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and parts of adjacent Territories, for the
year 1875. Maps and plates. 8

Washington, 1877

Tenth Annual Report, embracing Colorado
and parts of adjacent Territories, for the
year 1876. Maps. 8 Washington, 1878

Preliminary Report of the Field Work for
the season of 1877. 8 Washington, 1877

Eleventh Annual Report, embracing Idaho
and Wyoming, for the year 1877. Maps
and plates. 8 Washington, 1879

Preliminary Report of the Field Work for
the season of 1878. 8 Washington, 1878

Twelfth Annual Report. Report of Progress
of Exploration in Wyoming and Idaho for
the year 1878. In two parts. By F. V.
Hayden, United States Geologist. Maps
and plates (some coloured), also maps and
panoramic views in separate cover. 8

Washington, 1883

Bulletins of the Survey. Vols. I -6. Maps
and illustrations. 8

Washington, 1875-82
[For other Series of Bulletins, see
Geological Survey, infra."}

Final Reports of the Geological Survey of
the Territories. 4 Washington

Vol.i. Fossil Vertebrates. Parti. Con-
tributions to the Extinct Vertebrate
Fauna of the Western Territories. By
J. Leidy. Plates 1873

Vol. 2. The Vertebrata of the Cretaceous
Formations of the West. By E. D.
Cope. Plates 1875

Vol. 3. The Vertebrata of the Tertiary
Formations of the West. Book i.
By Edward D. Cope. Plates 1884
Vol. 5. Zoology and Botany. Part I.
Synopsis of the Acrididre of North
America. By Cyrus Thomas. Part 2.
Acrididse of North America not found
in the United States. Plate 1873
Vol. 6. Contributions to the Fossil
Flora of the Western Territories. Part

1. The Cretaceous Flora. By Leo
I>esqiiereux. J'lates 1874

Vol. 7. Contributions to the Fossil
Flora of the Western Territories. I 'art

2. The Tertiary Flora. By Leo
Lesquereux. Plates 1878



UNITED STATES G a.
Final Reports continued.

Vol. 8. Preliminary issue of Plates only.
Illustrations of Cretaceous arid Tertiary
Plants of the Western Territories of
the United States. Plates. 4 1878

Vol. 8. Contributions to the Fossil
Flora of the Western Territories. Part
3. The Cretaceous and Tertiary Floras.
By Leo Lesquereux. Plates. 4

Washington, 1883

Vol. 9. The Invertebrate Cretaceous
and Tertiary Fossils of the Upper
Missouri Country. By F. B. Meek.
Plates 1876

Vol. 10. A Monograph of the Geometrid
Moths, or Phakenidie, of the United
States. By A. S. Packard, jun. Plates

1876

Vol. ii. Monographs of North American
Rodentia. By Elliott Coues and J. A.
Allen 1877

Vol. 12. Fresh- water Rhizopods of
North America. By Joseph Leidy.
Plates 1879

Report on the Geology of the Eastern

Portion of the Uinta Mountains and a

region of country adjacent thereto. By

J. W. Powell. Plates. 4, with Atlas

Washington, 1876

Miscellaneous Publications Washington

No. I. Lists of Elevations and Dis-
tances in that portion of the United
States West of the Mississippi River.
Collated and arranged by Prof. C.
Thomas, under Dr F. V. Hayden. 12

1872

Ditto. Collated and arranged by

Henry Gannett. 8 1873

Ditto. 3rd and 4th eds. 1875, '^77

No. 2. Meteorological Observations,
during the year 1872, in Utah, Idaho,
and Montana. By Henry Gannett.
8 1873

No. 3. Birds of the North -West : a
Handbook of the Ornithology of the
region drained by the Missouri River
and its tributaries. By Elliot Coues.
8 1874

No. 4. Synopsis of the Flora of Color-
ado. By Thomas C. Porter and John
M. Coulter. 8 1874

No. 5. Descriptive Catalogue of the
Photographs of the U.S. Geological
Survey of the Territories for the years
1869 to 1875 inclusive. 2nd edition.
W. II. Jackson, photographer. Plates.
8 1875

No. 6. Meteorological Observations,
1873-74, in Colorado and Montana.
By G. B. Chittenden. 8 1874

No. 7. Ethnography and Philology of
the Hidatsa Indians. By Washington
Matthews. 8 1877



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UNITED STATES G a.
Miscellaneous Publications continued.

