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102Bacon, C. A., and Bottrill, R. S.1997Fossicking Areas in Tasmania: Mineral Resources Tasmania, Roxny Park, Tasmania, printed, March, 1997, reprinted, November, 1999, 35 p., maps
103Badia, D., and Frohlich, F.1975Identification de la calcedoine par son spectre infrarouge: C. R. hebdomadaires seznces Academe Science Serie D., v. 281, p. 85-88.
104Bagehorn, A.1991Kieselgele und deren Rekristallisation, am Beispeil eines Silcretes vom Jos Plateau in Zentralnigeria: Diplomarbeit Universitat Hamburg (Fachbereich Geowissenxchaften).
105Bagehorn, A.1992Fallung von Kieselgelen und deren Rekristallisation anhand von Silcretes des Jos-Plateau in Zentral-Nigeria [Precipitation of siliceous gels and their recrystallization studied from silcretes of the Jos Plateau, central Nigeria] [abstract]: in Kleimantwicklung und Palaoklimazonen in Afrika. (Hendriks, F., editor), Zentralblatt fur Geologie und Palaontologie, Teil 1: Algemeine, Angewandte, Regionale und Historische Geologie 1991, v. 11, p. 2746-2747. Meeting: Kolloquium/Afrikagruppe deutscher Geowissenschafter, June 28, 29, 1991, Hamburg.
106Bailey, E. H., Irwin, W. P., and Jones, D. L.1967?Franciscan and related rocks and their significance in the geology of western California: California Department of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology, 177 p. complete?
107Bain, G. W.1926Diffusion in Agate Point vitrophyres: American Journal of Science, 5th Series, v. 11, p. 74-88.
108Baker, H..1968An Easier Way to Look at Iris Agate: Lapidary Journal v. 22, no. 8, p. 1069.
109Baker, J. W.1952Fire agate of California: Lapidary Journal, v. 6, no. 1, p. 26, 28, 30.
110Baker, L. Jr.1957Opal Doublets and How to Make Them: Lapidary Journal, v. 11, no. 2, p. 232, 234, 236, 238-240, 242.
111Baker, V. L.1965Nebraska - Wyoming Hunting Grounds: Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 2, p. 294-check out last page no.
112Baker, V. L.1974A rock trip through the agate country of Brazil and Argentina: Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 7, p. 1086-1092.
113Balestra, E.1973The trip we never dreamed we would take: Lapidary Journal, v. 27, no. 6, p. 992-997.FT, general
114Balestra, E.1978Through '77 with a Washington rockhound: Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 10, p. 2238-2248.
115Balestra, E.1979Treasures are waiting to be found: Lapidary Journal, v. 33, no. 5, p.1074-1080, 1090-1100. Lakers, Mary Ellen jasper.
116Ball, D.1975Agate Creek (at last): The Australian Lapidary Magazine, v. 13, no. 1, p. 3-8.
117Ball, R. A.1974Discussion on Agate: The Australian Gemologist, v. 12, no. 2, p. 55.
118Ball, R. A.1974Liesegang Rings: The Australian Gemologist, v. 12, no. 3, p. 89-91.
119Ball, R. A.1978A note on the Structure of Fire Agate: The Australian Gemologist, v. 13, no. 7, p. 210-211.
120Ball, R. A.1979An Unusual Agate: The Australian Gemologist. v. 13, no. 2, p. 390.
121Ball, R. A., and Burns, R. L.1975Agate. Part I: a review---genesis and structure: The Australian Gemologist, v. 12, no. 5, p.143-150.
122Ball, S. H., editor1950A Roman Book on Precious Stones, Including an English Modernization of the 37th booke of the Historie of the World by E. Plinius Secundus: Gemological Institute of America, Lorrin L. Morrison, Los Angeles, California, 338 p.
123Bambauer, H. U.1961Spurenelementgehalte und -Farbzentren in Quarzen auf Zeerkluften der Schweizer Alpen: Schweig Mineral. Petrogr. Mitt., v. 41, p. 335-369.
124Bancroft, P., and Kertesz, L.1979Australia's Agate Creek: Lapidary Journal,v. 33, no. 7, p. 1528-1538. Color pix.
125Band, I.1924Die nutzbaren Mineralien, Gesteine und Erden Bayerns, Frankenwald, Fichtelgebirge und Dayerischer Wald. Herausgegangen vom Bayer. Oberbergamt, Geologische Landesuntersuchung, Munchen (R. Oldenbourg and Piloty & Loele), iv + 212 pp.
126Banion, E. L.1965Gems of the Navajo Country, U. S. A.: Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 1, p. 109-113.
127Banion, E. L.1965Indian Country, U. S. A.: Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 9, p. 1072-1073. Chuska Mts., Washington Pass, NM
128Banion, E. L.1965Lake Superior Agates in Kansas: Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 3, p. 408-415.
129Banion, E. L.1968Pseudomorphic minerals and the lapidary: Lapidary Journal, v. 22, no. 6, p. 802-806.
