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MATRIX - Volume Five - Issues 1-2

Volume 5 Number 1  Spring 1997
SOLD OUT! Available in Full Set
"The Mineralogy of SOUTH CAROLINA: A Historical Sketch
Jay L. Lininger
""The Old Iron District"" - A Legacy of Iron Mining and
Manufacturing in South Carolina
B. G. Moss
The History of a South Carolina Mineral Collection and
Its Nineteenth Century Odyssey
Nathaniel Edwards
The History of the Ross Mine: The Brief Life of the South Carolina Tin Industry
Jay L. LiningerSouth Carolina Gold: An Overview
Paul Chrastina.  Carolina Mining . . . An Old Tradition, A New Opportunity Kimberly Smith"


Volume 5 Number 2  Summer 1997
"THE HISTORY OF BRISTOL CHALCOCITE
The Chalcocite Crystals of Bristol, Connecticut:
The History of a Classic American Mineral Location
Howard I. Heitner and Jay L. Lininger
The Mineralogical World of Emanuel Swedenborg
Susan Flagg Poole
Starting Out in Horse Heaven - 1941
Claude D. Pressler and Arthur E. Smith, Jr.
Industrial Heritage Day: Celebration of a 19th Century Mineral Industry
Jay L. Lininger"


 

Volume Five Single Issue Price - $7.50 plus postage
Volume Five - Numbers 2, 3 and 4 - $20.00 postage paid

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Issues 3-4

Volume 5 Number 3 Fall 1997
"David M. Seaman: Mineral Collecting and
The Evolving Role of Museums
Mark I. Jacobson
Some Little Known History of a Mica Mine in Strafford, New Hampshire
Dana Martin Morong
THE CURIOUS LORE OF GEORGE F. KUNZ
Lawrence H. Conklin
The History of an Obscure Pennsylvania Rutile Occurrence
Jay L. Lininger"


Volume 5 Number 4 Winter 1997
"THE HISTORY OF MINERAL CATALOGS
The Paper Cabinet: Mineral Catalogues from Johann Kentmann to F. John Barlow
Stephen E. Pober
Anthony’s Nose, New York: A New Look at an Old Location
John H. Betts
The Philips Mine: Another Perspective
Allen V. Heyl
Iron Smelting in the Hudson Highlands:
A Retrospective of the Greenwood Ironworks
Jay L. Lininger  
The Field Guide
Joseph A. Dague "

 

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