No. 8. Fur-bearing Animals : a Mono-
graph of North American Mustelidoe
... by Elliott Coues. Plates. 8

1877

No. 9. Descriptive Catalogue of Photo-
graphs of North American Indians. By
W. H. Jackson. 8 1877

No. 10. Bibliography of North Ameri-
can Invertebrate Paleontology. By C.
A. White and H. A. Nicholson. 8

1878

No. II. Birds of the Colorado Valley.
By E. Coues. Part i. 8 1878

No. 12. History of North American
Pinnipeds : a Monograph of the
Walruses, Sea-Lions, Sea-Bears, and
Seals of North America. By J. A.
Allen. 8 1880

Unclassed :

Final Report of the United States Geo-
logical Survey of Nebraska and portions
of the adjacent Territories, made under
the direction of the Commissioner of the
General Land Office. Maps. 8

Washington, 1872

Profiles, Sections, and other Illustrations,
designed to accompany the Final Report
of the Chief Geologist of the Survey, and
sketched under his directions by Henry
W. Elliott. 4 New York, 1872

Account of Photographs of 1873. 8

Washington, 1873

Twenty -five Photographic Views.

Catalogue of the Publications of the U.S.

Geological and Geographical Survey of

the Territories. 8 Washington, 1874

- Ditto. 3rd edition, revised to Dec.

31, 1878. 8 Washington, 1879

The Grotto Geyser of the Yellowstone
National Park ; with Descriptive Note.
Map and illustration. Atlas folio 1876

Sketch of the Origin and Progress of the
United States Geological and Geographi-
cal Survey of the Territories. 8

Washington, 1877

Bulletin of the Entomological Commission,
Nos. I and 2. Washington, 1877

First and Third Reportsof the United States

Entomological Commission for the years

1877 and 1883, relating to the Rocky

Mountain Locust. Maps and plates. 8

Washington, 1878-83

Hayden, F. V. Surveys West of the
Mississippi. [Congress Rep.] 8

Washington, 1874

Summary of the Field Work of the Hayden
Geological Survey during the season of
1875. 8 Washington [1876]

Explorations made under the direction of
Prof. F. V. Hayden in 1876 N.P., N.D.
[See also Hayden.]



UNITED STATES G b.

b. Geographical and Geological Survey of
the Rocky Mountain Region. J. W.
Powell in charge.

Preliminary Report on the Palaeontology
of the Black Hills. By R. P. Whitfield.
8 Washington, 1877

Report on the Geology of the Henry
Mountains. By G. K. Gilbert. Maps
and plates. 4 Washington, 1877

Report on the Geology and Resources of
the Black Hills of Dakota ; with Atlas.
By Henry Newton and Walter P. Jenney.
Plates. 4 Washington, 1 880

Contributions to North American Ethno-
logy. Vol. i. Maps in cover. 4

Washington, 1877



Ditto. Vol. 3.

Ditto. Vol. 4.
and illustrations

Ditto. Vol. 5.

4
Ditto. Vol. 6

Ditto. Vol. 7.



Maps and plates. 4"
Washington, 1877
Coloured frontispiece
Washington, 1 88 1
Coloured plates, iSrY.
Washington, 1882
Washington, 1890
A Dakota-English



Dictionary. By Stephen Return Riggs ;
edited by James Owen Dorsey. 4

Washington, 1890

c. U. S. Geological Survey.

Annual Reports. See King, C. ; Powell,

J. W.
Monographs of the United States Geo-

logiral Survey. J. W. Powell and

Clarence King, Directors.

