Report of Progress - Geological Survey of Canada
Atlases accompany 1853-56, 1877/78, 1882-1884. Atlas accompanying 1853-56 has title: Plans of various lakes and rivers between Lake Huron and the river Ottawa, to accompany the geological reports ... Toronto, 1857.
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