National Geographic : 1896 Feb
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE COMMENCED JANUARY, 1888. TWO VOLUMES PER YEAR. THE AMERICAN GEOLOGIST, 1896. The Oldest Exclusively Geological Magazine Published in America TER IIS. To Subscribers in the United States, Canada and Mexico................ $3.50 a year To other Subscribers in the Postal Union.................... ......... 4.00 a year The AMERICAN GEOLOGIST is issued monthly from the office of publication at Minne apolis, Minnesota, United States of America. Sixteen volumes are nearly completed; the seventeenth begins with the number for January, 1896. The magazine has received a cordial welcome and a generous support from leading geologists everywhere and it is now recognized as the exponent of the rapid geological progress that is taking place on the continent of North America, including Canada, the United States and Mexico. No where else in the world are geologic phenomena exhibited on a more extensive scale and nowhere else are results attained of greater economic and scientific importance. The AMERICAN GEOLOGIST lays before its readers from month to month the latest results of geological work. In addition to the longer papers it gives synopses of recent geological publications and brief notes on current geological events. THE GEOLOGICAL PUBLISHING CO., MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. The American Forestry Association, ORGANIZED 1882, Seeks to promote a more rational and conservative treat ment of private woodlands, the enactment of legislation for the benefit of forest property, and the reservation, protection, and proper use of State and National forests; invites timberland owners, lumbermen, publicists, and other persons directly or indirectly interested to become members by sending their address to the Secretary . . MEMBERS RECEIVE PROCEEDINGS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS. Annual Membership Dues, $2.00. Life Membership, $50. President: Hon. J. STERLING MORTON, Secretary of Agriculture. Vice-President for District of Columbia: Hon. GARDINER G. HUBBARD. Chairman of Executive Committee: B. E. FERNOW. Corresponding Secretary; F. H. NEWELL, U. S. Geol. Survey, Washington, D. C .