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Texas Rocks and Minerals by Roselle M. Girard

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Texas Rocks and Minerals
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Publisher: The University of Texas at Austin
ISBN/ASIN: 0686293142
Number of pages: 119

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This booklet has been designed to serve as a brief, simple, nontechnical guide that will be of help to school children, amateur collectors, and others who are just beginning to develop an interest in the rocks and minerals of Texas.

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