Report of progress from its commencement to 1863 by Logan, William E. Sir

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Published by Dawson, Ballière in Montreal, London, Paris, New York .

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  • Geology -- Canada.

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Other titlesGeology of Canada
StatementGeological Survey of Canada.
ContributionsGeological Survey of Canada.
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LC ClassificationsQE185 .A12
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Paginationxxvii, 938 p. :
Number of Pages938
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Open LibraryOL18691274M

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Geology of Canada - Report of progress from its commencement to PDF. Report of progress from its commencement toAtlas of maps and sections, Geological Survey of Canada. source; Papers. See Logan, Geological Survey of Canada, Report of Progress from its Commencement to (Montreal, –); E.

Billings, Geological Survey of Canada: Catalogue of the Silurian Fossils of Anticosti (Montreal, ); J. Schmitt, Anticosti (Paris, ). The report of the commissioner of Taxes, herewith submitted, will exhibit the details of the war tax of August,and of the taxes the present year, as far as progress has been made.

The tax of had been actually collected from the people in only three States. Geological Survey of Canada: Report of Progress from Its Commencement to () Canada and the Canadian Question () Goldwin Smith Wild Animals I Have Known and Drawings () Ernest.

Inthe Literary Review of Canada chose Logan's landmark publication Geological Survey of Canada: Report of Progress from its Commencement to as one of the most important Canadian books. The list was intended to identify the books that had "changed our country's psychic landscape."Alma mater: University of Edinburgh.

Geological Survey of Canada: Report of Progress from Its Commencement to () • 2 Green Grass, Running Water () • 25 The Group of Seven: Art for a Nation () • 25 The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man () • 10 The Handmaid’s Tale () • 22 Howie Meeker’s Hockey Basics () • In Scotland the date of its introduction is a disputed point, but it seems to have been planted at Dunkeld by the 2nd duke of Athole inand about thirteen or fourteen years later considerable plantations were made at that place, the commencement of one of the largest planting experiments on record; it is estimated that 14 million larches.

Logan's own work, written with T. Hunt, is Geology of Canada: Report of Progress of the Geological Survey from Its Commencement to (). A biography is Bernard J. Harrington, Life of Sir William E. Logan (). For a background work in which Logan is cited see Carl O. Dunbar, Historical Geology (; 3d ed.

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MILROY. The history of many important military operations in the present war, will be recorded most correctly in the proceedings of the Courts of Inquiry and Courts Martial, which, from time to time, have been or.

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