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Tod and Wells Mine Shaft, Austintown Township, Mahoning County, Ohio, 1941

Dates

Dataset Reference Date
2016-04-15
Info Date
1941-07

Summary

Shaft of the abandoned Tod and Wells mine at Austintown Township, Mahoning County, Ohio. The Tod and Wells mine was a subsurface mining operation for the Sharon (No. 1) coal. The area of the mine has shale, siltstone, sandstone, conglomerate, limestone, underclay, coal and flint lithologies. Bedrock is from the Pennsylvanian Geologic Period. The photograph was taken during the summer field work of James Osborn Fuller and Myron T. Sturgeon in July 1941.

Material Request Instructions

For more information, please contact Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, Address: 2045 Morse Rd., Columbus, OH 43229. Phone: 614-265-6576, E-mail: geo.survey@dnr.state.oh.us, Web: www.ohiogeology.com.

Map

Communities

  • National Digital Catalog

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Provenance

Data source
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File Process
Type
NGGDPP
Reference Item
Collection of Photographic Slides and Historic Photos from Ohio
Reference File
Ohio_NGGDPP_metadatafields_final.csv

Additional Information

Alternate Titles

  • SOFR.1941.1.007.tif

Identifiers

Type Scheme Key
title Parent-57f2863ae4b0bc0bebfff9b8 Tod and Wells Mine Shaft, Austintown Township, Mahoning County, Ohio, 1941

NGGDPP Item Extension

alternateGeometryTrumbull County (Ohio), Mineral Ridge (Ohio)

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