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Safford, J. M. The Geology of Tennessee. Nashville: 1869. 550 pp.

Salisbury, J. W. Geology and Mineral Resources of the Northwest quarter of the Cohutta Mountain Quadrangle. Georgia Geological Survey Bulletin 71, 1961. 61 pp.

Sample, O. H. ed. Monument Dealer’s Manual. Allied Arts Publishing Co., 1919.

Samuel, Calvin, and James H. Lees. Iowa Geological Survey: Volume XVII: Annual Report, 1906 With Accompanying Papers. (Includes quarry products of Iowa.)

Samuel, Raphael, (editor). History Workshop Series Miners, Quarrymen and Saltworkers. Routledge & Kegan Paul London, Henley and Boston 1977.

Sanborn, Laura Sue. “Composantos: Sacred Places of the Southwest,” Markers VI, pp. 158-179, Association for Gravestone Studies. (Mexican American, New Mexico, USA)

Sanders, R. H. "The Geology of Lehigh and Northampton Counties," Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania, Report of Progress D3. vol. 1, chap. 2, The Slate Region (figs. on 95, 119, 127, and pl. 1), 1883.

Sanders, Scott R. (text by)and photographs by Jeffrey A. Wolin, Stone Country. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1985. (Out of print; reprinted as In Stone Country, by Scott Russell Sanders, Beacon Press, paperback ISBN: 0807063355.)

Sandy, Michael R. Geologic Glimpses From Around the World: The Geology of Monuments in Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum, Dayton, Ohio: A Self-Guided Tour, Guidebook No. 8. Other titles: Geology of Monuments in Woodland Cemetery, Dayton, Geology of Monuments in Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum, Dayton, Ohio, publisher: Columbus: State of Ohio, Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, 1992, 29 pp.  (Field Trip 10 for the Annual Meeting of the Geolocial Society of America, Cincinnati, Ohio, October 26-29, 1992.)

Sanford, Robert, and Don and Nina Huffer. Stonewalls and Cellar Holes: A Guide for Landowners on Historic Features and Landscapes in Vermont's Forests. Waterbury, Vermont: Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, a project of the Vermont Forest Stewardship Program, 1995.

Sanjani, Sally. A Mine of Her Own: Women Prospectors in the American West 1850-1950, University of Nebraska Press, 1997 (Includes information on Women in Mines in America.)

Santa Barbara Conservancy. Stone Architecture in Santa Barbara (California). Images of America Series, Arcadia Publishing, April 2009, 128 pp., ISBN-10: 0738569682; ISBN-13: 978-0738569680. (Book description: “Building with stone requires a commitment to permanence, like the extraordinary, almost citywide conviction of builders in Santa Barbara from the 1870s through the 1930s. As Santa Barbara was evolving from a dusty little port and outlying resort into a vibrant and growing city, there occurred an extraordinary era of stone construction….”)

Santa Fe Southern Pacific Corp. and the Southern Pacific Co. Minerals for Industry, Northern California, volume II, Summary of Geological Survey of 1955-1961. Special Report 094.

Santa Fe Southern Pacific Corp. and the Southern Pacific Co. Minerals for Industry, Southern California, volume III, Summary of Geological Survey of 1955-1961. Special Report 095.

Sargent, S. B.  Book of Epitaphs (circa 1890s) (pdf) – Provided by Office of S. B. Sargent, Manufacturer of & Dealer in All Kinds of Marble & Granite Work, Tilton, New Hampshire  (The title and date of publication are unknown, although the S.B. Sargent company is listed in an 1893 publication.  The last half of the booklet is in German.)

Saunders, William L.  “Notes on Quarrying.”  Scientific American, Vol. LXIII, No. 20, New York, November 15, 1890, pp. 310.  (Article about the Brandywine Granite Company, located on Brandywine Creek in Wilmington, Delaware;  the Albemarle Soapstone Company, located in North Garden, Virginia; and the Vermont marble quarries.)

Savage, Chet. The Beauty of Granite in the Granite State (New Hampshire). Berlin, New Hampshire: Smith and Town Printers, 1994.

Saville, R. J. Langton's Stone Quarries. Langston Matravers Local History and Preservation Society, 1986.

Scarre, C. The Penguin Historical Atlas of Ancient Rome. Harmondsworth: Penguin. 1995. (Presents an overview of the chronology and geography of the classical world.)

Schaffer, Robert John. The Weathering of Natural Building Stones. London: H. M. Stationery Office, printed by Harrison and Sons, Ltd., 1932.

Schaller, Waldemar T. " Minerals from the Leona Heights" (Oakland, California). University of California Dept. Geol. Sci. Bull., vol. 3, 1930. 191-217.

Scharf, J. Thomas. The Natural Resources and Advantages of Maryland. Being a Complete Description of All of the Counties of the State and City of Baltimore. Annapolis: 1892. (Entry from the Bibliography, The History of the Quarrying Industry chapter, of Maryland Geological Survey, vol. II, 1898.)

Schlicker, Herbert G., Jerry J. Gray, and James L. Bela. Rock Material Resources of Benton County, Oregon. In cooperation with Benton County Board of County Commissioners, Corvallis, Oregon, and Oregon Land Conservation and Development Commission, publisher: Portland, State of Oregon, Department of Geology and Mineral Industries, 1978.

Schmidt, Carl Frederick. Cobblestone Masonry. Scottsville, N. Y., 1966.

Schneer, C. J. Ebenezer Emmons and the Foundations of American Geology, Isis, Vol. 60, 1969, pp. 439-450.

Schneer, C. J. The Great Taconic Controversy, Isis. Vol. 69, 1978, pp. 173-191.

Schoewe, W. H. Bibliography and General Index of Geological and Related Papers Published by the Kansas State Board of Agriculture, 1873-1957. Kansas Geological Survey, Open-file Report, no. 1957-6, 1957. 14 pp.

Schoewe, W. H. "The Geography of Kansas," Part 4; the Economic Geography; Mineral Resources. Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions, vol. 61, no. 4, 1958. pp. 359-468.

School of Mineral Industries and Experiment Station. "Properties and New Uses of Pennsylvania Slate," Bulletin #47: Utilization of Waste Slate, The Pennsylvania State College Bulletin, vol. XLI, July 18, 1947. Number 30. 1-168.

School of Mines Quarterly, The. Marble Deposits of the Western United States,” in The School of Mines Quarterly, by Columbia University. School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Columbia University, 1889, Vol. 10, pp. 69-72.

Schrader, Frank C., and Erasmus Haworth. Economic Geology of the Independence Quadrangle, Kansas, Bulletin 296. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1906. 74 pp.

Schrader, F. C., R. W. Stone, and Samuel Sanford. Useful Minerals of the United States. U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 624, 1917. 412 pp.

Schulmerich, Alma. Josie Pearl. Desert Book Co., 1963, 273 pp. (Includes information on Women in Mines in America.)

