3 edition of abandoned shore-lines of eastern Wisconsin. found in the catalog.
abandoned shore-lines of eastern Wisconsin.
James Walter Goldthwait
|Statement||By James Walter Goldthwait.|
|Series||Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Bulletin no. XVII. Scientific series -- no. 5., Bulletin (Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey) -- 17., Scientific series (Madison, Wis.) -- no. 5.|
|LC Classifications||GB126.W6 G7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 134 p.|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||07001578|
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The Abandoned Shore-Lines of Eastern Wisconsin Hardcover – Febru by James Walter Goldthwait (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback "Please retry" $ $ — Hardcover $Author: James Walter Goldthwait. Excerpt from The Abandoned Shore-Lines of Eastern Wisconsin, Vol.
17 As one of the eight states which border on the great Lau rentian lakes, Wisconsin possesses a share of the records of the still' greater lakes of late glacial time. The northwest corner of the state, near the south Superior shore, contains a large series of abandoned high Author: James Walter Goldthwait.
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4 ABANDONED SHORE-LINES OF EASTERN WISCONSIN. found farther north by the writer, in Ozaukee and Sheboygan counties, at the foot level. It is not known that the Glenwood readvance was attended by any change of level of Lake Chicago.
In the lower part of Fig. 1 is shown the supposed outline of the lakes near the close of the Glenwood stage. Apostle Islands National Lakeshore is one of the most eerie abandoned places in Wisconsin. Visitors can embark on a 2-mile hiking trail along these empty cottages.
Along the way, you’ll come across a dilapidated s Chevy Coupe and a Ford Model T. Guests haven’t reported seeing any paranormal activity here, but it’s definitely a. The abandoned shore-lines of eastern Wisconsin. Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Bulletin Schneider, A.F., and Hansel, A.K.
Evidence for post-Two Creeks age of the type Calumet shoreline of glacial Lake Chicago. In Late Quaternary History of the Lake Michigan Basin. Edited by A.F. Schneider and G.S.
Fraser. Abandoned Railroads of Wisconsin; Pertaining to all railroading subjects, past and present, in the American Midwest, including Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa and Kansas. For questions specific to a railroad company, please seek the appropriate forum.central and eastern Wisconsin.
Number of occupied territories has increased from in to in Northern one-fourth, and south into central Wisconsin Statewide; uncommon winter resident south Statewide, but uncommon summer resident west and central.
Often seen in large numbers during fall migration Statewide but uncommon. Watch for.There documented lakes in Wisconsin. Of these, about 40 percent have been named. They range in size from small one-and two-acre (–1 ha) ponds to ,acre (55, ha) Lake Winnebago. They range in depth from a few feet (around 1 meter) to feet ( m) for Wazee Lake.