Mesabi Range


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Me·sa·bi Range

 (mə-sä′bē)
A series of low hills in northeast Minnesota. Extensive iron ore deposits were discovered here in 1887.

Me•sa′bi Range′

(məˈsɑ bi)
n.
a range of low hills in NE Minnesota, noted for major iron-ore deposits.
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Noun1.Mesabi Range - a range of hills in northeastern Minnesota where rich iron ore deposits were discovered in 1887Mesabi Range - a range of hills in northeastern Minnesota where rich iron ore deposits were discovered in 1887
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The investment is intended to support the creation of new long-term jobs in America's heartland and the century-old iron ore mining district, the Mesabi Range in Minnesota.
The investment is aimed to support the creation of new jobs in the mid-US and the iron ore mining district, the Mesabi Range in Minnesota.
The team closed out its 2017-2018 season with a 35-0 win over Minnesota's Mesabi Range Community College Norsemen in the 2017 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Red Grange Bowl.
Locals proudly tell me that the Port of Ashtabula used to be one of the biggest in the world, where barges unloaded iron mined from Minnesota's Mesabi Range onto trains headed for the steel mills of the Ohio River Valley.
Notes: Pre-bid meeting information: 2:00 PM, Tuesday, May 3, 2016 Meet in the North Commons at Mesabi Range College - Eveleth 1100 Industrial Park Drive Eveleth, MN 55734.
iron ore production move to Minnesota's Mesabi Range in the late 1800s, and the global industry, which massively shifted to an Asia-centric focus in the latter years of the last century, Iron Mountain continued to supply ore to several well-known steel producers.
Business: Trust that owns mining interests in the Mesabi Range in northern Minnesota
Essar plans to boost steel production and is building its own iron ore mine on the Mesabi Range in northern Minnesota.
Mesabi Range towns, established only in the early 1890s after iron ore was discovered, fielded town teams almost immediately.
shadow of the Mesabi Range. I woke up in the mornings and looked out at
There was never any thought to conservation, nor to including a "nonreplacement" fee in its cost because, like copper ore in Montana or iron ore in the Mesabi Range, it could only be used once.