Geological report on Wayne County, Volume 12 (Google eBook)

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Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford co., state printers, 1913 - Geology - 388 pages
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Page 33 - and Pear-trees loaded with their own Fruit and Vines. There is alfo abundance of Timber fit for Building; fo that thofe who fhall be fo happy as to inhabit that Noble Country, cannot but remember with Gratitude thofe who have difcover'd the way, by venturing to fail upon an unknown Lake for above one hundred Leagues.
Page 118 - October November December January February March April June May July August September October November December The year January
Page 5 - To the Honorable the Board of Geological and Biological Survey of the State of Michigan: Gov. Woodbridge N. Ferris, President. Hon. DM Ferry, Jr.,
Page 3 - N. FERRIS, President. THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, HON. LL WRIGHT, Secretary. THE PRESIDENT OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION, HON. DM FERRY, JUNIOR. DIRECTOR, R.
Page 183 - COUNTY. Struck with the frequency with which the directions northeast, southeast, southwest and northwest entered into descriptions of the physical features of the state of Michigan, Alexander Winchell, in 1873, read a paper before the American Association for the Advancement of Science entitled "The Diagonal System of the Physical Features of Michigan.
Page 257 - Geological Survey, Washington. DC Also Geological Survey of Michigan. Annual Report for 1904. p. 7. of the Rockwood district, which went dry when the big flow of the Grosse Isle well first began in 1903, but returned soon after the insertion of the casing, only to cease again after its withdrawal in
Page 181 - Such a cycle, if of sufficient intensity, should cause a variation from the normal circulation of the earth's atmosphere, and should be indicated in all meteorological and like phenomena." As to the economic importance of a knowledge of the existence
Page 181 - been shown, both by the changes in the time of the occurrence of the epochs of maxima and in the variations in area included in consecutive eleven-year periods of both sun-spot and magnetic curves, it is only natural to
Page 33 - think they are better than our Pork. Turkey-Cocks and Swans are there alfo very common; and our Men brought feveral other Beasts and Birds, whofe Names are unknown to us, but they are extraordinary relifhing. The Forefts are chiefly made up of Walnut-trees,
Page 77 - Moraines of Recession and their Significance in Glacial Theory" (Journal of Geology, vol. V, p. 433). A description of that portion lying in Ohio and Indiana will be found in Leverett's Monograph

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