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  • Publications, Manuals, Videos, and Other Media are availableat the Missouri State Department of Natural Resources – Division of Geology and Land Survey
  • Account of Expeditions to the Sources of the Mississippi and Through the Western Parts of Louisiana, to the Sources of the Arkansaw (sic), Kans, LaPlatte and Piere Juan Rivers, performed by order of the Government of the United States During the Years 1805, 1806, and 1807. And Tour through the Interior Parts of New Spain, when Conducted through these Provinces, by order of the Captain-General, in the year 1807. By Major Z. M. Pike, Philadelphia, 1810, 490 pp, 6 maps, 3 folded tables, portrait.
  • Administrative Report. Notes on the Building Stones, Clays and Sands of Iron, St. Francois and Madison Counties, by G. E. Ladd, Arthur Winslow...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).
  • The Advantages and Adaptability of St. Louis as a Manufacturing City,” by John Magwire, Board of Agriculture Report, 29 pp. (Second Report, 1866, pp. 122-140.) (According to Bibliography of The Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “The mineral advantages are especially considered.”)
  • The Advantages of A Geological Survey of The State of Missouri, H.A. Prout, Saint Louis: W.B. Foster. 1851, 29 pp.
  • The Age and Origin of the Crystalline Rocks of Missouri, by Erasmus Haworth, Notes on the Clays and Building Stones of Certain Western Central Counties Tributary to Kansas City, by G. E. Ladd, publisher: Jefferson City, 1891 (Missouri Geological Survey. Bulletin No. 5).
  • Age of Our Porphyries,” by G. C. Broadhead, St. Louis Academy of Science Transactions, Vol. III, page 366. Also supplemental note in Vol. III, page ccxix, June 19, 1876, 1 page.
  • Age of the Porphyry Hills of Southeast Missouri,” by Edwin Harrison, B.S., 1 page, 1 fig. (St. Louis Academy of Science Transactions, Vol. II, page 504.)
  • An American Geological Railway Guide, Giving the Geological Formation at Every Railway Station, with Notes on Interesting Places on the Routes, and a Description of each of the formations, by James Macfarlane, Ph.D., New York, D. Appleton and Company, 1879. (According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “The account of the geological formations and localities of Missouri was written by Prof. G. C. Broadhead, and is given on pages 154-158. A revised and enlarged edition containing 370 pages, edited by James R. Macfarlane, was issued in 1890.”)
  • An Introduction to the Geology of Missouri,” by Jerry D. Vineyard, Rocks & Minerals, November 1997.

  • Ancient Man in Missouri,” in the Science American, 2 pp. (Vol. IV, No. 6, pp., Oct., 1880.)
  • Annual Report of the Bureau of Labor Statistics and Inspection of the State of Missouri, by Missouri Bureau of Labor Statistics and Inspection, Missouri Office of Bureau of Labor Statistics and Inspection, 1904. (vol. 24) (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Annual Report of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the State of Missouri, by Missouri. Bureau of Labor Statistics (1906), Missouri. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Missouri, published by The Bureau, 1913 (vol. 34). (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Annual Report of the Missouri State Board of Agriculture, by Missouri State Board of Agriculture, Missouri State Board of Agriculture, 1857 (vol. 2). (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Annual Report of the Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners of the State of Missouri for the Year Ending December 31, 1892, by Missouri. Railroad and Warehouse Department, Tribune Print. Co., 1893 (vol. 18) (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Annual Report of the State Board of Agriculture of the State of Missouri, by Missouri. State Board of Agriculture, Missouri State Board of Agriculture, 1876. (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Annual Report of the State Geologist of the State of Missouri, Missouri Geological Survey (Albert D. Hagar, Nov. 30, 1870), 23 pp. (Appendix, Regular Session, Twenty-Sixth General Assembly, 1871; pp. 21-43.)
  • The Archæan Rocks of Missouri,” G. C. Broadhead, 4 pp. (Kansas City Review of Science and Industry, Vol. V, No. 12, page 733, 1882.)
  • Atlas of Missouri, Milton D. Rafferty, Russel L. Gerlach, Dennis J. Hrebec, Aux-Arc Research Associates, Springfield, MO, 1970, 88 pp.
  • Baird Mountain Quarry, Southwestern Missouri, by Thomas L. Thompson, Centennial Field Guide Volume 3: North-Central Section of the Geological Society of America: pp. 173–176. (A PDF version is available on the gsajournals.org web site.)
  • Base Map of Missouri (1973) (Available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.)
  • “The Beginnings of a Great New Hampshire Industry,” by George B. Upham, The Granite Monthly: New Hampshire State Magazine, Vol. 53, No. 4, April 1921, pp. 141-149. (Article about the Sullivan Machinery Company in New Hampshire.)

