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C. Hausman wrote at 2011-05-03 22:11:07
Could be Vermont Antigorite.

Here's a link

iris lefleur wrote at 2012-08-04 03:58:00
Perhaps this is an effect from a lightening strike nearby, the clarity is a sign it could have been superheated.

Not sure just a guess.

Billy Boy wrote at 2014-06-29 14:34:08
I have found several samples of this mineral in various places around Vermont. I think it may be a type of Antigorite. It is easily cut and polished.

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