130Banion, E. L.1971The Glaciers and Lake Superior Agates in Kansas: Lapidary Journal, v. 25, no. 1, p. 112-127, 148-152. color illustrations
131Banion, E. L.1977Pseudomorphic minerals and the lapidary: Lapidary Journal, v. 30, no. 10, p. 2434-2438. Originally printed in 1968, above.
132Bank, H.1970Zur Geologie von Rio Grande do Sul/Brasilien und seiner Amethyst-und Achatvorkommen: Abhandlungen. hess. L.-Amt Bodenforsch, v. 56, p. 214-227.
133Bank, H., Henn, U., and Milisenda, C. C.1997Edelsteine aus Athiopien: In Gemmologie Aktuell. Zeitschrift Deutsches Gemmologische Gesselschaft, v. 46, p. 4-5. (not seen)
134Banks, A. C.1959Coral and jasper at Kathleen, Florida: Gems and Minerals. no. 257, p. 31.
135Banks, M. R., Green, D. H., McDougall, I., Eggins, S. F., Hergt, J., Seitz, M., and Stephens, S.19xxBasalts Comagmatic with the Jurassic Dolerite, Southern Tasmania. xxxxxSource of Publication of Paper not known. The copy at hand appears to be a bootleg of a draft as a running title but journal title appears.xxxxx
136Baranov, P. N., Kutsevol, M. L., and Kamkov, E. B.1995Nineralogiya agatov ul'traosnvnkyh porod srednegd Pobuzh'ya [Mineralogy of agates from ultramafic rocks of the middle Bug area]: Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal v. 17, no. 3, p. 74-78.
137Baras, Z., Togooch, M., Batjargal, T., Sengee, D., and Baasanjav, Kh.1989(Editors) Mongolian Geology: State Publishing House, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 173 p.
138Barb, C. F.1958aSome Colorado gem trails, Part One: The Mineralogist, v. 26, no. 6-8, p. 147-151.
139Barb, C. F.1958bSome Colorado gem trails, Part 2: The Mineralogist, v. 26, no. 9, p. 198-201.
140Barbour, E. H.1898The Barites of Nebraska and the Bad Lands. Chalcedony Nuts from the Bad Lands. Discovery of Meteoric Iron in Nebraska: Proceedings and Collections of the Nebraska State Historical Society, Second Series, Volume II, no. 51,1898.
141Barbour, E. H.1915Nebraska minerals which excite common inquiry: Nebraska Geological Survey, volume 4, pp. 255-276.
142Barbour, J.1964Black opal at San Juan del Rio: Gems and Minerals, no. 325, p. 26-27.
143Barbour, T. R.1965A description of Honduras Opal with some cutting tips: Lapidary Journal, v.19, no. 1, p. 66-71.
144Barbour, T. R., and Barbour, J.1964Queretaro--Gem Cutting Center of Mexico: Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 10, p. 992-994, 1008,1009.
145Barbour, T. R., and Barbour, J.1964aA Rockhound's Word on Guatemala: Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 1, p. 82-85.
146Barbour, T. R., and Barbour, J.1964bCountry of Opals---Honduras. Part I: Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 8, p. 948-955.
147Barbour, T. R., and Barbour, J.1965aCountry of Opals--Honduras, part 3: Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no.10, p. 1158-1163.
148Barbour, T. R., and Barbour, J.1965bCountry of Opals--Honduras, part 4: Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 11, p. 1236-1242.
149Barbour, T. R., and Barbour, J.1965cCountry of Opals--Honduras, part 5: Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 12, p. 1320-13xx
150Barbour, T. R., and Barbour, J.1965dCountry of Opals--Honduras, part 6: Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 1, p. 46-60.
151Barkley, H. P.1963Kansas: in fossil department. Rocks and Minerals, v. 38, no. 1,2, p. 63. Arkansas R., Hutchinson, Reon Co.
152Barksdale, J. D.1939Silicified wood in dolomite: American Mineralogist, v. 24, no. xx, p. 699-704.
153Barlow, D? or C?. H.1947aA few disconnected observations upon matters geological by an amateur, in Egypt: Rocks and Minerals, v. 22, no. 8, p. 703-709. Petrified wood, agate, Edfu Area
154Barlow, D? or C?. H.1947bAgate occurrence in Egypt: Rocks and Minerals, v. 22, no. 9, p. 829. Abu Hamad, Karnak, Midinet Habu, Fayum, El Marg.
155Barlow, D? or C?. H.1955Egyptian spheres, forms, and agate pebbles: Rocks and Minerals, v. 30, no. 3, 4, p. 124-126.
156Barnes, L. C. and I. J. Townsend1982Opal: South Australia's Gemstone: Geological Survey of South Australia. 157 p.
157Barnett, P.1955Death Valley Sagenite: Earth Science Digest, v. 7, no. 8, p. 13-15. Sagenite Canyon, Owl Hole, Wingate Pass, Wingate Wash, Owl Head Spring, California. Death Valley area.
158Barnett, P.1955A trip to Lead Pipe Springs: Earth Science Digest, v. 8, no. 1, p. 10-12. Calif., fugitive color.
