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" The Dawson wells begin in the Vicksburg-Jackson limestone, and the deeper ones seem to extend into the Cretaceous sands. The following analysis by Dr. Edgar Everhart, Chemist of the Geological Survey of Georgia, was made from water taken from the public... "
Bulletin - Page 174
1908
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A preliminary report on the underground waters of Georgia

Samuel Washington McCallie, Geological Survey (U.S.) - Geology - 1908 - 370 pages
...Coarse sand to 80 3 Limestone, followed by sand and rock, repeated to.... 650 4 Quicksand to 660 eet The Dawson wells begin in the Vicksburg-Jackson limestone,...the center of the town near the hotel: Parts per Grains per Constituents Determined Million US Gallon Silica 23.10 1.347 Sulphur Trioxide 19.60 1.143...
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Report on the fossil iron ores of Georgia

Samuel Washington McCallie - Geology - 1908 - 95 pages
...four to six inches in thickness. The ore is soft and carries considerable silica in the form of sand. The following analysis by Dr. Edgar Everhart, Chemist of the Geological Survey of Georgia, of a sample of the ore taken from the Ostrem lot, is here given: Hygroscopic water , o. 34 Combined...
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Bulletin, Volume 17

Geology - 1908
...outcroppings are one and the same bed brought to the surface along two or more lines by folding; or faulting. The following analysis by Dr. Edgar Everhart, Chemist of the Geological Survey, shows the character of the soft ore which has been extensively mined on the Phillips lot, the mineral...
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Bulletin, Issue 23

Geology - 1910
...without fusion. v The following is a chemical analysis 1 of the anthophyllite of Sail Mountain: 1. Analysis by Dr. Edgar Everhart, Chemist of the Geological Survey of Georgia. Silica, SiO 2 .- -- 53.71 Loss on ignition Alumina, AljOs . 1.89 Ferric oxide, FezOs 7.14 Magnesia,...
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Bulletin - Geological Survey, Issue 17

Geology - 1908
...outcroppings are one and the same bed brought to the surface along two or more lines by folding or faulting. The following analysis by Dr. Edgar Everhart, Chemist of the Geological Survey, shows the character of the soft ore which has been extensively mined on the Phillips lot, the mineral...
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