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|
Search Catalog Data Catalog Data & text in Documents Search By Date Range Catalog Data & text in Documents Search By Date Range. Wisconsin Map of Wisconsin with drawings illustrating historic places and events throughout the state. The Great Seal of the State of Wisconsin appears at the top right and the flags of Spain (), France (), England (), and a U.S. flag () appear at left. There is a key explaining all drawings at the bottom of the map.
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Owen, David Dale: : BooksCited by: REPORT OF A GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF WISCONSIN, IOWA, AND MINNESOTA; AND INCIDENTALLY OF A PORTION OF NEBRASKA TERRITORY. [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. Army Engineering School, minor internal soiling, else good. Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Report of a Geological Surveyof Wisconsin, Iowas, and Minnesota av David Dale Owen på Report of a Geological Survey of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota and Incidentally of A Portion of Nebraska Territory Owen, D.
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[David Dale Owen; C C Parry; Joseph Leidy; J G Norwood; Charles Whittlesey; Henry Pratten; B F Shumard; United States. General Land Office.]. Get this from a library. Report of a geological survey of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota, and incidentally of a portion of Nebraska territory.
Illustrations. [David Dale Owen]. Download book Download PDF Download All Download JPEG Download Text Report of a geological survey of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota;and incidentally of a Cited by: This is a generalized topographic map of Wisconsin.
It shows elevation trends across the state. Detailed topographic maps and aerial photos of Wisconsin are available in the store. See our state high points map to learn about Timms Hill at 1, feet - the highest point in Wisconsin. The. Geological report of a survey of portions of Wisconsin and Minnesota, made during the years'48, '49 and '50 / by J.G.
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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. Index. Faded exterior, worn edges. Brown ink stain at crown of spine and another at bottom fore-corner Seller Rating: % positive.
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