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Introduction and summary: Pulmonary tuberculosis, silicosis, granite; Previous investigations in the stone industry: Phthisis, tuberculosis, Aberdeen; Mortality among granite stone workers: Pulmonary tuberculosis, granite cutters, schist; Mortality among families of granite cutters: Caledonia Counties, granite, female genital organs; Trade life and occupational changes: Transvaal, living granite, granite cutters; Supplementary considerations: Limestone, influenza, Calcium carbonate; Comparative occupational mortality data: Pulmonary Tuberculosis, limestone, Netherlands; Stonedust correlation data: Calcium carbonate, silica, among granite cutters; Other investigations: Bendigo, silicosis, fibroid; General conclusions: Silica, sputum, Dyspnea; Appendix A Inquiry blank used in this investigation: Grinshill, quartz, Pulmonary Tuberculosis; Mineralogy of the dust problem: Biotite, feldspar, orthoclase; Appendix G Report of medical investigation of granite cutters of Barre Vermont: X-ray, Granite, radiograms; Appendix H German sickfund experience: Cape Town, Silicosis, stonecutters; Charts: Lead poisoning, Anthrax, occupational disease.
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“This field trip focuses on the geological aspects of historical events, particularly during the Civil War, in southwestern Missouri and explores the use of local stone over the past 200 years in that part of the state. A number of battles occurred in this region, including the Battle of Wilson’s Creek, the second important battle of the war….”
“The history of stone use in southwestern Missouri extends back to that of the Native Americans and has continued until the present day. Local limestone was utilized for buildings and lime, beginning in the nineteenth century. In the mid-twentieth century, this region once boasted that it had the largest dimension-stone quarries west of the Mississippi River. These are the quarries of the Carthage area in east-central Jasper County and the Phenix quarry in northwest Greene County. These areas historically have stood out as producers of building stone and ‘marble’ (polished limestone) slabs. Mississippian limestones were utilized in both: Phenix quarried the Osagean Burlington-Keokuk limestones (undivided), and Carthage Marble quarried the younger Meramecian Warsaw Formation. Burlington-Keokuk limestones were also quarried outside of the small town of Wilson Creek, located within the boundaries of the Battlefield.”
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Abstract: “Erhard Winkler noted the warping of marble tablets in the cemeteries of New Orleans in various editions of his classic work Stone: Properties, Durability in Man’s Environment, and others in the United States and Europe have noted and commented on the striking marble deformation seen in these and other cemeteries. This paper briefly reviews marble warping in New Orleans cemeteries and puts these observations into a larger context of marble warping in cemeteries in general (which is not rare but is generally not well documented) and into that of marble cladding used for buildings (which is well known and has become increasing well documented). This study also brings together disparate sources that discuss, note, or illustrate marble warping, particularly that in cemeteries.”
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Hetherington, John. Witness to Things Past. "Stone, Brick, Wood and Men in Early Victoria." Melbourne: Cheshire Pty. Ltd., 1964. 128 pp. (Shows historic buildings from all over Victoria.)
Hewitt, Abram, S. (Hon.) “A Century of Mining and Metallurgy in the United States.” pp. 357-378, in Statistics of Mines and Mining in the States and Territories West of the Rocky Mountains, Being the Eighth Annual Report of Rossiter W. Raymond, United States Commissioner of Mining Statistics, House of Representatives, 44th Congress, 1st session, Ex. Doc. 159, Washington: Government Printing Office, 1877. (This book is available on Google Book Search – Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer.)
Heyl, G. R., and G. W. Walker. "Geology of Limestone Near Gazelle, Siskiyou County, California," California Journal of Mines and Geology, vol. 45, 1949. 514-520.
Heyl, G. R., and J. H. Wiese. "Geology of Limestone Near Sonora, Tuolumne County, California," California Journal of Mines and Geology, vol. 45, 1949. 509-513.
Heyman, Jacques. The Stone Skeleton Structural Engineering of Masonry Architecture. Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 0521629632.
Hickok, W. O., IV, and F. T. Moyer. Geology and Mineral Resources of Fayette County, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Geological Survey, 4th ser., Bulletin C26, 1940. 530 pp.
