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Cady, W. M. “Stratigraphy and Structure of West-Central Vermont,” Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer. vol. 56, 1945. 515-587.

Cahan, Richard. Chicago: Rising From The Prairie. (This book is available through the Landmarks Preservation Council of Illinois.)

Caldwell, Dabney W. Roadside Geology of Maine. Caldwell Kathleen Ort (Editor), Mountain Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, September 1998. Paperback, 317 pp., ISBN: 0878423753.

California Department of Natural Resources. Geology of Southern California, Bulletin 170. Division of Mines, 1954. (One of the topics in the table of contents is Chapter 8: Mineral Deposits and Mineral Industry.)

California Division of Mines and Geology. California Journal of Mines and Geology vol. 45, no. 1, January 1949. (Some of the contents are as follows: Mines and Mineral Resources of Tuolumne County, California, Plates: 6-A. Plant of Sonora Marble Aggregates Company, Tuolumne County; 6-B. Old quarry of Columbia Marble Company, Tuolumne County; 7-A, View Northwest from Columbia, across Tuolumne-Calaveras County
marble belt; 7-B. Limestone bedrock exposed by early-day placer mining at Columbia, Tuolumne County; and 8. Map of Tuolumne County showing locations of mines. The report shows mineral resources including: Limestone and Marble Slate Stone industry Soapstone and Talc the area located and mineral production are listed.)

California Division of Mines and Geology. Mineral Resources of California, Bulletin 191. San Francisco, California, 1966.

California Division of Mines. "Mines and Mineral Resources of El Dorado County, California," California Journal of Mines and Geology. vol. 52, no. 4, October 1956. State of California, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mines, San Francisco, California, 1956. 369-591.

California Division of Mines and Geology. Fabricas; A Collection of Pictures and Statements on the Mineral Materials Used in Building in California Prior to 1850. Assembled by Elisabeth L. Egenhoff as a supplement to the California Journal of Mines and Geology for April 1952. San Francisco: 1952. (Subject: California building materials)

California Division of Mines and Geology. Geology of Northern California, Bulletin 190. San Francisco, CA: 1966.

California Division of Mines. "Mines and Mineral Resources of Inyo County," (206 pp.), California Journal of Mines and Geology, vol. 47, no. 1, San Francisco: 1951. 223 pp.

California Division of Mines and Geology. Mines and Mineral Deposits of San Bernardino County, California, California Journal of Mines and Geology, vol. 49, numbers 1 and 2, January-April 1953, California Division of Mines, 192 pp.

California Division of Mines and Geology. "Mines and Mineral Resources of Santa Clara County, California," State of California Division of Mines, reprinted from California Mining Journal, April 1954, over 80 pp. (Some of the subjects covered in this book include: specific mine locations, minerals mined, geologic map, limestone, and mine owners name and addresses.)

California Division of Mines and Geology. Mineral Resources of California, Bulletin 191. San Francisco, CA: 1966.

California Miners Association. California Mines and Minerals. California Miners Association, San Francisco, CA: 1899. 445 pp.

California State Mining Bureau. “History of Former World’s Fairs or International Expositions, Compiled from Various Sources,” in the Fifth Annual Report of the State Mineralogist for the Year Ending May 1885, California State Mining Bureau, Sacramento:  1885, pp. 13-50.  (This book is available on Google Books – Full View Books.)

California State Mining Bureau. Mines and Mineral Resources of Colusa, Glenn, Lake, Marin, Napa, Solano, Sonoma, Yolo, California, State Mining Bureau, 1915, 208 pp. (Chapters of State Mineralogist's report biennial period 1913-14. Available at the California State Library.)

California State Mining Bureau. Mines and Mineral Resources of Portions of California. California Mineral Bur. Report 14, 1915. 310 pp.

California State Mining Bureau. State Reports of the State Mineralogist: 1) Sixth Report, Part I, building stones, p. 16; 2) Seventh Report, building stones, p. 205; 3) Eighth Report, building stones, p. 885; 4) Ninth Report, building stones, pp. 53, 209, 244; 5) Tenth Report, building stones, p. 955; 6) Eleventh Report, building stones, p. 602; 7) Twelth Report, building stones, pp. 379-411; 8) Thirteenth Report, building stones, pp. 612 et seq.

