2 edition of Engineering geology of the John Day Area, Grant County, Oregon found in the catalog.
Engineering geology of the John Day Area, Grant County, Oregon
Herbert G. Schlicker
by State of Oregon, Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries in Portland, Or
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 31.
|Statement||Herbert G. Schlicker and Howard C. Brooks ; in cooperation with Grant County Board of Commissioners and the City of John Day, Oregon.|
|Series||[Open-file report] -- 0-76-6.|
|Contributions||Brooks, Howard C., Oregon. Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
John Day, Oregon John Day, Oregon — City — Location in Oregon: Coordinates: 44°25′5″N °57′18″W / °N °W / Coordinates: 44°25′5″N °57′18″W / °N °W / Country: United States: State. Grant County was created in from Wasco and Umatilla counties and was named for General Ulysses S. Grant It shares boundaries with more counties (eight) than any other county in Oregon. Grant County contains the headwaters of the John Day River, which has more miles of Wild and Scenic designation than any other river in the United.
Oregon Grant County Metsker Maps, Image Quality: For a full list of all published atlases of this area, browse the collection by state. Maps. Indicates a map that is georeferenced. Page - Township 7 S., Range 30 E., John Day river, Eightmile Creek, Fisher, Twelvemile, Sulphur Gulch. The Grant County Planning Commission and State Department of Geology and Mineral Industries have cooperated most cordially in the program to better inform in terested visitors about the geology of the country they are seeing. GEOLOGIC HISTORY The John Day Country of today covers an area of .
The first Grant County Fair was held in October in John Day, Oregon on land that was donated by the Trowbridge family to the Agricultural Society for the purpose of holding a fair and race meet annually. Formalized Agreement. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
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Original water rights certificates are filed with the Oregon Water Resources Department. Road and bridge records by Grant County (Or.). John Day is a city located about 2 miles ( km) north of Canyon City in Grant County, Oregon, at the intersection of U.S. Routes 26 and The city was named for the nearby John Day River, which had been named for a Virginian member of the Astor Expedition, John Day.
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Munro Area, John Day Fossil Beds State Park. The valley of the John Day River has been widened to nearly five miles by erosion in the John Day Formation. Large tilted slide blocks of the John Day Formation and basalts jumbled together show how important landsliding of soft beds under hard rocks can be in widening valleys.
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InOregon was still a new state of just three years. Aside from a few exploration parties and trappers passing through, and some Native American tribes living in the area, life was pretty darn quiet in Grant County which wasn t even Grant County yet.
And then summertime came and, as the song says, What a difference a day makes. Chamber Members Throughout Grant County. Below is a list of local businesses in Grant County. Click on the links below for more information on each business or.
The river system in Grant County includes the upper miles of the Main Stem, all of the miles of the North Fork, all 75 miles of the Middle Fork, and all 60 miles of the South Fork of the John Day River. From Grant County, the lower John Day River flows another miles to.
The properties above mentioned in the John Day District are all within Grant County, Oregon, with the exception of the Record Mine. The Record Mint is located in Baker County, Oregon, and would be an individual operation by reason of its location the shipping point for this property would be Baker, Oregon, 60 miles by A number of K-Ar ages on rocks shown on source maps as part of the Clarno Formation are in the range of about 36 to 19 Ma (Fiebelkorn and others, ).
Although these rocks are lithologically similar to, but generally less altered than, rocks of the Clarno Formation, they are coeval with the John Day Formation.
Admission Blue Star Military Families – free Seniors (62 and up) and Veterans $ Adults (17 – 61) $ Young Folks (7 – 16) $ Under 7 – Free. This covers much of the work done on the geology in the Mitchell area. It is a good place to start. T.,The Geologic setting of the John Day Country, Grant County, Oregon: USGS Special Pub.
a, b Mullen E.D., and Sarewitz,Paleozoic and Triassic terranes of the Blue Mountains, northeast Oregon: Oregon Geology, v. 45, nos. Munro (now Blue Basin) Area, John Day Fossil Beds State Park (now National Monument). The valley of the John Day River has been widened to nearly five miles by erosion in the John Day Formation.
Large tilted slide blocks of the John Day Formation and basalts jumbled together show how important landsliding of soft beds under hard rocks can be in. In two pivotal events occured in Grant County: One, of course, was the discovery of gold. The second was that B. Trowbridge took out the first homestead claim in what was to be Grant County.
(in the area of Grant County was still known as a part of Wasco County, which at one time covered all of eastern Oregon. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project 61, free ebooks; The Geologic Setting of the John Day Country: Grant County, Oregon by Thayer.
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Holliday Rest Area. The main John Day fault, which here is buried under river gravel, is believed to be just south of the rest area. A parallel step fault (Fig. 2) cuts from left to right across the southern slope of Mt. Vernon Butte about where the juniper trees thin out.Bordering Counties: +Grant Co.
borders more other counties than does any other Oregon county; 8. Major Highways: + Hwy. goes north and south and Hwy. 26 traverses east and west. Et cetera: + Grant County contains the head waters of the John Day River, which has more miles of Wild and Scenic designation than any other river in the U.S.