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65. Origins of Stratigraphy (2004)



by John Fuller

A historical guidebook to the early days of stratigraphical geology in the Bath area, illustrated by many diagrams and photographs of locations associated with the working lives of John Strachey and William Smith.

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Table of Contents

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Table of Contents


PREFACE

LIST OF FIGURES

INTRODUCTION

Geology of the Strata in England before 1719
John Strachey
'Stonehenge Stukeley' and the Easterly Dip
William Smith
William Smith's Geology after 1801

ITINERARY OF SITES IN BATH

No.29 Great Pulteney Street
Trim Street
Bloomfield Crescent
Batheaston Coal Trial

ITINERARY OF SITES SOUTH OF BATH

Sutton Court
Strachey's Section of the Strata
Stowey and the Jones Inheritance
Rugbourne Farm, High Littleton
Mearns Colliary
The Somersetshire Coal Canal
Dunkerton Wharf and the Fosse Way
Dunkerton, the old Swan Inn
Combe Hay, Rowley Farm and Caisson House
Tucking Mill, Midford
Hill Farm, Midford
Broadfield Farm
Farleigh Hungerford

CONCLUDING REMARKS

General Information on Sources and Text References


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