California, State Mining Bureau. Lewis E. Auburn, State Mineralogist. The Structural and Industrial Materials of California, Bulletin No. 38. San Francisco, California: 1906.

California. University. Dept. of Mineralogy, Petrography, and Economic Geology. On the Building Stones of California. Berkeley: published for the Regents of the University, 1888.

Calkins, F. C. A Geologic Reconnaissance in Northern Idaho and Northwestern Montana, Bulletin 384. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1909. 112 pp.

Calvert, W. L. A Cross Section of Sub-Trenton Rocks from Wood County, West Virginia to Fayette County, Illinois. Ohio Division Geological Survey Report Inv. 48, 1963a. 33 pp.

Calvert, W. L. Sub-Trenton Rocks from Lee County, Virginia, to Fayette County, Ohio. Ohio Division Geological Survey Report Inv. 45, 1962. 57 pp.Calvert, W. L. A Cross Section of Sub-Trenton Rocks from Wood County, West Virginia to Fayette County, Illinois. Ohio Division Geological Survey Report Inv. 48, 1963a. 33 pp.

Calvert, W. L. Sub-Trenton Rocks of Ohio in Cross Sections from West Virginia and Pennsylvania to Michigan. Ohio Division Geological Survey Report Inv. 49, 1963b. 4 pp.

Calvin, Samuel, Ph.D., State Geologist. Iowa - Geological Survey, Vol. XVII, Annual Report, 1906 With Accompanying Papers. Published for Iowa Geological Survey, Des Moines, Iowa: 1907.

Cameron, A. Slate from Coniston. Cumbria Amenity Trust Mining History Society, 1996.

Camp, Mark J., and Graham T. Richardson. Roadside Geology of Indiana. Mountain Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, June 1999. Paperback, 326 pp., ISBN: 0878423966.

Campbell, J. L, and H. D. Campbell. "The Snowden Slate Quarries," The Virginias. vol. 5, 1884. 162+.

Campbell, M. R. Bristol Folio, Virginia - Tennessee. Description by M. R. Campbell, Geologic Atlas U. S., Folio 59, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1899.

Campbell, M. R.. Charleston Folio, West Virginia. Description by M. R. Campbell, Geologic Atlas U. S., Folio 72, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1901.

Campbell, M. R. Estillville Folio, Kentucky-Virginia-Tennessee. Description by M. R. Campbell, Geologic Atlas U. S., Folio 12, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1894.

Campbell, M. R. Huntington Folio, West Virginia - Ohio. Description by M. R. Campbell,Geologic Atlas U. S., Folio 69, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1900.

Campbell, M. R.London Folio, Kentucky. Description by M. R. Campbell, Geologic Atlas U. S., Folio 47, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1898.

Campbell, M. R. Pocahontas Folio, Virginia - West Virginia. Description by M. R. Campbell, Geologic Atlas U. S., Folio 26, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1896.

Campbell, M. R. Raleigh Folio, West Virginia. Description by M. R. Campbell, Geologic Atlas U. S., Folio 77, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1902.

Campbell, M. R. Richmond Folio, Kentucky. Description by M. R. Campbell, Geologic Atlas U. S., Folio 46, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1898.

Campbell, M. R. Tazewell Folio, Virginia - West Virginia. Description by M. R. Campbell, Geologic Atlas U. S., Folio 44, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1897.

Canada. Mines Branch, Report on the Building and Ornamental Stones of Canada. Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, 1912-17.

Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. The Geology of Canadian Industrial Mineral Deposits. Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Montreal: 1957.

Capps, S. R. "Mineral Resources of the Chisana-White River District," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 622. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1915. 189-228.

Capps, S. R. "Mineral Resources of the Kantishna Region," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 662. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1917. 279-331.

Capps, S. R. "Mineral Resources of the Upper Chulitna Region," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 692. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1919. 207-232.

