Mineral Facts and Problems: 1960 Edition Page: 29
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9,230,000 Surinam Dominican Arkansas Jamaica
Long tons 2,425,000 Republic 1,258,000 4,933,000
5,240,500 La. Ala. Te x. Ark. La. La.
Short tons 34500 985,500 750,000 420,000 850,000 430,000o
Ortret Alcoa Alcoa Alcoa Kaiser Kaiser
Clarington, Massena, Wenatchee, Vancouver, Rockdale, Chalmette, Spokane, Jones Mill
Ohio N.Y. Wash. Wash. Te x. La. Wash. Ark.
180,000 150,000 108,500 97,500 150,000 247,500 176,000 109,000
British Guiana Haiti Georgia
225,000 336,000 53,000
Creek, La Quinta, Japan
Reynolds Reynolds Harvey
s, Troutdale, San Patricio, I
Oreg. Tex. Columbia Falls,
Oreg. T Mont.
91,500 95,000 60,000
1 1 -1 IP
u L LJ L. . L L_ I I I IJ LI
Alcoa, Badin, Pt. Comfort, Evansville, Tacoma, Ravenswood, Arkadelphia, Listerhill, Longview, Masseno, The Dalles,
Tenn. N.C. Tex. Ind. Wash. W.Va. Ark. Ala. Wash. N.Y. Oreg.
157,100 47,150 140,000 150,000 41,000 145,000 55,000 190,000 60,500 100,000 54,000
FIGURE 1,---Bauxite Supply and Alumina- and Aluminum-Plant Capacities in the United States in 1958 (includes plants under construction)
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