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2909Sabina, A. P.1963Rocks and Minerals for the collector: Sudbury to Winnipeg: Geological Survey of Canada Paper 63-18, 69 p.
2910Sabina, A. P.1964aRocks and minerals for the collector: Bay of Fundy area: Geolgical Survey of Canada Paper 64-10, 96 p.
2911Sabina, A. P.1964bRock and mineral collecting in Canada, Volume 1, Yukon, Northwest Territories, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba: Geological Survey of Canada Miscelaneous Report 8, 147 p.
2912Sabina, A. P.1965aRock and Mineral Collecting in Canada, Volume II, Ontario and Quebec: Geological Survey of Canada, Miscellaneous Report 8, 252 p.
2913Sabina, A. P.1965b?Rock and Mineral collecting in Canada, Volume III, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland: Geological Survey of Canada Miscelaneous Report 8, 103 p.
2914Sachs, W. P.1940The story of the Great Notch Quarry: Rocks and Minerals, v. 15, no. 4, p. 111-115. New Jersey, field trip.
2915Sackett, E. L.1958The Kamloops forest: The Mineralogist, v. 26, no. 12,1, p. 304. Washington, field trip.
2916Sahni, M. R.1948Agates and other forms of chalcedonic silica: their origin, distribution and economic possibilities: Indian Minerals, v. 2, p. 244 - 258.
2917Saint-Smith, E. C., and Farquharson, R. A.1913Geology and Mineral Resources of the Yilgarn Gold-field. Part I, Southern Cross: Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Western Australia, 49.
2918Salinas, S. L.1923Catalogo sistematico de especies minerales de Mexico y sus aplicaciones industrials: Instituto Geologico de Mexico Boletim 40, 290 p.
2919Salonen, A. O.1972A visit to the petrified forest 55 years ago: Gems and Minerals, no. 421, p. 26-28.
2920Sams, I. K.1974Spring time magnetite, jadeite, plasma agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 28,no. 8, p. 1230-1234. California, Diablo Mountains, Coalinga Road, Clear Creek; Plasma Agate.
2921Sams, I. K.1977Variety Pack: Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 1, p. 62-75. Carnival Agate, p. 62, 66, 72; Cary (Gary?) Green Jasper, p. 64, 66 Chicken Track, Serena Green Agate, p. 72, Petrified Birch from Narrows, Oregon, p. 74.
2922Sanborn, E. D.1972aFossil forests of the Yellowstone, Part I: Gems and Minerals, no. 416, p. 30-33.
2923Sanborn, E. D.1972bFossil forests of the Yellowstone, Part II: Gems and Minerals, no. 417, p. 24, 25, 46, 47. Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park.
2924Sanborn, W. B.1951Groves of stone--fossil forests of the Yellowstone region: Pacific Discovery, v. 4, no. 3, p. 18-25.
2925Sanchez-Mejorada, Ing. Santiago Hernandez1960Carta Geologica de la Republica Mexicana: 1:1,000,000. Geological Survey of Mexico.
2926Sanders, J. V.1964Colour of precious opal: Nature, v. 204, p. 1151-1153.
2927Sanders, J. V.1968Diffraction of light by opals: Acta Crystallographica, Section A, v. 24, p. 427-434.
2928Sanders, J. V.1976Star opal from Idaho: Lapidary Journal, v. 29, no. 11, p. 1986-1992, 2008-2010.
2929Sanders, J. V., and R. W. Dietz1967Precious opal from California: Gems and Minerals, no. 360, p. 16-19.
2930Sanders, M. B.1961New Mexico's opal trail: Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 5, p. 544-549.
2931Sandino, R., Sandino J., and Sandino, J.1965Matched halves of petrified wood: Gems and Minerals, no. 340, p. 18-21.
2932Sanger, L.1951Agate belt buckle: Rocks and Minerals, v. 26, no. 11,12, p. 630-631. Craft project
2933Sanger, L.1953Cutting the freeform, in Sinkankas, J., the amateur lapidary: Rocks and Minerals, v. 28, no. 9,10, p. 493-494. Montana agate.
2934Sankey, J. R.1906Queensland Gems: Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland, xx, 1906, p. 61-73.
2935Sansoni, G. C.1980(Editor) Il Tesoro di Lorenzo il Magnifico: Repertorio delle gemmi e dei vasi. Sansoni Editore, Nuova S. P. A. - Firenze. Stabilimento Grafico Commerciale, Firenze, 302 p.
2936Santmyers, R. M.1931Quartz and silica, Part I: General Summary. U. S. Bureau of Mines Infor-mation Circular 6472, 15 p.
2937Sarofim, E.1969Origin of the name, Agate: Journal of Gemmology, v. 11, no. 6, p. 203. Reprinted in Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 9, p. 1326. (Not seen). This citation has also been observed as Journal of Gemmology, v. II, no. 6, p. 203.
2938Sarofim, E.1970Precious stones in the five books of Moses: Lapidary Journal, v. 23, no. 10, p. 1432-1434.
2939Sassen, R.1971Minerals of the New Jersey trap rocks: Lapidary Journal, v. 25, no. 6, 796-805, 816-818.
2940Sassen, R.1977Dyeing and heat-treating agate and other stones: Gems and Minerals, no. 477, p. 34-38.
2941Sasser, C. W.1978El Azucor: Lapidary's Holiday: Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 5, p. 1114-1117. Wood, Mexico, Sugar Lake.
2942Sasser, C. W.1985Rockhounding in Wild Horse Country: Lapidary Journal, v. 38, no. 4, p. 31-37. Stone Cabin Valley, Nevada.
2943Satterly, J.1944Mineral occurrences in the Haliburton area: Ontario Department of Mines, Annual Report, v. 52, no. 2, p. 1-106.
2944Savani, J.1995?Geologist Discovers Deep Structure of Agates Natural System Provides Example of Self-Assembly: In News from Princeton University Communications and Publications, Stanhope Hall, Princeton, New Jersey. http://www.princeton.edu/pr/news/95/q3/0914agates.html
2945Savascin, Y.1986Anatolia: Gems from the Past: Lapidary Journal, v. 39, no. 12, p. 42-44. Turkey, Ankara-Cubuk area, Eskisehir, Saricakaya areas.
2946Sayre, F.1966Collecting around Unionville, Nevada: Gems and Minerals, no. 342, p. 20, 21. Nevada, field trip.
2947Sayre, H.1979Dendritic agate at Anderson Mine: Gems and Minerals, no. 504, p. 6, 10, 12.
2948Scammon, C. H.1958Hunting petrified logs: Earth Science, v. 11, no. 1, p. 15-17. Washington, field trip.
2949Scarisbrick, D.1981From Pliny to Faberge'. The story of moss agate: Country Life, June 4, p. 1556-1558. (Not seen. The publication Country Life as listed here probably refers to a current British journal. An American publication with the same name existed from 1901 until it ceased publication in 1942 at the onset of World War II.)
2950Scarratt, K.1977Notes on Gilson synthetic white opal: Gems and Minerals, no. 459, p. 40-42.
2951Scells, G.1978Some north Queensland gem fields revisited: Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 10, p. 1118-2234.
2952Schabilion, S.1973We bought a petrified forest: Rock & Gem, v. 3, no. 10, p. 20-24.
2953Schairer, J. F.1931The minerals of Connecticut: Connecticut State Geological and Natural History Bulletin, no? 51, p. 1-121.
2954Schaller, W. T.1917Gems and Precious Stones: U. S. Geological Survey, Mineral Resources of the United States for 1915, part 2, p. 843-858.
2955Schaller, W. T.1919Gems and Precious Stones: U. S. Geological Survey, Mineral Resources of the United States for 1916, part 2, p. 887-899.
2956Schaller, W. T.1920Gems and Precious Stones: U. S. Geological Survey, Mineral Resources of the United States for 1917, part 2, p. 145-168.
2957Schaller, W. T.1932The crystal cavities of the New Jersey zeolite region: U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin 832, p. 1-90.
2958Scharf, Timo1995Mineralien aus der Trias im Jena [Minerals from the Triassic of Jena]: Mineralien-Welt, v. 6, no. 4, p. 28-36.
2959Schedenhelm, W. R. C.1972One-Day Jasper: Rock and Gem, v. 2, no. 10, p. 10-13. California, "Lonely Butte", "Agate Flats". Spelling of name probalby Shedenhelm.
2960Schell, B.1947An opal occurrence in Arizona: Rocks and Minerals, v. 22, no. 5, p. 418, 428. Camp Wood area, Yavapai County.
2961Scherer, K.1976How to cut Mexican fire agate: Gems and Minerals, no. 463, p. 10-12.
2962Schibilion, S.1967aA forest of stone: Rocks and Minerals, v. 42, no. 7, p. 519-521. Mississippi, Jackson area. May be same as Schabilion, above.