"Carl Meyer Celebrates 100th Anniversary with First Diamond Gang Saw for Granite," Dimensional Stone, Vol. 6, No. 8, pp. 56-58, 1990b.

Carlsen, Frances L. (ed.). 2001 Missouri Directory of Manufacturers: Including Mining and Quarrying. Harris InfoSource International, August 2000. Hardcover, ISBN: 1556007531.

Carlson, C. C. "Lightweight Aggregates for Concrete Masonry Units," Am. Concrete Inst. Jour., v. 28, no. 5, 1956. pp. 491-508.

Carman, J. E. "Sylvania Sandstone of Northwestern Ohio," Bulletin Geol. Soc. Amer. vol. 47, 1936. 253-265.

Carpenter, P. A., III. Building Stones of North Carolina. North Carolina Geological Survey, 1983. 16 pp.

Carpenter, P. A., III. "Building Stone Use in Historical and Modern Architecture of Downtown Raleigh, North Carolina - A Walking Tour," in Hoffman, Charles W. (editor), Field Trip Guidebook, 50th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Section, Geological Society of America, Raleigh, NC, April 2001. pp. 119-134.

Carr, Alan. Dyffryn Nantlle: A landscape of neglect, a photographic journey through the abandoned Nantlle slate quarries (UK). Published by the author, Northwich, Cheshire, England: Village Green Publishing, 1996. 57 pp. ISBN: 0 9529244 1 2. (This book can be purchased on Alan Carr's web site.)

Carr, Donald D., (senior editor), A. Frank Alsobrook, (associate editor) (et al.. Industrial Minerals and Rocks. 6th ed., Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration. Littleton, Colorado: 1994. ISBN: 0873351037.

Carr, Martha Ensign Strait. The District of Columbia. Washington, D. C.: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1950.

Carrington D. C. and T. F. Rushworth. Slates to Velinheli, the Railways & Tramways of Dinorwic Slate Quarries, Llanberis. Maid Marian Fund, c. 1972. 64 pp.

Carrington, R. C. "Notes on the Building Materials of Pompeii," Journal of Roman Studies, XXIII, 1933. pp.125-38.

Carroll, Scott T. “An Early Christian Athlete: The Epitaph of Aurelius Eutychus of Eumeneia,” Markers VI, pp. 208-230, Association for Gravestone Studies. (Italy, Turkey)

Carrott, Richard G. The Egyptian Revival, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1978.

Carswell, L. D., and G. D. Bennett. Geology and Hydrology of the Neshannock Quadrangle, Mercer and Lawrence Counties, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Geological Survey, 4th ser., Bulletin W15, 1963. 90 pp.

Cash, J. Allan. History, People and Places in the Cotswolds. Spurbooks, Buckingham, 1975, 157 pp. (Taynton Quarries)

Casson, Lionel. "The Pyramid Builders, The Arduous Work of the Quarries, Toiling Thousands on a Monumental Construction Job," Ancient Egypt. Great Ages of Man: A History of the World's Cultures. The Editors of Time-Life Books, New York: Time Incorporated, 1965. 129-135.

Cater, F. W., Jr., and F. G. Wells. "Geology and Mineral Resources of the Gasquet Quadrangle, California-Oregon," U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin 995-C. 1953. 79-133.

Cathcart, Ann M. “The Rule Family: Vermont Gravestone Carvers and Marble Dealers,” in Markers XIX, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2002. (New York, Vermont, USA)

Caulfield, Ernest. “Wanted: The Hook-And-Eye Man (Gershom Bartlett),” Markers I, pp. 12-49, Association for Gravestone Studies. (Connecticut, Vermont, USA)

