Tenth annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, showing the operations, expenditures, and condition of the Institution, up to January 1, 1856,...

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Authors and Corporations: Chace, George J. (Other), Clingman, Thomas Lanier (Other), Guyot, Arnold (Other), Harvey, William Henry (Other), Letherman, Jonathan (Other), Logan, Thomas Muldrup (Other), Masterman, Stillman (Other), Morris, J.G. (Other), Muller, John (Other), Smith, J. Lawrence (Other), Snell, Ebenezer Strong (Other), United States Congress Senate (Author), Smithsonian Institution Board of Regents (Other)
Title: Tenth annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, showing the operations, expenditures, and condition of the Institution, up to January 1, 1856, and the proceedings of the Board up to March 22, 1856
published:
Washington, DC, 1856
Online-Ausg.. Chester, Vt: NewsBank, inc, 2004
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (438 p); illustrations, tables
Part of: United States congressional serial set
Part of: Mis. doc. / 34th Congress, 1st session. Senate
Type of Resource:E-Book
Source:U.S. Congressional Serial Set
Notes:Directions for meteorological observations, by A. Guyot, follows p. 214. Index precedes p. 430. Insect instincts and transformations, by J.G. Morris, follows p. 135. Journal of proceedings of the Board of Regents, p. 75. Lectures on marine algae, by William Henry Harvey, p. 87. List of meteorological observers, p. 62. Natural history as applied to farming and gardening, by J.G. Morris, follows p. 130. Observations on thunder and lightning, by Stillman Masterman, follows p. 263. On meteoric stones, by J. Lawrence Smith, follows p. 149. On planetary disturbances, by E.S. Snell, follows p. 174. On the climate of California, by Thomas M. Logan, follows p. 190. Oxygen and its combinations, by George J. Chace, follows p. 141. Report of recent progress in physics, by John Muller, follows p. 309. Report of the Executive Committee, p. 67. Report of the Secretary, p. 13. Sketch of the Navajo Indians, by J. Letherman, follows p. 282. Table of contents follows p. 423. Topography of Black Mountain, by Thomas L. Clingman, follows p. 297. © 2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved
Language: English