Utah Gold & Gems Maps : Then and Now


Utah Gold & Gems Maps : Then and Now

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This packet contains 4 17 1/2 X 23 inch maps printed on both sides. The maps divide the state into four sections and show the location of 119 gems in addition to gold and silver. The maps featured were chosen due to their clarity in spite. This package is a must for both the serious or the part time rock hound.



Map 1

Side #1 Gold And Gems N.W. Section
Side #2 Utah 1878 Northern Half

Map 2

Side #1 Gold And Gems N.E. Section
Side #2 Utah 1878 Southern Half

Map 3

Side #1 Gold And Gems S.W. Section
Side #2 Text

Map 4

Side #1 Gold And Gems S.E. Section
Side #2 Utah 1874

Map 5

Side #1 Selected Mining Districts
Side #2 Mining Districts Of Utah


Acanthite, Actinolite, Adamite, Agate, Albite, Alunite, Amethyst, Anatase, Andalusite, Andradite, Andularia, Anglesite, Anhydrite, Apache tears, Apatite, Apophyllite, Aragonite, Atacamite, Aurichalcite, Autunite, Azurite, Barite, Bertrandite, Beryl, Biotite, Bixbyite, Bornite, Brochantite, Calcite, Cassiterite, Celestite, Cerargyrite, Cerussite, Chalazite, Chalcedony, Chalcopyrite, Chert, Chrysocolla, Clintonite, Conichalcite, Corundum, Cuprite, Diopside, Dolomite, Durangite, Enargite, Epidote, Feldspar, Fluorite, Fossil, Galena, Garnet, Geodes, Goethite, Gold, Grossular, Hematite, Hemimorphite, Heulandite, Hornblende, Ilmenite, Jasper, Kaolinite, Kyanite, Laumontite, Limonite, Ludwigite, Magnetite, Malachite, Manganite, Mimetite, Monazite, Muscovite, Nodules, Obsidian, Onyx, Opal, Orthoclase, Petrified wood, Psilomelane, Pyrite, Pyrolusite, Pyrrhotite, Quartz, Rhodochrosite, Rhodonite, Rosasite, Rutile, Sanidine, Scheelite, Scolecite, Selenite, Scorodite, Septarin nodules, Sericite, Serpentine, Siderite, Silver, Skarn, Smithsonite, Sphalerite, Sphene, Spinel, Staurolite, Stibiconite, Stibnite, Stilbite, Sunstone, Szalbelyite, Tetrahedrite, Titanite, Topaz, Tourmaline, Tremolite, Turquoise, Uraninite, Vesuvianite, Wavellite, Wollastonite, Wulfenite, Zoisite

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