Book: The Identification of Some Maine Minerals, Bulletin No. 36 – June 1940

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The Identification of Some Maine Minerals, Bulletin No. 36, by James Trefethren.  University Press.

Subject/Topic:  Identification of Some Maine Minerals; appears to have been commissioned by University of Maine, and probably the State of Maine.

Format:   Trade paperback.

# Pages:  56 pages

Published:  June 1940

Special Attributes:  Contains a map of Maine and a table of all major mineral deposits.   We discovered that Brownville, Maine is misidentified as Brownfield Maine on the map!

Condition:  Good.  Has the original owner’s name written on the front cover.

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