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Paquin mining districtSemi-preciousConifer conesHallelujah Junction

Paquin mining district,
p. 368

Semi-precious,
p. 421


Conifer cones,

p. 382


Hallelujah Junction,

p. 415




ABOUT THE COVER: Quartz scepter, 11.5 cm high, Foster Hallman claim (Hallelujah Junction), Petersen Mountain, Washoe County, Nevada. Paul Geffner specimen, Jeff Scovil photo.
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Rocks & Minerals (82:05)
September/October 2007


FEATURES

366 Gold Survives 9/11: Damaged But Not Destroyed
 

368 Mineralogy of the Paquin Mining District, Ouray County, Colorado
 

382 Conifer Cones from the Jurassic and Cretaceous Rocks of Eastern Utah
 

398 A Look at the Reconstruction of Three Mineral Pockets and the Artisans Who Re-created Them
  

409 Thirty-first, Thirty-second, and Thirty-third Rochester Mineralogical Symposia—Contributed Papers in Specimen Mineralogy: Part 3

DEPARTMENTS

357 Chips from the Quarry

363 Letters to the Editor

402
Connoisseur’s Choice: Erythrite, Bou Azzer, Morocco
  

415 Collector’s Note: Hallelujah! A 2006 Crystal Dig at Petersen Mountain, Washoe County, Nevada
 

421 Let's Get it Right: Semi-precious Equals Semi-silly
 


423
Word to the Wise: Words to the Wise—More Than Four Thousand To Be Exact
  
425 Media Reviews


433
Museum Notes

435
Internet Directory for the Earth Sciences

438 Coming Events

 

 

 

 

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