Macdougall, Walter M. and Gwilym R. Roberts. “Brownville Slate and Slaters,” Down East, The Magazine of Maine, September 1968.
MacLean, Douglas. “The Origins and Early Development of the Celtic Cross,” in Markers VII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1990. (England, Ireland)
MacLachlan, Courtney C., David R. Hoch, and Paul G. Merriam. Rockland Area Lime Industries, Maine (Images of America Series), June 2006, ISBN: 073854485X. (The lime kilns at Lime Kiln State Park in California were built and operated by Rockland workers, according to David R. Hoch.)
Macomber, Stephen W. The Story of Westerly Granite. Westerly (Rhode Island) Historical Society, 1958.
Maddren, A. G. "The Mineral Deposits of the Yakataga Region," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 592. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1914. 119-154.
Maher, Harmon D., and George F. Englemann Robert D. Shuster. Roadside Geology of Nebraska. Mountain Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, October 2002, Paperback, 240 pp., ISBN: 0878424571.
Maher, S. W., and C. P. Finlayson. "Investigation of Miscellaneous Mineral Deposits in East Tennessee," Tennessee Acad. Sci. Jour., v. 40, no. 2, 1965. pp. 44-47.
Maher, S. W. and Walters, J. P. The Marble Industry of Tennessee. Tennessee Division of Geology, Information Circular No. 9, 1960. 25 pp.
Mailhiot, A. "Granites of the Eastern Townships of Quebec," Canada Geological Survey Summary Report 1913, 1914. 217, 218.
Major, J. K, and M. Watts. Victorian and Edwardian Windmills and Watermills from Old Photographs. 1977. (UK)
Malloy, Thomas and Brenda Malloy. “The Disappearing Shaker Cemetery,” in Markers IX, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1992. (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, USA)
Malloy, Thomas and Brenda Malloy. “Gravemarkers of the Early Congregational Ministers in North Central Massachusetts,” Markers XIV, pp. 34-85, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1997. (Massachusetts, USA)
Malloy, Thomas and Brenda Malloy. “Murder in Massachusetts: It’s Written in Stone,” in Markers XVI, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1999.
Malloy, Tom and Brenda Malloy. “Slavery in Colonial Massachusetts as Seen Through Selected Gravestones,” Tom and Brenda Malloy, Markers XI, pp. 112-141, Association for Gravestone Studies.
Malo, Paul. Boldt Castle: In Search of the Lost Story. Laurentian Press, July 2001, 308pp. ISBN: 0966972902.
Mance, Grover C. Power Economy and The Utilization of Waste in the Quarry Industry of Southern Indiana. Bloomington, Indiana, 1917.
Mandleberg, Hilary. Essence of Stone. HarperInformation, 2000. 64 pp. ISBN 0688174345. (Essence of Stone starts at the stone quarries and master cutters of antiquity and moves on to our modern home and gardens. Choose stone for walls and paths, floors and surfaces, ornaments and accessories. From slate to marble, limstone, granite.)
Maniatis, Y., N. Herz, and Y. Basiakos, editors. The Study of Marble and Other Stones Used in Antiquity. ASMOSIA Coloquium III. Asmosia Conference Procedings, 3. London: Archetype, 1995.
Manley, J. E., "Rutland County Marble, with a History of the Marble Industry of Vermont and a Statement of Comparative Value," First Annual Report, Vermont State Board Agr., Man. And Min., 1872. 656-666.
Mansfield, George Rogers. Some Deposits of Ornamental Stone in Montana. Washington, 1933.
The Manufacturer and Builder Magazine. Images of the magazine are available on the web site of the Library of Congress - American Memories, The Nineteenth Century in Print: The Making of America in Books and Periodicals. This is a distributed digital library collaboration at the Cornell University Library. The time period for these magazines date from the 1830s through the 1890s. Click here if you would like to view a list of articles from the Manufacturer and Builder magazine in addition to a few other magazines that relate to quarries, stone, quarrying/carving equipment, and related topics that I compiled.
"Marbles of California," Bull. California State Min. Bur. No. 38, 1906. 95-114.
"The Marbles of Greece Used in the United States," Stone. vol. 29, 1908. 301-303.
Marcou, Jules. “Biographical Notice of Ebenezer Emmons.” Amer. Geol., vol. 7, 1891, pp. 1-23.
Markolf, H. J., and D. J. O'Rourke. "Vermont Marble - Part II. Quarries of the Vermont Marble Company," (quarries and mills in Rutland County, Vt., in the towns of West Rutland, Proctor, Danby and Pittsford). Mine and Quarry Magazine, Sullivan Machinery Co., Chicago, Illinois: June, 1909. 286-297.
Marsh, James Ernest. Stone Decay and Its Prevention. Oxford: B. Blackwell, 1926.
Marshall, P. Building-Stones of New Zealand. Wellington, N.Z.: W.A.G. Skinner, Government Printer, 1929.
Mart & Lawton, Inc. (Sole Proprietors) Heatherbrown Welsh Quarries. New York, NY: 1931. 31 pp. (Booklet)
Martens, J. H. C. Fifty Common Rocks and Minerals of West Virginia. West Virginia Geological Survey Bulletin 9, 1945a. 42 pp.
Martin, G. C. Geology and Mineral Resources of the Controller Bay Region, Alaska, USGS Bulletin 335. United States. Geological Survey Bulletin 335, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1908.
Martin, G. C., L. J. Pepperberg, and Charles Butts. Investigations Relating to Cement and Concrete Materials in 1908, Advance Chapter from Bulletin No. 380-J, Contributions to Economic Geology, 1908, Part I, Department of the Interior, U. S. Geological Survey, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., 1909.
Martin, G. C., et. al. Mineral Resources of Alaska: Report on Progress of Investigation in 1917, Bulletin 692. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1919.
Martin, G. C., et. al. "Mineral Resources of the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska," by G. C. Martin, B. L. Johnson, and U. S. Grant, United States Geological Survey Bulletin 587, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1915. 243 pp.
Martin, G. C. "Mineral Deposits of Kodiak and the Neighboring Islands," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 542, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1913. 125-136.
Martin, G. C., et. al. Mineral Resources of Alaska: Report on Progress of Investigations in 1917, Bulletin 692. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1919.
Martin, G. C. and J. B. Mertie, Jr. "Mineral Resources of the Upper Matanuska and Nelchina Valleys," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 592. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1914. 273-300.
