1925

711

MINERAL PRODUCTS

No. 659.—ALUMINUM AND BAUXITE: P R O D U C T I O N , E X P O E T S , AND I M P O R T S
1913

1918

1989

1922

605, 721
42,829
562,892
3,653
19, 711
3,448

521, 308
40,029
481, 279
42, 895
22, 257
3,247

309, 600
42, 810
266, 790
23, 656
19, 617
2,012

9,450
2,199
4,784
4,388

41,159
10,114
555
534
21
10,869
8,979
1,890

41, 375
9,489
13, 077
12,184
893
5,631
3, 068
2,563

13, 622
6,086
9,695
8,287
1,408
2,836
1,127
1, 709

28,305
10, 825
8,743
8,317
426
3, 572
1,518
2, 054

37, 607
14,596
7,145
6,860
285
4,172
1, 632
2,540

36, 430
20, 556
10,107
9,806
301
6, 057
3,366
2,691

25,2 095

1,691
24,135

39,299
9,408

43, 892
4,347

42, 477
5,540

31, 810
6, 343

41, 997
12, 642

1923

1924

1925

BAUXITE

Q u a n t i t i e s , long t o n s :
210, 241
Production
Georgia, A l a b a m a , a n d T e n n e s s e e . 40,370
Arkansas
169, 871
I m p o r t s for c o n s u m p t i o n
21,456
Exports
._
(2)
Value of p r o d u c t i o n * (1,000 d o l l a r s ) . .

522, 690 347, 570
28, 810 19, 940
493,880 327,630
119, 020 201, 974
78, 560 77, 065
3,157
2,138

316, 540
20, 220
296,320
353, 696
78,633
1,988

ALUMINUM

V a l u e , 1,000 dollars:
ProductionPrimary metal
Secondary m e t a l . .
I m p o r t s for c o n s u m p t i o n , t o t a l .
Crude a n d semicrude
Manufactures.
_
_
Exports, total
Crude a n d semicrude
Manufactures
Q u a n t i t i e s , 1,000 p o u n d s :
I m p o r t s (crude a n d semicrude) _
E x p o r t s (crude a n d semicrude) _
1

()

!

F . o. b m i n e s .

No. 6 6 0 . — C O P P E R :

Unavailable.

P R O D U C T I O N , E X P O R T S , I M P O R T S , AND C O N S U M P T I O N

[ N O T E . — O w i n g t o t h e complexities of t h e stages of p r o d u c t i o n , of stocks i n different classes of h a n d s , oi
t h e r e d i s t r i b u t i o n of copper previously p u r c h a s e d , of t h e recovery a n d u s e of old copper, e t c . , caleulations of c o n s u m p t i o n a r e s o m e w h a t "uncertain. T h e A m e r i c a n B u r e a u of M e t a l Statistics p r e s e n t s
c o n s u m p t i o n e s t i m a t e s r a t h e r widely different from those given below. C o n s u m p t i o n as s h o w n represents t h e q u a n t i t y of copper w i t h d r a w n o n domestic account, b u t n o t a c t u a l domestic c o n s u m p t i o n
as n o account of c o n s u m e r s ' stock is t a k e n ]
[All q u a n t i t i e s e x c e p t ore p r o d u c e d i n t h o u s a n d s of p o u n d s ]
1910
UNREFINED

1924

1925

_

28, 518
43, 4151 36, 792!
26, 946
45, 519
49,178
0)
1. 88
1. 661
1. 63!
1. 74'
1.59!
1.58]
0)
1, 080,160 1, 388, 010 1,209, 0611 950,286! 1 , 4 3 5 , 000! 1, 634, 24911, 674,192
1,088, 237! 1,488, 072 1, 224, 550| 964, 584 1, 477, 740J 1, 606,165'

0)

92, 059
64, 204
52,
46,
22, 273 j
} 21,021
17,
^259,211 2 193,831 244,

045
71, 203
90,153! 105,1661 107,642
32, 908| 49, 941
798
41, 737
53, 954
594!
8, 728J
2, 961
1, 053
1, 733
696 302, 579 395, 2631 471, 029! 379,336

