The original name of Red Mountain was Osdick. Named after one of the origianl miners. Active and social center for the mining district in the 30's Highlights of the Area 1895 April 25th,Gold discovered by three men, C.A. Burcham,F.M. Mooers And John Singleton. The place was Called "Rand Camp" Later Called "Yellow Aster Mine".
Map of the Red Mountain Mining District from the viewpoint along the Million Dollar Highway, Route 550, between Ouray and Silverton. (Above) View north toward Ouray
Welcome to the Red Mountain Underground Gold Project community website. The Red Mountain Underground Gold Project (the Project) is a proposed gold/silver mine located approximately 15 km northeast of Stewart, British Columbia.
This mine became known as Eureka 1 and is located on Red Mountain Park. In 1864, Wallace McElwain built the Irondale Furnace (Cahaba Iron Works) and supplied it with iron ore via tramway from the nearby Helen Bess mine.
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There are three distinct summits of Red Mountain, closest being 12,894 foot Number 3; Number 2 lies nearly mile north, and Number 1 two miles east. The red color is due to oxidized iron ore, though it was the associated silver, found in lengthy pipes, that was the target of mining activities here mostly between 1882 and 1893, followed by sporadic
The mining of iron ore along Red Mountain began in the early 1860s as the Civil War created a demand for iron necessary to sustain the Confederate war efforts. The Union army destroyed the Oxmoor, Irondale and Tannehill furnaces in 1865 and at this point mining stopped along Red Mountain.