Exploration of the Red River of Louisiana, in the year 1852 / by Randolph B. Marcy ; assisted by George B. McClellan. Page: 11 of 368
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I. Granite boulders
Encampment of 6th June
Gypsum Bluffs on north branch of Red river
V. Views of Gypsum Bluffs on Canadian river
VI. View near Gypsum Bluffs on Red river VII.
Border of El Llano Estacado
View near head of the Ke.che-ahl-qui-ho-no
IX. View near head of Red river
Head of Ke che-ah-qui-ho-no, or the main
Trap mountain on Cache creek
Witchita village on Rush creek
I. Section showing the order and succession of the strata from
Washington county, Arkansas, to Fort Belknap, Texas
IlI. Section on Cache creek, near its junction with Red river
IV. Section of strata on north branch of Red river, taken June 2 164
V. Section of Gypsum Bluffs on north branch of Red river,
taken June 3
VI. Out-crop of finely laminated ferruginous sandstone near
north branch of Red river
VII. Section of the borders of the Llano Estacado, taken June 16 167
VIII. Section of strata near middle branch of Red river, taken
IX. Section of bluffs between middle branch of Red river and
Dog-town river, taken June 24
All the geological sections are by Dr. George G. Shumard, surgeon to the
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Marcy, Randolph Barnes. Exploration of the Red River of Louisiana, in the year 1852 / by Randolph B. Marcy ; assisted by George B. McClellan., book, 1854; Washington, DC. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth6105/m1/11/: accessed May 27, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .