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XJnite'd States. Department of the i^ rior. {U. S. geological survey.)
Departiaent of the interior | — Monographs | of the | United

States geological survey | Volume XVIII | [Seal of the depart-
ment] I Washingt-on | government printing office | 1891
Second title: United States geological survey | J. W. Powell,

director | — | Gasteropoda and cephalopoda | of the | Raritan

clays and greensand marls | of New Jersey | hy | Robert Parr

Whitfield I [Vignette] |
Washington | government printing office | 1H91
40. 402 pp. 60 pi.



Whitfield (Robert Parr).

United States geological survey | J. W. Powell, director | — |
Gasteropoda and cephalopoda | of the | Raritan clays and green-
sand marls j of New Jersey | hy | Robert Parr Whittield |
[Vignette] |

Washington | government printing office | 1H91

40. 402 pp. 50 pi.

[UNrrBD Statk». Department ,/ the interior. (XT. S. geological gurvey).
Monograph XVII I.]



^ United States geological survey | J. W. Powell, director | — |

a Gasteropoda and cephalopoda | of the | Raritan clays and gieen-

« sand marls | of New Jersey | by | Robert Parr Whittield |

5 [Vignette] |

« Washington | govern* ni printing office | 1891

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