Salt Lake Mining Review

1899 - 1929

The Salt Lake Mining Review, also called The Mining Review, was started in 1899 by Will C. Higgins, formerly the mining editor of The Salt Lake Herald. The December 20, 1922, issue stated: "Reports from Marysvale, Utah, are to the effect that the famous old Deer Trail mine, owned by the Salisburys of Salt Lake, and a bonanza gold-silver producer forty years ago, is right now eclipsing all past records. It is stated that 250 men are employed at the property and that forty teams are regularly employed in hauling crude ore and mill product to the railroad loading station at Marysvale."


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