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Amherstburg

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Amherstburg is a Canadian town near the mouth of the Detroit River in Essex County, Ontario. It is approximately 25 kilometres south of the U.S. city of Detroit, Michigan, facing Wyandotte, Grosse Ile Township, Brownstown Charter Township, and Gibraltar, Michigan. It is part of the Windsor census metropolitan area.

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Google previewBibliography of the Geology of the Western Phosphate Field (1954)

by Robert A. Harris

The Amherstburg is an open-textured dolomite, usually massively bedded, and varies from drab to brownish gray. Exposures are scarce because of the heavy drift cover, but the thickness apparently ranges from 50 to 75 feet. The formation is ...

Google previewGuide to Detroit (1916)

Amherstburg is an interesting old town which has been connected with the history of New France and Detroit. It is opposite Bois Blanc which was a place of ambush for French, Indians, English and Americans in the different wars from the ...

Google previewGeological Survey Professional Paper (1976)

The Amherstburg is a light-medium-gray coarsegrained limestone like the Edgecliff, and it contains abundant Heliophyllnm and Favosites and some (at least) typical Edgecliff colonial rugose corals. The "Formosa reef" limestone (fig.

Google previewLexicon of Geologic Names of the United States for 1968-1975 (1981)

by Gwendolyn Lewise Werth Luttrell

Meldrum Member (Amherstburg Formation) MLDM01 1 . Middle Devonian 2.

Google previewIndex and Dictionary of Canadian History (1912)

by Lawrence Johnstone Burpee, Sir Arthur George Doughty

Amherstburg, 1799. Showing the Main Street, ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Of the War Of 1812: A Political, Social, and Military History [3 volumes] (2012)

A Political, Social, and Military History by Spencer C. Tucker

British Fort Amherstburg, later to become known as Fort Malden, was established in 1796, a result of the signing of Iay's Treaty in 1794. The fort was designed as a replacement for the loss of Fort Detroit. The British constructed it at the mouth of ...

Google previewThe New Werner Twentieth Century Edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica (1906)

A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature, Science, History, Geography, Commerce, Biography, Discovery and Invention... with New American Supplement, Complete in Thirty Volumes

AMES—AMHERSTBURG AMHERST COLLEGE—AMISH COMMUNITY AMITE— AMMETER AMMONITID/E—AMORY AMOTION—AMSTERDAM TREATY AM U NATEGU. 174 AMES, JOSEPH SWEETMAN, physicist, was born at Manchester, ...

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Scrabble value of A1M3H4E1R1S1T1B3U1R1G2

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