Schultz, Charles H. (edited by). Geology of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Deptarment of Conservation and Natural Resources, December 1998. 888 pages. ISBN: 0818202270

Schulze, Franz. Mariotti. Text by Franz Schulze; introduction by Bruce Graham; photographs by Taro Yamasaki; design by Jerry Herring, Houston, Texas: Herring Press, Austin, Texas, distributed by Texas Monthly Press, 1988. ISBN:0917001079. (A look into the famous Italian family who has supplied the stone for major architectural projects since 1890.)

Schultz, J. E.  “Cleaving Granite by Compressed Air.” Mine and Quarry, Sullivan Machinery Company, Chicago, Illinois, Vol. VII, No. 4, July-August 1913, pp. 744-749.

“Starting a 400-foot ledge line with Sullivan Plug Drills.” (From “Cleaving Granite by Compressed Air,” “Mine and Quarry,” July-August 1913, pp. 744-749) “Feather edge of granite split by air.” (From “Cleaving Granite by Compressed Air,” “Mine and Quarry,” July-August 1913, pp. 744-749) “The paving block production is a large one.” (From “Cleaving Granite by Compressed Air,” “Mine and Quarry,” July-August 1913, pp. 744-749)

“Starting a 400-foot ledge line with Sullivan Plug Drills.”

“Feather edge of granite split by air.”

“The paving block production is a large one.”

Schuyler, James D., (Archive/Manuscript). Report on the Sonoma Trap Rock Quarry and the Proposed Railway and Barge Line for Delivery of Crushed Rock and Belgian Blocks to San Francisco. 1907. (Information from California Digital Library, MELVYL Catalog.)

Schvoerer, M. (editor) Archéomatériaux - Marbres et Autres Roches. ASMOSIA Colloquium IV. Bordeaux: Presses Universitaires de Bordeaux, 1999. (ancient quarries)

Schwart, Eva. Marble in America, Part 1:  The Industry,” by Eva Schwartz, in “Focal Points” on the Barbara Israel Garden Antiques web site.  Part 2,  “Marble in America: Part II, Marketing & Perception.”  Companies mentioned in the article include:  Vermont Marble Company; Sutherland Falls Marble Company, Proctor, Vermont; and Producers Marble Company – all of Proctor, Vermont; and Colorado Yule Marble Quarry, Marble, Colorado.

Schwartz, G. M., and G. A. Thiel. "Dimension Stone in Minnesota," Min. Eng., vol. 4, 1952. 77-80.

Schwartz, George Melvin, and George A. Thiel. Minnesota's Rocks and Waters: A Geological Story. Minneapolis, MN: The University of Minnesota Press,1st ed. 1954; 2nd ed. 1958; later ed. 1963, 366 pp.

Schwartz, Sharron P. “In Defence of Customary Rights.” in Cornish Studies No. 7, Exeter, 1999, pp. 9-31. (Includes information on Women and Girls in Cornish Mining in the UK.)

Scientific American.  “Anderson’s Stone Dresser.”  (Mastodon Stone Dresser) in Scientific American, Vol. XXV, No. 15, October 7, 1871, pp. 223  (Patented July 12, 1870, by Mr. A. G. Anderson; patent owned by Rice & Anderson of Quincy, Illinois.)

Scientific American.  “The Disaster at The Crarae Quarries” (Scotland), in Scientific American Supplement, November 27, 1886.

Scientific American.  “Improved Stone-Sawing Machinery.” Scientific American Magazine, Vol. XXXV, No. 13, New York, September 23, 1876, pp. 191.

Scientific American.  “New Mexico Onyx.”  Scientific American, Vol. LXIII, No. 12, September 20, 1890, pp. 177.

Scientific American & Scientific Ameican Supplement.  “Our Building Stone Supply  (Quarrying in the United States circa 1887), by George P. Merrill, Scientific American Supplement, No. 577, January 22, 1887, & “Our Building Stone Supply” Conclusion, Scientific American Supplement, No. 578, January 29, 1887. Also available is the similar, but earlier and shorter version of this article:  “Our Building Stone Supply,” Scientific American,  January 8, 1887.

Scientific American.  “Revolving Bridge and Travelling Crane at the Thiarmont Quarries, Belgium,” Scientific American Supplement, November 18, 1876.

Scientific American.  “The Rockport Granite Quarries” (Massachusetts), in Scientific American, Vol. XXXIX, No. 20, November 16, 1878, pp. 314.

Sears, Roebuck & Co.  Tombstones and Monuments:  Catalog of Memorial Art in Granite and Marble, Chicago, Illinois, circa 1906 (large file)

Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania. The Geology of Lehigh and Northampton Counties. Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania: Report of Progress. D3, vol. I. Harrisburg: Board of Commissioners for the Second Geological Survey, 1883.

Secord, J. A. Controversy in Victorian Geology: The Cambrian-Silurian Dispute. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, 1986, 363 pp.

"Secular Decay of Granite Rocks," Proc. Iowa Acad. Sci., vol. ii, Des Moines: 1895. 27-31. (Entry from the Bibliography, The History of the Quarrying Industry chapter, of Maryland Geological Survey, vol. II, 1898.)

Sedgwick, A. "On the Classification of the Fossiliferous Slates of North Wales, Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire," Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society (London), vol. 3, 1847. 133-164. (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)

See, Randolph B., Michael M. Reddy, and Richard G. Martin. Description and Testing of Three Moisture Sensors for Measuring Surface Wetness on Carbonate Building Stones. Prepared in cooperation with the National Park Service, Reston, Virginia, Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey; Denver, Colorado, 1987.

Seely, Henry M. "The Geology of Vermont," The Vermonter, vol. 5, no. 7, 1901. 53-67.

Seely, Henry M. "The Marble Fields and Marble Industry of Western New England," Papers and Proc. Middlebury Hist. Soc., vol. 1, pt. 2, 1885. 23-52, and Appendix, The Marble Border of Western New England.

Segal, Joshua L. (Rabbi). A Field Guide to Visiting a Jewish Cemetery: A Spiritual Journey to the Past, Present and Future. Jewish Cemetery Publishing, LLC, November 24, 2005, 220 pp., ISBN-10: 0976405717, ISBN-13: 978-0976405719.

Sellards, E. H. "Mineral Industries and Resources of Florida," in Sixth Annual Report of the Florida State Geological Survey, pp. 27-114, 1914.

Selwyn, A. R. C., and J. B. Jukes. "Sketch of the Structure of the Country Extending from Cader Idris to Moel Siabod, North Wales," Quart. Journ. Geol. Soc., London: vol. 4, 1848. 300-312.

Selwyn, A. R. C. "Slates on Calabogie Lake, in Horton, Ross, and Lavant Townships in Southern Ontario," Canada Geol. Survey Rept. Progress, 1876-77.

Semenov, V. B.  Ural Stone-Cutter, The Perm Book Publishing House, 1982, 197 pp. (in Russian and English)

Severinghaus, N., Jr. "Current Technology in the Georgia Marble Industry," Min. Eng., vol. 9, 1957. 1341-1344.

