The Rhodesian Copper Deposits

CIM Bulletin1930
A FEW years ago the name Katanga recalled, to those interested in copper, a far-off country in central Africa where deposits of huge size were beginning to pour a stream of copper into the world's markets. But no one heard of the adjacent part of northern Rhodesia as a potential copper region. It was then a bush-covered wilderness, with a few lonely, widely-spaced villages, and here and there a copper prospect that created but little outside attention.
Keywords: bornite, chalcocite, granite, Mufulira, Roan Antelope, copper, Mine, Mines, Ore, Ores, Rock, Rocks
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