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Eakin, E. M. “Mineral Resources of the Yukon-Koyukuk Region, United States Geological Survey Bulletin 592. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1914. 371-384.

Eakle, Arthur S. Minerals Associated with The Crystalline Limestone at Crestmore (Quarry), Riverside County, California, University of California Publications Bulletin of the Department of Geology Vol. 10, No. 19, pp. 327-360, pls. 21-24, issued October 17, 1917.

Eardley-Wilmot, V. L. "Abrasives," pt. 2, Corundum and Diamond. Canada Department of Mines, Mines Branch (Pub. 675), 1927a. 51 pp.

Earle, J. B. F. A Century of Road Materials. Oxford: D. J. Blackwell, 1971. (The history of the Roadstone division of Tarmac Ltd. Hardback.)

Early American Industries Association, Inc. (EAIA). The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association (Magazine published quarterly.)

Indexes for Volumes of The Chronicle (from 1992)The Chronicle Subject IndexThe Chronicle Author Index.

Early American Industries Association, Inc. (EAIA). A Pattern Book of Tools and Household Goods, 2006 in the “Publications” section of the web site.. (“This book is a reprint of a pattern book probably issued by W. & C. Wynn of Birmingham about 1820.”)

Earney, Fillmore C. "The Slate Industry of Vermont," The Journal of Geography, vol. LXII, no. October, 1963.

Eaton, Amos. An Index to the Geology of the Northern States, with a Transverse Section from the Catskill Mountains to the Atlantic. Hori Brown, Leicester, Massachusetts, 1818, 52 pp.

Eby, J. B. The Geology and Mineral Resources of Wise County and the Coal-Bearing Portion of Scott County, Virginia. Virginia Geological Survey Bulletin 24, 1923. 617 pp.

Eckel, Edwin C. (Edwin Clarence). Building Stones and Clays; Their Origin, Characters and Examination. 1st ed., 1st thousand, New York: J. Wiley, 1912.

Eckel, E. C. Cement Resources and Lime, Gypsum (Mussel Shoals District) (Alabama) (abs.). Alabama Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 7, 1935. pp. 35.

Eckel, E. C. Limestone Deposits of the San Francisco Region (California). California Div. Mines and Mining Report 29, 1933. 353.

Eckel, Edwin B. Minerals of Colorado: A 100-Year Record, United States Geological Survey Bullet 114. Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1961.

Eckel, Edwin B., et al. Minerals of Colorado. Denver Museum of Natural History, Shirley K. Mosburg, Fulcrum Publishing, rev. ed. October 1997. 665 pp, ISBN: 1555913652.

Eckel, Edwin C. "On a California Roofing Slate of Igneous Origin," Jour. Geol, vol. 12, no. 1, 1904. 15-24.

Eckel, Edwin C. "On the Chemical Composition of American Shales and Roofing Slates," Jour. Geol, vol. 12, no. 1, 1904. 25-29.

Eckel, Edwin C. Portland Cement Materials and Industry in the United States, United States Geological Survey Bulletin 522. With contributions by Ernest F. Burchard and others, Washington: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1913. (This book is available for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format on Google Book Search.)

Eckel, Edwin C. "Slate Deposits of California and Utah," Bulletin 225, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1904. 417-422.

Eckert, Eva. “From Moravia to Texas: Immigrant Acculturation at the Cemetery,” in Markers XIX, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2002.

Eckert, Eva. “Gravestones and the Linguistic Ethnography of Czech-Moravians in Texas,” in Markers XVIII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2001.

Eckert, Eva. “Language and Ethnicity Maintenance: Evidence of Czech Tombstone Inscriptions,” in Markers XV, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1998. (Texas, USA)

Eckley, R. S. Economic Development in Southwestern Kansas, Part 3, Mineral Resources and Industries. Kansas University, Bureau of Business Research, Lawrence, KS, 1955. 33 pp.

Eco, Umberto. Art and Beauty in the Middle Ages. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1986.

Edinburgh in the Days of our Grandfathers, ca 1886. (This book includes a print of Craigleith Quarries, near Edinburgh, by Thomas Shepherd. The author of the book is not known.)

Edmundson, R. S. "Industrial Limestones and Dolomites of Virginia: Northern and Central Parts of the Shenandoah Valley," Virginia Geological Survey Bulletin 65. 1945. 195 pp.

Edson, George E. "Geology of the Town of Swanton," Sixth Report State Geologist of Vermont, 1907-8. 217-219.

Egenhoff, Elizabeth (compiler). Fabricas: A Collection of Picture and Statements on The Mineral Materials Used in Building Prior To 1850. Sacramento: California Journal of Mines, 1952.

Eglestone, Thomas "The Cause and Prevention of the Decay of Building Stone," Trans. Am. Soc. Civ. Eng., vol. 15, 1886.

Ehlers, E. G., and J. H. Richardson."Mineralogical Factors involved in the Formation of Lightweight Aggregates," pt. 2 of Everhart, J. O., and others, A Study of Lightweight Aggregates. Ohio State University, Eng. Expt. Sta. Bulletin 169, 1958. pp. 24-44.

Ehlers, G. M., and R. E. Radabaugh. "The Rogers City Limestone, a New Middle Devonian Formation in Michigan," Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters, Papers, vol. 23, 1938. 441-446.

Eilerston, N. A. "The Mineral Industry of Maryland," in U.S. Bureau of Mines, Minerals Yearbook, 1963. Washington D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, v. 3, 1964. pp. 527-538.

Eilerston, N. A. "The Mineral Industry of Maryland," in U.S. Bureau of Mines, Minerals Yearbook, 1964. Washington D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, v. 3, 1965. pp. 493-502.