Severinghaus, Nelson. "Problems in the Quarrying of Lithonia Georgia Granite." Geological Survey of Georgia, Bulletin 56, 1950. pp. 80-85.

Sewell, J. S. "The Effects of the San Francisco Earthquake on Buildings, Engineering Structures, and Structural Materials," Bulletin 324, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1907. 62-130.

Shackley, Myra L. Rocks and Man. London: Allen and Unwin, 1977. ISBN:0049130188.

Shadmon, A. The Development of an Integrated Dimension Stone Industry in Israel. 1988. (Available from the Israel Geological Survey.)

Shadmon, Asher. Stone: An Introduction. London, UK: Intermediate Technology Publications; New York, NY: Bootstrap Press, 1989. ISBN:0946688087 (pbk.: UK): ISBN:0942850157.

Shadmon, Asher. Stone in Israel. Jerusalem: State of Israel, Ministry of Development, Natural Resources Research Organization, 1972.

Shaler, Nathaniel Southgate. The Geology of Cape Ann, Massachusetts. United States Washington, D. C.: Geological Survey, 1888.

Shaler, Nathaniel Southgate. The Geology of the Road-Building Stones of Massachusetts, with Some Consideration of Similar Materials From Other Parts of the United States. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1895. (This book is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shaler, N. S. "Preliminary Report on the Geology of the Common Roads of the United States," Fifteenth Annual Report, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1895. 259-306.

Shaler, N. S. "Slates, Description of Quarries and Quarry Regions," Tenth Census, United States, 1880, vol. 10, part 2, report on the building stones of the United States and statistics of the quarry industry, pp. 168-174.

Shannon, C. W. Handbook on the Natural Resources of Oklahoma. Oklahoma Geological Survey, Oklahoma City: Trave-Trammel Co., Norman, September, 1916. 96 pp.

Sharpe, D. "On Slaty Cleavage," Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society (London), vol. 3, 1847. 74-105.

Sharpe, Daniel. "On Slaty Cleavage," (second communication), Geol. Soc. London Quart. Jour., vol. 5, 1849. 111-129.

Sharpe, D. "On the Arrangement of the Foliation and Cleavage of Rocks of the North of Scotland," Philosophical Transactions Royal Society, 1852. 445-461.

Shaughnessy, Jim. The Rutland Road. San Diego, Calif.: Howell-North Books, 1964. (About the Rutland Railroad, which ran through Vermont and northern New York for more than a hundred years.)

Shaw, M. "Dee Side Tramway," Industrial Railway Record 137. June 1994. 281-8. (UK)

Shearer, H. K. Report on the Slate Deposits of Georgia. Georgia Geological Survey Bulletin 34, 1918. 192 pp.

Shedd. (Areal report/reference on building stone in Washington), Washington Geological Survey, II, 1902, p. 3. (Citation from Economic Geology of the United States, by Heinrich Ries, 1907.)

Shedd, Solon. "Building and Ornamental Stones of Washington," Washington Geological Survey, Annual Report for 1902.

Shedd, S. "The Building and Ornamental Stones of Washington," Annual Report, Washington Geological Survey, vol. 2, 1903.

Shedd, Solon. The Mineral Resources of the State of Washington (with statistics for 1922), Division of Geology, Bulletin No. 30, 1924, State of Washington Department of Conservation and Development, Division of Geology, Frank M. Lamborn, Public Printer, Olympia, 1924, 224 pp. (Non-Metallic Minerals covered are: Coal, Portland cement, Clay Industry, stone, sand and gravel, asbestos, barium, calcium, graphite, magnesium, lime, basalt, granite, limestone, sandstone, slate and marble.)

Shelton, John E., and Harold J. Drake. Stone: A Chapter from Mineral Facts and Problems. (1975 edition) U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of U.S. Government Printing Office, 1976.

Shepardson, Ann F. “John Huntington, Gravestone Carver of Lebanon, Connecticut,” in Markers XIII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1996.

Shiloh, Yigal. The Proto-Aeolic Capital and Israelite Ashlar Masonry. Jerusalem: Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Orders to Israel Exploration Society, 1979, (Subject: Palestine Building stones.).

Shirley, L. E., and H. S. Johnson, Jr. "Mineral Industry of South Carolina," in U.S. Bureau of Mines, Minerals Yearbook, 1963. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, v. 3, 1964. pp. 963-978.

Shoemaker, George H. “Acculturation and Transformation of Salt Lake Temple Symbols in Mormon Tombstone Art,” in Markers IX, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1992. (Illinois, Utah, USA)

Shore, Bertram Charles Glossop. Stones of Britain; A Pictorial Guide To Those in Charge of Valuable Buildings. London: L. Hill, 1957.

A Short Sketch of Beautiful Monson: The Discovery of Slate and The Rise and Growth of The Monson Maine Slate Company, (The Switzerland Of Maine). Boston, 1889. 32 pp. (Reproduction (1995) With a second 12 Page Reproduction)

Short, Vincent and Sears, Edwin B. Sail and Steam Along the Maine Coast. Bond Wheelwright, 1956. (The book is about Maine shipping from 1786 to modern times.)

Shortridge, James R. The WPA Guide to 1930s Kansas. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, reprint 1984.

Siebenthal, C. E. "The Bedford Oolitic Limestone (Indiana)," Nineteenth Annual Report, Part 6, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1898. 292-296.

Simson, Otto von. The Gothic Cathedral: Origins of Gothic Architecture and the Medieval Concept of Order. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1988.

Simonin, L. Underground Life: or, Mines and Miners (La Vie Souterraine). translated by Bristow W. H., 1868, 522 pp. (Includes information on Women and Girls in Cornish Mining in the UK. This book is available on Google Books – Full View Books.)

Sims, Catherine F. Mineral Producers Directory. 1982. 19 pp. (The report contains information on the major mineral producers in Mississippi, with emphasis on the clay, sand and gravel, and stone industries.) (Publication of the Mississippi Office of Geology.)

Sims, Catherine F. Mineral Producers Directory. 1984. 20 pp. (Publication of the Mississippi Office of Geology.)

Sinclair, John. Quarrying, Opencast, and Alluvial Mining. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1969. 375 pp.

Singleton, R. "Stone," Mineral Commodity Summaries 1982. U.S. Bureau of Mines, 1982. 146-147.

Skehan, James William. Roadside Geology of Massachusetts. Mountain Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, February 2001. Paperback, 379 pp., ISBN: 0878424296.

Skelton, Lawrence. Wichita's Building Blocks: A Guide to Building Stones and Geological Features. Kansas Geological Survey, Educational Series 11, 1997.

Skidmore, Walter A. The Revised Statues of the United States Relating to Mineral Lands and Mining Resources. San Francisco: Sumner Whitney, 1875, 114 pp. (This book is available in Google Book Search Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

"Slate," Mineral Resources United States for 1908, Part 2. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1909. 521-532.

