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Table of Contents Volume 3 - 1918

    No. 1, JANUARY

Quartz crystals from Centerdale, Rhode Island 
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Alfred C. Hawkins 1
Limonite pseudomorphous after pyrite from Lancaster County, Pa.
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H. L. Willig 2
Famous mineral localities. 1. The Keokuk geode region
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Edgar T. Wherry 3
An American occurrence of cronstedtite
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Charles W. Hoadley 6
Notes and news, proceedings of societies
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Abstracts of Mineralogical Literature
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No. 2, FEBRUARY

A peculiar fibrous form of opal
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George P. Merrill 11
The probable identity of mazapilite and arseniosiderite
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Esper S. Larsen 12
Famous mineral localities. 2. The gem regions of North Carolina
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Harry W. Trudell 14
Notes and news, proceedings of societies, new minerals, abstracts
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No. 3, MARCH

The life and work of Amos Peaslee Brown
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Edgar T. Wherry 21
Some minerals of the Stanley antimony mine
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Earl V. Shannon 23
Famous mineral localities. 3. Amelia Court House, Virginia
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Samuel G. Gordon 27
Proceedings of societies, notes and news, new minerals
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No. 4, APRIL

Louis Pope Gratacap
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Gilman S.Stanton 31
The Louis P. Gratacap memorial meeting of the New York Mineralogical Club
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Notes and news
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Ulexite from Lang, California
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William Foshag 35
Famous mineral localities. 4. The Joplin District
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Alfred C. Hawkins and Edgar T. Wherry 36
Proceedings of societies, new minerals, abstracts
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No. 5, MAY

Some Canadian cerussite crystals
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Ellis Thomson 41
Famous mineral localities. 5. The Black Hills of South Dakota
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Edgar T. Wherry 44
Notes and news, proceedings of societies, abstracts
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No. 6, JUNE

The Abbé René-Just Haüy celebration
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The life and work of Haüy
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George F. Kunz 61
An outline of the life of René-Just Haüy
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George F. Black 90
René-Just Haüy and his influence
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Herbert P. Whitlock 92
Haüy's Traité de Minéralogie
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Louis Pope Gratacap 100
Haüy's contribution to our knowledge of isomorphism
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Edward H. Kraus 126
Haüy, the "father of crystallography"
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Frank D. Adams 131
Haüy's law of rational intercepts
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Alfred J. Moses 132
Modern extensions of Haüy's laws of crystallography
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Edgar T. Wherry 134
Abstracts of crystallographic literature
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No. 7, JULY

Fibrous quartz from Rhode Island
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Alfred. C. Hawkins 149
Developing crystallized mineral specimens 
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J. A. Grenzig 152
Notes on gageite from Franklin Furnace, N. J.
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Wallace Goold Levison 153
Field identification of diasporite
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Edgar T. Wherry 154
Iceland spar in Montana, transparent quartz
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Notes and news, proceedings of societies, abstracts
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No. 8, AUGUST

The color change in vivianite and its effect on the optical properties Thomas L. W atson 159
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Note on iron as a cause of blue colors in minerals
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Edgar T. Wherry 161
Copiapite in coal
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William J. McCaughey 162
Proceedings of societies, new minerals, abstracts
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No. 9, SEPTEMBER

Famous mineral localities: Mt. Mica, Mt. Apatite, and other localities
in Maine

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James G. Manchester and William T. Bather 169
Proceedings of societies, notes and news, new minerals, abstracts
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No. 10, OCTOBER

A laboratory method of teaching elementary crystallography
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Joseph E. Pogue 179
Iridescent quartz from New York City
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George S. Scott 183
Supplementary note on meteoritic iron phosphide
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Edgar T. W herry 184
Siderite nodules, - information wanted
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George P. Merrill 184
Abstracts of mineralogic literature
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No. 11, NOVEMBER

Minerals of the saline domes of the Texas-Louisiana coastal plain
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Alfred C. Hawkins 189
Lazulite in an unusual form
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George P. Merrill 192
A laboratory method of teaching elementary crystallography
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Joseph E. Pogue 193
Method of indexing a mineral collection 
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Ernest E. Fairbanks 195
Notes and news, abstracts
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No. 12, DECEMBER

Famous mineral localities: Beryl Mountain, Acworth, N. H.
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Edward F. Holden 199
Notes and news, proceedings of societies, abstracts
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Index to Volume 3
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1. Louis Pope Gratacap ....................................................................................... 41
2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11. Abbé Haüy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49, 61, 62, 67, 68, 73, 74
3, 4. Letters, Alfred Lacroix to George F. Kunz . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . .... ....... 56
5. Old Church at St. Just-en-Chaussée; Specimens, Haüy Collection. . . ...............60
12, 13. Letters of Abbé Haüy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85, 86
14. Title page, Haüy's traité de Minéralogie .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........ . . . . . . . 101
15, 16. Maine mineral localities . . . . . . . . .. ............................................ . 169, 174
17 Table of the symmetry of crystals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..... . . . . . . . . 179


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