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Characteristic hilly topography of the Knox dolomite areas, crest of Red Mountain, composed of the Clinton formation in the distance, looking east from highway about 1 mile south Pinson. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1910. Plate 3 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 175. 1910.
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Dike like outcrop of vertical Hartselle sandstone member 1.5 miles east of Newcastle, looking north. This feature extends north to Pinson and is called Rocky Row. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1910. Plate 10 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 175. 1910.
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Anticline overturned to northwest, Louisville and Nashville Railroad, one-half mile south of Graces Gap. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1906. Plate 4-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 400. 1910.
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Shale in Gasper formation with overlying Hartselle sandstone, Red Gap, just east of Gate City, northeast environs of Birmingham, the Red Gap fault, on which the movement causing the earthquake in 1914 took place, is near and along the highway. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1925. Plate 19 in U.S.Geological Survey. Folio 221. 1927
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Ketona dolomite member of the Knox dolomite in quarry at north Birmingham, looking south. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1910. Plate 2 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 175. 1910.
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Slope No. 7, Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Company); plateau of the Warrior coalfield in distance, beyond Jones Valley.
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North incline at Valley View mine, showing drift headings, Jefferson County, Alabama. 1906. Plate 9-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 400. 1910.
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Cryptozoon resembling c. undulatun; from Copper ridge dolomite near Huffman, 7 miles northeast of Birmingham. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1925. Plate 4 in U.S.Geological Survey. Folio 221. 1927.
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Blast furnace of Sloss-Sheffield Steel and Iron Company at North Birmingham. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1906. Plate 16-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 400. 1910.
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Red Mountain formation at base of cut 20 feet above bottom of the formation, Twentieth Street cut at summit of Red Mountain, Birmingham, looking east. Includes 20-foot bed of sandstone in the middle part below the Big seam shown in lower left corner of photo 1854, with bouldery sandstone in bottom. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1925. Plate 12 in U.S.Geological Survey Folio 221. 1927.
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Old quarry at mountain terrace, in northeastern environs of Birmingham, looking east, showing same succession as in photos 1866 and 1867; thinner layers at top possibly of upper Black River age, rubbly bed and Stones River-Lowville contact at level of man's head. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1925. Plate 9 in U.S.Geological Survey. Folio 221. 1927.
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Red Mountain; seen from Chert ridge east of Grasselli, showing four slope mines of Fossil group, continuous open-cut workings or strippings, and location of ore-carrying railroad near Chickamauga-Clinton contact. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1906. Plate 10- A in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 400. 1910.
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Upper workable part of Big Seam, in open-cut at Helen-Bess mine, shows jointing of ore bed. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1906. Plate 9-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 400. 1910.
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Slab of pebbles from parting between Big seam and Irondale seam shown in photo 1454. The pebbles are of the same kind of limestone and are full of the same fossils as the limestone capping the Irondale seam at Ruffner No. 1 mine, northwest Jefferson County, Alabama. 1925. Plate 18 in U.S.Geological Survey. Folio 221. 1927.
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Conasauga limestone near the Louisville and Nashville railroad 1 mile south of Boyles Gap, looking northeast. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1910. Plate 4 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 175. 1910.
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Evenly bedded Fort Payne chert in Louisville and Nashville railroad cut at Dale Gap, near Village Springs, looking north. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1910. Plate 9 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 175. 1910.
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Red Mountain; seen from Chert ridge east of Grasselli, showing four slope mines of Fossil group, continuous open-cut workings or strippings, and location of ore-carrying railroad near Chickamauga-Clinton contact. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1906. Plate 10- A in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 400. 1910.
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Birmingham, Alabama. Morton plant of Alpha Portland Cement Company from south. Jefferson County, Alabama. December 9, 1928.
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Brecciated Ketona dolomite in quarry of Republic Iron & Steel Co., Thomas, 4 miles northeast of Wylam. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1925.
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Panorama with image 1447. Birmingham, Alabama. Quarry in Conasauga limestone at Morton plant of Alpha Portland Cement Company. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1928.


map background search result map search result map Conasauga limestone near the Louisville and Nashville railroad. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1910. Evenly bedded Fort Payne chert in Louisville and Nashville railroad cut at Dale Gap. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1910. Shale in Gasper formation with overlying Hartselle sandstone, Red Gap, just east of Gate City. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1925. Dike like outcrop of vertical Hartselle sandstone member.  Jefferson County, Alabama. 1910. Characteristic hilly topography of the Knox dolomite areas, crest of Red Mountain. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1910. Red Mountain formation at base of cut 20 feet above bottom of the formation. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1925. Conasauga limestone near the Louisville and Nashville railroad. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1910. Evenly bedded Fort Payne chert in Louisville and Nashville railroad cut at Dale Gap. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1910. Shale in Gasper formation with overlying Hartselle sandstone, Red Gap, just east of Gate City. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1925. Dike like outcrop of vertical Hartselle sandstone member.  Jefferson County, Alabama. 1910. Characteristic hilly topography of the Knox dolomite areas, crest of Red Mountain. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1910. Red Mountain formation at base of cut 20 feet above bottom of the formation. Jefferson County, Alabama. 1925.