"The Slate Industry of Slatington, Pennsylvania, and Martinsburg, West Virginia," Bulletin 213, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1903. 361-364.

"Slate Investigations During 1904," Bulletin 260, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1905. 486-488.

"The Slate Quarries of North Wales," Reprint of letters to Carnarvon and Denbigh Herald, 1873.

Slater, James A. “Jonathan and John Loomis of Coventry, Connecticut,” James A. Slater, in Jessie Lie Farber, ed. “Stonecutters and Their Works,” Markers I, Association for Gravestone Studies, pp. 131-138.

Slater, James A. “Jotham Warren, The Plainfield Trumpeter,” in Markers XIII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1996. (Connecticut, USA)

Slater, James A. “Obituary: Daniel Farber (1906-1998),” in Markers XVI, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1999.

Sleater, Gerald A. A Review of Natural Stone Preservation. Washington, D. C.: U.S. Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, 1973.

Sloan, Earle. "A Catalogue of the Mineral Localities of South Carolina," Bulletin Geol. Survey, South Carolina, ser. 4, no. 2, 1908. (reprinted 1958) 505 pp.

Sloane, Eric. Our Vanishing Landscape. New York: Ballantine Books, 1955. (Includes information on stone walls.)

Smeaton, J. A Narrative of the Construction of the Eddystone Lighthouse. 1791. 198 pp. (UK)

Smith. (Areal report on Building Stone in Alabama), Eng. and Min. Jour., LXVI, 398. (Citation from Economic Geology of the United States, by Heinrich Ries. 1907.)

Smith, A. J. "The Americus Limestone." Kansas Academy of Science, Transactions, vol. 17, 1901. pp. 189-193.

Smith, Caroline. "An Island Women - Salome Sylvester Sellers." Rittenhouse, Stonington, Maine: Peg Mitten Press. (This book includes information about Deer Isle, Maine.)

Smith, Charles A. A Comprehensive History of Minnehaha County, South Dakota. 1949. 504 pp. (Includes information on the Legend of Pipestone Quarries, Early Transportation, Quarrying, and N. S. Power and Light Co. Quarries.)

Smith, Christy Spurlock. "Stone of the Most Beautiful Kind: The White Stone Quarry of Bowling Green," The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society. 92(1), Winter, 1994, 44-72.

Smith, Deborah A. “Monumental Ambition: A Kentucky Stonecutter’s Career,” Markers XI, pp. 168-185, Association for Gravestone Studies.

Smith, Deborah A. “Safe in the Arms of Jesus’: Consolation on Delaware Children’s Gravestones, 1840-99,” Markers IV, pp. 85-106, Association for Gravestone Studies.

Smith, E. A., and assistants. Geological Map of Alabama: Chart to Accompany Geological Map of Alabama. Geological Survey, Alabama, 1894.

Smith, E. A., and Henry McCalley. Index to the Mineral Resources of Alabama, with map and illustrations. Geological Survey of Alabama, 1904. 67.

Smith, G. O. "The Granite Industry of the Penobscot Bay District, Maine," Bulletin 260, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, pp. 489-190 (sic).

Smith, H. P., and W. S. Rann (editors). History of Rutland County, Vermont. Syracuse, N.Y.: D. Mason & Co., 1886. (Reprinted by Heritage Books, Inc., 1993)

Smith, Henry Nash. Clarence King, John Wesley Powell, and The Establishment of The United States Geological Survey. Reprinted from the Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Summer 1947. 22pp. (Discussion of the establishment of the United States Geological Survey. A new interpretation of the rivalries and conflicts involved during the 1870s is presented, including disputes concerning scientific exploration and research in the American West be under the War Department or under Civilian control.)

Smith, J. Russell. New Jersey People, Resources, and Industries of the Garden State. John C. Winston Company, 1935. 67 pp.

Smith, L. L. "Weather Pits in Granite of the Southern Piedmont," Jour. Geomorph. vol. 4, 1941. pp. 117-127.

Smith, M. R. (edited by) Stone: Building Stone, Rock Fill and Armourstone in Construction. London: Geological Society, 1999. ISBN:1862390290.

Smith, N. M. "Selection of Quarry Sites in the Dimension Limestone Belt of Indiana." (abstract), Bulletin Geol. Soc. Amer., vol. 68, 1957. 1797.

Smith, P. S. "The Geology and Mineral Resources of the Solomon and Casadepaga Quadrangles, Seward Peninsula, Alaska," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 433, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1910. 227 pp.

Smith, P. S. "Mineral Resources of the Lake Clark-Iditarod Region," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 622, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1915. 247-271.

Smith, P. S. "Investigation of the Mineral Deposits of Seward Peninsula," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 345, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1908. 206-250.

Smith, Peter L. Canal Architecture. Album 158, Buckinghamshire, UK: Shire Publications, 32 pp., ISBN 0 7478 0169 X.. ("In recent years there has been a growing appreciation of our long-neglected canals and their architecture.This book describes and illustrates these permanent reminders of the canal age and gives details about the different types of stone and brickworked as well as particular designs, building practices and finishes.."

Smith, Peter L. Discovering Canals in Britain. Db 257, Buckinghamshire, UK: Shire Publications, 112 pp., ISBN 0 7478 0204 1. ("This book deals with the history of canals from the improvement of the early river navigations, the canal age, their decline of canals, their changing role and current use. Special topics, such as water supply, are described, with details of engineering achievements including tunnels, aqueducts and buildings, as well as locks, their use and how to operate them..")

Smith, Philip S. The Mineral Industry of Alaska in 1939, Technology & Science U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin 926A, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: 1941. 107 pp.

Smith, Philip S. Mineral Industry of Alaska in 1940, United States Geological Survey Bulletin 933-A. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1942. 102 pp.

Smith, Philip S. Mineral Industry of Alaska in 1940. United States Geolological Survey Bulletin 933-A, 1942. 102 pp.

Smith Phillip S., and others. Mineral Resources of Alaska, Report of the Progress of Investigations in 1929, Bulletin 824. U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.: U.S.Government Printing Office, 1932, 181 pp.

Smith, R. A. "Limestones of Michigan." Michigan Geological and Biological Survey, Pub. 21, Geol. Ser. 17, Part II, 1916. 101-311.

Smith, R. W. "Limestone Mining at Ste. Genevieve, Missouri," Amer. Inst. Min. Met. Eng. Trans., vol. 129, 1938. 76-98.

Smith, Thomas Cooper. Slate Quarries in Wales. 1860. (Two later editions)

Smith, Walter B. "Methods of Quarrying, Cutting, and Polishing Granite," Mineral Industries: Eleventh Census, United States (1892). 612-618. Also Sixteenth Annual Report, United States Geological Survey, part 4, 446-556.

Smyth, C. H., Jr. "Report on a Preliminary Examination of The General And Economic Geology of Four Townships in St. Lawrence and Jefferson Counties, New York," Annual Report, New York State Museum, vol. 47, 1894. 687-709.

