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There are several isolated outcrops (outliers?) of Devonian rocks in the Pacific Northwest (Washington and Oregon), USA. A locality in northeastern Washington, Limestone Hill, is considered in detail, and other small outcrops in northwest Washington and central Oregon are discussed. Limestone Hill is a Paleozoic outlier. The locality has Ordovician and Silurian (Llandovery and Wenlock) strata, Lower Devonian (Lochstone conglomerate, and Upper Devonian (Frasnian) carbonates with fossils. It has long been known that the area has many allochthons, and it has been assumed that Limestone Hill represents lithologies deposited much farther west. More recent data suggest that Limestone Hill is...

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