2963Schibilion, S.1967bDreams do come true: Rocks and Minerals, v. 42, no. 7, p. 522. Jackson, Mississippi area.
2964Schiefer, H. V.1936Gems of Ohio: The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 1, p. 7, 8, 52, 53. Flint Ridge, Chemical content.
2965Schiefer, H. V.1953New agate find: The Mineralogist, v. 21, no. 6,7,8, p. 277. Carlisle, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, area
2966Schiefer, H. V.1959Jasper Beach, Maine: The Mineralogist, v. 27, no. 4,5, p. 76, 77.
2967Schier, J.1988Romancing the Iris: Lapidary Journal, v. 42, no. 7, p. 66-67. Iris agate color photos.
2968Schiller, F. E.1953The Gem Minerasl of Maine: Lapidary Journal, v. 7, no. 1, p. 70, 72, 74, 76. Agate at Rumford, South Ann, Calais; jasper at Calais, and Forest City.
2969Schlegel, D. M.1957Gemstones of the United States: U. S. Geological Survey, Bulletin 1042G, p. 203-253.
2970Schletzer, D., and Schletzer, R.1984Old Silver Jewelry of the Turkoman. An Essay on Symbols in the Culture of Inner Asian Nomads: Translated by Paul Knight. Dietrich Reimer Verlag, Berlin, 300 p.
2971Schley, E. R.1905Where natures stores her jewels. A study of San Diego, California, and its marvelous natural resources: Sunset Magazine, October, p. 545-555.
2972Schlossmacher, K.1950Die Entstehung der Achate: Schmuck und Edles Gerat. p. 23-26, 55-57. (Not seen).
2973Schlossmacher, K.1959/1960Kunstlich gefarbte Achatlangensteine: Zeitschrift des Deutsches Gesselschaft fur Edelsteinkunde, no 30, p. 20-22. (Not seen).
2974Schlossmacher, K.1960aDie Entstkelhung der Achate: Zeitschrift des Deutsches Gesselschaft fur Edelsteinkunde, no. 32, p. 16-20. (Not seen).
2975Schlossmacher, K.1960bDie Entstehung der Achate: Zeitschrift des Deutsches Gesselscahft fur Edelsteinkunde, no. 33, p. 11-16. (Not seen).
2976Schlossmacher, K.1969?Edelsteinkunde und Perlen: (Stuttgart) p. 261. This reference is sometimes cited as such without a date (not seen).
2977Schmidt, J.1997Achatfuhrende Lithophysen aus dem Lierbachtal, Schwarzland: Lapis, 5/97, p. 32 - 37. Black Forest Thunder Eggs.
2978Schmidt, M. M.1920 (1918)The common rocks and gemstones of Kansas and how to recognize them: Kansas Academy of Sciences Transactions, 50th Annual Meeting, Lawrence, March 15, 16, 1918, v. 29, p. 85-88.
2979Schmidtmann, T.1972A Yankee in Opal Land: Lapidary Journal, v. 25, no. 11, p. 1490-1494, 1504-1507. Opal mining.
2980Schmincke, H. -U., and Swanson, D. A.1967Laminar viscous flowage structures in welded ash-flow tuffs from Gran Canaria, Canary Islands: Journal of Geology, v. 75, p. 641-664.
2981Schmitt, J. C. D., Camatti, C., and Barcellos, R. C.1991Depositos de ametista e agata no estado do Rio Grande do Sul [Amethyst and agate deposits from Rio Grande do Sul]: in Gemas e rochas ornamentais (Schobbenhaus, C., et al., compilers), in the collection. Principais depositos mineros do Brazil, 4, part A, p. 271-285.
2982Schmitt, J. G., and Boyd, D. W.1981Patterns of silicification in Permian pelecypods and brachiopods from Wyoming: Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, v. 51, no. 4, p. 1297-1308.
2983Schmitt-Riegraff, C.1992Mikrothermometrische Untersuchungen an Flussigkeitseinschlussen in hydrothermalen Quarzen und Calciten aus der Nahe-Mulde: Ber. Deutsches Mineral Gesselschaft? (=Beih. z. Europ. J. Mineral.), Jg, no. 1, p. 248. (Not seen).
2984Schneiders, B. R., Scott, J. F., Smyk, M. C. and O'Brien, M. S.1999Report of activities, 1998. Resident Geologist Program; Thunder Bay South regional resident geologist report; Thunder Bay South District, Open File Report, Ontario Geological Survey Report 5989, 58 p.
2985Schneiders, B. R., Scott, J. F., Smyk, M. C. and O'Brien, M. S.2000Report of activities, 1999. Resident Geologist Program; Thunder Bay South regional resident geologist report; Thunder Bay South District, Open File Report, Ontario Geological Survey Report 6005, 50 p.
2986Schnitzer, A.1982Fossilized trees: Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 2, p. 418-424.
2987Schonfeld, E.1955Die Kieselholzer aus der Braunkohle von Bohlen bei Leipzig: Paleontographica Abteilung B, no. 99, p. 1-83.
2988Schoolcraft, H. R.1820Summary narrative of exploratory expedition to the sources of the Mississippi River in 1820; resumed and completed by the discovery of its origin in Itasca Lake, in 1832: Reprinted in 1855 by Lippincott, Grambo, and Company, Philadelphia.
2989Schooner, R.1961The mineralogy of Connecticut: Fluorescent House, Branford, Connecticut, p. 1-89.
2990Schoonover, M.1964Sourdough Rockhounding: Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 1, p. 164-169. Alaska.
2991Schoonover, M.1972Gem Treasures of Australia: Lapidary Journal, v. 26, no. 4, p. 628-629.
2992Schoppee, L., and Schoppee, L.1957Michigan Vacation - 1956. People, Places, and Prospects: Rocks and Minerals, v. 32, p. 9,10, p. 476-479. Field Trip, Five Mile Point.
2993Schoppee, L. W., and Schoppee, H. M.1963A superior vacation: Rocks and Minerals, v. 38, no. 7,8, p. 341-347. Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ontario.
2994Schossenberger, F.1960Amorphous solids, small particles and thin surface films: In Muller, W. A. (editor), Advanced X-Ray Analysis, v. 1, Plenum Press, New York, p. 73-99.
2995Schowalter, M.1976Slocum stone---a new man-made material: Lapidary Journal,v.30, no.6, p. 1370-1374. Color illustrations.
2996Schrader, F. C., Stone, R. W., and Stanford, S.1917Useful Minerals of the United States: U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin 624, p. 16, 34, 42, 81, 97, 107, 163, 180, 187, 204, 229, 248, 269, 289, 298, 342.
2997Schram, E. F.1943Some minerals from Nebraska: Rocks and Minerals, v. 18, no. 11, p. 323-326.
2998Schroeder, K.1969Uber die fossilen Holzer aus dem Stephan und dem Rotliegenden des Saar-Nehen-gebietes: Dissertation, Universitat des Saarlandes, Dissertationsdruck.
2999Schube, P. G.1973Milepost 19, A memorial to a rockhound: Gems and Minerals, no. 428, p. 46-49. California, Whipple, Turlte Mountains, field trip.
3000Schubel, K. A., and Simonson, B. M.1990Petrography and diagenesis of cherts from Lake Magadi, Kenya: Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, v. 60, no. 5, p. 761-776.
3001Schulze, A. D.1963Rocks and Jewelry are my Hobby: Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 3, p. 484-487. Lapidary work.
3002Schumann, W.1977Gemstones of the World: Published in English, 1977, by Sterling Publishing Company, New York, p. 1-256.
3003Schumann, W.1989Edelsteine und Schmucksteine, 6: Aufl, Munchen, Wien, Zurich, pagination not known. (Not seen).
3004Schwartz, G. M.1925A guidebook of Minnesota Trunk Highway No. 1: Minnesota Geological Survey Bulletin 20, 128 p.
3005Schwartz, G. M., and Thiel, G. A.1960Guide to the minerals and rocks of Minnesota: University of Minnesota, Department of Geology and Minnesota Geological Survey, p. 1-29.
3006Schwartz, J.1942Southern Califronia Localities, 1: Tick Canyon. Rocks and Minerals, v. 17, no. 1, p. 384. California, Acton Agate, field trip.
3007Schwartz, J.1943aA miniature petrified forest: The Mineralogist, v. 11, no. 2, p. 45. Last Chance Canyon, California.
3008Schwartz, J.1943bSouthern California Localities, 7: Last Chance Canyon: Rocks and Minerals, v. 18, no. 5, p. 142. Petrified wood, palm wood, opal.
3009Schwartz, J.1943cPetrified wood display Rocks and Minerals, v. 18, no. 5, p. 142. How to display petrified wood.
3010Schwartz, J.1943dSouthern California Localities, 10: Redondo Beach and Palos Verdes. Rocks and Minerals, v. 18, no. 8, p. 243.