Smock, J. S. Building Stone in the State of New York. March 1888. 154p.

Smock, J. S. Building Stone in New York. September, 1890. 210 pp.

Snair, Elizabeth Jane. A History of the Marble Operation at Marble, Colorado, Dissertation. 1961, 100 leaves, Thesis (M.A.), University of Denver, 1961. Includes bibliographical references (leaves [96]-100) and abstractPhotocopy. (Subjects: Marble industry and trade, Colorado.) (This entry is from the California Digital Library, MELVYL Catalog.)

Snape, Steven. Egyptian Temples. Shire Egyptology 24, Buckinghamshire, UK: Shire Publications, 64 pp., ISBN 0 7478 0327 7. ("Colossal stone temples are one of the most immediately recognisable products of ancient Egyptian civilisation: distinctive in appearance, striking in sheer size and impressive in the skill shown in the carving and painting of their walls. This book looks at what is known about Egyptian temples, their chronological development, and the range of different religious structures referred to under the general heading of temples.It also explains the underlying ideas which result in Egyptian temples developing such a particular and peculiar appearance and why both architecture and decoration in Egyptian temples reflect different periods of temple building and different types of temple.")

Snelling, Walter O. Explosives Efficiency In Limestone Quarrying. A paper presented by Walter O.Snelling, Director of Research, Trojan Powder, Allentown, Pennsylvania, Before The Portland Cement Association, Chicago, September 20,1921. 12 pp. (Determining the amount of energy which is effectually utilized in a quarry blast, area of rock surface fractured, stemming, well drill shooting, the nitrostarch explosives of the Trojan Powder Company.)

Snider, L. C. Geography of Oklahoma, Bulletin 27, Oklahoma Geological Survey Oklahoma: Co. Operative Publishing Co., September, 1917. 325 pp. (Some of the topics included are: General geology of Oklahoma, geology and geologic history of Oklahoma, Physiographic provinces of Oklahoma, Mineral resources of Oklahoma, History of Oklahoma, and discussions of the physiography, geology, mineral resources, industries, and population of the state by counties.)

Snoke, Arthur W., James R. Steidtmann, and Sheila M. Roberts, editors. Geology of Wyoming. Geological Survey of Wyoming Memoir No.5. QE 181.M4 No.5, 1993.

Socolow, A. A. "Interpretation of Sheeting." (abstract), Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer, vol 66, 1955. 1620.

Sorby, H. S. "Application of Quantitative Methods to the Study of the Structure and History of Rocks," Geol. Soc. London Quart. Jour., vol. 64, 1908. 191, 196, 212, 213, 220, 222.

Sorby, H. C. "On Some Facts Connected with Slaty Cleavage," British Assoc. Adv. Sci. Rept., 1857. 92.

Sorby, H. C. "On the Origin of Slaty Cleavage," Edinburgh New Philos. Jour., vol. 55, no. 109, July, 1853. 137-148.

Sorby, H. C. "On the Structure and Origin of Noncalcareous Stratified Rocks," Soc. London Quart. Jour. vol. 36, 1880 (on shales and slates, pp. 67-77).

Sorby, H. C. "On the Theory of the Origin of Slaty Cleaveage," London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philos. Mag., 4th ser. vol. 12, no. 77, August, 1856. 127-129.

South Australia. Handbook on Quarrying. Adelaide, W. L. Hawes, Government printer, 1961.

Southern Railway. Tennessee Marble Industry, no. 5, vol. 11, 1906.

Sowan, P. W. "Firestone and Hearthstone Mines in the Upper Greensand of East Surrey." Procs. Geol. Assoc., 86, part 4, 1975. 571-91. (UK)

Spear, Victor I. Vermont: A Glimpse of Its Scenery.. and..Industries. (booklet) Issued by the State Board of Agriculture, Argus and Patriot Print, Montpelier, Vt.: 1893.

Spearing, Darwin R. Roadside Geology of Louisiana. Mountain Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, September 1995. Paperback, 225 pp., ISBN: 0878423249.

Spearing, Darwin R., and Robert A. Sheldon. Roadside Geology of Texas. Mountain Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, Revised, March 1991. Paperback, 432 pp., ISBN: 087842265X.

Speer, F. W. "Quarry Methods, Marble," Tenth Census U. S., vol. 10, 1884. 42.

Speer, F. W. "Quarry Methods: The Working of Slate," Tenth Census U. S, vol. 10, part 2, 1880. 38.

Speirs, Kenneth. “Scriptural Stones and Barn Mending: At the Grave of Herman Melville,” in Markers XV, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1998. (New York, USA)

Spencer, F. W., and Kelly, Thos. C. "Statistics of Building Stones," Tenth Census, vol. x, Washington, 1884, pp. 45-105 of Report on Building Stones Maryland references, pp. 40, 48, 50, 74-75. (Entry from the Bibliography, The History of the Quarrying Industry chapter, of Maryland Geological Survey, vol. II, 1898.)

Spencer, V. E. Raw Materials in the United States Economy, 1900-1961. U.S. Bureau of Census Working Paper 6, 1964. 139 pp.

Spofford-Watts, Edith. Deer Isle, Maine – From Pre-History to the Present. Penobscot Press, 1997.

Sprague, Roderick. Burial Terminology: A Guide For Researchers. Lanham MD: Alta Mira Press, 2005, 274 pp.

Spry, Alan H. Principles of Cleaning Masonry Buildings: A Guide To Assist in the Cleaning of Masonry Buildings. Compiled by Alan H. Spry, Melbourne, Vic.: Australian Council of National Trusts: National Trust of Australia (Victoria), 1982. ISBN:0909710562.

Spurr, J. E. Descriptive Geology of Nevada South of the Fortieth Parallel and Adjacent Portions of California, Bulletin 208, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1903. 229 pp.

Stafford, Mary and Rick. “William Young of Tatnuck, Massachusetts,” Mary and Rick Stafford, in Jessie Lie Farber, ed. “Stonecutters and Their Works,” Markers IV, pp. 138-148, Association for Gravestone Studies.

Stallard, A. H. Construction Materials Inventory of Jefferson County, Kansas. Kansas State Highway Commission, Materials Inventory Report, No. 20, 1971, 91 pp.

Stancliff, Sherry. “James Stanclift,” Sherry Stancliff, in Jessie Lie Farber, ed., “Stonecutters and Their Works,” Markers IV, pp. 154-159, Association for Gravestone Studies. (New York, USA)

Stanier, P. "The Granite Quarrying Industry in Devon and Cornwall; Part One, 1800-1910," Industrial Archeology Review, VII, no. 2, 1985. 171-89.

Stanier, P. "John Freeman and the Cornish Granite Industry, 1840-1965," Journal of the Trevithick Society, 13, 1986. 7-35.

Stanier, Peter. Quarries and Quarrying. Shire Publications, Ltd. (www.shirebooks.co.uk), Buckinghamshire, UK: 1985. USBN 0 85263 728 4.

