Nace, Helen L. Bibliography of Wyoming Geology, 1950-1959. Laramie: Geological Survey of Wyoming, 1979. 203 pp.
Nakagawa, Tadashi. “Louisiana Cemeteries: Manifestations of Regional and Denominational Identity,” Tadashi Nakagawa, Markers XI, pp. 28-51, Association for Gravestone Studies.
Nason, F. L. Some New York Minerals and Their Localities. August, 1888. 22 pp.
Nason, H.B., ed. Biographical Records of the Officers and Graduates of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1824–1886. Troy, New York, William H. Young, 1887, 614 pp.
National Association of Marble Dealers. “A Business That Grew From an Idea,” The Part Played by Marble in the Development of a Chain of English Restaurants.” Through the Ages, A monthly magazine devoted to the uses of Marble – its universal adaptability beauty, permanency and economy. Vol. 5, No. 8, December 1927, pp. 2-11.
National Association of Marble Dealers. “The Most Famous Stairway in New York City.” It has been called “The Masterpiece of the Master,” Through the Ages, Vol. 5, No. 8, December 1927, pp. 18-22. (Please excuse the odd formatting in this section. My husband Pat and our web master died. Peggy B. Perazzo)
The article begins: “To say that the house at 23 Park Avenue, New York City, is the supreme example of genius of the most notable architect of his time in that metropolitan area, would be to lay one’s self open to criticism, and yet certainly such an assertion would find many sponsors among the members of Stanford White’s own profession…The site is a corner one – Park Avenue and East Thirty-fifth Street – and the main entrance is on the Park Avenue side in the center of the façade….” “The original owner was J. Hampden Robb, who built the house for his private residence many years ago…In 1923, when the property became the possession of the Advertising Club of New York, it was remodeled by McKim, Mead and White to serve as a club house….”
The Advertising Club of New York, a building designed by Stanford White as a home for J. Hampden Robb.
“Entrance hall of the Advertising Club of New York, a building designed by Stanford White as a home for J. Hampden Robb.”
“Detail of the graceful marble stairway in the home of the Advertising Club of the New York City.”
“Mantel of Pavanazzo marble in the north lounge of the Advertising Club of New York building.”
“Mantel of Hauteville marble in the women’s reception room in the clubhouse of the Advertising Club of New York.”
“The library in the Advertising Club of New York has a mantel of Pollard oak and Numidian marble.”
National Association of Marble Dealers. “The New Stanley Theater,” Baltimore (Maryland) Now Has a Link in This Well-known Chain of Amusement Houses. From “Through the Ages,” published by the National Association of Marble Dealers, pp. 35-38. (Marbles listed in this article include: Rouge Royal, marble (“a deep-toned red, with variegated veinings in white”); Levanto, an Italian marble; Botticino marble; Breche Pavanazzo Fiorito; Pink Tennessee; York Fossil marble (“a New York State material”); white Italian marble; and English Vein; Belgian Black; and Fleur de Peché.)
National Association of Marble Dealers. “The Renaissance in Spain” Plateresque, Griego-Romano and Churrigueresque Followed the Gothic in Quick Succession,” in Through the Ages, Vol. 5, No. 8, December 1927, pp. 32-34. (The article begins: “While the main current of Spanish architecture remained national during the Gothic era, it was highly flavored by foreign influences, chiefly French. But after the fall of Granada, the rich art of the Moors was brought more forcibly to the attention of the Spanish artists, with the result that a Moresco-Gothic quickly followed. This soon gave way to Plateresque, so called because of the similarity of its surface decoration to the ornamentation used by gold and silver smiths, the Spanish name for such artisans being plateros….”)
National Industrial Conference Board. Stone, Clay, and Glass Products. New York: c1964.
National Museum of Wales. Children in the Mines 1840-42. (UK) 1972. (Includes information on Women and Girls at Mines in the UK.)
National Museum of Wales. Children Working Underground. 1979. (Includes information on Women and Girls at Mines in the UK.)
National Railway Publication. The Official Railway Equipment Register (July 1904-1905). (This book is available on Google Book Search for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)
National Slate Association. Slate Roofs. USA. National Slate Association, 1926.
Natural Stones: Marbles and Granites from All Over the World. Lucca, Studio Marmo, c1992.
Nelli, Humbert. From Immigrants to Ethnics: The Italian Americans. New York: Oxford University Press, 1982.
Nelson, JoAnne. The Geology of Western North America (Abridged Version). JoAnne Nelson, British Columbia Ministry of Energy and Mines, Victoria, BC, Canada, 37th Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals, May 23-25, 2001, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Nelson, W. A. Mineral Products Along the Tennessee Central Railroad. Tennessee Geological Survey, Resources of Tennessee, v. 3, no. 3, 1913. pp. 137-160.
