor to be about 60 tons. In the first 6 months of 1875 over 10,000 miners left Cornwall to find work overseas. 20th century and after.

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