3011Schwartz, J.1944Agates and the horse: Rocks and Minerals, v. 19, no. 10, p. 311-312. California, field trip, Mint Canyon.
3012Schweitzer, C. G.1944aCollecting agates at Horse Canyon: The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 1, p. 14-16.
3013Schweitzer, C. G.1944bA California jasper locality: The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 3, p. 80-81. Lavic jasper.
3014Schweitzer, C. G.1944cWe visited Stone Canyon: The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 4, p. 107, 116, 117. California, field trip.
3015Schweitzer, C. G.1944dMule Canyon palm root: The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 6, p. 180-181. California, field trip.
3016Schweitzer, C. G.1944eAgate filled nodules at Chuckwalla Mountains, California: The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 8, p. 234-235. Wiley's (sic) Well, kept up by Riverside County.
3017Schweitzer, C. G.1944fBlue agate nodules near Lead Pipe Springs, California: The Mineralogist, v. 12, no. 12, p. 409-410.
3018Schweitzer, C. G.1945What he found in a bean field: The Mineralogist, v. 13, no. 9, p. 365. Nipomo sagenitic agate.
3019Schweitzer, C. G.1947Horse Canyon Locality: The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 2, p. 76-78, 80. California, field trip.
3020Schweitzer, C. G.1948Los Angeles Lapidary Society Trip: The Mineralogist, v. 16, no. 1, p. 20, 22, 24. Chuckwalla Mountains, Califronia.
3021Schweitzer, C. G.1952Horse Canyon again: The Mineralogist, v. 20, no. 5, p. 199-200. California, field trip.
3022Schweitzer, C. G.1955Our trip to Oregon: The Mineralogist, v. 23, no. 4, p. 164, 166.
3023Scott, B., Mrs.1953Hunting Lake Superior Agate: The Mineralogist, v. 31, no. 3, p. 108, 110. Field, Beaver Bay, Ontario, Canada.
3024Scott, H. M., Mrs.1954Gem hunting in Minnesota: The Mineralogist, v. 22, no. 12, p. 440, 441, 446. Field trip.
3025Scurfield, G., Segnit, E. R., and Anderson, C. A.1974Silicification of wood, Part III: In Scanning Electron Microscopy, 1974, Proceedings on Scanning Electron Microscopy and the Plant Sciences. IIt Research Institute, Chicago, p. 389-396.
3026Seaman, D. M.1943A survey of the Carnegie Museum mineral collection: Rocks and Minerals, v. 18, no. 1, p. 3-9.
3027Seasholtz, F. W.1976A method of using Tecope opal: Gems and Minerals, no. 468, p. 38, 40-41.
3028Seifert, T., and Reidrich, G.1993Die Achate im Melaphyr von Groppendorf bei Hubertusburg im Sachsen: Mineralien Welt, v. 4, p. 15-16.
3029Seiple, E.1993California's Precambrian fossils: Rock and Gem, v. 23, no. 12, p. 78-83.
3030Seironyan, V. B.1996Agates of Armenia; the past and present: Mir Kamnya = World of Stones, 9, p. 19-23
3031Seironyan, V. B.1997Heliotrope and its new finds in Armenia: Mir Kamnya = World of Stones, 12, p. 53.
3032Selde, V.1978On to Oregon, treasure land of fossils and agates: Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 9, p. 2028-2033. Geology
3033Selde, V.1979aGinkgo Petrified Forest State Park: Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 10, p. 2190-2197. Oregon.
3034Selde, V.1979bFossils and rocks of the John Day Country: Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 11, p. 2480-2483. John Day Agate, p. 2480
3035Selde, V.1979cOn to Oregon: rock hunting techniques: Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 12,p. 2596-2602. FT
3036Selde, V.1979dCollecting the colorful stones of the Columbia: Lapidary Journal, v. 33, no. 9, p. 2014-2018. Oregon, field trip.
3037Selwyn, A. R. C., Ulrich, G. H. F., Aplin, C. O. H, Etheridge, R., Jr., and Taylor, N.1868A descriptive Catalogue of the Rock Specimens and Minerals in the National Museum collected by the Geological Survey of Victoria, Melbourne, 1868, p. 85.
3038Settles, S.1981Kentucky agate, Portfolio: Rocks and Minerals, v. 56, no. 3, p. 128-129.
3039Seward, N. H.1940An opal rock garden: Rocks and Minerals, v. 15, no. 12, p. 415. Australia, home project
3040Seward, N. H.1947Mountains of opal: The Mineralogist, v. 15, no. 9, p. 457. Australia, field trip.
3041Seward, N. H.1950What has happened to the opal market? Lapidary Journal, v. 4, no. 3, p. 178, 180.
3042Shaeffer, J. B.1958The Alibates Flint Quarry, Texas: American Antiquity, v. 24, no. 2, p. 189-191. Reprinted in Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 10, p. 1128-1131.
3043Shanafelt, M.1933Agates: The Museum Radio Talk, Morrill Hall, University of Nebraska. Thursday, June 1, 1933.
3044Shaub, B. M.1955Notes on the origin of some agates and their bearing on a stylolite seam in petrified wood: American Journal of Science, no. 253, p. 117-120.
3045Shaub, B. M.1958Mineral collecting in the Black Hills area of South Dakota: Rocks and Minerals, v. 33, no. 9, 10, p. 394-397, 437. Listed as v. 33, no. 8, 9 on contents page.
3046Shaub, B. M.1961Seeing things in rocks and minerals? Why? Rocks and Minerals, v. 36, no. 7,8, p. 233-234. Picture agate, picture jasper, etc.
3047Shaub, B. M.1963Early amateur gem cutting: Rocks and Minerals, v. 38, no. 1,2, p. 51-54.
3048Shaub, B. M.1978Notes on the origin of the Biggs Jasper: Rocks and Minerals, v. 53, no. 2, p. 56-63. OR, hydrothermal
3049Shaub, B. M.1979aGenesis of Thunder Eggs, Geodes, and Agates of Igneous Origin, Part I: Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 3, p. 2340-2354. Steens Mountain, Oregon, Priday, color illustrations.
3050Shaub, B. M.1979bGenesis of Thunder Eggs, Geodes, and Agates of Igneous Origin, Part II: Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 4, p. 2548-2566. Coyote Springs thunder egg, Oregon; Bruneau Jasper, Laguna Agate, color illustrations.
3051Shaub, B. M.1980aGenesis of agates, geodes, septaria, and other concretions of sedimentary origin,. Part I: Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 3, p. 650-659, 670-679, Tepee Canyon Agate, color illustrations.
3052Shaub, B. M.1980bGenesis of agates, geodes, septaria, and other concretions of sedimentary origin,. Part II: Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 4, p. 860-864, 886-896. Union Road Agate, color illustrations.
3053Shaub, B. M.1981Notes on the Genesis of Spheroidal Rhyolite: The "Rain Forest Jasper" of Australia. Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 12, p. 2522-2544, 2546-2549.
3054Shaub, B. M.1982Genesis of agates, geodes, thunder eggs, and other siliceous nodules of igneous origin: In Sutherland, A., R. Gray, and A. Tait (editors), Agate Symposium Proceedings, Scottish Mineralogy and Lapidary Club, Royal Scottish Museum, Chambers Street, Edinburgh, p. 4-27.
3055Shaub, B. M.1989The origin of Agates, Thundereggs, and Other Nodular Structures: Agate Publishing Company, Northampton, Massachusetts. 105 p.
3056Shaub, M. S.1958Mineral Collecting in the Black Hills area of South Dakota: Rocks and Minerals, v. 33, no. 9,10, p. 394-397, 437. Fairburns, Kern beds; Teepee Canyon.
3057Shaw, J. L.1978Alabama rocks and rockhounds: Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 3, p. 818-822.
3058Shears, D., and D. Shears1977Want to make an opal triplet: Gems and Minerals, no. 480, p. 10-12.
3059Shedenhelm. W. R. C.1973aThe search for opal: Rock and Gem, v. 3, no. 2, p. 35-37.
3060Shedenhelm. W. R. C.1973bAgate at Joshua Tree Camp: Rock & Gem, v. 3, no. 2, p. 70-73. California, field trip.
3061Shedenhelm. W. R. C.1973cRockhounding, ...73, Far West, Southwest & Midwest: Rock & Gem, v. 3, no. 3, p. 24-28.
3062Shedenhelm. W. R. C.1973dCastle Butte in the Mojave: Rock & Gem, v. 3, no. 5, p. 70-74. Field trip, chaffonite.
3063Shedenhelm. W. R. C.1973eCalifornia's opals: Rock & Gem, v. 3, no. 9, p. 8-12.
3064Shedenhelm. W. R. C.1973fLittle Jo opal mine: Rock and Gem, v. 3, no. 11, p. 26-28.
3065Shedenhelm. W. R. C.1973gOpals in Plastic: Rock & Gem, v. 3, no. 10, p. 26-34.
