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MATRIX - Volume Four - Issues 1-2

Volume 4 Number 1 Spring 1995
"Ernest Weidhaas and His Freak Simulations
Joseph A. Dague
Paradise Lost: The Brief Life and Death of a Unique Mineral Occurrence
Jay L. Lininger
Minerals Names - Lost Stories - Nathaniel Edwards
The Sutro Tunnel Company -Richard H. Dillion
A Search for King Solomon’s Mines: The Timna Reserve
Jay L. Lininger
The Over-Montgomery Correspondence (Part 15)"

 


Volume 4 Number 2 Summer 1995
"Philip C. Foster and His Mineral Collection
Dana M. Morong
The Lead Mines of Lubec, Maine
Dana M. Morong
THE CLASSIC CELESTITE OF PUT-IN-BAY, OHIO
Jay L. Lininger
Zincite Comes to Light
John A. Jaszcak and Stanley J. Dyl, II
The Rand Aquamarine
Jay L. Lininger
The Over-Montgomery Correspondence (Part 16)"

 

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Issues 3-4

Volume 4 Number 3 Fall 1995
"THE HISTORY OF NICKELNickel: Past and Present
Robert C. Stanley
The Coon Mountain Controversy:
A Historical Perspective of America' Most Famous Iron-Nickel Meteorite Occurrence
Paul Chrastina
The First Millerite Locality in the United States:
Historical Notes on the Sterling Mine, Antwerp, Jefferson County, New York
Steven Chamberlain
Joseph Wharton: America's Metallurgical Pioneer
Jay L. Lininger
Joseph Wharton and His Gap Mine: The Founding of the American Nickel Industry
Jay L. Lininger"


Volume 4 Number 4 Winter 1995
"THE HISTORY OF MR
For the Record: How the Mineralogical Record Came to Be
John S. White
Zinc and Lead Mining in the Arkansas Ozarks: An Introduction
Dale A. RichardsThe Ozark Uplift: In the Arkansas Zinc Field
Walter B. Stevens, edited and comments by Arthur E. Smith Jr.
The Røros Copper Works: Preservation of an 18th Century Mining Complex
Jay L. Lininger"

 

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