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Faill, R. T. The Fourth Geological Survey of Pennsylvania: The Resource Years. Pennsylvania Geology, v. 18, no. 1, 1986, pp. 23-32.

Fairbairn, H. W. Structural Petrology of Deformed Rocks. Addison-Wesley Press Inc., Cambridge, Mass., 1949. 344 pp.

Fairbanks, Harold W. “Geology of the Mother Lode Region,” California Mineral Bur. Report 10. 1890. 23-90.

Fairbanks, Jonathan L. “Eternal Celebration in American Memorials,” Markers XVI, 1999, pp. 104-137, Association for Gravestone Studies. (New York, Pennsylvania, Washington D.C., USA)

Fairley, W. M. The Murphy Syncline in the Tate Quadrangle, Georgia. Georgia Department of Mines, Mining and Geology Bulletin 75, 1965. 71 pp.

Fairley, W. M. Unpublished dissertation on the Tate Marble District, Georgia. Johns Hopkins University. Work sponsored by Georgia Department of Mines, Mining, and Geology.

Faithfull, J. The Ross of Mull Granite Quarries. New Iona Press, 1995.

Fant, J. Clayton (edited by), with contributions by Tony Kozelj, et al. Ancient Marble Quarrying and Trade: Papers from a Colloquium held at the Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, San Antonio, Texas. December 1986. Oxford, England: B.A.R., 1988. ISBN:0860545822. (Subject: Greece Marble industry and trade)

Farber, Daniel and Jessie Lie, Photographers. “The Center Church Crypt of New Haven, Connecticut: A Photographic Essay,” Text by Gray Williams, Jr., in Markers IX, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1992.

Farber, Daniel and Jessie Lie. “Early Pennsylvania Gravemarkers,” Markers V, pp. 96-121, Association for Gravestone Studies.

Farfan, Matthew. “Cemeteries in Quebec: Heritage at Risk,” in AGS Quarterly: Bulletin of The Association For Gravestone Studies, Vol. 33, No. 1, Winter 2009, pp. 15-16.

Fay, A. H. A Glossary of The Mining and Mineral Industry, U. S. Bureau of Mines Bulletin 95, 1948, 754 pp.

Fearnsides, W. G. "The Tremadoc Slates and Associated Rocks of South-East Carnarvonshire," Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society (London), vol. 66, 1910. 142-188.

Federal Writers' Project, Works Progress Administration for State of Vermont. Vermont: A Guide to the Green Mountain State. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1937.

Feininger, Andreas. Stone and Man: A Photographic Exploration. Other title: Man and Stone, publisher: New York: Dover Publications, 1979, c1961. 128 pp. ISBN:0486237567.

Feitler, S. A. "The Mineral Industry of New York," in U.S. Bureau Mines, Minerals Yearbook, 1963. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, v. 3, 1964. pp. 771-796.

Feller, Fenneman, N. M. Geology and Mineral Resources of the St. Louis Quadrangle: Missouri. United States Geological Survey, Washington D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1911.

Feller, Richard T. For Thy Great Glory (the Washington National Cathedral), Culpeper, Va.: Community Press of Culpeper, 1965.

Feller, Richard T. Sculpture and Carving at Washington Cathedral. Washington, D.C.: Protestant Episcopal Cathedral Association, 1976.

Fenza, Paula J. “Communities of the Dead: Tombstones as a Reflection of Social Organization,” Markers VI, pp.136-157, Association for Gravestone Studies.

Ferguson, E. G. W. "Peach Bottom Slate Deposits, Pennsylvania," Min. World. vol. 33, 1910. 183, 184.

Ferro, Maximilian L. Evolution of Masonry Construction in American Architectural Styles. Downers Grove, Ill.: SERMAC Surface Maintenance Systems, c1976. 43 pp.

Feuchtwanger. A Popular Treatise on Gems, in Reference to Their Scientific Value; A Guide For The Teacher of Natural Sciences, The Jeweller, and Amateur: Together With a Description of The Elements of Mineralogy, and All Ornamental and Architectural Materials. New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1859.

Feuchtwanger, Lewis. A Popular Treatise On Gems: In Reference To Their Scientific Value: A Guide For The Teacher of Natural Sciences, the Jeweller, And Amateur: Together With a Description of the Elements of Mineralogy, and All Ornamental and Architectural Materials. 3rd ed., New York: Feuchtwanger, 1867.

Fields, Curtis P. Forgotten Art of Building a Stone Wall: An Illustrated Guide to Dry Wall Construction. Dublin, NH: Yankee, Inc., 1971. 61 pp.

Finnell, David Vance. “Fifty Years of Reliability: The Stonecarving Career of Charles Lloyd Neale (1800-1866) in Alexandria, Virginia,” in Markers X, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1993.

Fiodorov, B. Architecture of the Russian North 12th-19th Centuries. Leningrad: Aurora Art Publishers, 1976. (A book with a broad time range of historical Northern Russian architecture.)

Fischer, Moshe. Marble Studies: Roman Palestine and the Marble Trade. With contributions by Z. Pearl and Tziona Grossmark, Konstanz: UVK, Universitätsverlag Konstanz, 1998. 323 pp.

Flint, N. K. Geology and Mineral Resources of Southern Somerset County (Pennsylvania). Pennsylvanian Geological Survey, 4th ser., County Report C56A, 1965. 267 pp.

Flint, N. K. Geology of Perry County, Ohio. Ohio Division of Geological Survey Bulletin 48, 1951. 234 pp.

