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Special Report on the Trap Dykes and Azoic Rocks of Southeastern Pennsylvania - Part I Historical Introduction - Hunt, T. Sterry
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 280 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=16mm, Gew.=358gr, [GR: 26000 - TB/Mathematik/Naturwissenschaften/Technik/Medizin], [SW: - Science], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: SECOND GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF PENNSYLVANIA 1875. SPECIAL KEPOBT TRAP DYKES AND AZOIC ROCKS SOUTHBASTEE1S PEMTSYLVAKTA. T. STERRY HUNT. PABT I. HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION. HABBISBURG PUBLISHED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOB THE SJDCOJsTD GEOLOGICAL StJBVUY. 18T8. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS. His Excellency, JOHN F. HARTRANFT, Governor, and ex-offi-cio Pie ident of the Boa-id, Harrisburg. ARID PARDEE, - - - - Hazleton. WILLIAM A. INGHAM, -------PMladelpMa. HENRY S. ECKERT, ..----heading. HENRY McCoRMicK, --------Harrisbnrg. JAMES MAOFARLAISTE, --------Towanda. JOHN B. PEARSE, ---------PMladelpMa. JOSEPH WILOOX, - - - - PMladelpMa. Hon. DANIEL J. MORRELL, - - - - - Johnstown. HENRY W. OLIVER, - - - Pittsburgh. SAMTJEL Q. BROWN, --------Pleasantville. SECRBTARY OF THE BOARD. JOHN B. PEARSE, - - - - PMladelpMa. STATE GEOLOGIST. PETER LESLEY, ----------PMladelpMa. 1878. ASSISTANT GEOLOGISTS. PBBSIFOB. FRAZEB, Jr. Geologist In charge of the Survey of York, Adams, Lancaster, and Chester counties. A. E. LEHMAN Topographical Assistant, surveying the Soutn Mountains. FBEDEBICK PBIME, Jr. Geologist in charge of the Survey of Lehigh, North ampton, Berks, and Lebanon. A. P. BEBLIN Topographical Assistant, surveying the Limestone Valley and Beading Mountains. JOHN EL DE WEES Geologist m charge of the Survey of the Fc il Ore belts of the Juniata country. FBANKLIN PLATT Geologist in charge of the Survey of C earneld, Jefferson, Cambria, Somerset, Blair, c., fec. W. G. PLATT Geologist in charge of the Survey of Indiana and Armstrong counties. B. H. SANBEBS Topographical Assistant in Blair, Somerset, Cumberland, c. I. C. WHITE Geologist in charge of the Survey of Beaver, Lawrence, Mer cer, c. J. F. CABLLGeologist in chaige of the Survey of the Oil Begions. H. M. CHANCE Geologist in charge of the Survey of North Butler, Clarion, fec. C. A. ASHBUBNEB Geologist in charge of the Survey of McKean, Elk, and Forest. C. E. BILLIN Geologist in charge of the Survey of the Seven Mountains, fec. ANDBEW SHEBWOOB Geologist in charge oi the Survey of Bradfoid, Tioga, Potter, Lycoming, Sullivan, and Wyoming. F. A. GJBNTH Chemist and Mineralogist at Philadelphia. A. S. MCCBEATH Chemist, in charge of the Laboratory of the Survey, 223 Market street, Harrisburg. C. E. HALL Fossil Zoologist, in chaige of the Museum, and of the Survey of Bucks, Philadelphia, fec. LEO LESQTJEBEUX Fossil Botanist, Cohimbus, Ohio. E. B. HABBEJST In charge of Illustrations for the Beports, 1008 Clinton street, Philadelphia. CHABLES ALLEN In charge of the Collection of Becords of Bailroad and other Levels, Harrisburg. F. W. FOBMAN Clerk in charge of the Distribution of Beports from the rooms of the Board, 223 Market street, Harrisburg. LETTER BY THE STATE GEOLOGIST. PHILADELPHIA, June 14, 1878. To the Governor and Honorable Board of