Mineral Mining In Nh

Area Status: Open. Lord Hill is a granite pegmatite that was mined commercially for feldspar at one time. Over 50 different minerals have been found at Lord Hill. The more common minerals found are varieties of feldspar, quartz, topaz, phenakite, and garnet. Most mineral collecting activity takes place in the larger of the 2 quarry pits

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  • Mining In Rockingham County, New Hampshire | The

    Mining In Rockingham County, New Hampshire | The

    Rockingham has 71 identified mines listed in The Diggings™. The most commonly listed primary commodities in Rockingham mines are Feldspar , Beryllium , and Mica .At the time these mines were surveyed, 39 mines in Rockingham were observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine. 1 Rockingham has 22 prospect mines. 2 9 mines

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  • Ruggles Mine – Mica Mining in New Hampshire – Legends

    Ruggles Mine – Mica Mining in New Hampshire – Legends

    Ruggles Mine near Grafton, New Hampshire is a mica mine that got its start in about 1805 and operated for more than 150 years before it closed and became a tourist attraction. Located on Isinglass Mountain, minerals were discovered here in 1803 by Sam Ruggles, a Boston, Massachusetts merchant

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  • Find Rock, Gem & Mineral Shows in New Hampshire

    Find Rock, Gem & Mineral Shows in New Hampshire

    Mineral, Mining, Geology Symposiums Bead Shows Start Date. End Date. Places. Mineral / Rock Shop Mineral/Mining Museums Rail Tours (Historic Mines) Geo-Sites Fee-Collecting Mine Tours Rock Clubs Cave Artisan Jewelry Shop

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  • New Hampshire - Rock Pups

    New Hampshire - Rock Pups

    What you'll find - Beryl, garnets, black tourmaline, mica, uranite, etc. What are they - Beryl is the flashiest of minerals found here and comes in blue known as aquamarine. Fees - Adults 25$, Children (4-11) $13, Children under 4 are free with a paid adult Hours - From June to October 9am - 5pm, Last ticket sold 1 hour before closing, In May it's open on some weekends

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  • Mineral Gallery from New Hampshire in Online Mineral

    Mineral Gallery from New Hampshire in Online Mineral

    Minerals from New Hampshire. 978 entries of Mineral Gallery from New Hampshire. Albite (Baveno Law Twin) from Ossipee Mountains, Carroll County, New Hampshire. Albite and Smoky Quartz from Grant Peak, Ossipee Mtns., New Hampshire. Albite and Smoky Quartz from Moat Mountain, west of North Conway, Carroll County, New Hampshire

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  • Crystal, Mineral and Fossil Shop - A Broader Concept - NH

    Crystal, Mineral and Fossil Shop - A Broader Concept - NH

    NH crystal shop with the finest hand picked mineral and fossil specimens from around the world, sterling and gemstone jewelry, large decorator pieces, gemstone carvings and unique stone crafted gift items. A Broader Concept Est. 1998 Crystal, Mineral and Fossil Shop

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  • Smoky Quartz Crystal Digging- Moat Mountain, White

    Smoky Quartz Crystal Digging- Moat Mountain, White

    Sep 06, 2020 At 1.7 miles, bear left and continue 0.7 miles to the parking area at the end of the road. The Moat Mountain Mineral Collecting Site is a 0.9 mile hike from the parking area. On the Mineral Site Trail, keep right at both branches. GPS Coordinates: • Moat Mineral Collecting Site Trailhead: 44.021700

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  • Are there any spots to find gemstones, crystals, and

    Are there any spots to find gemstones, crystals, and

    In NH..there are several open places to dig yourself and carry out your own specimens. Beryl is hereby designated as the official state mineral of New Hampshire. Beryl is a gemstone commonly found in the granite rocks abundant in the state. Beryl

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  • The Rock Warehouse|Gem, Mineral and Fossil Wholesaler