Stanier, Peter. Quarries of England and Wales: An Historic photographic Record. Truro, Cornwall, UK: Twelveheads Press, 1995.

Stanier, Peter. Stone Quarry Landscapes: The Industrial Archaeology of Quarrying. Tempus Publishing, Limited, November 2000. Paperback, 176pp. ISBN: 0752417517.

Stanier, P. South-West Granite. Cornish Hillside Publications, 1999.

Starrett, W. A. Skyscrapers. Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1928.

State of Colorado Bureau of Mines Annual Report of 1921. (This book includes a list of operating mines in 1919, also a list of Gold Dredges, Quarries and Clay Pits, and Mills and Smelters)

State Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut. Bulletins 4, 6, 7, 8 and 13 all relate to the Geology of Connecticut. (This citation is in the book, The Lithology of Connecticut, by Joseph Barrell, and Gerald Francis Loughlin. There are no dates of publication listed.)

State Historical Society of Iowa. Iowa: The Home for Immigrants. State Historical Society of Iowa, 1970. 96 pp. (This book was for the incoming immedigrants to the state of Iowa.)

State of California, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mines. California Journal of Mines and Geology: Mines and Mineral Resources of Contra Costa County, California AND Research in Mining and the Mineral Industries of California, volume 54, Number 4, October 1958. San Francisco, California: October 1958.

State of Tennessee Department of Conservation. Tennessee Rock and Mineral Resources. Division of Geology State of Tennessee. 119 pp. (This book includes geological and economic data on all of Tennessee's rock and mineral resources. Maps and illustrations indicates mining areas, prospects, and occurrences of rocks and mineral resources.)

Stauffer, C. R. "The Columbus Limestone." Jour. Geology, vol. 65, 1957. 376-383.

Stauffer, C. R. "The Geological Section at the Limestone Mine, Barberton, Ohio," Amer. Jour. Sci, vol. 242, 1944. 252-271.

Stauffer, C. R. "The High Magnesium Dolomites and Dolomitic Limestones of Minnesota." Minnesota Geological Survey Summary Report 4, 1950.

Steam Stone Cutter Company. Circular Descriptive of the Wardwell Stone Channeling and Quarrying Machines. Issued by the Steam Stone Cutter Company, Proprietors of Patents and Sole Manufacturers, Rutland, Vermont, 1893, 16 pp.  (The catalog begins:  “The largely increasing demand for stone for building and other purposes, calls for the introduction of labor-saving devices, which, while increasing the supply, lowers the cost of production.  To this class belong the machines herewith illustrated and which are extensively used for quarrying throughout the country.”)

Stearns, Brian and Alan, and Meyer, John. The Slate Book. Canada: Stearns, Stearns, & Meyer, 1998.

Stearns, R. G. The Cumberland Plateau Overthrust and Geology of the Crab Orchard Mountains Area, Tennessee. Tennessee Division of Geology Bulletin 60, 1954. 47 pp.

Steidtmann, Edward. Commercial Granites and Other Crystalline Rocks of Virginia. University, Va. [Richmond, Commonwealth of Virginia, Division of Purchase and Print.] 1945 [i.e. 1948].

Stickler, C. W., W. F. Mullen, and A. W. Bitner. "Industrial Studies of Pennsylvania Slate Production." Pennsylvania State Coll. Min. Ind. Exp. Sta. Bulletin 58, 1951.

Steidtmann, Edward. Limestones and Marls of Wisconsin. Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Bulletin No. 66, Madison: State of Wisconsin, 1924.

Sterling, Robert T. Lighthouses of the Maine Coast and the Men Who Keep Them. Stephen Daye, 1935.

Stilwell, Lewis D. Migration From Vermont. Vermont Historical Society, Brattleboro: E. Hildreth & Co., 1937. (Vermont Historical Society, Montpelier, Vermont, 1948)

Stockdale, P. B. Lower Mississippian Rocks of the East-Central Interior (United States). Geological Society of America Spec. Paper 22, 1939. 248 pp.

Stockham, Peter (editor). Little Book of Early American Crafts and Trades. Whitehall (Philadelphia): Jacob Johnson, 1807; reprint ed., New York: Dover Publishing Co., 1976.

Stockley, J. A., and A. C. McFarlan. "Industrial Limestones of Kentucky No. 2," Kentucky Geological Survey Report Inv. 4, 1952.

Stokley, J. A. "Industrial Limestones of Kentucky," Kentucky Geological Survey Report Inv. 2, 1949.

Stockley, J. A., and F. H. Walker. "Industrial Limestones of Kentucky No. 3," Kentucky Geological Survey Report Inv. 8, 1953. 62 pp.

Stoddard, John. The John L. Stoddard's Lectures, Volume IV, Sicily, Genoa, The Engadine (Switzerland). Balch Bros., 1905. 336 pp. (Photographs taken in the late 1800s and many illustrations, which include Quarry of the Capuchins, The Quarry's Labyrinth, The Quarry's Cliffs and Boulders.)

Stone: An Illustrated Magazine (Many issues of the magazine ranging from 1888-1922* on Google Books – Full View Books. (*Some of the issues have been scanned at the New York Public Library but are not yet available on Full View Books in Google Books yet.)

"Stone." Mineral Resources United States for 1908, Part 2, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1909. 383-410.

Stone Cleaning in Scotland: Research Commission Investigating the Effects of Cleaning of Sandstone. Conducted by the Masonry Conservation Research Group, the Robert Gordon Institute of Technology. first edition. (Oother titles: Stonecleaning in Scotland, publisher:[Edinburgh?]: Historic Scotland, 1992. ISBN:0748004491 (v.1) ISBN:0748004505 (v.2) ISBN:0748004513 (v.3) ISBN:0748004483 (v.4) ISBN:0748004521 (v.5).

Stone Cutter's Journal. Official publication of the Journeymen Stone Cutters Association of North America, 1888-1942.

Stone Foundation.  “The Mortar Story,” in Stonexus Magazine:  The Periodical Publication of the Stone Foundation, No. VIII, pp. 26-27.

Stone Masonry. Geneva: International Labour Office, 1991. ISBN:9221064654.

Stone Paving-Blocks: Quarrying, Cutting and Dressing. Geneva: International Labour Office, 1992.

Stone Publishing Company.  “Building in War Times” (World War I), Stone, An Illustrated Magazine, July 1917. 

Stone Publishing Company.  “Building Stones of North Carolina.” (in 1902), by Joseph Hyde Pratt, Stone, An Illustrated Magazine Devoted to Stone, Marble, Granite, Slate, Cement, Contracting and Building, Frank W. Hoyt, Publisher, New York, Vol. XXVII, No. 2, December 1903, pp. 147-148.

Stone Publishing Company. "A Defense of Slate Mining," in Stone, An Illustrated Magazine, vol. 28, New York: 1907. pp. 332-334.

Stone Publishing Company. "Australian Slate," in Stone, An Illustrated Magazine, vol. 28, New York: 1907, pp. 225.

