Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey to the Secretary of the Interior

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1906 - Forest reserves

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Page 60 - Harrison, the area mapped being 30 square miles, for publication on the scale of 1 : 62,500, with a contour interval of 20 feet. For the control of the...
Page 90 - Landslides in the San Juan Mountains, Colorado, including a consideration of their causes and their classification, by Ernest Howe.
Page 12 - Hagerstown quadrangle was commenced, the total area mapped being 402 square miles, for publication on the scale of 1 : 62,500, with a contour interval of 20 feet.
Page 32 - That the President may, at any time in his discretion, temporarily withdraw from settlement, location, sale, or entry any of the public lands of the United States including the District of Alaska and reserve the same for waterpower sites, irrigation, classification of lands, or other public purposes to be specified in the orders of withdrawals...
Page 41 - Genres, the total area mapped being 5,39 square miles, for publication on the scale of 1 :62,500, with a contour interval of 20 feet. For the control of the...
Page 92 - BULLETIN 31. Incidental problems in gas-producer tests, by RH Fernald, CD Smith, JK Clement, and HA Grine.
Page 11 - Kendig, the total area mapped being 250 square miles, for publication on the scale of 1 : 62,500, with a contour interval of 50 feet. For the control of this area William Oram ran 64 miles of primary levels and established 20 permanent bench marks.
Page 33 - O'Fallon sheet, in Calhoun and Jersey counties, was mapped by Mr. Paul Holman, topographer, for publication on the scale of 1 :125,000, with a contour interval of 50 feet. The...
Page 13 - York counties, was begun, the total area mapped being 548 square miles, for publication on the scale of 1:62,500, with a contour interval of 20 feet. This work was done by RC McKinney, SP Floore, RH Reineck, RA Kiger, WN Vance, arid Duncan Hannegan.

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