County reports and maps: Preston County. Paleontology, by W. Armstrong Price, paleontologist. I. C. White, state geologist. Atlas, Part 4 (Google eBook)
West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey, Ray Vernon Hennen, David Bright Reger, William Armstrong Price, W. J. Latimer
Wheeling news litho. co., 1914 - Geology - 566 pages
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Albright Ames Limestone aneroid measurement anticline Bakerstown Basin Big Sandy creek bony Brandonville Briery Mountain Bruceton Mills Brush Creek Brush Creek Limestone chapter Cheat river Chemung Clarion Coal & Coke Coal Measures Collections.—West Virginia Geological Concealed Conemaugh Series crop dark Elevation of coal feet Fellowsville Fire clay following section fossils Garrett county Geol Grant district gray Hite and Krak inches Kingwood Kingwood district Kittanning Ligonier Lime located Lower Freeport Lyon district Mahoning Maryland massive measured by Hennen mile east mile northwest mile south mile west minable monument Newburg northeast Occurrence.—Conemaugh Series Pleasant district Pottsville Preston county quarry railroad Reedsville Reno district reported by Messrs Ridge road rock Rowlesburg sand Sandstone section was measured Shale shell Slate soft soil southeast southwest species syncline table of analyses Terra Alta Thickness Total Ft Upper Freeport coal Valley district Virginia Geological Survey West Virginia West Virginia University
Page 453 - ... General farm crops as well as some hops are grown. The yields are about the same as on the Volusia silt loam. Grass does well •where properly drained. Land values vary according to the improvements, usually ranging from $15 to $30 an acre. In the following table the results of mechanical analyses of samples of the soil and subsoil of this type are given : Mechanical analyses of...
Page 461 - It is not on the market, but is held at prices ranging from $50 to $100 an acre. The following table gives the results of mechanical analyses of samples of the soil and subsoil of the Westmoreland silty clay loam : Mechanical Analyses of Westmoreland Silty Clay Loam.
Page v - Assistant Geologist RAY V. HENNEN Assistant Geologist CHARLES E. KREBS Assistant Geologist DAVID B. REGER Assistant Geologist W.
Page 197 - Keener Sand and Beckett Sand of Milton. Big Injun Sand. Squaw Sand. Berea Grit. Gantz Sand. Fifty-Foot Sand. Thirty-Foot Sand. Stray Sand. Gordon Sand. Fourth Sand. McDonald or Fifth Sand. Bayard or Sixth Sand. Elizabeth or Seventh Sand.
Page 408 - ... matter. It was mined by stripping at Gladesville, and at Irondale by both stripping and drifting, the limestone above being taken out for flux, and thus making room to get the ore. The latter was roasted before mixing with 'Lake' ores for use in the furnaces.
Page 2 - To the Honorable Chief Justice and the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States: "We, Julius K. Monroe and Samuel S. Gannett, two of the Commissioners appointed under the decree of the Court rendered May 31...
Page 417 - ... can not be effectively utilized. In few places can even 90 per cent be utilized at the present time; but, inasmuch as these figures are supposed to cover future as well as present practice, and inasmuch as it may reasonably be assumed that future practice in water-power installation will improve, it is believed that 90 per cent of the fall along any particular power privilege or section may eventually be realized. The results of calculations...
Page 197 - Freeport) sand. Gas sand (Lower Freeport). Gas sand of Marion and Monongalia counties (Homewood), Second Cow Run of Ohio. Gas sand of Cairo.