Commissioners of tTie Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania. GENTLEMEN I am happy to present tlie printed Report which yon requested Dr. T. S terry Hnnt for many years Chemist and Mineralogist to the Geological Snrvey of Can ada, and now Professor of Geology in the Institute of Technology, in Boston, to prepare. The resolution of the board is dated Angnst 5, 1875, and specifies the object in view as a special examination and report on the Trap rocks of Pennsylvania, the Secretary of the Board being requested to communicate with Dr. Hunt. At the meeting of N ov. 4, 1875, the Secretary re portedthat Dr. Hunt had accepted the task and the State Geologist reported that Dr. Hunt had already commenced his survey in Southern Pennsylvania, and that it would necessarily involve a study of the Azoic rocks. The volume in hand will sufficiently attest to this evident necessity. The survey of the Azoic rocks of Southern and Eastern Pennsylvania has been entrusted to three competent geolo gists of the regular corps, to wit To Professor Frederick Prime Jr... SECOND GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF PENNSYLVANIA 1875. SPECIAL KEPOBT TRAP DYKES AND AZOIC ROCKS SOUTHBASTEE1S PEMTSYLVAKTA. T. STERRY HUNT. PABT I. HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION. HABBISBURG PUBLISHED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOB THE SJDCOJsTD GEOLOGICAL StJBVUY. 18T8. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS. His Excellency, JOHN F. HARTRANFT, Governor, and ex-offi-cio Pie ident of the Boa-id, Harrisburg. ARID PARDEE, - - - - Hazleton. WILLIAM A. INGHAM, -------PMladelpMa. HENRY S. ECKERT, ..----heading. HENRY McCoRMicK, --------Harrisbnrg. JAMES MAOFARLAISTE, --------Towanda. JOHN B. PEARSE, ---------PMladelpMa. JOSEPH WILOOX, - - - - PMladelpMa. Hon. DANIEL J. MORRELL, - - - - - Johnstown. HENRY W. OLIVER, - - - Pittsburgh. SAMTJEL Q. BROWN, --------Pleasantville. SECRBTARY OF THE BOARD. JOHN B. PEARSE, - - - - PMladelpMa. STATE GEOLOGIST. PETER LESLEY, ----------PMladelpMa. 1878. ASSISTANT GEOLOGISTS. PBBSIFOB. FRAZEB, Jr. Geologist In charge of the Survey of York, Adams, Lancaster, and Chester counties. A. E. LEHMAN Topographical Assistant, surveying the Soutn Mountains. FBEDEBICK PBIME, Jr. Geologist in charge of the Survey of Lehigh, North ampton, Berks, and Lebanon. A. P. BEBLIN Topographical Assistant, surveying the Limestone Valley and Beading Mountains. JOHN EL DE WEES Geologist m charge of the Survey of the Fc il Ore belts of the Juniata country. FBANKLIN PLATT Geologist in charge of the Survey of C earneld, Jefferson, Cambria, Somerset, Blair, c., fec. W. G. PLATT Geologist in charge of the Survey of Indiana and Armstrong counties. B. H. SANBEBS Topographical Assistant in Blair, Somerset, Cumberland, c. I. C. WHITE Geologist in charge of the Survey of Beaver, Lawrence, Mer cer, c. J. F. CABLLGeologist in chaige of the Survey of the Oil Begions. H. M. CHANCE Geologist in charge of the Survey of North Butler, Clarion, fec. C. A. ASHBUBNEB Geologist in charge of the Survey of McKean, Elk, and Forest. C. E. BILLIN Geologist in charge of the Survey of the Seven Mountains, fec. ANDBEW SHEBWOOB Geologist in charge oi the Survey of Bradfoid, Tioga, Potter, Lycoming, Sullivan, and Wyoming. F. A. GJBNTH Chemist and Mineralogist at Philadelphia. A. S. MCCBEATH Chemist, in