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“We feel much pleasure in stating that a party of Gentlemen, with their attendants, who upon the 18th of last month embarked on a trackless journey into the interior, have returned from their expedition without the slightest injury from either fatigue or accident. They report a prodigious extent...
California and the Southwest , by C. M. ZIERER (ed.); John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York, 1956. 376 pp. The Geographer as Scientist , by S. W. WOOLDRIDGE, with a Foreword by W. G. East; Nelson, London, 1956. xii + 299 pp., maps. 35/‐ stg. Précis de Géomorphologie . by M. DERRUAU; Masson, Paris,...
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