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The minerals and mineral localities of North Carolina

being chapter I. of the second vol. of the Geology of North Carolina, 1881
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Other titlesGeology of North Carolina.
Statement[By F. A. Genth and W. C. Kerr]
ContributionsGenth, F. A., Kerr, W. C.
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LC ClassificationsQE147 .A22 1866-1887, Pt.2, V.2 Chap.1
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Pagination122 p.
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of the second vol. of the Geology of North Carolina, [F A Genth; W. Typically, North Carolina's annual mineral production exceeds $ million dollars. Lithium minerals, phosphate rock, and crushed stone account for the bulk of the annual mineral production. North Carolina leads the nation in the production of feldspar, lithium minerals, scrap mica, olivine and : () Get this from a library.

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Rock Types Recorded Note: data. There was a book on mineral collecting localities in North Carolina that I think was published by the State survey.

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GEMS AND GEM MINERALS OF NORTH CAROLINA* Josnrn HvoB Pnerr mineral thus far discovered in the state has been a few crystals of sperrylite, which were obtained from the concentrates of the ruby There are three localities in North Carolina where the real emerald beryls have been found, one in Alexander County in theFile Size: KB.

Notices of the rarer minerals and new localities in western North Carolina by C. Hunter,American Journal of Science, Series II, p. History of the gems found in North Carolina by G. Kunz,North Carolina Geological and Economic Survey Bulle p.

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Important Minerals, Gems, and Rocks Mined in North Carolina. Amethyst. Violet quartz gemstone colored by inclusions of hematite or other minerals, found in Stokes, Burke, Lincoln, Iredell, Moore, Warren, and Franklin Counties.

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A web site devoted mainly to western North Carolina rocks, gems and minerals. Take a picture tour of numerous rock and mineral collecting sites and see examples of rocks and minerals to be found in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina.

Take. Moore’s Compendium of Mineral Discoveries is an exhaustive guide to documented mineral discoveries of minerals with crystals over one centimeter found since Completed in by Tom Moore, an editor for the Mineralogical Record and a prolific writer on mineral subjects, this is arguably the most detailed mineral book compiled in recent.

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Online mineral museum photograph archive of minerals: Mineral Gallery from North Carolina. Minerals from North Carolina. This gallery is part of the photographic archive of minerals. The minerals illustrated sold previously and are for photographic reference only.

Chromium impurities are responsible for the green color in North Carolina Hiddenite; the other localities generally produce lighter colored and more yellowish in tone, and lack the chromium. In a strict sense, the term Hiddenite refers specifically to the green transparent Spodumene variety originating in Alexander Co., North Carolina.

The Museum of North Carolina Minerals, located at Milepost on the Blue Ridge Parkway near Little Switzerland and Spruce Pine, introduces the treasures found in the state and the local Spruce Pine Mining District through interactive displays on the wide variety of minerals and gems found in the region, providing an introduction to the importance of mining in the region and the mineral and.

Apatite is named for the Greek word apate, which means "deceit", since Apatite is similar in appearance to many other e describes a group of similar isomorphous hexagonal phosphate minerals.

The primary Apatite group includes Fluorapatite, Chlorapatite, and extended Apatite supergroup describes additional minerals such as Pyromorphite, Mimetite, and.

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