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" Such are some of the facts observed during the examination of Miami county, and it would seem they are sufficient to convince any one familiar with the indications and developments of petroleum in the productive oil regions of the country that it must... "
Report of the Geological Survey of Miami County, Kansas - Page 24
by George Clinton Swallow, Frederick Hawn - 1865 - 24 pages
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Preliminary Report of the Geological Survey of Kansas

Geology - 1866 - 198 pages
...observed during the examination of Miami county, and it would seem they are sufficient to convince any-one familiar with the indications and developments of...perfectly saturated with it ; that more or less of it is fonnd in the cavities of all the other rocks ; and above all, that it has been flowing in considerable...
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Reports

1908
...places in the cavities of the rocks and on the surface near the springs of the liquid varieties. Gas is more or less abundant at all the principal localities...in the cavities of all the other rocks; and, above all, that it has been flowing in considerable quantities from some score of springs from time immemorial,...
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The University Geological Survey of Kansas, Volume 9

Geology - 1908 - 596 pages
...to convince any one familiar with the indications and developments of petroleum in the productive1 oil regions of the country that it must exist in large...in the cavities of all the other rocks; and, above all, that it has been flowing in considerable quantities from some score of springs from time immemorial,...
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