REPORT ON THE OCOEE AND HIWASSEE MINERAL DISTRICT. BY...COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE, STATISTICS AND MINES.

Nashville: Tavel, Eastman & Howell, 1876. 67, [1 blank] pp, stitched Four folding maps of the District, with mineral deposits in color Lacks the front wrapper [plain rear wrapper present], else Very Good "There is no region in the State of Tennessee containing a larger number of valuable minerals than that drained by the Ocoee and Hiwassee rivers Here, within an area of 2,000 square miles, may be found gold, lead, copper, iron, roofing slate, lithographic stone, marble, and baryta, all of considerable economic value" OCLC locates 17 copies FIRST EDITION. Item #22871

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