charge of the Laboratory of the Survey, 223 Market street, Harrisburg. C. E. HALL Fossil Zoologist, in chaige of the Museum, and of the Survey of Bucks, Philadelphia, fec. LEO LESQTJEBEUX Fossil Botanist, Cohimbus, Ohio. E. B. HABBEJST In charge of Illustrations for the Beports, 1008 Clinton street, Philadelphia. CHABLES ALLEN In charge of the Collection of Becords of Bailroad and other Levels, Harrisburg. F. W. FOBMAN Clerk in charge of the Distribution of Beports from the rooms of the Board, 223 Market street, Harrisburg. LETTER BY THE STATE GEOLOGIST. PHILADELPHIA, June 14, 1878. To the Governor and Honorable Board of Commissioners of tTie Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania. GENTLEMEN I am happy to present tlie printed Report which yon requested Dr. T. S terry Hnnt for many years Chemist and Mineralogist to the Geological Snrvey of Can ada, and now Professor of Geology in the Institute of Technology, in Boston, to prepare. The resolution of the board is dated Angnst 5, 1875, and specifies the object in view as a special examination and report on the Trap rocks of Pennsylvania, the Secretary of the Board being requested to communicate with Dr. Hunt. At the meeting of N ov. 4, 1875, the Secretary re portedthat Dr. Hunt had accepted the task and the State Geologist reported that Dr. Hunt had already commenced his survey in Southern Pennsylvania, and that it would necessarily involve a study of the Azoic rocks. The volume in hand will sufficiently attest to this evident necessity. The survey of the Azoic rocks of Southern and Eastern Pennsylvania has been entrusted to three competent geolo gists of the regular corps, to wit To Professor Frederick Prime Jr...

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[EAN: 9781406771053], Neubuch, [PU: Caven Press], BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., Special Report on the Trap Dykes and Azoic Rocks of Southeastern Pennsylvania - Part I Historical Introduction, T Sterry Hunt, SECOND GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF PENNSYLVANIA 1875. SPECIAL KEPOBT TRAP DYKES AND AZOIC ROCKS SOUTHBASTEE1S PEMTSYLVAKTA. T. STERRY HUNT. PABT I. HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION. HABBISBURG PUBLISHED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOB THE SJDCOJsTD GEOLOGICAL StJBVUY. 18T8. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS. His Excellency, JOHN F. HARTRANFT, Governor, and ex-offi-cio Pie ident of the Boa-id, Harrisburg. ARID PARDEE, - - - - Hazleton. WILLIAM A. INGHAM, -------PMladelpMa. HENRY S. ECKERT, .----heading. HENRY McCoRMicK, --------Harrisbnrg. JAMES MAOFARLAISTE, --------Towanda. JOHN B. PEARSE, ---------PMladelpMa. JOSEPH WILOOX, - - - - PMladelpMa. Hon. DANIEL J. MORRELL, - - - - - Johnstown. HENRY W. OLIVER, - - - Pittsburgh. SAMTJEL Q. BROWN, --------Pleasantville. SECRBTARY OF THE BOARD. JOHN B. PEARSE, - - - - PMladelpMa. STATE GEOLOGIST. PETER LESLEY, ----------PMladelpMa. 