Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee were surveyed concerning economic factors pertaining to mined products and mineral-related industries for the years 1967, 1971, and 1972, using the Standard Industrial Classification System (SIC) of the United States Bureau of the Budget for 1967. In general, mineral-related industries were considered to be those which utilized mineral products for manufacture or production of their commodity. The information sought included product values and amounts, either mined or produced from mined materials; ingredients used for production; of state purchase and/or shipments of mineral materials; and employment for the SIC numbers in the survey which ranged from 1011 to 3399. Data tabulations were made by SIC numbers for each state. In turn, these data were used to assist with obtaining estimates of total product amounts and total product values. Total dollar values of mineral-related goods were compared with total values of goods for each state. Georgia ranked highest.