A view of the soil and climate of theUnited States of America
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Published by Hafner in New York .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

"Facsimile of the Philadelphia Conrad, 1804 edition, with plates and maps from the London J. Johnson, 1804 edition." Originally published as "Tableau du climat et du sol des Eṫats-Unis d"Amérique", Courcier, 1808.

Statementby C.F. Volney ; translated from the French with occasional remarks by C.B. Brown.
SeriesContributions to the history of geology -- 2
The Physical Object
Number of Pages446
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19675032M

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