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To Visit

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Guide to Diamonds, Rocks and Minerals

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Fossils to Shale – Rockhounding for Kids

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American Federation of Mineralogical Societies

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California Federation

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Midwest Federation

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Northwest Federation

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Rocky Mountain Federation

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South Central Federation

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Southeast Federation

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SCRIBE - an international organization of bulletin editors of amateur gem, mineral, and earth science societies.

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Tuscarora Lapidary Society

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Philadelphia Mineralogical Society

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Gem and Mineral Society of the Palm Beaches

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Capital Mineral Club of Concord New Hampshire

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Tampa Bay Mineral & Science Club, Inc.

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Mid Hudson Valley Gem & Mineral

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Burlington Gem & Mineral

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Gem and Mineral Society of Lynchburg, Va, Inc.

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Memphis Archaeological and Geological Society

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Delaware Mineralogical Society

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Sterling Hill Mine SuperDig

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Delaware Valley Earth Science Society

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Sandy Cline's webpage on Soapstone

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Connecticut Valley Mineral Club

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Lapidary and Mineral Society of Central Connecticut, Inc.

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Bob's Rock Shop, the Internet's First 'Zine for Rockhounds...

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Micromineralogists of the National Capital Area, Inc.

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Northern Virginia Mineral Club, Inc.

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Boston Mineral Club

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Monongahela Rockhounds 

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Danbury Mineralogical Society

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Utah Rockhounds

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Ultimate guide to gemstones - Commercial

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YupRocks - semi-commercial - dedicated to bringing you quality, high-resolution rock pictures and mineral pictures. Our one focus is to provide information in the form of photography that allow visitors to better equip themselves for field identification of rock and mineral specimens.

If you have a favorite club or rock related site you wish to add to this list, please contact the Webmaster for the EFMLS, Dan Imel, at lapidry@aol.com

Websites should not be of a commercial nature and should be related to our hobby. If the site is of a commercial nature, it should have a major educational theme. How-to's and Facet designs for example.