Stone Publishing Company. (editorial) "History of Slate and Slate Quarrying," in Stone, An Illustrated Magazine, vol. 28, New York: 1907, pp. 203-223.

Stone Publishing Company.  “Marble of the Holy Door” (or Porta Santa, Basilica of St. Peter’s Church, Rome, Italy), from Stone, Vol. XLVI, No. 11, November 1925, pp. 667.

“Marble of the Holy Door,” from “Stone,” Nov. 1925, pp. 667 “The Holy Door, or Porta Santa, Basilic of St. Peter’s Church, Rome. Framed by antique columns of marble and the bronze doors encased in Chian, or Porta Santa Marble.” “Marble of the Holy Door,” from “Stone,” Nov. 1925, pp. 667

“Marble of the Holy Door,” from “Stone,” Nov. 1925, pp. 667

“The Holy Door, or Porta Santa, Basilic of St. Peter’s Church, Rome.  Framed by antique columns of marble and the bronze doors encased in Chian, or Porta Santa Marble.”

Stone Publishing Company.  “New Clearing for Marble of the World.” (Tompkins-Kiel Marble Company, Long Island City, New York), Stone, Vol. XLVI, No. 10, October 1925, pp. 612-614.

Stone Publishing Company.  “New Missouri Marble Mill” (of F. W. Steadley & Co., Inc., Carthage, Missouri), Stone Magazine, Vol. XLVI, No. 11, November 1925, pp. 674-676.

Stone Publishing Company.  “The Precious Stones Industry for 1903,” Stone, An Illustrated Monthly Magazine Devoted to Granite, Slate, Cement, Contracting and Building.  Frank W. Hoyt, Publisher, New York, Vol. XXVII, Vol. 2, December 1903, pp. 137-138.

Stone Publishing Company.  “Public Buildings in Stone” (the Fire Alarm Headquarters building at Boston, Massachusetts), “Stone,” Stone Publishing Company, Vol. XLVII, No. 4, April 1926, pp. 230.

Stone Publishing Company."Quarrying Innovation in the Peach Bottom Region," in Stone, An Illustrated Magazine, vol. 30, New York: 1909, pp. 259-261.

Stone Publishing Company.  “Rock Handling and Crushing at the Edison Cement Plant” (in Warren County, New Jersey).  in Stone, An Illustrated Magazine Devoted to Stone, Marble, Granite, Slate, Cement, Contracting and Building, Frank W. Hoyt, Publisher, New York, Vol. XXVII, No. 2, December 1903, pp. 149-151.

Stone Publishing Company. "Slate in Norway," vol. 28, New York: 1907, pp. 377-378.

Stone Publishing Company. Stone, An Illustrated Magazine. New York: Stone Publishing Co., November 1895.

Stone Publishing Company. Stone, An Illustrated Magazine. New York: Stone Publishing Co., December 1895.

Stone Publishing Company. Stone, An Illustrated Magazine. New York: Stone Publishing Co. (December 1892 through May 1893 issues are available in one book on Google Book Search in Full View Books.)

Stone Publishing Company. Stone, An Illustrated Magazine. New York: Stone Publishing Co. (December 1896 through May 1897 issues are available in one book on Google Book Search in Full View Books.)

Stone Publishing Company. Stone, An Illustrated Magazine. New York: Stone Publishing Co. (December 1897 through May 1898 issues are available in one book on Google Book Search in Full View Books.)

Stone Publishing Company. Stone, An Illustrated Magazine. New York: Stone Publishing Co. (December 1898 through May 1899 issues are available in one book on Google Book Search in Full View Books.)

Stone Publishing Company. Stone, An Illustrated Magazine. New York: Stone Publishing Co. (June through November 1899 issues are available in one book on Google Book Search in Full View Books.)

Stone Publishing Company. Stone, An Illustrated Magazine. New York: Stone Publishing Co. (January through June 1902 issues are available in one book on Google Book Search in Full View Books.)

(According to the WorldCat entry, publication of Stone, An Illustrated Magazine was suspended from March 1904 through March 1907. Peggy B. Perazzo)

Stone Publishing Company. Stone, An Illustrated Magazine. New York: Stone Publishing Co. (January 1907 through May 1908 issues are available in one book on Google Book Search in Full View Books.)

Stone Publishing Company. Stone, An Illustrated Magazine. New York: Stone Publishing Co. (January through December 1916 issues are available in one book on Google Book Search in Full View Books.)

Stone Publishing Company. Stone, An Illustrated Magazine. New York: Stone Publishing Co. (January through December 1918 issues are available in one book on Google Book Search in Full View Books.)

Stone Publishing Company. Stone, An Illustrated Magazine. New York: Stone Publishing Co. (January through December 1919 issues are available in one book on Google Book Search in Full View Books.)

Stone Publishing Company.  “Stone Industry in Films.”  Stone, Vol. XLVI, No. 9, September 1925, p. 551.

“Stone Industry in Films.” Stone, September 1925, p. 551

Stone Industry in Films.”  Stone, September 1925, p. 551

Stone Publishing Company.  “Stone-Quarry Investigations.”  Stone, An Illustrated Magazine, Vol. XXXXVIII, No. 7, July 1917, pp. 363-364.

Stone Publishing Company.  “A Turkish Rug of Marble” (in the Great Hall of Honor in the Montreal City Hall in Canada).  Stone, Vol. XLVII, No. 4, April 1926, pp. 229.

Stone, Ralph W. Building Stones of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Geological Survey, Fourth Series, Bulletin M15. Harrisburg, PA: Department of Internal Affairs/Topographic and Geologic Survey, 1932. 316 pp. (A county-by county recital of the best stone buildings, with photos, and the quarries the stone came from.)

Stone Weathering and Atmospheric Pollution Network Conference (1997: Robert Gordon University). Aspects of Stone Weathering, Decay and Conservation: Proceedings of The 1997 Stone Weathering and Atmospheric Pollution Network Conference (SWAPNET '97). The Robert Gordon University, 15-17 May 1997. ISBN:1860941311.

Stott, Ann. “The Woodmen of the World Monument Program,” in Markers XX, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2003, pp. vi, 1-29. (Colorado, USA)

Stout, W. "Dolomites," Ohio Jour. Sci, vol. 44, 1944. 219-235.

Stout, W. "Dolomites and Limestones of Western Ohio," Ohio Geological Survey, 4th ser., Bulletin 42, 1941.

Strangstad, Lynette. A Graveyard Preservation Primer. (American Association for State and Local History Book Series) AltaMira Press, January 28, 1988, ISBN-10: 0761991301, ISBN-13: 978-0761991304, 126 pp.

Streefkerk, H. Quarrying Stone for Construction Projects. Delft, Waltman, 1952.

Stuart, Roderic.  “Maximum Efficiency with the Sand Blast.”  A Series of Papers on the Possibilities and Limitations of the Sand Process.  X.  Some Typical Examples of Current Sand Blast Ornament, by Roderic Stuart, from The Monumental News, Vol. XXXIII, No. 5, May 1921, pp. 348-350.

