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From Copperas to Cleanup: the History of the Elizabeth Copper Mine
The Elizabeth Mine in South Strafford, Vermont, the largest copper mine in New England, operated from 1809 to 1958 to supply some 50,000 tons of copper for the American Industrial Revolution, World War II and the Korean War. Here is the story of 150 years of industrial activity and how the EPA and its project documented the cleanup to reclaim the landscape. Illustrated and sources.
61 pp. 2014 P $18.00