3066Shedenhelm. W. R. C.1973hTreasures on Rainbow Ridge: Rock & Gem, v. 3, no. 10, p. 62-65.
3067Shedenhelm. W. R. C.1973iOpal Christmas Tree: Rock & Gem, v. 3, no. 12, p. 38-41.
3068Shedenhelm. W. R. C.1974aSouth of Golconda: Rock & Gem, v. 4, no. 2, p. 76-78.
3069Shedenhelm. W. R. C.1974bOld Ranch Jasp-Agate:. Rock & Gem, v. 4, no. 5, p. 48-52. California, Field Trip
3070Shedenhelm. W. R. C.1975Rockhounds' Guide to Baja California: Rock & Gem, v. 5, no. 5, p. 50-53.
3071Sheets, J.1971Black coral in Florida: Gems and Minerals, no. 402, p. 24-25.
3072Shepard, C. U.1837A report on the geological survey of Connecticut.: Published under the direction of his excellency, Henry G. Edwards, Governor of the State, p. 1-188.
3073Shepherd, G. F.1933Opal glossary: Rocks and Minerals, v. 8, p. 43-50.
3074Shepherd, G. F.1971The story of opal: Rocks and Minerals, v. 46, no. 6, p. 363-370. Australia, Czechoslovakia, Mexico, Honduras, India
3075Shepherd, W.1972Flint, its origin, properties, and uses: Faber and Faber, London, p. 1-255.
3076Sherriff, B. L., and Thomson, S. L.1992The relationship between silicates from the Souris gravel pit and local lithic artifacts [abstract]: In Geological Society of America 1992 annual meeting, Abstracts with Programs, geological society of America, v. 24, no. 7, p. 159. Cincinnati, Ohio, October 25-29, 1992.
3077Sherrill, G. H.1948The Fairburn agate: Rocks and Minerals, v. 23, no. 8, p. 713-714. South Dakota.
3078Shipley, R. M.1971Dictionary of gems and gemology, sixth edition: Gemological Institute of America, Santa Monica, California. 230 p.
3079Shoup, G. E.1947Vanadium in chert: Rocks and Minerals, v. 22, no. 12, p. 1124-1125. Lemhi, Idaho, inclusions.
3080Shoup, G. E.1950Investigation of placer leads to petrified forest: Rocks and Minerals, v. 25, no. 11,12, p. 578. Leedsburg, Lemhi Co, Idaho.
3081Siegel, G. H., Marrone, M. J.1981Photoluminescence in as-drawn and irradiated silica optical fibres: an assessment of the role of nonbridging oxygen defect centers: Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, v. 45, p. 235-247.
3082Siever, R.1962Silica solubility 0-200 oC and the diagenesis of siliceous sediments: Journal of Geology, v. 70, no. 2, p. 127-156.
3083Siever, R., and Scott, R. A.1963Organic geochemistry of silica: In Breger, I. A. (Editor): Organic Geochemistry. Oxford, London, New York, Paris, p. 579-595.
3084Silda, A. A.1956Minnesota agates: Rocks and Minerals, v. 31, nos. 11, 12, p. 599.
3085Sigelo, A. C.1978Organic geochemistry of silicified wood, Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 42, no. 9, p. 1397-1405.
3086Sigelo, A. C.1979Geochemistry of silicified wood and associated sediments, Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona: Chemical Geology, v. 26, nos. 1, 2, p. 151-163.
3087Silvernail, C.1960Five gem and mineral field trips in the Barstow area: Desert Magazine, v. 23, no. 2, p. 39-41.
3088Sim, S.1973Some thoughts about agate formation of Scotland: Lapidary Journal, v. 27, no. 4, p. 620-623.
3089Sim, S.1979Further thoughts on agate formation: Lapidary Journal, v. 33, no. 5, p. 1128-1130.
3090Sim, S.1982Agate anatomy: Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 8, p. 1430-1431.
3091Simandl, G. J., Hancock, K. D., Callaghan, B., Paradis, S., Yorke-Hardy, R.1999?Klinker Precious Opal Deposit, south-central British Coilumbia Canada - Field Observations and Potential Deposit-Scale Controls: British Columbia Geological Survey Branch, p. 321-326.
3092Simandl, G. J., Paradis, S., Diakow, L. J., Wojdak, P. J., and Hartley, A. J.1998Precious Opal in the Whitesail Range, west-central British Columbia, Canada (NTS 93E/10W and 93E/llE):. British Columbia Geological Survey Branch, Geological Fielswork 1998, Paper 1999-1, p. 285-293.
3093Simon, R. I.1978Minerals found in fossils: a literature survey: Rocks and Minerals, v. 53, p. 1, p. 16-24.
3094Simonds, F. W.1902The minerals and mineral localities of Texas: University of Texas Mineral Survey Bulletin, 104 p.
3095Simpson, B., and Mitchell, J. R.1989Gem Trails of Arizona: Gem Guides Book company, Baldwin Park, California, 124 p.
3096Simpson, B. W.1954?Gem trails of Texas: no further information; subsequent editions of Gem Trails of Texas (not all by Simpson) follow this date, but a complete listing is not known at this time.
3097Simpson, B. W.1962Gem trails of Texas, a field guide for collectors: Gem Trails Publishing Company, Granbury, Texas, 88 p.
3098Simpson, B. W.1964Gem trails of Arizona: Gem Trails Publishing Company, Gramburg, Texas, 88 p.
3099Simpson, B. W.1967Gem Trails of Arizona, (revised edition): Gem Trails Publishing Company, Bowie, Texas, 88 p.
3100Simpson, B. W.1974Gem Trails of Arizona, (4th revised edition): Gem Trails Publishing Company, Glen Rose, Texas, 96 p.
3101Simpson, C.1945Gingko Petrified Forest State Park of Washington: Rocks and Minerals, v. 20, no. 9, p. 425. Kittitas County, 15 million year old lava flows.
3102Simpson, J. H.1876Report of explorations across the Great Basin of the Territory of Utah for a direct wagon route from Camp Floyd to Genoa, in Carson Valley, in 1859, by Captain J. H. Simpson:. Made by authority of the Secretary of War and under instructions from Bvt. Brig. Gen A. S. Johnston,United States Army Corps of Engineers, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. 518 p. (p. 273, 283, 291, 308)
3103Sims, F. L.1960Petrified wood on Bellyache Creek: Rocks and Minerals, v. 35, no. 5,6, p. 219. Darlington, South Carolina.
3104Singer, A.1990Quartz synthesis by soxhlet leaching of basaltic rock: Soil Science, v. 150, no. 3, p. 630-636.
3105Sinkankas, J.1951Some cutting material localities around New York City: Rocks and Minerals, v. 26, nos. 11, 12, p. 587-591. Zeolites.
3106Sinkankas, J.1952Dyeing agate, in The Amateur Lapidary: Rocks and Minerals, v. 27, no. 1,2, p. 45. Shop Help
3107Sinkankas, J.1954aCollecting in the Big Ditch: Rocks and Minerals, v. 29, no. 1,2, p. 13-16. Canal zone. Reprinted, 1986, Rocks and Minerals, v. 61, no. 1, p. 25-27.
3108Sinkankas, J.1954bJapanese lapidary work: Rocks and Minerals, v. 29, no. 9,10), p. 488-491.
3109Sinkankas, J.1954cAden to Suez: Rocks and Minerals, v. 29, no. 11,12, p. 574-575.
3110Sinkankas, J.1959Gemstones of North America: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, Toronto, London, Melbourne, 675 p.
3111Sinkankas, J.1961aWhat do we really know about the formation of agate and chalcedony? Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 2, p. 242-252; reprinted in Leiper, H. (Editor), The Agates of North America, Arts and Crafts Press, pp. 6-10.
3112Sinkankas, J.1961cOpal cutting tips: Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 5, p. 550, 554-556.
3113Sinkankas, J.1961cAustralian opals in dazzling hues: Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 5, p. 552-553.
3114Sinkankas, J.1961cGemstones and minerals, how and where to find them: D. Von Nostrand Company, Inc., New York, New York, 387 p.
3115Sinkankas, J.1962So-called psilomelane is chalcedony: Lapidary Journal, v. 15, no. 6, p. 667.
3116Sinkankas, J.1964aThe March Birthstone: Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 12, p. 1200. Bloodstone.
3117Sinkankas, J.1964bOpal and Tourmaline. Birthstones for October. Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 7, p. 788-789.
3118Sinkankas, J.1966aIris opal from Mexico. Journal of Gemology, v. 10, p. 100-105. (Not seen).
3119Sinkankas, J.1966bWhat do we really know about the formation of agate and chalcedony. In Leiper, H., (editor), The Agates of North America, Lapidary Journal Publishing Company, San Diego, California, p. 6-10.
3120Sinkankas, J.1970Prospecting for gemstones and minerals. Van Nostrand-Reinhold Company, New York, New York. 397 p.
