Subterranean Twin Cities by Greg Brick

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Author Greg Brick qualifies as the quintessential Twin Cities Mole: For two decades, this geologist, historian, and urban speleologist has been exploring Minneapolis–St. Paul's vast and varied underground landscape. In this engaging, illustrated, groundbreaking book, Brick shares his nonpareil research on Minnesota caves, tunnels, and subterranean industrial spaces, ranging from geological wonders to 19th-century tourist attractions. A smooth combination of scientific savvy and apparently unquenchable curiosity.

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Greg Brick has been exploring, researching, and writing about the St. Paul and Minneapolis underground for more than two decades. The author of Iowa Underground: A Guide to the State’s Subterranean Treasures, he has worked as a hydrogeologist and geologist at environmental consulting firms around the country. His work has been featured in National Geographic Adventure Magazine as well as on the History Channel.
Published April 6, 2009 by Univ Of Minnesota Press. 256 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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An enjoyable account, not for the squeamish, of a geologist's travels beneath our city streets.

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