Hieb, James. Sandstone Center of the World: Images and stories of quarry life in Amhest, South Amherst, and Lorain County, Ohio. (Foreword by Sally Cornwell), Quarrytown.net Publishing, 2007, 124 pp., ISBN: 978-0-6151-4653-9, available through quarrytown.net. (You can also download the book from this web site.)
Higgins, M. D. and R. Higgins. A Geological Companion to Greece and the Aegean. Cornell University Press (ISBN: 0801433371), London: Duckworth, 1996. 240 pp.
Higham, Mary. History of Solano County: An account of its geographical position; the origin of its name, topography, geology and springs; its organization; township system; early settlement, with descriptions of scenes as viewed by the pioneers, the first American argonauts of California; the Bear Flag; the discovery of gold; the progress of population and agriculture, the Mexican grants, the principal murders; incidents of settlements, elections, and table of county officers, and histories of Its Cities, Towns, Villages, Churches, Schools, Secret Societies, Etc. and also a full and particular Biography of Its Early Settlers and Principal Inhabitants. East Oakland, San Francisco, Cal.: Wood, Alley & Co., 1879. (Reprint with Preface by Mary Higham and Index prepared by Solano County Genealogical Society, James Stevenson Publisher, Fairfield, California.)
Hilgard, Eugene W. Report on the Geology and Agriculture of the State of Mississippi. 1860. 391 pp. (Publication of the Mississippi Office of Geology.)
Hill, Bridget. Women, Work and Sexual Politics in Eighteenth Century England. (UK) Lond: UCL, 1994, ISBN: 1857282132.
Hill, John R., Michael C. Moore, and John C. Mackey. Bedrock Geology and Mineral Resources of Putnam County, Indiana. Bloomington, Indiana: State of Indiana, Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey, 1982. Series: Geological Survey Special Report 26.
Hill, Mary. Geology of the Sierra Nevada. California Natural History Guides 37. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1975.
Hill, P. R., and J.C.E. David. Practical Stone Masonry. London: Donhead Publishing, 1995. ISBN: 1873394144.
Hill, R. T. The Present Condition of Knowledge of the Geology of Texas, Bulletin 45. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1887. 94 pp.
Hill, Ralph Nading. Vermont Album: A Collection of Early Vermont Photographs. Brattleboro, Vt: The Stephen Greene Press, 1974. 144 pp.
Hillebrand, W. F. "Chemical Notes on the Composition of the Roofing Slates of Eastern New York and Western Vermont," Nineteenth Annual Report, Part 3. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1899. 301-305.
Hills, E. S. Outlines of Structural Geology. Methuen and Co. Ltd., London. 1943. 172 pp.
Hinchey, N. S., R. B. Fischer, and W. A. Calhoun. "Limestones and Dolomites in the St. Louis Area (Missouri)," Missouri Geological Survey Report Inv. 5, 1947.
Hinds, Norman E. A. Evolution of the California Landscape, Bulletin 158. State of California, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mines, 1952.
Hirschman, A. O. The Strategy of Economic Development. New Haven Conn.: Yale University Press, 1958. 217 pp.
Hirt, Alfred Michael. Imperial Mines and Quarries in the Roman World Organizational Aspects 27 BC–AD 236. (Oxford Classical Monographs) Oxford University Press, 2010, ISBN-10: 0199572879, ISBN-13: 978-0199572878, 420 pp. (Product Description: “The control over marble and metal resources was of major importance to the Roman Empire. The emperor’s freedmen and slaves, officers and soldiers of the Roman army, equestrian officials, as well as convicts and free labour were seconded to mines and quarries throughout Rome’s vast realm. Alfred Hirt’s comprehensive study defines the organizational outlines and the internal structures of the mining and quarrying ventures under imperial control. The themes addressed include: challenges faced by those in charge of these extractive operations; the key figures, their subaltern personnel and their respective responsibilities; the role of the Roman army; the use of civilian partners in quarrying or mining ventures; and the position of the quarrying or mining organizations within the framework of the imperial administration.”)
