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Surveying the record : North American scientific exploration to 1930

Auteur(s) : Carter II, Edward C. (Éd.)Description matérielle : xv-344 p. ill. 26 cmCollection : (Memoirs of the American philosophical society. 231) Publication : Philadelphia : American philosophical society, 1999.Cote : N.286ISSN : 00659738.Note : Réf. Dissém. ; IndexNote complémentaire : Ouvrage collectif  Thématique : Mission scientifique | Expédition | Histoire | EthnologieThématique spécifique : Explorateur | Géographie Géographique : Amérique du Nord
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Allen, John L. : Where we are and how we got there. Surveying the record of exploration studies ;

Short, John Rennie : A new mode of thinking. Creating a national geography in the early Republic ;

Nelson, Clifford M. : Toward a reliable geologic map of the United States, 1803-1893 ;

Green Musselman, Elizabeth : Science as a landed activity. Scientifics and seamen aboard the U.S. exploring expedition ;

Joyce Barry Alan : Elisha Kent Kane and the Eskimo of Etah. 1853, 1854, 1855 ;

Allard, Dean C. : A pioneering oceanic exploration. Spencer Baird and the Northeast Atlantic, 1871-1887 ;

Manthorne, Katherine E. : Legible landscapes. Text and image in the expeditionary art of Frederic Church ;

Tyler, Ron : Illustrated government publications related to the American West, 1843-1863 ;

Rindge, Debora : Science and art meet in the Parlor. The role of popular magazine illustration in the pictorial record of the "great surveys" ;

Fowler, Don D., Wilcox, David R. : From Thomas Jefferson to the Pecos conference. Changing anthropological agendas in the North American Southwest ;

Cole, Douglas, Long, Alex : The boasian anthropological survey tradition. The role of Franz Boas in North American anthropological surveys ;

Barth, Gunther : Strategies for finding the Northwest passage. The roles of Alexander Mackenzie and Meriwether Lewis ;

Furtwangler, Albert : Do or die, but then report and ponder. Palpable and mental adventures in the Lewis and Clark journals ;

Godfrey, Matthew : Traversing the fortieth parallel. The experiences of Robert Ridgway, teenage ornithologist ;

Hume, Brad D. : The romantic AND the technical in early nineteenth-century American exploration ;

Worster, Donald : The second Colorado river expedition. John Wesley Powell, Mormonism and the environment

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