PRODUCTION

T o t a l n e w a n d old copper..._
N e w copper ( p r i m a r y )
Domestic
Foreign...
Electrolytic
Lake
Casting a n d best select3
Old copper rerefined (secondary)
R E F I N E D COPPER

1923

COPPER

Ore p r o d u c e d (1,000 s h o r t t o n s ) .
Average copper y i e l d , p e r cent
Smelter o u t p u t
Mine production
I m p o r t s , unrefined:
Ore
C oncentr ates
M a t t e a n d regulus
Black, i n b a r s , pigs, e t c
R E F I N E D COPPER

1915

1,611,00012, 027, 000! 2,151,00011,927,000 2, 802,000 3, 037, OOOj 3,045,000
1,422, 039 1,634,20411,526,165 j 1,255, 516 1,979, 836j 2, 260, 076 2, 204, 574
1,071,895 1,387, 706! 1,182,423| 904, 671 1, 464,165 ! 1, 674, 2151 1, 682,895
350,144 246,343, 742: 350, 845j 515, 671 585, 861 521, 679
1,128, 305 1, 360, 8441 l,351,693ll, 112, 58' 1, 812,328, 2. 076, 3231|2, 050, 628
221, 463! 236, 757 153, 484 122, 545j 137,691 145, 333 138, 030
72, 2711
20, 3841 29, 816] 38, 419j 15,916
20,
36, 603
189,000 392,400 624, 900i 671, 800| 821, 800i 776, 924 840, 427

CONSUMPTION

N e w copper p r o d u c e d (refinery).
Refined copper i m p o r t e d .
Refined copper e x p o r t e d a
Stocks, D e c . 31 (refined).
W i t h d r a w n on domestic account:
N e w refined copper
N e w a n d old copper 6

_ 1, 422, 039 1, 634, 204 1, 526,165| 1, 255, 516 1,979, 836 ,2, 260, 076'|2,204, 574
108, 7431 103,143 4 160,711 145, 910| 99, 774
(2)
i
(2)
553, 070! 705, 025! 792,074 1, 072, 243 1,022,335
708, 316|
122, 804 588, 797 659, 0001 216, 000! 264,0001 243, 000| 124,000
82,430|
732, 405| 1,136, 618 1, 053, 839 896, 634! 1, 300, 473(1, 354, 743! 1,401,012
921, 000 1, 529,000 1, 679, 000! 1, 568, 000':2,122, 00012,131, OOOj12,241, 439

3
Not available.
2 l m p o r t s of refined copper i n ingots, b a r s , or other forms i n c l u d e d i n i m p o r t s of u n r e f i n e d .
3 I n c l u d e s pig for years 1915 t h r o u g h 1921.
4
Revised.
i n c l u d e s t h e s m a l l exports of unrefined black blister a n d converter copper (bars, pigs, etc.) for years
prior t o 1923.
6
T o t a l from preceding line plus p r o d u c t i o n of secondary copper as given a b o v e .

Source of T a b l e s 659 a n d 660: B u r e a u of M i n e s , D e p a r t m e n t of C o m m e r c e .

1926

718

MINERAL PRODUCTS

No. 696.-COPPER:

PROD'UCTION, EXPORTS, IMPORTS, AND CONS'UMPTION

[NO'l'E.-All quantitie.s except ore produce~ in. millions a.nd tenths of millions ~f ~oun~. Owing to the
varying stages of production, the stocks III dIfferent classes of hands, the re(hstnbutlOn of copper previously purchased, the recovery and use of old copper, etc., calculations of consumption· are somewhat uncertain. The American Bureau of Metal Statistics presents consumption estimates rather widely
different from those given below. Consumption as shown represents the quantity of copper withdrawn
on domestic account, but not actual domestic consumption, as no account is taken of consumers' stocks]
Item

