Bibliography of North Carolina Geology, Mineralogy and Geography: With a List of Maps

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E.M. Uzzell & Company, State Printers and Binders, 1909 - 428 pagine
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Pagina 280 - A Map of the States of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia; Comprehending the Spanish Provinces of East and West Florida: Exhibiting the Boundaries as fixed by the late Treaty of Peace between the United States and the Spanish Dominions.
Pagina 250 - Remarks on the changes which take place in the structure and composition of mineral veins near the surface, with particular reference to the East Tennessee Copper Mines.
Pagina 4 - And a like line with a view to connect the waters of Norfolk harbor, in Virginia, with the waters of the Cape Fear River, at or near Wilmington, North Carolina.
Pagina 129 - Appendix to the report of the geological survey of North Carolina, 1873, being a brief abstract of that report and a general description of the State, geographical, geological, climatic, and agricultural, 24 pages, map, Raleigh, 1873.
Pagina 273 - A Description of the Island of Jamaica; with the other Isles and Territories in America, to which the English are related, viz.
Pagina 75 - National foundry, Deep River. NC Special report concerning the advantages of the valley of the Deep River as a site for the establishment of a national foundry, 14 pages, Raleigh, 1857.
Pagina 67 - A preliminary descriptive catalogue of the systematic collections in economic geology and metallurgy in the United States National Museum.
Pagina 299 - Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal connecting Chesapeake Bay with Currituck, Albemarle, and Pamlico Sounds and their tributary streams, by Marshall Parks, 1855.
Pagina 201 - Pratt, NA Ashley River phosphates. History of the Marls of South Carolina, and of the discovery and development of the native bone phosphates of the Charleston Basin, 42 pages, Philadelphia, 1868.

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