159Barnett, P.1956Petrified wood (and Uranium) in the West: Earth Science, v. 9, no. 4, p. 13-16. Nevada, Utah
160Barron, E. M.1958The Gem Minerals of Mexico: Lapidary Journal, v. 12, no. 1, p. 4, 6, 8, 12, 14, 16.
161Barsanov, G. P., and Jokoleva, M. E.1984Die Mineralogie der Halbedelsteinarten der mikrokristallinen Kieselsaure: Izd. Nauka (Russian), Moskva.
162Barth, T. F. W.1962Theoretical petrology, 2nd edition: John Wiley & Sons, New York, London, Sydney, 416 p.
163Barth-Wirsching, U., Ehn, R., Holler, H., Klammer, D., and Sitte, W.1990Studies on hydrothermal alteration by acid solutions dominated by SO42-; Formation of the alteration products of the Gleicenberg Latitic Rock (Styria, Austria)--- experimental evidence: Mineralogy and Petrology, v. 41, p. 81-103.
164Bartoli, L., and Maser, E. A.1952Il museo delle pietre dure di Firenze: Florence, 78 p.
165Bartonek, F. A.1974Missouri's Mozarkite: Rock and Gem, v. 4, no.1, p.76-78.
166Bartnik, D.1989Die Achatvorkommen in Nordwestsachsen: Fundgrube, v. 25, p. 43-53.
167Bartnik, D.1992Achat in Nordwestsachsen - ihre Formen, Farben und Fundstellen: Lapis, v. 17, October, 1992, p. 10, 30-35.
168Bass, C., and Bass, M.1955Plant life of the past: Earth Science, v. 8, no. 4, p. 7-9. general, agatized seeds.
169Bass, M.1957"Pseudomorph": Earth Science, v. 10, no. 6, p. 14-15. pet wood.
170Bassler, R. S.1908The formation of geodes with remarks on the silicification of fossils: U. S. National Museum Proceedings, v. 35, p. 133-154.
171Bastin, E. S.1933Relations of cherts to stylolites at Carthage, Missouri: Journal of Geology, v. 41, p. 371-381.
172Bateman, E. S.1946A rockhound hunts agates at Oregon beaches: The Mineralogist. v. 14, no. 8, p. 507-513.
173Bateman, E. S.1947A rockhound in the petrified forests: The Mineralogist. v. 15, p. 395-401, 426, 428, 430.
174Bateman, E. S.1948Tour of Pacific Northwest: The Mineralogist, v. 16, no. 5, p. 227-262. Montana Agates, origins, field trips.
175Bateman, E. S.1949The famous petrified wood Russell forests of Washington: Rocks and Minerals. v. 24, no.1,2, p.18-23. Saddle Mountain
176Bates, A. C.1895Quartz and its varieties, Part 6: The Mineral Collector, v. 2, no. 9, p. 132.
177Bates, A. C.1896Concerning Quartz, Part 4: The Mineral Collector, v. 3, no. 7, p. 97-99.
178Bates, A. C.1903Mineralogy: Quartz, Cairngorm, Dendritic Agate: American Inventor, February 1, 1903, p. 95.
179Bates, A. C.1903The Agate - Its Occurrence and History, Part 1: American Inventor, December, 1903, p. 55.
180Bates, A. C.1904aThe Agate - Its Occurrence and History, Part 2: American Inventor, January, 1904, p. 10.
181Bates, A. C.1904bNature's photograph in agate: The American Inventor. p. 273.
182Bates, A. C.1905aMoss agate in the Black Hills: The American Inventor. p. 39.
183Bates, A. C.1905bWater Agates. Transparent Stones with Water inside Them Found on the Pacific Coast: American Inventor, December, 1905, p. 179.
184Bates, R. L., and Jackson, J. A.1987Glossary of Geology, 3rd Edition: American Geological Institute, Alexandria, Virginia, xx p. xxxxx
185Bauer, M.1896Precious Stones: A popular account of their characters, occurrence, and applications, with an introduction to their determination, for mineralogists, lapidaries, jewelers, etc. Translated by Spencer, L. J., 1904. Reprinted by Charles E. Tuttle Company: Publishers, Rutland, Vermont & Tokyo, Japan, 647 p.
186Bauer, M.1904Precious Stones: Edited reprint (1968) by Dover Publications.
187Bauer, M., and Schlossmacher, K.1932Edelsteinkunde: 3. Aufl., Leipzig.
188Baumann, H.1967Einfluss von Aluminum und Eisen auf Reaktionen der Kieselsaure und der Quarzo-berflache: Fortschritte Staublungenforsch, v. 2, p. 51-60. Verlag der Niederheinischen Druckerei Bmbh, Dinslaken.
189Baumer, J. W.1774Naturgeschichte aller Edelsteine; wie auch der Erden und Steine, so bisher zur Arzney sind gebraucht worden: Aus dem Lateinschen ubersetzt von Karl Freyherm und Reichsrittern von Medingle, Vienna. (not seen).
