The Bluejacket sandstone member of the Cherokee shale north of the Arkansas River (the surface equivalent of the Bartlesville sand), is equivalent to the lowest sandstone unit of the Boggy shale in the Quinton-Scipio district, Oklahoma,1 according to data obtained during the mapping of that district by a field party of the United States Geological Survey in the summer of 1934. A former correlation 2 made the Bluejacket sandstone equivalent to the uppermost sandstone member of the Savanna sandstone on the Kinta anticline south of Quinton.

The accompanying map (Fig. 1) shows the position of the base...

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