Our mission is simply to provide a gathering place, forum and network to promote lapidary and related arts.Members range from newbies to highly skilled craftpersons, and bring a wide variety of experience, skills and creativity into our classes.Membership offers classes focused on a variety of areas and skills ranging from Stained Glass to Faceting, Silversmithing to Beading and many areas in between.We also sponsor different events throughout the year. Go to our Events Page to see the different club activities.If you’re looking for a great organization allowing you to broaden your lapidary horizons and get some creative juices flowing, then look no further! We hope you’ll join us in our adventures!
Florida maps showing counties, roads, highways, cities, rivers, topographic features, lakes and more.
Florida Download and Print Map Collection
Florida County Map:
This map shows Florida’s 67 counties
Map of Florida Cities:
This map shows many of Florida’s important cities and most important roads. Important north – south routes include: Interstate 75 and Interstate 95. Important east – west routes include: Interstate 4 and Interstate 10.
Cities with populations over 10,000 include: Altamonte Springs, Apopka, Atlantic Beach, Bartow, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Bradenton, Callaway, Cape Coral, Clearwater, Cocoa, Cocoa Beach, Coral Gables, Coral Springs, Crestview, Daytona Beach, De Land, DeBary, Delray Beach, Deltona, Destin, Dunedin, Edgewater, Eustis, Fernandina Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Fort Pierce, Fort Walton Beach, Gainesville, Gulfport, Haines City, Hialeah, Hollywood, Homestead, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Jupiter, Key West, Kissimmee, Lady Lake, Lake City, Lakeland, Largo, Leesburg, Lynn Haven, Melbourne, Miami, Miami Beach, Middleburg, Miramar, Naples, New Port Richey, New Smyrna Beach, Niceville, North Miami, North Port, Ocala, Oldsmar, Orange Park, Orlando, Ormond Beach, Palatka, Palm Bay, Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Valley, Palmetto, Panama City, Pembroke Pines, Pensacola, Pinellas Park, Plant City, Plantation, Pompano Beach, Port Orange, Port Saint Lucie, Punta Gorda, Rockledge, Saint Augustine, Saint Cloud, Saint Petersburg, Sanford, Sarasota, Satellite Beach, Sebastian, South Daytona, Stuart, Tamarac, Tampa, Tarpon Springs, Titusville, Venice, Vero Beach, West Palm Beach, Winter Garden, Winter Haven and Winter Springs.
North-South interstates include: Interstate 75, Interstate 95 and Interstate 275. East-West interstates include: Interstate 4 and Interstate 10.
US Highways and State Routes include: Route 1, Route 17, Route 19, Route 27, Route 29, Route 41, Route 90, Route 98, Route 129, Route 231, Route 301, Route 319, Route 331 and Route 441.
Florida Physical Map:
This Florida shaded relief map shows the major physical features of the state.
Florida Rivers Map:
This map shows the major streams and rivers of Florida and some of the larger lakes. The Florida Peninsula is bisected by the Eastern Continental Divide. Eastern Florida is in the Atlantic Ocean Watershed and the western part of the peninsula and the Florida panhandle are in the Gulf of Mexico Watershed.
Florida Rivers Shown on the Map: Apalachicola River, Caloosahatchee River, Chipola River, Escambia River, Hillsboro Canal, Kissimmee River, Miami Canal, Ochlockonee River, Peace River, Santa Fe River, St. Johns River, St. Marys River, Suwannee River and Withlacoochee River.
Florida Lakes Shown on the Map: Dead Lake, Lake Apopka, Lake George, Lake Harney, Lake Istokpoga, Lake Kissimmee, Lake Okeechobee and Lake Seminole.
Florida Elevation Map:
This is a generalized topographic map of Florida. It shows elevation trends across the state. Detailed topographic maps and aerial photos of Florida are available in the Geology.com store. See our state high points map to learn about Britton Hill at 345 feet – the highest point in Florida. The lowest point is the Atlantic Ocean at Sea Level.
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Denver Gem and Mineral Guild Founded in 1964, the Denver Gem and Mineral Guild pursues exploration, experimentation, and education in the earth sciences; the discovery, development and preservation of minerals and mineral deposits; and the advancement, encouragement and utilization of the principles of art and craftsmanship as applied to gems and minerals. The Denver Gem and Mineral Guild is an affiliate of: Denver Council of Gem and Mineral Societies Rocky Mountain Federation of Mineral Societies American Federation of Mineral Societies
Source: DGMG – Index
Welcome to Delaware Mineralogical Society DMS! We are a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and education of mineralogy, paleontology and the lapidary arts.
We have monthly meetings at the Delaware Museum of Natural History, north of Wilmington, Delaware or at Greenbank Mill at Price’s Corner. We have speakers and programs that promote the goals of the society at each meeting. We conduct several field trips a year to fossil and mineral localities in the tri-state area and further afield. Many of our DMS members belong to other clubs in the tri-state area, creating close ties and providing opportunities for some co-sponsored field trips a year. Please visit our Field Trip page for information on upcoming field trips, as well as pictures and field reports from past trips. DMS is proud to announce our affiliation with the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies (AFMS) and the Eastern Federation of Mineralogical and Lapidary Societies (EFMLS). We also participate in the ‘Future Rockhounds of America’ Program through the AFMS. Click on coupon to print: We are about earth-science education…and Fun! Delaware Museum of Natural History, Wilmington DE Come join us on the second Monday of each month for our club meetings at the Delaware Museum of Natural History or the historic Greenbank Mill. We also sponsor other events, during the year, such as special lectures. We welcome visitors and guests. Delaware Mineralogical Society sponsors an annual Gem, Mineral & Fossil Show on the first full weekend in March, open to the general public. Be sure to visit our Show page for directions, coupons, show times, dealer information and much more. Enjoy our web pages. We hope you find it informative and easy to use.
The Imperial Bone Valley Gem, Mineral & Fossil Society is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting interest in various earth sciences such as Geology, Mineralogy and Paleontology, as well as related fields such as lapidary arts.
Through classes offered at the “rock shop,” field trips to collect mineral and fossil specimens, and educational presentations during our monthly meetings, IBVGMFS encourages its members to increase their knowledge and understanding in these areas.
Source: About Us