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ISNI: 
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Name: 
Barton Rogers, William
Gulielmus Barton Rogers
Rogers, William Barton
William Barton Rogers (American scientist, founder of MIT)
William Barton Rogers (Amerikaans wetenschapper (1804-1882))
William Barton Rogers (scienziato e accademico statunitense)
ويليام بارتون روجرس
ویلیام بارتون راجرز (دانشمند آمریکایی)
ウィリアム・バートン・ロジャース
威廉·巴頓·羅傑斯
Dates: 
1804-1882
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Guyot, A. (1807-1884)
Guyot, Arnold (1807-1884)
Rogers, Emma
Rogers, Henry (18..-....))
Rogers, Henry D. (1808-1866) (Henry Darwin))
Rogers, R. E. (1813-1884)
Rogers, Robert Empie (1813-1884)
Sedgwick, W. T. (1885-1921) (William Thompson))
Virginia. Board of Public Works
Virginia. Board of public works. [from old catalog]
Virginia. Geological survey. [from old catalog]
Titles: 
account of two remarkable trains of angular erratic blocks in Berkshire, Matt., with an attempt at an explanation of the phenomena, An
Address before the Lyceum of natural history of Williams college
Contributions to the geology of the United States
Elements of mechanical philosophy, for the use of the junior students of the University of Virginia.
Geological map of Virginia & West Virginia showing their chief geological sub-divisions
Life and letters of William Barton Rogers
Middle Atlantic States & North Carolina : physical and political
On the age of the coal rocks of Eastern Virginia
On the connection of thermal springs in Virginia with anticlinal axes and faults
On the decomposition and partial solution of minerals, rocks, &c., by pure water and water charged with carbonic acid. by W.B. Rogers and R.E. Rogers ...
On the formation of rotating rings by air and liquids under certain conditions of discharge
Report of the geological reconnoissance of the state of Virginia : Made under the appointment of the Board of public works
reprint of annual reports and other papers on the geology of the Virginias, A
Some experiments on sonorous flames, with remarks on the primary source of their vibration.
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