Manual of the Geology of Connecticut, Volumes 2-6

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Hartford Press, The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company, 1908 - Geology - 273 pages
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Page 8 - State, to confer with the Director or Representative of the United States Geological Survey and to accept its co-operation with this State in the preparation and completion of a contour topographic and geological survey and map of this State, which is hereby authorized to be made.
Page 157 - Fossil Fishes and Fossil Plants of the Triassic Rocks of New Jersey and the Connecticut Valley, by John S.
Page 143 - Survey, 1905-1906; 23 pp., 23 cm., 1906 10 10. A Preliminary Report on the Algae of the Fresh Waters of Connecticut: by Herbert William Conn, Ph.D., and Lucia Washburn (Hazen) Webster, MS; 78 pp., 44 pis., 23 cm., 1908 (Out of print) . 11.
Page 269 - Gregory. 7. Preliminary Geological Map of Connecticut; by Herbert Ernest Gregory and Henry Hollister Robinson. 8. Bibliography of Connecticut Geology; by Herbert Ernest Gregory. 9. Second Biennial Report of the Commissioners of the State Geological and Natural History Survey, 1905-1906.
Page 13 - ... compensation, but shall be reimbursed for actual expenses incurred in the performance of 'their official duties ; and the said commissioners shall have general charge of the survey, and shall appoint as superintendent of the same a geologist of established reputation, and...
Page 14 - That the commissioners shall cause to be prepared a report to the Legislature before each meeting of the same, showing the progress and condition of the survey, together with such other information as they may deem necessary and useful or as the Legislature may require.
Page 14 - The preparation of special reports, with necessary illustrations and maps, which shall embrace both a general and detailed description of the geology and natural resources of the State.
Page 13 - The said Commissioners shall serve without compensation, but shall be reimbursed for actual expenses incurred in the performance of their official duties.
Page 198 - In many cases books and papers of great value are received in exchange for the publications of the Survey. All books and papers thus received are deposited in the State Library. The publications of the Survey are also distributed liberally to citizens of our own state, particularly to teachers who can make use of them in their work. In the case of persons...
Page 116 - It is intended to follow a liberal policy in gratuitously distributing these publications to public libraries, colleges, and scientific institutions, and to scientific men, teachers, and others who require particular bulletins for their work, especially to those who are citizens of Connecticut. Applications or inquiries should be addressed to GEORGE S. GODARD, State Librarian, Hartford, Conn. In addition...

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