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(South Carolina State Library, 1958-11-01)This is a guidebook for a geological tour of Lexington and Orangeburg counties starting at the Lake Murray Dam and ending at Santee.
(South Carolina State Library, 1964)Gem stones reported from South Carolina, from the northwestern part of the State, include beryl (aquamarine, emerald, yellow beryl), corundum (sapphire), diamond, garnet, quartz (amethyst, chalcedony, smoky, colorless), ...
(South Carolina State Library, 1961)Resources of common clay suitable for use in structural clay products are abundant in the Coastal Plain of South Carolina. The clay deposits sampled in this study are a small fraction of the deposits that exist in the ...