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The Elements of Geology: Adapted to the Use of Schools and Colleges

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The Elements of Geology: Adapted to the Use of Schools and Colleges
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Publisher: Gould & Lincoln
ISBN/ASIN: B0036N077Y
Number of pages: 198

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In preparing the following work, it was intended to present a systematic and somewhat complete statement of the principles of Geology, within such limits that they may be thoroughly studied in the time usually allotted to this science.

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