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Geological Survey of Texas.
First-fourth annual report of the Geological survey of Texas, 1889-1892.
Austin, Texas, State Print. Office, 1890-1893
|All Authors / Contributors:||
E T Dumble; Geological Survey of Texas.
|Notes:||Some of the maps in pockets.
At head of title: Department of agriculture, insurance, statistics, and history.
No more published.
|Description:||4 volumes illustrations, maps, 21 cm|
|Contents:||v. 1. Report of state geologist.--Reports of geologists.--Accompanying papers: Preliminary report on the geology of the Gulf Tertiary of Texas, by R.A.F. Penrose, Jr. A brief description of the Cretaceous rocks of Texas and their economic uses, by R.T. Hill. The southern border of the central coal field, by W.F. Cummins. The Permian of Texas and its overlying beds, by W.F. Cummins. A preliminary report on the coal fields of the Colorado River, by R.S. Tarr. Geology of Trans-Pecos Texas, preliminary statement, by W. von Streeuwitz. A preliminary report on the central mineral region of Texas, by T.B. Comstock.--v. 2. Report of state geologist.--Reports of geologists.--Accompanying papers: Reports on the iron district of east Texas [by E.T. Dumble and others].|