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BULLETIN 5 VOLUME 1 JUNE, 1925
During August, 1924, while doing reconnaisance work near the head of Chugwater Creek, Wyoming, on the ranch of Mr. J. L. Jordon, the writer's attention was called to some unusual and interesting specimens found in a limited area, perhaps an acre or so, on the slope of the small butte flanking the Chugwater Valley. The hills of the region are of Tertiary age, the particular spot under consideration being Oligocene, the Brule stage, or Oreodon beds.
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