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Illustrations to the geological report of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota

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Owen, David Dale, 1807-1860
Illustrations to the geological report of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota
Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo and Co., 1852
unp : ill., folded maps ; 32 cm.

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Contents

[Cover] Illustrations. Owen's geological survey

[Title page] Illustrations to the Geological Report of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota

Table I. Trilobites of the lowest sandstones of Wisconsin and Minnesota

Table I. A. Trilobites and fucoidal impressions, from the lowest Protozoic sandstones, f. i., of Wisconsin and Minnesota

Table I. B. Specimens containing Lingula, Obolus, and Orbicula, from near the base of the lowest Protozoic sandstones of Wisconsin and Minnesota

Table I. C. Fossil plants, (?) from the red sandstones on the northwest shore of Lake Superior

Table I. D. Mud furrows (?), and impressions of plants (?), in the red sandstones of the northwest shore of Lake Superior

Table II. Trilobites, from f. iii., a; gasteropoda and brachiopoda, from f. ii. and f. iii., a; together with fucoidal impressions, (?) from the red sandstones of Lake Superior

Table II. A. Trilobites and a brachiopod from the Protozoic rocks of the northwest

Table II. B. Fossils of the shell-beds (f. iii., a) and overlying lead-bearing beds (f. iii., b) of the Upper Magnesian Limestone of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota

Table III. Spirifers, Orthis, and Strophodonta, from the shell-beds of the Iowa and Cedar Rivers, belonging to the Devonian period

Table III. A. Fossil shells and corals from the Carboniferous Limestone, and from the adjacent limestones of Iowa of the age of the Hamilton Group of New York

Table IV. Fossil corals, from the carboniferous rocks of Iowa

Table V. Fossil-shells from the Carboniferous Limestones of Iowa and Nebraska

Table V. A. New species of Crinoidea of the carboniferous limestone

Table V. B. New species of Crinoidea of the carboniferous limestone

Table VI. Lepidodendrons and fossil ferns, characteristic of the carboniferous sandstones, Muscatine Quarries, Iowa

Table VII. Fossil shells characteristic of the cretaceous formation of Nebraska

Table VIII. Ammonites and Scaphites, from the cretaceous formation of Nebraska

Table VIII. A. Inoceramus and Ammonite, from the cretaceous formation of Nebraska

Table IX. Remains of the Rhinoceros and the gigantic Palæotherium of the Eocene Tertiary of the Mauvaises Terres of Nebraska

Table X. Remains of Archæotherium and Oreodon of the Eocene Tertiary of Nebraska

Table XI. Additional remains of Archæotherium and Oreodon

Table XII. Remains of a species of land turtle, from the Eocene Tertiary of Nebraska

Table XII. A. Two species of land turtles, Machairodus, or sabre-toothed tiger, and a small species of Rhinoceros, from the Eocene Tertiary of Nebraska

Table XII. B. Remains of a land turtle, Rhinoceros, and Palæotherium, from the Eocene Tertiary of Nebraska

Table XIII. Remains of Archæotherium and Oreodon, from the Eocene Tertiary of Nebraska

Table XIV. Remains of the Rhinoceros, from the Eocene Tertiary of Nebraska

Table XV. Remains of Eucrotaphus and of the Rhinoceros, from the Eocene Tertiary of Nebraska

Map showing the position of the Bad Lands or Mauvaises Terres of Nebraska, Evans, John

Geological map of parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin designed to show portions of the rock formations, Norwood, J. G.

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General connected section of the rocks exposed on the north shore of Lake Superior, between, Fond du Lac Superieur and Pigeon Point as observed during the geological surveys of Wisconsin and Minnesota territory in the years 1848 49 and 50, Owen, Richard

Geological map coast view and section of Pigeon Point, Owen, Richard

Outline of the hills on Grand Portage of Pigeon River, north of Lake Superior, Butler, J. M.

Outline of the hills and ridges of the north shore of Lake Superior as seen from the top of the Great Palisade Rock, Butler, J. M.

No 1 section across the line of bearing from Pigeon Point Lake Superior, north westerly, to Lake Saganaga, Norwood, J. G.

No 2 section from the valley of the St. Croix River, near the mouth of the Upper Pinnette River, northerly, to Rainy Lake, Norwood, J. G.

No 3 section from near Portage Lake southeasterly to a point on Wisconsin River below Whitney's Rapids, Norwood, J. G.

