CIM Bulletin1927
To properly understand industrial conditions in Spain it is necessary to consider the early history of the country. Spain is very backward in many lines. They use the sickle for cutting grain, and plows for cultivating the land, which resemble those of Biblical days. In the great mining camp at Bilbao only one steam-shovel is in use, although about two hundred million tons of ore has been produced, and this almost entirely from open cuts.
Keywords: Mercury, Mercury, ore, porphyry, pyrite, Spain, Mine, Mines, mining, Ore, Ores, Spain
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