Clays, their Occurrence, Properties, and Uses, with Especial Reference to those of the United States

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    “DOUBTLESS few people realise the importance of the clay-working industry in the United States, and yet this is not so surprising since clay has les popular attraction than many other mineral products, such as gold, silver, &c. A casual glance, however, at the annual figures of production will probably speedily convince one that clay is to be classed among the foremost products of the country, being outranked only by coal and iron.”

    Clays, their Occurrence, Properties, and Uses, with Especial Reference to those of the United States.

    By Dr. Heinrich Ries. Pp. xvi + 490. Illustrated. (New York: Wiley and Sons; London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1906.) Price 21s. net.

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    Clays, their Occurrence, Properties, and Uses, with Especial Reference to those of the United States . Nature 75, 411–412 (1907) doi:10.1038/075411a0

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