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Laminated sands and clayey silts of the Ackerman formation showing the deposition of clay balls and breccia from the contemporaneous erosion of a laminated clayey silt bed. Looking east, 6 miles northwest of Ripley, SE 1/4 sec. 29, T. 3 S., R. 3 E. Tippah County, Mississippi. Novrember 11,1942.
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Ackerman/Porters Creek contact; red, slightly cross-and above massive black pyritiferous clay at the contact, with Porters Creek clay, which is dark-gray with marked conchoidal fracture, and laminated sand and micaceous, glauconitic clay below. Looking northwest, 4 1/2 miles north of Ripley, SW 1/4 sec. 26, T. 3 S., R. 3 E. Tippah County, Mississippi. November 11, 1942.
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Contact between Ackerman sand above and kaolin of the lower phase of the bauxite-kaolin zone below. Looking west, one-quarter mile east of Shady Grove, NW 1/4 sec, 12, T. 4 S., R. 2 E. Tippah County, Mississippi. October 30, 1943.
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View of Wicker Mountain looking northeast across the Tippah Creek bottoms and the Flatwoods, from about half a mile northwest of Blue Mountain. Looking northeast. NW 1/4 sec. 1, T. 5 S. R. 2 E. Tippah County, Mississippi. October 29, 1943.
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Going into the hole with a string of power auger tools on a Longyear diamond drill equipped with an oil hydraulic pulldown. Equipment of Pennsylvania Drilling Co. Hole 2. Tippah County, Mississippi. May 1943.
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Bed of lignite in the lower part of the upper phase of the bauxite-kaolin zone at Little Hope Crossroads. Looking north 3 1/2 miles west of Falkner, SW 1/4, NW 1/4, sec. 5, T. 3 S., R. 3 E. Tippah County, Mississippi. October 30, 1943.
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Close-up of photo no. 6 showing the deposition of clay balls and breccia from the contemporaneous erosion of a laminated clayey silt bed. Looking east, 6 miles northwest of Ripley, SE 1/4 sec. 29, T. 3 S., R. 3 E. Tippah County, Mississippi. November 17, 1942.
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Attaching new stellite bit to outer barrel of a double-barrel core barrel. Drill rods at left are size "A". The core barrel is 13 feet long, and will take a 11-foot core. Inside diameter of inner barrel about 2 1/4 inches. Outside diameter of outer barrel is about 3 inches. Equipment of the Pennsylvania Drilling Co. Tippah County, Mississippi. May 1943.
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Making a trip with a Longyear diamond drill using a fishtail bit. Note string of tools in the hole hanging on a wrench caught on the end of the rig skid. The uppermost joint of rod, with water hose attached, is resting on the board to the right of the hole. Equipment of the Pennsylvania Drilling Co. Tippah County, Mississippi. May 1943.
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Close-up of photo no. 1. Ackerman/Porters Creek contact; red, slightly cross-bedded sand above massive black pyritiferous clay at the contact, with typical Porters Creek clay, which is dark-gray with marked conchoidal fracture, and laminated sand and micaceous, glauconitic clay below. Looking northwest, 4 1/2 miles north of Ripley, SW 1/4 sec. 26, T. 3 S., R. 3 E. Tippah County, Mississippi. November 11, 1942.
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The I. V. James bauxite deposit from the southwest. Looking northeast. NE 1/4, sec. 4, T. 3 S., R. 3 E. Tippah County, Mississippi. October 30, 1943.
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Drilling with Longyear diamond drill. The heavy jack in the background is used to pull casing. Equipment of Pennsylvania Drilling Co. Tippah County, Mississippi. May 1943.
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Adding a rod to the core barrel hanging on a wrench caught on the end of the rig skid. Equipment of Pennsylvania Drilling Co. Tippah County, Mississippi. May 1943.
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Coming out of the hole with a string of power auger tools. Equipment of the Pennsylvania Drilling Co. Hole 2. Tippah County, Mississippi. May 1943.
