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Owen, David Dale, 1807-1860.
Report of a geological survey of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota.
Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo & co., 1852
|Material Type:||Government publication, National government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David Dale Owen; Joseph Leidy; J G Norwood; C C Parry; Henry Pratten; B F Shumard; Charles Whittlesey; United States. General Land Office.; United States. Department of the Treasury.
|Notes:||Final report addressed to the Commissioner of the U.S. General Land Office.
Atlas has title: Illustrations to the geological report of Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota ...
Appendix. I. Description of new and imperfectly known genera and species of organic remains / D.D. Owen -- II. Descriptions of one new genus and twenty-two new species of Crinoidea, from the subcarboniferous limestone of Iowa / D.D. Owen and B.F. Shumard -- III. Summary of the distribution of orders, genera, and species in the northwest -- IV. Additional chemical examinations / D.D. Owen -- V. Systematic catalogue of plants of Wisconsin and Minnesota / C.C. Parry -- VI. Systematic catalogue of birds observed in northern Wisconsin and Minnesota / Henry Pratten.
|Description:||638 pages, 69 unumbered leaves of plates (some folded) : illustrations (some color), maps ; 32 cm|
|Contents:||Geological survey of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota / D.D. Owen --
Geological report of a survey of portions of Wisconsin and Minnesota, made during the years 1847, '48, '49 and '50 / J.G. Norwood --
Geological report of that portion of Wisconsin bordering on the south shore of Lake Superior, surveyed in the year 1849 / Charles Whittlesey --
Geological report of local, detailed observations, in the valleys of the Minnesota, Mississippi, and Wisconsin rivers, made in the years 1848 and 1849 / B.F. Shumard --
Description of the remains of extinct Mammalia and Chelonia, from Nebraska Territory / Joseph Leidy.
|Responsibility:||made under instructions from the United States Treasury Department by David Dale Owen.|