2 edition of Exposition of the natural position of Mackinaw City found in the catalog.
Exposition of the natural position of Mackinaw City
Edward Deering Mansfield
|Statement||by E. D. Mansfield|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 44366|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||48|
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Get this from a library. Exposition of the natural position of Mackinaw City, and the climate, soil, and commercial elements of the surrounding country. [Edward Deering Mansfield; Wrightson &. Exposition of the natural position of Mackinaw City, and the climate, soil, and commercial elements of the surrounding country.
Cincinnati: Wrightson & Co., printers, (DLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Edward Deering Mansfield. Mackinaw Journal. Janu Febru Mackinaw Marquee. Fall Mansfield, Edward D. Exposition of the Natural Position of Mackinaw City Cincinnati, OH: Wrightson, Memories of Mackinaw: A Bicentennial Project of Mackinaw City Public Library & Mackinaw City Woman's Club.
Edward D. Mansfield’s pamphlet, Exposition of the Natural Position of Mackinaw City (), included an early example, a large foldout “Map illustrating the Canada and Northern Pacific and Other Proposed Railroads” produced by John Disturnell in New York.
Mansfield assured his readers that Mackinaw City was “the most reliable point for. trip by water to the White City with a faithful description of the ever memorable Columbian Exposition as far as possible consistent with the scope of this work.
Every opportunity has been embraced by the writer to incorporate the historical events, scientific facts, and natural phenomena most appropriate to the subject.
Mackinaw, the site for a great central city — The Venice of the lakes — Early importance as a central position — Nicolet — Compared geographically with other points — Immense chain of coast — Future prospects — Temperature — Testimony of the Jesuit fathers Exposition of the natural position of Mackinaw City book Healthfulness of the climate — Dr.
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