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" The only large ruin in the entire San Juan Valley stands upon a low bench at the edge of the alluvial bottom a few miles below Bloomfield. This is called locally " Solomon's Ruin " after the name of the owner of the land on which it is situated.1 It is... "
Madison, Dane County and Surrounding Towns: Being a History and Guide to ... - Page 488
1877 - 664 pages
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American Anthropologist, Volume 5

Anthropology - 1903
...of the alluvial bottom a few miles below Bloomfield. This is called locally " Solomon's Ruin " after the name of the owner of the land on which it is situated.1 It is built largely of dressed stone, the walls in some places resting upon a foundation...
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Bulletin, Issue 4

Geology - 1905
...may be seen fifteen feet above the creek which may be called Pauley's cannel, as in other instances, from the name of the owner of the land on which it is exposed. The place of this coal in a general section for Big Creek is a matter of doubt. The rocks...
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Bulletin, Issue 4

Geology - 1905
...may be seen fifteen feet above the creek which may be called Pauley's cannel, as in other instances, from the name of the owner of the land on which it is exposed. The place of this coal in a general section for Big Creek is a matter of doubt. The rocks...
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The Puebloan Society of Chaco Canyon

Paul F. Reed - History - 2004 - 197 pages
...of the alluvial bottom a few miles below Bloomfield. This is called locally "Solomon's Ruin" after the name of the owner of the land on which it is situated. It is built largely of dressed stone, the walls in some places resting upon a foundation of small boulders....
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American Anthropologist, Volume 5

Anthropology - 1903
...of the alluvial bottom a few miles below Bloomfield. This is called locally "Solomon's Ruin" after the name of the owner of the land on which it is situated.1 It is built largely of dressed stone, the walls in some places resting upon- a foundation...
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