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Looking for "Silver Bell", "The Hell Hole of Arizona"
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Arizona Historical Society Museum - Ft. Lowell
 
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The Arizona Historical Society Fort Lowell At http://www.SouthernArizonaGuide.com, we're dedicated to helping you discover the BEST that beautiful Southern Arizona has to offer. From full color, high definition videos that show you what Southern Arizona has to offer, to tips & advice on dining & lodging in Tucson, Bisbee, Tubac, Tombstone & more! Visit the history of Southern Arizona. Business owners can take advantage of our low advertising rates. Very high visibility at a very affordable price.
ARIZONA MINE SHAFT ARTIFACTS AND HISTORY-COOL FINDS-TABLE TOP REVIEW-
 
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mining artifacts from Arizona mine.. just a table top review on some cool finds after are mining explore here in the AZ desert.. hope you enjoy.... lots more videos to coming iam working on a few projects.... stay tuned.. rate comment subscribe.. all copy rights reserved by georgeterro 2014
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Titan Missile Museum - Tucson AZ
 
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The Titan Missile Museum in Tucson Arizona
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2016, Michelle Lammers, Medal of Merit under 40, Amer. Mining Hall of Fame
 
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The Mining Foundation of the Southwest is pleased to recognize Michelle Lammers, Corporate Manager, Development Projects & Services, ASARCO LLC, as a 2016 recipient of the Medal of Merit Under 40 for induction into the American Mining Hall of Fame. Michelle Lammers, following her father’s footstep, attended the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology and received her Metallurgical Engineering degree in 2001. She was a member of the Mining & Mucking Team and was on the only all-women’s team ever fielded by SDSM&T. In her last year of participation in the annual Intercollegiate Mining & Mucking Competition, won first place in jackleg drilling. Upon graduation, Lammers was immediately hired by ASARCO as a Control Room Supervisor in the North and South Mills at the Mission Complex. Within 2 years, she was transferred to the Ray Complex as Supervisor over the Concentrator and the L-SX-EW (Leaching- Solvent Extraction- Electrowinning) processing plant. She was named the Acting General Maintenance Supervisor in 2004 and was awarded the official title in 2005, a position rarely given to Metallurgical Engineers. In 2007, in addition to serving ASARCO’s Ray Complex as the General Maintenance Supervisor, Lammers was given additional responsibilities as Acting General Operations Supervisor. Under her leadership, the plant met all its safety, production and cost goals. Lammers continued her upward career path and was named the General Operations Supervisor at the Ray Concentrator in 2008. At the age of 31, she became the Manager of South Mill in 2010. During her tenure there, Lammers was also tasked with the responsibility of overseeing the South Mill Expansion Project. Again, she exceeded expectations with South Mill increasing production by 33% and recapturing its capital investment within a short time. After spending three years at Mission, she was assigned to the Tucson Headquarters to her current position as Corporate Manager of Development Projects & Services overseeing multi-million dollar expansion from concept through construction. The Hayden Converter Retrofit Project and the Silver Bell Mammoth Heap Leach Facility are among her current responsibilities. Born in Fresno, CA, Lammers was a scholarship varsity basketball player at SDSM&T and played on the squad reaching the NAIA Final Four! The 1997-98 Lady Hardrockers basketball team with the 28-4 season, setting records with most points in a game (104) and with the highest season scoring average (81.0), unbroken to this date, was inducted into the SDSM&T’s Hall of Fame in 2015. Lammers has spent her entire working career at ASARCO and is an active SME member.
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SASCO Mining Town | Exploration and Photography in Southern Arizona 2017 Blog
 
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Camera Crusades; The Adventure Continues... I was told about this place from a friend on facebook and after our discussion I was quickly on Google Earth tracking down its location. It looked like an interesting place to spend an afternoon. A few weeks later plans were made and we set out to explore the place. SASCO is an acronym for the Southern Arizona Smelting Company and the remains of the former town are still in decent condition. A perfect opportunity to photograph this place before its gone. Did you see last week's VIDEO?: https://youtu.be/Thzz-bo5M6I Subscribe to Camera Crusades today! "LIKE" Us On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cameracrusades Follow Me on Instagram: @cameracrusades Read The Blog: https://cameracrusades.wordpress.com/2017/07/17/july-17th-2017-exploring-sasco-mining-town-in-southern-arizona/ Buy Photography Prints: https://www.etsy.com/shop/JManjeotPhotography?ref=hdr_shop_menu Music: "Phantom From Space" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ #photography #cameracrusades #adventure
Tucson Fire Central  Museum Tour
 
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KRAZTV shows Tucson Fire Central 's Fire Museum in Tucson,Arizona.
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Arizona, USA:  Sonoran Desert Getaway
 
