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 Title:  Account Book of the Old Abe Co. 1890-1891 ead 
 Date(s):  1890-1891 
 Abstract:  The Old Abe mine, in White Oaks, New Mexico, produced a million dollars worth of gold from one of the deepest dry mines in the world. Its true vein was discovered in 1890 by William Watson, who shared ownership with seven other people, named in the back of the book. One volume, lists dividends, expenses and receipts from 1890-1891. It is accompanied by photocopies of five articles from the Lincoln County (N.M.) News, from 1956-1958, relating the history of the mine and the area. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Gold mines and mining -- New Mexico -- White Oaks. | Mines and mineral resources -- New Mexico -- Lincoln County -- History. 
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