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" keeps above water nearly to the heads of the streams. The top of the Lee, according to a hurried field correlation, is but a few feet above Council post-office, on Russell Fork, "
Coal resources of the Russell Fork basin in Kentucky and Virginia - Page 85
by Ralph Walter Stone - 1908 - 127 pages
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Contributions to Economic Geology, 1906: Metals and nonmetals, except fuels

Edwin Clarence Eckel, Marius Robinson Campbell, Samuel Franklin Emmons - Mines and mineral resources - 1907
...Indian and Hurricane creeks it forms cliffs nearly 100 feet high. It rises gradually to the east and keeps above water nearly to the heads of the streams....few feet above Council post-office on Russell Fork. The Norton formation is a series of sandstone, shale, and coal beds having a thickness of 1,000 feet...
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