I have been able to collect materials for the outline of such a map, which we should not have possessed but for the particular nature ... I have made, and to supply many others from observations made in passing through the interior of the country. ... I proceed now to the elementary portion of the report of which I have spoken.
|Title||:||Report of a Geological Reconnoissance Made in 1835|
|Author||:||George William Featherstonhaugh|