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Devils Head Pegmatite District, Douglas Co., Colorado, USA

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Devils Head is a prominent peak in the Rampart Range. It is easily reached from Sedalia on State Highway 85 via U.S. Highway 67 (Jarre Canyon Road) and Rampart Range road; the distance from Sedalia is 21.5 mi. It can also be reached from Colorado Springs by way of U.S. Highway 24 to Woodland Park, then along Rampart Range Road. This locality has at times been under claim by local mineral clubs. ("Minerals of Colorado, updated & revised", p. 13, by Eckel, Edwin B., 1997)
In 1880s a pocket 50 feet long, 4 to 15 feet wide and 4 feet thick produced many crystals of topaz, microcline, cassiterite and fluorite.

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50 entries listed. 21 valid minerals.

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- Eckel, E.B. (1997), Minerals of Colorado, updated & revised: 13.

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