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Relations of Gravel Deposits in the Northern Part of Glacial Lake Charles, Massachusetts

Frederick G. Clapp
The Journal of Geology
Vol. 12, No. 3 (Apr. - May, 1904), pp. 198-214
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30056700
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    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • W. O. Crosby and A. W. Grabau, American Geologist, Vol. XVII (1896), No. 2, pp. 128-30
    • F. G. Clapp, "Geological History of the Charles River," Techno- logical Quarterly, Vol. XIV (1901), No. 3, pp. 171-201
    • No. 4, pp. 255-69
    • Ameri- can Geologist, Vol. XXIX (1902), pp. 218-33
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • W. M. Davis, "The Subglacial Origin of Certain Eskers," Proc. B. S. N. H. Vol. XXV (1892), pp. 477-99
    • F. P. Gulliver, "The Newtonville Sand Plain," Journal of Geology, Vol. I (1893), pp. 803-12
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    I. C. Russell, "Expedition to Mt. St. Elias, Alaska," National Geographical Magazine, Vol. III, pp. 106-8.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • J. B. Woodworth, "Some Typical Eskers of Southern New England," Proceed- ings of the Boston Society of Natural History, Vol. XXVI, pp. 197-220
    • W. M. Davis, "The Subglacial Origin of Certain Eskers," ibid., Vol. XXV, pp. 477-99
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    A. W. Grabau, "Lake Bouvé," 0cc. Papers, Boston Society of Natural History, Vol. IV, part III, pp. 564-600.