Pawpaw-Hancock folio, Maryland-West Virginia-Pennsylvania
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DescriptionPawpaw-Hancock folio, Maryland-West Virginia-Pennsylvania
SubjectOrdovician - Juniata formation; Martinsburg shale; Beekmantown limestone
Silurian - Tonoloway limestone; Wills Creek shale; McKenzie formation; Clinton shale; Tuscarora sandstone
Paleogene - unnamed strata
Devonian - Catskill formation; Jennings formation; Romney shale; Oriskany sandstone; Helderberg limestone
Carboniferous - Purslane sandstone; Rockwell formation; Pinkerton sandstone; Myers shale; Hedges shale
Neogene - unnamed strata
Cambrian - Conococheague limestone
Geology -- United States --Maps
Stose, George Willis, 1869-1960. (1912). Pawpaw-Hancock folio, Maryland-West Virginia-Pennsylvania. Geological Survey (United States). Available electronically from
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