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Page 64 - A Guide to the Determination of Rocks : being an Introduction to Lithology. Translated from the French by GW Plympton, Professor of Physical Science at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. 12mo, cloth $1 . 50 JEHL, F., Mem.
Page 436 - Let us for a moment take a bird's-eye view of the great inland basin of which Salt Lake Valley forms only a part. We shall find that what is termed the Great Basin of the West comprises the vast area...
Page 158 - The Telephone. An Account of the Phenomena of Electricity, Magnetism, and Sound, as Involved in its Action ; with Directions for Making a Speaking Telephone. By Prof. AE DOLBEAR, Author of "The Art of Projecting, &c.
Page 53 - Report upon Geographical and Geological Explorations and Surveys West of the One Hundredth Meridian, in charge of First Lieut. Geo. M. Wheeler, Corps of Engineers, US Army, under the direction of Brig. Gen. AA Humphreys, Chief of Engineers, US Army, published by authority of Hon.
Page 225 - Sirius-distances, each of whirh comprises millions of miles, so the organic history of the earth must not be calculated by thousands of years, but by pakccntological or geological periods, each of which comprises many thousands of years, and perhaps millions or milliards of thousands of years.
Page 478 - Whereas it has been found by experience, that the Blasting of Wheat and other English Grain is often occasioned by Barberry Bushes, to the great loss and damage of the inhabitants of this province...
Page 312 - ... any considerable extent, disordered digestion is apt to result; which in such ranges, however, is often counteracted by feeding on aromatic or astringent antidotes, such as the gray sagebrush and the more or less resinous herbage of plants of the sunflower family. In the Great Basin region, lying between the Sierra Nevada and the front range of the Rocky Mountains, there are, aside from the grasses, numerous herbaceous and shrubby plants that afford valuable pasturage for stock,1 and some of...
Page 311 - REPORT OF PROGRESS IN THE CAMBRIA AND SOMERSET DISTRICT OF THE BITUMINOUS COAL FIELDS of Western Pennsylvania — 1875.
Page 340 - Plateau, having an average elevation of about 9,500 feet, cut by deep valleys and drained from its very western edge toward the east by the Fremont, San Rafael, and Uinta Rivers. The western portion includes broad valleys, abrupt ranges of mountains, and one plateau of considerable extent. The principal valleys in this part are the San Pete, Juab, and Utah all having a general northern and southern trend, an average elevation of about 5,000 feet, and all are drained by the San Pete River and the...