Keller, W. Common Rocks and Minerals of Missouri. University of Missouri Press, 80 p. The following five open file reports are actually bibliographies of minerals reported from these areas. A mineralogy of Montana has been written by Mike Gobla and the manuscript is currently being reviewed by the Montana Bureau of Mines who will be publishing the text.
French, L. Caster, Stephen B.
Minerals of Nevada. Myers, T. Canfield, F. Catalogue of the Minerals found in New Jersey. Wilkerson, Albert S. Minerals of New Jersey. Northrop, S. Minerals of New Mexico. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, revised editon, p. Minerals of New Mexico , 3rd ed. Beck, Lewis C. Mineralogy of New York.
White and J. Visscher, Albany, NY, p. Jensen, David E. Minerals of New York. Genth, F.
Minerals found in the State of North Carolina. In: Kerr, W. The minerals and mineral localities of North Carolina.
Genth, Frederick Augustus. The Minerals of North Carolina U. Geological Survey, bulletin 74, Washington, Government printing office. Landis, editor. Mineral and Water Resources of North Dakota. Biek, Bob. North Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, v 22, no. Carlson, Earnest H. Minerals of Ohio. Ohio Geol. Survey, Bulletin 69, p. Minerals of Ohio , Ohio Geol. Survey, Bulletin 69, second edition, p. Shannon, C. Mineral resources of Oklahoma and statistics of production from to Oklahoma Geol. Survey Bull.
Mmmmm… pockets of gleaming crystals… The End of Collecting Season In most parts of Canada, November heralds the end of collecting season. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, revised editon, p. The intergrown crystals are fragile and the basalt is friable, making these very difficult to collect as fine mineral specimens. Minerals of New Mexico , 3rd ed. Dole, H. Often, discoveries are made by people collecting mineral specimens. There was lots of great information in this talk — I had no idea that excellent topaz has also been found in the Cairngorms.
Dott, Robert Henry. Minerals of Oklahoma. Gilmore, E. Self-published, 77 p.
Mitchell, John Graham. Minerals of Oregon. Oregon Univ. Dake, H. The gem minerals of Oregon. Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Resources, bulletin 7, 16 p. Dole, H. Oregon Rocks and Minerals, a description.
Preliminary report on the Mineralogy of Pennsylvania. Eyerman, John. The mineralogy of Pennsylvania part 1. Easton , PA. The mineralogy of Pennsylvania part 2. Chemical analyses and new localities.
A simple guide to rock and mineral field trips. Discusses what you need to go on a successful mineral collecting trip. Free additional local collecting information. Rock & Mineral Collecting: A Beginners Guide to Finding, Valuing and (The Collector Series Book 4) - Kindle edition by Tim Harvey, Rock and Mineral Photography. Browse Best Books of the Month, featuring our favorite new books in more . as I thought this was something only miners could do, or that you had to visit.
Brown, A. Minerals of Pennsylvania. Gordon, Samuel G. The mineralogy of Pennsylvania. Special publication no. Montgomery, Arthur. The mineralogy of Pennsylvania Smith II, Robert C. Friends of Mineralogy, Pennsylvania Chapter, Special publication no. Miller, C. Minerals of Rhode Island.
Department of Geology, University of Rhode Island, 83 p. Sloan, Earle. Catalog of the Mineral Localities of South Carolina. South Carolina Geological Survey, series 4, Bulletin 2,. Roberts, W. Mineralogy of the Black Hills. The minerals of Tennessee , their nature, uses, occurrence, and literature. The resources of Tennessee, vol.
Rocks and Minerals of Tennessee. Tennessee Division of Geology, Information Circular 5, 36 p. Paris, Travis A. Minerals of Tennessee. Self-published, Knoxville, Tennessee, Comb binding. Simonds, Frederic W. Bulletin No. Phillips, W. The mineral resources of Texas.