The International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers (Mine Mill) represented an experiment in interracial unionism in the Birmingham District. This effort in independent unionism lasted approximately 15 years during the 1930s and 1940s. Despite its short life, the organization influenced subsequent desegregation efforts during the civil rights movement.Mine Mill grew …

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The International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers originated from within the membership of the early Western Federation of Miners (W.F.M.), formed in British Columbia in 1895. Subsequent to the challenges of the early years of the W.F.M., a charter for Local 598 in Sudbury was granted in 1942 by its governing body, and by the ...

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The Mission Complex, an open-pit mine composed of the Mission, Eisenhower, Pima, Mineral Hill and. South San Xavier properties and the nearby North San Xavier mine. The current pit, 2.5 miles long by. 1.5 mile wide and 1,200 feet deep, is situated on …

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In North America, FCX operates seven open-pit copper mines — Morenci, Bagdad, Safford, Sierrita and Miami in Arizona, and Chino and Tyrone in New Mexico; and two molybdenum mines — Henderson and Climax in …

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The International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers (IUMMSW) was a founding member of the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), expelled in 1950 because of the Union's perceived Communist ties. It was absorbed by the United Steelworkers of America (USWA) in 1967. The collection consists of wage policy and bargaining materials union ...

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INTERNATIONAL UNION OF MINE, MILL, AND SMELTER WORKERSINTERNATIONAL UNION OF MINE, MILL, AND SMELTER WORKERS. In its first incarnation as the Western Federation of Miners (WFM), established at a convention in Butte, Montana, on 15 May 1893, the International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers …

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Approximately 55% of the mill tailings at the Stillwater mine and 50% at East Boulder are used for backfill. Future ore production at the PGM mines. The Blitz project is anticipated to expand the existing mine 6,000m to the east of the current operations. The company is expected to commission ten producing areas at the section by the end of 2022.

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July 15, 2014 1900-1945, 1946-2014, Activism, Butte, Community building, Family, Women's Organizations Butte, International Union of Mine Mill and Smelter Workers, Labor, Montana, strikes, Women WHM Betty Jo Houchin and Ruby Larson used their informal network to organize a picket of St. James Hospital in July 1971.

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Quantity 3.61 cubic feet (4 boxes and one oversize vertical folder) Collection Number 1608 (Accession No. 1608-001) Summary Records of a Tacoma, Washington union of Mine, Mill and Smelter workers relating to grievances and negotiations, arbitration of …

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The smelter would then process the ore further into pure metal. This process of separating the waste rock from the metal prior to smelting is called milling. Although not all mills were the same, the following is an outline of a basic mill process. Receiving Room - Ore was received at the top of the mill building.

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The failure of several strikes and the depression of 1914 injured the union, and it suffered from antiradical feeling. Declining in membership and power, the union changed its name in 1916 to International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers. Bibliography

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The International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers was the major labor union in the copper industry until 1967. Records consist of a statement and rebuttal (January-February 1950) by the union's officials before a "trial committee" of …

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SUDBURY MINE, MILL & SMELTER WORKER'S UNION, LOCAL 598/CAW (hereinafter called the "Union") Expires: June 30th, 2014 . 1 | P a g e ARTICLE 1- PURPOSE 1.01 The purpose of this Agreement is to set forth hours of work, wages, certain other

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Our rich mining history in this country began when Noranda Mines was incorporated with the signing of its Letters Patent on May 16, 1922. Edmund Horne, a businessman and prospector, came to northern Ontario at the turn of the century and made his way into Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec where he discovered the magnificent Horne copper and gold mine, which …

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Mine Mill: The History of the International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers in Canada Since 1895. Michael Solski, John Smaller. Steel Rail Pub., 1984 - Labor unions - 161 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book . What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

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In 1971, Mine and Smelter Supply Company changed its name to MSI Industries, and in 1975 to Mine and Smelter Corporation. Among the original owners of Mine and Smelter Supply Company were Eben Smith and brothers John S. and Robert J. Cary. By 1904, Joseph Seep had bought out all the original partners, and his heirs retained control of the ...

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The two Nchanga concentrators (East mill and West mill) were recently modernized. A new concentrator was commissioned at Konkola in 2008. The Nchanga smelter was commissioned in 2008, incorporating technology from Outotec, Finland. The smelter processes ore from Konkola, Nchanga and other third party concentrates and it has a capacity of 311 ...

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Activities. The International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers (IUMMSW) emerged in 1916 from the more radical Western Federation of Miners (WFM) which organized mine and copper industry workers. IUMMSW reasserted its presence in the western mines, most successfully during the five-month strike in Butte and Anaconda (Montana) in 1934.

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Mine Mill and Smelter Workers. The Nickel Range Trilogy goes to Costco. ... He comes from an old Mine Mill family and he becomes embroiled in the raids between Steelworkers and the Mine Mill Union almost against his …

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History. Mine Mill, having grown out of the Western Federation of Miners, maintained that union's involvement in community life, and offered cultural and recreational activities for its members and the larger community. In 1949, Mine Mill purchased 166 acres of farm land along Highway 69 South, turning the section east of the highway into a ...

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Number 57, Boyd Leedom et al., as Members of the National Labor Relations Board, versus International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers. Mr. Kammholz. Theophil C.Kammholz: The question presented in this case, if the Court please, is whether the Board has power to declare a union out of compliance upon a finding in a separate ...

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