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Gatewood, M. P., R. D. Hatcher, Jr., C. F. Miller, and J. L. Wooden, 2006, Timing of inner Piedmont terrane accretion: New structural and geochronologic data provide important timing relationships: Geological Society of America Abstracts with programs. Accessed 11/20/08. http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2006SE/finalprogram/abstract_102419.htm

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Martel, S.J., 2004.  Formation of Exfoliation Joints.  American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2004, abstract #T31B-1309.

McCarter, R. L., R. V. Fodor, and L. A. Raymond, 2001, A petrochemical assessment of the high-SiO2 Stone Mountain (NC) pluton:  Geological Society of America Abstracts with programs.  Accessed 10/22/08.  <http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2001SE/finalprogram/abstract_4468.htm>

McSween, H. Y., Jr., J. A. Speer, and P. D. Fullagar, 1991, Plutonic Rocks, Ch. 7 in Horton, J. W., Jr., and V. A. Zullo (eds.), The Geology of the Carolinas, Carolina Geological Society Fiftieth Anniversary Volume:  Knoxville, TN, The University of Tennessee Press, p. 109-126.

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North Carolina Granite Corporation.  Accessed 11/20/08. http://www.ncgranite.com/granite.asp

NC State Parks.  N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation.  Hosted by University of North Carolina.  Accessed 10/10/08.  http://www.ncparks.gov/Visit/main.php.

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