Martin, Lawrence, Ph.D. The Physical Geography of Wisconsin, Bulletin No. XXXVI, Educational Series No. 4, of the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey, Madison, Wisconsin: State of Wisconsin, 1916. 549 pp.
Martin, Percy F. Egypt Old and New: A Popular Account of The Land of the Pharaohs from the Traveller's and Economist's Point of View, With Many Engravings, nearly 50 Coloured Plates and a map. London: George Allen & Unwin, Ltd., Ruskin House. 1923 (reprint 1924). 224 pp.
Maryland Geological Survey. Wm. Bullock Clark, State Geologist. Reports, vol. i, Baltimore, 1897. 539 pp., plates 17. (Entry from the Bibliography, The History of the Quarrying Industry chapter, of Maryland Geological Survey, vol. II, 1898.)
Mashburn, J. L. The Artist-Signed Postcard Price Guide: A Comprehensive Reference. 2nd ed., Colonial House Publishers, 480 pp. ISBN 1-885940 -11-4. (U.S. and foreign Artists from A-Z, 1898-1950.)
Mashburn, J. L. The Postcard Price Guide: A Comprehensive Listing. 4th ed., Colonial House Publishers, 592 pages, ISBN 1-885940-08-4.
Massey, Nicholas William David. Resources Inventory of Botswana: Industrial Rocks and Minerals. Lobatse: Geological Survey Department, 1973.
Mather, J. H., and L. P. Brockett, M.D. A Geographical History of the State of New York Embracing Its History, Government, Physical Features, Climate, Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, Zoology, Education, Internal Improvements, Etc., With A Separate Map of Each County, The Whole Forming A Complete History of The State, Utica: published by John W. Fuller & Co. 1853.
Mathews, A. A. L. Marble Prospects in Giles County, Virginia. Virginia Geological Survey Bulletin 40, 1934. 47 pp.
Mathews, E. B. "The Granite Quarries of Maryland," Maryland Geological Survey, vol. II, 1898. 136-160. 484 pp. (The following quotation is from Slate Deposits and Industry of United States: An account of the character and distribution of Maryland building stones, together with a history of the quarrying industry.Slate: The Peach Bottom area, pp. 214-231; Ujamsville, p. 231, 232, prices, p. 239.")
Mathews, S. W. "The Granite Industry of Maine," Sixteenth Annual Report. Bureau of Industrial and Labor Statistics for the State of Maine, 1902. 7-51.
Matthews, Vincent, Ph.D., Katie KellerLynn, and Betty Fox (editors). Messages in Stone: Colorado's Colorful Geology, Denver, Colorado: Colorado Geological Survey, 2003, 157 pp.
Maw, George. "On A New Section of the Cambrian Rocks in a Cutting of the Llanberis and Carnarvon Railway and the Banded Slates of Llanberis," Geol. Mag., vol. 5, pp. 121-125 and pls. 6, 7, London, 1868.
Maxson, J. H. "Economic Geology of Portions of Del Norte and Siskiyou Counties, Northwesternmost California," California Journal Mining and Geology, vol. 29, nos. 1, 2, 1933. 123-160.
May, James H., and John C. Marble. General Geology and Mineral Resources of the Mendenhall West Quadrangle, Mississippi. 1976. 53 p., 8 figs., 5 tables, and a geologic map in color at a scale of 1:24,000 (Map GQ 82-NW) (Publication of the Mississippi Office of Geology.)
Mayer, Lace R. “The Care of Old Cemeteries and Gravestones,” Markers I, pp. 118-141, Association for Gravestone Studies.
Mayers, Lynne. Bal Maidens: Women and Girls of the Cornwall and Devon Mines. (UK) Blaize Bailey Books, 2008, 300 pp., ISBN-10: 0955689619, ISBN-13: 978-0955689611. (Description: “Between 1720 and 1920 at least 60,000 women and girls worked in the mines, quarries and clay works of Cornwall and Devon. They carried out hard, skilled and specialised work, which was a crucial part of the dressing operations. The author has carefully researched their working lives and home-life, their characteristics and the occupational hazards they encountered. How essential were they to the industry? What were their working conditions? How much did they earn? What did they do with the very little spare time and money they had? As the mines closed, where did they go and what happened to them? This is the record of a remarkable group of women, plus some individual accounts of the few whose stories have survived. In this second edition the material has been both revised and expanded. The geographical scope now extended to Dartmoor, and the Teign and Exe Valleys. There is also a more detailed coverage of the tin streams of the late 19th century.” Includes first-hand stories from the Cornish mines and quarries, 1773-1950.) (Also see Lynne Mayers web site, Bal Maidens and Mining Women.)
Mayers, Lynne. A Dangerous Place to Work! Women and Children of the Devon and Cornwall Mining Districts. (UK) Blaize Bailey Books, 2008, 103 pp., ISBN-10:955689600, ISBN-13: 978-0955689604. (Description: “This book tells the story of the employment of women and children right across the mining industries of Devon and Cornwall, up until the second half of the 20th century. It includes their work at the clay works, slate quarries, foundries, smelters, and gunpowder and explosives works, as well as at the mines.”) (Also see Lynne Mayers web site, Bal Maidens and Mining Women.)
Mayers, Lynne. Voices from the Dressing Floors, 1773-1950. (UK) Blaize Bailey Books, 124 pp., ISBN-10: 0955689627, ISBN-13: 978-0955689628. (First-hand stories from the Cornish mines and quarries, 1773-1950. Description: “This new book collects together various first hand accounts and interviews with those who worked at the surface of the tin or copper mines of Cornwall…There is the moving account of bal maiden Patty Tremelling, taken from her journal written on her deathbed. Also included is a detailed account by an ex-slate dresser of the work at surface at Delabole Slate Quarry.”) (Also see Lynne Mayers web site, Bal Maidens and Mining Women.)
Maynard, Julaine. “Wisconsin’s Wrought Iron Markers,” Markers I, pp. 76-79, Association for Gravestone Studies.
Maynard, T. P. Limestone and Cement Materials of North Georgia. Georgia Geological Survey Bulletin 27, 1912. 203 pp.
Maynard, T. P. "Slate in Georgia," Geol. Survey Georgia Bull. 23. 1910. 183-186.
Maynard, T. P., J. M. Mallory, and R. T. Stull. Directory of Commercial Minerals in Georgia and Alabama Along the Central Georgia Railroad. Savannah, Georgia: Central of Georgia Railway Indus. Dept., 1923. 134 pp.
