Beaver Hill Coal Mining Company

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Beaver Hill Coal Mining Company

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The Beaver Hill Coal mine was located between Coos Bay and Coquille, Oregon, and a part of Southern Pacific Corporation. [1] George Watkins Evans was an engineer and manager of the Beaver Hill Coal Mine Company beginning in about 1920. [2] Previously, he worked for the Northwestern District of the U.S Bureau of Mines surveying coal fields as an engineer and geologist. [3]


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[1] “Beaver Hill Mine.” The Coos Bay Times (Coos Bay, Oregon) Sat, Mar 23, 1912, Page 15.
[2] “Beaver Hill Coal Mine is Far Below Sea Level: Coos Bay Property is Being Extensively Developed” Morning Register (Eugene, Oregon) Sun, Jul 31, 1921, Page 8.
[3] “G.W Evans of U.S Bureau of Mines to Aid” The Coos Bay Times (Coos Bay, Oregon) · Thu, Mar 22, 1917 · Page 1.

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