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Eighteenth Annual Report of the U. S. Geological Survey, etc.—Continued.
Pt. II. Papers chiefly of a theoretic nature, v, 653 pp., 105 pls.

The Triassic formation of Connecticut, by W. M. Davis, pp. 1-192, pls. i-xx.
Geology of portions of the Edwards Plateau and Rio Grande Plain adjacent to San

Antonio, Tex., with special reference to the occurrence of artesian and other under-
ground waters, by R. T. Hill and T. W. Vaughan, pp. 193-322, pls. xxi-)xiv.
Table of North American Tertiary horizons, by W. H. Dall, pp. 323–348.
Glaciers of Mount Rainier, by I. C. Russell, pp. 349-424, pls. lxv-lxxxii.
The white limestone area of Franklin, Sussex County, N. J.. by J. E. Wolff and A. H.

Brooks, pp. 425–458, pl. lxxxiii.
Geology of San Clemente Island, California, by W.S. T. Smith, pp. 459-496, pls. Ixxxiv-

xcyi.
Geology of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, by N. S. Shaler, pp. 497-594, pls. xcvii-civ.
Recent earth movement in the Great Lakes region, by G. K. Gilbert, pp. 595–647, pl. cv.

Index, pp. 649-653.
Pt. III. Economic geology, v, 861 pp., 118 pls.

Reconnaissance of the gold fields of southern Alaska, with some notes on general

geology, by G. F. Becker, pp. 1–86, pls. i-xxxi. Geology of Yukon gold district, Alaska, by J. E. Spurr; with a chapter on the history

and condition of the district, by H. B. Goodrich, pp. 87-392, pls. xxxii-li.
Some coal fields of Puget Sound, by Bailey Willis, pp. 393-436, pls. lii-lxviii.
Geology and mineral resources of Judith Mountains of Montana, by W. H. Weed and

L. V. Pirsson, pp. 437–616, pls. lxix-lxxxvi.
Mining districts of Idaho Basin and Boise Ridge, Idaho, by Waldemar Lindgren; with

a report on fossil plants of Payette formation, by F. H. Knowlton, pp. 617-744, pls.

lxxxvii-cii. Preliminary report on mining industries of Telluride quadrangle, Colorado, by C. W.

Purington, pp. 745-850, pls. ciii-cxviii.

Index, pp. 851-861.
Pt. IV. Hydrography, x, 756 pp., 102 pls.

Progress report of stream measurement, by A. P. Davis, pp. 13-418, pls. i-xxxii.
Well waters of Ohio and Indiana, by Frank Leverett, pp. 419-560, pls. xxxiii-xxxvii.
New developments in well boring and irrigation in eastern South Dakota, by N. H.

Darton, pp. 551-616, pls. xxxviii-xlvii.
Reservoirs for irrigation, by J. D. Schuyler, pp. 617-740, pls. xlviii-cii,

Index, pp. 741-756.
Pt. V. Mineral resources of the United States, 1896; metallic products and coal, xii, 642 pp., 1 pl.
Pt. V. (Continued). Mineral resources of the United States, 1896; nonmetallic products except

coal, pp. 643-1400. Nineteenth Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey, 1897–98, Charles

D. Walcott, Director. 1898. (Parts II, III, and V, 1899.) 8o. 6 pt. in 7 vol. and
separate case for maps with Pt. V. (Out of stock.)
Pt. I. Director's report, including triangulation and spirit leveling, 422 pp., 2 pls.

Report of Director, pp. 1-143, pls. i-ii.
Triangulation and spirit leveling, by H. M. Wilson, J. H. Renshawe, E. M. Douglas,

and R. U. Goode, pp. 145–408.

Index, pp. 409-422.
Pt. II. Papers chiefly of a theoretic nature, v, 958 pp., 172 pls.

Physiography of the Chattanooga district in Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama, by C. W.

