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" ... thickness, brought down by the wash from the high prairies, which rise gradually from three sides. In this alluvium, at various depths, are found the bones of buffalo, deer and antelope, which have probably made this a resort for salt for long ages... "
First Annual Report on the Geology of Kansas - Page 34
1866 - 56 pages
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Resources of Kansas: Fifteen Years Experience

Clinton Carter Hutchinson - Kansas - 1871 - 287 pages
...the time of our first visit was as white as a wintry snow field, with a crust of crystalized salt. "The incrustation of salt is frequently threeeighths of an inch in thickness. This is scrnped up and used, in its natural state, for salting cattle, etc., but for domestic purposes it is...
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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 time of our first visit was as white as a wintry snow field, with a crust of crystalized salt " The incrustation of salt is frequently three-eighths...and used, in its natural state, for salting cattle, etc., but for domestic purposes it is dissolved, by being mixed with about twenty gallons of water...
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RESOURCES OF KANSAS

C. C. HUTCHINSON - 1871
...the time of our first visit was as white as a wintry snow field, with a crust of crystalized salt. " The incrustation of salt is frequently threeeighths...and used, in its natural state, for salting cattle, etc., but for domestic purposes it is dissolved, by being* mixed with about twenty gallons of water...
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