190Baumgartel, R., Quellmalz, W., and Schneider, H.1988Schmuck- und Edelsteine: Deutsches Verlaag Grundstoffind., Leipzig. (Pagination not known)
191Baur, W. H.1980Straight Si-O-Si bridging bonds do exist in silicates and silicon dioxide polymorphs: Acta Crystallographica, Sec. B, v. 36, p. 2198-2202.
192Baxter, H., and Baxter, S.1979Suwannee River Coral: Gems and Minerals. no. 497, p. 14, 15, 24. (Florida, FT)
193Beard, R.1993Pennsylvanian Agates: Rock and Gem, v. 23, no. 11, p. 46, 47, 49-51.
194Bearce, N. R.1999Minerals of Arizona; a field guide for collectors: Geoscience Press, Tucson, Arizona, 187 p.
195Beasley, A. W.1969Some Geological Curiosities: Australian Lapidary Magazine v. 5, no. 11, p. 7.
196Beason, E. M.1967Petrified wood in eastern Colorado: Gems and Minerals, no. 359, p. 26. CO, FT
197Bechdel, G., and Bechdel, M.1977Gems and minerals found in the Bible: Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 9, p. 1906-1907.
198Beck, G. F.1934Tertiary Flora of Central Washington: Northwest Science, v. 8, no. 3, p. 3
199Beck, G. F.1936aWood occurring in the Gingkho and associated Petrified Forests: The Mineralogist. v. 4, no. 12, p. 7-8.
200Beck, G. F.1936bGrinding thin sections for determining petrified woods: The Mineralogist. v. 4, no. 12, p. 29-32.
201Beck, G. F.1937aDetermination of fossil woods. Part II, the Oaks: The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 2, p. 9-10.
202Beck, G. F.1937bDetermination of fossil woods. Part III, the elms: The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 3, p. 7-8.
203Beck, G. F.1937cDetermination of fossil woods. Part IV. Walnut - Hickory - Persimmon: The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 4, p. 7-8.
204Beck, G. F.1937dDetermination of fossil woods. Part V. Beech - Sycamore - Alder: The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 6, p. 7-8
205Beck, G. F.1937eDetermination of fossil wood. Part of a Series: The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 10, p. 7-8.
206Beck, G. F.1938Washington petrified forests. Gingko exotic forest: The Mineralogist. v. 6, no. 1?,7?, p. 3, 4, 29-30.
207Beck, G. F.1945Ancient forest trees in the sagebrush area in Central Washington: Journal of Forestry. v. 43, no.5, p. 334-338.
208Beck, H. H.1934The Minerals of Lancaster County: Publication of the Linnean Society of Lancaster County, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 2nd Edition. p. 3.
209Beck, R. L.1976Searching for mineral bargains: Lapidary Journal, 30, no. 3, p. 836-840. Finger agate, Botswana.
210Beck, W.1996Der Korallenachat von Halsbach bei Freiberg/Sachsen: Lapis, 6, 1996, p. 44-47
211Beck, W., and Thonfeld, G.1999Achat, Karneol und Jaspis aus dem Pechstein von Ebersbach in Sachsen: Lapis, 1, 1999, p. 35-38.
212Becker, V.1977Scottish Jewellery: Retail Jeweler, November 24. pp. 16-17.
213Beckmann, K.1974Mule team replicas from petrified wood: Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 7, p. 1156-1161.
214Beckwith, J. A.1972(reprinted 1974), Gem minerals of Idaho: Caxton Printers, Limited. Caldwell, Idaho. 129 pp.
215Beer, M.1987Mineralogicke pomery na lokalite Bezdecin v letech, 1982-1985 [Bezdecin mineral deposits in 1982-1985]: Pamatky a Priroda, v. 12, no. 7, p. 428-430/
216Beetz., W.1923Uber den Ursprung der Achatgerolle und der Gerolle anderer Quartzmineralien in den Diamantseifen and der Kuste Sudwestafrikas: Neues Jahrbuch Mineralogie, Geologie, und Palaeontologie. Beil., Bund. Abt. A, v. 47, p. 347-380.
217Beeunas, M. A., and Knauth, L. P.1985Preserved stable isotopic signature of subaerial diagenesis in the 1.2-b.y. Mescal Limestone, central Arizona: Implications for the timing and development of a terrestrial plant cover: Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, v. 96, p. 737-745.
218Behan, C.1985Origin of agates in volcanic rocks from Scotland: Nature, (London), no. 313, p. 672-674.
219Bell, A.1961aRockhounding in the Prince George area: Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 3, p. 340-341. British Columbia, Field Trip
220Bell, A.1961bThe Omineca Agate Story: Canadian Rockhound. v. 5, no. 2, p. 2-4. Reprinted in Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 3, p. 340-341.
221Bell, G. L.1972The petrified forests of North Dakota: Earth Science. v. 25, no. 1, p. 11-16.
222Bell, O. J.1939A visit to Stone Canyon: The Mineralogist. v. 7, no. 8, p. 299-300, 308. CA, FT
223Bell, O. J.1945The radiolarian cherts of the Franciscan Group: The Mineralogist. v. 13, no. 2, p. 43-46.
