Mirror of Literature,  3 (1824), 229–30.

Geographical Garden





Government, Botanical Gardens, Physical Geography, Education, Utility

People mentioned:

Gerardus Mercator

    Reports: 'A novel proposition has been made to the American Congress, in a memorial of Ira Hill, of Baltimore, for a grant of ten acres of land and ten thousand dollars capital, to enable him to construct in the city of Washington a geographical garden'.

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