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Page 22 - The sandstone layers range in thickness from a fraction of an inch to several feet and in grain from fine to pebbly.
Page vii - WS 188. Water resources of the Rio Grande Valley in New Mexico and their development, by WT Lee.
Page 79 - Conemaugh beds and it foots up 593 feet 2 inches from the base of the Pittsburg coal to the top of the Upper Freeport seam, which in this hole was found in 641 3 642 9 Depth.
Page iii - B 290. Preliminary report on the operations of the fuel-testing plant of the United States Geological Survey at St. Louis, Mo., 1905, by JA Holmes. 1906. 240 pp. B 293. Reconnaissance of some gold and tin deposits of the southern Appalachians, by LC Graton, with notes on the Dahlonega mines, by W.
Page 6 - Underground waters of Tennessee and Kentucky west of Tennessee River and of an adjacent area in Illinois, by LC Glenn.
Page 6 - Geology and water resources of a portion of the Missouri River Valley in northeastern Nebraska, by GE Condra.
Page 6 - Clapp. 1906. 145 pp., 8 pis. B 303. Preliminary account of Goldfield, Bullfrog, and other mining districts in southern Nevada, by FL Ransome; with notes on Manhattan district, by GH Garrey and WH Emmons.
Page 34 - ... 4. An inclination of these beds, so that the edge at which the waters enter will be higher than the surface at the well.