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" ... which Frederick is situated, and through which flows the Monocacy River from north to south, entering the Potomac River at the boundary line between Montgomery and Frederick counties. The valley near Frederick has an elevation of 250 feet above tide,... "
...The Physical, Chemical and Economic Properties of Building Stones - Seite 67
von George Perkins Merrill - 1898 - 123 Seiten
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Maryland, Its Resources, Industries and Institutions: Prepared for the Board ...

Maryland. Board of World's Fair Managers - 1893 - 504 Seiten
...to the eastward toward Parr's Ridge, and very rapidly to the westward toward the Catoctin Mountains. Situated on the eastern side of the valley, just above...Loaf Mountain, which rises rapidly to a height of 1,250 feet. With the exception of a few streams which flow into the Potomac directly, the entire drainage...
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Maryland, Its Resources, Industries and Institutions: Prepared for the Board ...

Maryland. Board of World's Fair Managers - 1893 - 504 Seiten
...to the eastward toward Parr's Ridge, and very rapidly to the westward toward the Catoctin Mountains. Situated on the eastern side of the valley, just above...breaking the regularity of this surface outline is Sugar Ixmf Mountain, which rises rapidly to a height of 1,250 feet. With the exception of a few streams which...
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The Climatology and Physical Features of Maryland: First[-second ..., Band 1

Maryland State Weather Service - 1894
...Frederick has an elevation of 250 feet above tide, which changes slowly to the eastward toward Parr's Ridge, and very rapidly to the westward toward Catoctin...Mountain, which rises rapidly to a height of 1250 feet. With the exception of a few streams which flow into the Potomac directly, the entire drainage of the...
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Report

Maryland Geological Survey - 1898
...Frederick has an elevation of 250 feet above tide, which changes slowly to the eastward toward Parr's Ridge, and very rapidly to the westward toward Catoctin...siliceous and argillaceous rocks which are largely unsuited for construction purposes and hence need no mention here. There are, however, in Carroll and...
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Report, Band 2

Maryland Geological Survey - 1898
...Frederick has an elevation of 250 feet above tide, which changes slowly to the eastward toward Parr's Ridge, and very rapidly to the westward toward Catoctin...siliceous and argillaceous rocks which are largely unsuited for construction purposes and hence need no mention here. There are, however, in Carroll and...
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Report

Maryland Geological Survey - 1898
...Frederick has an elevation of 250 feet above tide, which changes slowly to the eastward toward Parr's Ridge, and very rapidly to the westward toward Catoctin...siliceous and argillaceous rocks which are largely unsuited for construction purposes and hence need no mention here. There are, however, in Carroll and...
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Report

Maryland Geological Survey - 1898
...Frederick has an elevation of 250 feet above tide, which changes slowly to the eastward toward Parr's Ridge, and very rapidly to the westward toward Catoctin...siliceous and argillaceous rocks which are largely unsuited for construction purposes and hence need no mention here. There are, however, in Carroll and...
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Maryland Geological Survey, Band 2

Maryland Geological Survey - 1898
...Frederick has an elevation of 250 feet above tide, which changes slowly to the eastward toward Parr's Ridge, and very rapidly to the westward toward Catoctin...of 1250 feet. The underlying rocks of this division arc as a rule far less crystalline than those of the eastern, consisting mainly of blue gray limestone,...
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