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Geology: The Science of the Earth's Crust

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Geology: The Science of the Earth's Crust
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Publisher: P. F. Collier & Son Company
Number of pages: 401

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In the preparation of this book the author has attempted to present, in popular form, the salient points of a general survey of the whole great science of geology, the science which deals with the history of the earth and its inhabitants as revealed in the rocks.

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