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Stratigraphic relations of Pliocene terrace deposits; reworked terrace gravel on deformed and eroded edges of Tuscaloosa formation, Cottondale, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. May 27, 1915. Plate 49-C in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 108. 1918.
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Bed of gravel about 6 to 12 inches thick overlying ledge of limonite and underlying light colored sand in old cut of Docray brown iron ore mine of Woodward Iron Company near west property line adjacent to Blue Pond pit of Central Iron & Coal Company Friedman mine. Gravel consists largely of rounded quartz pebbles but contains some subangular chert pebbles. Charles Morgan in view. SW1/4, Sec. 9, T. 21 S., R. 6 W. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. December 3, 1929.
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Martaban brown iron ore pit of the Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Company. Folded Conasauga limestone beds on northeast side of old tramway cut leading out of the brown iron ore mine pit. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. December 8, 1929.
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Stewart washer of Central Iron and Coal Company at Kellerman, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. 1906. Plate 16-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 400. 1910.
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Northeast end of old Martaban brown iron ore pit of Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Company looking southwest. Taken shortly after period of heavy rainfall. NE1/4, Sec. 2, T. 21 S., R. 6 W. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. December 3, 1929.
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Face of cut at Houston Brown-ore mine, showing reef of folded Conasauga limestone; residual clay to left, ore to right, Reno, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. 1906. Plate 13-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 400. 1910.
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Panorama with image 1505. Martaban brown iron ore pit of the Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Company. Cut a few hundred feet northeast of exposure shown in image 1503 showing similar sequence of deposits but more black clay and less limonite. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. December 8, 1929.
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Martaban pit of the Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Company. View of portion of cut shown in panoramic images 497 and 1498 showing red loam overlying ledge of brown ore up to the surface. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. December 8, 1929.
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Album caption: Tuscaloosa-Eutaw unconformity. U.S.Highway No. 11, 11.8 miles south of Warrior River bridge, Tuscaloosa County, near Greene County line, Alabama. Photo by A.C. Munyan, March 6, 1935.
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Goethite, Alabama. Residual pinnacles of Conasauga limestone in Goethite brown iron ore mine of the Republic Iron & Steel Company. Top of steam shovel at work in pit just visible at right of limestone. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. December 9, 1929.
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Martaban pit of the Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Company. Southwest side of cut opposite exposures shown in images 1497 to 1500 showing small faulted blocks of Tuscaloosa sand. The faulting is best shown by the differences in color of the sand. The faulting may have been due to movement of the beds or to slumping above a solution channel in Conasauga limestone. A gully eroded in the sand has directed iron- bearing waters downward forming trough-shaped incrustations of sandy limonite, some of which run continuously through the faulted blocks and are later than the faulting. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. December 8, 1929.
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About one and one-half miles south-southeast of Tannehill Station on the Alabama Great Southern Railroad. Stacks of old Tannehill charcoal blast furnace on property of Republic Iron & Steel Company. Furnace consists of three stacks (double in foreground and single in distance) built of local carboniferous sandstone. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. December 14, 1929.
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Martaban pit of the Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Company. Cut on southeast side of pit showing limonite below cover of Tuscaloosa sand and clay. Limonite pitches toward right following contour of buried mass of Conasauga limestone indicated by mass of black clay just above water level at right of center. Old pit contains water probably to depth of 25 feet or more, and at the right of view (southwest) the stripping has become so thick, probably reaching 40 to 50 feet, that mining has been discontinued. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. December 8, 1929.
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Martaban pit of the Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Company. Panorama with image 1498. View showing folded black clay probably residual from Conasauga limestone overlain by ledge of limonite. David De Jarnette in view. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. December 8, 1929.
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Tuscaloosa formation, consisting of sands and clays, with interbedded ferruginous layers, Huntsville road, 1.5 miles east of Cottondale, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. Circa 1907. Plate 2-A in U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 81. 1914.
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Panorama with images 1511, 1512, and 1513. Martaban brown iron ore mine of the Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Company. Panorama of folded Conasauga limestone beds in old tramway cut leading northwest from Martaban mine pit. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. December 10, 1929.
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Abandoned open cuts at Tannehill Brown-ore mine, showing pinnacles of Conasauga limestone and residual clay, from which ore has been stripped. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. 1906. Plate 13-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 400. 1910.
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Martaban brown iron ore pit of the Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Company. View at distance of six feet of a bed composed of broken slabs of limestone bonded by calcareous cement at various angles and forming an intra-formational conglomerate in the Conasauga limestone. Near base of large mass of limestone shown in image 1494. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. December 8, 1929.
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Stratigraphic relations of Pliocene terrace deposits; terrace deposits, perhaps somewhat shifted and reworked, resting on Tuscaloosa formation. Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. May 23, 1915. Plate 49-G in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 108. 1918.
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Old pit of Standiford brown iron ore mine of Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad Company. Reflection in the water obscures the view. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. December 10, 1929.


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