Oriskany


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O`ris´ka`ny


a.1.(Geol.) Designating, or pertaining to, certain beds, chiefly limestone, characteristic of the latest period of the Silurian age.
Oriskany period
a subdivision of the American Paleozoic system intermediate or transitional in character between the Silurian and Devonian ages. See Chart of Geology.
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Its Capital Region branches are located in downtown Albany, Clifton Park, Delmar, East Greenbush, and Oriskany Falls.
One of the biggest could be the Oriskany event set for later in the year.
Orion produces its transit buses in ISO-certified facilities in Mississauga, Ontario, and Oriskany, N.
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The tour will tentatively visit the following: Fort Johnson, the Johnstown historic sites, the Walter Butler House, Schoharie Creek Crossing, Fort Hunter, Queen Anne's Parsonage, the Old Stone Fort Museum, the 1743 restored Lutheran Parsonage, the Schoharie Reform Church in Schoharie, Stone Arabia churches, the Old Palatine Church, Fort Klock, Nellis Tavern, the Old Plains Indian Church, the Old Herkimer Cemetery, the Herkimer Home and the Oriskany Battlefield.
Thus far there are two well defined drilling prospects in the Trenton Black River, and two leads identified in the Oriskany and Onandaga Reef sands.
Cuomo today announced an agreement to transfer the 1,120 acre Oneida County Airport in Oriskany from the County to the State.
Oriskany, in 212 feet of water, 22 miles south of Pensacola.
Searching for information regarding Joseph Dean Humphrey, ATR 2, VA 165, who served on the USS Oriskany during 1963-64.
Geological Survey recognizes the use of the name Oriskany as both a group and a formation of middle Early Devonian age, The Oriskany Group Includes the Esopus Formation at the top and the Port Ewen Formation at the base, and where the undifferentiated deposits of Oriskany age are chiefly or wholly sandstone, the term Oriskany Sandstone is applied (Wilmarth, 1938).
Thorough background research retells the encounters with familiar historical figures--Sir John Johnson, Joseph Brant, General Herkimer and General Schuyler--and the politics leading up to the Battle of Oriskany that resulted in a severe escalation of hostilities.