Neudorfer, Giovanna. Vermont’s Stone Chambers: An Inquiry Into Their Past. Montpelier, Vermont: Vermont Historical Society, 1980,
Neuman, R. B., and W. H. Nelson. Geology of the Western Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee. U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 349-D, 1965. pp. D1-D81.
Nevins, J. Nelson. “Roofing-Slate Quarries of Washington County, New York,”Fifty-Third Annual Report of the New York State Museum, 1899. vol. 1, pp. 135-150, Albany, New York: 1902.
Nevius, J. N. "Roofing Slate Quarries of Washington County (New York)," Nineteenth Report of The State Geologist, 1899, New York State Museum, University of New York. Reprinted From the 53rd Annual Report of The New York State Museum, 1901.
New York Geological Survey. Fifteenth Annual Report of The State Geologist For The Year 1895 (New York), vol. 1, Transmitted To The Legislature April 27, 1896. New York Geological Survey, Albany And New York: Wynkoop, Hallenbeck, Crawford Co., State Printers, 1897. [There is a section on Erie County, New York, 1895, 87 pp. (Some of the photos include: # Sandstones At West Falls, Buffalo Cement Quarry, Fogelsonger's Quarry Williamsville, and Kilns of The Buffalo Cement C. Buffalo. There is a section that deals with the geology of the Hamilton and Chemung vicinity of New York, 1895, 139 pp. (Includes a Geologic Map Of Parts Of Chenango ~ Madison ~ Otsego ~ Schoharie And Albany Counties. Some of the pictures include: Silvernaile Quarry Near Charlotteville. There is also a section that deals with the geology, mining, quarrying and related details of Orange County New York, 1895, 82 pp. (some of the photoplates of various scenes covered in the report some of which are entitled: Limestone Quarry at Arden, Quarry West of Otisville, Granite Quarry on Mt. Eve.)]
New York Mineral Localities. October, 1903. 110 pp.
New Zealand Census of Mining and Quarrying, 1983-84. Wellington, New Zealand: Dept. of Statistics, 1986. (A volume of statistics consolidating earlier releases, with some additions.)
Newberry, J. S. "Building and Ornamental Stones." Reports and Awards, U. S. Centennial Com. Internal. Exhib. 1876. vol. 3, groups 1, 2, 1880. 137-160. (Includes information on the marbles of Vermont)
Newberry, J. S. "Report on Building Stones of the United States and Statistics of the Quarry Industry," Tenth Census, vol. 10, 1884. 318-324.
Newell, J.R. “James Dwight Dana and the Emergence of Professional Geology in the United States.” American Journal of Science, v. 297, 1997, pp. 273–282.
Newland, D. H. The Mineral Resources of the State of New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 223-24; 1921. 165-97.
Newland, D. H., and C. A. Hartnagel. The Mining and Quarry Industries of New York State for 1927 to 1929. New York State Museum Bulletin 295, 1932. pp. 3-99.
Newland, D. H. (David Hale) and C. A. Hartnagel (1) The Mining and Quarry Industries of New York State for 1930-1933. (2) Recent Natural Gas Developments in New York State, Albany: The University of the State of New York, 1939. Series: New York State Museum Bulletin, No. 305, April, 1936.
Newland, D. H. (David Hale) and C. A. Hartnagel. The Mining and Quarry Industries of New York State for 1934-1936, New York State Museum Bulletin, No. 319. Natural gas developments in New York state for the period 1935-1938. Albany, New York: The University of the State of New York, February 1939.
Newland, D. H. Mining and Quarry Industry of New York. Bulletin of the New York State Museum. July 1905. 78 pp.
Newland, D. H. Mining and Quarry Industry of New York 1906. Bulletin of the New York State Museum June, 1907.
Newland, D. H. Mining and Quarry Industry of New York 1907. Bulletin of the New York State Museum, July 1908.
Newland, D. H. Mining and Quarry Industry of New York 1908. Bulletin of the New York State Museum, June 1909. 98 pp.
Newland, D. H. Mining and Quarry Industry of New York for 1909. Bulletin of the New York State Museum, August, 1910. 98 pp.
Newland, D. H. Mining and Quarry Industry of New York for 1911. Bulletin of the New York State Museum, July 1912. 114 pp.
Newland, D. H. Mining and Quarry Industry of New York for 1912. Bulletin of the New York State Museum, August 1913. 114 pp.
Newland, D. H. Mining and Quarry Industry of New York for 1913. Bulletin of the New York State Museum, December 1914. 111 pp.
