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" The clay is four to seven feet in thickness, has practically no overburden and is underlain by a white water-bearing sand. It is yellowish, red, and bluish in color; a mixture has a yellow color, is very fine-grained, stiff and plastic. It is free from... "
The Manufacture of Roofing Tiles - Page 169
by Wolsey Garnet Worcester, Edward Orton, Geological Survey of Ohio - 1910 - 476 pages
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Bulletin, Issue 18

Geology - 1909
...but is at the present time occassionally flooded by back water from the Altamaha, The clay is 4 to 7 feet in thickness, has practically no overburden and...bluish in color; a mixture has a yellow color, is very fine grained; stiff and plastic. It is free from pebbles, coarse sand or coarse rock fragments. The...
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Fourth Series, Bulletin, Issue 11

Geology - 1910
...the field, or else it involves the stopping of the plant for from a quarter to one-half of the time. Winning clay from open pits may be discussed under...It is free from pebbles, coarse sand or coarse rock fragment's. The clay is noticeably bluer, stiffer and more plastic around the roots of old stumps,...
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Bulletin - Geological Survey, Issue 18

Geology - 1909
...but is at the present time occassionally flooded by back water from the Altamaha. The clay is 4 to 7 feet in thickness, has practically no overburden and...bluish in color; a mixture has a yellow color, is very fine grained; stiff and plastic. It is free from pebbles, coarse sand or coarse rock fragments. The...
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