Hiscox, Gardner D. Compressed Air: Its Production, Uses, and Applications; Comprising the Physical Properties of Air from a Vacuum to Its Highest Pressure, Its Thermodynamics, Compression, Transmission and Uses as a Motive Power…. N. W. Henley, 1909, 665 pp. (This book is available on Google Book Search for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)
Hislop, Malcolm. Medieval Masons. Archaeology 78, Buckinghamshire, UK: Shire Publications, 64 pp., ISBN 0 7478 0461 3.
History of Middlesex County Connecticut, New York: J. B. Beers Company, 1885. (The book covers the county's history for 250 years from 1635-1885. A couple of topics of interest covered are the quarries of Haddam, and the brownstone of Portland, Connecticut.)
History of Waukesha County, Wisconsin. The. Chicago: Western Historical Company, 1880.
Hitchcock, Prof. C. H., Prof. J. S. Newberry, and others (reports of). Central Vermont Marble Co. Charter, By-Laws and Reports. Prof. C. H. Hitchcock, Prof. J. S. Newberry, and others. New York: Tower, Gildersleeve & Co., 1873. 32 pp. and map.
Hitchcock, Charles H. "Geological Sections Across New Hampshire and Vermon,." Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist. vol. 1, 1884. 155.
Hitchcock, Charles H. "Roofing Slate in Maine," Preliminary Report, Nat. Hist. and Geol., State of Maine, 1861. 316-319.
Hitchcock, Charles H. "Roofing Slate in Piscataquis and Penobscot Counties, Maine," Second Annual Report. Nat. Hist. and Geol., State of Maine, part 2, 1862.
Hitchcock, C. H. "Saccharoid Azoic Limestone," Brief Report on the Geology of Plymouth: Report on the Geology of Vermont. vol. 1,. 555-558; vol. 2, pl. I. See also Limestone, vol. 2, 748, 749. (Literature on the eastern Vermont marbles)
Hitchcock, Charles H. "The Winooski Marble of Colchester, Vermont," Proc. Am. Assoc. Adv. Sci., vol. 16, 1867. 119.
Hitchcock, Edward. Preliminary Report on the Geology of Vermont. Montpelier: E. P. Walton, 1859.
Hitchcock, Edward, assisted by Albert D. Hager, Edward Hitchcock, Jr., Charles H. Hitchcock. Report on the Geology of Vermont, Descriptive, Theoretical, Economical, and Scenographical. 1861. vol. 1, 394-424; vol. 2, 690-692, 751-780.
Hobbs, June Hadden. “The Cowboy Cemetery of Kenton, Oklahoma,” in Markers XXII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2005.
Hobbs, June Hadden. “Say it with Flowers in the Victorian Cemetery,” in Markers XIX, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2002.
Hobbs, William H. On the Rocks Occurring in the Neighborhood of Ilchester, Howard County, Maryland. Being a Detailed Study of The Area Comprised in Sheet No. 16 of the Johns Hopkins University map; Johns Hopkins Univ. Cir. No. 65, vol. vii, 1888. 69-70. (Entry from the Bibliography, The History of the Quarrying Industry chapter, of Maryland Geological Survey, vol. II, 1898.)
Hobson, W. D. "Slate Quarrying in North Wales" The Quarry, vol. 26, 1921. 94-96. (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)
Hockensmith, Charles D. The Millstone Industry: A summary of research on quarries and producers in the United States, Europe and elsewhere. McFarland, June 7, 2009, 269 pp. (Portions of this book are available on Google eBook by clicking on “view sample”) (Chapters in this book include: Early American Millstone Documents, Millstone Quarrying in the United States, Millstone Makers and Urban Factories, The Rise and Fall of the American Millstone Industry Producers Annual Values and Decline, Foreign Millstones Imported to America, The Millstone Quarrying Industry Outside the United States, Artiﬁcial Millstones, Tools Used in Making and Sharpening Millstones, Working Conditions and Hazards in the Millstone Industry, and Conclusion.)
