In this country magnesite has been found in two fairly distinct varieties: (1) the compact white or so-called amorphous variety, which is really microcrystalline, a fairly common mineral in the serpentines of California, and (2) the distinctly crystalline or cleavable variety, which occurs in abundance in Stevens County, Washington, as a replacement of dolomitic limestone.

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