Vol. i. I^ake Bonneville. By G. K.
Gilbert. Maps and plates. 4

Washington, 1890

Vol. 2. Tertiary History of the Grand

Canon District ; with Atlas. By

Clarence E. Dutton. Maps and plates

Washington, 1882

Vol. 3. Geology of the Comstock Lode
and the Washoe District ; with Atlas.
By George F. Becker. Plates 1882

Vol. 4. Comstock Mining and Miners.
By Eliot Lord. Maps 1883

Vol. 5. The Copper- Bearing Rocks of
I^ake Superior. By Roland Duer
Irving. Maps and plates 1883

Vol. 6. Contributions to the Knowledge
of the Older Mesozoic Flora of Vir-
ginia. By William Morris Fontaine.
Plates. 4 Washington, 1883

Vol. 7. Silver-Lead Deposits of Eureka,
Nevada. By Joseph Storey Curtis.
Plates. 4 Washington, 1884

Vol. 8. Palaeontology of the Eureka Dis-
trict. By Charles Doolittle Walcott.
Plates. 4 Washington, 1884

Vol. 9. Brachiopoda and Lamellibranchi-
ata of the Raritan Clays and Marls of
New Jersey. By Rolx.-rt P. Whitfield.
Maps and plates. 4 Washington, 1885



AMERICA -UNITED STATES.



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UNITED STATES G c.
Monographs continued.
Vol. 10. Dinocerata: a Monograph of an

Extinct Order of Gigantic Mammals.

By Othniel Charles Marsh. Plates. 4

Washington, 1886

Vol. ii. Geological History of Lake

Lahontan, a Quaternary Lake of North -

Western Nevada. By Israel Cook

Russell. Maps and plates. 4

Washington, 1885
Vol. 12. Geology and Mining Industry

of Leadville, Colorado ; with Atlas.

By Samuel Franklin Emmons. Plates

1886
Vol. 13. Geology ot the Quicksilver

Deposits of the Pacific Slope; with an

Atlas. By George F. Becker. Maps

and plates. 4 Washington, 1887-88
Vol. 14. Fossil Fishes and Fossil Plants

of the Triassic Rocks of New Jersey

and the Connecticut Valley. By John S.

Newberry. Plates. 4 Washington, \^&
Vol. 15. Text and Plates. The Potomac,

or Younger Mesozoic Flora. By W. M.

Fontaine. 4 Washington, 1889

Vol. 16. The Paleozoic Fishes of North

America. By J. S. Newberry. Plates.

4 Washington, 1889

Vol. 17. The Flora of the Dakota

Group. By L. Lesquereux. Plates.

4 Washington, 1891

Vol. 1 8. Gasteropoda and Cephalopoda

of the Raritan Clays and Greensand

Marls of New Jersey. By Robert Parr

Whitfield. Plates. 4 Washington, 1891
Vol. 19. The Penokee Iron-bearing series

of Michigan and Wisconsin. By Ro-
land Duer Irving and C. R. Van Hise.

Maps and plates. 4 Washington, 1892
Vol. 20. Geology of the Eureka District,

with Atlas. By Arnold Hague. Plates.

4 Washington, 1892

Vol. 21. Tertiary Rhyncophorous Cole-

optera of the U.S. By S. H. Scuddcr.

Plates. 4 Washington, 1893

Vol. 22. A Manual of Topographic

Methods. By Henry Gannett. Plates.

4 Washington, 1893

Bulletins of the Survey. 8 Washington

1. On Hypcrsthene-Andesite and on Tri-
rlinic Pyroxene in Augitic Rocks, by
Whitman Cross ; with a Geological
Sketch of Buffalo Peaks, Colorado ; by
S. F. Emmons. Plates 1883

2. Gold and Silver Conversion Tables,
giving the coining values of troy ounces
of fine metal, &c. Computed by Albert
Williams, jun. 1883

3. On the Fossil Faunas of the Upper
Devonian, along the meridian of 76' '30' ,
from Tompkins County, New York, to
Bradford County, Pennsylvania. By
Henry S. Williams. 1884



UNITED STATES G r.
Bulletins continued.

