Abstract

For three-quarters of a century, Oolitic limestone has been quarried in the Franklin County, Alabama, district, for building purposes. The stone occurs in two horizons within the Bangor limestone formation of Subcarboniferous age. At present, the commercial stone appears to be confined to Franklin County within a belt some fifteen miles in length, centering around Russellville.

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