McAfee, Patrick. Irish Stone Walls: History, Building, Conservation. Dublin, The O'Brien Press,. 1997. 175 pp.
McAllister, E. M. Amos Eaton, Scientist and Educator, 1776-1842. University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 1941, 587 pp.
McCalley, Henry. The Coosa Valley Region: Report on Valley Regions of Alabama. part 2, Alabama Geol. Survey, 1897.
McCalley, Henry. Report on the Valley Regions of Alabama (Paleozoic strata). Pt. 2, On the Coosa Valley Region, Montgomery, Alabama, Alabama Geological Survey, 1897. 862 pp.
McCallie. (Areal report on the marbles in Georgia), Georgia Geological Survey, Bulletin 1, 1894. (Citation from Economic Geology of the United States, by Heinrich Ries, 1907)
McCallie, S. W. "A Preliminary Report on the Marbles of Georgia," Georgia Geological Survey Bulletin 1, 2nd ed., 1907. 126 pp.
McCollum,Oscar. Marble: A Town Built on Dreams, Vol. 1. Sundance Publications, Limited, 1992, ISBN: 0913582557. (Volume I includes the Crystal River Railroad and the Carbondale-Redstone-Coalbasin region, as well as the story of the Colorado-Yule Marble Company's struggles in Marble, CO, 352 pages with 380 black and white and 50 full color views.)
McCollum,Oscar. Marble: A Town Built on Dreams, Vol. I1. Sundance Publications, Limited, 1993. (Volume II includes Col. Meek's management of the marble company, coverage of the Crystal River and San Juan Railroad's trackage, as well as material on the quarrying of marble and the Colorado-Yule tramway, 352 pages with 367 black and white and 33 full color views.)
McCourt, W. E. "The Fire-Resisting Qualities of Some New Jersey Building Stones," New Jersey State Geologist Annual Report, 1906.
McCourt, Walter Edward. Fire Tests of Some New York Building Stones. Albany, New York: State Education Department, 1906. Series: New York State Museum. Bulletin 100. Economic Geology 14.
McCoy, Dell, and Riss Collman. The Crystal River Pictorial. 224 pp. (This book is about the Shortline railroads that ran in Colorado's Crystal River District. A look at the Colorado and Utah Railway Co., Elk Mountain Railway Co, Aspen & Western Railway Co., Crystal River Railroad Company, the Crystal River & San Juan Railway, Colorado Yule Marble Electric Tramway, and the Treasury Mountain Railway. (Subjects included are the history of the lines, freight and passenger operations, mining operations and facilities, and marble quarries.)
McCreath, Andrew S. "Analysis of Peach Bottom Slates," Geological Survey of Pennsylvania, Report of Progress for 1877. vol. CCC, Harrisburg, 1880. pp. 269, 270.
McCue, J. B., J. B. Lucke, and H. P. Woodward "Limestones of West Virginia," West Virginia Geological Survey Report 12. 1939. 560 pp.
McDermott, Douglas and Robert Sarlos. The Woodland (Hershey) Opera House. Published by the Yolo County Historical Society, 1969. Only one thousand were printed. Booklet, paper covers, staple-binding, 16 pages. (Only 1,000 copies printed.)
McFarlan, A. C. Geology of Kentucky. Lexington: Kentucky University, 1943. 531 pp.
McGrain, Preston. Mineral Resources Summary for Kentucky 1955 and 1956. Kentucky Geological Survey, ser. 9, Report Inv. 14, 1958. 44 pp.
McGarvey, G. A. and H. H. Sherman. Granite Cutting: An Analysis of the Granite Cutter's Trade. Vocational Division Bulletin No. 137, Trade and Industrial Series, No. 38, United States Department of the Interior, Washington, reprinted 1938. (Bibliography)
The following is a book review from Monumental News: Granite, Marble, Stone, Bronze, Sculpture, November 1929, Vol. 41, No. 11, pp. 548:
Granite Cutting Instruction Book
“Granite Cutting, an analysis of the granite cutter’s trade, together with specimen instruction, material for use of apprentices and journeymen workers, is the title of an interesting monograph recently issued by the Federal Board for Vocational Education, Washington, D.C. as Bulletin No. 137 of Trade and Industrial Series No. 38. The work is a compilation in book form of the course of instruction for granite cutting apprentices, organized and carried out by the Apprentice Commission of the Granite Industry through the cooperation of the four national trade associations of producers and retailers in the industry.
“The text of the work was prepared by G. A. McGarvey of the Federal Service and Harrie H. Sherman, Secretary of the American Granite Association. It contains over 150 pages, with many diagrams and illustrations, and is a complete manual of instruction for training granite cutting apprentices.
“The book may be purchased for 50 cents from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D.C. (in 1929).”
McGee, E. S. Acid Rain and Our Nation's Capital: A Guide to Effects on Buildings and Monuments. (Other title: Guide to Effects on Buildings and Monuments, publisher: Denver, Colorado, U.S. Geological Survey, Information Services: Washington, DC ; For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., (1997). Also available via Internet from the USGS web site. ISBN:016048068X.
McGee, E. S. Activities to Explore Acid Rain and Building Stones. Reston, Virginia: U. S. Geological Survey, 1995.
McGee, E. S. and Mary E. Woodruff. Characteristics and Weathering Features of Sandstone Quoins at Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Maryland. Reston, Virginia, U.S. Geological Survey; Denver, Colorado, Books and Open-File Reports Section, distributor, 1992.
McGee, E. S. Deterioration of Building Stones in Washington, D. C. A Field Trip Guide. Reston, Virginia: U. S. Geological Survey, 1990.
McGee, E. S. Mineralogical Characterization of the Shelburne Marble: A Vermont Marble Test Stone Used to Study the Effects of Acid Rain. Denver, Colorado(?), U. S. Geological Survey: 1987.
McGee, E. S. Surficial Alteration at the Cathedral of Learning in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Reston, Virginia: U. S. Geological Survey, 1997.
McGrain, Preston, and Robert J. Floyd. Mineral Resources Summary For Kentucky 1953 and 1954. 1956. 45 pp.
McGrath, Robert. “Death Italo-American Style: Reflections on Modern Martyrdom,” Markers IV, pp. 107-113, Association for Gravestone Studies. (Italian American, Vermont, USA)
McKearin, William, and R. S. Hutchison. “Quarrying with Hammer Drills.” (in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Texas), Mine and Quarry, Vol. VI, No. 1, August 1911, pp. 537-540.
