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30 feet Alleghany Barren Measures Bellton Big Kanawha Black slate Burning Springs cannel Carboniferous Charleston Clarion Clarksburg Clearfield coal beds coal field Coal Measures crinoidal dark Dunkard Creek feet thick Ferriferous Fire clay following structure Fig follows Fig fossil fossiliferous geologists gray Greene County hills horizon impure interval iron Jollytown Kanawha River Kittanning layers Limestone locality Lower Coal Measures Lower Freeport Lower Kittanning Marion County massive sandstone Mercer Middle Kittanning miles mined Monongahela River Monongalia County Morgantown mouth Nineveh occurs Ohio River pebbly Pennsylvania Pittsburgh coal Platt portion Pottsville Preston County Price 10 cents Prof Red shale Redstone region rock Sandstone Sandy shales Second Geological Survey Sewickley Shales and concealed Shales and sandstone shaly slaty southward Stevenson stratum summits thicken thin Total Township Uniontown Upper Coal Measures Upper Freeport coal Upper Kittanning vicinity Washington coal Washington County Waynesburg Waynesburg coal West Virginia
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