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V.—Note on Footprints from the Carboniferous of Nova Scotia, in the Collection of the Geological Survey of Canada
Principal The quarry in which they were found is on the land of Mr. Asa Fillimore, about eight miles and a half east of where the thick Coalseams crop out on the property of the General Mining Association, at Spring Hill, and three-quarters of a mile west of the railroad bridge over Eiver Philip. The beds, associated with that in which the tracks were found, are of a reddish-brown or chocolate eoloured sandstone, from one to five feet thick, overlaid by purple, blue, and red shales. The tracksdoi:10.1017/s0016756800465052 fatcat:x7o4scfd6vb5rgxkzjg3nkfbfe