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Author: Bob Acton
ISBN13: 978-0951451786
Title: The Landfall Book of the Poldice Valley
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Publisher: Landfall Publications (December 1, 1990)
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The Landfall Book of the Poldice Valley by Bob Acton



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Poldice mine is a former metalliferous mine located in Poldice Valley in south-west Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is situated near the hamlet of Todpool, between the villages of Twelveheads and St Day, three miles (5 km) east of Redruth. A legal document of 1512 about a theft of tin "near Poldyth in Wennap" indicates that mining was probably taking place around Poldice at that time, but this mine is certainly known to have been in operation by the 17th century.

Poldice was a mining area in south-west Cornwall, England, UK, between Twelveheads and St Day. Mining for tin had taken place since at least the 1500s, before the Poldice Valley became an important part of the Cornish mining boom of the 1800s, when copper replaced tin in terms of importance at the mine. By the 1860s, the copper industry was in decline and closure of the mine was avoided by switching to arsenic extraction, although metals were still being mined albeit in decreasing quantities. By the 1910s most of the activity was over, but small-scale mining continued into the 1920s  . "Poldice Valley", Bob Acton, Landfall Publications, 1990.

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Poldice Valley, Bob Acton, Landfall Publications, 1990. Barton, D. B. (1966). Bodmin is one of the oldest towns in Cornwall, and the only large Cornish settlement recorded in the Domesday Book in 1086, in the 15th century the Norman church of St Petroc was largely rebuilt and stands as one of the largest churches in Cornwall. Also built at that time was an abbey of canons regular, for most of Bodmins history, the tin industry was a mainstay of the economy. The Cornish Beam Engine (New e. Truro: D. Bradford Barton Ltd. Geography of Cornwall. Apart from the enormous quantities of more common substances mined at Poldice, the area was also known for rarer and more valuable minerals including chalcophyllite, olivenite, mimetite and liroconite. The ruins of many mine buildings and mineshafts are still present in the Poldice Valley, which has not seen any.

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