1910

1920

1915

1922

1923

1924

1925

1926

--- --- - - - --- --- --- --UNREFINED COPPER
Ore produced {million short tons) ____ ·28.5
(1)
26.9
45.5
49.2
43.4
q6.8
53.1
Average copper yield, per cenL ______
(1)
1.74
1.58
1.88
1. 59
1.54
1.66
1.63
Smelter output-______________________ 1,080.2
1,634.2
950.3
1.209.1
1.674.
9
1,739.6
1,388.
1,435.
Mine production _____________________ 1,088.2 1,488.1 1,224. 6 904.6 1,477.7 1,606.2 1,678.1
(1)
Imports,
unrefined:
Ore ______________________________
90.2
64.2
92.1
52.0
71.2
105.2
107.6
106.7
Concentrates _____________________
49.9
32.9
41. 7
54.0
44.8
22.3 { 46.8
Matte and regulus _______________ } 21. 0
17.6
3.0
8.7
1.1
1.7
2.1
Black, in bars, pigs, etc __________ 3259.2 3193.8 244.7 302.6 395.3 471. 0 379.3
443.8

°

REFINED COPPER. PRODUCTION
Total new and old copper ____________ 1,611.0
New cOPIler (primary) _____________ 1,422.0
Domestic ________________________
Foreign __________________________ 1,071.9
g50.1
Electrolytic ______________________ 1,128.3
Lake _____________________________
221.5
Casting and best select a_________ 72.3
Old copperrerefined (secondary) ___ 189.0

2,027.0
1.634. 2
1,387.7
246.5
1,360.8
236.8
36.6
392.4

°

°

2,151.0 1,927.
1,526.2 1,255.5
904.7
1,182.4
350.8
343.7
1,351.7 1, 112. 6
153.5
122.5
21.0
20.4
624.9
671.8

REFINED COPPER CONSUMPTION
New copper produced (refinery) ______ 1,422.0 1.634.21 ,526.2 1.255.5
Refined copper imported. ____________ (2)
(2)
108.7
103.1
Refined copper exported 6____________ 708.3
588.8
553.1
705.
Stocks, Dec. 31 (refined) _____________ 122.8
82.4
659.0
216.
Withdrawn
oncopper
domestic
account:
________________
New refined
1,136.6 1,053.8
896.6
New and old copper 6_______________ 732.4
921. 0 1,529.0 1,679.0 1,568.0

°°

1 Not

available.

3 Imports of. refined copper in ingots, bars,
8 Includes pig for years 1915 through 1921.

2.802; 0
1,979.8
1,464.2
515.7
1,812.3
137.7
29.8
821.8

°

3,037.
2,260.1
1,674. .2
585.9
2,076.3
145.3
38.4
776.6

3,045.0
(1)
2,204.6 2,322.5
1.682.9 1,731. 3
52l. 7
591. 2
2,050.6 2,.142.0
138.0
172.4
15.9
8.1
840.4
959.6

1,979.8 2,260.1 2,204.6 2,322.5
4160.7
145.9
99.8
170.6
792.1 1,072.2 1,022.3
900.9
264.0
243.0
124.0
146.0
1.300.5 1,354.7 1,401. 0 1,570.1
2,122.0 2,131. 0 2,241.0 2,529.7

or other forms included in imports of unrefined.

, Revised.
~ Includes the small exports of unrefined black blister and converter copper (bars, pigs, etc.) for years
poor to 1923.
.
6 Total from preceding line plus production of secondary copper as given above.

No. 697.-COPPER:

STATE OF ORIGIN OF ORE SMELTED

[Quantities in thousands of :pounds]

State of origin

1900

1910

1915

1920

1923

--------

1924

---------

tH~~~~t====:=========

145,461

221,463

lvlontamL _______________
N evada _________________ 270,754
408
New Mexico ____________
4,169
Oregon __________________
Pennsylvania ___________ -- ------Tennesseo _______________
Utah ____________________ 18,855
Washington _____________
Undistributed __ ~ ________ i2;024-

