Reports Of Explorations And Surveys, To Ascertain The Most Practicable And Economical Route For A Railroad From The Mississippi River To The Pacific Ocean. Volume VII. SOUTHWEST U. S., Lt. John G. Parke, Thomas Antisell, John Torrey.
Reports Of Explorations And Surveys, To Ascertain The Most Practicable And Economical Route For A Railroad From The Mississippi River To The Pacific Ocean. Volume VII.
Reports Of Explorations And Surveys, To Ascertain The Most Practicable And Economical Route For A Railroad From The Mississippi River To The Pacific Ocean. Volume VII.

Reports Of Explorations And Surveys, To Ascertain The Most Practicable And Economical Route For A Railroad From The Mississippi River To The Pacific Ocean. Volume VII.

Washington, D.C. U.S. Government. 1857.
Volume VII. 8 color lithograph views, 2 folding maps (geological), black and white plates: 10 for paleontology, 14 for geology, 8 for botany, 11 for meterology; 11 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches, original marble paper covered boards with leather spine and corners. Binding is very worn, front joint cracked but text block is tight; last 1/8 of text block has light dampstaining in margin, in addition there is a tiny strip of dampstaining to a few of the geological plates; in general the volume is clean with minimal foxing; the color lithograph views are particularly clean and bright with just a little occasional foxing to margins. Volume VII. House of Representatives 33d Congress, 2d Session. Ex. Doc. No. 91. Contains Part I General Report: no. 1. Report of explorations from San Francisco bay to Los Angeles. No. 2. Report of explorations from Pimas villages to the Rio Grande. Part II. Geological report. Part III. Botanical Report, plus appendices. Lithograph views cover areas around San Diego to southwest of Tucson, Arizona. Attractive black and white lithographs of California flora. Item #33278

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