3121Sinkankas, J.1971Opal: Rock and Gem, v. 1, no. 1, p. 38-47.
3122Sinkankas, J.1974Gemstone and Mineral Data Book: Winchester Press, p. 108 - 110.
3123Sinkankas, J.1976Gemstones of North America, in Two Volumes, Volume II: Van Nostrand-Reinhold Company, New York, Cincinnati, Toronto, London, Melbourne, 494 p.
3124Sinkankas, J.1991Early American Gemology: Lapidary Journal, v. 44, no. 10, p. 45-54.
3125Skalicky, J.1978Czech paradise and its gemstones: Lapidary Journal, v. 32, no. 7, p. 1616-1618. Dobravice, near Jicin, Dolsky Potok Stream, Mountain of Kozakov, Cper Melaphyre, Nova Paka.
3126Skalicky, J.1983Interesting opals from Czechoslovakia: Lapidary Journal, v. 37, no. 4, p. 578-584.
3127Slack, J. N.1966Photographing Iris Agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 1, p. 30-33.
3128Slack, J. N.1966An Oklahoman goes agate hunting in Texas: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 1, p. 74-102. Color illustrations, Woodward ranch red plume, black plume Flower Garden, Pom Pon (=Pompom), Thistle, porcupine, Christmas, hristmas Tree, Bugeye, agates.
3129Slack, J. N.1967We climbed the Agua Frio: Lapidary Journal, v. 21, no. 7, p. 854-855, 858-865.
3130Slack, J. N., and Kennedy, M.1968Cycads, agates and "things" in Oklahoma's Panhandle: Lapidary Journal, v. 22, no. 7, 898-906. Rosebud agate.
3131Sligh, W. F.1968Cutting Idaho opal: Gems and Minerals, no. 373, p. 30.
3132Sloan, E.1908Catalogue of the minerals of South Carolina: South Carolina Geological Survey Bulletin 2, Series 4, 505 p.
3133Sloan, E., and B. Sloan1965Mineral & Gem Trails: Private Publication. 60 p.
3134Sloat, L. W.1977East Texas petrified wood: Lapidary Journal, v. 30, no. 10, p. 2326-2331.
3135Sloat, L. W.1981"Hunting the Catahoula in Texas": Lapidary Journal, v. 34, no. 12, p. 2640-2644.
3136Slocum, H. W.1948aRambles in a collector's paradise, Part 1: Rocks and Minerals, v. 23, no. 6, p. 497-503.
3137Slocum, H. W.1948bRambles in a collector's paradise, Part 2: Rocks and Minerals, v. 23, no. 7, p. 579-589.
3138Slocum, H. W.1948cRambles in a collector's paradise, Part 3: Rocks and Minerals, v. 23, no. 8, p. 675-680.
3139Slocum, H. W.1948dRambles in a collector's paradise, Part 4: Rocks and Minerals, v. 23, no. 9, 10, p. 771-777.
3140Slocum, H. W.1948eRambles in a collector's paradise, Part 5: Rocks and Minerals, v. 23, nos. 11, 12, p. 892-898.
3141Slocum, M.1940Opal Butte, Oregon: The Mineralogist, v. 8, no. 11, p. 475. Opal claims, by L. Shaner, discoverer, Dec. 15, 1890. Opal Butte = Peter's Butte on Forest Service Maps.
3142Smart, C. H.1965Giant Lake Superior Agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 7, p. 1090.
3143Smellie, W. R.19xxThe igneous rocks of Bute: Transactions of the Geological Society of Glasgow, v. 15, p. 334-374. (Not seen).
3144Smerud, W. R.1957Montana Agate: Gems and Minerals, no. 239, p. 22, 23, 65.
3145Smith, A. E.1974Minerals of Creede, Mineral County, Colorado: Rocks and Minerals, v. 49, no. 6, p. 394-399.
3146Smith, B.1971"Spring in the Fundy Area": Rocks and Minerals, v. 46, no. 6, p. 376-380. Nova Scotia
3147Smith, C. F.1885Sketch of Flint Ridge, Licking County, Ohio: Smithsonian Institution, Annual Report for 1884, p. 851-873.
3148Smith, C. G.1958Opal hunting in Mexico: Lapidary Journal, v. 12, no. 5, p.602-605.
3149Smith, D. M.1930Petrified Forest National Monument: Holbrook, Arizona, 16 p.
3150Smith, E.1984Unique lamps: Lapidary Journal, v. 38, no. 2, p. 310-315.
3151Smith, E. C.1942Eastern Oregon, a scientific wonderland: The Mineralogist, v. 10, no. 11, p. 333-334.
3152Smith, F. C.1964Georgia petrified wood, Randall Creek, (cover photo): Rocks and Minerals, v. 39, no. 9,10, p. 2
3153Smith, G.1998Scottish gemstones; prospects for an expanding gemstone industry: Earthwise (Keyworth), v. 12, p. 31.
3154Smith, G. F. H.1919Gem Stones and Their Distinctive Characters.: Methune, London, 312 p. (reprinted, 1958? By Brentano's, New York, 247 p.)
3155Smith, G. F. H.1958Gemstones. Methuen and Company, London. 13th Edition. Revised by F. C. Phillips, p. 427-430.
3156Smith, I.1963Arizona's Petrified Forests: Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 3, p. 420-435.
3157Smith, I.1965Arizona's Hill of Pink Agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 19, no. 2, p. 304-308.
3158Smith, I.1973Jewels for the Gods: Lapidary Journal, v. 27, no. 1, p. 120, 140. Red Hill Agate, New Mexico.
3159Smith, J.1910Semi-Precious stones of Carrick: A. W. Cross, Kilwinning. (Pagination not known, not seen).
3160Smith, M. B.1975Withlacoochee River Agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 29, no. 8, p. 1590. Georgia
3161Smith, P. A.1941Minerals of the Butte District, Montana: Rocks and Minerals, v. 16, no. 7, p. 241-247.
3162Smith, V. R.1946What! No minerals in Cherry Valley? Rocks and Minerals, v. 21, no. 1, p. 6-10. Illinois, field trip.
3163Smith, W. D.1976aMissouri lace agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 29, no. 11, p. 2070-2072. Washington County Lace Agate = Tifft, Cambrian age, Upper Potosi and Lower Eminence dolomites, marine sedimentary agates.
3164Smith, W. D.1976bMissouri's Union Road Agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 29, no. 12, p. 2264-2267.
3165Smith, W. D.1977"Mozarkite"--Missouri's legendary gem: Lapidary Journal, v. 31, no. 1, p. 160. Chemical characters, elements.
3166Smith, W. D.1982Missouri lace agate: Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no.1, p. 90-92.
3167Smith, W. E.19xxThe nature of chalcedony: The Gemmologist, v. XXIX, no. 342, p. 5, 7, 16.
3168Smyth, R. B.1869The Gold Fields and Mineral Districts of Victoria, &c.: Government Printer, Melbourne, 1869, p. 252, 253.
3169Snake River Pete1960Gemstones From Idaho's Desert Canyons: Lapidary Journal, v. 14, no. 3, p. 250-253. Bruneau Canyon Jasper.
3170Soeldner, M.1974Minerals and fossils in southeast Alaska: Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 5, p. 871-875.
3171Sohnge, P. G., and D. J. L. Visser1937Geology and Archeology of the Vaal River Basin: Union of South Africa Department of Mines, Geological Survey Memoir 35, p. 15, 19-21, 25, 36, 38.
3172Sohon, J. A.1951Connecticut minerals, their properties and occurrences: A. N. Winchell Editor, Connecticut State Geological and Natural History Survey Bulletin 77, 133 p.
3173Soklich, F.1974Quartz polyhedroids, a unique agate and quartz formation: Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 9, p. 1422-1423. Brazil.
3174Sorensen, F. C.1951The cycad forest: The Mineralogist, v. 19, no. 10, p. 444, 446.
3175Sorensen, F. C.1954More Fairburn Agate: The Mineralogist, v. 22, no. 4, p. 190, 192.
3176Sorensen, F. C.1959The Black Hills, South Dakota: The Mineralogist, v. 27, no. 6,7,8, p. 109, 110, 112.
3177Sosman, R. B.1927The properties of silica: The Chemical Catalog Company, Inc., New York. (Not seen).
3178Southwick, E. A.1936a?Sheen Agate - Central Oregon: The Mineralogist, v. 5, no. 8, p. 11. 17 miles East of Madras.
3179Southwick, E. A.1936bThunder Eggs. Rocks and Minerals, v. 11, no. 6, p. 99. Oregon.
3180Sowerby, H.1850Popular Mineralogy: Reeve and Benham, London. p. 85.
3181Sowerby, J.1811British Mineralogy, v. 5: Londoln, J. Sowerby. (not seen). Moughton Whetstone.
