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Map showing the distribution of the principal clay bearing formations of New Jersey
- Trenton, N.J. : Geological Survey of New Jersey, 1903.
New Jersey Geological Survey Companion text: The clays and clay industry of New Jersey / Heinrich Ries, H. B. Kummel, G. N. Knapp. New Jersey Geological Survey. Final Report of the State Geologist v.6. 1904. 547p.,vol. of enclosures. Plate 10. Copy of map in volume of enclosures with text.
- Clay, Geology, Mines and mineral resources, and New Jersey—Maps
- Call number:
- 8565.665.2 v.6 (text)
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