Garnet Mica Schist
Mica Schist/ Gneiss
Granitic Gneiss undifferentiated
Hornblende Gneiss/ Amphibolite
Granite Gneiss/ Granite
Mica Schist/ Quartzite/ Gneiss/ Amphibolite
Garnet Mica Schist/ Gneiss
Biotitic Gneiss / Mica Schist/ Amphibolite
Quartzite/ Mica Schist/ Amphibolite
Wedowee Group undifferentiated includes the Cragford Phyllite and Cutnose Gneiss. Cragford Phyllite -- interbedded fine-grained graphite-chlorite-sericite schist and phyllite, garnet-sericite schist and phyllite, graphite-quartz-sericite phyllite, locally feldspathic biotite gneiss, calc-silicate rock, and quartzite. Cutnose Gneiss -- cyclically interbedded fine-grained quartz-biotite feldspathic gneiss, graphite-chlorite-sericite schist, locally thin interbeds of graphite-quartz-sericite phyllite, and quartzite. Rocks in the area northeast of Clanton in Chilton and Coosa Counties that are here assigned to the Wedowee Group also have been interpreted as part of the Higgins Ferry Group.
Biotitic Gneiss Undifferentiated
Dark-green to dark-gray hornblende amphibolite, extensively sheared and folded, and locally retrograded to actinolite-tremolite-chlorite schist. Includes all amphibolite associated with the Wedowee Group.