3182Spector, A.1965Idar-Oberstein: Earth Science, v. 18, no. 5, p. 213-216. Lapidary.
3183Spence, M. C.1960A woman rockhound visits Andamooka, Australia, opal fields: Lapidary Journal, v. 13, no. 6, p. 748 - 756.
3184Spencer, G. W.1967Opalized Wood in Colombia, South America: Lapidary Journal. v. 20, no. 12, p. 1454-1455.
3185Spendlove, E.1974aUtah's fire opal: Desert Magazine, v. 37, no. 5, p. 22-23.
3186Spendlove, E.1974bUtah Fire Opal: Rock & Gem, v. 4, no. 2, p. 34-37.
3187Spendlove, E.1974cDugway Geodes: Rock & Gem, v. 4, no. 11, p. 22-25. Utah, Field Trip
3188Spendlove, E.1976Fishin' for fossils: Gems and Minerals, v. 466, p. 10-12, 14
3189Spendlove, E.1976Dugway Thundereggs: Gems and Minerals, no. 468, p. 54-55. Utah, field trip
3190Spendlove, E.1977Utah's Pigeon Blood Agate: Rock & Gem, v. 7, no. 8, p. 48-51.
3191Spendlove, E.1982Sweetwater agate: Rock and Gem Magazine, June p. 14-17.
3192Spendlove, E.1984Yellow Tree agate: Gems and Minerals Magazine, December, p. 48-51.
3193Spendlove, E.1989The Flint Hills of Kansas: Rock and Gem, v. 19, no. 4, (April, 1989) p. 52 - 57.
3194Spendlove, E.1994aCutting cabs of jasper: Rock and Gem, v. 24, no. 5, p. 36-38, 40-41
3195Spendlove, E.1994bWyoming's yellow tree "agate"; its highly prized markings resemble little black trees: Rock and Gem, v. 24, no. 6, p. 60-62.
3196Spendlove, E.1995Wyoming's Sweetwater Agate; these pretty pebbles often contain prized black dendrites: Rock and Gem, v. 25, no. 5, p. 84-87.
3197Spendlove, E.1996aDinosaur bone cabs: Rock and Gem, v. 26, no. 9, p. 20-23
3198Spendlove, E.1996bWyoming fossil shells: Rock and Gemv, v. 26, no. 9, p. 38-40, 43, 44, 76
3199Sperisen, F. J.1938Gem minerals of California: California Division of Mines, California Journal of Mines and Geology, v. 34, no. 1, p. 34-74.
3200Sperisen, F. J.1950The art of the lapidary: Bruce Publishing Company, New York, 390 p.
3201Spier, J.1992Ancient Gems and Finger Rings. Catalogue of the Collections, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, California: Nissha Printing Co., Ltd., Kyoto, 184 p.
3202Spinner, K.1966Fire Agate! in Shop Helps: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 6, p. 784.
3203Spiridonov, E. M.1998Gemstone deposits of the former Soviet Union:. Journal of Gemmology, v. 26, no. 2, p. 111-125.
3204Spiroff, K.1938A mineralogical trip through the Michigan copper country: Rocks and Minerals, v. 13, no. 5, p. 133-143.
3205Spreen, G. H.1977Mexican opal: Gems and Minerals, no. 480, p. 30, 31.
3206Springer, P. G.1982The agates of Nova Scotia:. Lapidary Journal, v. 36, no. 8, p. 1330-1332, 1338. Cape Split, Five Islands, Straw Agate, Bennett's Bay, Scot's Bay, color illustrations.
3207Squires, S. J.1948Impressions of Lightning Ridge, Australia: Rocks and Mineals, v. 23, no. 11, 12, p. 920-922.
3208Staatz, M. H., and H. L. Bauer1951Virgin Valley opal district, Humboldt County, Nevada: U. S. Geological Circular 142, 7 p.
3209Staatz, M. H., and W. J. Carr1964Geology and mineral deposits of the Thomas and Dugway ranges, Juab and Tooele counties, Utah: U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 415, 188 p.
3210Stallard, M.1979Florida Coral: Rocks and Minerals, v. 54, no. 4, p. 147.
3211Stanley, H. E., and Ostrowsky, N., editors1986On growth and form: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers.
3212Staples, L. W.1950A realgar and orpiment sagenite: The Mineralogist, v. 18, no. 10, p. 492, 494. Trent, Oregon, type description.
3213Staples, L. W.1965Origin and history of the thunderegg: State of Oregon, Department of Geology and Mineral Industries, The Ore Bin, v. 27, no. 10, p. 195-204.
3214Staples, L. W.1966Origin and history of the thunderegg: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 5, p. 640-649.
3215Staples, L. W., and Crocker, R. R.1953It Began with Bloodstone: The Mineral Life of William B. Pitts. Lapidary Journal, v. 7, no. 5, p. 410, 412, 414, 416, 418, 420, 468.
3216Starfield, M.J., and Starfield, E.1980A potpourri of mineral oddities: Lapidary Journal,v. 33, no. 11, p. 2454.
3217Starkey, R.1988Minerals of the Isle of Skye: U. K. Journal of Mines and Minerals, no. 5, p. 18-20. (not seen).
3218Stech, R.1964Backlighting - a use for inferior slabs: Rocks and Minerals, v. 39, no. 9,10, p. 468-470.
3219Steele, K.1951A Florida locality: The Mineralogist, v. 19, no. 3, p. 144, 146. Tampa Bay, Florida, field trip.
3220Steeruwitz, W. H. von1890 (1889)Geology of Trans-Pecos Texas: Geological Survey of Texas, First Annual Report, p.219-233.
3221Steeruwitz, W. H. von1891 (1890)Report on the Geology and Mineral Resources of Trans-Pecos Texas. List of those minerals and rocks of Trans-Pecos Texas classified by their appearance, blow pipe tests, and laboratory work: Geological Survey of Texas, Second Annual Report, Chapter IV. p. 665-738.
3222Stein, C. L.1982Silica recrystallization in petrified wood: Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, v. 52, no. 4, p. 1277-1282.
3223Stein, J. F.1956Rockhounding along the South Platte River: Lapidary Journal, v. 10, no. 1, p. 34-36. pet wood
3224Steinke, G. H.1957Agate inlay lamp shade: The Mineralogist, v. 25, no. 2, p. 89. Lapidary project.
3225Steinoff, J. M.1976Famous opals of the world: Reprinted from "Miami Gemcrafters" in Lapidary Journal, v. 30, no. 9, p. 2208.
3226Stenina, N. G., Bazarov, L. S., Scherbakova, M. Y., and Moshkovtsev, R. I.1984Structural State and Diffusion of Impurities in Natural Quartz of Different Genesis: Physical Chemistry Minerals, v. 10, p. 180-186.
3227Stensass, M. S.1999Rock Picker's Guide to Lake Superior's North Shore: Kollath-Stensass Publishing, Duluth, MN, 43 p. Illustrated by R. Kollath.
3228Stenzel, V. D.1976In the Land of Enchantment: Gems and Minerals, no. 464, p. 44, 45, 73.New Mexico, field trip.
3229Stenzel, V. D.1978Rockhound territory of South Dakota and Nebraska: Gems and Minerals, no. 485, p. 46, 47, 75, 76, 93. Nebraska, South Dakota, field trip.
3230Stepanski S., and Snow, K.1992Clanton Canyon Geodes.: Lapidary Journal, v. 46, no. 6, p. 67-68. Field trip, quartz geodes with chalcedony shells.
3231Stephenson, M. F.1871The geology and mineralogy of Georgia: Atlanta, Georgia. 244 p.
3232Stern, K. H.1954The Liesegang Phenomenon: Chemical Reviews, v. 54, no. 1, p. 79-99.
3233Sterner, F.1963The Rocky Road to Seattle and Back: Lapidary Journal, v. 17, no. 2, p. 320-326.
3234Sterrett, D. B.1907Precious stones: U. S. Geological Survey, Mineral Resources of the United States for 1906. p. 1213-1252.
3235Sterrett, D. B.1908Precious stones: U. S. Geological Survey, Mineral Resources of the United States for 1907. p. 795-842.
3236Sterrett, D. B.1909Precious stones: U. S. Geological Survey, Mineral Resources of the United States for 1907. p. 805-859.
3237Sterrett, D. B.1911aPrecious stones: U. S. Geological Survey, Mineral Resources of the United States for 1907. p. 739-808.
3238Sterrett, D. B.1911bPrecious stones: U. S. Geological Survey, Mineral Resources of the United States for 1907. p. 847-900.
3239Sterrett, D. B.1912Precious stones: U. S. Geological Survey, Mineral Resources of the United States for 1907. p. 1037-1078.
3240Sterrett, D. B.1913Precious stones: U. S. Geological Survey, Mineral Resources of the United States for 1907. p. 1023-1060.