Cecil, George.  “The Historic Memorials of India.”  Three-part article from The Monumental News, Vol. XVIII, No. 1, January 1906, pp. 35-37; February 1906, pp. 135-136; and No. 3, March 1906, pp. 209-211.  The article begins:  “Although India is wonderfully rich in tomb-stones erected by Rajahs, Maharajahs and other wealthy natives, many of these are in a somewhat dilapidated state, owing to the manner in which they have been treated by the ignorant peasants.  Most monuments are supposed to be in the care of chupprasies and there exists an idea that the guards are held responsible by their master should any harm befall the ancestral tomb.  But these authorities find that it pays better to allow their neighbors to carry off the stones for domestic and building purposes – to extract a baksheesh from the vandal – than to do their duty…It also is a common thing for the engineers and other native officials to remove sculptured stones from the tombs of their ancestors to mend their houses or the walls of their garden, whilst nothing will induce the black ruler of a state to spend a cent on repairing the monuments erected over the graves of his forbears.  But a few years ago a native of wealth and position, who had taken his degree at Oxford and who passed as a man of scholarly attainments, permitted an engineer to bolster up an embankment with part of the plinth of a beautiful temple on his property….”  “It cannot be said that the British authorities set the native Princes a good example in the matter of carefully conserving the wonderful tombs entrusted to their care….”

Cemetery Stone / Memorial Catalogs on Stone Quarries and Beyond: 

          See:  “Ordering Monumental / Cemetery Stones from Catalogs / Price Lists, etc.

Chacon, Mark A. Architectural Stone: Fabrication, Installation, and Selection. New York: Wiley, c1999.

Chalekode, P. K., T. R. Blackwood and S. R. Archer.Source Assessment: Crushed Limestone: State of the Art. Cincinnati, Ohio: Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Springfield, Va. (Available through the National Technical Information Service.) 1978.

Chamberlin, T. C., et al. Geology of Wisconsin. Survey of 1873-1879: Volume I, Part I: General Geology; Part II: Natural History; Part III: Industrial Resources. Madison, WI, 1883. 725 pp.

Champlin, P. Raphael Pumpelly: Gentleman Geologist of the Gilded Ages. Tuscaloosa and London, The University of Alabama Press, 1994, 273 pp.

Chance, H. M. "The Slate Quarries (on the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers in Pennsylvania) in 1875," Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania Report of Progress D3, vol. 1, Lehigh and Northampton Counties, 1883. 148-160.

Chase, Theodore, and Laurel Gabel. “ The Colburn Connections: Hollis, New Hampshire Stonecarvers, 1780-1820,” Markers III, pp. 93-146, Association for Gravestone Studies. (Massachusetts, New Hampshire, USA)

Chase, Theodore, and Laurel Gabel. “Seven Initial Carvers of Boston, 1700-1725,” Markers V, pp. 210-232, Association for Gravestone Studies. (Massachusetts, New York, USA)

Chester, F. D. The Gabbros and Associated Rocks in Delaware. United State Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1890. 45 pp.

Chidester, A. H., and H. W. Worthington. Talc and Soapstone in the United States (Map). U.S. Geological Survey Mineral Resource Map MR-31 (with accompanying text, 9 pp.), 1962.

Child, Edwin B. "The Marble Mountains," originally published in Scribner's Magazine, vol. XXXVII, no. 5, May 1905. Reprinted in Tales of Old New England, published by Castle Books, Inc., Secaucus, New Jersey: 1986. (Dorset stone quarries)

Child, Mark. Discovering Church Architecture. Db 214, Buckinghamshire, UK: Shire Publications, 64 pp., ISBN 0 7478 0173 8. ("In most towns and villages the parish church is the oldest and the most interesting building. No two churches are quite alike; each one is a unique work of art, worth visiting for its beauty and character and its fittings as well as for the special atmosphere of peace and holiness that all churches seem to possess.This book helps to break down the mystique that surrounds ecclesiastical architecture. It is a dictionary explaining in simple language over 600 of the terms that are likely to be encountered on a visit to a church and is illustrated with more than 300 drawings.")

Chow, Chun-shing, and Elizabeth Kenworthy Teather. “Chinese Graves and Gravemarkers in Hong Kong,” in Markers XV, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1998.

Chow, Minchen Ming. The Pennsylvanian Mill Creek Limestone in Pennsylvania. Harrisburg: Topographic-Geologic Survey, 1951. 36 pp. (This book contains information about the limestone existing in the Wilkes-Barre area of Pennsylvania.)