EIP Associates. Final Environmental Impact Report for the Leona Quarry. Prepared for the City of Oakland Planning Department by EIP Associates, San Francisco: The Associates, 1987.

Ekblaw, George, and Don Carroll. Typical Rocks and Minerals in Illinois. State of Illinois (Henry Horner, Governer), Department of Registration and Education, State Board of Natural Resources and Conservation and Committee on Geological Survery, 1931, 80 pp.

Elberton Blue Granite. Special Granite Designs in the Famous Pride of Elberton Blue Granite, Design Book No. 16 & Price List for Special Granite Designs, No. 16-H (pdf), 1920’s.  (Monument catalog and price list for Elberton Blue Granite monuments from Georgia)

Eldridge, G. H. A Geological Reconnaissance in Northwest Wyoming, Bulletin 119. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1894. 72 pp.

Elia, Ricardo J. “Silent Stones in a Potter’s Field: Gravemarkers at the Almshouse Burial Ground in Uxbridge, Massachusetts,” in Markers IX, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1992.

Elliott, Bruce S.  “Memorializing the Civil War Dead:  Modernity and Corruption under the Grant Administration” (pdf).  Markers XXVI, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2011, pp. 15-55.  (Reprinted with permission of the Association for Gravestone Studies.  This article describes the need to mass produce the Civil War headstones rather than by individual stone carvers. Contracts for the headstones and bases were given out to several different quarries and companies in Vermont, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Kansas, and Tennessee. The need for large numbers of markers also increased the use of the sandblasting process to speed up carving the names on the stones. Both mass production the sandblasting process caused great changes in the work of the stone carvers, which led to demands by the stone workers’ unions, such as the eight-hour work day.)

Elliott, Huger. Monumental Art. Granite, Marble and Bronze, 1923, available on the Internet Archive.

Emerson, Benjamin, and Joseph H. Perry. The Green Schists and Associated Granites and Porphyries of Rhode Island, Bulletin No. 311. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1907, 74 pp.

Emlen, Robert P. “Protective Custody: The Museum’s Responsibility for Gravestones,” Markers I, pp. 142-147, Association for Gravestone Studies.

Emmons, Ebenezer. Geology of New York, Part II. Comprising the Survey of the Second Geological District. White and Visscher, New York, 1842, 437 pp.

Emmons, Ebenezer. “The Taconic System: Based on Observations in New York, Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont, and Rhode Island.” Albany, vii, 1844, 65 pp. (Reprinted, without preface, but with an Appendix to the Taconic System, in Agriculture of New york, Vol. I, 1846, pp. 45-112.)

Emmons, S. F., and C. W. Hayes (geologists in charge). Contributions to Economic Geology, 1902, Bulletin 213. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1903. 449 pp.

Emmons, S. F., and C. W. Hayes, (geologists in charge). Contributions to Economic Geology, 1903, Bulletin 225. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1904. 527 pp.

Emmons, S. F., and C. W. Hayes, (geologists in charge). Contributions to Economic Geology, 1904, Bulletin 260. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1905. 620 pp.

Emmons, S.F., and E. C. Eckel. Contributions to Economic Geology 1906, Bulletin 315. United States Geological Survey, Washington: Government Printing Office, 1907. (A couple of the stone-related sections include: “Building Stone and Road Metal,” pp. 456-360, “Recent Work in New England,” by T. N. Dale; “Survey publications on building stone and road metal.” “Portland, Natural, Puzzolian Cements,” pp. 225-246: “Iowa: Portland cement materials near Dubuque,” by E. F. Burchard, and “Portland cement in eastern Wyoming,” by S. H. Ball. “Survey publications on Portland, natural, and puzzolian cements.”) (This book is available on Google Book Search – Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

Emmons, S. F., Whitman Cross, and G. H. Eldridge. Geology of the Denver Basin, United States Geological Survey Monograph 27, Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1896. (Early treatment of the surface geology around Denver, with many historic illustrations.)

Emmons, W. H. Principles of Economic Geology. 2nd ed., New York: McGraw-Hill, 1940.

Engelbach, R. The Problem of Obelisks: From a Study of the Unfinished Obelisk at Aswan. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1923. (This book is about quarrying, transporting, and erecting obelisks by a leading early Egyptologist.)

English Stone Forum* – List (images of) of Information Sheets on British Stone (1954-1957) (* The English Stone Forum was the forerunner of the Stone Federation Great Britain.)

Erd, Richard, and Seymour Greenberg. Minerals of Indiana. Indiana Geological Survey Bulletin No. 18. 73 pp.

Erkkila, Barbara H. Hammers on Stone: The History of Cape Ann Granite. Woolwich, Maine: TBW Books, 1980.

Evans, Catherine S. From Sea to Prairie – A Primer of Kansas Geology. “A general discussion of the changing Kansas landscape, geologic time, rocks and minerals, and fossils of Kansas is undertaken. The state is broken into 11 regions, and the book addresses the rock type, age, and landscape of each region.”

Evans, J. R., and others. Mines and Mineral Deposits in Death Valley National Monument (Inyo and San Bernardino Counties), California, Special Report 125. California Division of Mines and Geology, 1976.

Evans, T. B., and N. A. Eilertsen. "Mining Methods and Costs at the Sunbright Limestone Mine, Foote Mineral Co., Sunbright, Virginia," U. S. Bureau of Mines Inf. Circular 7793, 1957.

Everhart, J. O., and others. A Study of Lightweight Aggregates (Ohio). Ohio State University, Eng. Expt. Sta. Bull. 169, 1958. 69 pp.

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