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Wisconsin: its geography and topography, history, geology, and mineralogy
Increase Allen Lapham
|Statement||by I. A. Lapham.|
|Contributions||Hopkins, I. A., publisher., Puttnam, F. B., former owner., Hopkins, J. A., inscriber., Putnam, Osgood, signer.|
|LC Classifications||F581 .L3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, -208 p.,  fold. leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||00001743|
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Wisconsin: Its Geography and Topography [aka Mid-American Frontier] by Increase Allen Lapham. Hardcover, pp. Ayer Company Publishers, Reprint of original.
Condition is Very Good: No dust jacket issued. Book has lightly worn edges and corners. Former owner's name on inside 1st page. No inner markings to text.
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His first map of Wisconsin was made in He published many more papers and books through his life, particularly on geology, archaeology and history, and flora and fauna of Wisconsin, including publication by the Smithsonian Institution. Full text of "Wisconsin: its geography and topography, history, geology, and mineralogy: together with brief sketches of its antiquities, natural history, soil.
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A geographical and topographical description of Wisconsin; with brief sketches of its history, geology, mineralogy, natural history, population, soil, productions, government, antiquities, &c.
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