McKendry, Jennifer. Into the Silent Land: Historic Cemeteries and Graveyards. Published by Jennifer Mckendry, 1 Baiden Street, Kingston, ON, K7M 2J7, 372 pp. ISBN 0-9697187-5-6.
McKinstry, H. E. Mining Geology. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1943.
McLaren, John. Sixty Years in an Aberdeen Granite Yard: The Craft and the Men. The Centre for Scottish Studies, Old Aberdeen, University of Aberdeen Central Printing Service, 1987. 120 pp. ISBN: 0 906265 08 8.
McLeish, John. "Slate Quarried in Richmond County, Quebec, and Near Jarvis Inlet, North of Victoria, British Columbia," Ann. Rept. Min. Prod. Canada for 1906, 1909.
McMaster, W. M., and W. F. Harris, Jr. General Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Limestone County, Alabama. Alabama Geological Survey County Report 11, 1963. 43 pp.
McMillan, A. A. Quarries of Scotland: Technical Advice Note 12. Historic Scotland, 1997.
McPhee, John A. Annals of the Former World. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, June 1998. 696 pp. 0-374-10520-0. (Annals of the Former World is a colation of his four books, Basin and Range, Suspect Terrain, Rising From the Plains, and Assembling California together into one book about the epic of the Earth's formation. "Crossing the Craton" is an essay that introduces the continent's ancient core, underlying what is now Illinois, Iowa, and Nebraska.)
McPhee, John A. Assembling California. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1993 (paperback, 1994), 304 pp. (The fourth of John McPhee's four books on the geological history of North America centered on the 40th parallel. Assembling California is a survey of the area geologists find to be a laboratory of volcanic and tectonic processes, a place where geology can be watched in the making.)
McPhee, John A. Basin and Range. Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, Inc., 1981, (paperback, April 1982). 216 pp., ISBN 0374516901. (The first of John McPhee's four books on the geological history of North America centered on the 40th parallel. Basin and Range is a study of the mountainous lands between the Rockies and the Sierra Nevadas.)
McPhee, John. A. Rising From The Plains. Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1986. 214 pp. (The third of John McPhee's four books on the geological history of North America centered on the 40th parallel. Rising From the Plains is the story of a geologist, David Love of the U.S. Geological Survey, who was born and raised in Wyoming on an isolated ranch, and the geology of Wyoming; a history of the Rocky Mountains set largely in Wyoming.)
McPhee, John A. Suspect Terrain. Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, Inc., October 1983. 210 pp. ISBN 0374517940. (The second of John McPhee's four books on the geological history of North America centered on the 40th parallel. Suspect Terrain is an overview of the Appalachian mountain system.)
McSweeney, Thomas F. Quarries of The South Shore (Massachusetts). Hingham & Cohasset, Massachusetts: South Shore Nature Club, 1950. 8 pp.
McWilliams, Gary. “Marble On The Edge,” in Hot Coffee and Other Wild Goose Tales, 3d ed., 2008, published by Stone Arts of Alaska, Craig, Alaska, 2008, pp. 366-372. Also available in Gary McWilliams’ latest book: Wanderlusting, Great Story Book Publishing, June 29, 2015. (“Marble on The Edge” is the story about Gary McWilliams’ search for his “Jupiter Marble” on Dall Island, Alaska. This book also includes accounts of his many adventures. You can learn more about Gary McWilliams, adventurer and sculptor, on his web site Stone Arts of Alaska.)
M’Donald, C. P. “Profitable Trades Are Plentiful; Good Chance in Granite Work,” San Francisco Call, Vol. 114, No. 36, July 6, 1913, pp. 33.
Meadows, Gary M. Core-Collection Catalog. 1985. 164 pp. (Publication of the Mississippi Office of Geology.)
Meccano Magazine, "Engineering News of the Month," vol. XVII. no. 9, September 1932. (In the "Engineering News of the Month" section, there is a part on the "World's Largest Quarry Blast.")
Meeks, Harold A. Time and Change in Vermont: A Human Geography. Chester, Conn.: The Globe Pequot Press, 1986.
Meeks, Harold A. Vermont's Land and Resources. Shelburne, Vermont: The New England Press, 1987. (Sequel to Time and Change in Vermont: A Human Geography.)
Melin, Nancy Jean. “Samuel Dwight: Vermont Gravestone Cutter,” Nancy Jean Melin, in Jessie Lie Farber, ed., “Stonecutters and Their Works,” Markers IV, pp. 160-165, Association for Gravestone Studies. (New York, Vermont, USA)
Mellen, Frederic F. Mississippi Mineral Resources. 1959. 100 pp. (Revised, Bulletin 112.) ("The report reviews the mineral resources worthy of immediate exploration and development as well as those worthy of further investigation and summarizes Mississippi's contribution to the national mineral economy. It contains two maps of the state. One shows the oil and gas fields and pipelines and the other is a transportation map.") (Publication of the Mississippi Office of Geology.)
Melville, W. H., and Waldemar Lindgren. Contributions to the Mineralogy of the Pacific Coast. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1890. 40 pp.
Melvin, Ruth W. and Garry D. McKenzie. Guide to the Building Stones of Downtown Columbus, Guidebook No. 6. State of Ohio, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, 1992, reprinted 1997 with additional notes, 34 pp. (Field Trip 16 for the Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America, Cincinnati, Ohio, October 26-29, 1992.)
Memorial / Cemetery Stone Catalogs on Stone Quarries and Beyond:
See: “Ordering Monumental / Cemetery Stones from Catalogs / Price Lists, etc.”
Mendenhall, W. C., and F. C. Schrader. The Mineral Resources of the Mount Wrangell District, Alaska. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1903. 77 pp.
Mercer, H. H., and H. J. Markolf. "Vermont Marble - Part III - 'Recent Models of Channeling Machines; Quarries of the Clarendon Marble Company, Clarendon, VT.,'" Mine and Quarry Magazine, Sullivan Machinery Co., Chicago, Illinois: vol. VI, no. 4, June, 1912. 612-621.
"The Merits of North Wales Slate as a Roofing Material." Portmadoc. (Note 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: "contains details concerning the chemical and physical properties of North Wales slates.")
Merrill, Frederick J. H. "Mineral Resources of New York State." Bulletin of the New York State Museum. vol. 3, Albany, 1895. ("Geology and Geographic Distribution of Building Stone in New York, by John C. Smock, revised by F. J. H. Merrill.)