Sturgis, Russell. A Dictionary of Architecture and Building: Biographical, Historical, and Descriptive, Vol. #1 – A-E (in 3 vols.), New York: The Macmillan Co., 1901. (This book is available on Google Book Search – Full View Books.)

Sturgis, Russell. A Dictionary of Architecture and Building: Biographical, Historical, and Descriptive, Vol. #2 – F-N (in 3 vols.), New York: The Macmillan Co., 1901. (This book is available on Google Book Search – Full View Books.)

Sturgis, Russell. A Dictionary of Architecture and Building: Biographical, Historical, and Descriptive, Vol. #3 - O-Z (in 3 vols.), New York: The Macmillan Co., 1902. (This book is available on Google Book Search – Full View Books.)

Sturgis, Russell. A Dictionary of Architecture and Building: Biographical, Historical, and Descriptive, Vol. #1 - A-E (in 3 vols.), New York: The Macmillan Co., 1905. (This book is available on Google Book Search – Full View Books.)

Sturgis, Russell. A Dictionary of Architecture and Building: Biographical, Historical, and Descriptive, Vol. #2 - F-N (in 3 vols.), New York: The Macmillan Co., 1905. (This book is available on Google Book Search – Full View Books.)

Sturgis, Russell. A Dictionary of Architecture and Building: Biographical, Historical, and Descriptive, Vol. #3 - O-Z (in 3 vols.), New York: The Macmillan Co., 1905. (This book is available on Google Book Search – Full View Books.)

Stutzman, P. E. and J. R. Clifton. "Stone Exposure Test Wall at NIST," Proceedings of Degradation of Natural Stone, J.F. Labuz, ed., American Society of Civil Engineers Annual meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 1997.

Sullivan Machinery Company.  “Air Power Economy in a Granite Quarry” (Rockport Granite Company, Bayview, Massachusetts).  Mine and Quarry, Sullivan Machinery Company, Chicago, Illinois, June 1908, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 213-219.

“Finishing plant and docks of the Rockport Granite Company, Bay View, Massachusetts.” (Mine & Quarry, June 1908) “Sullivan Class ‘WX’ Corliss Air Compressor at the Bay View quarries of the Rockport Granite Co.” (Mine & Quarry, June 1908) “A general view of one of the (Rockport Granite Company) quarres.” (Mine & Quarry, June 1908)

“Finishing plant and docks of the Rockport Granite Company, Bay View, Massachusetts.” (Mine & Quarry, June 1908)

“Sullivan Class ‘WX’ Corliss Air Compressor at the Bay View quarries of the Rockport Granite Co.” (Mine & Quarry, June 1908)

“A general view of one of the (Rockport Granite Company) quarres.” (Mine & Quarry, June 1908)

“Sullivan ‘D-15’ Hammer Drills in the Bay View Quarries.” (Mine & Quarry, June 1908) “Bay View powerhouse and finishing plant of the Rockport Granite Co.” (Mine & Quarry, June 1908) “Low-pressure side of the Sulllivan Air Compressor.” (Mine & Quarry, June 1908)

“Sullivan ‘D-15’ Hammer Drills in the Bay View Quarries.” (Mine & Quarry, June 1908)

“Bay View powerhouse and finishing plant of the Rockport Granite Co.” (Mine & Quarry, June 1908)

“Low-pressure side of the Sulllivan Air Compressor.” (Mine & Quarry, June 1908)

Sullivan Machinery Co. The Excavation of Rock by Machinery Manufactured by Sullivan Machinery Company, Catalogue No. 51, 1903. (Works: Claremont, New Hampshire & Chicago, Illinois. General offices: Claremont, New Hampshire; 71 Broadway New York City; 339 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa.; 431 Seventeeth Street, Denver, Colorado; 101 Howard Street, Spokane, Washington; 206 St. Louis Street, El Paso, Texas.) (The Excavation of Rock by Machinery Machufactured by Sullivan Machinery Co., Cat. No. 51, is available in PDF format and other formats on the Internet Archive web site.)

Sullivan Machinery Co. Mine and Quarry Magazine. Railway Exchange Building, Chicago, Illinois. (These issues were published in bound book form and run from February, 1907 through March 1917, although not all issues are in the book. There are other volumes which were bound according to each customer's specifications.)

Supreme Court Building, Jerusalem. Theef Sharon, (illustrated by). Jerusalem, Israel: Yad Hanadiv, 2nd ed. 1997. 188 pp. (Architectural book on the Supreme Court Building in Jerusalem, funded by Dorothy Rothchild, architects Ada Karmi-Melamede and Ram Karmi. Laid out according to the principle of Cardo and Decumanus of Roman camps on the outskirt of Jerusalem with constant view of the eternal city from everywhere, carrying on the tradition, several sections to the massive structure, including a pyramid.)

Surface Mining and Quarrying: Papers Pesented at the Second International Surface Mining and Quarrying Symposium. Organized by the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy in association with the Institute of Quarrying and held in Bristol, England, from 4 to 6 October, 1983, London: Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, c1983. ISBN:0900488662.

Sutton, Fred Thomas. Re-Collections on Stone, Marble & Granite. New York: 1948.

Swain, F. M. "Geology and Economic Aspects of the More Important High-Calcium Limestone Deposits in Pennsylvania," Pennsylvania State Coll., Min. Ind. Exp. Sta. Bulletin 43, 1946.

Swann, Wim. The Gothic Cathedral. Park Lane, New York, 1981.

Swedish Tourist Board. Sten. (Stone). 1990. 216 pp. (This is a book about all aspects of stone in Sweden: quarries, house construction, stone age artifacts, sculpture, etc. Text is in Swedish, but there are many photographs.)

Sweeney, Kevin. “Where the Bay Meets the River: Gravestones and Stonecutters in the River Towns of Western Massachusetts, 1690-1810,” Markers III, pp. 1-46, Association for Gravestone Studies. (Connecticut, Massachusetts, USA)

Sweet's Catalogue. Plymouth Quarries Incorporated, Specialists in Ashlar, Boston, Mass., pages242-244.

Sweetser, Sarah M. "Roofing for Historic Buildings," Preservation Briefs, No 4. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of the Interior, Technical Preservation Services Division, 1975. 1-8.

Swenson, J. M. "Quality from the Quarry," Dimensional Stone, vol. 7, no. 9. 56-59, 79, 1991.

Swineford, A. "Cemented Sandstones of the Dakota and Kiowa Formations in Kansas," Kansas Geological Survey Bulletin 70, 1947, pp. 53-104.

Swineford, Ada, and H. L. Williams. "The Cheyenne Sandstone and Adjacent Formations of a Part of Russell County, Kansas," with Analyses of Ground Waters by Howard Stoltenberg. Kansas Geological Survey, Bulletin, no. 60 (1945 reports of studies), pt. 4, 1945. pp. 101-168.

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