  • Bibliography and Index of Missouri Geology, 1969-1976 (Washington University Library Studies) (Washington University Library studies), by Mary Jane Gwinn, Earth and Planetary Sciences Library, Washington University, January 1, 1977, 35 pp.
  • Bibliography of Missouri Geography: A Guide To Written Material on Places and Regions of Missouri, Walter A. Schroeder, University of Missouri-Columbia, Extension Division, 1977.
  • A Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, by F. A. Sampson, Geological Survey of Missouri First Series Bulletin 2, Jefferson City, December 1890, 176 pp.
  • Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, by Darling K. Greger, Vol. 31, 1945, 294 pp.
  • Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, 1945-1955, Edward Lee Clark, Missouri, Division of Geological Survey and Water Resources. (Reports) 2d series, 1956.
  • Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, 1955-1960, Missouri Geological Survey Information Circular 16, by John W. Koenig, 1961, 104 pp.
  • Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, 1955-1965, Vol. 42, by Jerry D. Vineyard, John W. Koenig, and Bonnie L. Happel, 1967, 229 pp.
  • Biennial Report of the Bureau of Geology and Mines, State of Missouri, by Missouri. Division of Geological Survey and Water Resources, Bureau of Geology and Mines, Missouri, 1898. (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Biennial Report of the State Treasurer of the State of Missouri to the Fifth General Assembly, by Missouri, Missouri. State Treasurer’ Office, published by State Treasurer, 1919. (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • The Biographical Record of Jasper County, Missouri, by Malcolm G. McGregor, Lewis Pub. Co., 1901. (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Bollinger County (Missouri),” County Report made to the Missouri Board of Agriculture, by John P. McManus. (Seventh Report, 1871, pp. 226-229.)
  • Boonville Advertiser, July 23, 1926, Second Annual Rural Life Edition, Boonville, Missouri, 64 pp. (This issue includes many Illustrations of the Blackwater Stone quarry.)
  • Bowery Savings:  A World in a Bank,” by Susan DeMark, on her Mindful Walker web site.

    (excerpt from the article)  “Tinos green marble is a vivid green-blue with wide white veins, mined from the quarries of a small mountainous Greek island in the Aegean Sea. Briar Hill sandstone is an earthy stone of warm red, rust, brown, and buff-colored tones taken from quarries in Glenmont, Ohio. Missouri is the source of Napoleon gray marble, while Rouge Royal is a stone from Belgium of reddish-pink hues with gray and white veins.”

  • Brief Statements Respecting Mineral Deposits in the States of Missouri and Illinois, by Gales Pease, Boston, 1839, 12 pp.
  • The Building Stones, Clays and Sands of Iron, St. Francois and Madison Counties,” by G. E. Ladd, Assistant Geologist, in Bulletin 1, Geological Survey of Missouri, Jefferson City, April 1890, pp. 22-44.
  • Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri,” from Monumental News, June 1894 (The largest cemetery in St. Louis.)
  • “Florissant Avenue Entrance, Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri (1894)” Calvary Cemetery entrance at Broadway, St. Louis, Missouri (1894) View of terrace near Broadway entrance to Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri (1894)

    “Florissant Avenue Entrance, Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri (1894)”

    Calvary Cemetery entrance at Broadway, St. Louis, Missouri (1894)

    View of terrace near Broadway entrance to Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri (1894)

  • Campbell’s Gazetteer of Missouri: From Articles Contributed by Prominent Gentlemen in Each County of the State, and Information Collected and Collated from Official and Other Authentic Sources, by Robert Allen Campbell, 1875, 796 pp. (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Carthage and Jasper County: What and Where They Are, Carthage, Missouri, 1887, 58 pp. Map and many illustrations. (According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “This was issued by Carthage Board of Trade. pp. 38-43.”)
  • Carthage Limestone: Its Production and Characteristics,” by R. S. Strong, M.E., in Mine and Quarry Magazine, February, 1908, Sullivan Machinery Co., Chicago, pp. 179-182.
  • Carthage Missouri, by Michele Newtown Hansford, Arcadia Publishing (Images of America Series), 2000, 128 pp.
  • Cases Determined in the St. Louis Court of Appeals of the State of Missouri, by Missouri Courts of Appeals, Andrew Moore Berry, Gilbert Book Co., 1881 (vol. 8). (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Cases Determined in the St. Louis Court of Appeals of the State of Missouri, by Missouri. Courts of Appeals, Andrew Moore Berry, Gilbert Book Co., 1886 (vol. 16). (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Cases Determined in the St. Louis and the Kansas City Courts of Appeals of the State of Missouri, by Court of Appeals (Kansas City, Missouri. Courts of Appeals, Andrew Moore Berry, Missouri, Court of Appeals) (St. Louis, James Franklin Mister, Edward Augustus Lewis, Ben Eli Guthrie, David Goldsmith, John Webster North, Madison Roswell Smith, John Turner White, E.W. Stephens., 1905. (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Cass County (Missouri),” County Report made to the Missouri Board of Agriculture, by G. C. Broadhead, 4 pp. (Second Report, 1866, pp. 226-229. According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “This includes both the botany and the geology of county.”)
  • A Catalogue of American Minerals, with their Localities; including all which are known to exist in the United States and British Provinces, &c., Robinson, Boston, 1825. (According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “This has 10 pages relating to Missouri minerals and localities.”)
  • Catalogue of Minerals (in Missouri ), 5 pp. (Gazetteer of the State of Missouri, by Alphonso Wetmore, St. Louis, 1837.) (According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “There are also accounts of minerals, etc., in several counties of the State.”)
  • A Catalogue of Official Reports Upon Geological Surveys of the United States and Territories, and of British North America, by Frederick Prime, Jr., Assistant Geologist of Pennsylvania, 71 pp. (American Institute of Mining Engineers Transactions, Vol. VII, page 455, 1879.) Supplement I to a Catalogue of Official Reports, etc., 13 pp. (American Institute of Mining Engineers Transactions, Vol. VIII, page 466, Feb. 1880.)
  • Caves in Missouri, G. C. Broadhead, Board of Agriculture Report. (From Missouri Republican, Nov. 7, 1863, 4 pp., Third Report, 1867, pp. 201-204.)
  • Caves of Missouri, Vol. XXXIX, Second Series, 1956, by J. Harlan Bretz, State of Missouri Department of Business and Administration, Division of Geological Survey and Water Resources, Rolla, Missouri, 1956, 490 pp.
  • Cement and the Foundations of a Company, The Holnam Cement Plants, Their Histories, and People, by William Lychack, St. Paul, Minnesota, Stanton, 1996, 145 pp. (“From the hardscrabble beginnings of Ada, Portland, Mason City, and Trident to the trails of Clarksville and Theodore, the combined foundations of this cement company are 100 years deep and more than six companies wide. From the quarries to the boardrooms, these are the people who built the plants and the communities, who ran the mills, and who made their lives and livelihoods in and around the 13 plants that now comprise the unique heritage of Holnam and its predecessor companies. Holnam plants are in Portland, Colorado; Ada, Oklahoma; Devil’s Slide, Utah; Mason City, Iowa; Trident, Montana; Fort Collins, Colorado; Dundee, Michigan; Holly Hill, South Carolina; Clarksville, Missouri; Seattle, Washington; Artesia, Mississippi; Theodore, Alabama; Midlothian, Texas.”)
  • Centennial History of Missouri: (the Center State ) One Hundred Years in the Union, 1820-1921, by Walter Barlow Stevens, The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1921. (This book is available for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format on the Google Book Search web site.)
  • Centennial: Ironton, Missouri, May 30 – June 2, 1957, A Reprint, 58 pp. (The publication is available from the Iron County Missouri Historical Society.)
  • “A Century of Mining and Metallurgy in the United States,” Centennial Address of Hon. Abram S. Hewitt, President Elect of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, Phil. June 20, 1876, 33 pp. (Vol. Trans. Amer. Inst. Mining Eng’rs., pp. 164-193.)
  • The Chinese Valhalla: Adaptation and Identity in a Midwestern American Cemetery,” by C. Fred Blake, in Markers X, Association for Gravestone Studies, 1993. (Chinese Americans, Missouri, USA )
  • The Chouteau Group of Eastern Missouri, by R. R. Rowley, 6 pp. (American Geologist, Vol. III, No. 2, page 111, Feb. 1889.)
  • The City Beautiful Movement in Kansas City, by William Henry Wilson, University of Missouri Press, 1964, 171 pp.
  • City of Dust: A Cement Company Town in the Land of Tom Sawyer, by Gregg Andrews, University of Missouri Press, 2002, 392 pp., ISBN 0-8262-1424-X. (According to John R. Park in his A Guidebook to Mining in America, Vol. 2 East, Stonerose Publishing Co., this book is “about Ilasco, a company town built by the Atlas Portland Cement Company about 4 miles southeast of Hannibal, Missouri. The plant was built in 1901 and both the plant and town were destroyed with US 79 was relocated.”)
  • Civil Government of the United States and the State of Missouri; and History of Missouri, by Perry Scott Rader, The Hugh Stephens Printing Co., 1907. (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Civil War and Cultural Geology of Southwestern Missouri, Part 1: The Geology of Wilson’s Creek Battlefield and the History of Stone Quarrying and Stone Use, Joseph T. Hannibal, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, 1 Wade Oval Drive, Cleveland, Ohio 44106, USA, Kevin R. Evans Department of Geography, Geology, and Planning, Missouri State University, 901 S. National Avenue, Springfield, Missouri 65897, USA, The Geological Society of America Field Guide 17, 2010, pp. 39-68. (This field guide will be available in the “Field Guides” section or the GSA Bookstore section of the Geological Society of America web site. This document will also be available in PDF on the web site. The following excerpt is from the above-cited publication and is used with permission.)

