New Hampshire


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USA / New Hampshire

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New Hampshire, US
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Important: Before entering this or any other place of discovery you should have a permission of the operator and/or owner. Likewise it is to be respected that necessary safety precautions are kept during the visit.

Additional Functions

You find additional specimen at the Geolitho Museum

Minerals (Count: 250)

Rocks (Count: 10)

Reference- and Source indication, Literature


  • Wilson, W.E. (1987). What's New in Minerals? - New Hampshire Topaz. Miner. Rec., Vol.18, H.6, S.429-34.
  • Samuelson, P.B., Hollmann, K.H. & Holt C.L. (1990). Minerals of the Conway and Mount Osceola Granites of New Hampshire. Rocks & Min., Vol.65, H.4, S.286-96.
  • Cares, J.W. (1990). Minerals of New Hampshire - A Checklist. Rocks & Min., Vol.65, H.4, S.297-99.
  • Boudette, E.L. (1990). The Geology of New Hampshire - The Granite State. Rocks & Min., Vol.65, H.4, S.306-12.
  • Bradshaw, J.J. (1990). Gemstones of New Hampshire. Rocks & Min., Vol.65, H.4, S.300-05.
  • Smith, A.E. (2005). New Hampshire - Mineral Locality Index. Rocks & Min., V 80, H.4, S.242-61.



GUSID (Global unique identifier short form) DnHiOkE1w0-frN6Y0of8Pw
GUID (Global unique identifier) 3AE2710E-3541-4FC3-9FAC-DE98D287FC3F
Database ID 1399