January 2007

January 2007 Vol.37 Num.1
Table of Contents (pdf)

FEATURES

The Legacy of Pre-Columbian Gold Work
Its beauty, craftsmanship and mystique survive the centuries
by Steve Voynick

Kartchner Caverns and the Tucson Show
N
atural beauty above and below ground in Arizona
by Bob Jones

The Frugal Collector: The Silicates
Part V: Lapis, charoite and sugilite are popular with the lapidary
by Bob Jones

Roadside Panning Sites in New Mexico
Part I: Bernallilo, Catron, Colfax, Dona Ana, Grant, Lincoln, Luna, and McKinley counties
by David and Clois Walker

The Gold Gastrolith
A tale of a well-traveled nugget
by Glenn Wasson

Rock & Gem Kids
Topaz and how to draw crystals
by Steve Decker

Koyukuk River Gold
Prospecting in the Brooks Range
by Roger McPherson

A Shared Passion
How rockhounding and lapidary helped my marriage
by Craig Andrews

Idaho Springs, Colorado
Gold mines, mills and minerals right off the interstate
by Steve Voynick

Field Trip:
Golden Treasures in North Carolina
Pyrite, fluorite and quartz accompany pyrophyllite
by Lori Lamb

Field Trip:
Out-of-This-World Collecting
Chalcopyrite, nickel ore, and shattercones in Ontario
by Pat Kerr

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