Copper Mine Hill, Rhode Island, consists of a series of green schists with beds of quartzite and limestone which have been intruded by riebeckite granite. At and near the contact of the granite are mineral deposits of the contact metamorphic type which were once worked for copper. These deposits are described, as are veins of several types.

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