Christiansen, J. D. and A. C. Geologic Map of Wyoming. Reston, Virginia: U. S. Geological Survey, 1985.

Christiansen, R. L. Wyoming Geologic Highway Map. Canon City, Colorado: Western Geographic, Geology Map G 4261, C5 1986, C4 1991.

Chronic, Halka. Roadside Geology of Arizona. Mountain Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, May 1983. Paperback, 321 pp., ISBN: 0878421475.

Chronic, Halka, and Felicie Williams. Roadside Geology of Colorado. Mountain Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, October 2002. Hardcover, 2nd ed., 416 pp., ISBN: 0878424474.

Chronic, Halka. Roadside Geology of New Mexico. David Alt (Editor) Donald W. Hyndman (Editor), Mountain Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, July 1987. Paperback, 255 pp., ISBN: 0878422099.

Chronic, Halka. Roadside Geology of Utah. Mountain Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, February 1990. Paperback, 325 pp., ISBN: 0878422285.

Chronic, Halka. Time, Rocks, and the Rockies. Mountain Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, August 1984. Paperback, 120 pp., ISBN: 0878421726.

Chronic, John and Halka. Prairie Peak and Plateau - A Guide to the Geology of Colorado, Colorado Geological Survey Bulletin 32. Denver, Colorado: Colorado Geological Survey, 1972.

Ciregna, Madeline. “Museum in the Garden: Mount Auburn Cemetery and American Sculpture, 1840-1860,” Markers XXI, pp. 100-147, Association for Gravestone Studies. (Massachusetts, New York, USA)

Clabaugh, Stephen E. Corundum Deposits of Montana, Bulletin 983. United States Geological Survey, Washington: Government Printing Office, 1952.

Clapp, Frederick G. Limestones of Southwestern Pennsylvania, Bulletin No. 249. Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1905.

Clark, Bob. Enfield, Connecticut, Stories Carved in Stone Series, Dog Pond Press, December 18, 2006, 272 pp., ISBN-10: 0975536257, ISBN-13: 978-0975536254. (Colonial era burial grounds of Enfield, Connecticut, USA)

Clarke, J. M. James Hall of Albany, Geologist and Palaeontologist, 1811-1898. Albany, New York, 1921, 565 pp.

Clark, P. C. Construction Materials Inventory of Riley County, Kansas. Kansas Department of Transportation, Materials Inventory Report, no. 35, 1978. 95 pp.

Clark, Rusty. Agawam, Massachusetts, Stories Carved in Stone Series, Dog Pond Press, September 28, 2005, 182 pp., ISBN-10: 0975536222, ISBN-13: 978-0975536223. (Colonial era cemeteries of Agawam, Massachusetts, USA)

Clark, Rusty. Holyoke, Massachusetts, Stories Carved in Stone Series, Dog Pond Press, September 15, 2006, 196 pp., ISBN-10: 0975536265, ISBN-13: 978-0975536261. (Colonial era cemeteries of Holyoke, Massachusetts, USA)

Clark, Rusty. West Springfield Massachusetts, Stories Carved in Stone Series, Dog Pond Press, July 2004, 168 pp., ISBN-10: 0975536206, ISBN-13: 978-0975536209. (Colonial era cemeteries of West Springfield, Massachusetts, USA)

Clark, W. B., and P. A. Lydon. "Mines and Mineral Resources of Calaveras County (California)," California Division Mines and Geology County Report 2, 1962. 217 pp.

Clark, W. B., and D. W. Carlson. "Mines and Mineral Resources of El Dorado County (California)," California Jour. Mines and Geology, vol. 52, 1956. 369-591.

Clarke, F. W., W. F. Hillebrand, F. L. Ransome, S. L. Penfield, Waldemar Lindgren, George Steiger, and W. T. Schaller. Contributions to Mineralogy From the United States Geological Survey. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1905.