224Bell, O. J.1947Genesis of the thunder egg: The Mineralogist v. 15, no. 11, p. 563-568.
225Benham, N. R.1976For opal cabochons, special shaping is advisable: Lapidary Journal, v. 30, no. 6, p. 392
226Benn, J. H.1955The mineralogy of fossils: Rocks and Minerals, v. 30, no. 12, p. 3-20. inclusions, structures \
227Bennett, C.1953Pictures in stone: Rocks and Minerals, v. 28, no. 7,8, p. 355. Egyptian jasper, Barlow collection.
228Bennett, C. J.1952Butterflies in Gemstone. (Cover Story): Lapidary Journal, v. 6, no. 2, p. 116.
229Bennett, J.1948Simple Jewelry Mountings for Small Slabs: Lapidary Journal, v. 2, no. 1, p. 8, 9. Nipomo, Tampa Bay
230Benson, W. N.1913aThe Geology and Petrology of the Great Serpentine Belt of New South Wales, part ii. The Geology of the Nundle District: Proceedings of the Linnaean Society of New South Wales, xxxviii, 1913, p. 569 - 596.
231Benson, W. N.1913bThe Geology and Petrology of the Great Serpentine Belt of New South Wales, part iii. Petrography: Proceedings of the Linnaean Society of New South Wales, xxxviii, 1913, p. 662 - 724.
232Berger, B. R., and Bethke, P. M., (editors)1985Geology and geochemistry of epithermal systems: Society of Economic Geologists, El Paso, Texas, 298 p.
233Berger, S. A.1965Black petrified wood can be bleached: Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 11, p. 1246.
234Berk, M.1988From the Deep: Lapidary Journal, v. 42, no. 4, p. 50-52. Agatized Coral, Withlacoochee River Agate/Coral.
235Berkholz, M. F.1953Jewel Box of Imperial County, California: Lapidary Journal, v. 7, no. 1, p. 4-6, 8, 10. Coon Hollow Camp, Hauser Bed, Joel Hauser, Lost Claim Agate Field.
236Berkholz, M. F.1956aNewbury Nodules: Gems and Minerals no. 226, p. 17-19.
237Berkholz, M. F.1956bWiley Well, Collector's Paradise: Gems and Minerals no. 231, p. 16-22.
238Berkholz, M. F.1957aJeep Trail in the Cadys: Gems and Minerals no. 232, p. 18-20.
239Berkholz, M. F.1957bKern County's Rainbow Ridge: Gems and Minerals no. 236, p. 18-20.
240Berkholz, M. F.1957cThe Ser'Kerigan Gem Beds: Gems and Minerals, no. 237, p. 42, 44, 78.
241Berkholz, M. F.1957dThe Southern Cady Mountains, California: Gems and Minerals. no. 243, p. 32-40.
242Berkholz, M. F.1957eOregon Beaches: Gems and Minerals, no. 238, p. 24-25.
243Berkholz, M. F.1958aCollecting at Panoche Pass: Gems and Minerals, v. 246, p. 26-28.
244Berkholz, M. F.1958bSagenite in Odessa Canyon: Gems and Minerals, no. 247, p. 24-26.
245Berkholz, M. F.1958cJasper at Figueroa Mountain: Gems and Minerals, no. 254, p. 36-38.
246Berkholz, M. F.1958dTreasure map of the great Mojave Desert: Gems and Minerals. 26 maps on one sheet.
247Berkholz, M. F.1960Anderson Lake Gem Fields: Gems and Minerals, no. 274, p. 33.
248Berkholz, M. F.1962aGolden Valley Flower Agate: Desert Magazine, v. 25, no. 12, p. 8, 9
249Berkholz, M. F.1962bMap
250Berkholz, M. F.1971Book
251Bernauer, F.1924Die Kolloidchemie als Hilfswis-senschaftder Mineralogie und Lagerstattenlehre und ihre Anwendung auf die metasomatischen Blei-Zink-Lagerstatten: Berlin. (Not seen).
252Bernhaur, F.1927Uber Zickzackbanderung (Runzelbanderung) und verwandte Polarisationserscheinungen an Kristallen und Kristallaggregaten: Neues Jahrbuch Mineralogie Geologie und Palaeontologie. Beil. Bund. Abt A, v. 55, p. 92-143
253Bernewitz, M. W.1933Precious and semiprecious stones (gem minerals): U. S. Bureau of Mines Yearbook, 1932. p. 799-807.
254Berry, D.1970Here, There, and Everywhere: Australian Lapidary Magazine, December, p. 3-9.
255Berry, P. A.1951My 1951 western trip: Rocks and Minerals, v. 26, no. 11,12, p. 579-586.
256Berta, Z., and Berta,D.1980"Opals can affect you that way": Lapidary Journal, v. 33, no. 11, p. 2356-2362. Australia
257Betterman, P., and Lein, R.1976Geochemische Untersuchungen zur Feuersteinbildung im Santon/Campan der Lagerdorfer Schreibkreide (SW-Holstein): Neues Jahrbuch Mineralogische Abhandlungen, no. 127, p. 156-173.
