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Letter of the secretary of the treasury, communicating a report of a geological reconnoissance of the Chippewa land district of Wisconsin, and the northern part of Iowa

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Owen, David Dale, 1807-1860
Letter of the secretary of the treasury, communicating a report of a geological reconnoissance of the Chippewa land district of Wisconsin, and the northern part of Iowa
[Washington, D.C.]: [s.n.,; Washington (D.C.)], 1848
134 p., [76] p. of plates : ill., maps ; 23 cm.

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Letter of the secretary of the treasury, communicating a report of a geological reconnoissance of the Chippewa land district of Wisconsin, and the northern part of Iowa, Walker, R. J.; Yount, Richard M. pp. [1]-2

Report of a geological reconnoissance of the Chippewa land district of Wisconsin; and, incidentally, of a portion of the Kickapoo country, and of a part of Iowa and of the Minesota territory, made under instructions from the United States Treasury Department, Owen, David Dale, et al. pp. [3]-8

Chapter I. Formations of the Upper Mississippi, pp. 9-32

Chapter II. Formation of the Winnebago reserve, pp. 33-37

Chapter III. Formation of the interior of the Chippewa land district, pp. 38-48

Chapter IV. Formation of Lake Superior, pp. 49-67

Chapter V. Drift of the interior of Wisconsin, pp. 68-72

Report of J. G. Norwood, M. D., assistant geologist, Norwood, J. G. pp. [73]-77

Chapter I. Reconnoissance of a portion of St. Louis River, between Lake Superior and Portage aux Coteaux, pp. 78-80

Chapter II. Reconnoissance of a portion of the district lying between Fond du Lac and the Falls of St. Anthony, pp. 81-84

Chapter III. Reconnoissance from the mouth of Montreal River, via Lac du Flambeau, and the head waters of the Wisconsin River to Prairie du Chien, pp. 85-109

Chapter IV. General observations on the topography and climate of Wisconsin, pp. 110-129 ff.

Appendix, pp. 131-134 ff.

[Plates and maps], pp. [137]-[199] ff.

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