4. On Mesozoic Fossils. By Charles A.
White. Plates 1884

5. A Dictionary of Altitudes in the
United States. Compiled by Henry
Gannett 1884

6. Elevations in the Dominion of Canada.
By J. W. Spencer 1884

7. Mapoteca Geologica Americana. A
Catalogue of Geological Maps of
America (North and South), 1752-1881,
in Geographic andChronologic order.
By Jules Marcou and John Belknap
Marcou 1 884

8. On Secondary Enlargements of
Mineral Fragments in Certain Rocks.
By R. D. Irving and C. R. Van Hise.
Plates 1884

9. A Report of Work done in the Wash-
ington Laboratory during the fiscal
year 1883-84. F. W. Clarke, Chief
Chemist ; T. M. Chatard, Assistant
Chemist 1884

10. On the Cambrian Faunas of North
America. Preliminary studies. By
Charles Doolittle Wai cott. Plates 1884

11. On the Quaternary and Recent Mol-
lusca of the Great Basin ; with Descrip-
tions of New Forms. By R. Ellsworth
Call. Introduced by a sketch of the
Quaternary Lakes of the Great Basin,
by G. K. Gilbert. Plates 1884

12. A Crystallographic Study of the
Thinolite of Lake Lahontan. By
Edward S. Dana. Plates 1884

13. Boundaries of the United States and
of the several States and Territories,
with a Historical Sketch of the Terri-
torial Changes. By Henry Gannett

1885

14. The Electrical and Magnetic Pro-
perties of the Iron Carburets. By Carl
Barus and Vincent Strouhal 1885

15. On the Mesozoic and Cenozoic
Paleontology of California. By Charles
A. White 1885

16. On the Higher Devonian Faunas of
Ontario County, New York. By John
M. Clarke. Plates 1885

17. On the Development of Crystallisa-
tion in the Igneous Rocks of Washhoc,
Nevada, with Notes on the Geology of
the District. By Arnold Hague and
Joseph P. Iddings 1885

1 8. On Marine Eocene, Fresh-water
Miocene, and other Fossil Mollusca of
Western North America. By Charles
A. White. Plates 1885

19. Notes on the Stratigraphy of Cali-
fornia. By George F. Becker 1885

20. Contributions to the Mineralogy of
the Rocky Mountains. By Whitman
Cross and W. F. Hillcbrand. /'/aft:

1885



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UNITED STATES Gc.
Bulletins continued.

21. The Lignites of the Great Sioux
Reservation : a Report on the Region
between the Grand and Moreau Rivers,
Dakota. By Bailey Willis. Plates

1885

22. On New Cretaceous Fossils from
California. By Charles A. White.
Plates 1885

23. Observations on the Junction between
the Eastern Sandstone and the Kewee-
naw Series on Keweenaw Point, Lake
Superior. By R. D. Irving and T. C.
Chamberlin. Plates 1885

24. List of Marine Mollusca, comprising
the Quaternary Fossils and recent
Forms from American Localities be-
tween Cape Hatteras and Cape Roque,
including the Bermudas. By William
Healy Dall 1885

25. The Present Technical Condition of
the Steel Industry of the United States.
By Phineas Barnes 1885

26. Copper Smelting. By Henry M.
Howe 1885

27. Report of Work done in the Division
of Chemistry and Physics, mainly dur-
ing the fiscal year 1884-85 1886

28. The Gabbros and Associated Horn-
blende Rocks occurring in the neigh-
bourhood of Baltimore, Md. By
George Huntington Williams. Plates

1886

29. On the Fresh-water Invertebrates of
the North American Jurassic. By
Charles A. White. Plates 1886

30. Second Contribution to the Studies
on the Cambrian Faunas of North
America. By Charles Doolittle Wal-
cott. Plates 1886

31. Systematic Review of our Present
Knowledge of Fossil Insects, including
Myriapods and Arachnids. By Samuel
Hubbard Scudder 1886

32. Lists and Analyses of the Mineral
Springs of the United States : a Pre-
liminary Study. By Albert C. Peale

1886

33. Notes on the Geology of Northern
California. By J. S. Diller 1886

34. On the Relation of the Laramie
Molluscan Fauna to that of the suc-
ceeding Fresh -water Eocene and other
Groups. By Charles A. White. Plates

1886

35. Physical Properties of the Iron-Car-
burets. By Carl Barus and Vincent
Strouhal ' 1 886

36. Subsidence of Fine Solid Particles in
Liquids. By Carl Barns 1886

37. Types of the Laramie Flora. By
Lester F. Ward. Plates 1887

38. Peridotite of Elliott County, Ken-
tucky. By J. S. Diller, Plate 1887



UNITED STATES G c.
Bulletins continued.

