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North American Coal & Mining Company Mine (Red Bridge Mine), Spring Glen, Wawarsing, Ulster Co., New York, USA

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 41° 39' 54'' North , 74° 24' 38'' West
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 41.665, -74.4105555556


Located near Spring Glen, about 1 mile East of Redbridge and 6 or 7 miles from Wurtsboro (Sullivan Co.). Mine started about 1838.

Workings consisted of at least four adits.

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3 valid minerals.

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References

Newland, David H. (1919), The Mineral Resources of the State of New York, New York State Museum Bulletin 223,224 (July-August 1919): 306.

Friedman, Jules D., Felix E. Mutschler, Robert E. Zartman, Paul H. Briggs, Gregg A. Swayze and Arnold F. Theisen (1989), Shawangunk Ore District, New York: Geochemical
and Spectral Data, USGS Open-File Report 89-193.

Economic Geology (1990): 85: 182-196.

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