258Betz, J.1994Agate-bagging in Oregon; the specimens are nice, the scenery even better: Rock and Gem, v. 24, no. 8, p. 20-22, 78.
259Beuge, P.1966Der "Karallenachat" von Halsbach bei Freiberg (Sachsen): Fundgrube, v. 2, p. 57-61.
260Bhatnagar, S. S., and Mathur, K. K.1922Studien uber Bandstrukturen. Die Synthese gebanderter Steine: Kolloid-Zeitschrift?, v. 30, p. 368-371.
261Bhatnagar, S. S., Prasad, M., and Ohri, D. D.1925Der "Bhatnagar-Mathur-Effekt" des Wassers auf beson-ders getrocknete und gepresste Kieselsauregele, Teil I: Kolloid Zeitschrift, v. 37, p. 97-101.
262Bick, R. F.1995North Dakota rocks and minerals: North Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, v. 22, no. 2, p. 6-12.
263Biddle, R., and I.1955Rockhound's Bonanza: Colorado Wonderland Magazine, v. 6, no. 1, February, 1955, p. 28. Agate Plateau, Specimen Mountain.
264Bien, G. S., Contois, D. E., and Thomas, W. H.1959The removal of soluble silica from fresh water entering the sea: Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Special Publication no. 7, p. 20-35.
265Biffle, A.1950The Battle of the Agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 4, no. 4, p. 304-305.
266Bingham, W. and Perry, H. T.1951Vacation Rockhounding in Minnesota: Lapidary Journal, v. 5, no. 1, p. 32, 34, 36, 38. Lakers, etc.
267Bird, M.1965A note on sanding petrified wood: Gems and Minerals, no. 335, p. 40.
268Bird, M. A.1967Preserving a fractured slab: Lapidary Journal, v. 21, no. 8, p. 1070.
269Birdsall, L.1989Oregon Roads: Lapidary Journal, v. 43, no. 1, p. 66, 67, 176-178. Field trips.
270Birdsall, M.1978Coober Pedy: Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 8, p. 1800-1809. Mining
271Birdsall, M.1981Richardson's Rockhound Ranch (Officially Richardson's Recreational Ranch): Lapidary Journal, v. 35, no. 6, p. 1246-1256.
272Birdsall, M.1982Cedar Creek "Eggs" on Tamobrine Mountain: Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 3, p. 524-530. Australia.
273Birdwell, (Birdsall?), L. C.1959Outstanding agates of Oregon: Earth Science, v. 12, no. 4, p. 138-139. Carey flame or plume, Eagle Rock area near Prineville, White Plume Agate, Warm Springs Reservoir, near Juntura, Angel Wing, Central Oregon, Yachats
274Birks, L. S., and Schulman, J. H.1950The effect of various impurities on the crystallization of amorphous silicic acid: American Mineralogist, v. 35, nos. 11, 12, p. 1035-1038.
275Bishop, T. E.1981An "invisible"angel showed us: Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 11, p. 2386-2391. Picture Agate
276Bitner, F. H.1957Arizona rock trails: Bitner's, Scottsdale, Arizona. 20 maps in folder.
277Bixby, M. A.1894Precious and ornamental stones (of Utah): The Mineral Collector. v. 1, no. 1, p. 8-10
278Bixby, M. A.1916A catalogue of Utah minerals and localities., 4th Edition: Salt Lake City, Utah, p. 5, 18
279Blair, G., Sr.1968"The one who remembered": Lapidary Journal, v. 21, no. 12, p. 1446-1449. Bruneau Jasper, Idaho
280Blair, G., Sr.1969"The Burning Rock": Lapidary Journal,. v. 23, no. 8, p. 1080, 1081, 1086.
281Blair, G., Sr.1970Burro Creek Agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 24, no. 8, p. 1090-1095.
282Blair, G., Sr.1974Arizona's Forest without Trees: Rock & Gem, v. 7, no. 8, p. 16-20
283Blair, G., Sr.1980aMohave jasper revisited: Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 1, p. 220-223. CA
284Blair, G., Sr.1980bMemories of Mexico, Part I: Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 9, p. 1906-1914.
285Blair, G., Sr.1981aMemories of Mexico Part II: Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 10, p. 2106-2112, 2157-2157. Laguna
286Blair, G., Sr.1981bMemories of Mexico, Part III: Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 11, p. 2330-2342
287Blair, G., Sr.1981cExpert advice on polishing wood: Lapidary Journal, v. 35, no.2, p. 580-585. lapidary
288Blair, G., Sr.1981dPetrified Forest National Park: Lapidary Journal, v. 35, no. 9, p. 1810-1820, 1836-1839 color pix
289Blair, J. M.1936Agate: Rocks and Minerals. v. 11, no. 9, p. 160-164
290Blake, W. J.1968Rockhound's paradise in Harney County: Rocks and Minerals, v. 43, no. 2, p. 94-95. Oregon, Stinking Water Plume
291Blakemore, K.1967The Last Mill on the Idarbach: Journal of Gemmology v. 10, p. 253-257.
