Note on the Geology of Southwestern New England

Wm. H. Hobbs
1897 The Journal of geology  
East of Mount Washington,"" the writer has considered the limestone and schist masses of the area covered by the papers to be each separable into two formations, the limestone alternating with the schist and together comprising a series corresponding to that of Greylock some thirty-five miles to the north. This conclusion was reached from both lithological and structural considerations. The strongest reason for believing the full Greylock series to be present was the apparently anticlinal
more » ... ly anticlinal character of certain ridges of Berkshire schist. These ridges were represented as Riga schist (equivalent to Berkshire) and the limestone surrounding them as Egremont limestone which was sup-
doi:10.1086/607737 fatcat:tan2wul7qbgbbk5e3vge5s2htm