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Cumberlandite

cumberlandite ( ′kəmbərlən′dīt ) ( petrology ) A coarse-grained, ultramafic, ultrabasic rock composed principally of olivine crystals in a ground mass.

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Use of Cumberlandite in Colonial Iron. Artifacts from Rhode Island.” The poster a particular local iron ore, cumberlandite.
Programs Offered by New Dawn Earth Center to
Is it Cumberlandite, granite, limestone, gneiss or schist?
Fast Facts about Rhode Island
State Symbols. Seal. Flag.
GOV. SAMUEL CRANSTON
Jan 17, 2008 Cumberlandite iron ore from Iron Mine Hill in was used, along with iron ore from the bogs of. ,. , to produce iron for cannon.
Contributions to the geology of Rhode Island; notes on the history
the name of cumberlandite.

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Micrex Provides Update of Drilling Project at St. Charles Magnetite Deposit in
This type of ore called "cumberlandite", is quite similar to the nelsonite. The company drilled the holes SB-11-02 and SB-11-01 along a profile vertical to the 3 km long magnetic anomaly defined by the aeromagnetic survey in 2011.
Micrex Development Corp.: Update of Drilling Program on the Québec Magnetite
This type of ore is usually referred as "cumberlandite" in the literature, and is very similar to the ilmenite bearing counterpart "nelsonite".

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Cumberlandite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cumberlandite is the U.S. state of Rhode Island's state rock.
Cumberlandite History
CUMBERLANDITE - The Official State Rock of Rhode Island. This is an extremely rare and unique stone and has significant historical and geological interest.
www.cumberlandite.com
cumberlandite.com. Is this your domain?
Cumberlandite - Meteorite Identification
cumberlandite. Cumberlandite is the U.S.
Cumberlandite
CUMBERLANDITE. Here's a very rare variety of igneous rock. This is cumberlandite.

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