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West, Ernest H. "Vermont Marble - Part I. Quarries of the Norcross-West Marble Co., Dorset, Vermont," Mine and Quarry Magazine, Sullivan Machinery Co., Chicago, Illinois: March, 1909. 271-275.
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West Virginia Geological Survey. County Reports, Jefferson, Berkeley and Morgan Counties. 1916, 644 pp. (There is a chapter on Geology and another on Mineral Resources in which Limestone is one of the subjects.)
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Wheildon, William W. Memoir of Solomon Willard. Bunker Hill Monument Association, 1865.
White, G. V., and Z. D. Hora. British Columbia Dimension Stone. Victoria, B. C., Canada: Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Mineral Resources Division, Geological Survey Branch, 1988. ISBN:0771886357.
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White Stone Quarry Company. Description of the White Stone of Bowling Green, Kentucky. Louisville: Bradley & Gilbert, 1872.
Whitelaw, Jeffery W. Follies. Album 93, Buckinghamshire, UK: Shire Publications, 32 pp., ISBN 0 7478 0348 X. ("This book defines a folly and explains that these architectural curiosities are to be found all over England. Some are on hilltops or in remote places, while others, almost unnoticed, stand beside the roadside. Many follies were built in the eighteenth century when great landowners, after their Grand Tour of Europe, returned to their estates and embellished them with reminders of the classical buildings they had visited. The history of follies is traced, from the first prospect tower, through the golden era of the first half of the eighteenth century to the Second World War. The numerous illustrations demonstrate the enormous variety of follies that can still be found throughout England.")
Whitlock, H. P. Guide to the Mineralogic Collections of the New York State Museum, September, 1902. 150 pp.
Whitney, Gordon Graham. From Coastal Wilderness to Fruited Plain: A History of the Environmental Change in Temperate North America, 1500 to the Present. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Cambridge University Press, in 1994.
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Willett, Richard Wright. The Limestone Resources of Southland, New Zealand. Wanganui: New Zealand Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1950.
Williams, David B. “Boston Rocks: A History of the Earth in 13 Landmarks,” article by David B. Williams (Stories in Stone), Graphics by Javier Zarracina (in PDF format). This article was published on the May 3, 2009, in the Boston Globe. (The following buildings are discussed in the above article (which includes photos of the buildings and the stones): 100 Cambridge Street, Government Center; Trinity Church, Copley Square; “New” Old South Church, Copley Square; Morse Auditorium, Boston University; Massachusetts General Hospital; Townhouses, Beacon Hill; Cathedral Church of St. Paul, downtown Massachusetts; Boston Public Library, Copley Square; Memorial Hall & Hauser Hall, Harvard University; King’s Chapel, downtown Massachusetts; Algonquin Club, Back Bay; and the Keystone Building, Financial District.)
Williams, David B. Stories in Stone: Travels Through Urban Geology. Walker & Company, 288 pp., ISBN-10: 0802716229, ISBN-13: 978-0802716224. On his web site Stories in Stone, the author describes his book as: “In my new book, Stories in Stone, I will weave together natural and cultural history to explore the untold life of building stone. The project grows out of my 20-year passion for geology and desire to strengthen my bonds to nature. Each chapter will focus on a particular type of rock and describe my search to learn more about the stone, the particular building or building style that exemplifies its use, and the people involved in construction. Along the way I will interview geologists, explore quarries, and consult with preservationists and historians in order to give readers greater insight into these structures.” (This book is available on amazon.com and other online bookseller web sites.)
Williams, G. H. "Anatase From the Arvon Slate Quarries, Buckingham County, Virginia," Am. Jour. Sci., 3d ser. vol. 42, pp. 431-432, 1891.
Williams, G. H. The Gabbros and Associated Hornblende Rocks Occurring in the Neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1886. 78 pp.
Williams, G. H. "The General Relations of the Granitic Rocks in the Middle Atlantic Piedmont Plateau" (introduction to Keyes' "Origin of Central Maryland Granites"). 15th Ann. Rept. U.S. Geol. Surv., 1893-94, Washington, 1895, pp. 657-684, with plates. (Entry from the Bibliography, The History of the Quarrying Industry chapter, of Maryland Geological Survey, vol. II, 1898.)
Williams, G. H., and Clark, W. B. Geology (of Maryland); Maryland, Its Resources, Industries and Institutions. Baltimore: 1893. 55-89. (Entry from the Bibliography, The History of the Quarrying Industry chapter, of Maryland Geological Survey, vol. II, 1898.)
Williams, G. H. Marbles of Cockeysville, Maryland (Quoted in Hopkins, T. C. Marbles and Other Limestones.) An. Rept. Geol. Surv. Ark., vol. iv, 1890, Little Rock, 1893, pp. 178-9. (Entry from the Bibliography, The History of the Quarrying Industry chapter, of Maryland Geological Survey, vol. II, 1898.)