(Description from Google Books) “Since prehistoric times, the process of cutting rock to make millstones has been one of the most important industries in the world. The earliest rotary millstones, known as querns, were turned by human power. Later, larger millstones were manufactured that required animal, water, or wind power to turn them. These larger millstones required less human effort and ground greater quantities of grain, but also required regular maintenance and replacement. As a result, millstone quarries increased greatly in number and size in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with the largest quarry sites extending as far as nearly a half-mile square to about 12 square miles. The first part of this book compiles information on the millstone industry in the United States, which dates between the mid-1600s and the mid-1900s. Primarily based on archival research and brief accounts published in geological and historical volumes, it focuses on conglomerate, granite, flint, quartzite, gneiss, and sandstone quarries in different regions and states. The second part focuses on the millstone quarrying industry in Europe and other areas. Of the European millstone industry, the quarries of France, Germany, and Great Britain are most extensively documented, although the quarries of Albania, Austria, the Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland are also covered. The extensive bibliography provides scholars with many sources for future research. The book includes 84 photographs, 16 tables, and a helpful glossary of specialized and technical terms.”
Hocking, Salome. Norah Lang, the Mine Girl. Crombie, 1886. (Includes information on Women and Girls in Cornish Mining in the UK.)
Hodgson, Frederick Thomas. The Practical Stone-Cutter And Mason’s Assistant: Being a Collection of everyday examples showing arches, retaining walls, buttresses, skew-arches, vaults, domes and semi-domes, quoins, groins, etc., with explanation of the most approved and economical methods of working them out; together with a copious description of the tools used by stone, cutters, showing methods of use, etc., etc., New York: The Industrial Publication Company, 1899. (Available on Google Books.)
Holbrook, Stewart H. The Yankee Exodus: An Account of Migration from New England. New York: The MacMillan Company, 1950.
Holcombe, Lee. Victorian Ladies at Work: Middle-Class Working Women in England and Wales, 1850-1914. (UK) Newton Abbot: David and Charles, 1973, ISBN 0715364111.
Hollingworth, S. E., and J. H. Taylor. The Mesozoic Ironstones of England: The Northampton Sand Ironstone. 1951. (UK)
Holm, Jason, “Nineteenth Century Mortuary Architectural Styles,” Greenwood Cemetery, Cedar Falls, Iowa.
Holmes, J. A. (State Geologist of North Carolina). First Biennial Report, 1891-1892, North Carolina Geological and Economic Survey, 1893. 111 pp. (Investigations of Building Stone; Investigation of Coal and Marble; and Investigations of Diamond Drill.)
Holmes, J. A., and William Caine. Road Material and Road Construction in North Carolina. North Carolina Geological and Economic Survey, 1893.
Holzman, Malcolm. Stonework: Designing With Stone. Other titles: Stone Work, Victoria:Mulgrave, Images Pub. Group, c2001. ISBN:1864700831.
Hood, M. (Michael), Geoffrey C. Knight, and Edward D. Thimons. A Review of Water-Jet-Assisted Rock Cutting. Washington, D. C. (2401 E St., N. W., Washington 20241) : U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, 1990.
Hoover, Karl, and Robert Alberts. Industrial Minerals, in Ohio Division Geological Survey, A Century and a Half of Ohio's Minerals. Ohio Division Geological Survey Inf. Circular 24, 1959. pp. 21-34.
Hoover, Mildred Brook; Hero Eugene Rensch, and Ethel Grace Rensch; Revised by William N. Abeloe. Historic Spots in California. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, Third Edition, 1966.
Hopkins. (Areal report /reference on building stone in Arkansas), Arkansas Geological Survey, Annual Report, 1890, IV, 1893. (Citation from Economic Geology of the United States, by Heinrich Ries, 1907)
Hopkins. (Areal report /reference on Bedford limestone), Indiana Geological and Natural History Survey, Twentieth Annual Report, 1896, 188. (Citation from Economic Geology of the United States, by Heinrich Ries, 1907)
Hopkins. (Areal report /reference on Brownstones in Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania State College, Annual Report, 1895, Appendix, 1897. (Citation from Economic Geology of the United States, by Heinrich Ries, 1907)
Hopkins, Henry Powell. Sources of Memorial Ornamentation (PDF), by Henry Powell Hopkins, A.M., B.Arch., A.I.A., Vermont Marble Company, Proctor, Vermont, printed by the Barta Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1924, 44 pp., presented on this Stone Quarries and Beyond web site.