39. The Upper Beaches and Deltas of
the Glacial Lake Agassiz. By Warren
Upham. Plate' 1887

40. Changes in River Courses in Wash-
ington Territory due to Glaciation.
By Bailey Willis. Plates 1887

41. On the Fossil Faunas of the Upper
Devonian the Genesee Section, New
York. By Henry S. Williams. Plates

1887

42. Report of Work done in the Division
of Chemistry and Physics, mainly dur-
ing the fiscal year 1885-86. F. W.
Clarke, Chief Chemist. Plate 1887

43. Tertiary and Cretaceous Strata of the
Tuscaloosa, Tombigljee, and Alabama
Rivers. By Eugene A. Smith and
Lawrence C. Johnson. Plates 1887

44. Bibliography of North American
Geology for 1886. By Nelson II.
Darton 1887

45. The Present Condition of Knowledge
of the Geology of Texas. By Robert
T. Hill 1887

46. Nature and Origin of Deposits of
Phosphate of Lime. By R. A. F.
Penrose, jun. With an Introduction
by N. S. Shaler 1 888

47. Analyses of Waters of the Yellow-
stone National Park, with an Account
of the Methods of Analysis employed.
By Frank Austin Gooch and James
Edward Whitfield 1888

48. On the Form and Position of the Sea
Level. By R. S. Woodward 1888

49. Latitudes and Longitudes of Certain
Points in Missouri, Kansas, and New
Mexico. By R. S. Woodward 1889

50. Formulas and Tables to facilitate the
Construction and Use of Maps. By
Robert Simpson Woodward 1889

51. On Invertebrate Fossils from the
Pacific Coast. By Charles Abiathar
White. Plates 1889

52. Sul>aerial Decay of Rocks, and Origin
of the Red Colour of Certain Forma-
tions. By I. C. Kussell. Plates 1889

53. The Geology of Nanlucket. By
N. S. Shaler. Plates 1889

54. On the Thermo-Electric Measure-
ment of High Temperatures. By Carl
Barus. Plates 1889
[Nos. 1-6 form Vol. \ ; Nos. 7-14, Vo/.

2; 15-23, Vol. 3; Nos. 24-30, Vol.
4 ; Nos. 31-36, Vol. 5 ; Nos. 37-41,
Vol. 6 ; Nos. 42-46, Vol. ^ ; and
Nos. 47-54, Vol. 8. The subsequent
numbers are not grouped into vols.]

55. Report of Work done in the Division
of Chemistry and Physics, mainly dur-
ing the fiscal year 1886-87. Frank
Wigglesworth Clarke, Chief Chemist

1889






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UNITED STATES G c.
Bulletins continued.

56. Fossil Wood and Lignite of the
Potomac Formation. By Frank Hall
Knowlton. Plates 1889

57^ A Geological Reconnaissance in
South-western Kansas. By Robert
Hay. Plates 1890

58. The Glacial Boundary in Western
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, In-
diana, and Illinois. By George Fred.
Wright. With an Introduction by
Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin. Plates

1890

59. The Gabb'ros and Associated Rocks
in Delaware. By Frederick D. Chester.
Plate 1890

60. Report of Work done in the Division
of Chemistry and Physics, mainly dur-
ing the fiscal year 1887-88. F. W.
Clark, Chief Chemist 1890