Merrill, F. J. H. Road Materials and Road Building in New York. October, 1897. 52 pp.
Merrill, George P. "Among the Pennsylvania Slate Quarries," Scientific American, Supp., vol. 27, p. 10874, no. 681, 1889.
Merrill, G. P. Collection of Building and Ornamental Stones in the United States National Museum. Smithsonian Institute Annual Report, Part 2, 1886.
Merrill, G. P. "Disintegration of the Granite Rocks of the District of Columbia," Bulletin Geol. Soc. America. vol. 6, 1895. 321-332.
Merrill, G. P. The First One Hundred Years of American Geology. Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut, 1924, 773 pp.
Merrill, George P. “Methods of Quarrying and Dressing.” Excerpts from The Collection of Building and Ornamental Stones in the U.S. National Museum: A Hand-book and Catalogue, pp. 285-331, from Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution…Year ending June 30, 1886, 1887. (Compiled by Peggy B. Perazzo, Stone Quarries and Beyond, June 2015)
Merrill, Geo. P. "Notes on the Building Stones of Washington, D. C.," Tenth Census, vol. x, Washington, 1884, p. 357. (Entry from the Bibliography, The History of the Quarrying Industry chapter, of Maryland Geological Survey, vol. II, 1898.)
Merrill, G. P. On the Collection of Maine Building Stones in the United States National Museum. U. S. National Museum Proc., vol. 6, 1883. 165-183.
Merrill, G. P. "The Onyx Marbles," 1893 Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution, 44 pp.
Merrill, G. P. Physical, Chemical, and Economic Properties of Building Stones. Maryland Geological Survey, vol. II, 1898. 47-123.
Merrill, G. P. "Report on the Building Stones of the United States, and Statistics of the Quarry Industry for 1880," Tenth Census. vol. 10, 1884.
Merrill, G. P. Rocks, Rock Weathering, and Soils. 2d ed., New York, 1906. ix + 400 pp.
Merrill, George P. "Special Reports on Mines and Quarries." Twelfth Census U. S., 1900. 791-795. (Includes information on the marbles of Vermont)
Merrill, G. P. "Stone." Twelfth Census, Mines and Quarries (1902), Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1905.
Merrill, George P. "Stone" (Granite). Special Reports of the Census Office, Twelfth Census; Mines and Quarries. (1902) 1905.
Merrill, George P. Stones for Building and Decoration. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1897. (3rd ed., rev. and enl., New York: J. Wiley & Sons; 1908.)
Merrill, George P. A Treatise on Rocks, Rock Weathering and Soils. New York: MacMillan, 1897. 411 pp., plates 25. (Analysis of Peach Bottom slate and remarks on their weathering, with analyses showing the incidental chemical changes.)
Merrill, G. P. "Weathering of Micaceous Gneiss in Albermarle County, Virginia," Bulletin Geol. Soc. America, vol. 8, 1897. 157-168.
Merriman, Mansfield. "The Slate Regions of Pennsylvania," Stone. July 1898. Volume XVII, Number 2 (Indianapolis, Indiana: Stone Magazine Review Pub. Co, 1889): pp 77-90.
Merriman, M. "Perspectives: The Strength and Weathering Qualities of Roofing Slate, A Reprint of an 1892 Article from the Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers," Technology and Conservation Fall/Winter 1985 (No. 9): pp 12+.
Merriman, Mansfield "The Strength and Weathering Qualities of Roofing Slates. With Discussion," Trans. Am. Soc. Civ. Eng., vol. 27, no. 3, pp. 331-349, Sept. 1892, and no. 6, Dec. 1892, p. 685; also vol. 32, p. 529-539, 1894.
Mertie, Jr., J. B. and G. L. Harrington. "Mineral Resources of the Ruby-Kuskokwim Region," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 642, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1916. 228-266.
Messenger, M. J. North Devon Clay. Twelveheads, 1982. (UK)
Messent, Claude J. W. A Thousand Years of Norfolk Carstone 1967: Fakenham, Norfolk. Claude J.W. Messent 1967. 96 pp. (Geological survey of a building stone quarried in Norfolk.)
Metcalf, R. W. Corundum. U.S. Bureau of Mines Information Circular IC 7295, 1944. 18 pp.
Metcalf, R. W., and J. L. Calver. "The Mineral Industry of Virginia," in U.S. Bureau of Mines, Minerals Yearbook, 1963. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, v. 3, 1964. pp. 1115-1144.
Metcalf, R. W., and W. D. Hardeman, Jr. "The Mineral Industry of Tennessee," in U.S. Bureau of Mines, Minerals Yearbook, 1952. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, v. 3, 1955. pp. 847.
Mever, Franz Sales. A Handbook of Ornament: With three hundred plates, containing about three thousand illustrations of the elements, and the application of decoration to objects, by Franz Sales Mever, First American Edition, New York: The Architectural Book Publishing Company, 1920s ?, 548 pp. (Contents: “Elements of Decoration,” The Geometrical Elements, Natural Forms, Artificial Objects; “Ornament Applied to Features,” “Decorated Objects,” Vases &c., Metal Objects, Furniture, Frames, Jewelry, Heraldry.) (This book is available for reading on the Internet Archive web site at the web address above.)
Meyer, Lotte Larsen. “Mourning in a Distant Land: Gold Star Pilgrimages to American Military Cemeteries in Europe, 1930-33,” in Markers XX, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2003. (Nebraska, USA, Belgium, England, France)
Meyer, Richard E. “‘And Who Have Seen the Wilderness’: The End of the Trail on Early Oregon Gravemarkers,” Markers XI, pp. 186-219, Association for Gravestone Studies. (Oregon, USA)
Meyer, Richard E., and David M. Gradwohl. “‘Best Damm Dog We Ever Had’: Some Folkloristic and Anthropological Observations on San Francisco’s Presidio Pet Cemetery,” (California) in Markers XII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1995.
Meyer, Richard E. “Stylistic Variation in the Western Front Battlefield Cemeteries of World War I Combatant Nations,” in Markers XVIII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2001. (Belgium, Europe, France)
Meyer, Richard E. “The Year’s Work in Cemetery and Gravemarker Studies: An International Bibliography.” in Markers XXV: 25th Anniversary Edition, Association For Gravestone Studies, Richard E. Meyer and Gary L. Collison, eds., pp. 121-138.
The Michaels Art Bronze Company, Inc. Michaels Bronze Tablets Catalog. The Michaels Art Bronze Co., Inc., Covington, Kentucky, Since 1870.