Hayes, pp. 1-58, pls. i-v.
Principles and conditions of the movements of ground water, by F. H. King, pp. 59–294,

pls. vi-xvi.
Theoretical investigation of motion of ground waters, C. S. Slichter, pp. 295–384, pl. xvii.
Geology of Richmond Basin, Virginia, by N. S. Shaler and J. B. Woodworth, pp. 385–

519, pls. xviii-lii.
The Cretaceous formation of the Black Hills as indicated by the fossil plants, by L. F.

Ward, pp. 521-946, pls. liii-clxxii.

Index, pp. 947-958.
Pt. III. Economic geology, v, 785 pp., 99 pls.

The Crystal Falls iron-bearing district of Michigan, by J. M. Clements and H. L. Smyth;
with a chapter on the Sturgeon River Tongue, by W. S. Bayley, and an introduction
by C. R. Van Hise, pp. 1-151, pls. i-xi.
The slate belt of eastern New York and western Vermont, by T. N. Dale, pp. 153–307, pls.

xii-xli.
The Coos Bay coal field, Oregon, by J. S. Diller, pp. 309-376, pls. xlii-liv.
The titaniferous iron ores of the Adirondacks, by J. F. Kemp, pp. 377-422, pls. ly-lxiii.

Nineteenth Annual Report of the U. S. Geological Survey, etc.--Continued.
Pt. III. Geology of the McAlester-Lehigh coalfield, Indian Territory, by J. A. Taff; accompanied

by a report on the fossil plants, by David White, and a report on the Paleozoic inver

tebrate fossils, by G, H. Girty, pp. 423-600, pls. Ixiv-lxxii. Geology and mining industry of Tintic district, Utah, by G. W. Tower, jr., and G. 0.

Smith, pp. 601-767, pls. lxxiii-xcix.

Index, pp. 769–785,
Pt. IV. Hydrography, viii, 814 pp., 118 pls.

Report of progress of stream measurements for the calendar year 1897, by F. H. Newell.

including papers by Dwight Porter, J. B. Lippincott, and other hydrographers, pp.

1-632, pls. i-lxx. Rock waters of Ohio, by Edward Orton, pp. 633-717, pls. lxxi-lxxiii. Preliminary report on geology and water resources of Nebraska west of the one hundred

and third meridian, by N. H. Darton, pp. 719-785, pls. lxxiy-cxviii.

Index, pp. 787–814.
Pt. V. Forest reserves, xvii, 400 pp., 110 pls. (16 maps in separate case).

The forests of the United States, by Henry Gannett, pp. 1-66, pls. i-xiii.
Black Hills Forest Reserve, by H. S. Graves, pp. 67-164, pls, xiv-xxxvi.
Bighorn Forest Reserve, by F. E. Town, pp. 165–190, pls. xxxvii-xlii.
Teton Forest Reserve, from notes by T. S. Brandegee, pp. 191-212, pls. xliii-xlv.
Yellowstone Park Forest Reserve, southern part, from notes by T. S. Brandegee. pp.

213-216.
Priest River Forest Reserve, by J. B. Leiberg, pp. 217-252, pls. xlvi-lxi.
Bitterroot Forest Reserve, by J. B. Leiberg, pp. 253-282, pls, lxii-lxxiii.
Washington Forest Reserve, by H. B. Ayres, pp. 283–313, pls. lxxiv-e.
Eastern part of Washington Forest Reserve, by M. W. Gorman, pp. 315-319, pl. ci.
San Jacinto Forest Reserve, by J. B. Leiberg, pp. 351-357, pls. cii-civ.
San Bernardino Forest Reserve, by J. B. Leiberg, pp. 359-365, pl. cv.
San Gabriel Forest Reserve, by J. B. Leiberg, pp. 367–371, pls. cvi-cviii.
Forest conditions of northern Idaho, by J. B. Leiberg, pp. 373-386, pls. cix-cx.
Pine Ridge timber, Nebraska, by N. H. Darton, p. 387.

