The Whetstone Mountains Meteorite
Arizona is the undisputed global capital of meteorites, yet the Whetstone Mountains meteorite is only the second witnessed fall in the state's history
-- arriving almost a century after the epic Holbrook event of 1912. The Whetstone Mountains meteorite's namesake, the mountain range itself, sits
majestically in view from the nearby strewn field in the Galleta Flat region, where the meteorite was recovered.
It is an honor to introduce "PRELIMINARY NOTE ON THE SHOWER OF METEORIC STONES FOUND BY JACK SCHRADER, NEAR WHETSTONE MOUNTAINS, COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA." This 59-page monograph's title, cover, layout and general appearance have been designed to pay homage to Foote's splendid publication, and I hope you find it worthy of such company.
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