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Lake view of school building, a beautiful building built of glacial boulders with red tile roof. Boulders are of many varieties of granite, red and green quartzite, Arkose, vein quartz, conglomerate, greenstone, and dolomite. The trim is of Bedford limestone and steps of concrete. Hillsdale County. Hillsdale, Michigan. No date.
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Album caption: Bouldery morainal drift one mile northeast of Oakham, Mass. Barre quadrangle. (D.16, ex. 1/25 sec., sun) Massachusetts. May 8, 1907. Handwritten note on album caption: Worcester Co.
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Panoramic view west through the Narrows of Ross Fork Canyon, part of the course of the Putnam overthrust is shown, together with some of the Cambrian and Ordovician formations. The upper slopes show the topography of the Putnam cycle. The canyon around little knoll (left center) represents the Gibson cycle. Caribou County, Idaho. 1913. Plate 1-C in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 713. 1920.
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Foundation wall of residence of K.R. Smith, showing glacial boulder stone construction. Ionia County. Ionia, Michigan. No date.
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O.H. Jeffers using reel and sled-mounted equipment to measure discharge through the ice of the Mississippi River at St. Paul. Ramsey County, Minnesota. C. 1940. Lower right photograph on page 31 published in Images of the U.S. Geological Survey, 1879-1979.
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Steam shovel dredge of Omega Portland Cement Company operating on lake containing marl beds. Cement plant shown at left across lake quarter- mile wide. Hillsdale County. Mosherville, Michigan. No date.
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Form this panorama of undifferentiated Navajo, Carmel and Entrada formations in gap of Skull Creek, sec. 36, T. 4 N., R. 101 W. Moffatt County, Colorado. 1906. Plate 21-C, in U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 183. 1936.
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Album caption: Glacier N.P., Flathead Co, Mont. Index card: View of (from top to bottom) Mount Shields, Shepard and Snowslip Formations exposed in Kintla Lake area. Glacier National Park. Flathead County, Montana. July 1981.
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Conglomerate-filled channel enclosing blocks of sandstone, in limy shale of San Luis formation, near locality 34. Scale is indicated by lower block, 1 meter thick. Note tilt of upper block. Geology of South-central Oriente, Cuba. Oct. 1940-Oct. 1940. Published as Fig. 35, U.S.G.S. Bulletin 975-D. 1955.
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The type locality of the Kayenta formation, 1 mile northeast of Kayenta. Lukachukai member of the Wingate sandstone (Trwl); typical facies of the Kayenta formation (Jk); overlain by the Navajo sandstone (Jn). Navajo County, Arizona, n.d. Published as figure 13 in U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 291. 1957.
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Washington Co., Utah. Smith Mesa viewed from the northeast, Mesa top Developed on Springdale member of the Chinle Formation; upper Chinle and Navajo (right), La Verkin Canyon (left),Hurrican Cliffs (on Skyland). 1940.
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Characteristic topographic features of the northern part of the Ekalaka lignite field, clinker capped hills of the Tongue River member of the Fort Union formation and lowlands of the Ludlow lignite member of the Lance formation, in T. 4 N., R. 59 E. Carter County, Montana. 1914. Plate 31-A in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 751. 1925.
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Album caption: G.N.P. Glacier Co, Mont. Index card: Mud chip breccia in the Spokane Formation along Going-to-the-Sun Highway. Glacier National Park. Glacier County, Montana. July 3, 1981.
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Bluff of Ellensburg formation. Dudley Bridge, Kittitas County, Washington. June 1, 1900.
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Pueblo Viejo, a typical development of the Gallego sandstone member of the Miguel formation. Socorro County, New Mexico. 1914. Plate 3-B in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 716. 1920.
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Pleistocene formations in San Pedro: San Pedro sand unconformably overlain by Palos Verdes sand and nonmarine terrace cover at southwest corner of Second and Beacon Streets. Los Angeles County, California. 1930. Plate 15-C, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 207. 1946.
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The silty facies of the Kayenta formation, 3 miles southwest of Tuba City. Coconino County, Arizona. n.d. Published as figure 14 in U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 291. 1957.