Middlebury Historical Society. The Marble Border of Western New England, Its Geology and Marble Development in the Present Century, Papers and Proceedings of the Middlebury Historical Society, vol. I, Part II, Published by the Society, Middlebury, Vermont, 1885.
Milici, R. C. Geologic Map and Mineral Resources Summary of the Grassy Cove Quadrangle, Tennessee. Tennessee Division of Geology Geologic Map GM 117-SW and Mineral Resources Summary MRS 117-SW, 1965.
Miller, B. L., and others. Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Geological Survey, 4th ser., Bulletin C39, 1941. 492 pp.
Miller, B. L. "Limestones of Pennsylvania." Pennsylvania Topological and Geological Survey Bulletin M7, 1925.
Miller, Benjamin LeRoy. Limestones of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Geological Survey, Fourth Series Bulletin M20, Department of Internal Affairs, Harrisburg, 1934, 729 pp.
Miller, B. L., D. M. Fraser, and R. L. Miller. Northampton County, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Geological Survey, 4th ser., Bulletin C43, 1939. 496 pp.
Miller, C. E. Rhode Island Minerals and Their Locations. University of Rhode Island, 1971. 72 p. (This book is a compilation of mineral occurrences in Rhode Island. A total of 225 different mineral species have been reported from Rhode Island. The localities are grouped by county, and a list of known minerals for each locality is given. A bibliography is included.)
Miller, Daniel N. Jr. The Wyoming Mineral Industry. The Geological Survey of Wyoming; 1978. 32 pp.
Miller, G. H., Jr. Economic Development in South-Central Kansas, Part 6, Mineral and Water Resources. Kansas University, Center for Research in Business, Lawrence, KS, 1959. 142 pp.
Mills, Joseph. High-Calcium Limestones of Eastern Washington with a section on Limestone in the Boundary, Leadpoint, Spirit, and Deep Lake Quadrangles of Northern Stevens County by R. G. Yates, United States Geological Survey, State of Washington Division of Mines and Geology Bulletin No. 48, 1962. 268 pp.
Milmoe, James. “Colorado Wooden Markers,” Markers I, pp. 56-61, Association for Gravestone Studies.
Milner, W. J. The Glyn Valley Tramway. Oxford, 1984. (UK)
Minch, John, Edwin Minch, and Jason Minch. Roadside Geology and Biology of Baja California. John Minch Associates, Incorporated, May 1998. Hardcover, 188 pp., ISBN: 0963109014.
Mine and Quarry. “The Marble Industry in New York State.” Mine and Quarry, Vol. 1, No. 4, February 1907, pp. 95-101.
Mine and Quarry. “A Quebec Marble Quarry.” Mine and Quarry, Vol. IV, No. 4, April 1910, pp. 384-386.
Mineral Resources and Maps of the Individual Counties in Mississippi - See the publication list of the Mississippi Office of Geology.
"The Mineral Resources of the Ione Formation." California Division of Mines, Mineral Inf. Service, vol. 9, no. 8, 1956.
Mines Department. List of Mines.H. M. Stationery Office, 1921. (Note 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: "gives particulars concerning mines working at the time of publication.")
Mines Department. List of Quarries. H. M. Stationery Office, 1922. (Note 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: "gives particulars concerning quarries working at the time of publication.")
Mining Engineering. "Industrial Minerals 2001, Dimension Stone," June 2002, pp. 26.
Minobras. "Nevada Industrial Minerals," 1973. 62 pp. (Industrial mineral mines, deposits, and occurrences are itemized and locations shown on maps in this book.) (Author's name unknown.)
Mirsky, Arthur. Building Materials in Downtown Indianapolis: Introductory Field Trip. Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, 1977, 5th ed. April 20, 1986.
The Mississippi Geological Survey. A Centennial. Contains: Report of a Geological Reconnaissance of Parts of the Counties of Yazoo, Issaquena, Washington, Holmes, Bolivar, Tallahatchie, Coahoma, Mississippi, during the Months of October and November 1870, by Eugene A. Smith; History of the Mississippi Geological Survey, by Ephraim N. Lowe; Memorial to Ephraim N. Lowe (1864-1933), by William C. Morse; Address at Recognition Dinner honoring Dr. W. C. Morse and Prof. F. E. Vestal, Upon Their Retirements, by Frederic F. Mellen; Memorial to William Clifford Morse (1874-1962), by Franklin E. Vestal; Employment in the Mining Industry in Mississippi, by William T. Hankins; The Present Course of the Mississippi Geological Survey, by Frederic F. Mellen and William S. Parks; The Survey's Enabling Act; List of State Geologists; Index to Bulletins 1-99, by William S. Parks, 183 p., 32 figs., frontispiece, 1963. (Publication of the Mississippi Office of Geology.)
Mississippi Office of Geology. Elevation Map of Mississippi. In color; scale 1:1,000,000; 24 x 15 inches; 1975. (Publication of the Mississippi Office of Geology.)
Mississippi Office of Geology. Geologic Map of Mississippi. In color; 1 inch = 30 miles; 8½ x 11 inches. (Publication of the Mississippi Office of Geology.)
Mitchell, Silas Weir. (Poem) “The Quaker Graveyard,” in Markers XVII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2000.
Mlynarski, K.W. Survey Methods for Nonfuel Minerals: U.S. Geological Survey Minerals Yearbook, v.1, United States Geological Survey, 1998.
Moberg, Gunnie. Stone Built. Stronmess, Orkney, 1979.
Moen, Wayne S. Building Stone of Washington. Olympia, State Printing Plant, Series: Washington (State) Division of Mines and Geology, 1967.
Moffat, Ruth. Stone Houses: Stepping Stones From the Past. Erin, ON: Boston Mills Press, 1984.
Moffit, F. H. and S. R. Capps. "The Geology and Mineral Resources of the Nizina District, Alaska," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 448, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1911. 111.
Moffit, F. H. "The Mineral Deposits of the Chitina Valley," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 642. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1916. 129-136.
Moffit, F. H. "Mineral Deposits of the Kotsina-Kuskulana District, With Notes on Mining in Chitina Valley," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 622, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1915. 103-117.
Moffit, F. H. and R. W. Stone. "Mineral Resources of the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 277. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1906, 80 pp.
Moffit, F. H. and Adolph Knopf. "Mineral Resources of the Nabesna-White River District," with a section on the Quaternary, by S. R. Capps, United States Geological Survey Bulletin 417. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1910. 64 pp.