    “This field trip focuses on the geological aspects of historical events, particularly during the Civil War, in southwestern Missouri and explores the use of local stone over the past 200 years in that part of the state. A number of battles occurred in this region, including the Battle of Wilson’s Creek, the second important battle of the war….”

  • “The history of stone use in southwestern Missouri extends back to that of the Native Americans and has continued until the present day. Local limestone was utilized for buildings and lime, beginning in the nineteenth century. In the mid-twentieth century, this region once boasted that it had the largest dimension-stone quarries west of the Mississippi River. These are the quarries of the Carthage area in east-central Jasper County and the Phenix quarry in northwest Greene County. These areas historically have stood out as producers of building stone and ‘marble’ (polished limestone) slabs. Mississippian limestones were utilized in both: Phenix quarried the Osagean Burlington-Keokuk limestones (undivided), and Carthage Marble quarried the younger Meramecian Warsaw Formation. Burlington-Keokuk limestones were also quarried outside of the small town of” Wilson Creek, located within the boundaries of the Battlefield.”

  • The Clay, Stone, Lime and Sand Industries of St. Louis City and County,” by G. E. Ladd, Assistant Geologist, in Geological Survey of Missouri, Bulletin No. 3, Supplement, Missouri, December 1890.
  • Coal Measures in Missouri,” by G. C. Broadhead, 23 pp. (St. Louis Academy of Science Transactions, Vol. II, page 311.)
  • Common Fossils of Missouri, University of Missouri Press. (Available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.)
  • The Common Fossils of Missouri: Missouri Handbook No. 4, A. G. Unklesbay, Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Press, 1956.
  • Common Rocks and Minerals of Missouri. (Available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.)
  • The Common Rocks and Minerals of Missouri, by William D. Keller, The University of Missouri Bulletin, 78 pp., Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, 1961, 80 pp., ISBN-10: 0826205852, ISBN-13: 978-0826205858.
  • Contributions to Invertebrate Paleontology No. 8: Fossils from the Carboniferous Rocks of the Interior States, by C. A. White, M.D. (Twelfth Annual Report of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey for the Year 1878, by F. V. Hayden, Washington, 1883, pp. 155-171.)
  • A Contribution to the Archæan Geology of Missouri, an inaugural dissertation presented to the Board of University Studies of the Johns Hopkins University, with an application for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, by Erasmus Haworth, M.S., Minneapolis, Minn., The University Press, state University, 1888, 40 pp. (According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “This was also published in Johns Hopkins University Circulars, Vol. VIII, No. 65, and in the American Geologist.”)
  • Correlation of Cambrian Strata of the Ozark and Upper Mississippi Valley Regions, Missouri Report of Investigation No. 52, by Wallace B. Howe, Vincent E. Kurtz, and Kenneth H. Anderson, 60 pp., 1972.
  • Crinoids and Brachipods - PUB. 660, Fact Sheet-09, Missouri Department of Natural Resources (PDF)
  • The Decay of Rocks Geologically Considered,American Journal of Science and Arts, Vol. XXVI, pp. 190-213. (According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “The rocks of Missouri are considered on page 207.”)
  • Depositional History of the Lamotte Sandstone of Southeastern Missouri, by D. W. Houseknecht, and F. G. Ethridge, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa., United States, Colo. State Univ., United States, Journal of Sedimentary Research; June 1978; v. 48; no. 2; pp. 575-586, Society for Sedimentary Geology.
  • Description of Marble Cave, Missouri,” (Stone County), Capt. J. B. Emery, 9 pp. (Kansas City Review of Science and Industry, Vol. VIII, No. 11, page 614, March, 1885.)
  • A Description of Some Lower Carboniferous Crinoids from Missouri, Bulletin No. 4, by S. A. Miller, Geological Survey of Missouri, Jefferson City, February 1891.
  • Descriptions of Fossils from the Palæozoic Rocks of the Western States, with Illustrations, by J. H. McChesney, Professor of Geology and Mineralogy in the University of Chicago, 57 pp., 9 plates. (Chicago Academy of Science Transactions, Vol. I, page 1, 1867-9.)
  • “Descriptions of Invertebrates from the Carboniferous System,” by F. B. Meek and A. H. Worthen. (Vol. II, pp. 143-423, 1866)
  • Descriptions of Invertebrates from Carboniferous System,” by J. S. Newberry and A. Worthen. (Vol. V, pp. 321-619, 1873.)
  • Descriptions of New Species of Fossils from the Palæozoic Rocks of the Western States, by J. H. McChesney, Extr. Tras. Chicago Acad. Sci. (Vol. I, Chicago, 1859, 96 pp.)
  • The Devonian Fishes of Missouri, by Edwin Bayer Branson, Thorstein Veblen, Daisy Young, University of Missouri, University of Missouri, 1914 (vol. 2). (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Devonian-Mississippian Stratigraphy of the Columbia, Missouri Area, M.G. Mehl and R.B. Aylor (eds.), 13 pp. (1959) (Available on the Missouri Geology Field Trip Guidebooks available on the Fieldtrips and Guidebooks of the Association of Geologists web site. Guidebooks and/or photographs are available on this web site.)
  • Devonian of Missouri, Vol. 17 (Second Series), by E. B. Branson, V. O. Tansey, and Grace Anna Stewart, Missouri Geological Survey, 1922, 289 pp. (Includes chapters on Bailey Limestone and Little Saline Limestone.)
  • Dictionary of Missouri Biography, by Lawrence O. Christensen, University of Missouri Press, 1999, 832 pp., ISBN 0826212220, 9780826212221
  • Do-It-Yourself Immortality: Writing One’s Own Epitaph,” by Karl S. Guthke, in Markers XX, pp. 110-153, Association for Gravestone Studies. (Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Virginia, USA, Crete, England, France, Italy, Germany, Samoa)
  • Dodge’s Advanced Geography of Missouri, by Richard Elwood Dodge, Rand, McNally, & Co., 1906, 333 pp. (Part I. Principals of Geography. Part II. Comparative Geography of the Continent.) (This book is available on the Google Book Search Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)
  • Dodge’s Geography of Missouri, by J.M. Greenwood, Superintendent of Schools, Kansas City, Mo., Rand McNally & Co., 1906, 40 pp.
  • The Early History of St. Louis and Missouri: From Its First Exploration by White Men in 1673 to 1843, by Elihu Hotchkiss Shepard, Southwestern Book and Publishing Company, 1870. (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Early Mississippian Formations in Missouri, by Raymond C. Moore, Missouri Bureau of Geology and Mines, vol. 21, 2 nd ser., 1928, 282 pp.
