Ohio has 75 records of mines listed by the United States Geological Survey (USGS).
- 75 USGS records of mines in Ohio.
- Iron , Silica , Aluminum , Zirconium , and Titanium mines located in Ohio. See All
by Total Mines
- Cuyahoga (16 Total Mines)
- Trumbull (5 Total Mines)
- Ashtabula (4 Total Mines)
- Jefferson (4 Total Mines)
- Washington (4 Total Mines)
- Columbiana (3 Total Mines)
- Guernsey (3 Total Mines)
- Hamilton (3 Total Mines)
- Lucas (3 Total Mines)
- Muskingum (3 Total Mines)
Historic Mining Records (USGS)
Ohio has 75 identified mines listed in The Diggings™. The most commonly listed primary commodities in Ohio mines are Iron , Silica , and Aluminum . At the time these mines were surveyed, 12 mines in Ohio were observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine.1 2 mines were in production at the time the data was entered into USGS records. Cuyahoga, Trumbull, and Ashtabula are the with the most mines.
Quick USGS Facts
- 75 records of mines in Ohio.
- 12 records of mineral occurrences of observable ore mineralization.
- 61 records of mining plants
- 2 records of mineral producers
Mines By County
1 Grade, tonnage, and extent of mineralization for such mines are unspecified.
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