283,079
64,495
3,785
22
741
16,692
125,185
65
1,127

0-

238,956
306
268,263
67,757
62,817
797

---is;20fi175,178
904
514

153,484
533
177,744
55,580
52,160
2,529
618
16, '728
110,358
2,126
92

1925 /1'''''

~ 1,7S9,6~2
---- -------

Total. . _. _. _____ 60e, 117 1,080,160 1,388,010 1,209,061 1,435,000 1,634,249
A1Elsko. __________________
4,311
70,695
66,094
68; 648
77,053
Arizona _________________ 118,318 297,251
432,468
552,989
615,494
672,365
Oamornis _______________ 28.511
45,760
37,658
11,822
27,043
49,434
Oolorado ________________
7,827
9,307
7,272
4,283
4,343
4,159
Idaho ___________________
290
6,878
6,218
1,922
3,664
3,149
137,691
217
224,354
63,496
57,521
1.182
1,122
18,722
210,118
839
545

Source of Tables 696 an d 697: Bureau of Mines, Department of Commerce.

1<15,333
185
249,322
77,281
78,146

717

1,264
18,252
256,531
979
80

72,204
67,632
722,653 729,325
46,944
30,443
3,163
4,1358
3,144
1,171
138,030 174,779
12
54
270,605 257,272
77,138 109,042
76,467
82,848
126
279
562
496
19,789
18,602
242,731 259,649
1,185
1,337
117
2,037

1928

MINERALI PRODUOTS

722
No. 706.-COPPER:

PRODUCTION, EXPORTS, IMPORTS, AND CONSUMPTION

[NoTE.-All qua.ntities exc~pt ore produce~ in. millions a.nd tenths of millions C?f ppum;ls. Owing to. the
vurying stages of productIon, the stocks In dlfferent classes of hands, tJ:1e redlstnbutlOn .of copper previously purchased the recovery and use of old copper, etc., ealcnlatlOns of consumpt.lOn are somewhat uncertain. The American Bureau of Metal Statistics presents consumption estimates rather widely
different from those given below. Consumption as sho'Y"n represents the q.uantity of copper withdrawn
on domestic account, but not actual domestiC consumptlOn, as no account 18 taken of consumers' stocks]

1910

Item

1920

1915

1923

1924

1925

1926

192'i'

- - - --- - - - --- - - - - - - --- ---

UNREFINED COPPER

~~S

49.2
57.2
53.1
36.8
45.5
43.4
Ore produced (million short tons) ____
28.5
1. 59
1.54
1. 58
1. 46
A "erage copper yield, per cent _____ ~_
1. 63
1.66
1.88
Smelter output _______________________ 1,080.2
1,388.0 1•. 209.1 1,435.0 1,634.2 1. 674. 9 1,739.6 1,684.0
Mine production _____________________ 1,088.2 1,.488.1 1,224.6 1,477.7 1,606.2 1,678.1 1,725.2
(1)
Imports,
unrefined:
Ore __________________________
• ___
105.2
107.6
106.7
52.0
90.2
99. :~
92.1
64.2
C oncen trates _____________ • ____ • __
46.8
49.9
41. 7
54.0
68./.)
44.8
22.3
Matte and regulus _______________ } 21. 0
1.1
1.7
17.6
3.0
2.1
1. '1
Black, in bars, pigs, etc __________ 2259.2 2193.8
471.0
244.7
395.3
379.3
443.8
438.li

{

ltE"'INED COPPER PRODUCTION

Total new and old copper____________ 1,611.0
New copper (primary) _____________ 1,422.0
Domestic ________________________ 1,071. 9
Foreign __________________________ 350.1
Electrolytic ______________________ 1,128.3
Lake _____________________________ 221. 5
Casting and best select 3 _________
72.3
Old copper l'ereflned (secondary) ___ 189.0
RE~'INED