  • The Earth Through Time, by Harold Levin, 6th ed.: Saunders College Publishing, 1999. (Standard historical geology text that includes many illustrations and diagrams relating to Missouri and Illinois.)
  • Earth Treasures - Where to Collect Minerals, Rocks and Fossils in the United States: The Northwest Quadrant, Allan W. Eckert, New York, NY, U.S.A.: Harperb Trade / Perennial, New York, NY, U.S.A., 1987, 632 pp., ISBN: 0060961775. (A guide to more than 1,000 specific locations in Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming.)
  • East-South Missouri. The counties immediately adjoining and contiguous to the great river and the city of St. Louis. Their resources, advantages, soils, climate, products, mineral deposits, water powers, etc., by N. W. Bliss, published by Union Mining and Smelting Company, Old Mines, Washington County, Mo., and Washington Land and Mining Company, Kingston Furnace, Mo. St. Louis address: C.S. Greeley, President U.M.&S. Co. and W.L.& M. Co., 620 N. Second Street, St. Louis, Mo. Issued under the authority and with the indorsement of the Missouri Immigration Society. (St. Louis, 1882.)
  • Economic Geology of The United States, by Heinrich Ries, A.M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Economic Geology at Cornell University, New York: The MacMillan Company, London: MacMillan & Co., Ltd., November 1905. (“Chapter III. Building Stones,” pp. 69-91, “Chapter V. Lime and Calcareous Cements,” pp. 109-123, and “Chapter IX. Abrasives,” pp. 158-166.) (This book is available on the Google Book Search Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)
  • Economic Geology, Utilization, and Waste Recycling in Northeast Missouri; Central Stone Co. Quarry #1; Continental Cement Co. and MFR, Inc.; Scheffler's Geode Mine, Virginia M. Ragan, 199, 33 pp. (Available on the Missouri Geology Field Trip Guidebooks available on the Fieldtrips and Guidebooks of the Association of Geologists web site. Guidebooks and/or photographs are available on this web site.)
  • Eighth Annual Report of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1886. (According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “This contains Mines and Mining (Mine Inspectors’ Reports for 1886), pp. 29-87.”)
  • The Elephant Rocks - A Geologic Phenomenon - PUB. 683, Fact Sheet-10, Missouri Department of Natural Resources (PDF)
  • Eleventh Annual Report of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1889, Lee Meriwether, Commissioner, pp. 517, v. (According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “This report is taken up nearly altogether with mining matters.”)
  • Encyclopedia of The History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference, by Howard Louis Conard, Southern History Co., 1901 (vol. 6). (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Energy Resources and Facilities Map of Missouri (1982) (Available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.)
  • Engineering Geology, Filled-Sink Structures, and Stratigraphy of the Jefferson City Area, George H. Davis (ed.), 107 pp. (1997) (Available on the Missouri Geology and Guidebooks of the Association of Geologists web site. Guidebooks and/or photographs are available on this web site.)
  • The Evolution of the Northern Part of the Lowlands of South-eastern Missouri, by Curtis Fletcher Marbut, University of Missouri, 1902 (vol. 1). (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Explanations of the Geological Map of Missouri, and a section of its Rocks, by Prof. G. C. Swallow, State Geologist of Missouri, 21 pp. 1 plate. (11th Meeting, American Association For the Advancement of Science Proceedings, 1857, page 1.) According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “The paper refers to a map as accompanying it, but this was not found in the copies examined.”)
  • Exploratory Travels Through the Western Territories of North America: Comprising a Voyage from St. Louis, on the Mississippi, to the Source of that River, and a Journey Through the Interior of Louisiana, and North-eastern provinces of New Spain. Performed in the years 1805, 1806 and 1807, by Order of the Government of the United States, by Zebulon Montgomery Pike, Major 6th Regt., United States Infantry, London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown. Pasternoster-Row, 1811, 4°, 436 pp. (Miscellaneous document of the United States Congress.)
  • Exploring Missouri’s Legacy - State Parks and Historic Sites. (Available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.)
  • Exploring Missouri’s Legacy: State Parks and Historic Sites, by Susan L. Flader, Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Press, 1992, ISBN: 0826208347.
  • Exposed Precambrian Rocks in Southeast Missouri, Missouri Report of Investigation No. 44, by Carl F. Tolman and Forbes Robertson, 68 pp., 1969.
  • Field Trip Guidebook to the St. Francois Mountains and the Historic Boone Terre Mine, OFR-82-16-MR. (Available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.)
  • The First and Second Annual Reports of the Geological Survey of Missouri, G. C. Swallow, State Geologist, by order of the Legislature: James Lusk, Public Printer, Jefferson City, 1855, 240 pp.
  • “First Annual Report of the State Mine Inspector,” M. L. Wolfe, State Mine Inspector, 82 pp. (Ninth Annual Report for 1887, pp. 177-258.)
  • Fossil Collecting Localities - PUB. 665, Fact Sheet-14, Missouri Department of Natural Resources (PDF)
  • Fourteenth Census of the United States. State Compendium. Missouri: Statistics of Population, Occupations, Agriculture, Drainage, Manufactures, and Mines and Quarries for the State, Counties, and Cities, United States, Bureau of the Census, Washington, Government Printing Office, 1924, 182 pp.
  • Franklin County (Missouri),” County Report made to the Missouri Board of Agriculture, by D. W. Whitney. (Second Report, 1866, pp. 249-253.)
  • Frontiers of the Northwest: A History of the Upper Missouri Valley, by Harold Edward Briggs, P. Smith, 1950, 629 pp. (This book is available for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format on the Google Book Search.)
  • Gazetteer of Missouri and Illinois, by Lewis C. Beck, Albany, N.Y., 1823. (According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “There are items on many pages relating to the geology and mineralogy of Missouri.”)
  • Gazetteer of The State of Missouri, Alphonso Wetmore, St. Louis, Missouri, C. Keemle, 1837.
  • The Genesis of Missouri: From Wilderness Outpost to Statehood, by William E. Foley, University of Missouri Press, 1990, 367 pp., ISBN 0826207278, 9780826207272.

