Ref.: Reed, Juliet C. (1976), Annotated Biblio. of Minerals New to the Pennsylvania List 1965-1974, The Mineralogical Society of PA, Inc.: 32-33; Montgomery, Arthur (1955), "Paragenesis of the Serpentine-Talc Deposits near Easton, PA,: PA Acad. Sci. Proc., Vol. 29:203-215; Montgomery, A. (Jan, 1963), "Gordon's PA MIneral List," in "Pennsylvania Minerals (PM), PM(3), Keystone Newsletter; Montgomery, A. (July, 1963), "Updated PA Min. List," in PM (9); Lapham, Davis M. and Geyer, Alan R. (1965), Min. Collecting in PA (1969): 113, (1969): 127; Montgomery, Arhtur (1969) "Updated List of PA Min.," in PM (38); Grant, Raymond W. (Feb & Mar, 1973) "Revised PA Min. Lists & Index," in PM (122 & 123); Grant (Sep, 1974), "PA Min. Species as of August, 1974," in PM (141). Easton Pennsylvania is located on the Delaware River. It is the home of Lafayette College and its famous Professor of Mineralogy, Dr. Arthur Montgomery, who studied this area and published extensively on its mineralogy.
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