2,027.0
1,634.2
1,387.7
2,16.5
1,360.8
236.8
36.6
392.4

2,151.0
1,526.2
1,182.4
343.7
1,351.7
153.5
21. 0
624.9

3.037.0
2,260.1
1,67'1. 2
585.\)
2,076.3
145.3
38.4
776.6

3,045.0
2,204.6
1,682.9
521. 7
2,050. ()
138.0
15.9
840.4

3,282.0
2,322.5
1,731. 3
5(11.2
2,142.0
172.4
8.1
950.6

3,286.0
2,325. (;
1,719.0
nOti.tl
2,125. B
195. 1

4. i3
960.2

COPPER CONSUMPTION

New copper produced (refinery) ______ 1,422.0 1.634.2 1,526.2
Refined copper imported _____________
(2)
(2)
108.7
Refined copper exported "____________ 70S.3
553.1
588.8
Stoelm, Dec. 31 (refined) _____________ 122.8
82.4
659.0
Withdrawn on domestic account:
Now refined copper ________________ 732.4 1,136.6 1.053.8
New and old coppero _______________ 921. 0 1,529.0 1,679.0
1
~

2.802.0
1,979.8
1,464.2
515.7
1,812.3
137.7
29.8
821. 8

1,979.8 2,260.1 2,204.6 2,322.5 2,325. g
4160.7
B5.9
99.8
1'70.6
100. il
792.1 1.072.2 1,022.3
DOO. U
HBI. J.
264.0
243.0
124.0
146.0
171.0
1.300.5 1,354.7 1,401. 0 1,570.1
2,122.0 2,131. a 2,241. 0 2,593.0

1,42:3.0
2, 3~3~ U

Not available.
Imports of,refined copper in ingots, bars, or other forms included in imports of unrefined.

3Includes plg for years 1915 ancl1920.

4 Hevised.
~ Include~ the small exports of unrefined black blister and converter copper (bars, pigs, etc.) for years
pnor to 1\)23.
e 'l'otal from preceding line plus production of secondary copper as given above.

No. 707.-COPPER:

STATE OF ORIGIN OIP ORE SMELTED

[Quantities in thousands of pounds]
State of origin

1900

1910

1015

1920

1925

1926

11)27

- - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -______
TotaL •• _______ B06,117 1,080,160 1,388, OlD 1,209,061 1,634,249 1,674, 870 1,739,622 1,684,041
Alaska __________________
Arizona _________________
California__ _____________
Colorado___ _____________
Idaho___________________
Michigan _______________
MissourL_______________
Montana________________
Nevada_________________
New Mexico ____________

==~1

70,695
118,318
297,251
432,M8
28.511
45,760
37,658
7,827
9,307
7,272
290
6,878
6,218
145,461
221,463
238,956
_________ __________
306
270,754
283,079
268,263
408
64,495
67,7.57
4,169
3.785
62,817
22
797
741
16,692 ---18;205"
125,185
175,178
65
904
1,127
514

66,094
552,980
11,822
4,283
1,922
153,484
533
177,744
55,580
52,160
2, 529
618
16,728
110,358
2, 126
92

77,053
672,:3G5
49,434
4,159
3,149

145,333
185
249,322
77,281
78,116

717
1.204
18,252
256,531
9'79
80

Source of Tablos 706 and 707: Bureau of Mines, Departmlmt of Commerco

72,204
722,653
46,944
3,163
3,144
138,030
12
270,605
77,138
76,467
126
562
19,78U
242,731
1, 185
117

07,632
729,325,
30,413
4,6.58
1,171
174,779

M

2.57,272
109,042
82,848
279
496
18,602
259,649
1, 337
2,037

5n,.1S~)

681,168
25,803

8,007
1, Sl1

195,135

5

225,2D()
118, :WS
79,'161
485
2, H!J
11, 'J99
267,706
1, 7fJ7
5,749.

