Fourteenth Annual Report of the Director of the United States Geological Survey, Part II: Accompanying Papers
By M'Gee, W. J., Peale, A. C., Newell, F. H., Cross, W., Lindgren, W. Keith, A., Diller J. S., Turner, H.W., Iddings, J. P. and Dale, T. N.
Pp. xx, 597; 70 full page plates, some in color, some fold-out (geologic maps, stratigraphic sections, panoramas), 3 large color folding maps in pocket at rear. Publisher’s original brown cloth, lettered in gilt on the spine, 4to. The volume includes the following papers: Potable Waters of the Eastern United States; Natural Mineral Waters of the United States; Results of Stream Measurements; The Laccolithic Mountain Groups of Colorado, Utah and Arizona; The Gold-Silver Veins of Ophir, California; Geology of the Catoctin Belt; Tertiary Revolution in the Topography of the Pacific Coast; The Rocks of the Sierra Nevada; Pre-Cambrian Igneous Rocks of the Unkab Terrane, Grand Canyon of the Colorado, Arizona; On the Structure of the Ridge Between the Taconic and Green Mountain; The Stucture of the Monument Mountain in Great Barrington; The Potomac and Roaring Creek Coal Fields in West Virginia. Small name stamp of geologist George M. Ehleis on the front endpaper.
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