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Excerpt from Bulletin of the Essex Institute, Vol. 5: 1873
In Norway also the grooves and striae may be often seen in protected places, but are scarcely more apparent than about Salem, for example.
He also compared the ice marks and moraines in Wales with those of this country, and alluded to the identical appearance of the marine glacial beds of Sweden with those of northern New England. He thought that the student of this subject need not go outside of the limits of New England for excellent examples of the work done by ancient glaciers.
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