Williams, G. H. Mines and Minerals (of Maryland); Maryland, Its Resources, Industries and Institutions. Baltimore, 1893. 89-153. (Entry from the Bibliography, The History of the Quarrying Industry chapter, of Maryland Geological Survey, vol. II, 1898.)
Williams, G. H. "Petrography and Structure of the Piedmont Plateau in Maryland," Bull. Geol. Soc. America. vol. 2, 1891. 301-318.
Williams, Gray. “By Their Characters You Shall Know Them: Using Styles of Lettering to Identify Gravestone Carvers,” in Markers XVII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 2000. (Conneticut, New York, USA)
Williams, Gray, Jr. “Solomon Brewer: A Connecticut Valley Yankee in Westchester County,” Markers XI, pp. 52-81, Association for Gravestone Studies. (New York, USA)
Williams, H. S., and H. E. Gregory. Contributions to the Geology of Maine. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1900. 212 pp.
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Williams, Melvin. “Mystery, History, and an Ancient Graveyard,” Markers I, pp. 166-171, Association for Gravestone Studies.
Williams, Meredith M. and Gray Williams, Jr. “‘Md. by Thomas Gold’: The Gravestones of a New Haven Carver,” Markers V, pp. vi, 1-59, Association for Gravestone Studies. (Connecticut, USA)
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Willis, Bailey. "The Marbles of Hawkins County, Tennessee," School of Mines Quarterly, N. Y.: vol. 9, 1888. 112-123.
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Willsher, Betty. “Adam and Eve Scenes on Kiryards in the Scottish Lowlands: An Introduction and Gazetteer,” in Markers XII, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1995. (Scotland)
Willsher, Betty. “The Green Man as an Emblem on Scottish Tombstones,” in Markers IX, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1992. (Scotland)
Willshire, Betty. “Scottish Gravestones and the New England Winged Skull,” Markers II, pp. 105-114, Association for Gravestone Studies. (Scotland)
Willshire, Betty. Understanding Scottish Graveyards, Edinburgh: Canongate Books, 1995.
Wilson. The Very Quiet Baltimoreans: A Guide to the Historic Cemeteries and Burial Sites of Baltimore. (Citation from the Association For Gravestone Studies publication.)
Wilson, Eldred D. Bibliography of the Geology and Mineral Resources of Arizona 1939. Arizona Bureau of Mines, Geological Series No. 13, Bulletin No. 146.
Wilson, Eldred D., and George H. Roseveare (Revised by). Arizona NonMetallics, A Summary of Past Production and Present Operations. Second Edition Arizona Bureau of Mines, Geological Series No. 42, Bulletin No. 155.
Wilson, Herbert M. Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. LXX, Federal Investigations of Mine Accidents, Structural Materials and Fuels, Paper No. 1171, December 1910. (This book is available on Project Gutenberg.) (Includes: quarries)
Wilson, John S. “Purchase Delay, Pricing Factors, and Attribution Elements in Gravestones from the Shop of Ithamar Spauldin,” in Markers IX, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1992. (Massachusetts, New Hampshire, USA)
Wilson, Robert Lake. Building Stones of Downtown Chattanooga (Tennessee). 1979. The digital PDF version is available through the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Geology Program, Department of Physics, Geology and Astronomy. (Click here to view this booklet. (A separate section of photos is also available in PDF.)
Winchell, N. H., assisted by Warren Upham. The Geological and Natural History of Minnesota, 1882-1885, vol. 2. Pioneer Press Company, State Printers, 1888. 695 pp.
Winkler, Erhard M. (Editor). Decay & Preservation of Stone. Geological Society of America, Boulder, CO: 1978. 104 pp.
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Winklet, E. M. Decay and Preservation of Stone, Engineering Geology Case History No. 11. Geol. Soc. Am., Boulder, Colorado: 1978.
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Winslow, Arthur. Administrative Report. Notes on the Building Stones, Clays And Sands of Iron, S. Francois and Madison counties, by G. E. Ladd...The Mineral Waters of Saline County, by A. E. Woodward...A Preliminary Catalogue of the Fossils Occurring in Missouri, by G. Hambach. Publisher:(Jefferson City, s.n. 1890), Series: Missouri. Geological Survey, Bulletin No. 1, (Subject: Lafayette County Building stones).
Withington, C. F. Building Stones of Our Nations Capital. U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: 1975.
Wolfe, Helen, L. L. Brady, and Guadalupe Romero, (compilers). Directory of Kansas Mineral Producers. Kansas Geological Survey, Mineral Resources Series, No. 8, 1978. 79 pp.
Wolff, J. E. "Details Regarding Quarries," Tenth Census, vol. 10, 1888. (See also the successive reports of the tests of metals and other materials for industrial purposes made at Watertown Arsenal, published by the United States War Department.)
Wolff, J. E. "On the Lower Cambrian Age of the Stockbridge Limestone," Bull. Geol. Soc. America, vol. 2, 1891. 331-338.
