General Soil Map, Grayson County, Texas Side: 1 of 1
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0 (NEARLY LEVEL TO STRONGLY SLOPING. CLAYEY AND LOAMY SOILS:
I5- ON UPLANDS
9 Normage-Cockett Wilson: Dep, very slow ly prmeable, loamy sods
F[ rilA u rHouston sl k M lerately deep and deep. moderately slowly
Srneabl and very slowly Fxrmea ble, clayey soils
.- // 1 W VertlHerderl Moderatlely deep rid duep vury slowly permeable clayey soils
--7 Sdnger Bolar: Deep and moderately deep, very slowl permeable arid nodaer aely
permeable, clayey and loamy soils
.] GENTLY SLOPING TO STRONGLY SLOPING LOAMY AND SANDY SOILS;
1 ON UPLANDS
*/ CallI sbu ri . I. I a . DeV n mp,,od'' awlyp.ma1 top, 1oiyrJ'rrr~i
1[ Collisburg Crosstell GasI Deep moderately pesrmeable to very slowly permeable,
loalrny arld sandy soiLS
htiwr'ght Howeddy Very shaLow to moderately deep, moderately
f 5 rmeable and moderately slowly per.mable. Ioamy soils
S9 \ Aubrey: Moderately deep, slowly permeab, loa y SOils
NEARLY LEVEL TO GENTLY SLOPING, CLAYEY AND LOAMY SOILS,
ON TERRACES AND BOTTOM LANDS
5 e g 9El obA Trinity Rdlake , D p, moderately slowly p[errrable and very slowly
.. ~ permeable, lnamy soils
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9 Rasuoo'Okay'Oklared Dc'tp, moderatd~y perm able and rroderate , raprdly
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United States. Soil Conservation Service. General Soil Map, Grayson County, Texas, map, 1980; Washington D.C.. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth130291/m1/1/: accessed April 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.