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A spring-time retreat in Scottsdale, Arizona includes adventure, recreational diversions, some spa treatments and a visit to Taliesen West, the home designed by architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. We also experience two exciting perspectives of the Sonoran Desert, one by hot-air balloon, and the second a jeep tour in which a Desert cowboy introduces us to the wild flowers, cactus plants and survival skills used by the early inhabitants. For more information visit www.ontopoftheworld.net and check out episode #53 in the International category.
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Geocatch in tucson arizona
 
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is an outdoor recreational activity, in which participants use a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver or mobile device and other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers, called "geocaches" or "caches", at specific locations marked by coordinates all over the world. Music by : kartel - two step
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Red Eagle Mining - NY Hard Assets, May 2012
 
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Metal Augmentor's thoughts from NY Hard Assets Show - May 14-15 2012
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Gates Pass to Tucson
 
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Gates Pass West of Tucson, from "Old Tucson"
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Sanctuary Cove in Marana outside Tucson
 
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Great hike
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Part 0013 2008  Minimalism  MOUNTAIN BIKING TEXAS NEW MEX AZ BAJA CA LAPAZ MEX
 
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Please check out http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001983751306 Kennys art ate ,http://www.cafepress.com/+cruisinwithkenny+gifts ... THE DOCUMENTARY best best of 2008 cruisinwithkenny Lapaz Baja CA Mexico AZ CA New Mexico Texas ...Tucson The Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase is one of the premier gem and mineral shows in the world. The event takes place annually in late January and February at approximately 40 to 49 different locations across the city of Tucson, Arizona. Most of the shows are open to the public, except for certain trade shows which require registration with a business license. There is not one single location for gems, minerals and fossils, but rather dealers occupy dozens of locations across the city: many big hotels and most motels are occupied for this occasion, with professionals displaying their specimens in such locations as hotel bedrooms, lobbies, tents, and lawns. The premier event of the Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase is the Tucson Gem & Mineral Show produced by the Tucson Gem and Mineral Society. This show has been held annually since 1955 and now occupies 181,000 square feet (16,800 m2) of the Tucson Convention Center. All of the shows have attendees from all across the world which includes the general public, experts, beginning collectors, museum employees, dealers, retailers, and researchers. Many museums and universities, such as the Smithsonian Institution and the Sorbonne have displayed at the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show. The Tucson Gem and Mineral Show and all of these other different shows bring in over $110 million to the local Tucson economy. The Tucson Gem and Mineral Show is held at the Tucson Convention Center starting on the second Thursday of February. The first Tucson Gem and Mineral Show was held in an elementary school in 1955 and shortly thereafter moved to a quonset hut at the Tucson Fair Grounds. Then in 1973 they moved into the Tucson Community Center. They occupied the North Exhibit Hall first, then expanded into the Arena and upper Arena concourse. After the completion of the new facility in 1990, which is now called the Tucson Convention Center, the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show now occupies the Arena, Exhibition Halls A-B-C, Galleria and Ballrooms. See also Mineral collecting Mineralientage, the Munich Mineral Show, Europe's largest External links Media related to Tucson Gem & Mineral Show at Wikimedia Commons Tucson Gem and Mineral Society The Tucson Show Guide Tucson Show and other major gem & mineral show reporting since 1998 Arizona Bead Dog describes each of the Tucson gem and mineral shows Tucson gem and mineral shows insider's guide Annual reports about Tucson gem & mineral show
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American Girl Mine near Yuma on CA border #1
 
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Trip to American Girl Mine March 28, 2014. Doug Le Barron Leader. 5 Dune Buggies and 3 Jeeps.
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Keynote Speaker - Scott Wolter- 2014 Texas GIS Forum
 
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Forensic GeologistScott Wolter was the keynote speaker at the 2014 Texas GIS Forum on Thursday, October 23rd. Short Bio: Wolter is the host of History’s H2 network’s hit show, America Unearthed, that follows him on his quest to uncover the truth behind historic artifacts and sites found throughout North America. Scott is the author of several books including his 2013 title, Akhenaten to the Founding Fathers: The Mysteries of the Hooked X and The Hooked X: Key to the Secret History of North America. Together these books cover the story of his continuing research and resulting discoveries made over the last 12 years, beginning with his ongoing quest to uncover the mysteries of the controversial Kensington Rune Stone he studied in 2001. The Kensington stone is a medieval document carved in rock which Scott proposed is a land claim placed in Minnesota in 1362 by a group of Templar knights. More info: https://tnris.org/news/2014-07-29/forum-keynote-scott-f-wolter/