The Henry Mine was an early property that work began on in the Summer of 1871. By August, a shaft
contract with a "Mr. Evans" for 100 feet of work was well under way. Ore was reported of value, but those reports were never quantified.(1) By September a
second contract for another 100 feet of work was let to "Mr.
It must have
had some value, as the work continued a number of years, all be it slowly. By 1884 the Henry was still being noted as an active
mine, but the main shaft was still only down 100 feet, but some drifting had been done.(3)
No images of the mine are known.
The exact location of this mine is not yet known.
(1) Salt Lake Daily Herald, Vol. IV - No. 66, August 28, 1873, p.3
(2) Salt Lake Daily
Herald, Vol. IV - No. 94, September 28, 1873, p.3
(3) (Utah) Gazetteer and Directory of Logan, Ogden, Provo and Salt Lake Cities for 1884, Robert W. Sloan, Herald
Printing & Publishing Co., 1884, p. 74