Hopkins, Mark. “Sketch of Dr. Emmons.” The Williams Quarterly, vol. 11, 1964, pp. 260-269.
Hopkins, Henry Powel. Sources of Memorial Ornamentation (PDF), by Henry Powell Hopkins, A.M., B. Arch., A.I.A., Vermont Marble Company, Proctor, Vermont, printed by the Barta Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1924, 44 pp. (From the Forward: “This brief outline of ornamentation as related to memorial design has been written under the encouragement of Capt. E.R. Morse of the Vermont Marble Company and in the belief that there is need for a simple and practical presentation on the subject. It is mainly for the memorial craftsman and his salesmen that this work is produced and it is the writer’s desire to make some contribution…to a better knowledge of memorial ornamentation in the retail selling field. Correct ornament invariably has an historic derivation which can be traced and which gains meaning if its origin and the structural or artistic reasons for its use are understood.”)
Hopkins, R. H. "The Dolomitic Limestones of Florida." Florida Geological Survey Report Inv. 3, 1942.
Hopkins, T. C. Annual Report of The Geological Survey of Arkansas For 1890, Vol. 4. Marbles and Other Limestones, Little Rock, Arkansas, (2 vols.) 1893. 443 pp.
Hopkins, T. C. and C. E. Siebenthal. "The Bedford Oolitic Limestone of Indiana," Eighteenth Annual Report, Part 5. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1897. 1050-1057.
Hopkins, Thomas C. "Marbles and Other Limestones," Annual Report Geological Survey of Arkansas, vol. 4, 1893, Chapters I, II, XII, XIII, XIV, XV, XXVII, XXVII, XXVIII, 159-160.
Hopkins, T. C. "The Sandstones of Western Indiana," Seventeenth Annual Report, Part 3. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1896. 780-787.
Hopkins, W. "On the Internal Pressure to Which Rock Masses May be Subjected, and Its Possible Influence on the Production of the Laminated Structure," Trans. Camb. Phil. Soc., vol. 8, 456-470, Cambridge, England, 1849.
Hopper, Gordon E. Images of America: Hopkinton (Massachusetts), Arcadia Publishing, 1997, 96 pp. (The granite quarries in the area are discussed in this book.)
Hoppin, Richard Arthur, and L. A. Norman, Jr. Commercial "Black Granite" of San Diego County, California. California Division Mines Spec. Report 3, San Francisco: California State Printing Office, 1950. 19 pp.
Hornbaker, A. L., R. F. Walters, James, Berberick, and Jess Willoughby. Kansas Mineral Industry Report...1969 with Directory of Kansas Mineral Producers. Kansas Geological Survey, Special Distribution Publication, No. 51, 1970. 71 pp.
Horton, John Theodore, Edward T. Williams, and Harry S. Douglas. History of Northwestern New York: Erie, Niagara, Wyoming, Genesee and Orleans Counties. New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co., 1947. 1833 pp. ("The important Medina Sandstone Quarries" is the title of one of the chapters covered.)
Horton, Loren N. “The Remarkable Crosses of Charles Andera,” in Markers XIV, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1997. (Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin, USA)
Hoskins, L. M. "Flow and Fracture of Rocks as Related to Structure," Sixteenth Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey, 1894-95, Part 1, 1886. (Cleavage and fissility, pp. 868-874)
Hosley, William, and Shepherd M. Holcombe, Sr. By Their Markers Ye Shall Know Them: A Chronicle of the History and Restorations of Hartford’s Ancient Burying Ground. Ancient Burying Bround Association, April 1994, ISBN-10: 0964076209, ISBN-13: 978-0964076204. (Connecticut, USA)
Hosmer, George. A Historical Sketch of the Town of Deer Isle, Maine. Originally printed in 1886; 3rd edition reprint by Maple Vail Press, Deer Isle, Stonington Historical Society, Sunset, Maine: 2001.
Hotchkiss, W. O., and Edward Steidtmann. Limestone Road Materials of Wisconsin. Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Bulletin No. 34, Madison: Stte of Wisconsin, 1914.
