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California Federation of Mineralogical Societies Logo Link
CALIFORNIA FEDERATION OF MINERALOGICAL SOCIETIES

The American Federation of Mineralogical Societies Logo
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF MINERALOGICAL SOCIETIES

The Eclectic Lapidary, a free publication written by and for rockhounds, mineralists, gemologists, and lapidary enthusiasts

Mineralogy Database in HTML Format-This mineral database contains more than 5,000 web pages of mineral data-There are 4,102 individual mineral species descriptions with links

The Internets First Zine for Rockhounds-Rock And Gem Magazine has joined Bobs Rock Shop online-Rock And Gem provides an extensive online show list and submission form

Quartzsite, Arizona Show and Information Pluse Links-These pages, and collection of links, is a guide with the -Who, What and Where- for the World-Wide-Wonderland that is the town of Quartzsite

LJ was the first gem and jewelry-making magazine in the world-And after more than 50 years, its still the Number One print magazine dedicated to gems, jewelry arts, beads, minerals and more-Online, youll learn how to create radiant gemstone and bead jewelry, get advice from master artisans, search for products and supplies all over the world, and much more

Lee Creek aka Aurora-A Neogene Fauna from North Carolina-Lee Creek Contemporaries also has information about Sharktooth Hill Miocene Sharks and Rays

An online list of over 900 US Gem, Mineral, Lapidary, Fossil, and just about anything to do with rocks clubs, guilds, associations, and societies is compiled and maintained by rockhound Albert Zabinski using many resources

Antelope Valley Gem And Mineral Club

E-Mail The Kern County Mineral Society
mailto:sbkelley@cox.net

Our Club Snail Mail:
P.O. Box 3004 Bakersfield, Ca. 93385-3004

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