reconnaissance from Resurrection Bay to the Tanana River, Alaska, in 1898 by Walter C. Mendenhall

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  • Alaska.

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  • Geological surveys -- Alaska.

Edition Notes

Extract from the 20th annual report of the U.S. Geological survey, 1898-99, pt. viii.

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Statementby Walter Curran Mendenhall ...
The Physical Object
Pagination1 p. l., 265-340 p.
Number of Pages340
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Open LibraryOL250739M
LC Control Numbergs 06001093

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Brooks, A.H.,A reconnaissance in the White and Tanana river basins, Alaska, inin Walcott, C.D., Twentieth annual report of the United States Geological Survey, Part VII - explorations in Alaska in U.S.

Geological Survey Annual Report VII, p. Publication Products. This publication is part of a larger work. Early in Mendenhall 2 made a hasty examination of the Mills, Canyon, and Sixmile creek placers.

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a Report on the region between Resurrection Bay and the Tanana River: Maps and Descriptions of Routes of Exploration in Alaska inpp. A reconnaissance from Resurrection Bay to the Tanana River, Alaska, in JS9S: Twentieth Ann.

Rept. Ueol. Survey, pt. 7, pp. bCoal resources of southeastern Alaska: Bull. Glacier and down Klutina River to Copper Center and beyond.

The same year W. Mendenhall,3 acting in a similar capacity to another military expedition under Capt. Edwin F. Glenn, crossed this region on a reconnaissance from Resurrection Bay to Tanana River.

His route was along Matanuska River. Alaska route of military expedition: in charge of Captain E.F. Glenn, U.S.A., from Knik Arm to Tanana River, Additional title: From Knik Arm to Tanana River, Names Geological Survey (U.S.) (Creator) Walcott, Charles D.

(Charles Doolittle), (Creator) Mendenhall, Walter C. (Walter Curran), (Creator) United States. Bay, and in the vicinity of Copper Mountain. The following descriptions are confined chiefly to properties on which considerable development work has been done since the report «Mendenhall, W.

C., A reconnaissance from Resurrection Bay to the Tanana River, Alaska, in Twentieth Ann. Rept. Geol. Survey, pt. 7, pp. Mendenhall, W.C.,A reconnaissance from Resurrection Bay to the Tanana River, Alaska, inin Walcott, C.D., Twentieth annual report of the United States Geological Survey, Part VII - explorations in Alaska in U.S.

Geological Survey Annual Report VII, p. Mendenhall, "A Reconnaissance from Resurrection Bay to the Tanana River, Alaska," ibid., pp. GLACIATION OF THE ALASKA RANGE under Captain E.

Glenn, crossed Delta Pass. Since that year geologic and topographic surveys have gradually been extended until only small portions of the range are now unknown. Tanana and White Rivers. Forty Mile Quadrangle. The last map is in color, the others are black and white, most quite large.

Important Special Reports on the Sushitna and Kuskokwim, White River, Fortymile expeditions. Reports on Resurrection Bay area, William Sound and Copper River, and Yukon District. Ten Fantastic Large Format Maps of Alaska. MINERAL RESOURCES OF ALASKA ° BO Miles FIGURE 7. Index map showing location of the Portage Pass area, Alaska.

PREVIOUS INVESTIGATIONS The first geologist to visit this locality was W. Mendenhall,1 who in examined the rocks at the head of Passage Canal, then known as Portage Bay, and made two round trips across Portage Glacier to. Upward Sun River is the name of an archeological site found in the Tanana River Valley in the interior of Alaska.

The site was made famous in with the discovery of the remains of a young girl and then in with the discovery of two infant remains, buried perh years ago.

This volume contains five reports on Alaska: A reconnaissance in the Sushitna Basin; A reconnaissance in the Southwestern Alaska; A reconnaissance from Resurrection Bay to the Tanana River; A reconnaissance of a part of Prince William Sound and the Copper River district; and A reconnaissance in the White and Tanana river basins.