No 4, Norwood, J. G.

No 5 section from the mouth of Kinechegakwag Cr. toward Cloquet River, Norwood, J. G.

Section on Mission Creek, Norwood, J. G.

Lake shore above Kamanasisatikag River, Norwood, J. G.

Lake shore between Split Rock and Gooseberry Rivers, Norwood, J. G.

Section on Palisade Creek, Norwood, J. G.

Section on the west fork of the Passabika River, Norwood, J. G.

Section on Cut-face River, Norwood, J. G.

Section showing the succession, elevation and depression of the rocks on the St. Peters River from its mouth to its confluence with Red Wood River, Shumard, F. B.

Section No 7 on the upper Mississippi from the falls of St. Anthony to Crow Wing

No 1. Section of summit levels, showing the general elevation of the country between the mouth of Chippewa River and the mouth of Bad River, above the level of Lake Superior, Norwood, J. G.

No 2. Section of summit levels, showing the general elevation of the country between the Mississippi River, at St. Pauls, and St. Louis River, 18 miles above Fond du Lac, above Lake Superior, Norwood, J. G.

No 3. Section of summit levels, showing the general elevation of the country between the Mississippi River at the outlet of Lake St. Croix, and the mouth of Bois Brulé river, Norwood, J. G.

Series of sections on the Wisconsin River from the mouth to Whitneys Rapids, Owen, D. D.

Series of sections on the Mississippi between the mouth of the Wisconsin and the falls of St Anthony, Owen, D. D.

Sections on the Missouri River from No. 1 M, to No. 19 M, Owen, D. D.

Sections on the Missouri River from No. 20 M, to No. 40 M, Owen, D. D.

Series of sections on the Des Moines River in Iowa, between the Mississippi and the Raccoon fork, Owen, D. D.

Series of sections on the Des Moines River in Iowa, between the Raccoon and Lizard forks, Owen, D. D.

Section along the course of the Mississippi from the mouth of the Wisconsin River to Prairie a la Crosse River

Thence by Mountain Island, Cape de Killio, Miniskah, Wazi-Oju and Chippewa Rivers; to Lake Pepin

Thence by the mouths of Cannon River, Lake St. Croix and St. Peter's River, to the falls of St. Anthony

Sections on the St. Croix of the succession, thickness, relative elevation of f 1 and f 2 with their subordinate members, Owen, D. D.

Section showing the relative thickness and dip, of the lower magnesian limestone (f. no. 2) and underlying sandstone, with its subordinate beds (f. no. i. b. c. d. e. and f) from the Mississippi River, to the trap exposure at the falls of St. Croix, Owen, D. D.

Section from the mouth of Lake St. Croix to near the great bend, or Detroit of Lake St. Croix

Section from the great bend of Lake St. Croix to the correction line

Section from Marine Mills to the dalles and falls of St. Croix

Geological section on the Mississippi River from the mouth of Lake St. Croix to 1 mile above the falls of St. Anthony, Owen, D. D.; Shumard, B. F.

Sections accompanying the report of Chas. Whittlesey on the Bad River District of south-shore Lake Superior, Norwood, J. G.

Section by A. Randall along the line of the 4th. P. M. from Lake Superior to the Mississippi from T. 47. to T. 30 on 4th. P. M. thence to T. 22. in R. 2. W. thence obliquely through T. 22. R. 3. W. T. 21. R. 4. W. T. 20. R. 5. W. T. 19. R. 6. W. T. 18. 17. 16. R. 7. W., Randall, A.

Section by A. Randall along the 3rd. correction line from the Mississippi R. to 4th. P. M., Randall, A.

Section of hills at the Chippewa red pipestone locality between the Chippewa and Red Cedar rivers 20 miles from Lake Courtoreille and 15 miles n. of Rice Lake, Randall, A.

Section on Black River from the granite at the falls to sandstone f. 1. a., Randall, A.

Geological section at the falls of St. Anthony, Shumard, B. F.

Section on the Iowa side of the Mississippi 30 miles below Lake Pepin at a great slide

Geological map of the north shore of Lake Superior on the scale of the original M. S. map

Geological map of Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota: exhibiting, also, the extension of the Iowa coal-field into Missouri, and its relation to the Illinois coal-field, Owen, David Dale; Norwood, J. G.; Whittlesey, Chas.

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