61. Contributions to the Mineralogy of
the Pacific Coast. By William Harlow
Melville and Waldemar Lindgren.
Plates 1890

62. The Greenstone Schist Areas of the
Menominee and Marquette Regions
of Michigan : a Contribution to the
subject of Dynamic Metamorphism in
Eruptive Rocks. By George Hunting-
ton Williams ; with an Introduction
by Roland Duer Irving. Plates 1890

63. A Bibliography of Paleozoic Crus-
tacea from 1698 to 1889, including a
list of North American species and a
systematic arrangement of genera. By
Anthony W. Vogdes 1890

64. A Report of Work done in the Divi-
sion of Chemistry and Physics, mainly
during the fiscal year 1888-89. F. W.
Clarke, Chief Chemist 1890

65. Stratigraphy of the Bituminous Coal
Field of Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West
Virginia. By Israel C. White. Plates

1891

66. On a Group of Volcanic Rocks from
the Tewan Mountains, New Mexico,
and on the occurrence of Primary
Quartz in certain Basalts. By Joseph
Paxson Iddings 1890

67. The Relationsof theTrapsof theNew-
ark System in the New Jersey Region.
By Nelson Horatio Darton 1890

68. Earthquakes in California in 1889.
By James Edward Keller 1890

69. A Classed and Annotated Biblio-
graphy of Fossil Insects. By Samuel
Hubbard Scudder 1890

70. RejKirt on Astronomical Work of
1889 and 1890. By Rol>ert Simpson
Woodward 1890

71. Index to the known Fossil Insects
of the World, including Myriapods
and Arachnids. By Samuel Ilubbard
Scudder 1891



UNITED STATES G c.
Bulletins continued.

72. Altitudes between Lake Superior and
the Rocky Mountains. By Warren
Upham 1891

73. The Viscosity of Solids. By Carl
Barus. Plates 1891

74. The Minerals of North Carolina. By
Frederick Augustus Genth 1891

75. Record of North American Geology
for 1887 to 1889 inclusive. By Nelson
Horatio Darton 1891

76. A Dictionary of Altitudes in the
United States. 2nd edition. Com-
piled by Henry Gannett, Chief Topo-
grapher 1891

77. The Texan Permian and its Mesozoic
Types of Fossils. By Charles A.
Whyte. Plates 1891

78. A Report of Work done in the
Division of Chemistry and Physics,
mainly during the fiscal year 1889-90.
F. W T . Clarke, Chief Chemist 1891

79. A Late Volcanic Eruption in Northern
California and its peculiar Lava. By
J. S. Diller. Plates 1891

80. Correlation Papers Devonian and
Carboniferous. By Henry Shaler
Williams 1891

81. Correlation Papers Cambrian. By
Charles Doolitlle Walcott. Plates 1891

82. Correlation Papers Cretaceous. By
Charles A. Whyte. Plates 1891

83. Correlation Papers Eocene. By
William Bullock Clark. Plates 1891

84. Correlation Papers Neocene. By
W. H. Dall and G. D. Harris. Plates

1892

85. Correlation Papers The Newark
System. By Israel Cook Russell.
Plates 1892

86. Correlation Papers Archean and
Algonkian. By C. R. Van Hise.
Plates 1892

90. A Report of Work done in the
Division of Chemistry and Physics,
mainly during the fiscal year 1890-91.
F. W. Clarke, Chief Chemist 1892

91. Record of North American Geology
for 1890. By Nelson Horatio Darton

1891

92. The Com pressibility of Liquids. By
Carl Barus. Plates 1892

93. Some Insects of special interest from
Florissant, Colorado, and other points
in the Tertiaries of Colorado and Utah.
By Samuel Hubbard Scudder. Plates

1892

94. The Mechanism of Solid Viscosity.
By Carl Barus 1892

95. Earthquakes in California in 1890
and 1891. By Edward Singleton
Ilolden 1892

96. The Volume Thermodynamics of
Liquids. By Carl Barus 1892



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UNITED STATES G c.
Bulletins continued.

