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Circular 25—Raw materials for chemistry industry in New mexico)

By M. F. Stubbs and R. H. Weber, 1954, 7 pp.

The first recorded interest in raw materials from New Mexico dates from the time of Francisco Vasquez de Coronado. No single region possesses all the factors desirable to the establishment of industry and, in common with most of the west distances in New Mexico from natural resources to plant and consumer are usually large. However, a large number of extractive industries (petroleum and natural gas, metallics and non metallics) have been developed in the state, with production for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1952, amounting to $264,617,001.

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