Clarke, Rod. Carved in Stone: A History of the Barre Granite Industry. Rock of Ages Corporation, Barre, Vermont, to Commemorate The Bicentennial of The Permanent Settlement of Barre (1788-1988) and The Centennial of The Barre Granite Association (1889-1989). Barre, Vermont: Northlight Studio Press, 1989.

Clark, Somers, and R. Engelback. Ancient Egyptian Construction and Architecture. 1930. Dover, New York, 1990, 242 pp. (Some of the subjects discussed include: A detailed examination of Egyptian quarrying methods, transportation or stone, foundations, mortar, techniques for dressing and laying blocks of stone, pyramid construction, facing, sculpturing and painting masonry, and brickwork)

Clark, W. B., C. C. O'Harra, R. B. Rowe, and H. Ries. "The Mineral Resources of Allegany County," in C. C. O'Harra and others, The Geology of Allegany County. Maryland Geological Survey, Allegany County (Report), 1900. pp. 165-194.

Clark, W. B., and E. B. Mathews. Maryland Mineral Industries, 1896-97. Maryland Geological Survey, vol. 8, 1909.

Clark, W. B. "Mines and Mineral Resources of San Joaquin County, California," California Journal of Mines and Geology, vol. 51, 1955. 21-95.

Clark, W. B., and Mathews, E. B. Report on the Physical Features of Maryland, Together with an Account of the Exhibits of Maryland Mineral Resources, by the Maryland Geological Survey. Maryland Geological Survey Special Publication, vol. 6, Parts 1 and 2, Baltimore, Maryland, 1906.

Clarke, Somers, and R. Engelback. Ancient Egyptian Masonry: The Building Craft. Book Tree, 1999. 352 pp. ISBN: 158509059X.

Clauss, Francis J. Angel Island: Jewel of San Francisco Bay. Menlo Park CA: Briarcliff Press, 1982, 87 pp. (This book covers the history of Angel Island and is illustrated with B&W photos. On Angel Island a quarry supplied building stone for many buildings in San Francisco in the past.)

Cleveland Stone Co. Cleveland Grindstones, Catalog No. 11. Cleveland, Ohio: The Corday & Gross Company, 1914.

Clifton-Taylor, Alec, and A. S. Ireson. English Stone Building. London, 1983. 285 pp. (Architectural historian and a stone-mason combine their talents in this study.)

Clifton-Taylor, Alec. The Pattern of English Building. London: Faber and Faber Limited, 1972: 158-175. (A British perspective on slate.)

Clippinger, Donn Merrell. Building Blocks From Natural Lightweight Materials of New Mexico. Socorro. 1946. (Series: New Mexico. Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources. Bulletin no. 24.)

Cloos, Ernst. "Mineral Resources of Washington County," (Maryland) in The Physical Features of Washington County (Maryland). Maryland Department of Geology, Mines and Water Resources, Washington County (Report 14), 1951a. pp. 164-178.

Cloos, Ernst. "Stratigraphy of Sedimentary Rocks," (Maryland) in The Physical Features of Washington County (Maryland). Maryland Department of Geology, Mines and Water Resources, Washington County (Report 14), 1951b. pp. 17-94.

Cloose, Ernst, "Oolite Deforamation in the South Mountain Fold," Maryland: Bull. Geol. Soc. Am., vol. 58, 1947. pp. 843-918.

Clute, F. P. "History of the Marble Industry in Tennessee," Fifth Annual Report, Bureau of Labor, Statistics and Mines, Nashville, 1896.

Clutterbuck, P. J., and C.J. Talbot. Course Note on Rock as Construction Materials. Edited by W.G. Prewett. (Other Title: Training Program for Geoscientists in Development Rock as Construction Materials) Association of Geoscientists for International Development, 1982.

Cobleskill Historical Society. History of the Town of Cobleskill, Schoharie County, New York, published by the Cobleskill Historical Society, 1997, 224 pp. (Limestone quarries is one of the subjects covered.)

Colby, George N., assisted by H. E. Halfpenny and J. H. Stuart, CE. Atlas of the State of Maine, 1885. Philadelphia: F. Bourquin, 1885. (Some of the topics covered in the book include statistics and descriptions of History, Educational System, Geology, Railroads, Natural Resources, History, Educational System, Geology, Railroads, and Natural Resources.)

