The ekenan millwork district is the epicenter of the diamond trade in Dubuque.
A millworks in Dubucquan is the largest mill in the U.S., and its production can reach up to 3,000 carats a year.
But this millworks also has a history of producing diamonds.
In 1884, a millwork in Dubuca sold diamonds to the U,S.
In the early 1900s, diamonds were sold to the United States and Canada, and then to other countries around the world.
As a result, the millwork has produced more than 300 million diamonds.
According to a recent report by the University of Arizona, more than 2,000 diamond mines were operated in the Dubucque area between 2006 and 2012.
Dubucqan has also seen a surge in diamond production in recent years.
According a 2011 study by the National Mining Association, the county experienced a 4.4 percent increase in diamond mining activity from 2006 to 2013, and a 6.4-percent increase in total diamond mining between 2006 to 2012.
A report released in 2014 by the Economic Development Commission of the District of Dubucquire County showed that the number of diamonds produced increased from 4,500 to 6,000 between 2006-2013, and more than doubled between 2013 and 2015.
The Dubucqua Diamonds Project is a community initiative that helps connect diamond producers with communities and businesses in the area.
A diamond millworks is a unique, community-driven resource, and this project was designed to provide the community with access to a high-quality diamond resource.
The project is also part of the Dubuquan Economic Development Initiative, a partnership between the Dubuca County Government, the University, and the Dubyque Diamonds Club.
Dubuques diamond mill works are open to the public, and it is hoped that the Diamonds Program will help provide a bridge for communities in Dubux to get involved in diamond resources.
Read more about diamonds in this week’s issue of Bleacher, available now.