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293Blakemore, K.1977Potatoes from the Mendips: Gem Craft, v. 4, no. 5, p. 285-286.
294Blanchard, L. J.1950The Horse Canyon (California) agate area: Lapidary Journal, v. 4, no. 1, p. 4-8.
295Blankenburg, H. J.1981Zur Paragenese in Vulkanitachatmandeln bzw. Kugeln: Freiberger Forschritte.-H., reihe C, v. 364, p. 97-101.
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298Blankenburg, H. J. and Lottner, S.1991Achate aus einem temporaren Ignimbritausschluss aus Chemnitz ; Aufschluss, v. 42, p. 275-282.
299Blankenburg, H. J. Pilot, J., and Werner, C. D.1982Erste Ergebnisse der Sauerstoffisotopenun-tersuchungen an Vulkanitachaten und ihre genitische Interpretation: Chemie der Erde, v. 41, p. 213-217
300Blankenburg, H. J. and Schron, W.1982Zum Spurenelement-chemismus der Vulkanitachate: Chemie der Erde, v. 41, p. 121-135.
301Blankenburg, H. J. Schron, W., Starke, R., and Klemm, W.1983Beziehungen zwischen Achat, Jaspis, und der Gesteinsmatrix in sauren Vulkaniten: Chemie der Erde, v. 42, p. 157-172.
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306Blazek, M.1973A quiet family vacation turned to an exciting rockhunting trip: Lapidary Journal, v. 26, no. ll, p. 1648-1653. FT, gen
307Blazek, M.1973Unusual property noted in precious opal: Lapidary Journal, v. 27, no. 9, p. 1466-1467. phosphoresence, this paper bears a stunning resemblance to an old paper published in about 1929 in Rocks & Minerals---check out, rkp
308Blazek, M. C.1976How to Prepare Cabinet Specimens of Fortification Agates: Gems and Minerals. February, no. 460, p. 77. Plagiary. See Pabian, 1971.
309Blodgett, M. M.1976Lucky Mascot of the Yellowstone: Lapidary Journal, v. 29, no. 12, p. 2306-2313. Montana Agates
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311Boak, C. C.1934Largest petrified tree in world found in Nevada by mineral collector: Oregon Mineralogist, v. 2, no. 6, p. 22-23.
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317Boellstorff, J.1955aNebraska, in world news on mineral occurrences: Rocks and Minerals, v. 30, no. 5,6, p. 259. Lakers
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321Boethling, R.1963Skin diving for agates, in chips from the quarry: Rocks and Minerals, v. 38, no. 7,8, p. 338 Minnesota
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325Boileau, F.1947Bloodstone or heliotrope - March birthstone: Rocks and Minerals, v. 22, no. 4, p. 310 India, OR, GA
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327Bolander, L. P., Jr.1945Peculiar fractures in Berkeley Agates: The Mineralogist, v. 13, no. 8, p. 310-312.
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331Bose, P. N.1908-1909Notes on the Geology and Mineral Resources of the Rajpipla State: Records of the Geological Survey of India, v 37, pt. 2, p. 176-182. Carnelian
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340Bradbury, F.1981A green opal field trip: Gems and Minerals, no. 527, p. 106-107.
341Bradbury, R.1971Untitled letter to June Culp Zeitner concerning stalactitic chalcedony discovered on field trip to Conklin Quarry by North Shore Rock and Mineral Club, Limerock, Rhode Island: Lapidary Journal, v. 25, no. 5, p. 769
342Bradshaw, R.1968Bristol Diamonds: Proceedings Bristol Natural Society (U.K.), v. 31, p. 439-450. Potato Stones.
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348Brauer, O. L.1963New California Agate Beds Found: Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 2, p. 306-311 Anderson Dam Agate
349Brauer, O. L.1964The Castle Dome Fire Agate Field: Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 4, p. 460-462
350Braun, R.1958Gem collecting in Montana: Rocks and Minerals, v. 33, no. 1,2, p. 12-14. Tom Miner Basin wood
351Brauns, R.1906Uber Eisenkiesel von Warstein I. W: Neues Jahrbuch Mineralogie Geologie Palaentologoei. Beil. Bund, v. 21, p. 447-467
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355Breiter, K. and Pasava, J.1984Agates from Horni Halze, Czechoslovakia: Lapidary Journal, v. 37, no. 11, p. 1556-1557
356Breiter, K. and Pasava, J.1986Bohemian Quartz: Lapidary Journal, v. 39, no. 11, p. 54-55 Quartz with agate structures.
357Breiter, K. and Pasava, J.1989Za Achaty Horni Halze [Horni Halze agates] [abstract]: Lide a Zemle, v. 38, no. 3, p. 144.
