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" This limestone is well exposed in the eastern bluff of the Marais des Cygnes; in the highest points north of 'the Devil's Backbone' above Stanton." There can be no doubt, therefore, regarding his exact use of the term at this place. However, he may have... "
Report of the geological survey of Miami County, Kansas - Page 12
by George Clinton Swallow, Frederick Hawn - 1865 - 24 pages
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Preliminary Report of the Geological Survey of Kansas

Kansas. State Geologist, George Clinton Swallow, Cornelius Ambrose Logan, Tiffin Sinks - Geology - 1866 - 198 pages
...very full of a variety of Athyris subtilita. The beds still lower are blueish-gray, weather-brown, and separate into angular fragments by plane or conchoidal...Devil's Backbone," above Stanton. It also appears at Cold water Grove, and in all the highest ridges . between those points, and in numerous places in the...
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Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, Volumes 20-21

Electronic journals - 1906
...shales. Swallow gives its locations as follows : "This limestone is well exposed in the eastern bluff of the Marais des Cygnes, in the highest points north of 'The Devil's Backbone,' above Stanton." There can be no doubt, therefore, regarding his exact use of the term at this place. However, he may...
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Reports

1908
...shales. Swallow 50 gives its locations as follows: "This limestone is well exposed in the eastern bluff of the Marais des Cygnes; in the highest points north of 'the Devil's Backbone' above Stanton." There can be no doubt, therefore, regarding his exact use of the term at this place. However, he may...
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The University Geological Survey of Kansas, Volume 9

Mines and mineral resources - 1908
...shales. Swallow50 gives its locations as follows : "This limestone is well exposed in the eastern bluff of the Marais des Cygnes; in the highest points north of 'the Devil's Backbone' above Stanton." There can be no doubt, therefore, regarding his exact use of the term at this place. However, he may...
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