Hounsell, B. "Portland and Its Stone," Mine and Quarry Engineering, April 1952. 107-114. (UK)
Hovey, Tamara. Paris Underground. New York: Orchard Books, 1991. 90 pp. ("From the catacombs beneath Paris to the River Seine, Tamara Hovey conducts readers around the fabled city of lights, through quarries as deep as ten-story buildings are tall, and brings them face-to-face with construction techniques as new and exciting as the dawning twentieth century.")
Howe, Henry. Early Days in Scioto County, Ohio, including the communities of Portsmouth, Sciotoville, Lucasville, Buena Vista, Galena and Wheelersburg, are recalled. Booklet reprinted from the 1892 Centennial edition of Henry Howe's Historical Collections of Ohio, The Ohio Guide. (a WPA Writers Project)
Howe, Henry. Historical Collections of Ohio. Vol. I, Norwalk, Ohio: State of Ohio, The Laning Printing Co. Public Printers, 1898. (Limestone quarries is one of the subjects of the publication.)
Howe, J. Allen (John Allen). The Geology of Building Stones. London: E. Arnold, 1910. (This book is available on the Internet Archive in PDF and other formats.)
Howe, J. Allen (John Allen). The Geology of Building Stones. London: E. Arnold, 1910. Reprinted by Donhead, 2001. 496 pp. ISBN 1 873394 52 7, with a new introduction by David Jefferson. (This book was the first major reference work to feature information on the considerable range of building stones which were being used in the UK and which were still being quarried at that time. The contents include chapters on: Minerals, Igneous rocks - granite, Igneous rocks other than granite, Sandstones and grits, Limestones, Slates and other fissile rocks, Miscellaneous building stones, The decay of building stone, The testing of building stones, Mohs's scale of hardness, Appendices: Granite quarries, Classified list of larger sandstone quarries, Classified list of larger limestone quarries, and List of chief slate quarries.)
Howe, J. Allen. The Stones of London. London: Colliery Guardian Co., 1923.
Howe, John Allen. Stones and Quarries, Common Commodities and Industries. London: Sir Isaac Pittman & Sons., Ltd., 1920, 137 pp., 1920, 137 pp. (Chapters included are: “The Stone Industry”; “Rocks, Stones and Minerals”; “Classification of Stones”; “Types of Stone and Their Modes of Occurrence: Limestones: Sandstones, Slate, Marble, Granites, Other Igneous Rocks”; “Employment of Stone: Building and Engineering”; “Roads and Paving”; “Decoration and Sculpture”; Miscellaneous Uses of Stone”; “Quarrying,”; “The Preparation of Stone for the Market”; and “List of Books” This book is available on the Internet Archive.)
Hower, F. M. Hower’s Lightning Slate Reckoner (1888/1904) (PDF) on 33 Practical Sizes Roofing Slate, being a complete and most convenient system of computing the amount in “squares” of any given number of slate…a very convenient ratio on each of the thirty-three different sizes for each two, three and four inches lap, mapping ninety-nine different ratios, together with rules and practical information, To Quarrymen, Operators on Slate, Slate-roofers and others, by F. M. Hower, Proprietor of the Peach Hill Slate Quarry and President of the Eagle Slate Company, Cherryville, Pennsylvania, 1884, 99 pp. Contents of this book include: “History of the Slate Industry,” “As to Cost of Maintenance and Repairs,” “How Slate are Put On,” “How to Measure a Roof,” “Punching,” “Slate as Siding,” “Weight of Slate,” “Slate” (dimensions), “Table of Ratios,” “How to Use the Tables,” and “Number of Squares in a plane Roof.”
Hoyt, Homer. Prices of Quarry Products. Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1919.
Hubbard, Lucius L. (State Geologist) Geological Survey of Michigan 1881-1893. Robert Smith & Co., Lansing, 1895. (Comprehensive book detailing the geology and other geological information in Michigan in the late nineteenth century. It contains a information on granitic groups, dioritic groups, iron ore groups, arenaceous slate groups, etc.)
Huckell, Bruce B. A Ground Stone Implement Quarry on The Lower Colorado River, Northwestern Arizona. Phoenix, Arizona: Arizona State Office, Bureau of Land Management, 1986.