Colby, S. F. "Occurrences and Uses of Dolomite in the United States," U. S. Bureau of Mines Inf. Circular 7192, 1941.

Coldstream, Nicola. Masons and Sculptors. London: British Museum Press, 1991. 72 pp. ISBN:0714120480.

Coldstream, Nicola. Medieval Craftsmen: Masons and Sculptors. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1991.

Cole, G. A. J. "Common Stones." London: Andrew Melrose, 1922.

Cole, G. A. J. Rocks and Their Origin. Cambridge University Press, 1912. (Citation from The Slates of Wales, by F. J. North, 2nd ed., pub. by the National Museum of Wales and by the Press Board of the University of Wales, 1927)

Colletta, John Phillip. They Came In Ships: A Guide to Finding Your Immigrant Ancestor's Ship. 3rd ed., June 2002. 167 pp. (The author gives step-by-step through the research process, whether the immigrant ancestor arrived in a sailing vessel in the sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth, or nineteenth century, or on board a steamship in the nineteenth or twentieth century. This third edition contains expanded discussions of colonial period immigrant records and port-by-port peculiarities of the federal records, as well as links to Internet sources and new illustrations.) (Click here to view the sources cited in this book presented on the Ancestry web site.)

Colley, D. "New Interest in Ribbon Slate," Stone World. vol. 7, no. 6, 1990. 43-48.

Collison, Gary. “Remembering Man’s Other Best Friend: U.S. Horse Graves and Memorials in Historical Perspective,” in Markers XXII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2005. (Kentucky, Montana, Pennsylvania, Virginia, USA)

Colorado-Yule Marble Company. Views of Quarries and Their Product. The Colorado-Yule Marble Company. ca 1910.

"Comparison of Experiments on American and Foreign Building Stones to Determine Their Relative Strength and Durability," American Journal Sci. 2 ser., vol. xi, 1851.

Conant, Edward. Vermont History. Rutland, VT: The Tuttle Company, 1895. 300 pp.

Conkling, Philip W. Islands In Time, A natural and human history of the Islands of Maine. Down East Books, 1981. 222 pp.

Conley, J. E., Hewitt Wilson, T. A. Klinefelter, and others. Production of Lightweight Concrete Aggregates from Clays, Shales, Slates, and Other Materials. U.S. Bureau of Mines Report Inv. RI 4401, 1948. 121 pp.

Conley, J. F. Mineral Localities in North Carolina. North Carolina Division of Mineral Resources Information Circular 16, 1958. 83 pp.

Connecticut Quarries Company, Inc., The. Trap Rock for Endurance. New Haven, Connecticut: The Wilson H. Lee Company. ("The purpose of this booklet is to explain the uses of Trap Rock, and to show it's advantages in various kinds of construction.")

Connecticut State. Laying of the Corner-Stone of the Connecticut State Library and Supreme Court Building at Hartford May 25 1909. Connecticut: Connecticut State, 1909.

Connor, Cathy, and Daniel O'Haire. Roadside Geology of Alaska. Mountain Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, April 1988. Paperback, 256 pp., ISBN: 0878422137.

Conrad, Stephen G. Crystalline Limestones of the Piedmont and Mountain Regions of North Carolina, Bulletin No. 74. North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development, Division of Mineral Resources, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1960. 56 pp.

Construction with Large Stone. New York, N.Y.: ASCE Press, c1995. 45 pp., (Technical engineering and design guides as adapted from the US Army Corps of Engineers; No. 13) ISBN:0784400792.

Cook, Martin. Medieval Bridges. Archaeology 77, Buckinghamshire, UK: Shire Publications, 64 pp., ISBN 0 7478 0384 6.

Cook, Ruth Beaumont. A brief history of Sylacauga Marble, written in preparation for the Sylacauga Marble Festival April 17-30, 2009, Alabama/Piestrasanta, Italy Cultural Exchange sponsored by the Alabama State Council on the Arts, A product of the B. B. Comer Memorial Public Library Foundation, Sylacauga, Alabama, 2009, 34 pp.