3241Sterrett, D. B.1914Precious stones:. U. S. Geological Survey, Mineral Resources of the United States for 1907. p. 639-708.
3242Sterrett, D. B.1916Precious stones:. U. S. Geological Survey, Mineral Resources of the United States for 1907. p. 307-346.
3243Sterzel, J. T.1900Gruppe verkieselter Araucariten-Stamme aus dem versteinerten Rotliegend-Walde von Chemnitz-Hilbersdorf: Ber. naturwiss. Ges. Chemnitz, v. 14, p. 14-36. (Not seen).
3244Stevens, E. T.1870Flint chips. A guide to pre-historic archeology as illustrated by the collection in the Blackmore Museum, Salisbury: Bell and Daldy, London, p. 11-593. (Not seen)
3245Steward, L.1936Found in Arizona: The Mineralogist, v. 4, no. 2, p. 22. Fluorescent opal.
3246Stewart, D., Jr.1942Minerals reported from Antarctica: Rocks and Minerals, v. 17, no. 1, p. 12.
3247Stewart, K.1960Gem localities of Utah:. Lapidary Journal, v. 14, no. 1, p. 20. Jericho, Price to Green River, Black Agate, Red Agate, Cisco to Moab, Chert, Agate, Geodes, Dugway, Juab County.
3248Stewart, R. H.1967aThe quartz minerals of Panama and the Canal Zone, Part 1: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 1, p. 185-190. Canal Stones.
3249Stewart, R. H.1967bThe quartz minerals of Panama and the Canal Zone, Part 2: Lapidary Journal, v. 20, no. 2, p. 324-327, 330-333.
3250Stewart, W. O.1938Opals and Silver: The Mineralogist, v. 6, no. 5, p. 3, 4, 16-25.
3251Stewart, W. O.1939Famous locations of Mexico, (Third of a Series): The Mineralogist, v. 7, no. 7, p. 265-266. opal
3252Steyn, E.1975South African agates: The Guilder, ?p. 1, 5, 11-14. (Not seen).
3253Stivens, D.1964The Opal, Queen of Gems: Lapidary Journal, v. 18, no. 8, p. 883.
3254St. John, R. N.1927Replacement vs. impregnation in petrified wood.: Economic Geology, v. 22, no. 7, p. 729-739.
3255Stober, W., and Arnold, M.1961Anomalien bei der Ablosung von Kieselsaure von der Oberflache feinkorniger Siliziumdioxydpulver: Kolloid Zeitschrift, no. 174, p. 20-27.
3256Stockbridge, F. P., and Perry, J. H.1938So this is Florida: J. H. Perry Publishing Company, 168 p.
3257Stoddard, B. H.1922Gems and precious stones: U. S. Geological Survey, Mineral Resources of the United States for 1919, part 2, p. 165-180.
3258Stoddard, B. H.1923Gems and precious stones: U. S. Geological Survey, Mineral Resources of the United States for 1920, part 2. p. 215-218.
3259Stoddard, B. H.1924Gems and precious stones: U. S. Geological Survey, Mineral Resources of the United States for 1921, part 2. p. 143-146.
3260Stoiber, R. E., and Davidson, E. S.1959aAmygdule mineral zoning in the Portage Lake Lava Series, Michigan Copper District, Part I: Economic Geology, v. 54, no.7, p. 1250-1277.
3261Stoiber, R. E., and Davidson, E. S.1959bAmygdule mineral zoning in the Portage Lake Lava Series, Michigan Copper District, Part II: Economic Geology, v. 54, no. 8, p. 1444-1460.
3262Stokes, R. B.1956The Australian opal fields: The Mineralogist, v. 24, no. 5, p. 231, 232, 234, 236, 238, 240
3263Stokes, R. B.1959Japan opal market: The Mineralogist, v. 27, no. 9, p. 174, 176.
3264Stone, D.1967Gemstones of Victoria: Jacaranda Press. cited in Feehan, H.V., 1977. (No other details, not seen).
3265Storz, M.1925Uber die Einteilung authigene Kieselsaure fuhrender Gesteine: Centralblatt fur Mineralogie, Geologie, und Palaontologie, Abteilung. B: Geologie, Palaontologie. Jg. 1925, p. 369-371.
3266Storz, M.1926Zur Petrogenesis der sekundaren Kieselgesteine in der sudlichen Namib: In Kaiser, E., Die Diamentenwuste Sudwest Afrikas, Bund II, p. 254-282, Berlin
3267Storz, M.1928aDie sekundare authigene Kieselsaure in ihrer petrogenetisch-geologischen Bedeutung., I Teil; Verwitterung und authigene Kieselsaure huhrende Gesteine: Monographien zur Geuolgie und Palaeon-tologie, herausgegangen von W. Soergei, Serie II, Heft 4, Berlin.
3268Storz, M.1928bUber neuartige Gesteine und neuartige rhythmische Vorgange in Gesteinen. Rhythmisches Umstehen: Kolloid Zeitschrift, v. 45, no. 3, p. 231-238.
3269Storz, M.1931Die sekundare authigene Kieselsaure in ihrer petrogenetisch-geologixchen Bedeutung II. Teil: Die Einwirkung der sekundaren authigenen Kieselsaure auf vorhandene Gesteine (Einkieselung und Verkieselung): Monographien zur Geologie und Palaeontologie, herausgeg. von W. Soergel, Serie II, Heft 5, Berlin.
3270Storz, M.1933Zur Petrogenesis der Kieselholzer Agyptens: Abhandlungen Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften. Mathematik, und Naturwissen-schaften, Abteilung N.F., v. 16, p. 24-50.
3271Stout, W., and R. A. Schoenlaub1945The occurrence of flint in Ohio: Geological Survey of Ohio, Fourth Series, Bulletin 46. 110 p.
3272Stow, G. W.1873Geological Notes on Griqualand West. With Descriptions of Specimens by Prof. T. Rupert Jones: Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, v. 30, p. 581-680
3273Stratton, D. G.1943The older drift of Wisconsin: Scientific Monthly, v. 56, no. 1, January, 1943, p. 45-49.
3274Strauch, G.1969A rockhound visits Europe: Gems and Minerals, no. 376, p. 22-26. Cutting industry
3275Strauch, G., Nitzsche, H. -M., and Holzhey, G.1994Isotopenuntersuchungen an Rhyolithen und Achatbildungen: Neues Jahrbuch Mineralogie Abhandlungen, v. 165, p. 103-104.
3276Strauch, G., and Stiehl, G.1990Beitrag der Isotopengeochemie zur Charakterisierung mineral- und gesteinbildener Prozesse anhand von Einschlussuntersuchungen: Zeitschrift geologische Wissenschaft, v. 18, no. 1, p. 35 - 43.
3277Straughan, P.1984Did E.T. visit Ohio a million years ago? Lapidary Journal, v. 38, no. 9, p. 1234. Picture rock, Ohio flint.
3278Streeter, E. W.1877Precious stones and gems: Chapman & Hall, London. (Not seen).
3279Stripp, D. M.1984a"To capture a rainbvow" (of Deer Creek, Arizona, Fire Agate): Lapidary Journal, v. 37, no. 10, p. 1410-1420. Color illustrations, mines and stones.
3280Stripp, D. M.1984bDesigns for living with New Jersey's dynamic duo: Lapidary Journal, v. 38, no. 4, p. 604-607. Lapidary projects.
3281Stripp, D. M.1992Munich Discovered: Lapidary Journal, v. 46, no. 1, p. 46-50. Agate bowl illustration.
3282Strom, R. N., Upchurch, S. B., and Rozenweig, A.1981Paragenesis of "box-work geodes," Tampa Bay, Florida: Sedimentary Geology, v. 30, no. 4, p. 275-289.
3283Stromer, E.1933aUnser bisheriges Wissen uber die Bildung von Kieselholzern: Abhandlungen. Bayerische Akademie Wissenschaften, Mathematik, und Natur-wissenschaften, abteilung N. F., v. 16, p. 3-15.
3284Stromer, E.1933bZusammenfassung der Ergebnisse der chemischen und mineralogischen Untersuchenungen der agyptischen Kieselholzer: Abhandlungen Bayerische Akademie Wissenschaften Mathematik, und Naturwissenschaften, abteilung N. F., v. 16, p. 51, 52.
3285Strong, L.1998Agates from the land of pumas and craters: Rock and Gem, v. 28, no. 12, p. 80-83.
3286Strong, M. F.1964Fire agate in the Mule Mountains: Gems and Minerals, no. 319, p. 16-18.
3287Strong, M. F.1965aThe Green Ash Hills: Gems and Minerals, no. 328, p. 18-20. California, field trip.
3288Strong, M. F.1965bPebble terrace on Palo Mesa Verde: Gems and Minerals, no. 329, p. 14-16.Utah, field trip.
3289Strong, M. F.1966a?Agates of the Palo Verde Mountains: Gems and Minerals, no. 337, p. 14-16. California, field trip.
