2 edition of geological reconnoisance of and survey of the State of Indiana in 1837 and 1838 found in the catalog.
geological reconnoisance of and survey of the State of Indiana in 1837 and 1838
David Dale Owen
|Statement||by David Dale Owen ; with introduction and commentary by Henry H. Gray.|
|Series||Geological Survey bulletin -- 61, Geological Survey bulletin (Bloomington, Ind.) -- 61|
|Contributions||Gray, Henry Hamilton, 1922-, Owen, David Dale, 1807-1860.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||121 p. :|
|Number of Pages||121|
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A Geological Reconnoisance And Survey Of The State Of Indiana In And Limited, Local, - $ Limited, Local, And Expresses In Indiana By Craig Sanders Bill. Report of a geological reconnoisance [!] of the state of Indiana, made in the yearin conformity to an order of the legislature.
Indianapolis, J.W. Osborn and J.S. Willets. Owen, David Dale. A Geological Reconnoisance and Survey of the State of Indiana in and Department of Natural Resources Geological Survey Bulletin.
In the succeeding summer the work of the Geological Survey was continued under the same organization. The observations made during this season were presented, and published in a report of 8vo.
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