97. The Mesozoic Echinodermata of the
United States. By William Bullock
Clark. Plates 1893

98. Flora of the Outlying Carboniferous
Basins of South-western Missouri. By
David White. Plates 1893

99. Record of North American Geology
for 1891. By Nelson Horatio Darton

1892

100. Bibliography and Index of the
Publications of the U.S. Geological
Survey, 1879-92. By Philip Creveling
Warman 1893

101. Insect Fauna of the Rhode Island
Coal Field. By Samuel Ilubbard
Scudder. Plates 1893

102. A Catalogue and Bibliography of
North American Mesozoic Inverte-
brata. By Cornelius Breckinridge
Boyle 1893

103. High Temperature Work in Igneous
Fusion and Ebullition, chiefly in re-
lation to Pressure. By Carl Barus.
Plates 1893

104. Glaciationof the Yellowstone Valley
north of the Park. By Walter Harvey
Weed. Plates 1893

,105. The Laramie and the overlying
Livingston Formation in Montana.
By Walter Harvey Weed. With Re-
port on Flora, by Frank Hall Knowl-
ton. Plates , 1893

106. The Colorado Formation and its
Invertebrate Fauna. By T. W. Stan-
ton. Plates 1893

107. The Trap Dykes of the Lake
Champlain Region. By James Furman
Kemp and Vernon Freeman Marsters.
Plates 1893

108. A Geological Reconnoissance in
Central Washington. By Israel Cook
Russell. Plates 1893

109. The Eruptive and Sedimentary
Rocks on Pidgeon Point, Minnesota,
and their contact phenomena. By
William Shirley Bayley. Plates 1893

1 10. The Paleozoic Section in the vicinity
of Three Forks, Montana. By Albert
Charles Peale. Plates 1893

in. Geology of the Big Stone Gap Coal
Field of Virginia and Kentucky. By
Marius R. Campbell. Plates 1893

112. Earthquakes in California in 1892.
By Charles D. Perrine 1893

113. A Report of Work done in the
Division of Chemistry during the fiscal
years 1891-92 and 1892-93. F. W.
Clarke, Chief Chemist 1893

114. Earthquakes in California in 1893.
By Charles D. Perrine 1894

115. A Geographic Dictionary of Rhode
Island. By Henry Gannett 1894



UNITED STATES Gr.
Bulletins continued.

1 16. A Geographic Dictionary of Massa-
chussets. By Henry Gannett 1894

117. A Geographic Dictionary of Con-
necticut. By Henry Gannett 1894

Statistical Papers :

Mineral Resources of the United
States. Albert Williams, jr. 8

Washington, 1883

- Ditto, Calendar years 1883 and
1884. Albert Williams, jr. 8

Washington, 1885

Ditto. Calendar year 1885. Division

of Mining Statistics and Technology.

8 Washington, 1 886

Ditto. Calendar years 1886-93.

David T. Day, Chief of Division of

Mining Statistics and Technology. 8

Washington, 1887-94

A New Method of Measuring Heights

by means of the Barometer. By G. K.

Gilbert. Table. Folio

Washington, 1882

Geological Exploration of the Fortieth
Parallel, Reports of. See Mow, H,
Army Engineer Department, Profess-
ional Papers, &c.

H. War Department.

a. Engineer Department, U.S. Army.

Preliminary Report of Explorations in
Nebraska and Dakota, in the years
1855-56-57. By G. K. Warren. Map.
8 Washington, 1875

Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers
to the Secretary of War for the year 1879.
In 3 parts. Maps, tables, &(. 8

Washington, 1879

Ditto, for the year 1880. In 3 parts.
Maps, tables, &c. 8 Washington, 1880

Ditto, for the year 1881. In 3 parts.
Maps, ijv. 8 Washington, 1881

Ditto, for the year 1882. In 3 parts.
Maps, plates, 8fc. Washington, 1882

Ditto, for the year 1883. In 3 parts.
Maps and plates Washington, 1883

Ditto, for the year 1884. In 4

parts. Maps, $Y. Washington, 1884

Ditto, for the year 1885. In 4 parts.
Charts, plans, $c. 8 Washington, 1885

Ditto, for the year 1888. 4 parts.
Maps and plates. 8 Washington, 1888

Ditto, for the year 1889. 4 parts.



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