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geology of the Davis Ranch Oil Pool, Wabaunsee County, Kansas

by Robert Kenneth Smith

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Published by University of Kansas Publications in Lawrence .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kansas.,
  • Kansas,
  • Wabaunsee County.
    • Subjects:
    • Petroleum -- Geology -- Kansas,
    • Petroleum -- Kansas -- Wabaunsee County,
    • Geology -- Kansas -- Wabaunsee County

    • About the Edition

      The investigation that yielded this report was inaugurated by the important discovery of oil in the Davis Ranch pool and was undertaken as a result of an increased demand for information concerning structural and stratigraphic aspects of the southwestern part of the Forest City basin, especially in Wabaunsee County, Kansas.

      Edition Notes

      Statementby R. Kenneth Smith and Ellis L. Anders, Jr.
      SeriesKansas. State Geological Survey. Bulletin 90, pt. 2, 1951 Reports of studies, pt. 2, April 15, 1951., Bulletin (Kansas Geological Survey) ;, 90, pt. 2.
      ContributionsAnders, Ellis LeClair, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE113 .A2 no. 90, pt.2
      The Physical Object
      Pagination13-52 p.
      Number of Pages40
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL254799M
      LC Control Numbergs 51000257
      OCLC/WorldCa5056596

      Lake Wabaunsee Realty, Alma, KS. likes. Your Lake Wabaunsee Concierge. Connecting Lake buyers and sellers since /5(4). Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Alta Vista, Wabaunsee County, Kansas. Created / Published Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. USA Language English Description Jun 2 Sheet(s).

      Wabaunsee County, Kansas. Wabaunsee County was one of the first 33 counties created by the Territorial Legislature, and was organized March, 25 The county was founded by S. H. Fairfield; John Willig; Dan Horne; and Allen Phillips, and named for the Pottawatomie Indian chief, Wabaunsee. Wabaunsee County Extension is committed to continuing to serve our communities during these challenging times! Our staff continues to work - remotely - while our offices are closed to the public. Please continue to call and email us!

      When Morris County was established in , the state legislature took 72 square miles of land from Wabaunsee County. In , a compromise returned to Wabaunsee County one-half of what was originally given to Morris County. In , the state legislature detached most of Zeandale Township from Wabaunsee County and gave it to Riley County. Wabaunsee is part of the Topeka, Kansas Metropolitan Statistical Area. Education. Wabaunsee is served by USD out of Wamego. Transportation. I is about nine miles south of Wabaunsee and US is three miles north in Wamego. Most of the town is situated on the south side of K Streets are maintained by the local county. ReferencesCounty: Wabaunsee.


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Published in Bulle Part 1 Kansas Pits and Quarries, by Robert O. Kulstad and Earl K. Nixon. Buy Guide Book Western Shawnee and Eastern Wabaunsee Counties, Kansas Field Conference: October, 25 pages on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. The final two remaining pieces of the Davis Ranch Empire, the Wabaunsee County ranch and the Missouri farm ground, are currently leased and remain in the Davis Trust for the heirs of George Davis.

Orville Burtis, Jr., left, and George Davis inspect the Davis Ranch Well No. 1 in Wabaunsee County. Figure Davis Ranch field, Wabaunsee County. A Kansas analog to Ponca City field (fig.

10), mi ( km) north of Ponca City in the Alma Trend along the same Nemaha-related fault system. Black contours are top of Viola formation; gray contours are residual magnetics. Structure is from Kansas Oil and Gas Fields, vol.

3,p. Kansas Geological Society and Library, oil and gas data, well logs, geologic reports, Ellis County Kansas" "A Geologic Review of Eubank Oil Field in Kansas" "3D Seismic Interpretation of a Common Carbonate Sequence on the Central Kansas Uplift, The Davis Ranch Field, Wabaunsee County - Kyle Gorynski & Agbor Ambang.

Selected Bibliography. In individual references paged from one through final page, the total number of pages only is listed. GENERAL. American Commission on. Matt Thomson came to Wabaunsee County inwhen he was fourteen years old. His family lived near the Santa Fe Trail and he knew first hand the lore of the trail and early events in the county's history.

As the biography below relates, he had a wide range of talents and experience which this book : The Geology Of the Davis Ranch Oil Pool, Wabaunsee County, Kansas.

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Blog: #MarthaMakesHistory: A New Project From the State Archives. Sugar beets at the United States Sugar and Land Company sugar beet. The geology of the Davis Ranch Oil Pool, Wabaunsee County, Kansas / Cover title. Title page lacking. With: Geology and ground-water resources of Rice County, Kansas, Bound together subsequent to publication.

"References": p. Contributor: Smith, Robert Kenneth Date: Lake Wabaunsee is a acre spring fed lake in the heart of the Flint Hills of Kansas. Come for a visit, stay for the lifestyle. Lake provides community and real estate information. Contact Cindy Manz with Lake Wabaunsee Realty at or [email protected] Geologic units in Wabaunsee county, Kansas.

Chase Group (Early Permian - Gearyan) at surface, covers 25 % of this area. Nolans Limestone- upper and lower limestone seperated by shale, 40 ft thick. Odell Shale- mostly red and green shale, 40 ft. thick. Winfield Limestone (base WF)- cherty limestone with fossiliferous gray shale, 25 ft.

thick. Lake Wabaunsee is a acre spring fed lake in the heart of the Flint Hills of Kansas. The Lake Community has great infrastructure: natural gas, rural water, sewer system, trash service, and paved roads.

Every property owner is deeded their lot. We have a bait shop, restaurant, and Wabaunsee Pines Golf Course. We are patrons of the USD References Cited. Adams, G. I., Girty, G. H., and White, David,Stratigraphy and paleontology of the upper Carboniferous rocks of the Kansas section: U.S.

Geol. References Cited. Beck, H. V.,Geology and ground-water resources of Kansas River valley between Wamego and Topeka vicinity: Kansas State Geol. Survey Bull. English: Poor Farm in Wabaunsee County, Kansas, located four miles south of Alma, Kansas.

Identifier: earlyhistoryofwa00thom Title: Early history of Wabaunsee County, Kansas, with stories of pioneer days and glimpses of our western border. Year: () Authors: Thomson, Matt Subjects: Wabaunsee County (Kan.) -- History Publisher: Alma, Kansas Contributing Library: Allen County .Wabaunsee County is the 46th largest county ( square miles) in Kansas.

Wabaunsee County is in the state's Tallgrass Prairie Region region. Wabaunsee County's economy is defined as agricultural, with farms recorded in this Kansas county during the last U.S.

Census.Wabaunsee County (standard abbreviation: WB) is a county located in the U.S. state of of the census, the county population was 7, Its county seat is Alma. The county was created by the territorial legislature of Kansas Territory on Maand was named for a chief of the Potawatomi ssional district: 1st.