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Table of Contents Volume 4 - 1919


No. 1, JANUARY

Glauberite crystal-cavities in the Triassic rocks in the vicinity of Gettysburg, Pa
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George W. Stose 1
Barite from Great Notch, N. J. 
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Ernest H. Wilson 4
Famous mineral localities: The datolite locality near Westfield, Massachusetts
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Earl V. Shannon 5
Editorial, proceedings of societies, abstracts
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No. 2, FEBRUARY

Crystallography of some Canadian minerals; albite, titanite, scapolite, and polycrase
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Eugene Poitevin 11
Newspaper mineralogy
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Developing crystallized mineral specimens
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Wallace Goold Levison 14
Book review - Handbook of Mineralogy, etc., Butler
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Notes and news, proceedings of societies, abstracts
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No. 3, MARCH

Famous mineral localities: Beryl Hill, Grafton, New Hampshire:
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George M. Flint 21
Crystallography of some Canadian minerals: stephanite, epidote, and
calamine

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Eugene Poitevin 22
Book review A text-book of precious stones, Wade
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Proceedings of societies, notes and news, new minerals, abstracts
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No. 4, APRIL

Pyrite crystals from Broadway and 207th Street, New York City
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Herbert P. Whitlock 31
Cyrstallography of some Canadian minerals: Axinite.
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Eugene Poitevin 32
Famous mineral localities: The Pelham asbestos mine, Massachusetts
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Earl V. Shannon 37
Notes and news, proceedings of societies, new minerals, abstracts
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No. 5, MAY

The new mineralogical laboratory at the University of Michigan.
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Edward H. Kraus 45
Crystallography of some Canadian minerals: Cerussite.
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Eugene Poitevin 56
Proceedings of societies, new minerals, notes and. news, abstracts
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No. 6, JUNE

Tridymite crystals in glass
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N. L. Bowen 65
Pyrite crystals from Bald Mt., Colorado
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Herbert P. Whitlock 67
Limonite pseudomorphous after pyrite from York County, Pa.
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E. F. Holden 68
Famous mineral localities: The Chester emery mine
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Earl V. Shannon 69
The Thomas F. Lamb collection
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Edward Wigglesworth 73
Proceedings of societies, notes and news, new minerals, abstracts
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No. 7, JULY

Stalactitic barite from Madoc, Ontario
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T. L. Walker 79
Manganotantalite from Amelia, Virginia
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O. I. Lee and E. T. Wherry 80
Amber and its origin
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George F. Black 83
Sir William Crookes
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George F. Kunz 85
Notes and news, proceedings of societies, new minerals, abstracts
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No. 8, AUGUST

Linarite and leadhillite from Idaho
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Earl V. Shannon 93
Fluorite from Madoc, Ontario
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T. L. Walker 95
Amber and its origin
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George F. Black 97 
Reminiscences of William E. Hidden
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George F. Kunz 100
Notes and news, proceedings of societies, new minerals, abstracts
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No. 9, SEPTEMBER

The minerals of the Bergen Archways
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James G. Manchester 107
Chalcopyrite crystals from the Bergen Archways
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Edgar T. Wherry 116
Amber and its origin 
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George F. Black 118
New minerals, notes and news
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No. 10, OCTOBER

A columbite crystal from Boothwyn, Pennsylvania 
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Isabel F. Smith 121
Monazite from Boothwyn, Pennsylvania 
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Edgar T. Wherry 123
A new occurrence of rhodonite
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Wilbur G. Foye 124
Hematite and rutile formed by the action of chlorine at high temperatures
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H. E. Merwin and J. C. Hostetter 126
William Earl Hidden
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George F. Kunz 128
Amber and its origin 
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George F. Black 130
Notes and news, new minerals, abstracts 
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No. 11, NOVEMBER

Colemanite pseudomorphous after inyoite from Death Valley, California.
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Austin F. Rogers 135
A mineralogical trip in France
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Alfred C. Lane 140
William Earl Hidden
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George F. Kunz 142
Proceedings of societies, new minerals, abstracts
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No. 12, DECEMBER

Famous mineral localities: Yuma County, Arizona
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William F. Foshag 149
Books, proceedings of societies, new minerals, notes and news
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Index to Volume 4
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PLATES

1. Glauberite crystal cavities 1  9. New York City minerals . . . 93
2. New York City minerals . . . . . 11 10. The Bergen Archways . . . . . . 107
3. Large beryl crystals, Grafton. 21 11. Minerals of Bergen Archways 111
4. Pyrite crystals, N. Y. City 31 12. Same as preceding . . . . . . . . . 112
5. Natural Sci. Bldg. Univ. Mich. 45  13. Same as preceding . . . . . . . . . 114
6. Room and laboratory in above. 52 14. Minerals from Boothwyn,Pa. 121
7. Tridymite in glass; quartz 65  15. Colemanite pseudo. inyoite. 135
8. Stalactitic barite, Madoc, Ont. 79  16. New York City minerals 149



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