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Report on the Cahaba coal field

by Geological Survey of Alabama.

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Published by Brown Printing Co. in Montgomery, Ala .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coal -- Alabama.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Joseph Squire. With an a appendix on the geology of the valley regions adjacent to the Cahaba field, by Eugene A. Smith.
    ContributionsSquire, Joseph., Smith, Eugene Allen, 1841-1927.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTH805 .A686
    The Physical Object
    Pagination189 p.
    Number of Pages189
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23368512M

    Comments - Pocket Map of the Cahaba Coal Field is missing Size - about x", hardbound No. Pages - Condition - Covers are disbound from the book, and binding is loose on some pages at both the front and the back, a bit of writing inside, covers a bit worn at the spine and corners, could easily be rebound with the original Rating: % positive. Report upon the Coosa coal field, with sections, (Montgomery, Ala., Roemer printing co., ), by Alexander Montgomery Gibson (page images at HathiTrust) Report on the Cahaba coal field, (Montgomery, Ala., The Brown Printing Co., ), by Joseph Squire and Eugene Allen Smith (page images at HathiTrust).

    Map of the Cahaba Coal Field Publication Info: New York: Bien and Co., ; manuscript map of the SW quarter of the original of ; for the Geological Survey of Alabama. At the end of , the Black Warrior basin of Alabama, had cumulative CBM production of about , MMcf. 8 In the Cahaba coal field of Alabama (Fig. 1) in .

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Report on the Cahaba coal field by Geological Survey of Alabama. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Squire, Joseph. Report on the Cahaba coal field. Montgomery, Ala., Brown Print. Co., (OCoLC) Scale ca. Shows the coal fields in Shelby Co. and Bibb Co. Includes text and cross section.

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State geologist. Special report Volume 2 of Geological survey Alabama Issue 2 of Special Report (Alabama. Geological Survey) Issue 2 of Special report (Geological Survey of Alabama) Authors: Joseph Squire, Geological Survey of Alabama, Eugene Allen Smith: Publisher: Brown Printing Company.

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Full text of "Report on the Cahaba coal field" See other formats. Title. Report on the Cahaba coal field, By. Geological Survey of Alabama. Squire, Joseph. Smith, Eugene Allen, “While concentrating on the Cahaba Coal Field, Diamonds in the Rough focuses on mining practices and labor problems throughout the coal industry in the Birmingham district from the mids to the s.

Not only is Day's book an appealing account, it is an excellence reference and adds to the collective knowledge of the mining industry at a Cited by: 2. .This book was written by my Great, Great Grandfather, who was a well-to-do geologist from England who settled in Alabama.

I perused the book, and while it may not prove to be a gripping drama, it is a comprehensive, intelligent geographical report on the coal fields around the Cahaba river in Alabama (near the Birmingham area).Cited by: 1. The item Report on the Cahaba coal field, by Joseph Squire ; with an appendix on the geology of the valley regions adjacent to the Cahaba field, by Eugene A.

Smith. --represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in University of Manitoba Libraries. Geological Survey of Alabama: Report on the Cahaba coal field, (Montgomery, Ala.: Brown Printing Co., ), also by Eugene Allen Smith and Joseph Squire (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).

Free 2-day shipping. Buy Report on the Cahaba Coal Field at nd: Joseph Squire. Smith, E. / REPORT ON THE CAHABA COAL FIELD by J. Squire, with an appendix on the Geology of the Valley Regions adjacent to the Cahaba Field, Montgomery,cl, pages, 31 figs., 7 plates, the separate map of the Cahaba Field and Adjacent in not included; this is the cleanest copy of the book I have ever offered, - 3 - $ A coalfield is an area of certain uniform characteristics where coal is mined.

The criteria for determining the approximate boundary of a coalfield are geographical and cultural, in addition to geological.

A coalfield often groups the seams of coal, railroad companies, cultural groups, and watersheds and other geographical considerations. Census Report for ” where the level of production for Alabama for that year is reported at tons (Abele 24).

Truman Heminway Aldrich, in his notes to Eugene A. Smith, State Geologist, reports that the first systematic attempt at mining and shipping coal from the Cahaba Coal Field occurred near the southwestern extremity ofFile Size: 1MB.

Pea Ridge is an unincorporated community in Shelby County, Alabama, United community is named for Pea Ridge, the broadest ridge in the Cahaba Coal ridge divides the waters of the Cahaba River and Little Cahaba River.

Pea Ridge has maintained a volunteer fire department since County: Shelby. Page - J sec. 34, and there are outcrops of a bed which is reported to be about 8 feet thick in an old test pit near the center of the NE.

J sec. ° These strata are bounded on the northwest by a fault, and are badly broken up. Near the center of the SE. J sec. 33 there is an outcrop of soft, oolitic ore in thin beds interstratified with shaly seams.

coal field has been carried on through the cooperation of the State and Federal authorities, but the field work has been done entirely by the geologists of the United States Geological : Marius Robinson Campbell. The Cahaba coal field: A potential coalbed methane development area in central Alabama Book Telle, W.R.

; Thompson, D.A. Inthe University of Alabama School of Mines and Energy Development drilled a 3,foot corehole in the Cahaba coal field of central Alabama providing the first non-proprietary data on the gas content of coals in that.

Blocton, Al. CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY OF SIGNIFICANT EVENTS. The first coal was mined in Alabama. The first coke was made from Alabama coal for foundry use. The first underground mining was conducted in the Cahaba coal field. The future founder of Blocton, Truman Aldrich, entered the coal business in Alabama.

Many of the capitalists are the same: Truman H. Aldrich, Henry F. DeBardeleben, and James W. Sloss, among others; however, the plethora of small independent enterprises, properties of the coal itself, and technological considerations distinguish the Brand: James Sanders Day.Aldrich also supplied information on the coal fields he had surveyed to John Witherspoon Dubose and to Squire's Report on the Cahaba Coal Field published by the Geological Survey of Alabama in Later career.

In Aldrich faced a major labor strike initiated by the United Mine Workers of America. He defeated this strike by hiring, for Alma mater: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.Map of the Cahaba Coal Field: Publication Info: NY: Bien and Co., ; manuscript map of the SW quarter of the original of ; for the Geological Survey of Alabama: Date: Scale:Original Source: Geological Survey of Alabama.