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subject : Mines and mineral resources--Alabama--Maps.
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1975 ed.; Includes directory of active mines and quarries on verso.
Beg, Mirza Akhtar, 1943- (creator)
George, I. David.; Geological Survey of Alabama. (contributor)
1975
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"Compiled from various sources, chiefly from information and unpublished maps and notes given by the Alabama State Geological Survey, and by Frank Y. Anderson, Land Commissioner Queen and Crescent System of Railroads" is printed on a strip pasted over and obliterating the original text.; No coordinates; Relief shown by hachures.; "Copyright 1890 by Hermann Alber."; Covers the area north of Centreville in Bibb County, excluding Franklin, Lawrence, Colbert, Lawrence and Lauderdale and Limestone counties in the northwest corner where the title is printed.; Color coded explanation for types of ore, mines, quaries and furnaces.; Below title statement: "Copyright 1890 by Hermann Alber."; In lower right corner: "Lith. By Roberts & Son Birmingham, Ala."
Committee appointed for the Reception of the Iron and Steel Institute of Engineers (publisher)
Alber, Hermann. (creator)
Geological Survey of Alabama.; Iron and Steel Institute of Engineers.; Roberts & Son (Birmingham, Ala.); Lith. by Roberts & Son) (contributor)
1890
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Shows distribution of barite, copper, bauxite, gold, petroleum, asphaltic limestone, asphaltic sandstone, graphite, mica, oolitic (building) limestone, salt, tin, kaolin, kyanite, clay, ocher, fuller's earth, fluorite, glass sand, silica, corundum, asbestos, lead, and arsenic.; "See maps no. 1, 2 & 3 for coal, iron, ore and limestone deposits."; "Source: Alabama Geological Survey; Walter B. Jones, State Geologist."
Alabama State Planning and Industrial Development Board (publisher)
Alabama. State Planning and Industrial Development Board. (creator)
Geological Survey of Alabama. (contributor)
1960
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Shows roads, railroads, towns, township grid, and counties.; Includes "explanation" key to colors used.; "Base compiled from the records of the U.S. Land Office. Free use has also been made of the Atlas sheets of the U.S. Geological Survey."
Geological Survey of Alabama. (creator)
Smith, Eugene Allen, 1841-1927.; McCalley, Henry, 1852-1904.; Squire, Joseph.; Gibson, A. M.; Langdon, Daniel W., Jr.; Johnson, Lawrence C.; Julius Bien & Co. (contributor)
1894
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