Manual of geology: :
treating of the principles of the science with special reference to American geological history, for the use of colleges, academies, and schools of science. /
By James D. Dana, M.A., LL.D. Silliman Professor of Geology and Natural History in Yale College; author of "A system of mineralogy," of Reports of Wilke's exploring expedition on geology, on zoophytes, and on crustacea, etc. ; [Two lines Cicero; one line from Juvenal] ; Illustrated by a chart of the world, and over one thousand figures, mostly from American sources.
|Main Author:||Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895.|
|Related Names:||Butler, J. M. , engraver., Sanford, Lockwood 1817-1890, engraver., Sandoz, Ernest , ill., Dana, James Dwight 1813-1895, ill., Meek, F. B. 1817-1876, ill., Hall, James 1811-1898.|
Philadelphia : published by Theodore Bliss & Co. ; 1863.
Index, p. 773-798.
"Addenda and corrigenda."--printed slip, tipped in after p. xvi.
Philada."--Metal-engraved map, at end.
"The illustrations of American palæozoic life life have been largely copied from the reports of Professor Hall. A few of the Palæozoic figures, and many of later periods, are from original drawings made by Mr. F.B. Meek ... The name of the engraver, Lockwood Sanford, of New Haven, also deserves mention"--Preface, p. vii, dated at New Haven, November 1, 1862. "Physiographic chart of the world by James D. Dana. ... Et. Sandoz del. Engraved at J.M. Butlers [sic] establishment 242 Chestnut St.
Wood-engraved frontispiece plate included in pagination.
"Electrotyped by L. Johnson and Co. Philadelphia. C. Sherman & Son printers."--verso of title page.
Copyright 1862 by Theodore Bliss & Co.
Spine title: Dana's manual of geology.
xvi, 798 p.,  folded leaf of plates :
ill., maps ;
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