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A Preliminary Report on the Bauxite Deposits of Georgia - Page 42
by Thomas Leonard Watson - 1904 - 169 pages
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Report

North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station - Agriculture - 1886
...see. The following resume of the report referred to was made by Dr. David T. Day, for the Report of the United States Geological Survey on the Mineral Resources of the United States, 1883 and 1884. It will be useful as an epitome of our work and as the estimate of an outside expert...
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Annual Report of the Geological Survey of Arkansas ..., Volume 3

Arkansas. Geological Survey, 1887-1893, Geological Survey of Arkansas, John Casper Branner - Geology - 1888
...increase rapidly during the next few years. No statistics are available prior to 1887. In the report of the United States Geological Survey on the mineral resources of the United States for the year 1886, the production of coal for 1885 is given at IOO,OOO tons, and for 1886 at 125,000...
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The Nation, Volume 46

United States - 1888
...of preparing a condensed statement, in popular form, of the facts contained in the annual reports of the United States Geological Survey on the Mineral Resources of the United States, he might have produced a work of permanent value. As it is, he has supplemented this material by extracts...
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Annual Report of the Geological Survey of Arkansas ..., Volume 3

Arkansas. Geological Survey, 1887-1893, Geological Survey of Arkansas - Geology - 1888
...increase rapidly during the next few years. No statistics are available prior to 1887. In tlie report of the United States Geological Survey on the mineral resources of the United States for the year 1886, the production of coal for 1885 is given at 100,000 tons, and for 1886 at 125,000...
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Annual Report of the Geological Survey of Arkansas, Volume 3

Geology - 1888
...increase rapidly during the next few years. No statistics are available prior to 1887. In the report of the United States Geological Survey on the mineral resources of the United States for the year 1886, the production of coal for 1885 is given at 100,000 tons, and for 1886 at 125,000...
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A report on Washington territory

William Henry Ruffner, Seattle, Lake Shore & Eastern Railway - Washington (State) - 1889 - 242 pages
...the basin is likely to be very deep. After writing the foregoing, I received a volume issued annually by the United States Geological Survey on the Mineral Resources of the United States for 1 886 ; and on page 364 Misretl>oTenu~ I reac^ w't'1 surprise the following statements in regard...
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Transactions of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers, Volumes 5-6

Canadian Society of Civil Engineers - Engineering - 1891
...operated by the Jos. Dixon Crucible Co. at Ticonderoga, NY In a report by Albert Williams, Jr., of the United States Geological Survey on the Mineral Resources of the United States, it isstated that the deposit now being exploited is a bed of graphitic schists fifteen feet thick,...
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The American Geologist, Volume 28

Newton Horace Winchell - Geology - 1901
...trihydrate, A12(OH)B with clay, and probably a lower hydrate, A12().,.2H2O. The trihydrate is the base or the essential part. In the reports issued by the United...mineral bauxite is referred to as the trihydrate. In his report "On the Coosa Valley Region of Alabama," Henry McCalleyf refers to the Alabama mineral...
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The American Geologist, Volumes 27-28

Newton Horace Winchell - Geology - 1901
...trihydrate, Al,(OHj, with clay, and probably a lower hydrate, A12O3.2H2O. The trihydrate is the base or the essential part. In the reports issued by the United...Geological Survey on the Mineral Resources of the L'nited States, the mineral bauxite is referred to as the trihydrate. In his report "On the Coosa Valley...
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Bulletin - Geological Survey, Issue 11

Geology - 1904
...mixture of the trihydrate, Al.,(OH)6, or Al2O3.3H2O, with clay, and probably a lower hydrate, Al2O3.aH2O, the trihydrate being the base or essential part. In...a report, "On the Coosa Valley Region of Alabama," Heury McCalley concludes,1 after a study of the same belt of bauxite deposits in Alabama, that the...
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