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Shelton cut, 6 miles northwest of Ripley; bauxite-kaolin sands with lenses of clay, below, and Ackerman laminated sand and clayey silts above. Looking north, 6 miles northwest of Ripley, SE 1/4 sec. 29, T. 3 S., R. 3 E. Tippah County, Mississippi, November 17, 1942.
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Steeply-dipping contact between Ackerman breccia and Porters Creek clay; hammer is at contact. Looking south 1 3/4 miles north of Shady Grove, SE 1/4 sec. 35, T. 3 S., R. 2 E. Tippah County, Mississippi. October 30, 1943.
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Bauxite boulders at the north end of the Meadows bauxite deposit. Looking northwest, about 2 miles north of Shady Grove, NW 1/4, SW 1/4, sec. 36, T. 3 S., R. 2 E. Tippah County, Mississippi. October 30, 1943.
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Driving a 4-inch casing with a 300-pound block hammer on a Longyear diamond drill. Equipment of Pennsylvania Drilling Co. Tippah County, Mississippi. May 1943.


map background search result map search result map Ackerman/Porters Creek contact. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1942. Ackerman/Porters Creek contact. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1942. Shelton cut, 6 miles northwest of Ripley. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1942. Laminated sands and clayey silts of the Ackerman formation. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1942. Close-up of photo no. 6 showing the deposition of clay balls and breccia. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1942. View of Wicker Mountain. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Contact between Ackerman sand above and kaolin of the lower phase of the bauxite-kaolin zone below. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Steeply-dipping contact between Ackerman breccia and Porters Creek clay. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Bauxite boulders at the north end of the Meadows bauxite deposit. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Bed of lignite in the lower part of the upper phase of the bauxite-kaolin zone at Little Hope Crossroads. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943 The I. V. James bauxite deposit from the southwest. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Going into the hole with a string of power auger tools. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Coming out of the hole with a string of power auger tools. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Making a trip with a Longyear diamond drill using a fishtail bit.Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Attaching new stellite bit to outer barrel of a double-barrel core barrel. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Drilling with Longyear diamond drill. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Driving a 4-inch casing with a 300-pound block hammer on a Longyear diamond drill. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Adding a rod to the core barrel hanging on a wrench caught on the end of the rig skid. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Isopachous maps of bauxite and clay in the Shelton area. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. WMR 292 - Bauxite Exploration in Tippah and Benton Counties. Tippah & Benton Counties, Mississippi. 1944. Ackerman/Porters Creek contact. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1942. Ackerman/Porters Creek contact. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1942. Shelton cut, 6 miles northwest of Ripley. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1942. Laminated sands and clayey silts of the Ackerman formation. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1942. Close-up of photo no. 6 showing the deposition of clay balls and breccia. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1942. View of Wicker Mountain. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Contact between Ackerman sand above and kaolin of the lower phase of the bauxite-kaolin zone below. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Steeply-dipping contact between Ackerman breccia and Porters Creek clay. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Bauxite boulders at the north end of the Meadows bauxite deposit. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Bed of lignite in the lower part of the upper phase of the bauxite-kaolin zone at Little Hope Crossroads. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943 The I. V. James bauxite deposit from the southwest. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Going into the hole with a string of power auger tools. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Coming out of the hole with a string of power auger tools. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Making a trip with a Longyear diamond drill using a fishtail bit.Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Attaching new stellite bit to outer barrel of a double-barrel core barrel. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Drilling with Longyear diamond drill. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Driving a 4-inch casing with a 300-pound block hammer on a Longyear diamond drill. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Adding a rod to the core barrel hanging on a wrench caught on the end of the rig skid. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. Isopachous maps of bauxite and clay in the Shelton area. Tippah County, Mississippi. 1943. WMR 292 - Bauxite Exploration in Tippah and Benton Counties. Tippah & Benton Counties, Mississippi. 1944.