Biennial Report of the Historical Department of Iowa

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Page 70 - List of the Vertebrated Animals now or lately living in the Gardens of the Zoological Society of London, 1872 Ditto.
Page 67 - Register of the Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the Navy of the United States, including Officers of the Marine Corps for the year 1839. Printed by order of the Secretary of the Navy, in Compliance with a Resolution of the Senate of the United States of August 2d, 1813.
Page 66 - NH, during the year 1862; together with the names of the Soldiers of this town in the war. By Rev. ELIAS NASON Exeter.
Page 67 - Papers of James Monroe listed in chronological order from the original manuscripts in the Library of Congress. Compiled under the direction of WC Ford.
Page 66 - Map of the United States lead mines on the Upper Mississippi river drawn and published by RW Chandler, Galena, 1829.
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Page 4 - Aldrich reinforced his former suggestions with these remarks which appear in the printed report of the Historical Department: In THE ANNALS OF IOWA and elsewhere the writer has for some years advocated the establishment of a bureau or department for the preservation of papers and documents which originate in the various executive offices in the capital, but for the adequate care of which our statutes contain no provision.

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