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    LETTER. Frof. N. H, Winchell: CHEMI

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    VL NOTE ON THE AGE OF THE ROCKS OF

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    214 INDEX. Biotite 20 Blanchaid rap

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    216 IKDEX. Herrick, C. L., 183,193,

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    218 iNDi;;x. Pipestone 7, 8 PitUbar

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    PLATE 1. Fig. 1. Map showing rock-o

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    ' ^ PUBLIC A TIOKS OF THE GEOLOGICA

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    I THE GEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTOE

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    The Board of Regents OF THE UNIVERS

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    D TWELFTH AITJTOAL REPORT. the syst

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    II. PALJ^]ONTOLOGY. (a) A NEW TRILO

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    III. THE COMPARATIVE STRENGTH OF MI

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    THE GEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY

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    2. D. saii:ruineus. Forbes. , . 136

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 179 Up to the pres

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 181 seen through t

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    " STATE GEOLOGIST. 183 FAMILY HARPA

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    could ; I Bo4y flattened; STATE GEO

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    INDEX. Page. Page. Acanthocercus ri

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    3XDEX. 189 Vat'p. Page. C. fimbriat

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    INDEX. 191 Page . Page. L. macrurus

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    PLATE A. Fig. 1. Fig. la. Fig. 2. F

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    I I i

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    MINNESOTA CRUSTACEA. PLATE B. GeoL.

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    . MINNESOTA CRUSTACEA. From the 10t

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    MINNESOTA CRUSTACEA. 12 ^AnnuaZ Rep

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    12V^Annual Report MINNESOTA CRUSTAC

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    12^AA nniuil Haport MINNESOTA CRUST

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    MINNESOTA CRUSTACEA. 12 thAnnual Re

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    MINNESOTA CRUSTACEA, ^^ t^Annual Re

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    MINNESOTA CRUSTACEA. 2^Annual Repor

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    MINNESOTA CRUSTACEA. l^th Annual Re

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    . MINNESOTA CRUSTACEA. From the 10t

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    Fig. PLATE K.

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    MINNESOTA CRUSiTACEA. 12 th'Annual

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    I'^ihAnnual Report MINNESOTA CRUSTA

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    N/IINNESO.TA CRUSTACEA. 12 Oi-Annua

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    MINNESOTA^CRUSTACEA. 12 *^ AnniLoI

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    M I N N ESOTA CRUSTACEA. J2thAnnita

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    MINNESOTA CRUSTACEA. I2'thAnnual Re

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    MINNESOTA CRUSTACEA. From the 10th

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    . MINNESOTA CRUSTACEA. From the ICt

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    MINNESOTA CRUSTACEA. From the 10th

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    MINNESOTA CRUSTACEA. From the 10th

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    f 16

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    Fig. 1. PLATE S,

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    1^ tA Annual Re.port MINNESOTA CRUS

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    MINNESOTA CRUSTACEA 12 thAnnual Rt^

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    MINNESOTA CRUSTACEA. From the 10th

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    ^''i V^Annual Report MINNESOTA CRUS

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    THE GEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY

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    6 TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT. the North

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    8 TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT. vascular c

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    1 10 TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT. includi

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    12 TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT. Lake Supe

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    CATALOGUE. EANUNCULACE^. Crowfoot F

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 19 K. affinis, R.

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    ACT^EA, L. STATE GEOLOGIST. 21 Bane

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 23 PAPAYERACE^. Po

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 25 A. laevigrata,

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 27 D. aeniorosa, L

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 29 V. lanceolata,

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 81 H, prolificum,

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 33 C. arvense, L.

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    I STATE GEOLOGIST. 35 TILIACE^. Lin

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 3< RUTACE^]. Hue F

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 39 CEANOTHUS, L. N

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 41 P. paueifolia,

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 43 P. caiidicUis,

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    in ^ STATE GEOLOGIST. 45 (). spleiH

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 47 Li, paluster, L

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 49 AOKIMOIS'IA, To

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 51 P. tridentata,

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 53 C subvillosa, S

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 55 PARNASSIA, Tour

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 57 ONAGRACE^. Even

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 59 CACTACEiE. Cact

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    PASTIIS'ACA, Tourn. STATE GEOLOGIST

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    SIUM, L. STATE GEOLOGIST. 63 Water-

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 65 Dwarf Cornel an

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 67 borne first by

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 69 Jii, cyliiidrac

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 71 Mississippi riv

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. f3 A. puDiceus, L.

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 75 SOLIDAGO, L. Go

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    :|: Grindelia, STATE GEOLOGIST. 77

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 79 county (common)

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 81 H. rig'iclus, D

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 83 C aristosa, Mic

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 85 A. ciracunculoi

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 87 extending eastw

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. . 89 CICHORIUM, To

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    TARAXACUM, Haller. STATE GEOLO^GIST

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. * 93 V. Vitis-Ida^

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 95 P. chlorantlia,

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 97 flowers, found

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 99 L. vulgaris, Mi

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 101 G. purpurea, L

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 103 VERBENACE^. Ve

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 105 M. punctata, L

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 107 O. Carolinianu

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 109 HYDROPHYLLACE^

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. Ill C Gronovii, Wi

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 113 Minneapolis, R

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 115 A. obtiisifoli

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 117 C. BosciaDum,

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 119 P. orientale-t

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 121 R.crispus,L Cu

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    SI ATE GEOLOGIST. 123 PODOSTEMACE^.

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 125 PILEA, Lindl.

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    Upper STATE GEOLOGIST. 127 Q. rubra

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 129 neapolis, Kass

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 131 counties and f

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 133 Norwood in the

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. , 135 ACORUS, L. S

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 137 P. Illiiioeiis

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 139 » HYDROCHARID

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    Terry, STATE GEOLOGIST. 141 lake Su

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 143 HJEMODORACEJE.

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 145 TOFIELDIA, Hud

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    CAMASSIA^ Lindl. STATE GEOLOGIST. 1

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. . 149 J, nodosus,

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 151 E. paliistris,

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    SCLERIA, L. STATE GEOLOGIST. 153 Nu

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 155 C. Deweyana, S

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 157 C. Crawei, Dew

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 159 C. oligosperni

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 161 A. canina, L.

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 163 STIPA, L. Feat

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 165 BUCHLOE, En^el

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 167 G. fluitans, R

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    SCHEDONNARDU&, Steudel.* STATE GEOL

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 171 A. striata, Mi

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 173 [Two others of

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    OHEI LANTHES, Swartz. STATE GEOLOGI

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 177 A. Boottii,Tuc

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 179 OPHIOGLOSSACEt

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 181 APPENDIX. Sinc

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    STATE GEOLOGIST. 183 Gramineae, 17;

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    Orders. STATE GEOLOGIST. 185

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    INDEX TO THE FLOEA OF MINNESOTA. Na

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    Cyperus, 150. Cypripedlum, 142. Cys

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    Medicago, 41. Medick, 41. JMelampyr

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    INDEX TO THE FLORA OF MINNESOTA. 19

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    LIST OF PUBLICATIONS, The Eighth An

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