1878. ASSISTANT GEOLOGISTS. PBBSIFOB. FRAZEB, Jr. Geologist In charge of the Survey of York, Adams, Lancaster, and Chester counties. A. E. LEHMAN Topographical Assistant, surveying the Soutn Mountains. FBEDEBICK PBIME, Jr. Geologist in charge of the Survey of Lehigh, North ampton, Berks, and Lebanon. A. P. BEBLIN Topographical Assistant, surveying the Limestone Valley and Beading Mountains. JOHN EL DE WEES Geologist m charge of the Survey of the Fc il Ore belts of the Juniata country. FBANKLIN PLATT Geologist in charge of the Survey of C earneld, Jefferson, Cambria, Somerset, Blair, c., fec. W. G. PLATT Geologist in charge of the Survey of Indiana and Armstrong counties. B. H. SANBEBS Topographical Assistant in Blair, Somerset, Cumberland, c. I. C. WHITE Geologist in charge of the Survey of Beaver, Lawrence, Mer cer, c. J. F. CABLLGeologist in chaige of the Survey of the Oil Begions. H. M. CHANCE Geologist in charge of the Survey of North Butler, Clarion, fec. C. A. ASHBUBNEB Geologist in charge of the Survey of McKean, Elk, and Forest. C. E. BILLIN Geologist in charge of the Survey of the Seven Mountains, fec. ANDBEW SHEBWOOB Geologist in charge oi the Survey of Bradfoid, Tioga, Potter, Lycoming, Sullivan, and Wyoming. F. A. GJBNTH Chemist and Mineralogist at Philadelphia. A. S. MCCBEATH Chemist, in charge of the Laboratory of the Survey, 223 Market street, Harrisburg. C. E. HALL Fossil Zoologist, in chaige of the Museum, and of the Survey of Bucks, Philadelphia, fec. LEO LESQTJEBEUX Fossil Botanist, Cohimbus, Ohio. E. B. HABBEJST In charge of Illustrations for the Beports, 1008 Clinton street, Philadelphia. CHABLES ALLEN In charge of the Collection of Becords of Bailroad and other Levels, Harrisburg. F. W. FOBMAN Clerk in charge of the Distribution of Beports from the rooms of the Board, 223 Market street, Harrisburg. LETTER BY THE STATE GEOLOGIST. PHILADELPHIA, June 14, 1878. To the Governor and Honorable Board of Commissioners of tTie Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania. GENTLEMEN I am happy to present tlie printed Report which yon requested Dr. T. S terry Hnnt for many years Chemist and Mineralogist to the Geological Snrvey of Can ada, and now Professor of Geology in the Institute of Technology, in Boston, to prepare. The resolution of the board is dated Angnst 5, 1875, and specifies the object in view as a special examination and report on the Trap rocks of Pennsylvania, the Secretary of the Board being requested to communicate with Dr. Hunt. At the meeting of N ov. 4, 1875, the Secretary re portedthat Dr. Hunt had accepted the task and the State Geologist reported that Dr. Hunt had already commenced his survey in Southern Pennsylvania, and that it would necessarily involve a study of the Azoic rocks. The volume in hand will sufficiently attest to this evident necessity. The survey of the Azoic rocks of Southern and Eastern Pennsylvania has been entrusted to three competent geolo gists of the regular corps, to wit To

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[EAN: 9781406771053], Neubuch, [PU: Read Books, United Kingdom], Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.SECOND GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF PENNSYLVANIA 1875. SPECIAL KEPOBT TRAP DYKES AND AZOIC ROCKS SOUTHBASTEE1S PEMTSYLVAKTA. T. STERRY HUNT. PABT I. HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION. HABBISBURG PUBLISHED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOB THE SJDCOJsTD GEOLOGICAL StJBVUY. 18T8. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS. His Excellency, JOHN F. HARTRANFT, Governor, and ex-offi-cio Pie ident of the Boa-id, Harrisburg. ARID PARDEE, - - - - Hazleton. WILLIAM A. INGHAM, -------PMladelpMa. HENRY S. ECKERT, .