Mines of Meagher County, Montana
You rightfully may be wondering "Why mines on a genealogy site?"
It has occured to me that since so many mines exist in the county, and so many people worked in the mines that a listing of mines may be helpful to researchers. Is you find yourself in possesion of any information about any of the following mines, please let me hear from you. Email Ray Ensing, Meagher County, Montana coordinator.
Name of Mine Located in or near A-C Ranch Mine Black Butte Mountain BCE Number 3959 Mine Mount Howe Belle of the Castle Mine Castle Town Benton Gulch Mine Whites City Bigler Mine Gipsy Lake Bigler Mine Sulphur Bar Creek Black Hawk Mine Castle Town Bond Holder Mine Castle Town Broadway Mine Castle Town California Mine Castle Town Clara Burton Mine Mount Howe Compromise Mine Castle Town Copper Mine Black Butte Mountain Copper State Mine Volcano Butte Copperopolis Mine Checkerboard Cornelius Stone Placer Mine Castle Town Cumberland Mine Castle Town Cut Bank Mine Pinchout Creek Ducolon-Potter Mine Bald Hills Golden Eagle Mine Castle Town Great Eastern Mine Castle Town Great Western Mine Castle Town Hamilton Mine Castle Town Hidden Treasure Mine Castle Town Hillside Mine Castle Town Homestake Mine Castle Town Iron Butte Mine Strawberry Butte Iron Chief Mine Castle Town Judge Mine Castle Town Jumbo Mine Russian Flat Jumbo Mine Castle Town Lamar Mine Castle Town Lane Mine Gipsy Lake Legal Tender Mine Castle Town Lou Ire Mine Mount Howe Lucky Boy Mine Russian Flat Lucky Dollar Mine Castle Town Manger Millsite Haymaker Ranch SW Moonlight Mine Mount Howe Morning Star Mine Castle Town NE NE Section 11 Mine Castle Town NE NE Section 29 Mine Gipsy Lake NE NE Section 36 Mine Fourmile Spring NW NE Section 15 Mine Ringling NW NE Section 15 Mine Russian Flat NW NE Section 18 Mine Charcoal Gulch NW NE Section 22 Mine Volcano Butte NW NW Section 15 Mine Volcano Butte to be continued soon
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