Lectures on the historical geography of the United States as given in 1933 / by Harlan H. Barrows ; edited by William A. Koelsch.

; Koelsch, William A
Chicago, Ill. University of Chicago Press 1962.

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Other Authors Koelsch, William A.
Subjects Historical geography.
Territorial expansion.
United States -- Historical geography.
United States -- Territorial expansion.
United States.
Series Research paper (University of Chicago. Department of Geography) ; no. 77.
Description 248 pages illustrations, maps 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1962.
Notes "Memorial volume of lectures by Harlan H. Barrows"--Page iii.
Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents The early geography of Middle America -- Eastern North America as a fur trader's country -- The early geography of the coastal plain and piedmont -- The evolution of environmental adjustments in New England -- Geography of the early movement of population across the Appalachian highlands -- The early geography of the Ohio basin -- The political geography of the Louisiana Purchase -- Geography of the middle and southern interior in the steamboat period, 1820-1850 -- Geography of the Great Lakes region in the steamboat period, 1820-1850 -- The advance to the Rockies: Rocky Mountain fur trade and the Santa Fe trade -- The early geography of the Pacific Northwest -- Early California: shifting environmental relations -- The semi-arid belt: successive economic adjustments -- The railroad net.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)166651
(OCoLC)ocm00166651
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Barrows, Harlan H. 1877-
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