Moffit, F. H. "The Upper Chitina Valley," With a Description of the Igneous Rocks." by R. M. Overbeck, United States Geological Survey Bulletin 675. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office. 1918. 82.
Monette Clarence J. (Editor). History of Jacobsville and Its Sandstone Quarries (Michigan). Clarence J. Monett, April 1993, hardcover, 128pp. ISBN: 094236306X.
Montgomery Ward & Company. Monuments, Tombstones and Markers Catalog, 1929, presented on this Stone Quarries and Beyond web site.
Monumental Magazines Available Online (American Stone Trade; Granite / Granite, Marble, & Bronze; The Modern Cemetery AKA Park and Cemetery and Landscape Gardening; The Reporter, Devoted to the Granite and Marble Monumental Trade; Stone: An Illustrated Magazine; The Stone Cutter's Journal; etc.)
Monumental News, The & Monumental News Review. Monumental News Review (1947-1955) Collection at the Aldrich Library in Vermont. According to the “Guide to the Manuscripts Holdings,” on the Aldrich Library, web site:
Monumental News-Review Records“Extent: 1.5 linear ft.; Dates: 1947-1955; Record Types: Photographs, advertising copy, correspondence, and designs. Monumental News-Review, a trade magazine for the monument industry, was founded in 1889 as Monumental News. In 1939, the magazine bought Granite, Marble, and Bronze and soon after, Monument and Cemetery Review. In 1961 the magazine changed publishers and became the ‘official’ magazine for the American Monument Association. The magazine is still published under the name Stone in America.
“The collection contains photographs, negatives, advertising copy, correspondence etc. relating to the production of Monumental News-Review during the years 1950-1955. The collection may have been created by Henry C. Whitaker, Jr., an associate editor of Monumental News-Review, who lived in Barre from 1949-1961.”
Monumental News, The. “Interior Marble Decoration.” August 1895, pp. 482-485.
“Panel at Entrance. Chicago Title and Trust Building.” (1895)
“Entrance to Continental National Bank Building, Chicago.” (1895)
“Example of matched effects. Marble ceiling panel. Fort Dearborn National Bank Building, Chicago.” (1895)
“Newel Post. Title and Trust Building, Chicago.” (1895)
Monumental News, The. The Manual of Monumental Lettering. Published by Monumental News, early 1900s, 174 pp.
Monumental News, The. The Monumental News Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly Monumental Art Journal, Chicago, Illinois. (Some issues from 1892 are available on this Stone Quarries and Beyond web site.)
Monumental News, The. “Setting America’s Greatest Columns.” (Cathedral of St. John the Devine, New York City, New York) The Monumental News, Vol. XXI, No. 1, January 1909, pp. 22-23. (The article begins: “The great Cathedral of St. John The Devine in New York, in many ways the biggest construction job of modern times, has been underway for eighteen years and bids fair to last fifty years longer. The chapel is nearing completion, shown on one of our pictures, is only a small part of the great structure as may be seen in the reproduction of the architect’s drawing. It was formerly estimated that the completed cathedral would cost about $20,000,000, but experts connected with its construction now figure that it will run much her than that….”)
The Monumental News. “Two Exhibitions of Sculpture in New York,” in The Monumental News, Vol. XVIII, No. 1, January 1906, pp. 28-30.
“‘The American Indian,’ as seen by the Artist and the Artist-photographer, was given in a collection of the well-known photographs from life of Indians, by Mr. Edward S. Curtis, which have been shown and illustrated in many parts of the country…In addition to his large number of photographs, of typical individuals, ceremonials and customs and scenes of daily life, Mr. Curtis has been for several years engaged in gathering from each tribe that he visits all the information available, as a supplement to his picture…Notwithstanding the great difference in the methods of the two arts, the resemblance between these pictures and the works in bronze and plaster of the sculptors was striking, and testified to the faithfulness both to nature and spirit of both – as may be seen in our reproductions….” (According to the article, the exhibition was held in the National Arts Club of New York City in November and December 1905.)
Monumental News, The. “Types of the Year’s Best Cemetery Monuments” (1921) Many Distinctive Types: Development of Tablet and Cross Forms, in The Monumental News, Vol. XXXIII, No. 1, January 1921, pp. 21-31.
Monumental News, The. “Various Aspects of the San Francisco Disaster” in The Monumental News Magazine, Vol. XVIII, No. 8, August, 1906, pp. 555-558. (This article includes information on the following subjects during the time period just after the 1906 earthquake: Stanford University in Palo Alto; the Dewey Monument in Union Square and the Statue of Agassiz, both in San Francisco; the Odd Fellows and Laurel Hill cemeteries in San Francisco; and the Fairmont Hotel, et al.)
Moore, Bernard N. Nonmetallic Mineral Resources of Eastern Oregon, Bulletin 875, Geological Survey, Prepared in cooperation with the State Mining Board of Oregon, United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C.:1937.
Moore, Fred Holmsley. Marbles and Limestones of Connecticut. Hartford: printed by the State Geological and Natural History Survey, 1935. Series: State Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut. Bulletin No. 56, State of Connecticut. Public Document No. 47. 56 pp.
Moore, Michael C., and Carl B. Rexroad. Age and Origin of Stone Quarried Near Fort Wayne in the Mid-1800's. Bloomington: State of Indiana, Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey, 1974.
Moore, R. C. "Buried Granite in Kansas," (abstract). Geological Society of America, Bulletin, vol. 33, no. 1, 1922. pp. 96-98.
Moore, R. C. "Geologic History of Crystalline Rocks of Kansas." Geologic Map, Riley County, Kansas. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Bulletin, vol. 2, 1918. pp. 98-113.
Moore, Richard T., and Eldred D. Wilson. Bibliography of the Geology of Mineral Resources of Arizona, 1848-1964, Bulletin 173, The Arizona Bureau of Mines, Tucson: The University of Arizona Press, 1965.
Morkot, R. The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Greece. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1996. (Presents an overview of t he chronology and geography of the classical world.)
Morning, John L. Mining and Quarrying Trends in The Metal and Nonmetal Industries. Washington: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, 1976. Series: Preprint from the 1974 Bureau of Mines Minerals yearbook, Doc Numbers: Govt Doc No.: I 28.37, a: M 66 4/2/974 GPO Item No. 639.
