Other Sites Concerning Mining and Cabarrus County

The Mining History Network
A gateway for mining historians to improve opportunities for continuing communication between researchers.

The Mining History Association
An organization of individuals interested in the history of mining and metallurgy. Members include independent scholars, laypersons, college and university professors, historians, miners, and retired mining industry personnel.

Historic Gold Hill and Mines Foundation
Preserves and restores the history of the richest gold mining area east of the Mississippi. Gold Hill, North Carolina.

Gold Links
A myriad of links pertaining to gold prospecting, panning, mining, treasure hunting, metal detecting, rockhounding, and outdoor recreation.

Cornish Mines and Mining History
The Carolina Gold Rush lured skilled Cornish miners from England.

Geological Society of America
The mission of GSA is to advance the geosciences, to enhance the professional growth of its members, and to promote the geosciences in the service of humankind.

Cabarrus County - Historical Perspective
Three hundred years ago there was a special place in the vast new lands of the new world, a mesopotamia between two great rivers which would later be called Yadkin and Catawba.

Cabarrus County Convention and Visitors Bureau
Your guide to Cabarrus County - the Jewel in Charlotte's Crown!

Cabarrus Regional Chamber of Commerce
Stimulates a strong business climate by advocating progressive growth, advancing education, developing creative and informed business leaders, and enhancing proactive partnerships with government.

North Carolina Geological Survey
Examines, describes and maps the geology and mineral resources of the state and publishes reports and maps.

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