Abstract

This locality, which includes two townships, is a relict of the days when precise statement of the source of a mineral was considered an unnecessary refinement. The district, named from New Texas, a small village in Fulton township, lies along the Pennsylvania-Maryland line between the Susquehanna River and Octoraro Creek, and may be reached from Conowingo on the Pennsylvania Railroad (Columbia and Port Deposit Branch) on the west, or from Sylmar on the Penna. R. R. (P. W. & B. R. R., Maryland Division) on the east. All the localities lie in the northern part of the Havre de Grace quadrangle, and will be referred to below in ninth-coordinate symbols.

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