3290Strong, M. F.1966bDesert gem trails: A field guide to the gem and mineral localities of the Mojave Desert, Colorado Desert, and adjacent areas of Nevada and Arizona: Gembooks. Mentone, California. 81 p.
3291Strong, M. F.1966cAgate Hill in the Turtle Mountains: Gems and Minerals, no. 343, p. 14-16.
3292Strong, M. F.1966dNevada's western Lyons County: Gems and Minerals, no. 344, p. 14-16.
3293Strong, M. F.1966ePlacer County Tigereye: Gems and Minerals, no. 345, p. 20-22. California, field trip.
3294Strong, M. F.1966fWood and wonderstone near Fernley, Nevada: Gems and Minerals, no. 346, p. 19-20.
3295Strong, M. F.1966gA jeep trail in the western Turtle Mountains: Gems and Minerals, no. 349, p. 28, 29, 40.
3296Strong, M. F.1966hAgate Near Old Hell! Gems and Minerals, no. 350, p. 26-27. California, field trip.
3297Strong, M. F.1967aTonopah's gem fields: Gems and Minerals, no. 356, p. 24-27. Nevada, field trip.
3298Strong, M. F.1967bGems along Nevada's Pioneer Trail: Gems and Minerals, no. 357, p. 18-21. Nevada, field trip, Airplane Hill agate, Carlin, Nevada, US40--NV51.
3299Strong, M. F.1967cGems in Nevada's Trinity Range: Gems and Minerals, no. 360, p. 20-22.
3300Strong, M. F.1967dAgate near Eagle Peak: Gems and Minerals, no. 362, p. 16-18.
3301Strong, M. F.1968aOpal in Tecopa's Silica Hills: Gems and Minerals, no. 364, p.
3302Strong, M. F.1968b22. California, field trip. Bacon and roses in the Turltes. Gems and Minerals, no. 365, p. 16-18. California, field trip.+++++
3303Strong, M. F.1968cPetrified wood near Stonewall Pass: Gems and Minerals, no. 367, p. 30. Nevada, field trip.
3304Strong, M. F.1968dCollecting on the western Mojave Desert: Gems and Minerals, no. 368, p. 24-27.
3305Strong, M. F.1968eCollecting on the eastern Mojave Desert: Gems and Minerals, no. 369, p. 24-26, 31.
3306Strong, M. F.1970Agate Cove: Desert Magazine, v. 33, no. 12, p. 36-39.
3307Strong, M. F.1971aDesert Gem Trails. A Field Guide to the Gems and Minerals of the Mojave and Colorado Deserts: Second Revised Edition, Gem Guides Book Co., Baldwin Park, CA, 80 p.
3308Strong, M. F.1971bAgate in the Alvord Hills: Desert Magazine, v. 34, no. 4, p. 36-39. Navajo Agate, Paisley Agate, amygdaloidal agates.
3309Strong, M. F.1971cGem fields in the San Antonios: Desert Magazine, v. 34, no. 5, p. 14-16.
3310Strong, M. F.1972aBloodstone in the Orocopias: Desert Magazine, v. 35, no. 2, p. 20-23.
3311Strong, M. F.1972bFire opals in the El Paso Mountains: Desert Magazine, v. 35, no. 5, p. 22, 23, 50, 51.
3312Strong, M. F.1972cWood in Broken Hills: Desert Magazine, v. 35, no. 9, p. 28-31.
3313Strong, M. F1972dMontezuma's Treasures: Desert Magazine, v. 35, no. 12, p. 8-11.
3314Strong, M. F.1973Collecting on Nevada's Stonewall Flat: Gems and Minerals, no. 431, p. 10-012. Nevada, field trip.
3315Strong, M. F.1974aMojave Desert report: Gems and Minerals, no. 442, p. 15. California, field trip, Cady Sagenite, Lobo Point.
3316Strong, M. F.1974bRockhounds and the desert management plan: Gems and Minerals, no. 443, p. 29-31, 50. Field trips, regulations.
3317Strong, M. F.1978aCollecting petrified wood in the southwest, Part 2: Gems and Minerals, no. 448, p. 48-51. California, field trip, Boron Wood, Last Chance Canyon, Canyon View Wood, Burned Forest, Hidden Canyon, Roaring Ridge.
3318Strong, M. F.1978bCollecting petrified wood in the southwest, Part 3: Gems and Minerals, no. 491, p. 46-49. Nevada, field trip, Stonewall Pass, The Sump,
3319Strong, M. F.1978cCollecting petrified wood in the southwest, Part 4: Gems and Minerals, no. 492, p. 55-56. California, field trip, Sperry Wash.
3320Strong, M. F.1985Unexpected Sodaville: Gems and Minerals, no. 569, p. 34-38.
3321Strout, E. B.1975Photographing faceted stones and other gems: Lapidary Journal, v. 29, no. 1, p. 118-120, 124. Colored illustrations From Nevada, Nevada Desert Picture Rock, brown, yellow-brown, tan, with gray, blue-gray, similar to Chicken Track, rkp.
3322Strubel, G., and S. H. Zimmer1982Lexicon der Mineralogie: Ferdinand Enke Verlag. Stuttgart. (Not seen).
3323Stuckey, J. L.1965North Carolina: its geology and mineral resources: North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development. 550 p.
3324Sturmer, W.1955Achat-Bildungen in Main-Gerollen: Natur und Volk, v. 85, p. 155-158.
3325Sturmer, W.1962Achat-Bildungen in Kieselschiefer-Fossilien: Senckenbergiana Lethaea, v. 43, no. 5, p. 335-347.
3326Sukow, W.1987Inside Lake Superior Agates: Lapidary Journal, v. 40, no. 10, p. 50-56. Cu inclusions.
3327Sukow, W.1990Inside Lake Superior Agates, Part II. An update on a 1987 report: Distributions and Structures of the Copper Inclusions: Lapidary Journal, v. 44, no. 5, p. 81-86.
3328Sunagawa, I., and E. Ohta1976Mechanisms of formation of chalcedony.: The science reports of the Tohoku University, 3rd Series, v 13, p. 131-146.
3329Sutherland, A., Gray, R., and Tait, A., (editors)1982Agate Symposium Proceedings: Royal Scotish Museum Chambers Street, Edinburgh, 24 April, 1982. Scotish Mineral and Lapidary Club, Edinburgh. 125 p., with bibliography, p. i-lviii.
3330Sutherland, M. L.1955Rock hunting in British Columbia: Lapidary Journal, v. 9, no. 1, p. 62, 64-65. Spences Bridge, Merrit, Princeton, BC
3331Sutherland, W. M.1990Gemstones, lapidary materials and geologic collectables in Wyoming: Wyoming State Geological Surveyt Open File Report 90-9, 53 p.
3332Sweaney, J. L.1979Fire agates of Deer Creek: Gems and Gemology, v. 16, no. 5, p. 130-141.
3333Swindle, L. J.1974No Jade? Only agates in Turkey: Lapidary Journal, v. 28, no. 6, p. 926-936.
3334Swineford, A., and Franks, P. C.1959Opal in the Ogallala Formation in Kansas: Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Special Publication no. 7, p. 111-120.
3335Swineford, A., Leonard, A. B., and Frye, J. C.1958Petrology of the Pliocene Pisolitic Limestone in the Great Plains: Kansas Geological Survey Bulletin 130, p. 97-116.
3336Swinehart, J. B.1980Collecting in western Nebraska's Cenozoic Strata: Rocks and Minerals, v. 55, no. 3, p. 124-128.
3337Swinnerton, A. C., Owen, G. E., and Corwin, J. F.1949Some aspects of the growth of quartz crystals: Discussions of the Faraday Society, no. 5, p. 172-180.
3338Switzer, G., and R. D. Thomson1953Gem stones. U. S. Bureau of Mines: Yearbook, 1952, 10 p.
3339Swoboda, E. R.1956The onyx industry of Brazil: Lapidary Journal, v. 10, no. 3, p. 250, 252-256.
3340Sykes, F. G.1954Gem hunting in Scotland: Lapidary Journal, v. 8, no. 1, p. 40-42.
3341Symons, H. H.1936aMinerals and Statistics: In California Journal of Mines and Geology, State Division of Mines, January, 1936, v. 32, no. 1, p. 115-124. Stone Canyon Jasper, Poppy Jasper
3342Symons, H. H.1936bMinerals and Statistics: In California Journal of Mines and Geology. State Division of Mines, April, 1936, v. 32, no. 2, p. 206-224..
3343Symons, H. H.1940.Quartz gemstones of California: Rocks and Minerals, v. 15, no. 2, p. 39-44. Bloodstone, chrysoprase, Myrickite, opal, jasper. Paradise jasper, Stone Canyon Jasper, near Dagget, San Bernardino County, Kinradite, Prase. Franciscan, Monterey Formations