  • Geochronology of Precambrian Rocks in The St. Francois Mountains, Southeastern Missouri, GSA SP 165, M.E. Bickford, Boulder: 1975, 48 pp.
  • The Geography of the Ozark Highland of Missouri, by Carl Ortwin Sauer, published for the Geographic Society of Chicago by the University of Chicago press, 1920, (No. 7), 245 pp. (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • A Geologic Cross Section of the Missouri River Valley at Kansas City, Missouri, Report of Investigations No. 72, by Richard J. Gentile, Richard L. Moberly, and Sharon K. Barnes, Missouri Geological Survey, 1994, 76 pp.
  • Geologic Map of Missouri, Fact Sheet-01, Missouri Department of Natural Resources (PDF).
  • Geologic Map of Missouri (1979) (Available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.)
  • Geologic Map of Missouri (2003) (Available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.)
  • Geologic Section of Pennsylvanian Rocks Exposed in the Kansas City Area, Missouri Geological Survey Information Circular 8, by F. C. Greene and Wallace B. Howe, 1952, 19 pp.
  • The Geologic Story of The Great Plains, by Donald E. Trimble, Geological Survey Bulletin 1493, Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1980. (A nontechnical description of the origin and evolution of the landscape of the Great Plains.)
  • The Geologic Story of The St. Louis Riverfront: A Walking Tour, by Arthur W. Hebrank, publisher: Rolla, Missouri: Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geology and Land Survey, 1989.
  • The Geologic Time Scale - PUB. 663, Fact Sheet-12, Missouri Department of Natural Resources (PDF)
  • Geologic Wonders and Curiosities of Missouri, ED-4. (Available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.)
  • Geologic Wonders and Curiosities of Missouri, by Thomas R. Beveridge, Missouri Geology and Land Survey, 1980, 452 pp.
  • Geological Evolution of America, Thomas H. Clark and Clin W. Stearn, 2nd edition, The Ronald Press Co., New York, 1960.
  • Geological Formation and Mineral Resources of Green County, Missouri,” in An illustrated Historical Atlas Map of Greene County, Missouri, Brink, McDonough & Co., 1876.
  • Geological Map of Missouri, by Nathan H. Parker, 1865.
  • Geological Report of an Examination Made in 1834 of the Elevated Country Between the Missouri and Red Rivers, by George William Featherstonhaugh, United States. Army. Corps of Engineers, John James Abert, published by printed by Gales and Seaton, 1835, 97 pp. (This book is available on Google Book Search - Full View Books for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format.)

