Abstract

The Dunton tourmaline deposit, which occurs in the town of Newry, Maine, has been known locally for a number of years because of the large tourmalines with pink centers and green or banded pink and green borders which it contains. The deposit is of additional interest mineralogically, not only because of the large crystals of spodumene and masses of amblygonite and pollucite which it contains, but also because of the varied and unusual mineral assemblage present.

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