1 edition of Geological map of Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota found in the catalog.
Geological map of Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota
David Dale Owen
Written in English
|Statement||constructed from observations by the United States Geological Corps, under instructions from the Secretary of theTreasury, by David Dale Owen ; middle, northern and northeastern Minnesota by J.G. Norwood ; the greater part of the southern shore of Lake Superior, in Wisconsin, by Chas. Whittlesey|
|Contributions||Norwood, J. G. (Joseph Granville), 1807-1895, Whittlesey, Charles, 1808-1886, Smith, William, approximately 1811-, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||G4042.M5 1851 .O9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 online resource (2 TIF files (379 MB, 376 MB)) :|
|Number of Pages||379|
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[bound with:] ILLUSTRATIONS TO THE GEOLOGICAL REPORT OF WISCONSIN, IOWA, AND MINNESOTA Author Owen, David Dale Book condition Used Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover Place of Publication Philadelphia Date. Philadelphia. Two volumes plus the atlas, bound in one volume.
xxxviii, 391 pp. plus twenty- seven plates, twenty of twenty-one maps and geological charts many colored. Lacks the large folding map. Large thick quarto.
Original gilt cloth. A trifle sunned, extremities worn, hinges tender. Old stamps of the library of the U.S.
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TT_ By David Hale Owen. Wisconsin, Iowa & Minnesota, and portion of Nebraska Territory. Black & white illustrations, both in text & full page. No maps. Pub. Lippincott, Grando & Co. Philadelphia. Quarto. 12 1/2” tall. pages.
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