Newland, D. H. Mining and Quarry Industry of New York for 1914. Bulletin of the New York State Museum, November, 1915. 88 pp.
Newland, D. H. The Mining and Quarry Industry of New York State: Report of Operations and Production During 1909, New York State Museum Bulletin 142. Albany, New York: The University of the State of New York, August 1910.
Newland, D. H. The Quarry Materials of New York - Granite, Gneiss, Trap and Marble. New York State Museum Bulletin No. 181. Albany, New York: The University of the State of New York, 1916. 212 pp.
Nickey, J. M. The Stoneworker's Bible. 3rd printing, Blue Ridge Summit, PA: TAB Books, 1981.
Nicol, James "On the Slate Rocks and Trap Veins of Easdale and Oban." Quart. Jour., vol. 15, 1859. 110-116.
Nigh, Robin Franklin. “Under Grave Conditions: African-American Signs of Life and Death in N. Florida,” in Markers XIV, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1997.
Nighman, C. E. and O.E. Kiessling. Rock Drilling. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Work Projects Administration, National Research Project in cooperation with Department. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, 1940. Series: Mineral technology and output per man studies.
Noble, Doug. Mines of El Dorado County (& Quarries) [PDF], by Doug Noble, El Dorado County Library web site. You can view this document in PDF format on the El Dorado County Library web site, or you can download the PDF document to your computer. See the “El Dorado County History” section for instructions to download the document.)
Nolan, Ann, and Keith A. Buckley. Indiana Stonecarver: The Story of Thomas R. Reding, by Indiana Historical Society, 1984, 106 pp., ISBN-10: 999945447X, ISBN-13: 978-9999454476. (This book chronicles the life of Thomas R. Reding from Salem, Indiana. Details his work are included along with many black-and-white photographs of his carvings and tombstones that can be found throughout Indiana. Most of these older markers are carved from a fine-grained, light-colored sandstone. The engraving on these stones appears to be of consistently higher quality than that of the marble ones. Although the sandstone slabs date from 1830 to 1850, they have retained their sharpness and detail.)
Nordkalott. Project. Industrial Minerals and Rocks, Northern Fennoscandia. (Map) Compiled at the Geological Surveys of Finland, Norway, and Sweden. [This map is a result of Nordic collaboration supported by the Nordic Council of Ministers; this map is a result of the Nordkalott Project, a joint venture (1980-1986).]
Norman, C. H. Taylor. Oklahoma Geological Survey Bulletin No. 20. Oklahoma Geological Survey, 1915. (This books presents a full discussion of the granites of Oklahoma.)
Norman, L. A., Jr., and R. M. Stewart. "Mines and Mineral Resources of Inyo County (California)," California. Jour. Mines and Geology, vol. 47, 1951. 103+.
Norris, Darrel A. “Ontario Gravestones,” Markers V, pp. 122-149, Association for Gravestone Studies. (Ontario, Canada)
North, F. J. Limestones: Their Origins, Distribution, and Uses. Fleet Lane, London: Thomas Murby and Co., 1930. 467 pp.
North, F. J., D.Sc., F.G.S. The Slates of Wales. Cardiff: National Museum of Wales and The Press Board of the University of Wales, 1927.
North Carolina Geological Survey. The Mining Industry in North Carolina. Editions were published for the following years: 1908, 1909, and 1910; 1913-17; 1918 to 1923; 1927 and 1928; 1929 to 1936; 1937 to 1945; 1946 through 1953; 1954 through 1959; 1960 through 1967.
Northeast Iowa Genealogical Society. Greenwood Cemetery Index, Des Moines: Iowa Genealogical Society, 1993.
Norwood, Stephany. Balmaidens; A Study of Victorian Female Workers in the West Country. (UK) B. Ed (Hons.) Thesis, Wolverhampton Polytechnic, 1991. (Includes information on Women and Girls in Cornish Mining in the UK.)
"Note on a New Variety of Maine Slate," Bulletin 285, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1906. 449-450.
"Notes on Arkansas Roofing Slates," Bulletin 225, United States Washington, D. C.: Geological Survey, Government Printing Office, 1904. 414-416.
"Novaculites and Other Whestones," Mineral Resources of the United States for 1886. 1887. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office.
Nowak, W. S. W. Selected Sources of Data on the Use of Quarried Stone for Architecture, Road Building, and as Concrete Basis. Monticello, Illinois: Vance Bibliographies, 1978.
Noyes, Alice. Images of America Around Hooksett (New Hampshire), Arcadia Publishing, 1997. 128 pp. (The book provides information on the stone quarries in the area.)