Date of Award
Master of Science
Harry J. Klepser
George D. Swingle, R. E. McLaughlin, Paris B. Stockdale
The area described in this thesis comprises portions of northeastern Hancock County, Tennessee, and southeastern Lee County, Virginia (Figure 1). It includes parts of the Sneedville and Kyles Ford quadrangles (Tennessee Valley Authority and United States Geological Survey topographic maps 170-SW and 170-SE respectively).
The mapped area, bounded on the southeast by the Hunter Valley fault and on the northwest by Blackwater Valley, is approximately fifty miles west of Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia, and fifty-five miles northeast of Knoxville, Tennessee. It is about eleven miles long and three miles wide and encloses approximately thirty-three square miles.
Greene, Adrian Vance, "Geology of Newman Ridge and Brushy-Indian Ridge Between Sneedville, Hancock County, Tennessee, and Blackwater, Lee County, Virginia. " Master's Thesis, University of Tennessee, 1959.