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三川鉱山(大谷金山) (Mikawa Kōzan)

三川鉱山(みかわこうざん)は新潟県阿賀町にあった鉱山。新谷川支流の大谷川上流部に位置する。 天文2(1533)年開山と伝えられる。金・銀・銅・鉛・亜鉛・硫化鉄を産出したという。明治42年に大谷金山、昭和7年に三川鉱山と改称。昭和10年代後半から20年代前半に最盛期を迎え、従業員数430人を数えたという。 金山小学校があった。大正10年2月、新谷小学校の分教場として設置認可。昭和25年4月独立。昭和37年3月閉校。 山中に選鉱場、シックナーなどの大規模遺構が残る。 五十沢生産森林組合の管理下にあり、 鉱物の採取等は禁止され厳しく管理されている。

Mikawa mine (Oya Kanayama)

Mikawa mine (Mikawa Zozan) was a mine in Aga-machi, Niigata Prefecture. Located in the upper stream of the Otani River in the Shinya River branch. It is reported to be Aoyama 2 (1533) year. It said that it produced gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc and iron sulfide. Otani Kanayama was renamed Meiji 42, and Mikawa mine was renamed in Showa 7. It has reached its peak in the latter half of the 1950s and early 20s, and said it counted 430 employees. There was Jinshan elementary school. In February of 1920, it was approved as a division site of Shintani Elementary School. Independence in April 1954. Closed in March 1966. Large scale remains such as mining stations, thickers remain in the mountains. It is under the control of the Igarashi Production Forestry Association, collection of minerals etc is prohibited and strictly controlled.

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