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Physical and Natural - Geological

Heatwole, Annie L. "Sparkling Springs." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 6, no. 5 and 7 (August 3 and 10, 1967): 3 and 4.
Two articles (in a series) on the history of Sparkling Springs in west central Rockingham County are printed. The early name of Baxter Spring is noted along with a list of owners at the Springs. A poem written by Heatwole is printed. Originally written in 1953.
1. Springs - Rockingham County. 2. Sparkling Springs. 3. Baxter Spring. 4. Sparkling Springs Company - History.
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Miller, Fred W. "Visit Sky Park on Mole Hill." The Valley Mennonite Messenger 6, no. 12 (September 21, 1967): 3.
This article is about Glen and Vernie Shank and their "Sky Park" on Mole Hill located west of Harrisonburg.
1. Mole Hill. 2. Shank, Glen. 3. Shank, Vernie
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Smith, Elmer L. "The Magic Mineral Springs." In Valley Folklore - 1970, ed. Elmer L. Smith, 33-34. Harrisonburg, Va.: Elmer L. Smith, 1970.
This brief article discusses Tide Springs located south of Broadway.
1. Tide Springs. 2. Springs - Rockingham County.
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Stose, G.W. Manganese Deposits of the West Foot of the Blue Ridge, Virginia Virginia Geology Survey Bulletin no. 17. Charlottesville, Va.: University of Virginia, 1919. viii, 166p.: illus., diagrams, folded maps, maps, tables.
One chapter discusses ore and mines in Rockingham County.
1. Manganese ores.
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