Index, pp. 389-400.
Pt. VI. Mineral resources of the United States, 1897: Metallic products, coal, and coke, viii, 651

pp., 11 pls. Pt. VI (Continued). Mineral resources of the United States, 1897: Nonmetallic products, except

coal and coke, viii, 706 pp. Twentieth Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey, 1898–99, Charles

D. Walcott, Director. 1899. (Parts II, III, IV, V, and VII, 1900.) 8°. 7 pt. in
8 vol. and separate case for maps with Pt. V. (Out of stock.)
Pt. I. Director's report, including triangulation and spirit leveling, 551 pp., 2 pls.

Report of Director, pp. 1-209, pls. i-ii.
Triangulation and spirit leveling, by H. M. Wilson, J. H. Renshawe, E. M. Douglas, and

R. U. Goode, pp. 211-530.

Index, pp. 531-551.
Pt. II. General geology and paleontology, v, 953 pp., 193 pls.

Brief memorandum on the geology of the Philippine Islands, by G. F. Becker, pp. 1-7.
A study of Bird Mountain, Vermont, by T. N. Dale, pp. 9-23, pls. i-ii.
Devonian fossils from southwestern Colorado; the fauna of the Quray limestone, by

G. H. Girty, pp. 25-81, pls. iii-vii.
A preliminary paper on the geology of the Cascade Mountains in northern Washington,

by I. C. Russell, pp. 83-210, pls. viii-xx.
Status of the Mesozoic floras of the United States, by L. F. Ward, pp. 211-748, pls.

xxi-clxxix. The stratigraphic paleontology of the Pottsville formation in the Southern Anthracite

coal field, Pennsylvania, by David White, pp. 749–930, pls. clxxx-cxciii.

Index, pp. 931-953.
Pt. III. Precious-metal mining districts, v, 595 pp., 78 pls.

The Bohemian mining region of western Oregon, with notes on Blue River mining region
and on structure and age of Cascade Range, by J. S. Diller; accompanied by a report
on fossil plants associated with lavas of the Cascade Range, by F. H. Knowlton, pp.

1-64, pls. i-vi.
Gold and silver veins of Silver City, De Lamar, and other mining districts in Idaho, by

Waldemar Lindgren, pp. 65–256, pls. vii-xxy.
Geology of Little Belt Mountains, Montana, with notes on mineral deposits of Neihart,

Barker, Yogo, and other districts, by W. H. Weed; accompanied by a report on petrog

raphy of igneous rocks of the district, by L. V. Pirsson, pp. 257–581, pls. xxvi-lxxvii. Index, pp. 583-595.

Twentieth Annual Report of the U. S. Geological Survey, etc.-Continued.
Pt. IV. Hydrography, vii, 660 pp., 75 pls.

Report of progress of steam measurements for calendar year 1898, by F. H. Newell, pp.

1-562, pls. i-lxiii.
Hydrography of Nicaragua, by A. P. Davis, pp. 563–637, pls. Ixiv-lxxv.

Index, pp. 639-660. .
Pt. V. Forest reserves, xix, 498 pp., 159 pls. (8 maps in separate case).

The forests of the United States, by Henry Gannett, pp. 1-37, pls. i-vii.
Pikes Peak, Plum Creek, and South Platte reserves, by J. G. Jack, pp. 39–115, pls. viii-

xlvii.
White River Plateau Timber Land Reserve, by G. B. Sudworth, pp. 117–179, pls. xlviii-

lviii.
Battlement Mesa Forest Reserve, by G. B. Sudworth, pp. 181-243, pls. lix-lxxv.
Flathead Forest Reserve, by H. B. Ayres, pp. 245-316, pis. Ixxvi-cxiii.
Bitterroot Forest Reserve, by J. B. Leiberg, pp. 317--409, pls. cxiv-cxlii.
San Gabriel Forest Reserve, by J. B. Leiberg, pp. 411-428, pls. cxliii-cxlvi.
San Bernardino Forest Reserve, by J. B. Leiberg, pp. 429-454, pls. cxlvii-cliii.
San Jacinto Forest Reserve, by J. B. Leiberg, pp. 155–478, pls. cliv-clix.

