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Report on the Geology of Vermont: Descriptive, Theoretical, Economical amd Scenographical, Volumes I and II:
by E. Hitchcock, LL.D., A. Hager, A.M., E. Hitchcock Jr., M.D., and C. Hitchcock, A.M.

Vol I, p. 1-207 Vol. I, p. 208-558 Vol. II, p. 559-822 Vol. II, p. 822-982 Plate I - Bedrock Map
Plate II - Surficial Map Plate III - CT River Terraces Plate IV - Terraces at Bellows Falls Plate V - Terraces Plate VIII - Maps of Rutland and Isle LaMotte

Plate XV - Cross-sections

Plate VI - Terraces

Plate VII -Terraces

Plate XVIII - Plymouth
Plate IX - Fossils
Plate X - Fossils

Plate XI - Fossils
Plate XII - Fossils

Plate XIII - Trilobites
Plate XIV -
Plate XVI - Cross-sections Plate XVII - Cross-sections  
Lithographs:
Mt. Mansfield
Willoughby Lake
Lake Memphremagog
Willoughby Lake
Sunderland Falls
Pico, Killington & Shrewsbury
Cavendish Falls
Lana Cascade
Clay Point & Camels Hump
Gorges on the Winooski
Moss Glen Falls
Middlesex Narrows
Orvis Rocking Stone
Manchester & Equinox Mtn.
Observatory, Equinox House Equinox Trout Pond
Brattleboro
Sheldon and Slason's Marble Quarry
  Ascutney Plymouth Ponds    

 

Generalized Geologic 
	Map of Vermont - 1970 - click for larger map image

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