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" Cimmaron river. But this is situated so far from the settled portions of the State, or any regular route of transportation, that at present it is of no practical value. A railroad toward that region would make it of vast commercial importance. "
First Annual Report on the Geology of Kansas - Page 33
1866 - 56 pages
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First Annual Report on the Geology of Kansas

Geology - 1866 - 56 pages
...an artesian boring, to go below the influence of surface water. A very large deposit of crystalized salt exists south of the great bend of the Arkansas...thirty-five miles wide and eighty long crossing the Eepublican, Solomon and Saline valleys. The signs of the deposit are seen in numerous springs, but...
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Resources of Kansas: Fifteen Years Experience

Clinton Carter Hutchinson - Kansas - 1871 - 287 pages
...deposits are undoubtedly caused by the drying up of salt ponds or salt branches of the Cimmarron Eiver. But this is situated so far from, the settled portions...would make it of vast commercial importance." The Professor thus dismisses these great salt plains, for he had at that time little idea that railroads...
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The Centennial Northwest: An Illustrated History of the Northwest, Being a ...

Charles Richard Tuttle, Ames Castle Pennock - Indiana - 1876 - 656 pages
...the settled portions of the state, or any regular route of transportation, that at present it is,of no practical value. A railroad toward that region would make it of vast commercial importance." The professor thus dismisses these great salt plains, for he had at that time little idea that railroads...
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RESOURCES OF KANSAS

C. C. HUTCHINSON - 1871
...These deposits are undoubtedly caused by the drying up of salt ponds or salt branches of the Cimmarron River. But this is situated so far from the settled...would make it of vast commercial importance." The Professor thus dismisses these great salt plains, for he had at that time little idea that railroads...
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