2 edition of The first scientist of the Mississippi Valley found in the catalog.
|Other titles||A memoir of the life and work of Doctor Antoine François Saugrain.|
|Statement||by William Vincent Byars|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
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First Church of Christ, Scientist, Kalispell, Montana is one of the world-wide branches of The Mother Church founded by Mary Baker Eddy.. This branch church was established in the early ’s after students of the religion came to Kalispell and started conducting church services in their homes and sharing Christian Science literature. To date, no mounds of the Archaic period ( to B.C.) have been positively identified in Mississippi; the mounds described herein all date to the last two cultural periods. The Middle Woodland period ( B.C. to A.D.) was the first era of widespread mound construction in Mississippi.
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Chesterian rocks occur in the Mississippi Valley region, where they consist of about metres (1, feet) of alternating limestones, sandstones, and shales.
The lowest unit of the series is a sandstone, which is succeeded by cyclically recurring sandstones and limestones. Get this from a library. The journals of Joseph N. Nicollet: a scientist on the Mississippi headwaters, with notes on Indian life, [J N Nicollet] -- The fame of French scientist and geographer Joseph N.
Nicollet rests upon his monumental map and report of the Upper Mississippi Valley. The map, published by the United States government in Mississippian culture, the last major prehistoric cultural development in North America, lasting from about ad to the time of the arrival of the first European explorers.
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The violent wind hastens to spread the flame over a constantly widening space, until large districts are laid waste by the "destroying element." It is familiarly known that these fires have annually spread over the great prairie region of the Mississippi Valley since their first exploration.
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The Mississippi Valley Historical Review Journal description. In October, seven of the leading historical societies of the Mississippi Valley were invited to Lincoln, Nebraska "for the. Saugrain was the first doctor west of the Mississippi to use Jenner’s cowpox vaccine during a smallpox outbreak in the region.
He died in St. Louis in The Collection. This collection contains two ledgers used by Antoine Saugrain during his time as a physician in St. Louis. The first ledger is dated and spans the years to MISSISSIPPI VALLEY occupies the center of the United States. It stretches 2, miles from Lake Itasca in northern Minnesota to the mouth of the Mississippi River in the Gulf of Mexico.
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