David Dale Owen Drawings: Arkansas II
In his two Reports as Arkansas state geologist, David Dale Owen included original drawings. The full citation of Owen's second report follows:
David Dale Owen, Second Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of the Middle and Southern Counties of Arkansas, Made During the Years 1859 and 1860, C. Sherman & Son, Printers, Philadelphia, 1860.
The six color drawings from this report are reproduced here.
VIEW OF THE HOT SPRINGS OF ARKANSAS, LOOKING SOUTH
SHORT MOUNTAIN FROM THE HAGUEWOOD PRAIRIE SANDSTONES, SHALES AND THIN COAL OF THE MILLSTONE GRIT
MAGAZINE MOUNTAIN FROM STONE POINT IN THE GRAND PRAIRIE OF FRANKLIN COUNTY SAND-STONES, SHALES & THIN COAL OF THE MILLSTONE GRIT
CORTES MOUNTAIN FROM HODGES PRAIRIE, EASTERN TERMINATION OF THE SUGAR-LOAF RANGE, SEBASTIAN COUNTY
NATURAL ABUTMENTS OF THE WHITE NOVACULITE ROCK ON THE OUACHITA RIVER, AT ROCKPORT, HOT-SPRING COUNTY, ARKANSAS
SUNK LANDS LOOKING NORTH FROM THE DEEP LANDING
David Dale Owen Drawings: Arkansas I
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