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Mineral Resources of the United States - Calendar Year 1907

Mineral Resources of the United States, Calendar Year 1907

Part II.  Nonmetallic Products

George Otis Smith, Director

Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey  

Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., 1908.

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Cement industry in the United States in 1907, by E. C. Eckel  (pp. 477-493)

Portland cement – pp. 478

Natural cement – pp. 489

Puzzolan cement – pp. 490

Lime and sand-lime brick, by E. C. Eckel – pp.545

Sand and gravel – pp.553

Slates, by A. T. Coons – pp. 557

Stone, by A. T. Coons  (563-605)

Granite – pp. 563

Trap rock  – pp.584

Sandstone – pp. 586

Bluestone – pp. 592

Marble – pp. 593

Limestone – pp. 596

Blast-furnace flux – pp. 605

Abrasive Materials, by W. C. Phelan  (607-626)

Buhrstones and millstones – pp. 607

Grindstones and pulpstones – pp. 609

Oilstones and scythestones – pp. 613

Corundum and emery – pp. 614

Abrasive quartz and feldspar – pp. 616

Abrasive garnet – pp. 617

Infusorial earth and Tripoli – pp. 619

Pumice – pp. 622

Artificial abrasives – pp. 625

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