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Brotherton Mine, Mine Hill, Succasunna, Randolph Township, Morris Co., New Jersey, USA

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Ref.: The Iron Mines of New Jersey (1910), Bayley:11,380; NJ State Geol. Ann. Rpts.: (1855):215; (1868):567; (1873):43; (1879):50; (1880):105; (1883):99; (1884):82; (1890):97; (1899):161 & 169; (1900):204; (1901):140. An iron mine located on Mine Hill East of Succasunna. Started before 1855 and closed before 1873. Reopened 1879 and closed June, 1880. Abandoned 1882 but worked 1900-1901. Workings by 1868 featured a pit 400 to 600 feet long x 200 feet deep. 5 Shafts (deepest 130 feet). Ore bodies were two small veins of magnetite.

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