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[An Oil-Well in Jackson, Michigan]

The Illustrated London News, vol. 46, no. 1307, p. 291.

March 25, 1865

An oil-well in Jackson, Michigan, has been sunk 2000 ft. It is intended to sink it to the depth of 3000 ft. The deepest oil-well at present is 2600 ft.

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