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360Breitweiser, W. R.1958A new Wyoming agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 12, no. 1, p. 110-112 Original description, Dryhead Agate
361Breitweiser, W. R.1959Dryhead Agate - Prize of the Fortifications: Rocks and Minerals. v. 34, no 5,6, p. 206-209
362Brenner, P.1969Fossil & mineral collecting in northwest Iowa: Rocks and Minerals, v. 44, no. 1, p. 12-17
363Bretz, J. H.1940Solution cavities in the Joliet Limestone of northeastern Illinois: Journal of Geology, v. 48, p. 337-384
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365Breu, O.1975Secrets Revealed Lapidary Journal,. v. 28, no. 12, p. 1934-1935 Tampa Bay coral
366Brewink, J. L.1971Projects in silver and agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 25, no. 3, p. 456-458 Transparencies from slabs.
367Brewster, Sir David1806Ferguson's lectures on select subjects in mechanics, hydrostatics, hydraulica, pneumatics, optics, geography, astronomy, and dialing. With notes and an appendix adapted to the present state of the arts and Sciences by David Brewster: Edinburgh, Bell & Bradfute [etc.], 1806.
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370Broadhead, G. C.1883Flint chips: Kansas City Review of Science and Industry. no?. 7, p. 599-602
371Broadsmith, V.1968An Australian rock collector visits White Cliffs: Gems and Minerals, no. 373, p. 34, 35 Australia, FT
372Brockett, B. O.1973Rocks, gems, and minerals of Michigan's Iron Country: Lapidary Journal, v. 27, no. 4, p. 640-648.
373Brockett, B. O.1976Minnesotta's Lake Superior Agates: Lapidary Journal, v. 30, no. 1, p. 174-180
374Brockett, R.1974The Moscow opal mines 1890 to 1893 (the first commercial opal mines in the United States). Rangeley, Colorado. Privately published, 63 p.
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378Brogan, P.1940New find - Oregon agates of the high desert: The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 1, p. 14.Chico Sea Terraces conglomerate
379Brogan, P.1968Giant 3,500 Lb. Thunderegg to be mounted at state capital: Lapidary Journal, v. 22, no. 2, p. 37 Oregon State Rock Story. In 1979, the thunder egg was still not in front of the Oregon State Capital, RKP.
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381Brongniart, A.no dateSilex: Dictionnaire des Sciences Naturelles 49, p.128.
382Brookstone, E.1978The perils of a rockhound: Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 7, p. 1586-1587 Withlacoochee Agatized Coral, GA
383Brookstone, E.1979Perils of a rockhound---revisited: Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 10, p. 2276, 2277 Withlacoochie Agatized Coral, georgia
384Broughton, P. L.1972aIowa's Kaser Quarry: Gems and Minerals, July, no. 418, p. 30-31.
385Broughton, P. L.1972bPrecious opal mining in the Snake River Plain rhyolites, Idaho: Journal of Gemmology. v. 13, p. 100 -104
386Broughton, P. L.1974aChicken-Track Picture Rock: Earth Science, v. 27, no. 6, p. 327-331.
387Broughton, P. L.1974bThunder Eggs at Central Oregon's Lucky Strike Mine: Gems and Minerals. July, no. 441, p. 20, 21
388Broughton, P. L.1974cA recent discovery of blue opal in western Idaho: Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 7, p. 1102-1106 Marcasite Plume Agate.
389Broughton, P. L.1974dCarnelian in Western Oregon: Rock & Gem, v. 4, no. 5, p. 68-73 Field Trip, Fee Areas.
390Broughton, P. L.1974eAgate collecting down the Sucker Creek Canyon of eastern Oregon: Rocks and Minerals, v. 49, no. 3, p. 151-156
391Broughton, P. L.1974fSojourn along the shores of the dead sea: Rocks and Minerals, v. 49, no. 6, p. 421-424
392Broughton, P. L.1975aRobin's Buchanan Thunder Eggs: a new Oregon Mining Venture: Rocks and Minerals. v. 50, no. 2, p. 75-79
393Broughton, P. L.1975bJamieson Bog - a Unique Agate from Eastern Oregon: Rocks and Minerals, v. 50, no. 1, p. 3-7
394Broughton, P. L.1975cCollecting in British Columbia, in pursuit of ferrierite: Rocks and Minerals, v. 50, no. 5, p. 289-299
395Broughton, P. L.1975dCollecting in British Columbia, agatized rootcasts from the Vermillion Bluffs: Rocks and Minerals, v. 50, no. 6, p. 355-363.
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403Brown, H. P., and Panshin, A. J.1941Commercial timbers of the United States, McGraw Hill Book Company, New York. 554 p.
404Brown, J. W.1967A Huge Tube Agate is Found in Idaho: Lapidary Journal, v. 21, no. 6, p. 817-819 Arco, Idaho area.
405Brown, J. W.1974Wandering the fabulous Owyhees: Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 6, p. 952-956. Oregon
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411Browning, C. L.1961Oregon's Agate Beaches: Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 1, p. 96-97
412Browning, C. L.1961"Agate Varieties of the Pacific Northwest": Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 2, p. 236-240
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419Bruin, J. du, and R. de Bruin1964There Are Other Lands Where Rockhounding is Just Beginning---One Is South Africa: Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 1, p. 226-228
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438Burford, G.1940Coober Pedy Opal Fields in Central Australia: Hobbies, v. 44, no. 11, p. 107
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