----heading. HENRY McCoRMicK, --------Harrisbnrg. JAMES MAOFARLAISTE, --------Towanda. JOHN B. PEARSE, ---------PMladelpMa. JOSEPH WILOOX, - - - - PMladelpMa. Hon. DANIEL J. MORRELL, - - - - - Johnstown. HENRY W. OLIVER, - - - Pittsburgh. SAMTJEL Q. BROWN, --------Pleasantville. SECRBTARY OF THE BOARD. JOHN B. PEARSE, - - - - PMladelpMa. STATE GEOLOGIST. PETER LESLEY, ----------PMladelpMa. 1878. ASSISTANT GEOLOGISTS. PBBSIFOB. FRAZEB, Jr. Geologist In charge of the Survey of York, Adams, Lancaster, and Chester counties. A. E. LEHMAN Topographical Assistant, surveying the Soutn Mountains. FBEDEBICK PBIME, Jr. Geologist in charge of the Survey of Lehigh, North ampton, Berks, and Lebanon. A. P. BEBLIN Topographical Assistant, surveying the Limestone Valley and Beading Mountains. JOHN EL DE WEES Geologist m charge of the Survey of the Fc il Ore belts of the Juniata country. FBANKLIN PLATT Geologist in charge of the Survey of C earneld, Jefferson, Cambria, Somerset, Blair, c., fec. W. G. PLATT Geologist in charge of the Survey of Indiana and Armstrong counties. B. H. SANBEBS Topographical Assistant in Blair, Somerset, Cumberland, c. I. C. WHITE Geologist in charge of the Survey of Beaver, Lawrence, Mer cer, c. J. F. CABLLGeologist in chaige of the Survey of the Oil Begions. H. M. CHANCE Geologist in charge of the Survey of North Butler, Clarion, fec. C. A. ASHBUBNEB Geologist in charge of the Survey of McKean, Elk, and Forest. C. E. BILLIN Geologist in charge of the Survey of the Seven Mountains, fec. ANDBEW SHEBWOOB Geologist in charge oi the Survey of Bradfoid, Tioga, Potter, Lycoming, Sullivan, and Wyoming. F. A. GJBNTH Chemist and Mineralogist at Philadelphia. A. S. MCCBEATH Chemist, in charge of the Laboratory of the Survey, 223 Market street, Harrisburg. C. E. HALL Fossil Zoologist, in chaige of the Museum, and of the Survey of Bucks, Philadelphia, fec. LEO LESQTJEBEUX Fossil Botanist, Cohimbus, Ohio. E. B. HABBEJST In charge of Illustrations for the Beports, 1008 Clinton street, Philadelphia. CHABLES ALLEN In charge of the Collection of Becords of Bailroad and other Levels, Harrisburg. F. W. FOBMAN Clerk in charge of the Distribution of Beports from the rooms of the Board, 223 Market street, Harrisburg. LETTER BY THE STATE GEOLOGIST. PHILADELPHIA, June 14, 1878. To the Governor and Honorable Board of Commissioners of tTie Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania. GENTLEMEN I am happy to present tlie printed Report which yon requested Dr. T. S terry Hnnt for many years Chemist and Mineralogist to the Geological Snrvey of Can ada, and now Professor of Geology in the Institute of Technology, in Boston, to prepare. The resolution of the board is dated Angnst 5, 1875, and specifies the object in view as a special examination and report on the Trap rocks of Pennsylvania, the Secretary of the Board being requested to communicate with Dr. Hunt. At the meeting of N ov. 4, 1875, the Secretary re portedthat Dr. Hunt had accepted the task and the State Geologist reported that Dr. Hunt had already commenced his survey in Southern Pennsylvania, and that it would necessarily involve a study of the Azoic rocks. The volume in hand will sufficiently attest to this evident necessity. The survey of the Azoic rocks of Southern and Eastern Pennsylvania has been entrusted to three competent geolo gists of the regular corps, to wit To Professor Frederick Prime Jr.