  • Geological Report of The Country Along The Line of The South-Western Branch of The Pacific Railroad, State of Missouri, by G. C. Swallow, George Knapp & Co., St. Louis, Missouri, 1859, 93 pp. (Prefixed to this report is a Memoir of the Pacific railroad, St. Louis, printed by George Knapp & Co., 1859, 93 pp., plates and geological map of South-west Missouri. According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “A somewhat fuller report was made by Prof. Swallow, and was published by the Pacific Railroad Company in New York.”) (This book is available for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format on the Google Book Search.)
  • Geological Report on The Mine La Motte Estate, the Property of Hon. Rowland Hazard, Situated in St. Francois and Madison Counties, Missouri, with accompanying map and diagrams. By James E. Mills, B.S., Consulting Geologist, 1877, G.W. & C.B. Colton & Co., New York, 55 pp. (This book is available for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format on the Google Book Search.)
  • Geological Report Upon the Mineral Lands of Major R. H. Melton, by G. C. Broadhead, Former State Geologist of Missouri, Sedalia, 1880, 12 pp.
  • The Geological Story of the St. Louis Riverfront, SP-6. (Available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.)
  • Geological Survey of Missouri Bulletin No. 1, published by the Missouri Geological Survey, Jefferson City, April, 1890, pp. 85. (According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “Contents: Administrative report. By Arthur Winslow, State Geologist, page 1. The coal beds of Lafayette county. By Arthur Winslow, State geologist, page 14. The building stones and clays of Iron, St. Francois and Madison counties. By. G. E. Ladd, assistant geologist, page 22. The mineral waters of Saline county. By A. E. Woodward, assistant geologist, page 45. A preliminary catalogue of the fossils occurring in Missouri. By G. Hambach, palæontologist, page 60.”)
  • Geology and Mineral-Resource Assessment of the Springfield 1 inch times 2 inch Quadrangle, Missouri, as Appraised in September 1985, Bulletin 1942, by J.A. Martin (Missouri Geological Survey) and W.P. Pratt (U.S. Geological Survey), Jan. 1991, 115 pp.
  • The Geology and Mineral Resources of the State of Missouri,” by Dr. H. A. Prout, 4 pp. (Western Journal and Civilian,* Vol. I, pp. 6. (* A magazine published in St. Louis from 1848 until 14 volumes and 3 numbers were issued.)
  • Geology and Mineral Resources of the St. Louis Quadrangle: Missouri-Illinois, by N. M. Fenneman, Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Government Printing Office, Washington D. C., 1911.
  • “Geology and Minerals” (of Missouri ), 20 pp. (History of Pettis Co., Missouri, F.A. North, pp. 66-85, 1882.)
  • Geology and Utilization of Underground Space in Metropolitan Kansas City, Missouri, Richard J. Gentile, 1994, 55 pp. (Available on the Missouri Geology Field Trip Guidebooks available on the Fieldtrips and Guidebooks of the Association of Geologists web site. Guidebooks and/or photographs are available on this web site.)
  • Geology and Utilization of Underground Space in the Kansas City Area, Missouri, Richard J. Gentile and Gomer Jenkins (eds.), 1971, 56 pp. (Available on the Missouri Geology Field Trip Guidebooks of the Association of Geologists web site. Guidebooks and/or photographs are available on this web site.)
  • Geology in the Area of the Eureka–House Springs Anticline with Emphasis on Stratigraphy, Structure, and Economics, Jim Martin (ed.), 1977, 58 pp. (Available on the Missouri Geology Field Trip Guidebooks of the Association of Geologists web site. Guidebooks and/or photographs are available on this web site.)
  • Geology in the Vicinity of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Including Crowleys Ridge, Clayton H. Johnson (ed.), 1962, 56 pp. (Available on the Missouri Geology Field Trip Guidebooks of the Association of Geologists web site. Guidebooks and/or photographs are available on this web site.)
  • The Geology of Bates County, Missouri, Report of Investigation No. 59, by Richard J. Gentile, Missouri Geological Survey, 94 pp.
  • The Geology of Boone County (Missouri), by A. G. Unklesbay, Vol. 31, 1952, 159 pp.
  • Geology of Cooper County, Missouri,” in Illustrated Atlas Map of Cooper County, Missouri, St. Louis Atlas Publishing Co., 1877.
  • The Geology of Jackson County (Missouri), Vol. 14 (Second Series), by Walter Edward McCourt assisted by M. Albertson and J.W. Benne, Missouri Geological Survey, 1917, 168 pp. (Includes discussion on the quarrying industry, clay, shale, lime, and Portland cement.)
  • The Geology of Miller County (Missouri), Vol. 1 (Second Series), by Sydney H. Ball and A. F. Smith, Missouri Geological Survey, 1903, 223 pp.
  • Geology of Missouri, by E. B. Branson, May, University of Missouri Bulletin vol. 19(15), Engineering Experiment Station Series 19, 1918, 172 pp.
  • The Geology of Missouri, by E. B. Branson, Columbia: University of Missouri, 1944, 535 pp.
  • “Geology of Missouri,” 6 pp. (History of Jasper County, Missouri, F. A. North, Chapter II. pp. 18-23, 1883.)
