Definition of American copper
1. Noun. Common copper butterfly of central and eastern North America.
Group relationships: Genus Lycaena, Lycaena
Generic synonyms: Copper
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Literary usage of American copper
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1. The Truth about the Trusts: A Description and Analysis of the American Trust by John Moody (1904)
"Now, therefore, if there was pounds of american copper consumption in 1901, there could not have beeen a doubled consumption in 1902, whatever statistics ..."
2. The Copper Handbook by Horace Jared Stevens, Walter Harvey Weed (1910)
"american copper MINING CO. Dead. John Baker, former president and general manager, ... american copper & SILVER CO. Office: 15 Exchange Place, Jersey City, ..."
3. Mines Register; Successor to the Mines Handbook and the Copper Handbook edited by Horace Jared Stevens, Walter Garfield Neale, Lenox Hawes Rand, Edward Barney Sturgis, Joseph Zimmerman (1903)
"576 american copper Deposits 97-120 american copper Exports 574 american copper Mine Dividends 588 american copper Prices, Average 585 american copper ..."
4. Political and Commercial Geology and the World's Mineral Resources by Josiah Edward Spurr (1920)
"Sales of american copper should be handled by a large number of separate agencies actively competing for the domestic market; this is essential in the ..."