American Notes

  title={American Notes},
  • Geology
  • Nature
THE official report of the geological explorations prosecuted during the past summer by Prof. F. V. Hayden, under the authority of the Department of the Interior, has just been published by the Government in a well-printed volume of over five hundred pages, containing a full account of the geology and natural history of the region traversed. It embraces an article by Prof. Hayden upon the physical character and local geology of the different sections of his route, which extended from Cheyenne… 
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