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0000 0000 8112 3328
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Russell, I. C.
Russell, Israel
Russell, Israel C.
Russell, Israel Cook
Dates: 
1852-1906
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A journey up the Yukon River.
Ann Arbor folio, Michigan, 1908:
Correlation papers - the Newark system
existing glaciers of the united states
Geological history of lake Lahontan a quaternary lake of North Western Nevada
geological history of mono valley
geological reconnaissance along the north shore of lakes Huron and Michigan, A
geological reconnaissance in southern oregon, a
geological reconnoissance in central Washington, A
Geology and water resources of Nez Perce County, Idaho
Geology and water resources of the Snake river plains of Idaho
Glaciers of North America a reading lesson for students of geography and geology
Height and position of Mount St. Elias
[https://archive.org/details/geologicalhisto00russgoog geological history of lake lahontan]
[https://archive.org/details/glaciersnortham05russgoog glaciers of north america]
[https://archive.org/details/lakesnorthameri00russgoog lakes of north america]
[https://archive.org/details/northamerica00russ north america]
[https://archive.org/details/riversnorthamer01russgoog rivers of north america]
[https://archive.org/details/sketchgeologica00russgoog sketch of the geological history of lake lahontan]
[https://archive.org/details/volcanoesofnorth028555mbp volcanoes of north america]
Lakes of North America a reading lesson for students of geography and geology
North America.
Preliminary report on artesian basins in southwestern Idaho and southeastern Oregon
Present and extinct lakes of Nevada
Quaternary history of Mono Valley, California
reconnoissance in southeastern Washington, A
River development : as illustrated by the rivers of North America
sub-aerial decay of rocks
Subaërial decay of rocks, and origin of the red color of certain formations
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