Transactions of the ... Annual Meetings of the Kansas Academy of Science, Bind 17
Kansas Publishing House, 1901
Vols. for 1881/82- include the Report of the secretary.
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Side 177 - A Comparative Study of the Lower Cretaceous Formations and Faunas of the United States. Jour. Geol., vol. V, pp.
Side 168 - Travels to the Source of the Missouri River and across the American Continent to the Pacific Ocean, performed by order of the Government of the United States in the years 1804, 1805 and 1806. By Captains Lewis and Clarke ; published from the official report, and illustrated by a map of the route and other maps.
Side 125 - Notes explanatory of a map and section, illustrating the geological structure of the country bordering on the Missouri river, from the mouth of the Platte to Fort Benton in latitude 47° 30' N., longitude 110° 30
Side 14 - The president, secretary and treasurer shall constitute an executive committee. The secretary shall have charge of all the books, collections and material property belonging to the Academy. SEC. 5. Unless otherwise directed by the Academy, the annual meeting shall be held at such time and place as the executive committee shall designate.
Side 168 - Great expectation attended the government expedition headed by Major Long, which left St. Louis in 1819. The destination was the Upper Missouri. The purpose was a comprehensive military and scientific exploration of the country between the Missouri River and the Rocky Mountains. In an editorial, the Missouri Gazette of April 21 said: 'The importance of this expedition has attracted the attention of the whole nation, and there is no measure which has been adopted by the present administration that...
Side 44 - Borglum executed the statues of the twelve apostles for the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City...
Side 183 - In width it varies from half a mile to 2 miles. On the south bank the bluffs of red shale and sandstone capped with gypsum, rise directly from the 'edge of the plain to a height of 100 feet or more. North of the plain these hills are not so steep and are. at a distance of half a mile or more from the plain, but even here the sinuous white line of gypsum may be traced along the tops of the bluffs as far as the eye can reach. In other words, the plain lies in...
Side 13 - The officers shall consist of a President, two Vice-Presidents, a Secretary, and a Treasurer.
Side 173 - Contributions to the fossil flora of the western Territories; the Tertiary flora: US Geol.