United States and Mexican Boundary Survey

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United States and Mexican Boundary Survey (1848-1855), sometimes known as the Emory Survey

Report on the United States and Mexican boundary survey, made under the direction of the secretary of the Interior by William H. Emory. The volume on Birds (1857) was edited by Spencer Fullerton Baird, but the artists were not credited on the individual plates. The plates of birds in this work are very similar to those of the Pacific Railroad Surveys. The zoology material was edited by Spencer Fullerton Baird.

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