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" Montana, which lies immediately north of the Yellowstone River near Livingston, and is conspicuously seen from the Northern Pacific Railroad. These mountains trend slightly west of north, and extend about forty miles with a width of fifteen miles, attaining... "
Appalachia - Seite 204
1892
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Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Band 6

Geological Society of America - 1895
...the most striking evidence of this jireat erosion is aflbrdeil by the range of the Crazy mountains, which lies immediately north of the Yellowstone river...Livingston and is conspicuously seen from the Northern Pacilic railroad. These mountains trend slightly west of north, and extend about 40 miles with a width...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Band 39

1891
...Such eruptions form the Cascade Range, the mountainous plateaus of Iceland and the much-eroded Faroe Islands, the Deccan plateau in India, the volcanic...mountains trend slightly west of north, and extend about forty miles with a width of fifteen miles, attaining an elevation of 11,178 feet above the sea and...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Band 39

1891
...previous mountain-building has raised limited areas to an exceptional altitude. But besides these erogenic upheavals, there have been broader uplifts of the...mountains trend slightly west of north, and extend about forty miles with a width of fifteen miles, attaining an elevation of 11,178 feet above the sea and...
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Summarized Proceedings and a Directory of Members, Band 40

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1892
...epirogenic movements. The sixth class of mountains is distinguished by not having an origin from any definite mountain-building process, being simply remnants...mountains trend slightly west of north, and extend about forty miles with a width of fifteen miles, attaining an elevation of 11,178 feet above the sea and...
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Summarized Proceedings and a Directory of Members, Band 40

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1892
...eplrogenic movements. The sixth class of mountains is distinguished by not having an origin from any definite mountain-building process, being simply remnants...mountains trend slightly west of north, and extend about forty miles with a width of fifteen miles, attaining an elevation of 11,178 feet above the sea and...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the ..., Band 40,Teil 1891

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1892
...mountain-building process, being simply remnants of extensive areas which have been uplifted by epirogeulc energy as great plains and since have been deeply...mountains trend slightly west of north, and extend about forty miles with a width of fifteen miles, attaining an elevation of 11,178 feet above the sea and...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the ..., Band 40,Teil 1891

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1892
...plains which slowly rise from the Mississippi valley and Manitoba westward to the foot of the Kocky mountains afford examples of this type of mountain...mountains trend slightly west of north, and extend about forty miles with a width of fifteen miles, attaining an elevation of 11,178 feet above the sea and...
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Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Band 6

Geological Society of America - 1893
...Perhaps the most striking evidence of this great erosion is afforded by the range of the Crazy mountains, which lies immediately north of the Yellowstone river...with a width of 15 miles, attaining an elevation of 1 1 ,178 feet above the sea and 5,(KK) to (i.OOO feet above the prairies at their l>ase. Their structure...
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The American Geologist: A Monthly Journal of Geology and Allied ..., Band 14

1894
...(Vnsus, vol. xv, pp 710, 737, 745. this great erosion is afforded by the range of the Crazy mountains, which lies immediately north of the Yellowstone river,...base. Their structure has been thoroughly studied by \Volft", who finds that they consist of late Cretaceous strata, soft sandstones, nearly horizontal...
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The American Geologist, Band 14

Newton Horace Winchell - 1894
...America, vol. HI, lfr'92, pp. 445--IVJ this great erosion is ufforded by the range of the Crazy mountains, which lies immediately north of the Yellowstone river,...with a width of 15 miles, attaining an elevation of 11, ITS feet above the sea, and 5,000 to 6,000 feet above the prairies at their base. Their structure...
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