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Ridge near the junction of the Paunsaugunt and the Sevier Plateaus. Brian Head formation (foreground) overlying Wasatch limestone concealed by gravel in adjacent lowlands. Garfield County, Utah. 1943.
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Contact between Claggett formation and Judith River beds, Birch Creek one and one-half miles above mouth. Chouteau County, Montana. 1904.


    map background search result map search result map Bowldery morainal drift one mile northeast of Oakham. Worcester County,  Massachusetts. 1907. Characteristic topographic features of the northern part of the Ekalaka lignite field. Carter County, Montana. 1914. Mud chip breccia in the Spokane Formation along Going-to-the-Sun Highway. Glacier National Park, Glacier County, Montana. 1981. Top to bottom: Mount Shields, Shepard and Snowslip Formations exposed in Kintla Lake area. Glacier National Park, Flathead County, Montana. 1981. Form this panorama of undifferentiated Navajo, Carmel and Entrada formations in gap of Skull Creek. Moffatt County, Colorado. 1906. Smith Mesa viewed from the northeast, Mesa top Developed on Springdale member of the Chinle Formation. Washington County, Utah. 1940. Ridge near the junction of the Paunsaugunt and the Sevier Plateaus. Garfield County, Utah. 1943. The type locality of the Kayenta formation, 1 mile northeast of Kayenta. Navajo County, Arizona. No date. The silty facies of the Kayenta formation, 3 miles southwest of Tuba City. Coconino County, Arizona. No date. Conglomerate-filled channel enclosing blocks of sandstone, in limy shale of San Luis formation, near locality 34. South-central Oriente, Cuba. 1940. Panoramic view west through the Narrows of Ross Fork Canyon, part of the course of the Putnam overthrust is shown. Caribou County, Idaho. 1913. Bluff of Ellensburg formation. Kittitas County, Washington. 1900. Contact between Claggett formation and Judith River beds, Birch Creek one and one-half miles above mouth. Chouteau County, Montana. 1904. Pueblo Viejo, a typical development of the Gallego sandstone member of the Miguel formation. Socorro County, New Mexico. 1914. Pleistocene formations in San Pedro. Los Angeles County, California. 1930. Bowldery morainal drift one mile northeast of Oakham. Worcester County,  Massachusetts. 1907. Panoramic view west through the Narrows of Ross Fork Canyon, part of the course of the Putnam overthrust is shown. Caribou County, Idaho. 1913. Mud chip breccia in the Spokane Formation along Going-to-the-Sun Highway. Glacier National Park, Glacier County, Montana. 1981. Top to bottom: Mount Shields, Shepard and Snowslip Formations exposed in Kintla Lake area. Glacier National Park, Flathead County, Montana. 1981. Characteristic topographic features of the northern part of the Ekalaka lignite field. Carter County, Montana. 1914. Bluff of Ellensburg formation. Kittitas County, Washington. 1900. Form this panorama of undifferentiated Navajo, Carmel and Entrada formations in gap of Skull Creek. Moffatt County, Colorado. 1906. Contact between Claggett formation and Judith River beds, Birch Creek one and one-half miles above mouth. Chouteau County, Montana. 1904. Pueblo Viejo, a typical development of the Gallego sandstone member of the Miguel formation. Socorro County, New Mexico. 1914. Pleistocene formations in San Pedro. Los Angeles County, California. 1930. The type locality of the Kayenta formation, 1 mile northeast of Kayenta. Navajo County, Arizona. No date. The silty facies of the Kayenta formation, 3 miles southwest of Tuba City. Coconino County, Arizona. No date. Smith Mesa viewed from the northeast, Mesa top Developed on Springdale member of the Chinle Formation. Washington County, Utah. 1940. Ridge near the junction of the Paunsaugunt and the Sevier Plateaus. Garfield County, Utah. 1943. Conglomerate-filled channel enclosing blocks of sandstone, in limy shale of San Luis formation, near locality 34. South-central Oriente, Cuba. 1940.