Flint, N. K. Stratigraphy, Structure, and Economic Geology of Southern Somerset County and Adjacent Parts of Bedford and Fayette Counties, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Geologists Ann. Field Conf., 27th, 1962, Guidebook. 34 pp.

Flint Granite Company. Flint Granite Company, Builders of Artistic Memorials in Granite, Marble and Bronze (PDF), New York City, New York; Factory (Factory: Albany, N.Y.), 31 pp.

Fitzsimmons, John. (Poem) “Joshua Sawyer,” in Markers XVI, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1999.

Floyd, R. J. Tennessee Rock and Mineral Resources. Tennessee Division of Geology Bulletin 66, 1965. 119 pp.

Forbes, Harriette M. “Symbolic Cemetery Gates in New England,” in Markers VII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1990. (Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, USA)

Ford, Nancy. Stone Quarrying in Loveland's Foothills: Through the Centuries. (Colorado) (Available from the Loveland Museum/Gallery, 503 N. Lincoln Avenue, Loveland, CO 80537.)

Forrester, J. D. Field and Mining Geology. New York: Wiley, 1946.

Foster, Clement Le Neve, Sir. The Elements of Mining and Quarrying. With nearly 300 illustrations, New York: London, C. Griffin and Company, Limited, The Engineering and Mining Journal, 1903. (3rd ed. 1917)

Foster, C. Le Neve. "Notes on Aberllefenny Slate Mine," Transactions Royal Geological Society of Cornwall. vol. 10, 1887. 167-174. (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)

Foster, Gary, and Richard L. Hummel. “Applications of Developing Technologies to Cemetery Studies,” in Markers XVII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2000.

Foster, Gary S., and Richard L. Hummell. “The Adkins-Woodson Cemetery: A Sociological Examination of Cemeteries as Community,” in Markers XII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1995. (Illinois, USA)

Fouts, C. R., et. al. Building Stone and Historic Structures in Downtown Toronto. Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, Geological Association of Canada, Toronto 1991 Organizing Committee, 1991.

Fox, H. "The Variegated Slates of North Cornwall," Roy. Geol. Soc. Cornwall Trans., vol. 13, 1906.

Francaviglia, Richard. “Isolation and Memory: Lessons from an Unusual Nevada Gravesite,” in Markers XXIII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2006.

Francis, Theresa V. Crystal River Saga; Lore of the Colorado Rockies, In Association with Will L. Francis. Carbondale, Colo.: 1959. 48 pp. (Subjects: Marble industry and trade, Colorado, Gunnison County Gunnison County, Colorado.)

Frank, T. Roman Buildings of the Republic: An attempt to date them from their materials. Papers and Monographs of the American Academy in Rome, III, Roma: American Academy in Rome, 1924.

Frazer, Persifor, Jr. "Geology of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania," Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania, Report of Progress, 1877. vol. CCC, Harrisburg, 1880. Roofing slate quarries of Lancaster and York counties, pp. 179-190, pls. 7, 8.

Freeman, James A. “The Protestant Cemetery in Florence and Anglo-American Attitudes Toward Italy,” in Markers X, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1993.

Freeman, James. “Singapore’s Multicultural Cemetery and Its Chinese Section,” in Markers XXIII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2006.

French, J. H. Historical and Statistical Gazetteer of New York State. Syracuse, N.Y., R.P. Smith, 1860, [1861], 752 pp.

Friedman, G. M. Geology at Rensselaer: A Historical Perspective. The Compass of Sigma Gamma Epsilon, vol. 57, no. 1, 1979, pp. 1–15.

Friedman, G.M. “James D. Dana and Fay Edgerton: Students and/or Disciples of Amos Eaton.” American Journal of Science, v. 298, 1998, pp. 608–610.

Friedman, G.M., and Sanders, J.E. Principles of Sedimentology. New York, John Wiley & Sons, 1978, 792 pp.

Friedman, S. A. "Petrology of the Maxville Limestone From Parts of Muskingum and Perry Counties, Ohio," Ohio Journal of Science, vol. 56, 1956. 1-9.

Freitag, Joseph Kendall. Fire Prevention and Fire Protection as Applied to Building Construction: A Handbook of Theory and Practice. New York: J. Wiley & Sons, 1912. (This book is available on Google Book Search – Full View Books)

Frye, J. C. Development of Kansas Mineral Resources. Kansas Geological Survey, Open-file Report, no. 1944-1, 1944. 6 pp.

Frye, Keith. Roadside Geology of Virginia. David Alt (Editor) Donald W. Hyndman (Editor) Ramesh Venkatakrishnan (Illustrator), Mountain Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, September 1986. Paperback, 278 pp., ISBN: 0878421998.

Fuller, Glen Eugene. Gods in Strange Places: The Untold Story of the Maya. Utah?: G.E. Fuller, c1986. (Subjects: Implements quarries and quarrying, Mexico quarries and quarrying.)

Furcron, A. S. Geological Provinces of Georgia and Their Principal Mineral Resources. State of Georgia, Department of Mines, Mining & Geology, reprinted from Short Contributions to the Geology, Geography and Archeology of Georgia, Georgia Geological Survey, Bulletin No. 56, 1950. (This paper is in the same booklet with "The Industrial Minerals of Georgia," by Garland Peyton.)

Furcron, A. S. "The Production of Stone in Georgia," Georgia Mineral Newsletter, v. 17, 1964-65. pp. 25-30.

Furcron, A. S., A. C. Munyan, Garland Peyton, and R. W. Smith. Mineral Resources of Georgia. Atlanta Georgia: Geological Survey, 1938. 100 pp.

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