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Panorama with image 9b. Retake of Dutton 22, Pyramid Rock (ratio 1:3.6) east of Gallup New Mexico. Apparently camera was a few feet closer to rock face on the left than Dutton's. Some blue grama; big bush in foreground Atriplex con, 10 percent galleta, thistle growing base of Atriplex con. McKinley County, New Mexico. August 16, 1946.
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Hosta sandstone member of Mesaverde formation, showing mode of weathering of upper part: view in sec. 4, T. 17 N., R. 16 W. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Plate 31-C. U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 193. 1941.
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Album caption and index card: Zuni from housetops, looking east. McKinely County, New Mexico. n.d.
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Darton image 884 taken in 1901. Compare with Leopold image 022. Near Navajo church, two miles northeast of Fort Wingate, New Mexico, looking north 20 degrees east. In 1946, the formerly open spaces show an encroachment by sage. Grass between sage brushes of low density, 2-10 percent, and consisted of ring muhly (mulenbergia porteri), with lesser amounta of Aristida Fendleriana, Sporobolus airoides, Hilaria jamesii. Sage in foreground obscures gullies 3-4 feet deep. Sage heavily grazed, some bushes nearly dead. Compare with Darton image 884 taken in 1901. Open spaces in 1901 covered with thin stand of blue grama grass; foothill slopes covered with sage (Artemisia tridentata) and scattered juniper trees. McKinley...
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Album caption: Pyramid Butte, Navajo Church, in north end of Zuni Uplift. McKinley County, New Mexico. n.d. Index card: Distant view of Navajo Church and Pyramid Buttes. Panorama with hjk00098, hjk00099, and hjk00100.
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Morrison formation at Navajo Church, shows the banded sandstone in the lower part of the Morrison formation resting upon the Todilto limestone member, which overlies the Wingate sandstone. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1928. Plate 25-A, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 183. 1936.
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Retake of Darton 884, Navajo church (ratio 1:6). Artemisia tridenta in foreground, nearly dead from over browsing ring muhly (density 2-10 percent), some galleta, blacksage, also aristida fendleriana and chrysothamnus grunii, and stumps 10 inches in diameter. McKinley County, New Mexico. August 16, 1946.
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Hosta sandstone member of Mesaverde formation split by Satan tongue of Mancos shale; upper two ledges of sandstone are the Hosta; intervening shale is the Satan tongue; intermediate slope, lower part of Gibson coal member; sandstones in foreground, the Dalton sandstone member, view looking west at north end of Satan Pass, southeast of Crown Point. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Plate 28-C, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 193. 1941.
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Retake of Dutton 19, Navajo church (ratio 1:3.0). Foreground vegetation Russian thistle, with very short chumps of snakeweed, many dead chumps of snakeweed indicating former large size. No grasses, either annual or perennial. Large chumps in foreground are dead Russian thistle. McKinley County, New Mexico. August 16, 1946.
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Transition zone marking contact between Mulatto tongue of Mancos shale and overlying Dalton sandstone member of Mesaverde formation: view on east side of Satan Pass in sec. 20, T. 16 N., R. 12 W. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Plate 31-B. U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 193. 1941
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Darton image 874 taken in 1901. Compare with Leopold image 016, Puerco River at Hogback, two miles east of Gallup, New Mexico, showing progress of erosion of channel. McKinley County, New Mexico. August 1946.
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The Wingate sandstone at the type locality and the overlying Entrada sandstone near Fort Wingate, The unit in the foreground and middle ground constitutes the Lubadiukai member of the Wingate sandstone (Trwl); the flat-bedded unit at the base of the vertical cliff is the medial silty member (Jem), and the main part of the cliff is the upper sandy member (Jeu) of the Entrada sandstone. The cliff is capped by the Todilto limestone (Jt). McKinley County, New Mexico, n.d. Published as figure 5 in U. S. Geological Survey, Professional paper 291. 1957.
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Polygonal jointing in upper part of Gallup sandstone member: closer view at the locality in photo 14. Photo by Sears. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Plate 29-B, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 193-F. 1941. Album: T. 14 N., R 9W. Sec. 16: Typical weathering in the Gallup sandstone. Index Card: Polygonal weathering in sandstone.
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Intertonguing of Ostrea soleniscus marl with layers of the "Stray sandstone". The marl is composed largely of Ostrea soleniscus: The bed sandstone contains only scattered remains of the elongated oyster. View in sec. 9, T.14 N., R.9 W. Photo by, J.D. Sears. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Plate 30-C U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 193-F. 1941.
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Upper part of Mancos shale and basal sandstones of Mesaverde formation, near north end of the hogback north of Gallup, the top of the Gryphaea newberryi zone is at the right. This is photo 157 and 158 composed as one. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Plate 27-A, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 193. 1941.
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Navajo Church, shows the cross-bedded sandstone in the upper part of the Morrison formation. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1928. Plate 25-B, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 183. 1936.
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Gibson coal member of Mesaverde formation west of (landward from) area in which it is split by the Hosta sandstone member; view in T.17 N., R. 17 W. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1929. Plate 29-C, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 193. 1941.
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Cross-bedding in the Wingate sandstone near Navajo Church. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1929. Plate 7-C, in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 183. 1936.


map background search result map search result map Morrison formation at Navajo Church. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1928. Navajo Church, shows the cross-bedded sandstone in the upper part of the Morrison formation.  McKinley County, New Mexico. 1928. The Wingate sandstone at the type locality and the overlying Entrada sandstone near Fort Wingate. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1957. A view of Zuni. McKinley County, New Mexico. n.d. Zuni from housetops, looking east. McKinley County, New Mexico. n.d. Pyramid Butte, Navajo Church, in north end of Zuni Uplift. McKinley County, New Mexico. n.d. Fort Wingate. McKinley County, New Mexico. n.d. Intertonguing of Ostrea soleniscus marl with layers of the "Stray sandstone". McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Polygonal jointing in upper part of Gallup sandstone member: closer view at the locality in photo 14. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Upper part of Mancos shale and basal sandstones of Mesaverde formation. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Gibson coal member of Mesa Verde formation. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1929. Hosta sandstone member of Mesaverde formation. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Hosta sandstone member of Mesaverde formation split by Satan tongue of Mancos shale. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Cross-bedding in the Wingate sandstone near Navajo Church. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1929. Transition zone marking contact between Mulatto tongue of Mancos shale and overlying Dalton sandstone. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Morrison formation at Navajo Church. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1928. Navajo Church, shows the cross-bedded sandstone in the upper part of the Morrison formation.  McKinley County, New Mexico. 1928. The Wingate sandstone at the type locality and the overlying Entrada sandstone near Fort Wingate. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1957. A view of Zuni. McKinley County, New Mexico. n.d. Zuni from housetops, looking east. McKinley County, New Mexico. n.d. Pyramid Butte, Navajo Church, in north end of Zuni Uplift. McKinley County, New Mexico. n.d. Fort Wingate. McKinley County, New Mexico. n.d. Intertonguing of Ostrea soleniscus marl with layers of the "Stray sandstone". McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Polygonal jointing in upper part of Gallup sandstone member: closer view at the locality in photo 14. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Upper part of Mancos shale and basal sandstones of Mesaverde formation. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Gibson coal member of Mesa Verde formation. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1929. Hosta sandstone member of Mesaverde formation. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Hosta sandstone member of Mesaverde formation split by Satan tongue of Mancos shale. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930. Cross-bedding in the Wingate sandstone near Navajo Church. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1929. Transition zone marking contact between Mulatto tongue of Mancos shale and overlying Dalton sandstone. McKinley County, New Mexico. 1930.