Iron Range: Bibliography

About.com GeoT. The Mesabi — Kemosabi. 2000 Available from http://geography.miningco.com/library/misc/ucmesabi.htm.

Brennan, Mark. 2005. Review: Three Iron Mining Towns. Rural Sociology 69.

Burcum, Jill. 2004. Gold, gold on the Range. Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Chinni, Dante. 2000. An Uncertain Future in Iron Country. Christian Science Monitor.

Cleveland-Cliffs. Cleveland-Cliffs Company History. 2005 Available from http://www.cleveland-cliffs.com/general/history/default.asp2005).

DePass, Dee. 2004. Mesabi Steel Mill Dream $5 Million Closer to Reality. Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Earney, Fillmore C. F. 1969. New Ores for Old Furnaces: Pelletized Iron. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 59:.

Elder, Sean. 2002. ZipUSA: Hibbing, Minnesota. National Geographic 202:.

Engesser, John, and Marty K. Vadis. 2004. Value Added Iron. Governor’s Committee on Minnesota’s Mining Future.

Fosnacht, D. R. 2004. Aggregates from Taconite Mining: Establishing a Large Co-Market for Mine Materials on a Regional Basis. Governor’s Committee on Minnesota’s Mining Future.

———2004. Helping to Create a More Competitive Taconite Iron Mining Industry: Funding New Technology Demontrations at Minnesota Iron Ore Operations. Governor’s Committee on Minnesota’s Mining Future.

Iron Mining Association of Minnesota. Founders of the Iron Range.

Jorgenson, John D., and William S. Kirk. 2003. Iron Ore. U.S. Geological Survey Minerals Yearbook.

Kelleher, Bob. 2004. Steel on the Range, again. Minnesota Public Radio.

Kelleher, Bob, and Amy Radil. 1999. After the Mines: Can the IRRRB Help the Iron Range Prepare for the End of Mining? Minnesota Public Radio.

King, Frank A. 2003. The Missabe Road. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

———2003. The Missabe Road. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

Kobe Steel. 2003. Mesabi Nugget ITmk3 plant starts up.

Kuck, Peter. 1998. Iron Ore Statistical Compendium.

Landis, Paul. 1935. Cultural Change in the Mining Town. The American Journal of Sociology 41:.

Lanegran, David A., and et. al. 1994. Range Landscapes.

Mason, Peter F. 1969. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 59:.

MSU Moorhead. Minnesota State Northwest Minnesota Historical Center. 04/07/05 Available fromhttp://www.mnstate.edu/archives/MinnesotaHistory/BasicBibliography.htm (last accessed 3/20 2005).

Oakes, Larry. 2004. Mine pit threatens a town. Minneapolis Star Tribune.

———2004. Mining Company’s Plans to Hire Temps Alarms Union. Minneapolis Star Tribune.

———2004. Strike Averted on Iron Range: Steelworkers Reach Accord with Cleveland-Cliffs. Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Paulson, Amanda. 2004. Surprise Revival for Iron Mines of Minnesota. Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Sedore, Willow. 2005. Unemployment in Grand Rapids at 12.4 Percent. Grand Rapids Herald-Review.

St. Anthonty, Neal. 2004. Financing Deal Offers Hope for Iron Range. Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Sternberg, Bob v. 2005. Iron Range Town Wants to Red-Light Festival’s Name. Minneapolis Star Tribune.

U.S. Census 2000 data. Available at http://www.census.gov.

Walker, David A. 1979. Iron Frontier: The Discovery and Early Development of Minnesota’s Three Ranges. Minneapolis, MN: Minnesota Historical Society Press.

Webb, John W. 1959. Basic Concepts in the Analysis of Small Urban Centers of Minnesota. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 49:.

World Mine Cost Data Exchange. Available from http://www.minecost.com/ (2005).

Wrone, David R. 1993. The Economic Impact of the 1837 and 1842 Chippewa Treaties. American Indian Quarterly 17.