Bulletin of the American Geographical Society: Volume XXXIV, No. 3, June 1902.

By: Hurlbut, Geo. C. (editor).

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8vo - 24.5 x 15.5 cm.; Pages 197 to 282. The society was founded in 1852 with the object of encouraging geographical exploration and discovery. Contents (articles only): 1 - "Maps and Map Making" by John R. Torbert, 2 - "The Forest People of British Guiana" by James Rodway, 3 - "The Ruined Pueblo in New Mexico Discovered by Vargas in 1692" by J. Walter Fewkes, 4 - "On the Flora of the West Indies with Special Reference to the Island of St. Kitts" by W. H. Alexander, 5 - "Notes on Economic Geography" by Albert Perry Brigham, 6 - "Notes on Climatology" by Robert Dec. Ward, 7 - "Census Statistics of Agriculture" by Henry Gannett, 8 - "M. Froidevuax's Paris Letter", 9 - "US Board on Geographic Names - Decisions", 10 - "Departure of the Windward" by H. L. Bridgman. The paper covers are edge worn and browned. The interior is clean with some pages still uncut on the top and fore edges.

Title: Bulletin of the American Geographical Society: Volume XXXIV, No. 3, June 1902.

Author Name: Hurlbut, Geo. C. (editor).

Categories: Exploration & Travel,

Publisher: New York, New York, American Geographical Society: 1902

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 13050

Keywords: American Geographical Society Ethnology Climatology Geography Cartography Maps Geology Science John R. Torbert