January 2007

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


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

Kartchner Caverns and the Tucson Show
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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