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Tungsten deposits, Isla de Pinos, Cuba
Manganese deposits of Cuba
MUSCOVITE IN THE SPRUCE PINE DISTRICT, NORTH CAROLINA
MANGANESE DEPOSITS OF CEDAR CREEK VALLEY, FREDERICK AND SHENANDOAH COUNTIES, VIRGINIA
THE TIN-SPODUMENE BELT OF THE CAROLINAS, A PRELIMINARY REPORT
NICKEL-COPPER DEPOSITS AT SNIPE BAY, BARANOF ISLAND, ALASKA
ANTIMONY DEPOSITS OF THE STAMPEDE CREEK AREA, KANTISHNA DISTRICT, ALASKA
Manganese deposits of the Sweet Springs district, West Virginia and Virginia
Tungsten deposits in the Boriana district and the Aquarius Range, Mohave County, Arizona
MINERAL INDUSTRY OF ALASKA IN 1941 AND 1942
Phosphate deposits of the Teton Basin area, Idaho and Wyoming
Beryllium and tungsten deposits of the Iron Mountain district, Sierra and Socorro Counties, New Mexico, with a section on the beryllium minerals
Geology of the Cuarenta mercury district, State of Durango, Mexico
Molybdenite investigations in southeastern Alaska
Copper bullion claims, Rua Cove, Knight Island, Alaska