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Origins of Stratigraphy 1719-1801

Product Code: GA065
Series: GA Guides - print copy
Author/Editor: by John Fuller. Edited by J T Greensmith
Publication Date: 11 November 2004
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This Guide begins with a brief introduction to the first geological work done in England, and goes on to tell the story of events in Somerset associated with the names of two famously gifted pioneers — John Strachey (167 1 - 1743) and William Smith (1769-1839). Most of the Guide’s content is focused on an itinerary of places to visit in and near Bath, where these two innovators transformed colliers’ lore and cabinet curiosities into scientific stratigraphy.

Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN: 0-900717-55-6
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 978-0-900717-55-0
Publisher: GA
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 54
Weight: 0.23 kg


PREFACE • LIST OF FIGURES • INTRODUCTION: Geology of the Strata in England Before 1719, John Strachey (167 1-1743), ‘Stonehenge Stukeley’ and the Easterly Dip, William Smith (1769-1839), William Smith’s Geology After 1801 • ITINERARY OF SITES IN BATH: No.29 Great Pulteney Street, Trim Street, Bloomfield Crescent, Batheaston Coal Trial, 1804 -1813 • ITINERARY OF SITES SOUTH OF BATH: Sutton Court, Strachey’s Section of the Strata, 1719, Stowey, and the Jones Inheritance, Rugbourne Farm, High Littleton, Mearns Colliery, The Somersetshire Coal Canal, Dunkerton Wharf and the Fosse Way, Dunkerton, the Old Swan Inn, Combe Hay, Rowley Farm and Caisson House, Tucking Mill, Midford, Hill Farm, near Pipehouse, Midford, Broadfield Farm, Hinton Charterhouse, Farleigh Hungerford, the Church and Rectory • CONCLUDING REMARKS • General Information on Sources and Text References


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