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2 edition of bibliography of county geological reports in Kentucky during the past century, 1856-1956. found in the catalog.

bibliography of county geological reports in Kentucky during the past century, 1856-1956.

Willard Rouse Jillson

bibliography of county geological reports in Kentucky during the past century, 1856-1956.

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Published by Roberts Printing Company in Frankfort, Kentucky .
Written in English

  • Kentucky
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- Kentucky -- Bibliography.

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      LC ClassificationsZ6034.A5 J5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination18 p.
      Number of Pages18
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6220170M
      LC Control Number57004826

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bibliography of county geological reports in Kentucky during the past century, 1856-1956. by Willard Rouse Jillson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bibliography of county geological reports in Kentucky during the past century, Frankfort, Kentucky, Roberts Printing Company [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Willard Rouse Jillson. Kentucky: Bibliography and Sources. Kentucky Atlas of Historical County Boundaries.

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A bibliography of Kentucky history [Coleman, J. Winston] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A bibliography of Kentucky history1/5(1). Kentucky Geological Survey: The oil and gas resources of Kentucky: a geological review of the past development and the present status of the industry in each of the one hundred and twenty counties of the commonwealth / (Frankfort, Ky.: Kentucky Geological Survey, ), also by Willard Rouse Jillson (page images at HathiTrust).

Jillson, Willard Rouse, The sixth geological survey: an administrative report of the several mineral resource and general geological investigations undertaken and completed in Kentucky during the biennial period / (Frankfort, Ky.: Kentucky Geological Survey, ), also by Charles Stevens Crouse, Stuart St.

Clair, Stuart. Biographies contain information about the person you are researching but often contain additional information on relatives and friends. Adair County Hosted at Kentucky Biography Project Green County Civic Officers, 1856-1956.

book James W. Beard Biography William A. Blair Biography Dr. William Blair Biography Tarleton T. Bradshaw Biography James Breeding Biography William Busbridge Biography. On oath, they stated the full value thereof, exclusive of the articles manufactured by families in Kentucky.

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McDowell: at the U.S. Geological Survey web site. This is the full-text version of the original out-of-print publication that summarized the geologic quadrangle mapping program.

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Later the area became a hunting ground and battlefield for other native peoples, such as the Shawnee from the north and the. The reader interested in a detailed bibliography of pioneer Kentucky history is referred to J.

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[1] Contents. IntroductionThis publication portrays the geology of the Hardeeville NW quadrangle and parts of the Brighton and Pineland quadrangles that are within Jasper County, South Carolina.

The study area is located in the Atlantic Coastal Plain province, approximately 50 to 70 kilometers (km) inland from the coast. OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: frontispiece, illustrations, plates, maps, tables, diagrams ; 24 cm. Contents: Sketch of the development of the oil and gas industry in Kentucky during the past century () --Used and unused natural gas fields of Eastern Kentucky and their relations to present and future public service demands --Structural.

Index to Will Book A, Grant County, Kentucky, Mrs. Wolcott Abstracts of Court Order Book No. 1 – Oldham County, Kentucky. Mrs. McKechnie Court Order Book A – Campbell County, Kentucky A List of Delinquent Taxes for – Campbell County, Kentucky Heirs of Chas.

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