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Historically, tin oxide (cassiterite) was liberated from alluvial deposits in stream and river valleys and old lake beds. By the mid-15th century, underground mines began to be worked and in the late 18th, throughout the 19th and the early part of the 20th century tin, copper and lead mining were...

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