Book ID: CBB000067343

Hugh Miller's memoir: From stonemason to geologist. Edited by Shortland, Michael (1995)

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Miller, Hugh (Author)


Edinburgh University Press


Publication Date: 1995
Physical Details: v + 266 pp.; notes; index

Citation URI
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Authors & Contributors
Shortland, Michael
Taylor, Michael A.
Cumming, David A.
Stafford, Robert A.
Edmonds, J. M.
Davies, Gordon H. Herries
Journals
Archives of Natural History
Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology
History of Science
Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science
Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History
Imago Mundi: A Review of Early Cartography
Publishers
Cambridge University Press
Clarendon Press
Cromarty Arts Trust & the Elphinstone Institute of the University of Aberdeen
National Museums of Scotland
NMS Enterprises
Concepts
Geology
Natural history
Biographies
Earth sciences
Memoirs
Maps; atlases
People
Miller, Hugh
MacCulloch, John
Phillips, John
De la Beche, Henry
Murchison, Roderick Impey
Griffith, Richard John
Places
British Isles
Scotland
United States
Great Britain
Times
19th century
20th century, early
Institutions
University of London
Geological Society of London
Great Britain. Ordnance Survey
Great Britain. Geological Survey
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