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Wet Pit, Fulton Township, State Line Chromite District, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania, USA

Pearre and Heyl (1960, p. 772) describe the Wet Pit as three shafts on a line trending N23W. On their Plate 41, it is shown as location 39. The northernmost shaft appeared to them to be the main one.

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Pearre, N. C. and Heyl, A. V. Jr. (1960) Chromite and other mineral deposits in serpentine rocks of the Piedmont Upland of Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania, U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1082-K, p. 772 and Pl;ate 41.

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