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Stories in Stone: Travels Through Urban Geology , by David B. Williams

Stone is the quintessential old-fashioned building material, but even in the U.S. you can learn a lot about stones — and even fossils — by observing the buildings around you. Williams gives a tour of the origin, use, and qualities of the most important building stones in the US: brownstone, granite, gneiss, coquina, limestone, petrified wood, marble, slate, and travertine.

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