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BL1869. The Geology of East Texas, by E. T. Dumble. 325 p., 1 map, 12 plates, 1918.
Keywords: E. T. Dumble, East Texas, Texas
From the Introduction
The special area covered by this report! is a strip of country over 100 miles in width lying between parallels of 30° 30' and 32° and extending from the Sabine to the Brazos or the line of the Houston & Texas Central Railway. The mapped area includes, in whole or in, part, the following counties:
A proper presentation of its geological features, however, involves a consideration of a more extended region. Consequently, the report embraces more or less detail of a very considerable portion of Texas and parts of Louisiana and Arkansas.
Dumble, E. T., 1918, The Geology of East Texas: University of Texas, Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology and Technology, Bulletin 1869, 325 p.