Eastport quadrangle notebook # 5, 1908

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Creator

Breger, Carpel Leventhal

Abstract

Paleontological and geological field notes of Carpel Leventhal Breger taken in the Eastport quadrangle in 1907 from 27 August-5 August 1908. Breger describes geological and paleontological specimens found in the strata of various locations. Collector numbers for paleontological specimen may correspond to localities on the maps inserted in this field book. Abundance, occasionality, and rarity of specimens are noted. Specimens for locations 1.3.9A-9.51.3 are described. Some locations include Pennamaquan Lake, Oak Hill, Pembroke Neck, Coffin Neck, and Perry.

Date Range

1907-1908

Start Date

Aug 27, 1907

End Date

Aug 05, 1908

Access Information

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Topic

  • Geology
  • Paleontology

Place

  • United States
  • Eastport
  • Oak Hill
  • Perry
  • Pennamaquan Lake
  • Maine

Form/Genre

  • Fieldbook record
  • Field notes
  • Maps

Accession #

SIA RU007264

Collection name

Collected notebooks, manuscripts, drawings, photographs, and correspondence on vertebrate and invertebrate paleontology, United States National Museum, circa 1850-1940 and undated

Physical Description

1 field book

Physical Location

Smithsonian Institution Archives

Sublocation

Box 1 Folder 7