Hudson, Derek. Munby; Man of Two Worlds: The life and diaries of Arthur J. Munby, 1828-1910. Abacus, 1972. (Includes information on Women and Girls at Mines in the UK.)
Hudson, Kenneth. The Fashionable Stone. Bath: Adams and Dart, 1st U.S. edition, publisher: Park Ridge, N. J., Noyes Press, 1971.
Hughes, H. Herbert. Topographic and Geologic Atlas of Pennsylvania No. 36 - Freeport Quandrangle. Geology and Mineral Resources. Harrisburg, PA: Pennsylvania Geological Survey, 1933.
Hull, Edward. A Treatise on the Building and Ornamental Stones of Great Britain and Foreign Countries, Arranged According to Their Geological Distribution and Mineral Character, with Illustrations of Their Application in Ancient and Modern Structures. London: Macmillan and Co., 1872.
Huls, Mary Ellen. Contemporary Use of Stone in Buildings: A Bibliography. Monticello, Illinois, USA: Vance Bibliographies, 1988. ISBN:1555907210.
Hume, W. F. (William Fraser). The Building Stones of Cairo Neighbourhood and Upper Egypt. Cairo: National Printing Department, 1910.
Humphrey, R. I. "The Effects of the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire on Various Structures and Structural Materials," Bulletin No. 324, 1907. 14-61.
Humphrey, Richard L. The Fire-Resistive Properties of Various Building Materials, Bulletin 370. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1909. 99 pp.
Humphrey, Zephine. The Story of Dorset. Rutland: Tuttle Co., 1924. (Written in collaboration with Elizabeth Sykes Lee, drawings by Katherine Field White.)
Hunt, B. "The Changing Face of Slate -- How to Assess Roofing Slate in the Light of Some Recent Failures and A Proposed New European Standard," Stone Industries, 1994. (V. 29, N. 4): pp 14.
Hunt, E.H. Regional Wage Variations in Britain 1850-1914. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1973, ISBN 0198282621.
Hunt, Marjorie. "Born into the Stone: Carvers at the Washington Cathedra,." Folklife Annual, edited by Alan Jabbour and James Hardin, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 1985.
Hunt, Marjorie, and Paul Wagner. The Stone Carvers, film documentation produced, directed, and written by Marjorie Hunt and Paul Wagner, color, 28 min., 16 mm. film and ½ inch videocassette, 1984. Distributed by Direct Cinema Limited, P.O. Box 10003, Santa Monica, CA 90410. Phone: (310) 636-8200 or (800) 525-0000), Fax: (310) 636-8228.
Hunt, Marjorie. The Stone Carvers: Master Craftsmen of Washington National Cathedral. Washington and London: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1999.
Hunter, C. E., and Benjamin Gildersleeve. Minerals and Structural Materials of Western North Carolina and North Georgia. Tennessee Valley Authority, Regional Products Research Division Report C, 1946. 94 pp.
Hunter, Charles Eugene, with the cooperation of George L. Richardson. Thin Bedded Sandstones of the Guntersville Area, (Alabama). Series: Alabama. State geologist Circular No. 12, Alabama: University, 1940. 31 pp.
Hunter, J. F. The Aberdeen Granite Quarry Near Gunnison, Colorado, Bulletin 540. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing office, 1914.
Huntington, J. H., Monroe, Chas. E. Singleton, H. K. Descriptions of Quarries and Quarry Regions Compiled From Notes of Messrs. Huntington, Monroe and Singleton. Tenth Census, vol. x, Washington, 1884. 175-179. (Entry from the Bibliography, The History of the Quarrying Industry chapter, of Maryland Geological Survey, vol. II, 1898.)
Hurst, V. J. Stratigraphy, Structure and Mineral Resources of the Mineral Bluff Quadrangle, Georgia. Georgia Department of Mines, Mining and Geology Bulletin 63, 1955. 137 pp.
Hutchings, W. Maynard. "Ash Slates of the Lake District," Geol. Mag., London, 1892.
Hutchings, W. Maynard. "Clays, Shales, and Slates," Geol. Mag., Dec. 4, vol. 3, no. 7, 309, and no. 8, 343, (On slates, pp. 312-314, 343, 344), London: 1896.