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Apatite from Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, USA

USA
 
  • Massachusetts
    • Middlesex Co.
      • Acton
Dale, T.N. (1910) Supplementary Notes on the Commercial Granites of New England (in Hayes, C.W., Lindgren, W. Contributions to Economic Geology, USGS Bulletin 470). Dale, N.T. (1923) The Commercial Granites of New England, Bulletin 738, United States Geological Survey, Department of the Interior, 488 pages.
Dale, T. N. (1910). Supplementary Notes on the Commercial Granites of New England (in Contributions to Economic Geology, USGS Bulletin 470).
Robinson, S. 1825: A Catalogue of American Minerals, with Their Localities
      • Cambridge
Ross, Martin E. (2010): An Early Triassic 40Ar/39Ar age for a camptonite dyke in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA (Atlantic Geology, Volume 46).
      • Groton
Dale, T. N. (1910). Supplementary Notes on the Commercial Granites of New England (in Contributions to Economic Geology, USGS Bulletin 470).
      • Holliston
Gleba, 1978. Massachusetts Mineral & Fossil Localities
      • Littleton
Dana, 1854. A System of Mineralogy, 4th ed.
Gleba, 1978. Massachusetts Mineral & Fossil Localities
Jaggar, 1898. American Geologist 21(4):203-212
Wadsworth, M.E. (1877) Notes on the Mineralogy and Petrography of Boston and Vicinity. The Intrusive Rocks in the Vicinity of Boston. In Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, 19:217-238.
Gleba, 1978. Massachusetts Mineral & Fossil Localities
      • Townsend
Dale, T. Nelson (1910). Supplementary Notes on the Commercial Granites of New England. (USGS Bulletin 470).
      • Westford
        • Oak Hill
Dale, T. N. (1910). Supplementary Notes on the Commercial Granites of New England (in Contributions to Economic Geology, USGS Bulletin 470).
Dale, T. N. (1910). Supplementary Notes on the Commercial Granites of New England (in Contributions to Economic Geology, USGS Bulletin 470).
        • Snake Meadow Hill
Dale, T. N. (1910). Supplementary Notes on the Commercial Granites of New England (in Contributions to Economic Geology, USGS Bulletin 470).
      • Woburn
Richmond, W. E. Jr. (1936): Paragenesis of the Minerals From Blueberry Mountain, Woburn, Massachusetts (American Mineralogist 22:290).
 
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