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One hundred and fifty years ago marked the beginnings of a remarkable geologic odyssey funded by the State of Indiana. The legislature of this then pioneer state appropriated less and $2,000 annually for David Dale Owen to conduct a geological survey of the state. David Dale Owen accomplished much more than perhaps even the modern state legislature has yet realized.



Shaver, R. H., 1987, A field guide and recollections—the David Dale Owen years to the present, a sesquicentennial commemoration of service by the Geological Survey: Indiana Geological Survey Special Report 44, 65 p., 33 figs. doi: 10.5967/y9n8-1b19


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