  • “Geology of Missouri,” History of Green County, Missouri, written and compiled, &c., Illustrated, St. Louis: Western Historical Company, 1883, Chap. III. pp. 13-20.
  • The Geology of Moniteau County (Missouri), Vol. 3 (Second Series), by F. B. Van Horn, Missouri Geological Survey, 1905, 104 pp. (Discusses building stone and quicklime.)
  • Geology of Morgan County, by C. F. Marbut, Missouri Bureau of Geology and Mines, Vol. VII, 2nd Series, Jefferson City, Missouri, 1907.
  • Geology of North America, with two Reports on the Prairies of Arkansas and Texas, the Rocky Mountains of New Mexico, and the Sierra Nevada of California, originally made for the United States Government, by Jules Marcou, Zurich, 1858, Folio. ( According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “The geology of Missouri is to some extent included in this report. There are other editions of the work besides the one here given.”)
  • The Geology of Northwestern Missouri, by Henry Silliman McQueen, Frank Cook Greene, Missouri Geological Survey and Water Resources, 1938, 217 pp.
  • The Geology of Pike County (Missouri), by R. R. Rowley, Missouri Bureau of Geology and Mines, Jefferson City 1907.
  • Geology of Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri, by Stuart Weller and Stuart St. Clair, Missouri Bureau of Geology and Mines, Rolla Missouri, H. A. Buehler, Director and State Geologist, Vol. XXII, Second Series, 1928, 352 pp. (Chapter VI - Economic Geology: A few of the subjects presented include: Lime industry and quarrying industry.) (See the Missouri Stone Quarries section for a listing in the individual quarries mentioned in this book listed by location.)
  • The Geology of Stoddard County, Missouri, Willard Farrar and Lyle McManamy, Rolla, Missouri: Missouri Geological Survey, 1937, 92 pp.
  • The Geology of Vernon County (Missouri), Second Series Vol. XIX, by F. C. Greene and W. F. Pond, Rolla, Missouri: Missouri Bureau of Geology and Mines, 1926.
  • Geology of the Belton Quadrangle, Missouri Report of Investigation No. 69, by Richard J. Gentile, 110 pp., 3 pl., 1984. (Describes the Belton Ring-Fault Complex a circular, intensely folded and faulted structure about 3 miles in diameter about 20 miles south of Kansas City, Missouri.)
  • Geology of the Bowling Green Quadrangle, Report of Investigation No. 22, by Troy J. Laswell, Missouri Geological Survey, 64 pp.
  • Geology of the Eminence and Cardareva Quadrangles, by Josiah Bridge, Rolla, Missouri, Missouri Geology and Mines, 1930, Rolla, MO, 1930, 228 pp.
  • The Geology of the Fulton Quadrangle, Missouri, A. G. Unklesbay, Missouri Geological Survey, Rolla, Missouri, 1955. (Report of Investigations No. 19.)
  • Geology of the Granby Area (Missouri), Vol. 4 (Second Series), by E. R. Buckley and H. A. Buehler, Missouri Geological Survey, 1905, 130 pp.
  • The Geology of the Humansville Quadrangle, Missouri, Missouri Report of Investigation No. 15, by Thomas K. Searight, 50 pp., 3 pls., including geologic and topographic map, 1954
  • Geography of the Northern Ozark Border Region in Missouri, by James E. Collier, University of Missouri, 1953.
  • The Geology of Northwestern Missouri, by H. S. McQueen and F. C. Greene, Missouri Geological Survey Bulletin 25, 1938, 217 pp.
  • Geology of the Ozark Highland of Missouri, by Carl Ortwin Sauer, Geographic Society of Chicago Bulletin 7, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, 1920. (This book is available for reading or downloading to your computer in PDF format on the Google Book Search.)
  • The Geology of the Potosi and Edgehill Quadrangles, Vol. 23 (Second Series), by C. L. Dake, Missouri Geological Survey, 1930, 233 pp.
  • Geology of the Precambrian St. Francois Terrane, Southeastern Missouri, Missouri Report of Investigation No. 64, (Contribution to Precambrian Geology No. 8), by Eva B. Kisvarsanyi, 58 pp., 1981.
  • Geology of the Rolla Quadrangle (Missouri), Vol. 12 (Second Series), by Wallace Lee, Missouri Geological Survey, 1913, 111 pp.
  • Geology of the St. Francois Mountain Area (Missouri), William C. Hayes (ed.), Missouri Geological Survey Report of Investigation Number 26, 1961, 137 pp. (Available on the Missouri Geology Field Trip Guidebooks of the Association of Geologists web site. Guidebooks and/or photographs are available on this web site.)
  • Geology of The Steelville Quadrangle Missouri, by H. E. Hendriks, Vol. 35, 1954, 88 pp.
  • Geology of the Valley Anticline beneath the Warrensburg Sandstone, Warrensburg, Missouri and Devonian and Mississippian Stratigraphy of the Sedalia-Otterville Area, Missouri, John L. Nold and Carl Priesendorf, eds., 2005 - Sedalia, 45 pp. (Available on the Missouri Geology Field Trip Guidebooks of the Association of Geologists web site. Guidebooks and/or photographs are available on this web site.)
  • Geomorphic History of the Ozarks of Missouri, Bretz, J Harlen, State of Missouri, Rolla, MO, 1965, 147 pp.
  • German Settlement in Missouri: New Land, Old Ways, by Robyn Burnett, Ken Luebbering, contributor Ken Luebbering, University of Missouri Press, 1996, 124 pp., ISBN 0826210945, 9780826210944.

