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Lazulite,
p.328

Fluorine-dominant
dravite, p.320


Fluorite, India,

p. 298


Mesnard mine,

p.314




ABOUT THE COVER: Beryl (aquamarine), 7 cm across, with schorl and albite (cleavelandite), the 49er Pocket, Oceanview mine, Pala district, San Diego County, California. The specimen, dubbed the “Prince,” was recovered in November 2007. Bill Larson specimen, Jeff Scovil photo. See related article on this mine beginning on page 292.
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Rocks & Minerals (83:04)
July/August 2008


FEATURES

292 The Forty-niner Pocket, Oceanview Mine, Pala District, San Diego County, California
 

298 Hemispheroidal Fluorites from India
 

308 Pseudo-octahedral Calcite from the Minesota Mine, Ontonagon County, Michigan
 

314 A Winter Dig at the Mesnard Mine, Pewabic Lode, Houghton County, Michigan
   

320 Discovery of Fluorine-Dominant Dravite near Gouverneur, St. Lawrence County, New York
 

334 The Robert B. Ferguson Museum of Mineralogy, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: Its Past and Present
 

340 Thirty-fourth Rochester Mineralogical Symposium—Contributed Papers in Specimen Mineralogy

DEPARTMENTS

285 Chips from the Quarry

328 Connoisseur’s Choice: Lazulite, Graves Mountain, Lincoln County, Georgia
  

348 Collector’s Note: New Find of Barite Crystals with Phantoms from Michigan’s Copper Country
  

348 Word to the Wise: NYF-Type Pegmatite
  

354 Through the ‘Scope: The Year in Micromounting—2007 Was a Year of Change
  

363 In Memoriam:
George S. Switzer (1915–2008)
  
John L. Jambor (1936–2008)
  

367 Media Reviews
  

369 Museum Notes

371 Internet Directory for the Earth Sciences

374 Coming Events

 

 

 

 

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