Report of a Geological Reconnaissance Made in 1835 … By the Way of the Green Bay and the Wisconsin Territory, to the Coteau De Prairie, an Elevated Ridge Dividing the Missouri From the St. Peter's River. George William Featherstonhaugh.
Report of a Geological Reconnaissance Made in 1835 … By the Way of the Green Bay and the Wisconsin Territory, to the Coteau De Prairie, an Elevated Ridge Dividing the Missouri From the St. Peter's River
Report of a Geological Reconnaissance Made in 1835 … By the Way of the Green Bay and the Wisconsin Territory, to the Coteau De Prairie, an Elevated Ridge Dividing the Missouri From the St. Peter's River

Report of a Geological Reconnaissance Made in 1835 … By the Way of the Green Bay and the Wisconsin Territory, to the Coteau De Prairie, an Elevated Ridge Dividing the Missouri From the St. Peter's River.

Washington, D.C: Printed by Gales and Seaton, 1836.

4 engraved plates. No map. 168 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary cloth, inner hinge starting, else very good. Sabin 23963. Item #243807

Featherstonhaugh began his journey in Washington, D.C. and traveled via Pittsburgh and Cleveland before visiting Detroit, and travelling by canoe on Lakes Huron and Michigan to Mackinac and Green Bay, thence via the Fox and Mississippi Rivers to Saint Anthony and Fort Snelling, where Featherstonhaugh"s party ascended the Minnesota River as far as Lake Traverse on the Dakota border, and back again via Lake Pepin, Galena, and Saint Louis. His travels by canoe in Wisconsin and Minnesota are of particular interest.

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