  • “The Granite and Kaolins of Southeast Missouri,” in Missouri as it is in 1867: An Illustrated Historical Gazetteer of Missouri, embracing the Geography, History, Resources and Prospects,the Mineralogical, etc., by Nathan H. Parker, Phil. 1867, 458 pp. (According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “...The Granite and Kaolins of Southeast Missouri, by F. Woolford, pp. 101-103.)
  • “Granites and Rhyolites,” in Journal of Geophysical Research (special issue), vol. 86, no. B11, 1981, 508 pp. (Some of the 31 papers included in this volume are on: Geology, petrology, mineralogy, geochemistry and geophysics of intrusive and extrusive, siliceous and potassic igneous rocks. Some of the topics and subjects covered are: granitic and rhyolitic rocks of the western United States, Mexico, Australia, Japan, Asia, and Greenland; siliceous magmatism of the St. Francois Mountains, Missouri; gradients in silicic magma chambers; petrogenesis of oceanic adesites; and seismic reflection profiles of granitic terrains.)

  • Great Cities of the West - St. Louis ” (Editorial), DeBow’s Review, Vol. XVI, O.S., April, 1854, pp. 397-410. (According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “Notices the mineral regions within reach of St. Louis.”)
  • The Great South, Some notes on Missouri: The Heart of the Republic, by King (Scribner’s Monthly, July 1874, Vol. VIII, pp. 257-283, 26 figs. ( According to Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, Bulletin No. 2, 1890: “This has descriptions and illustrations of Iron Mountain and Pilot Knob.”)
  • Guide to Selected Industrial Mineral Producers, Preliminary Reconnaissance Bedrock Geology and Pennsylvanian Stratigraphy of the St. Joseph, Missouri Area, David C. Smith, 2000, 46 pp. (Available on the Missouri Geology Field Trip Guidebooks of the Association of Geologists web site. Guidebooks and/or photographs are available on this web site.)
  • A Guidebook to Mining In America: Volume 2: East (Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, and farther East), by John R. Park, Stonerose Publishing Co., Miami, Florida, April, 2000,” available at Stonerose Publishing Company.
  • Guidebook to the Geology Along Interstate 44 (I-44) in Missouri, (Guidebook 23), by Thomas L. Thompson and Charles E. Robertson, Missouri Geological Survey Report of Investigations No. 71, 1993. (From Joplin to St. Louis)
  • Guidebook to the Geology Along Interstate 44 (I-44) in Missouri, RI-71. (Available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.)
  • Guidebook to the Geology Along Interstate - 55 in Missouri, by Joseph L. Thacker and Ira R. Satterfield, Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geology and Land Survey, Geological Survey, Rolla, Missouri, 132 pp.
  • Guidebook to the Geology Along Interstate-55 in Missouri, RI-62. (Available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.)
  • Guidebook to the Geology and Ore Deposits of the St. Francois Mountains, Missouri. Report of Investigations Number 67. Contribution to Precambrian Geology Number 9, Eva B. Kisvarsanyi, Arthur W. Hebrank, and Richard F. Ryan, Missouri Department of Natural Resources Division of Geology and Land Survey, Rolla, Missouri 1981, 119 pp.
  • Guidebook to the Geology and Ore Deposits of the St. Francois Mountains, Missouri, RI-67. (Available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.)
  • Guidebook to the Geology and Utilization of Underground Space in the Kansas City Area, Missouri, prepared for the Association of Missouri Geologists, 18th annual field trip and meeting, September 24 and 25, 1971, by Richard J. Gentile and Gomer Jenkins, 1971, 56 pp.
  • Guidebook to the Geology in the Vicinity of Joplin, Missouri, Including Westside-Webber Mine, Oklahoma, edited by Clayton H. Johnson, Tenth Annual Field Trip, September 27 and 28, 1963. Sponsored by the geologists the Tri-State District, Missouri – Oklahoma – Kansas, 50 pp.
  • Guidebook to the Geology of the Kansas City Group (Pennsylvanian) at Kansas City, RI-31. (Available through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.)
  • Guidebook to the Geology of the Rolla Area Emphasizing Solution Phenomena, prepared for the Fifth Annual Midwest Groundwater Conference Field Trip conducted by staff geologists of the Missouri Geological Survey and Water Resources, 35 pp., illus., staple bound, more in the category of a hand-out than a true “published” document. 1960.
  • Guidebook to the Geology of the St. Francois Mountain Area, Missouri Report of Investigation No. 26, Edited by William C. Hayes, 137 pp.
  • Guidebook to the Weldon Spring Area, St. Charles County, and Geology and Utilization of Industrial Minerals in St. Louis County, Missouri, A.W. Rueff, T.L. Thompson, A.C. Spreng, David Hoffman, and Peter Price (eds.), 54 pp. Download Guidebook as a PDF file “Weldon Spring Project Site Tour, 1987, 21 pp. (Available on the Missouri Geology Field Trip Guidebooks and Guidebooks of the Association of Geologists web site. Guidebooks and/or photographs are available on this web site.)

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