The rocks and deposits within the Wenatchee quadrangle can be grouped into six generalized units: (1) Precambrian(?) Swakane Biotite Gneiss in the northeastern part of the quadrangle and the probable Jurassic low-grade metamorphic suite, mostly composed of the Easton Schist, in the southwestern part; (2) the Mesozoic Ingalls Tectonic Complex; (3) the Mesozoic Mount Stuart batholith; (4) lower and middle Tertiary nonmarine sedimentary and volcanic rocks; (5) Miocene basalt flows and interbedded epiclastic rocks constituting part of the Columbia River Basalt Group and interbedded silicic volcaniclastic rocks of the Ellensburg Formation; and (6) Pliocene to Holocene alluvium, glacial, flood, and mass-wastage deposits.
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Geologic map of the Wenatchee 1:100,000 Quadrangle, central Washington
1 map :col. ;56 x 75 cm., on sheet 106 x 140 cm., folded in envelope 30 x 24 cm.