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by Sidney A. Williams,John W. Anthony
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Earth Sciences
  • Author:
    Sidney A. Williams,John W. Anthony
  • ISBN:
    0816507651
  • ISBN13:
    978-0816507658
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  • Publisher:
    University of Arizona Press; Second edition (January 1, 1982)
  • Subcategory:
    Earth Sciences
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Mineralogy of Arizona book. For nearly 20 years,Mineralogy of Arizona has been respected as the definitive reference on Arizona minerals

Mineralogy of Arizona book. For nearly 20 years,Mineralogy of Arizona has been respected as the definitive reference on Arizona minerals.

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by John W. Anthony, Sidney A. Williams, Raymond W. Grant, Richard A. Also new is a section on the history of Arizona mining and mineralogy, which provides context for understanding the significance of mineral discoveries and production since prehistoric times.

Mineralogy of Arizona. Since the inception of modern mining activity in the Arizona Territory in the latter half of the nineteenth century, Arizona has been known as a copper-mining state

Mineralogy of Arizona. Published by: University of Arizona Press. Since the inception of modern mining activity in the Arizona Territory in the latter half of the nineteenth century, Arizona has been known as a copper-mining state.

Mineralogy of Arizona Arizona minerals are of popular interest, and Arizona mineral specimens. Anthony (Author), Sidney A. Williams (Author), Richard A. Bideaux (Author), Raymond W. Grant (Author). This book is among the best of the various US state and regional guides to minerals and their localities. Arizona minerals are of popular interest, and Arizona mineral specimens are especially apparent in collections and museums throughout the world.

The Many Lives of the Lynx, A Century of Mining on Lynx Creek Between 1863 and 1963, Alvina N. Potter, 1964, Prescott, Arizona. The Vulture, Gold Mine of the Century, Gene Botts with John and Marge Osborne, 1995, Quest Publishing Group, Phoenix, Arizona. The Story of Superstition Mountain and the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine, Robert Joseph Allen, 1971, Pocket Books, ISBM 0-671-83694-3.

Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader. The Mineralogy of Arizona. Authors: Frank Nelson Guild. Categories: Nonfiction.

Williams (Havasupai: Wii Gvʼul) is a city in Coconino County, Arizona, west of Flagstaff. Its population was 3,023 at the 2010 census. It lies on the routes of Historic Route 66 and Interstate 40, and the Southwest Chief Amtrak train route

Williams (Havasupai: Wii Gvʼul) is a city in Coconino County, Arizona, west of Flagstaff. It lies on the routes of Historic Route 66 and Interstate 40, and the Southwest Chief Amtrak train route. It is also the southern terminus of the Grand Canyon Railway, which takes visitors to Grand Canyon Village

Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Tucson: University of Arizona Press. ISBN 0 7 (paperback).


Zargelynd
Frankly I have been underwhelmed by this book. I was hoping for greater detail and insight regarding both the types of minerals and their locations. I'm not throwing it in the trash but I would recommend that if you are looking for a good mineralogy resource you should look elsewhere.
Gorisar
Excellent book, still the best on the subject for Arizona minerals. The third volume being the most comprehensive. I use it regularly, especially when and before visiting Arizona and the petrified forest national park, and all point's in between Holbrook and the Mojave.
Shistus
Everything you want to know
Thetalune
This was exactly what I was looking for. It give more details on the individual minerals than other books I have.
Dolid
A MUST have for the serious rockhound wanting to find mineral specimens in Arizona. Very compressive and detailed -- one of the very best books I have read on the subject!
Vinainl
The ordered item arrived very quickly in excellent quality. I am happy with the ordered item. With pleasure I definitely recommend the seller to anyone.
MARK BEN FORD
This is an incredible book for anyone interested in the mineralogy of Arizona. While it may be too technical for some amateur geologists, most individuals will be able to appreciate what this book has to offer. Not only does it have a listing of every mineral ever recorded in Arizona, but it tells what the mineral is and the exact locations where they were found. Also included are maps and discussions of the state's geology.

But I will return to my previous statement that it may be too technical for some. If you are looking for a simple guide to Arizona, look elsewhere. But if you are looking for one of the most extensive mineral books for the state, look no further.
Sadly, reviews are written by mouth breathers, sometimes.
Who is to say I'm not one of them?
With that in mind, it would be sad if someone expected a book called "Mineralogy of Arizona" to be anything but a rundown of all the minerals of arizona. However, if you expect collecting maps to treasure, that's not what this is. This is what the real "rockhounds" use to do this thing called "research". I know it sounds crazy but if you ever expect to find something amazing in the field, you have to have a general understanding of the subject, which this book will certainly assist with! I love this book. And I don't even like collecting in Arizona.