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Corundum and the peridotites of western North Carolina

Joseph Hyde Pratt

Corundum and the peridotites of western North Carolina

by Joseph Hyde Pratt

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Published in Raleigh, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Corundum -- North Carolina,
  • Peridotite -- North Carolina

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Joseph Hyde Pratt and Joseph Volney Lewis
    SeriesNorth Carolina Geological Survey -- v. 1, North Carolina Geological Survey (series) -- v. 1
    ContributionsLewis, J. Volney b. 1869
    The Physical Object
    Pagination464 p.
    Number of Pages464
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16376164M
    LC Control Number13000002

    CORUNDUM AND THE PERIDOTITES OF WEST ERN NORTH CAROLINA. A REVIEW. JOSEPH HYDE PRATT AND JOSEPH VOLNEY LEWIS. Under the above title, Volume I of the North Carolina Geological Survey reports has recently appeared. The scope of the work, however, is broader in many ways than this title indicates. It is a volumes of pages and is illustrated by. Great deals on Geology Science & Medicine Hardcover Antiquarian & Collectible Books. Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at .

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    Sheffield Corundum Mine, Macon Co., North Carolina, USA: PROPERTY IS OPERATED BY ROBERT T. BRYSON. NOT ON OR MSHA LISTS FOR ATTACHMENT SEE Commodities (Major) - Abrasive - Corundum Development Status: Past Producer. Corundum and the basic magnesian rocks of western North Carolina. (Winston, M.I. & J.C. Stewart, public printers, ), by J. Volney Lewis (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Corundum and the peridotites of western North Carolina / (Raleigh, N. C., ), by Joseph Hyde Pratt and J. Volney Lewis (page images at HathiTrust).


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About this Book Catalog Record Details. Corundum and the peridotites of western North Carolina v. Pratt, Joseph Hyde, View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. Advanced stage of chloritization in dunite, Buck Creek ultramafic body, Blue Ridge Mountains, Clay County, western North Carolina.

Pratt and Lewis ()* described the chloritization of the Buck Creek dunite thus: "In some cases the olivine alters extensively to chlorite, which penetrates the grains generally along cleavage cracks first, though frequently in diagonal directions, in long. This review is therefore chiefly concerned with the second, Corundum and the Peridotites of Western North Carolina, which constitutes the first volume of a new series of reports of the North Carolina Geological Survey.

It is a volume of pages, is illustrated by 45 plates and 35 figures in the Not Available adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A.

North Carolina was one of the first important sources of corundum, both for abrasives and for instrument bearings. Some gem material was also found. Photos are thumbnails; click on one to see the full resolution image. An article on the history of the State's corundum deposits will be prepared later.

The next three excerpts are from (in order) Corundum and the Peridotites of Western North Carolina by Joseph Hyde Pratt and Joseph Volney Lewis (), pages ; History of the gems found in North Carolina by George Frederick Kunz (), pages ; and Corundum and its occurrence and distribution in the United States by Joseph Hyde.

Except the occurrences in granular limestone, in graphite, and in association with volcanic rocks, all the various modes enumerated above have been observed in North Carolina. These will be described briefly in the following order: F.

Zirkel, Lehrbuch der PetrograpMe, Leipsic,page a. Associated with peridotites; h. In chlorite Format: Pasta blanda. Peridotites of Western North Carolina."7 The mineral 6 W.

Kerr, State Geologist of North Carolina, Report, Geologic Survey of North Carolina, Vol. lr() p. 7 Joseph Hyde Pratt and Joseph Volncy Lewis, "Corundum and the Peridotites of Western North Carolina," North Carolina Geological Survey, Vol.

I (). Pratt,J.H., and Lewis,J.V.,() Corundum and Peridotites of Western North Carolina,North Carolina Geological Survey,Vol.1, pg. Cleveland Co. ⓘ Carpenter Knob; Joseph H.

Pratt () The Occurrence and Distribution of Corundum in the United States. Gaffney ⓘ Camp Creek Monazite Placer South Tributary. Get this from a library.

[Report]. [North Carolina Geological and Economic Survey.] -- "Bibliography of American peridotites, corundum, and associated minerals": v.

1, p. [] CONTENTSI. Corundum and the peridotites of western North Carolina, by J.H. Pratt and J.V. Lewis. The article's author had this to say: A Jewel of a Book!

Perhaps the most valuable resource in rockhounding is found in Richard James Jacquot Jr.'s book, Rock, Gem and Mineral Collecting Sites in Western North Carolina.

An experienced, well-traveled rock hound from Leicester, Jacquot thoroughly covers 55 of the best collecting sites in the.Page - The western portion of this State is in the line of peridotites as indicated by the direction of the belt in Georgia and North Carolina, and these rocks are known to exist along the border in the northwestern corner; but no work has been done to trace out their distribution nor to develop the corundum deposits, if such exist.

‎.Corundum and the peridotites of western North Carolina / By Joseph Hyde Pratt and J. Volney (Joseph Volney) Lewis. Abstract "Bibliography of American peridotites, corundum, and associated minerals": p. []Mode of access: Internet.