No ownership : Charles D Walcott. His first assignment, as geologist to Military Expedition No. 3 was a reconnaissance from Resurrection Bay to the Tanana River. The discoveries of gold in the Klondike in gen- erated a demand for knowledge of possible routes to the min- eralized areas in interior Alaska, and this expedition of was directed to seek information on.

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Geological Survey 20th Annual Report, pt. 7, p. – Becker, G.F.,Reconnaissance of some gold fields of southern Alaska, with some notes on general geology: U.S.

Geological Survey 18th annual report, Part 3, p. 20th annual report, part vii /reconnaissance in the susitna basin and adjacent, reconnaissance in sw alaska, reconnaissance in resurrection bay to the tanana river, reconnaissance of a part of prince william sound & the copper river district, reconnaissance in the white and tanana river basins, cl, 5 plates in pocket, $ Walcott, C.D.,Twentieth annual report of the United States Geological Survey, Part VII - explorations in Alaska in U.S.

Geological Survey Annual Report VII, p. Deposit. Mendenhall, W.C.,A reconnaissance from Resurrection Bay to the Tanana River, Alaska, in U.S. Geological Survey 20th Annual Report, part 7, p. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR GEOLOGICAL SURVEY METALLIC MINERAL RESOURCES MAP OF THE ANCHORAGE QUADRANGLE, ALASKA Compiled by Edward H.

Cobb and Neal A. Matson, Jr. Open-file map This map is preliminary and has not been edited or reviewed for conformity with Geological Survey. Mendenhall, W.C.,A reconnaissance from Resurrection Bay to the Tanana River, Alaska, in U.S. Geological Survey 20th Annual Report, part 7, p. Deposit Cobb, E.H.,Summary of references to mineral occurrences (other than mineral fuels and construction materials in the Anchorage quadrangle, Alaska: U.S.

Geological. Ferrian, O.J., and Schmoll, H.R. () Extensive proglacial lake of Wisconsin Age in the Copper River Basin, Alaska (abstract). Geological Society of America A reconnaissance from Resurrection Bay to the Tanana River, Alaska. U.S. Geological Survey 20th Annual Report, Part 7: Explorations in Alaska,U.S.

Geological Survey, Reston, VA. of this pass the mountains were unexplored untilwhen J. Spurr' crossed from the Skwentna basin to the Kuskokwim, Eldridge2 ascended the Susitna and crossed Broad Pass to Nenana River, and Mendenhall,3 attached to an army exploratory party 1 J.

Spurr, "A Reconnaissance in Southwestern Alaska, in ," Tutwentieth. Alfred Hulse Brooks, of the United States Geological Survey, as geologist in the party of Mr. Peters, inmade geologic studies in Tanana and White river basins in Alaska.

Again, inwith Peters's party, he made a reconnaissance from Pyramid harbor at. Five sections by the authors listed above are titled; 1] A Reconnaissance in the Sushitna BAsin and adjacent territory, Alaska, in ; 2] A reconnaissance in southerwestern Alaska in ; 3] A reconnaissance from Resurrection Bay to the Tanana River, Alaska, in ; 4] A reconnaissance of a part Read more.

the Director of the U.S. Geological Survey, under the title, "A Reconnaissance from Resurrection Bay to the Tanana River, Alaska, in ," pages toA somewhat more complete description of the work of this expedition was published under the title "Reports of Explorations in the Territory of Alaska,".

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Geological Survey 20th Annual Report, pt. 7, p. Mitchell, P. A.,Geology. (Barry I: ) No confirmed artifacts from this historic shipbuilding site in Resurrection Bay have been found to date. A small party of the United States Geological Society (USGS) which was exploring Alaska from Cook Inlet northward to discover a route from tidewater to the Tanana River, landed at Resurrection Bay on Exposed in Matanuska Valley; Matanuska River flows nearly along strike of series.

Consists chiefly of shales (red, green, and buff), many coarser beds including heavy bed of conglomerate not less than ft thick at base of Castle Mountain.

Limestone bed, ft thick, is exposed near Limestone Gap and along upper course of Bubb Creek.Explorations in Alaska Headwaters of Skwentna and Kuskokwim rivers, and vicinity of Katmai.

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