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Item:193384167370Full title: Sec. No. 4. Section showing the relative thickness and dip of the lower Magnesian Limestone (F. No.2) and underlying sandstone. With its subordinate beds (F. No.1. b.c.d.e, and f) from the Mississippi River, to the trap exposure at the Falls of St. Croix. By D. Owen. Sec. No.5. Geological section on Mississippi River from the mouth of Lake St. Croix to 1 mile above the falls of St. Anthony ... Constructed from observation made by D.D. Owen & B.F. Shumard. Description: Gorgeous series of colored geological cross sections with views of hills and scenery along Lake St. Croix (section 4), starting from the mouth of the lake to the Great Bend/Detroit, the to the "Correction Line", and finally to the Dalles and Falls of St. Croix, and from the falls of St. Anthony to the Detroit or Great Bend of Lake St. Criox. Size: Sec. 4 = 14 1/4 x 12 1/4 inches, one fold | Sec. 5 = 17 x 12 1/4 inches, two folds Condition: excellent condition, no tears or separations, both printed on strong, slightly translucent paper, uniform, light tanning, with a slight water stain at the lower ens of one fold, but outside of the image area. Shipping: Will ship flat, folded as issued, media mail, for free.Year:1852, Format:Folding Map, Cartographer/Publisher:Owen, Type:Geological Map, Original/Reproduction:Antique Original, Date Range:1800-1899, Printing Technique:Copper Plate, US State:Minnesota, Country/Region:United States of America
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2 geology maps Owen 1852 Lake St. Croix-Dalles, Mississippi to St. Anthony Falls