1929

MINERAL PRODUOTS

757

No. 745.-COPPER: PnODUCTION, EXPORTS, IMPORTS, AND CONSUMPTION
NOTI:·-4 11 qu ..ntit.ie~ exceft o1',e pro,hlced in millions and tenths of millions of pounds, Pl'oduction
Jlf.~\ll"es,lIlo1!1(Ie coutlllcnt» DIlIte'1 Stntou and Alaska, Owing to the varying stages of l'l"o<luction the
sLnul(s In (blfcr<'Jlt cla,ses of lim,!Is, tho rCllistribution of copper previously llurehascd tho recovery and
miO of oltl c()\lP~r, etc" calculntlOJJs 91 consumptIon aro somewhat uncertain, 'rho American Bureau
of Met,al StatIstIC'S I'r~'sent;q.oO!~SlllJJPtloJl ~stllllatcs rather ,Widely <IifTcrent from those given below, Oon~ulllpt.19n US shown,lollreswts the quantity of cO!Jpel" WIthdrawn 011 domestic accollllt but 1I0t actual
domcstw consumptIOll, as 110 account is tulrcl1 of consullIers' stocks
'
~.:;::;;.;;;:::-

-

~~

Hom

1910

1916

1920

192'1

1925

1920

1927

19?8

--- --- --- --- --- - - - --- ---

U N [lKlt'IN]~J) COPPElL

Oro jlrodllco,1 (milliol1 short tOll,) 1___
28,"
43,4
30,8
49.2
53,1
57,2
50,7
1. sa
AV()l"Jlgll (,ollpar yield, ]llll' cont_ ______
l.66
1. C,3
1.59
1.54
1.46
1. 41
Hnwltol" 0 lll.pll,t from domestic 01'0 ____ 1,080,2 1,388.0 1.200,1 1,63-1,2 1.674,9 1,7:10,0 1,684.0
Minelll"o duetloJl _____________________ 1,088,2 1,488.1 1,224,6 1,606,2 1,1)78,1 1,725,2 1, ()50,O 1,825.9
(2)
llllIlOrts, unrefincd:
04.2
Oro ( COPI)cr cOlltollt)_____________
92.1
52,0
105.2
107,6
100.7
106,2
99.3
noneIllltrntcs (eoppm' contont) ---} 21 0
40.8
41. 7
54.0
44,8
6~, 2
39.5
22,3
Matt e and re[(ulus(copporcontonf,)
,
17.6
1,1
1.7
2,1
1.4
2.6
Hlack ,in hal'S, pigs, eto __________ \ 8 2fiO. 2 a 193. 8
244.7
471.0
379. 3
443.8
438.6
543.2

~~

I

{

F.lJ COWlllt PItOlJUCTION

rrolnl110W llllel old COI)llCL ___________ 1,611,0
New co Pllcr (primnry) _____________ 1, ,122.0
cHti(L _______________________
Dom giL _________________________ 1,071. 0
Forei rol ytlu _____ _______________ a[IO.l
Eleet
1,128.3
I,akn
221.5
~"

Uusti

ng iiri{n;osiiioio~F_-_-_-::::::

2,027.0 2,151. 0
1.634. 2 1,526.2
1,387.7 1,182, ,1
343.7
2'Ifi,"
1,300,8 1,351. 7
153, ;;
236,8
72,3
30.6
21.0
302.4
180.0
02-1.9

l, 037. 0 13, 015. 0
2, 260. 1 2,204. 0
1,6'/4,2 1,682, 9
1i80, U 521. 7
2, 07G. 3 2,050,0
145.3
138,
38.4
15.9
776.6
840.4

a

3,282,0
2,322, ;;
1,731. 3
50L 2
2,142,0
172.1
B.l
959,6

3,306,0
2,325,8
1,719,0
GOO,8
2, 125,8

195.1

3,660.0
2,487.6
1,791.8

696,8
2, 300, 9
170,1

4.8

7.0

980.4

1,072. 8

Nnw ('op ller IJI'o<1uccd (refinory) ______ 1,422.0 1. OM. 2 1,520,2 2,200,1 2, 204, 6 2,322. 5 2, 325, 8
HOIinu(lf ,o!>\IOl" im!lortotL ____________
(3)
(')
108.7
145,9
U9,8
170,6
103,3
HCtilIOll c'oPller eXjlortod 1 ____________ 708.3
fiRB,8
5li!l,l 1,072, 2 1,022,3
900:9
981.1
Btl)(!\m, J)()c. :n 1I'OfinNI) - - ______ • ____ 122.8
82.4
66U.O
243.0
124.0
146,0
171.0

