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" Fig. 1), except for the deflection by the Big and Little offsets, and maintains a height of 1,200 to 1,600 feet even with a crest at times not over fifty feet wide. Most of the other ridges are of more steeply inclined strata, giving a fairly symmetrical... "
Regional and Economic Geography of Pennsylvania: Physiography - Page 47
by Walter Sheldon Tower - 1906 - 69 pages
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The Bulletin of the Geographical Society of Philadelphia, Volume 4

Geography - 1907
...150 miles from the Delaware to the Susquehanna it follows an almost straight course (Map, Fig. i), except for the deflection by the Big and Little offsets,...than Mahantango Mountain for many miles east of the Susquchanna. Terraced mountains, directly analogous to Tussey, Terrace or Cunning's Mountains in the...
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