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Form a panorama of outer foothills east of San Emigdio creek, the smoothly rounded hills to the right are carved in the upper part of the Vaqueros formation; badlands at the left in Tertiary gravels. Kern County, California. October 31, 1912. Plate 9-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 116. 1920.
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From a panorama of outer foothills east of San Emigdio creek, the smoothly rounded hills to the right are carved in the upper part of the Vaqueros formation; badlands at the left in Tertiary gravels. Kern County, California. October 31, 1912. Plate 9-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 116. 1920.
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Terrace near mouth of Santiago creek. Kern County, California. November 1912. Plate 12-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 116. 1920.
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Form a panorama of Old Jewett & Blodgett Asphalt refinery south of Pioneer, looking north from hill above refinery in sec. 13, T.11 N., R. 24 W., note wells in Maricopa Flats in distance. Kern County, California. May 1916. Plate 13-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 116. 1920.
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Cavernous-weathering concretionary sandstone of the Panoche formation on El Puerto Creek. Fresno County, California. C. 1910. Plate 13-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 603. 1915.
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Form a panorama of foothills formed of Tertiary rocks on west side of Salt Creek, looking westward from divide between Tacuya and Salt creeks, about 1 mile from edge of San Joaquin Valley. Sharp ridge at extreme left formed by Tertiary volcanic rocks lying in the Vaqueros formation. Syncline in center occupied by diatomaceous Maricopa shale. Badlands carved in gravels of Vaqueros formation. Kern County, California. September 28, 1912. Plate 5 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 116. 1920.
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Form a panorama of terrace gravels along San Emigdio creek about 2 miles from edge of San Joaquin valley. Looking southwest across the canyon. The gravels here are almost 200 feet thick and lie horizontal. San Emigdio Mountain is the flat-topped mountain at the left of the center. Kern County, California. October 31, 1912. Plate 13-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 116. 1920.
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Form a panorama of terrace gravels along San Emigdio creek about 2 miles from edge of San Joaquin valley. Looking southwest across the canyon. The gravels here are almost 200 feet thick and lie horizontal. San Emigdio Mountain is the flat-topped mountain at the left of the center. Kern County, California. October 31, 1912. Plate 13-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 116. 1920.
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Terraces on Los Lobos creek; note terraces on several levels, the downward cutting below the lowest terrace shown at the extreme left has been accomplished mainly in the last 30 years. Kern County, California. October 24, 1912. Plate 12-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 116. 1920.
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Unconformity between late Tertiary gravels and tilted Pleistocene or recent gravels in San Emigdio region, looking east across first arroyo west of San Emigdio creek. Kern County, California. November 3, 1912. Plate 14-A, with sketch, in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 116. 1920.
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Basal part of Tejon formation on Los Lobos creek in foothills of San Emigdio Mountains; general view. Kern County, California. October 26, 1912. Plate 7-A in U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 116. 1920.
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Bed filled with fossils at base of Etchegoin formation near Muddy creek, the fossiliferous bed is the one on which the man is standing in photo 280. Photo by R.G. Davies. Kern County, California. October 1912. Plate 11-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 116. 1920.
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Form a panorama of foothills formed of Tertiary rocks on west side of Salt Creek, looking westward from divide between Tacuya and Salt creeks, about 1 mile from edge of San Joaquin Valley. Sharp ridge at extreme left formed by Tertiary volcanic rocks lying in the Vaqueros formation. Syncline in center occupied by diatomaceous Maricopa shale. Badlands carved in gravels of Vaqueros formation. Kern County, California. September 28, 1912. Plate 5 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 116. 1920.
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Terrace gravels and sands resting on shale of the Moreno formation on Ortigalito Creek. The Moreno dips directly away from the observer at an angle of 45 degrees. Note the thin dark colored terrace gravels capping the thick light-colored terrace sands. Merced County, California. 1910. Plate 13-B in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 603. 1915.
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Album caption: Packing the rang on "Spot", Prater Canyon. Colorado. Mesa Verde National Park. Taken by R.W. Berry, 1910. Handwritten notes on album caption: Montezuma County Index card: Packing the range on a mule. Mesa Verde National Park. 1910.
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Unconformity between diatomaceous Maricopa shale and clay shale of Etchegoin formation in San Emigdio region; looking west across Muddy creek, the bedding of the diatomaceous shale is indicated by the hard calcareous layers, The bedding of the clay shale is practically parallel with the contact, which is shown by the sharp change in color. Kern County, California. November 3, 1912. Plate 10-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 116. 1920.
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Flowing well being brought in, Sunset Oil field; well no. 30 of Ethel D. Oil Co. This well was soon controlled and flowed a few hundred barrels daily. Kern County, California. June 3, 1916. Plate 41-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 116. 1920.
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Brea in arroyo near Muddy Creek, in San Emigdio region; note mass of brea occupying center of gulch above figure of man and small patch at right in foreground. The canyon has cut 10 or 12 feet below the level marked by this brea. Kern County, California. October 23, 1912. Plate 11-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 116. 1920.
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Sandstone dikes in the Kreyenhagen shale. Small pit about half a mile north of George Crow's ranch house near Orestimba Creek. The shale dips at a low angle to the right. Its attitude is shown near the top of the cut. A sandstone dike standing vertical trends diagonally across from the lower right hand corner; at the left it joins a second dike at right angles. Stanislaus County, California. C. 1910. Plate 8-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 603. 1915.
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Form a panorama of foothills formed of Tertiary rocks on west side of Salt Creek, looking westward from divide between Tacuya and Salt creeks, about 1 mile from edge of San Joaquin Valley. Sharp ridge at extreme left formed by Tertiary volcanic rocks lying in the Vaqueros formation. Syncline in center occupied by diatomaceous Maricopa shale. Badlands carved in gravels of Vaqueros formation. Kern County, California. September 28, 1912. Plate 5 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 116. 1920.


map background search result map search result map Terrace gravels and sands resting on shale of the Moreno formation on Ortigalito Creek. Merced County, California. 1910. Cavernous-weathering concretionary sandstone of the Panoche formation on El Puerto Creek.  Fresno County, California. 1910. Basal part of Tejon formation on Los Lobos creek in foothills of San Emigdio Mountains; general view. Kern County, California. 1912. Bed filled with fossils at base of Etchegoin formation near Muddy creek. Kern County, California. 1912. Panorama of Vaqueros formation and tertiary gravels in outer foothills east of San Emigdio creek. Kern County, California. 1912. Panorama of outer foothills east of San Emigdio creek. Kern County, California. 1912. Moving the stove and packing it on "Spot" in Prater Canyon. Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. 1910. Moving the stove and packing it on "Spot" in Prater Canyon. Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. 1910. Terrace gravels and sands resting on shale of the Moreno formation on Ortigalito Creek. Merced County, California. 1910. Basal part of Tejon formation on Los Lobos creek in foothills of San Emigdio Mountains; general view. Kern County, California. 1912. Bed filled with fossils at base of Etchegoin formation near Muddy creek. Kern County, California. 1912. Panorama of Vaqueros formation and tertiary gravels in outer foothills east of San Emigdio creek. Kern County, California. 1912. Panorama of outer foothills east of San Emigdio creek. Kern County, California. 1912. Cavernous-weathering concretionary sandstone of the Panoche formation on El Puerto Creek.  Fresno County, California. 1910.