Wolle, Muriel Sibell. Stampede to Timberline. Sage Books, 1949. (From Prairie, Peak and Plateau: "An excellent account of early mining activity in the state, with many fine drawings of the early settlements.")
Wood, Frederic J., and Ronald Dale Karr. The Turnpikes of New England. Branch Line Press, paperback, August 1997.
Wood, Paul. “Granite Poultry Grit: Barre Aids the ‘Food For Victory’ Program” (pdf). By Paul Wood, Vermont Granite Museum, April 2012.
Wood, Paul. “Tools and Machinery of the Granite Industry” (Part I. Vol. 59, No. 2, June 2006. (“Introduction: This article, the first in a series of four on granite working, deals with granite as a material, an industry, and a product and begins the description of the granite quarrying process.”) Part II. Vol. 59, No. 3, September 2006. (“Introduction: This article, the second in a series of four on granite working, completes the description of the quarrying process....”) Part III. Vol. 59, No. 4, December 2006. (“Granite Finishing: A small number of basic finished dimension stones made up the great majority of granite shed production. For gravestones and private....”) Part IV. Vol. 60, No. 1, March 2007. (“This article is the last in a series of four on the tools and machinery of granite working....”), in The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association, Inc.)
Wood, S. O. and M Carrales, Jr. "Stone," Minerals Yearbook, Vol. I-II." U.S. Bureau of Mines, 1969. 1019-1040.
Woodward, George E. and Thompson, Edward G. A Victorian Housebuilder's Guide - "Woodward's National Architect" of 1869. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1988.
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Woodward, H. P. "Structural Elements of Northeastern Appalachians," Bull. Amer. Assoc. Petrol. Geol., vol. 41, 1957. 1429-1440.
Wooley, Bryan, et. al. Final Destinations: A Travel Guide for Remarkable Cemeteries in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana. University of North Texas Press, May 2000, 240 pp. ISBN 1574410857.
Workers of the Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Connecticut (compiled by) Connecticut: A Guide to Its Roads, Lore and People. Massachusetts: Riverside Press, Cambridge, 1938. 593 pp.
Worl, Ronald G., et al., (edited by) Geology and Mineral Resources of the Hailey Quadrangle and the Western Part of the Idaho Falls Quadrangle, 1Àx2À quadrangle, Idaho, U.S. Geological Survey; Denver, CO Washington: Government Printing Office, 1994.
Wren, Wilfrid J. The Tanat Valley: It's Railways And Industrial Archaeology. David & Charles, Newton Abbott, 1968. 192 pp. (The Tanat Valley Light Railway, the Slate Mines, and the Granite Quarries are a few of the subjects covered in this book.)
Wright, C. W. "The Building Stones and Materials of Southeastern Alaska," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 345, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.:Government Printing Office, 1908. 116-226.
Wright, C. W. "Nonmetallic Deposits of Southeastern Alaska," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 284, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1906. 54-60.
Wright, C. W. "Nonmetalliferous Mineral Resources of Southeastern Alaska," United States Geological Survey Bulletin 314. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1907. 73-81.
Wright, Geoffrey N. Discovering Abbeys and Priories. Db 57, Buckinghamshire, UK: Shire Publications, 160 pp., ISBN 0 7478 0245 9.
Wright, Geoffrey. The Stone Villages of Britain. North Pomfret, Vermont: David & Charles, Inc., 1985. ISBN 0-7153-8312-4.
Wright, L. A., ed. Mineral Commodities of California, California Division Mines Bulletin 176. 1957. 736 pp.
Wright, L. A., C. W. Chesterman, and L. A. Norman, Jr. "Occurrence and Use of Nonmetallic Commodities in Southern California," California Division of Mines Bulletin 170, Chapter VIII, 1954. 68.
Wright, Robert A. “Poems in Stone: Tombs of Louis Henri Sullivan,” Markers V, pp. 168-209, Association for Gravestone Studies. (Illinois, Missouri, USA)
Wright, Winifred A. Milford - The Granite Town (1901 - 1978). 1979.
Wrightson, Karolyn K. “Aboriginal Australian Burials in Christian Missions,” in Markers XV, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1998. (Australia)
Wust. Folk Art in Stone: Southwest Virginia. (Citation from the Association For Gravestone Studies lending library)
Wybergh, Wilfrid John. The Building Stones of the Union of South Africa. Pretoria, The Government Printer, 1932.
Wyer, Samuel. The Smithsonian Institution's Study of Natural Resources Applied To Pennsylvania's Resources. 1924. (Maps of Pennsylvania counties and resources. These are a few of the topics covered: abandoned and existing canals, limestone quarries and lime kilns, glass sand quarries and glass plants, cement plants, sandstone bluestone, and marble quarries.)
Wyzga, Marilyn. Exploring the Land We Call New Hampshire, An Activity Guide. Concord, New Hampshire: The New Hampshire Historical Society & The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, with grants from Mary Louise Billings Trust, First NH Investment Services, The French Foundation, and New Hampshire State Department of Education in, 1992.