Proceedings, Volume 2

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Vol. 1-3, include the Annual reports, 1892-1902, v. 1-11, and Special papers, no. 1-7, 1899-1903.
 

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Page 17 - Hocking and the south branch of Wolf creek, it is quite possible that, at some remote period, the waters of Wolf creek were discharged into the Ohio river instead of the Muskingum. This opinion is strengthened from the fact, that the head branches of the south fork now rise within two miles of the Ohio, and run northerly, parallel with and opposite to, the course of the Muskingum for 12 miles, and joins that river, 20 miles from its mouth.
Page 17 - These islands are but seldom visited, because early in the spring and late in the fall it is dangerous sailing in their bark canoes ; and in the summer they are so infested with various kinds of serpents (but chiefly rattle-snakes) that it is dangerous landing.
Page 17 - Washington county, in the midst of the marl region, is a locality of fossil fresh water shells, of the genus unio. They are imbedded in coarse sand or gravel, cemented by ferruginous matter. The specimens are casts, replaced by an argillaceous oxide of iron. The spot in which they are found has once evidently been the bed of an ancient lake or pond. It is now a beautiful valley of a mile or more in width, by four miles in length, surrounded by low hills. On the south side, a small branch drains the...
Page 84 - Cdithcmit p. 318 Wings without dark markings beyond the nodus. 11. 11. Wings black at extreme base; pterostigma not more than twice as long as wide; sectors of arculus usually distinctly stalked ; sectors of the triangle in the hind wings arising from its hind angle.
Page 17 - On Mr. Lawton's farm, in Barlow township, Washington county, in the midst of the marl region, is a locality of fossil fresh water shells, of the genus unio. They are imbedded in coarse sand or gravel, cemented by ferruginous matter. The specimens are casts, replaced by an argillaceous oxide of iron. The spot in which they are found, has once evidently been the bed of an ancient lake or pond.
Page 60 - It is directly concerned with the air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat, the materials upon which we expend our labor, and the things which we buy and sell.
Page 17 - Muskingum for 12 miles, and join that river, 20 miles from its mouth. The remains of its ancient beds would form pools and ponds of standing water, furnishing fit residences for the fresh water shells, whose fossil remains are now found there. Great changes have, evidently, been made in the direction of all our water courses, before they found their present levels.

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