Index, pp. 479-498.
Pt. VI. Mineral resources of the United States, 1898: Metallic products, coal and coke, viii,

616 pp. P1. VI. (Continued). Mineral resources of the United States, 1898: Nonmetallic products, except

coal and coke, xi, 804 pp., 1 pl.
Pt. VII. Explorations in Alaska in 1898, v, 509 pp., 38 pls., 25 maps.

Reconnaissance in Sushitna Basin and adjacent territory, Alaska, in 1898, by G. H.

Eldridge, pp. 1-29, pls. i-vi, maps 1-3.
Reconnaissance in south western Alaska in 1898, by J. E. Spurr, pp. 31–264, pls. vii-xiii,

maps 4-14.
Reconnaissance from Resurrection Bay to Tanana River, Alaska, in 1898, by W. C.

Mendenhall, pp. 265-310, pls. xiv-xxi, maps 15–17.
Reconnaissance of a part of Prince William Sound and the Copper River district, Alaska,

in 1898, by F. C. Schrader, pp. 341-423, pls. xxii-xXXV, maps 18–21.
Reconnaissance in the Tanana and White river basins, Alaska, in 1898, by A. H. Brooks,

pp. 425-494, pls. xxxvi-xxxviii, maps 22–25.

Index, pp. 495-509. Twenty-first Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey, 1899–1900,

Charles D. Walcott, Director. 1900. (Parts III, IV, VI, VI continued, and VII, 1901.) 8°. 7 pts. in 8 vols. and separate case for maps with Pt. V. Pt. I. Director's report, including triangulation, and primary traverse, and spirit leveling,

608 pp., 3 pls. Report of the Director, pp. 11-204, pls. i-iii. Triangulation, primary traverse, and spirit leveling, by H. M. Wilson, J. H. Renshawe,

E. M. Douglas, and R. U. Goode, pp. 205-582.

Index, pp. 583-608.
Pt. II. General geology, economic geology, Alaska, 522 pp., 68 pls.

Geology of Rico Mountains, Colorado, by Whitman Cross and A. C. Spencer, pp. 7-165,

pls. i-xxii. Glacial sculpture of Bighorn Mountains, Wyoming, by F. E. Matthes, pp. 167–190, pl. xxiii. The Esmeralda formation, a fresh-water lake deposit, by W, H. Turner, with a descrip

tion of the fossil plants by F. H. Knowlton, and of a fossil fish by F. A. Lucas, pp. 191

226, pls. xxiy-xxxi. Mineral-vein formation at Boulder Hot Springs, Montana, by W. H. Weed, pp. 227-255,

pls. xxxii-xxxiv. Geology of eastern Choctaw coal field, Indian Territory, by J. A. Taff and G. I. Adams,

pp. 257-311, pls. XXXV-xxxvii. Preliminary report on Camden coal field of southwestern Arkansas, by J. A. Taff, pp.

313-329, pls. xxxviii, xxxix. Reconnaissance from Pyramid Harbor to Eagle City, Alaska, including a description

of the copper deposits of the Upper White and Tanana rivers, by A. H. Brooks, pp.

331-391, pls. xl-1.
Reconnaissance of Chitina River and Skolai Mountains, Alaska, by Oscar Rohn, pp.

393-440, pls. li-lix.
Preliminary report on a reconnaissance along Chandlar and Koyukuk rivers, Alaska,

in 1899, by F. C. Schrader, pp. 441-486, pls. lx-lxviii.
Alaskan geographic names, by Marcus Baker, pp. 487-509.
Index, pp. 511-522.

Twenty-first Annual Report of the U. S. Geological Survey, etc.—Continued. . Pt. III. General geology, ore and phosphate deposits, Philippines, 644 pp., 68 pls.

