The borax mines of Furnace Creek in the Death Valley region have been active for a number of years and are still the principal producers of borax in the United States. They are little visited by mineralogists, partly because of their comparative inaccessibility and partly because of the Pacific Coast Borax Company’s policy to exclude all visitors and to allow no specimens to leave the mines.

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