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176 Junction of Deer Range and Bullrush Canyons. Highland of Navajo sandstone (upper left), Park Wash lower left: Panoramic with no. 2700. Kane County, UT, 19401940uum_mapImage
177 Eroded edge of basalt flow from Bald Knoll. White Cliffs, Navajo sandstone (upper right); middle Johnson Canyon. Kane County, UT, 19401940uum_mapImage
178 Tomb of Elija Averett, killed by Indians (1866) Averett Wash. Kane County, UT, 19401940uum_mapImage
179 Fault, Navajo sandstone (right), Carmel formation (left), head of box canyon in Lick Wash. Kane County, UT, 19401940uum_mapImage
180 Sheep Creek at head of box canyon. Navajo sandstone (foreground) followed by Carmel and Entrada. Kane County, UT, 19401940uum_mapImage
181 Bald Knoll Volcanic Cone near head of Johnson Creek. Kane County, UT. 19401940uum_mapImage
182 Bald Knoll Volcanic Cone near head of Johnson Creek. Kane County, UT. 19401940uum_mapImage
183 Scoriaceous material near vent of volcanic Black Knoll1940uum_mapImage
184 Gypsum bed, Curtis overlying Entrada, Averett Wash1940uum_mapImage
185 Post Wasatch Sevier(?) formation (foreground and center) capped by lavas of Sevier Plateau (horizon) at head of north fork of Linekiln Wash. Garfield County, UT, 19401940uum_mapImage
186 Post-Wasatch Sevier(?) formation, upper part) green sandstone in columns, white, cherty limestone and lava(top)1940uum_mapImage
187 Bedded clays and lime silts. Pleistocene(?) lacustrine deposits overlain by basalt, Castro Canyon. Garfield County, UT, 19401940uum_mapImage
188 Alluvial wall of trench dug since 1920(?), post Wasatch marls at base. Red Creek. Garfield County, UT, 19401940uum_mapImage
189 Post-Wasatch Sevier(?) formation, lower part: erosion features of clays and silts1940uum_mapImage
190 Post-Wasatch Sevier(?) formation, lower part: erosion features of clays and silts1940uum_mapImage
191 Post-Wasatch Sevier(?) formation, lower part: erosion features of clays and silts1940uum_mapImage
192 Post-Wasatch Sevier(?) formation, lower part: erosion features of clays and silts1940uum_mapImage
193 Walls of alluvium along Red Creek, with post-Wasatch underlying (right). Garfield County, UT, 19401940uum_mapImage
194 Moenkopi formation showing in succession Shnabkaib, lower red, Virgin limestone (double rich), middle red, Shnabkaib, and upper red member; Shinarump conglomerate (crest and top of cuesta), Chinle including Springdale member (low cliff, upper left): Taylor Creek. Washington County, UT, 19401940uum_mapImage
195 Ridge of Shinarump conglomerate (center) extending from Taylor Creek to Camp Creek; Moenkopi (cliffs and slopes) at left, Chinle Valley at right. Washington County, UT, 19401940uum_mapImage
196 Casto Bluff head of Casto Canyon southwest edge of Sevier Plateau. Acidic lava underlain by Sevier(?) formation, Garfield County, UT, 19411941uum_mapImage
197 White sandstone beds between the Springdale and Petrified forest member of the Chinle, Taylor Creek. Washington County, UT, 19401940uum_mapImage
198 Petrified forest member of the Chinle formation, Taylor Creek. Washington County, UT, 19401940uum_mapImage
199 Same as 2751, shows eroded top of Sevier Plateau1941uum_mapImage
200 Casto Bluff, detail thick lava beds in Sevier(?) formation1941uum_mapImage
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