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New evidence on the Cambrian contact at Hoppin Hill, North Attleboro, Massachusetts

American Journal of Science 248(2): 95-99

New evidence on the Cambrian contact at Hoppin Hill, North Attleboro, Massachusetts

Accession: 019523407

DOI: 10.2475/ajs.248.2.95

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