Rockhounding in Eastern New York and Nearby New England, 7th Edition, Revised


Rockhounding in Eastern New York and Nearby New England, 7th Edition, Revised

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Rockhounding in Eastern New York and Nearby New England, 7th Edition, Revised contains directions to 99 great collecting locations. Most are for minerals, but many are for fossils. Mineral species range from collectibles such as vesuvianite crystals, to cuttables such as rhodonite. Accurate maps are provided for most sites, along with detailed directions. Also included are lists of materials to be found, tips for the collector, and often information on other area attractions and conveniences such as places to eat or wash.
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