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: DODO PR], SECOND GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF PENNSYLVANIA 1875. SPECIAL KEPOBT TRAP DYKES AND AZOIC ROCKS SOUTHBASTEE1S PEMTSYLVAKTA. T. STERRY HUNT. PABT I. HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION. HABBISBURG PUBLISHED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOB THE SJDCOJsTD GEOLOGICAL StJBVUY. 18T8. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS. His Excellency, JOHN F. HARTRANFT, Governor, and ex-offi-cio Pie ident of the Boa-id, Harrisburg. ARID PARDEE, - - - - Hazleton. WILLIAM A. INGHAM, -------PMladelpMa. HENRY S. ECKERT, ..----heading. HENRY McCoRMicK, --------Harrisbnrg. JAMES MAOFARLAISTE, --------Towanda. JOHN B. PEARSE, ---------PMladelpMa. JOSEPH WILOOX, - - - - PMladelpMa. Hon. DANIEL J. MORRELL, - - - - - Johnstown. HENRY W. OLIVER, - - - Pittsburgh. SAMTJEL Q. BROWN, --------Pleasantville. SECRBTARY OF THE BOARD. JOHN B. PEARSE, - - - - PMladelpMa. STATE GEOLOGIST. PETER LESLEY, ----------PMladelpMa. 1878. ASSISTANT GEOLOGISTS. PBBSIFOB. FRAZEB, Jr. Geologist In charge of the Survey of York, Adams, Lancaster, and Chester counties. A. E. LEHMAN Topographical Assistant, surveying the Soutn Mountains. FBEDEBICK PBIME, Jr. Geologist in charge of the Survey of Lehigh, North ampton, Berks, and Lebanon. A. P. BEBLIN Topographical Assistant, surveying the Limestone Valley and Beading Mountains. JOHN EL DE WEES Geologist m charge of the Survey of the Fc il Ore belts of the Juniata country. FBANKLIN PLATT Geologist in charge of the Survey of C earneld, Jefferson, Cambria, Somerset, Blair, c., fec. W. G. PLATT Geologist in charge of the Survey of Indiana and Armstrong counties. B. H. SANBEBS Topographical Assistant in Blair, Somerset, Cumberland, c. I. C. WHITE Geologist in charge of the Survey of Beaver, Lawrence, Mer cer, c. J. F. CABLLGeologist in chaige of the Survey of the Oil Begions. H. M. CHANCE Geologist in charge of the Survey of North Butler, Clarion, fec. C. A. ASHBUBNEB Geologist in charge of the Survey of McKean, Elk, and Forest. C. E. BILLIN Geologist in charge of the Survey of the Seven Mountains, fec. ANDBEW SHEBWOOB Geologist in charge oi the Survey of Bradfoid, Tioga, Potter, Lycoming, Sullivan, and Wyoming. F. A. GJBNTH Chemist and Mineralogist at Philadelphia. A. S. MCCBEATH Chemist, in charge of the Laboratory of the Survey, 223 Market street, Harrisburg. C. E. HALL Fossil Zoologist, in chaige of the Museum, and of the Survey of Bucks, Philadelphia, fec. LEO LESQTJEBEUX Fossil Botanist, Cohimbus, Ohio. E. B. HABBEJST In charge of Illustrations for the Beports, 1008 Clinton street, Philadelphia. CHABLES ALLEN In charge of the Collection of Becords of Bailroad and other Levels, Harrisburg. F. W. FOBMAN Clerk in charge of the Distribution of Beports from the rooms of the Board, 223 Market street, Harrisburg. LETTER BY THE STATE GEOLOGIST. PHILADELPHIA, June 14, 1878. To the Governor and Honorable Board of Commissioners of tTie Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania. GENTLEMEN I am happy to present tlie printed Report which yon requested Dr. T. S terry Hnnt for many years Chemist and Mineralogist to the Geological Snrvey of Can ada, and now Professor of Geology in the Institute of Technology, in Boston, to prepare. The resolution of the board is dated Angnst 5, 1875, and specifies the object in view as a special examination and report on the Trap rocks of Pennsylvania, the Secretary of the Board being requested to communicate with Dr. Hunt. At the meeting of N ov. 4, 1875, the Secretary re portedthat Dr. Hunt had accepted the task and the State Geologist reported that Dr. Hunt had already commenced his survey in Southern Pennsylvania, and that it would necessarily involve a study of the Azoic rocks. The volume in hand will sufficiently attest to this evident necessity. The survey of the Azoic rocks of Southern and Eastern Pennsylvania has been entrusted to three competent geolo gists of the regular corps, to wit To Professor Frederick Prime Jr...Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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SECOND GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF PENNSYLVANIA 1875. SPECIAL KEPOBT TRAP DYKES AND AZOIC ROCKS SOUTHBASTEE1S PEMTSYLVAKTA. T. STERRY HUNT. PABT I. HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION. HABBISBURG PUBLISHED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOB THE SJDCOJsTD GEOLOGICAL StJBVUY. 18T8. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS. His Excellency, JOHN F. HARTRANFT, Governor, and ex-offi-cio Pie ident of the Boa-id, Harrisburg. ARID PARDEE, - - - - Hazleton. WILLIAM A. INGHAM, -------PMladelpMa. HENRY S. ECKERT, ..----heading. HENRY McCoRMicK, --------Harrisbnrg. JAMES MAOFARLAISTE, --------Towanda. JOHN B. PEARSE, ---------PMladelpMa. JOSEPH WILOOX, - - - - PMladelpMa. Hon. DANIEL J. MORRELL, - - - - - Johnstown. HENRY W. OLIVER, - - - Pittsburgh. SAMTJEL Q. BROWN, --------Pleasantville. SECRBTARY OF THE BOARD. JOHN B. PEARSE, - - - - PMladelpMa. STATE GEOLOGIST. PETER LESLEY, ----------PMladelpMa. 1878. ASSISTANT GEOLOGISTS. PBBSIFOB. FRAZEB, Jr. Geologist In charge of the Survey of York, Adams, Lancaster, and Chester counties. A. E. LEHMAN Topographical Assistant, surveying the Soutn Mountains. FBEDEBICK PBIME, Jr. Geologist in charge of the Survey of Lehigh, North ampton, Berks, and Lebanon. A. P. BEBLIN Topographical Assistant, surveying the Limestone Valley and Beading Mountains. JOHN EL DE WEES Geologist m charge of the Survey of the Fc il Ore belts of the Juniata country. FBANKLIN PLATT Geologist in charge of the Survey of C earneld, Jefferson, Cambria, Somerset, Blair, c., fec. W. G. PLATT Geologist in charge of the Survey of Indiana and Armstrong counties. B. H. SANBEBS Topographical Assistant in Blair, Somerset, Cumberland, c. I. C. WHITE Geologist in charge of the Survey of Beaver, Lawrence, Mer cer, c. J. F. CABLLGeologist in chaige of the Survey of the Oil Begions. H. M. CHANCE Geologist in charge of the Survey of North Butler, Clarion, fec. C. A. ASHBUBNEB Geologist in charge of the Survey of McKean, Elk, and Forest. C. E. BILLIN Geologist in charge of the Survey of the Seven Mountains, fec. ANDBEW SHEBWOOB Geologist in charge oi the Survey of Bradfoid, Tioga, Potter, Lycoming, Sullivan, and Wyoming. F. A. GJBNTH Chemist and Mineralogist at Philadelphia. A. S. MCCBEATH Chemist, in charge of the Laboratory of the Survey, 223 Market street, Harrisburg. C. E. HALL Fossil Zoologist, in chaige of the Museum, and of the Survey of Bucks, Philadelphia, fec. LEO LESQTJEBEUX Fossil Botanist, Cohimbus, Ohio. E. B. HABBEJST In charge of Illustrations for the Beports, 1008 Clinton street, Philadelphia. CHABLES ALLEN In charge of the Collection of Becords of Bailroad and other Levels, Harrisburg. F. W. FOBMAN Clerk in charge of the Distribution of Beports from the rooms of the Board, 223 Market street, Harrisburg. LETTER BY THE STATE GEOLOGIST. PHILADELPHIA, June 14, 1878. To the Governor and Honorable Board of Commissioners of tTie Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania. GENTLEMEN I am happy to present tlie printed Report which yon requested Dr. T. S terry Hnnt for many years Chemist and Mineralogist to the Geological Snrvey of Can ada, and now Professor of Geology in the Institute of Technology, in Boston, to prepare. The resolution of the board is dated Angnst 5, 1875, and specifies the object in view as a special examination and report on the Trap rocks of Pennsylvania, the Secretary of the Board being requested to communicate with Dr. Hunt. At the meeting of N ov. 4, 1875, the Secretary re portedthat Dr. Hunt had accepted the task and the State Geologist reported that Dr. Hunt had already commenced his survey in Southern Pennsylvania, and that it would necessarily involve a study of the Azoic rocks. The volume in hand will sufficiently attest to this evident necessity. The survey of the Azoic rocks of Southern and Eastern Pennsylvania has been entrusted to three competent geolo gists of the regular corps, to wit To Professor Frederick Prime Jr...

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