Trenton period
Trenton period Tren"ton pe"ri*od (Geol.) A subdivision in the lower Silurian system of America; -- so named from Trenton Falls, in New York. The rocks are mostly limestones, and the period is divided into the Trenton, Utica, and Cincinnati epochs. See the Chart of {Geology}. [1913 Webster]

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