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TITLE The Rehabilitation Of Colorado's Historic Carlton Gold Mill ? Introduction 
SUMMARY ... early and declined rather rapidly as indicated by the graph in Figure 2. Significant factors affecting production are shown on the graph-the raising of the gold price in 1934 from $20.67 to $35.00 per ounce and the government executive order L-208 in 1942 requiring the closure of all gold mines ...
AUTHOR Addison, R.
TITLE Evaluating Fundamentals of the US Gold Industry 
SUMMARY ... production and new byproduct production from base metal operations. Unlike the previous period of growth, however, this period was short-lived. The imposition of Executive Order L-208 in 1942 once again forced the shutdown of most mines. At the end of World War II, cumulative US gold production had
AUTHOR Hillman, Barry A. ; Williams, G. Kemp ; Dohms, Peter H. ; Williams, Laurie A.
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