    The Rock Warehouse|Gem, Mineral and Fossil Wholesaler

    Supplying rock, mineral and gift retailers and wholesalers since 1987, our Lakewood, Colorado warehouse has a wide selection of minerals, fossils, jewelry items, and Amethyst Cathedrals and Citrine Cathedrals at prices you typically find only at shows. Our goal is to give customers what they want, in the quality and at prices that will sell fast

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  • Robinson Minerals (New Hampshire) - YouTube

    Robinson Minerals (New Hampshire) - YouTube

    In New Hampshire there is a man named Robinson who has all different Minerals and crystals. He showed us a jellyfish imprint that was a BILLION plus years ol

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  • Rockhounding New England: A Guide to 100 of the

    Rockhounding New England: A Guide to 100 of the

    Peter Cristofono was born in Massachusetts and has been an avid field collector of New England minerals, gems and fossils for more than 35 years. Beginning with his high school years in New Hampshire and later while majoring in geology at Boston College he assembled a large collection of self-collected specimens from the region

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  • Fee Mining and Digging for Gems, Minerals, Gold, Crystals

    Fee Mining and Digging for Gems, Minerals, Gold, Crystals

    Fee mining sites are places where you can pay a fee to dig for rocks, minerals, gold or gemstones and keep whatever you find. There are many places in the United States where you can pan for gold and have a reasonable chance of finding some. There are also places where you can find ruby, sapphire, opal and many other gemstones

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  • Fluorite - Minerals For Sale - #3921469

    Fluorite - Minerals For Sale - #3921469

    Fluorite — New Hampshire. Origin: Wise mine, Westmoreland, New Hampshire, USA Number: (8605173) Size: 6.5 x 6.0 x 3.0 cm (small-cabinet)

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  • Mining In New Hampshire | The Diggings™

    Mining In New Hampshire | The Diggings™

    At the time these mines were surveyed, 61 mines in New Hampshire were observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine. 1 New Hampshire has 84 prospect mines. 2 113 mines were in production at the time the data was entered into USGS records

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  • New Hampshire Rockhounding Guide

    New Hampshire Rockhounding Guide

    Jun 24, 2016 Certainly New Hampshire is synonymous with granite (the state rock), but the Granite State is also home to a wealth of rocks, gems and minerals like beryl and smoky quartz. Recreational rock collecting, or rockhounding, is a fun outdoor activity that attracts everyone from curious families to inquisitive geologists and mineralogists

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  • The Mineral Industry of New Hampshire - USGS

    The Mineral Industry of New Hampshire - USGS

    New Hampshire produces construction sand and gravel, crushed stone (mostly granite and traprock), dimension stone (primarily granite), and natural gemstones

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  • Public Gold, Gem & Mineral Mines in New England

    Public Gold, Gem & Mineral Mines in New England

    Ruggles Mine The Ruggles Mine is an excellent open-pit, pay-to-dig mine that you can visit while exploring in New Hampshire. The mine is located at about 30 miles Northwest of Concord in Grafton. You can collect great specimens of over 150 minerals that include rose quartz, garnets, beryl, amethyst, mica, and smokey quartz among others

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  • nh_mines - New England Mineral Association

    nh_mines - New England Mineral Association

    Mindatnh.org has a very comprehensive listing of the minerals which can be found in New Hampshire, thanks to the hard work of Tom Mortimer and friends. For an eye-opening look at just how many different locations are involved, click here to see a list of New Hampshire mineral quarries and prospects on the mindat.org website

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  • Where to Find Rare Gems and Minerals in New Hampshire

    Where to Find Rare Gems and Minerals in New Hampshire

    Rare Gems and Minerals in New Hampshire New Hampshire has a number of valuable gemstones and minerals. Some of the minerals and gemstones found in the state are amethyst, smoky quartz, fluorite, beryl, and topaz. Most of these are found in the enormous granite and pegmatite deposits present throughout New Hampshire

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