Morrill, P. New Hampshire Mines and Minerals Localities (2nd edition): Hanover, New Hampshire, Dartmouth College Museum, 1960. 46 p. (This book is part of Phillip Morrill's series of mineral localities in New England. It provides a list of New Hampshire mineral localities and the minerals found there, organized by town. Most localities have a code that locates the mine or quarry on a USGS 15' topographic map. A plastic template is included in the book for use in locating the mineral occurrences on the quad sheets.)
Morrill, P., and Winslow, W.S., Jr. Rhode Island Mines and Minerals. Privately published, 1969, 36 pp. (This book is part of Phillip Morrill's series of mineral localities in New England. It provides a list of Rhode Island mineral localities and the minerals found there, organized by town. The book includes a set of USGS base topographic maps showing the locations of mines, quarries, and other mineral collecting localities.)
Morrill, P. Maine Mines and Minerals, Vol., 1. Western Maine. Privately published, 1959 (1981 revision). 80 pp. (This book is part of Phillip Morrill's series of mineral localities in New England. It provides a list of western Maine mineral localities and the minerals found there, organized by town. The book includes a set of USGS base topographic maps showing the locations of mines, quarries, and other mineral collecting localities.)
Morrill, P., and Hinckley, W.P. Maine Mines and Minerals, Vol. 2, Eastern Maine. Privately published, 1959. 80 pp. (This book is part of Phillip Morrill's series on mineral localities in New England. It provides a list of eastern Maine mineral localities and the minerals found there, organized by town. The book includes a set of USGS base topographic maps showing the locations of mines, quarries, and other mineral collecting localities.)
Morris, A. Merionethshire.Cambridge County Geographies. 1913. (Note 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: "History of slate industry, pp. 70-74.")
Morris, T. O., and W. G. Fearnsides. "The Stratigraphy and Structure of the Cambrian Slate-Belt of Nantlle (Carnarvon)," Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society (London). vol. 82, 1926. 250-303. (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)
Morrison, G. A. "Mining a Deep Limestone Deposit in Ohio," American Inst. Min. Met. Eng. Tech. Pub. 1622; Min. Tech, vol. 7, 1943.
Morrow, John A. A Century of Hard Rock - the Story of Rising and Nelson Slate Company. Granville, NY: Grastorf Press, 1970.
Morse, William C. Geologic Conditions Governing Sites of Bridges and Other Structures. 1935. 20 pp. (Publication of the Mississippi Office of Geology.)
Morse, William Clifford. The Highland Church Sandstone as a Building Stone. University, Mississippi, 1935. 30 pp. (Publication of the Mississippi Office of Geology.)
Morse, William C. Mississippi Minerals. 1944. 13 pp. ("A list of the economic minerals arranged according to the bulletins in which they had been studied and tested; also a list of the economic products.") (Publication of the Mississippi Office of Geology.)
Morton, P. K. Mines and Mineral Resources of Imperial County, California. County Report 7, California Division of Mines and Geology, 1977.
Mrozinski, Mary Anne. “Resources for the Classroom Teacher: An Annotated Bibliography,” Markers I, pp. 172-173, Association for Gravestone Studies.
Mudge, B. F. First Annual Report on the Geology of Kansas for 1864. Kansas Geological Survey, 1866. 56 pp.
Muilenburg, Grace; and J. M. Jewett. Excerpts from "The Mineral Industry in Kansas," 1950 to 1954, pp. 13-14, in Geology and Landscape of Camp Naish Area, Wyandotte County; (with) notes on counties in administrative area, Kaw Council, Boy Scouts of America, 1956. 42 pages, (reissued and slightly revised in 1957)
Muilenburg, Grace, and Ada Swineford. Land of The Post Rock: Its Origins, History, and People. 3rd ed., University Press of Kansas, 1976. 207 pp. (A story of north-central Kansas and its people, and their relationship to the Post Rock.)
Muir, Richard. The Stones of Britain. London, M. Joseph, 1986. ISBN:0718125398.
Mumford, Lewis. Sticks and Stones: A Study of American Architecture and Civilization. Dover, New York: 1955.
Munroe, Charles E. (Charles Edward) and Clarence Hall. A Primer on Explosives for Metal Miners and Quarrymen. United States Bureau of Mines Bulletin 80. 1st ed., Washington: D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1915.
Munyan, A. C. Geology and Mineral Resources of the Dalton Quadrangle, Georgia-Tennessee. Georgia Department of Mines, Mining and Geology Bulletin 57, 1951. 128 pp.
Murdock, J., and R. W. Webb. Minerals of California, Bulletin 189. California Division of Mines and Geology, 1966.
Murdock, T. G. The Mining Industry in North Carolina from 1937 to 1945. North Carolina Division of Mineral Resources Economic Paper 65, 1950?. 57 pp
Murphy, C. H. Carolina Rocks! Orangeburg, South Carolina: Sandlapper Publishing Co., Inc. 1995. 261 pp.
Murphy, Jack A. Geology Tour of Denver's Buildings and Monuments. Jack A. Murphy, Denver, Colorado: Historic Denver in cooperation with Denver Museum of Natural History, c1995. ISBN:0914248065.
Murphy, Seamus. Stone Mad. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1966.
Murray-Wooley, Carolyn, and Karl Raitz. Rock Fences of the Bluegrass. Illustrated by Ron Garrison, Lexington, KY.: The University Press of Kentucky, 1992. ISBN:0-8131-1762-3. ("Gray rock fences built of ancient limestone are hallmarks of Kentucky's bluegrass landscape. Why did Kentucky farmers turn to rock as fence-building material when most had earlier used hardwood rails? Who were the masons responsible for Kentucky's lovely rock fences and what are the different rock forms used in this region?")
Murthy, V. R. "Bed Rock Geology of th East Barre Area, Vermont," Vermont Geological. Survey Bulletin 10, 1957.
Museum of Practical Geology,The Geological Museum: A Short Guide to the Exhibits, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, His Majesty's Stationery Office, London: 1947.
Myers, L. D. Construction Materials Inventory of Bourbon County, Kansas. Kansas Department of Transportation, Materials Inventory Report, no. 23, 1976. 86 pp.
Myers, L. D. Construction Materials Inventory of Cloud County, Kansas. Kansas Department of Transportation, Materials Inventory Report, no. 30, 1978. 164 pp.
Myers, L. D. Construction Materials Inventory of Greenwood County, Kansas. Kansas Department of Transportation, Materials Inventory Report, no. 36, 1982. 144 pp.