First-[Second] annual report on the geological survey of the state of Ohio. [1837-1838]

  • 286 Pages
  • 0.28 MB
  • English
S. Medary, printer to the state , Columbus
Geology -- Ohio, Botany -- Ohio, Zoology --
Statementby W. W. Mather, principal geologist, and the several assistants
ContributionsMather, W. W. 1804-1859
The Physical Object
Pagination134, 286 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17911610M

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Cox. CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Annual Report; Reports and Papers Presented at the Annual Meeting, Also a List of Officers and Members and of Donations for the Year. Hartford, Published by the Society, Before Ohio became a state, John Armstrong was Treasurer-General of the Northwest Territory from to He was appointed to the post by the United States Congress.

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The state was divided into four districts and a geologist was appointed to head the survey in each one.

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