The Newark system of the Pomperaug Valley, Connecticut, by W. H. Hobbs, with a

report on fossil wood from the Newark formation of South Britain, Conn., by F. H.

Knowlton, pp. 7-162, pls. i-xvii.
Laccoliths of the Black Hills, by T. A. Jaggar, jr., with a chapter on experiments illus-

trating intrusion and erosion, by Ernest Howe, pp. 163-303, pls. xviii-xlvii.
Iron-ore deposits of Lake Superior region, by C. R. Van Hise, pp. 305-434, pls. xlviii-lix.
Arkansas bauxite deposits, by C. W. Hayes, pp. 435-472, pls. lx-lxiv.
Tennessee white phosphate, by C. W. Hayes, pp. 473-485, pl. Ixv.
Report on geology of the Philippine Islands, by G. F. Becker, followed by a version (by
Mr. Becker) of Ueber Tertiäre Fossilien von den Philippinen, by K. Martin, pp. 487-

623, pls. lxvi-lxviii.

Index, pp. 627-644.
Pt. IV. Hydrography, 768 pp., 156 pls.

Report of progress of stream measurements for the calendar year 1899, by F. H. Newell,

pp. 9-488, pls. i-lyii,
Preliminary description of the geology and water resources of the southern half of the

Black Hills and adjoining regions in South Dakota and Wyoming, by N. H. Darton,
pp. 489-599, pls. lviii-cxii.
The High Plains and their utilization, by W. D. Johnson, pp. 601-741, pls. cxiii-clvi.

Index, pp. 743–768.
Pt. V. Forest reserve, 711 pp., 143 pls. (39 maps in separate case).

Summary of forestry work in 1899–1900, by Henry Gannett, pp. 9-25, pl. 1.
Lewis and Clarke Forest Reserve, Montana, by H. B. Ayres, pp. 27–80, pls. ii-xxxii.
Mount Rainier Forest Reserve, Washington, by F. G. Plummer, pp. 81-143, pls. xxxiii-1.
Olympic Forest Reserve, Washington, from field notes by Arthur Dodwell and T. F.

Rixon, pp. 145–208, pls. li-lxx.
Cascade Range Forest Reserve, Oregon, from T. 28 S. to T. 37 S., inclusive, together with

the Ashland Forest Reserve and adjacent forest regions from T. 28 S. to T. 41 S., inclu-
sive, and from R. 2 W. to R. 14 E., Willamette meridian, inclusive, by J. B. Leiberg,

pp. 209-498, pls. lxxi-lxxxiv. Stanislaus and Lake Tahoe forest reserves, California, by G. B. Sudworth, pp. 499–561,

pls. lxxxv-cxiv. Classification of lands, by Henry Gannett, including papers by C. H. Fitch, R. B. Mar

shall, E. C. Barnard, and J. B. Leiberg, pp. 563–601, pls. cxv-cxli. Woodland of Indian Territory, by C. H. Fitch, pp. 603-662, pl. cxlii. Timber conditions of the pine region of Minnesota, by H. B. Ayres, pp. 673-689, pl. cxlii.

Index, pp. 691-711. Pt. VI. Mineral resources of the United States, 1899: Metallic products, coal, and coke, viii,

656 pp. Pt. VI (Continued). Mineral resources of the United States, 1899: Nonmetallic products, except

coal and coke, viii, 634 pp. Pt. VII. Geography and geology of the Black and Grand prairies, Texas, with detailed descrip

tions of the Cretaceous formations and special reference to artesian waters, by R. T.

Hill, 666 pp., 71 pls.
Twenty-second Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey, 1900–1901,
Charles I). Walcott, Director. 1901. (Parts III and IV, 1902.) 8°. 4 pts.
Pt. I. Director's report and a paper on asphalt and bituminous rock deposits, 464 pp., 58 pls.

