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" The two latter lie without the region under discussion, and will not be further considered. The so-called Coast range extends from near the boundary of Washington northward through British Columbia into southeastern Alaska. "
Structure of the Berea Oil Sand in the Flushing Quadrangle, Harrison ... - Page 21
by William Tudor Griswold - 1908 - 30 pages
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Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 13

Geology - 1902
...coast line, with numerous inferior transverse lines of height. Of these the Coast range, the Saint Elias range, and the Aleutian range lie adjacent to the coast, while the Alaskan range is inland and forms the northern boundary of the system. The two latter lie without the...
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Professional Paper - United States Geological Survey

Geological Survey (U.S.) - Geology - 1902
...and Alaskan ranges, whose axes are parallel to the coast, and numerous inferior transverse ranges. The Coast Range, the St. Elias Range, and the Aleutian Range lie adjacent to the coast, while the Alaskan Range is inland and forms the northern boundary of the system. The Aleutian and Alaskan ranges...
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United States Geological Survey Professional Paper

Geology - 1902
...and Alaskan ranges, whose axes are parallel to the coast, and numerous inferior transverse ranges. The Coast Range, the St. Elias Range, and the Aleutian Range lie adjacent to the coast, while the Alaskan Range is inland and forms the northern boundary of the system. The Aleutian and Alaskan ranges...
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Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 13

Geology - 1902
...coast line, with numerous inferior transverse lines of height. Of these the Coast range, the Saint Elias range, and the Aleutian range lie adjacent to the coast, while the Alaskan range is inland and forms the northern boundary of the system. The two latter lie without the...
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Proceedings

Geography - 1905
...axes are approximated parallel to one another and to the general trend of the coast Jine (see map). Of these the Coast Range, the St. Elias Range, and...Aleutian Range lie adjacent to the coast, while the Alaskan Range is inland and forms the northern border of the system. The Coast Range extends from near...
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Report of the Eighth International Geographic Congress, Held in the United ...

Geography - 1905 - 1064 pages
...axes are approximately parallel to one another and to the general trend of the coast line (see map). Of these the Coast Range, the St. Elias Range, and...Aleutian Range lie adjacent to the coast, while the Alaskan Range is inland and forms the northern border of the system. The Coa.st Range extends from...
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Professional paper - United States Geological Survey, Issue 45

Geological Survey (U.S.) - Geology - 1906
...are approximately parallel to each other and to the general trend of the coast line (see PI. VII). Of these the Coast Range, the St. Elias Range, and...inland and forms the northern border of the system. In British Columbia the system embraces only the Coast Range, unless the highlands of Vancouver Island"...
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Bulletin - United States Geological Survey, Issue 347

Geological Survey (U.S.) - Geology - 1908
...of high relief, whose dominating feature is the Coast Range skirting the mainland on the east (Pl. IV). To the west it includes Alexander Archipelago,...mountainous belt, called the Vancouver Range by GM Dawson,6 continues into British Columbia, where it is more sharply marked. The Coast Range extends...
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United States Geological Survey Professional Paper

Geology - 1906
...are approximately parallel to each other and to the general trend of the coast line (see PI. VII). Of these the Coast Range, the St. Elias Range, and...inland and forms the northern border of the system. In British Columbia the system embraces only the Coast Range, unless the highlands of Vancouver Island"...
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Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 13

Geology - 1902
...coast line, with numerous inferior transverse lines of height. Of these the Coast range, the Saint Elias range, and the Aleutian range lie adjacent to the coast, while the Alaskan range is inland and forms the northern boundary of the system. The two latter lie without the...
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