2,487.6
84,7
1,020,8
114,0

01<] cop ller rerofincd (secondary) ___
J\I~!o'!N rm

(:Ill'l'EII COmJUMPTJON

Withtlmwn on ( omestia account:

Nl~V{ 1'(,I\rwtl "Or'llCI' ________________
Now aLl <.l old cO!l/lor ll _______________

l

732.4 1,130, (l 1,053, :3 1,354,7 1,401. 0 1,570;1 1,423,0
921. 0 1,@O.O 1,070. 0 2, 131, 0 2,241.0 2, 530, 0 2,403.0

1,608.5

3,noo.0

:!.OOO ponll'ls,

'Nll~

availablo,

of I'cllno,] copporin ingots, bul's, or oilIer Corms inc1ude<l ill imports 01 unrefined.
• Inelu<lllS jli~ for YllJlrS JIll" [l11i11020.
'lneiu,I(IH illo SlIJIII\ exports oC unrefined black bllstor and converter coppor (bars, pigs, etc,) for years
prior to )1124,
o 'l'otal from precoding line [llus production of secondary copper as given above.
ilj Illporls

No. 'i'46.-COPPER: S~mr/I'liln PRODUCTION 131' STATE OIr ORIGIN OF ORE SMELTED
[Quantllies in thousands of pounds1
~.:-:-:::--:::::-.~:.:'--'"- ...

- ..

"

-~

Rtate of oriGIn

-

-.~--

1910

1000

1915

1020

1925

1026

1927

1928

---- ---- - - - ---- --- ------Total. ... _______ 606,117 1,080,160 1, S88, OlD 1,209.001 1,674,870
1, 684,04 1,825,900
(:L _________________ ---- ---- --- -------- --- ---- --70,0(15
1)6,094
40,542
AI!llil
4,311
67,032
1i6,4S9
72, 204
'"-.,~~.------"-----~--

.

.

,.-.-~

.. -

_

M

,

.

~

_

1,7S9,6~2

___ M

Ariz, omi:\
llln. .. ~~_______________
H.M~
HR,318
( '!llill'nflo ____________ • ___ 2H, fill
Colo
7,1I'},7
ldnh 0 ___________________
200
Mlol'(Juri
ll~nn-------"------________________ 115,401
MIss tnnll ________________
Monn<l",, ________________ 270,701
Nov 1I1cx:!co ____________
408
....

Now

OmgOIL _______ • _________
___________
POnt
_______________
'retlnL()llseo
___________________
TTtnihlngton _____________
l~yIv!\nia

WIlS

~_

~

_

R

~~

4,100

.... ......
-_ ........... -~---

----- .... - ..
lR,355

Dud istrihut(l<! ___________ --i2~02r

283,079
GoJ,105
3,78u
22

432,408
37,658
7,272
0,218
238,056
306
208,203
67,757
62,817
797

125,185
05
1,127

175,178
\)04
1i14

207,251.

____ ..........

45,7flO

..

(l,aD7
0,878
221,,163
~-~----~-

7011
16,002 ---iii;20ii-

552, U89
11,822
4,283
1,922
153,484
li38
177,744
lio,680
52,160

2,629
01B
16,728
110,358
2,126
92

722,653
46,944
H,103
3,144
138,030
12
270,605
77,138
76,467
126
562
11l,789
242,731
1,185
117

?W,325
30,443
4,058
1,171
174,779
54
257,272
109, 0~12
82,848
270
490
18,602
259,649
1,337
2,037

Source of '1'l1bles 7.15 and 746: Durcllu of Mincs, Department of Oommerce.

681,168

26,803
8,007
1,811
195, 13~
225,209
118, 298
79,701
485
2,140
14,490
267,706
1,707
5,749

735,6HZ
24,708
10,202
2,337

179,lo;t
251,046
150,333
92, 777
375
0,014
;6,374
298, !~~

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