Cook, T. E., M. P. Turner, and T. A. Simpson. Alabama's Mineral Industry. Alabama Geological Survey Information Ser. 32, 1963. 41 pp.

Coons, Altha T. "Slate," Mineral Resources of the United States, Calendar Year 1904-1910. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office.

Coons, A. T. "The Stone Industry in 1904," Mineral Resources of the United States for 1904. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1905. 563-605.

Coons, A. T. "Stone," Mineral Resources of the United States for 1907, Part 2. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 563-605.

Cooper, B. N. Geology and Mineral Resources of the Burkes Garden Quadrangle, Virginia. Virginia Geological Survey Bulletin 60, 1944a. 299 pp.

Cooper, B. N. "Industrial Limestones and Dolomites in Virginia: Clinch Valley District," Virginia Geological Survey Bulletin 66, 1945. 259 pp.

Cooper, B. N. "Industrial Limestones and Dolomites in Virginia: New River-Roanoke District," Virginia Geological Survey Bulletin 62. 1945.

Cooper, C. L. The Sycamore Limestone, by Oklahoma Geological Survey, Chas. N. Gould, Director, Circular No. 9, 27 pp.

Cooper J. D. "Stone," Mineral Facts and Problems, Bulletin 650. U.S. Bureau of Mines, 1970. 1219-1235.

Corbella, Enrico. The Architect's Handbook of Marble, Granite, and Stone. (Manuale dei Marmi Pietre Graniti) Illustrations by Renato Zini. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 3 v., ill. 1990. ISBN:0442239602.

Corbishley, Mike. The World of Architectural Wonders. New York: 1996. (Examines the stories behind such wonders of the world's architecture as the pyramids of Giza, the Great Wall of China, Chartes Cathedral, the city of Venice, and Hoover Dam.)

Corliss, Carlton J., and Eileen Smith Cunningham. Rural Railroads: Prelude Trails to Rails, Part I: Trails To Rails: A Story of Transportation, Progress In Illinois. Part II: Rural Railroads: Greene County, by Eileen Smith Cunningham, 1956. (The Rockbridge Quarry is mentioned.)

Cornelius, Elias. "On the Geology, Mineralogy, Scenery and Curiosities of Virginia, Tennessee and the Alabama and Mississippi Territories, Etc., with miscellaneous remarks in a letter to the editor." Amer. Jour. Sci. vol. I, 1819. 214-226. (Entry from the Bibliography, The History of the Quarrying Industry chapter, of Maryland Geological Survey, vol. II, 1898.)

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Councill, Richard J. Petrography and Economic Aspects of the Miscellaneous Commercial Rocks of North Carolina. Raleigh, 1955.

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Cranage, D. H. S. Cathedrals and How They Were Built. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1948. 62 pp. (Short architectural history of the great Cathedrals and how they were built. Studies mainly English cathedrals, but also includes some European examples such as Rheims.)

Crawford, J. J. "California Slate and Slate Industry," Twelfth Report of the State Mineralogist. California State Mining Bureau, 1894.

Crawford, Sybil F. “Metal Gravemarkers: Artistry Beyond Stone,” in Association for Gravestone Quarterly, Vol. 31, No. 3, Summer, 2007, pp. 4-6.

Crawford, Sybil. “Overlooked Opportunities: Monumental Careers,” in AGS Quarterly: Bulletin of the Association for Gravestone Studies, Vol. 33, No. 1, Winter 2009, pp. 6-8.

Crawford, Sybil F. “The Thomas Foster Mausoleum: Canada’s Taj Mahal,” in Markers XX, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2003. (Ontario, Canada)

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Cyprus. Ktematologiko kai Chorometriko Tmema. Survey of Cyprus Mines & Quarries Map, (Map) 2nd ed., 1950. (Brought up to date: 1970) Other Titles: Cyprus Mines & Quarries Map, Nicosia: The Dept., 1970.

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