Director's report, pp. 1-207, pls. i-xxiv.
Asphalt and bituminous rock deposits of the United States, by G. H. Eldridge, pp. 209–

452, pls. xxv-lyiii.

Index, pp. 453–464.
Pt. II. Ore deposits, 888 pp., 82 pls.

Old tungsten mine at Trumbull, Conn., by W. H. Hobbs, pp. 7–22, pls. i-v.
Preliminary report on the lead and zinc deposits of the Ozark region, by H. F. Bain,

with an introduction by C. R. Van Hise, and chapters on the physiography and geology

by G. I. Adams, pp. 23-228, pls. vi-xxv.
The ore deposits of the Rico Mountains, Colorado, by F. L. Ransome, pp. 229–398, pls.

xxvi-xli.
Geology and ore deposits of Elkhorn mining district, Jefferson County, Mont., by W. H.

Weed, with an appendix on the microscopical petrography by Joseph Barrell, pp.
399-550, pls. xlii-lxii.
The gold belt of the Blue Mountains of Oregon, by Waldemar Lindgren, pp. 551-776,

pls. Ixiii-lxxviii.
The ore deposits of Monte Cristo, Wash., by J. E. Spurr, pp. 777-866, pls. lxxix-lxxxii.
Index, pp. 867-888,

Twenty-second Annual Report of the U. S. Geological Survey, etc.—Continued.
Pt. III. Coal, oil, cement, 763 pp., 53 pls.

Coal fields of the United States, by C. W. Hayes, pp. 1-24, pl. i.
Atlantic coast Triassic coal field, by J. B. Woodworth, pp. 25-53, pls. ii-v.
Pennsylvania anthracite coal field, by H. H. Stoek, pp. 55-117, pls. vi-x.
Northern Appalachian coal field, by M. R. Campbell, David White, and R. M. Hasel.

tine, pp. 119–226, pls. xi-xii.
Southern Appalachian coal field, by C. W. Hayes, pp. 227-263, pls. xiii-xv.
Eastern interior coal field, by G. H. Ashley, pp. 265–305, pls. xvi-xix.
Northern interior coal field, by A. C. Lane, pp. 307–331, pls. xx-xxi.
Western interior coal field, by H. F. Bain, pp. 333-366, pls. xxii-xxiv..
Southwestern coal field, by J. A. Taff, pp. 367–413, pls. xxv-xxviii.
Rocky Mountain coal fields, by L. S. Storrs, pp. 415-471, pls. xxix-xxx.
Pacific Coast coal fields, by G. 0. Smith, pp. 473-513, pls. xxxi-xxxiv.
Coal resources of Alaska, by A. H. Brooks, pp. 515-571, pl. xxxv.
The Gaines oil field of northern Pennsylvania, by M. L. Fuller, pp. 573-627, pls. xxxyi-

xliii.
Portland cement industry in Michigan, by I. C. Russell, pp. 629-685, pls. xliv-xlvi.
Chalk of southwestern Arkansas, by J. A. Taff, pp. 687-742, pls. xlvii-liii.

Index, pp. 743–763.
Pt. IV. Hydrography, 690 pp., 65 pls.

Report of progress of stream measurements for the calendar year 1900, by F. H. Newell,

pp. 9-506, pls. i-xxxvi. Hydrography of the American isthmus, by A. P. Davis, pp. 507-630, pls. xxxvii-1. The High Plains and their utilization (concluded), by W. D. Johnson, pp. 631-669, pls.

li-lxv.

Index, pp. 671-690. Twenty-third Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey, 1901–2, Charles

D. Walcott, Director. 1902. 8°. 217 pp., 26 pls. NOTE.—Beginning with the Twenty-third, the Annual Report consists of one volume, such papers as had appeared in the Annual Report being thenceforth published as Professional Papers, Bulletins, and Water-Supply Papers. Twenty-fourth Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey, 1902–3, Charles D. Walcott, Director. 1903. 8°. 302 pp., 26 pls.

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