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1. On hypersthene-andesite and on triclinic pyroxene in augitic rocks, by Whitman

Cross, with a geological sketch of Buffalo Peaks, Colorado, by S. F. Emmons,

geologist in charge of Rocky Mountain division. 1883. 8°. 42 pp., 2 pls. 2. Gold and silver conversion tables, giving the coining value of troy ounces of fine

metal, etc., computed by Albert Williams, jr. 1883. 8°. 8 pp. (Out of

stock.) 3. On the fossil faunas of the Upper Devonian, along the meridian of 76° 30', from

Tompkins County, N. Y., to Bradford County, Pa., by H. S. Williams. 1884.

8o. 36 pp. 4. On Mesozoic fossils, by Charles A. White. 1884. 8o. 36 pp., 9 pls. (Out of

stock.) 5. A dictionary of altitudes in the United States, compiled by Henry Gannett, chief

geographer. 1884. 8o. 325 pp. (Out of stock.) 6. Elevations in the Dominion of Canada, by J. W. Spencer. 1884. 8o. 43 pp. 7. Mapoteca Geologica Americana: A catalogue of geological maps of America (North

and South), 1752-1881, in geographic and chronologic order, by Jules Marcou

and John B. Marcou. 1884. 8°. 184 pp. (Out of stock.) 8. On secondary enlargements of mineral fragments in certain rocks, by R. D.

Irving and C. R. Van Hise. 1884. 8o. 56 pp., 6 pls. (Out of stock.) 9. A report of work done in the Washington laboratory during the fiscal year 1883–84.

F. W. Clarke, chief chemist; T. M. Chatard, assistant chemist. 1884. 8°. 40 . pp. (Out of stock.) 10. On the Cambrian faunas of North America: Preliminary studies, by C. D. Wal

cott. 1884. '8°. 74 pp., 10 pls. (Out of stock.) 11. On the Quaternary and Recent Mollusca of the Great Basin, with descriptions of

new forms, by R. E. Call; introduced by a sketch of the Quaternary lakes of

the Great Basin, by G. K. Gilbert. 1884. 8°. 66 pp., 6 pls. 12. A crystallographic study of the thinolite of Lake Lahontan, by E. S. Dana.

1884. 8°. 34 pp., 3 pls. 13. Boundaries of the United States and of the several States and Territories, with

a historical sketch of the Territorial changes, by Henry Gannett, chief geog

rapher. 1885. 8°. 135 pp. (Out of stock.) 14. The electrical and magnetic properties of the iron-carburets, by Carl Barus and

Vincent Strouhal. 1885. 8°. 238 pp. (Out of stock.) 15. On the Mesozoic and Cenozoic paleontology of California, by C. A. White. 1885.

8o. 33 pp. 16. On the higher Devonian faunas of Ontario County, N. Y., by J. M. Clarke.

1885. 8°. 86 pp., 3 pls. 17. On the development of crystallization in the igneous rocks of Washoe, Ney...

with notes on the geology of the district, by Arnold Hague and J. P. Iddings.

1885. 8°. 44 pp. 18. On marine Eocene, fresh-water Miocene, and other fossil Mollusca of western

North America, by C. A. White. 1885. 8°. 26 pp., 3 pls. (Out of stock.) 19. Notes on the stratigraphy of California, by G. F. Becker 1885. 8o. 28 pp.

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20. Contributions to the mineralogy of the Rocky Mountains, by Whitman Cross and

W. F. Hillebrand. 1885. 8o. 114 pp., 1 pl. (Out of stock.) 21. The lignites of the Great Sioux Reservation: A report on the region between the

Grand and Moreau rivers, Dakota, by Bailey Willis. 1885. 8°. 16 pp., 5 pls.

(Out of stock.) 22. On new Cretaceous fossils from California, by C. A. White. 1885. 8o. 25 pp.,

5 pls. (Out of stock.) 23. Observations on the junction between the Eastern sandstone and the Keweenaw

series on Keweenaw Point, Lake Superior, by R. D. Irving and T. C. Cham

berlin. 1885. 8o. 124 pp., 17 pls. (Out of stock.) 24. List of marine Mollusca, comprising the Quaternary fossils and Recent forms from

American localities between Cape Hatteras and Cape Roque, including the

Bermudas, by W. H. Dall. 1885. 8°. 336 pp. 25. The present technical condition of the steel industry of the United States, by

Phineas Barnes. 1885. 8°. 85 pp. (Out of stock.) 26. Copper smelting, by H. M. Howe. 1885. 8o. 107 pp. (Out of stock.) 27. Report of work done in the division of chemistry and physics, mainly during the

fiscal year 1884–85. 1886. 8°. 80 pp. 28. The gabbros and associated hornblende rocks occurring in the neighborhood of

Baltimore, Md., by G. H. Williams. 1886. 8°. 78 pp., 4 pls. (Out of

stock.) 29. On the fresh-water invertebrates of the North American Jurassic, by C. A. White.

1886. 8°. 41 pp., 4 pls. 30. Second contribution to the studies on the Cambrian faunas of North America, by

C. D. Walcott. 1886. 8°. 369 pp., 33 pls. (Out of stock.) 31. Systematic review of our present knowledge of fossil insects, including myriapods

and arachnids, by S. H. Scudder. 1886. 8o. 128 pp. 32. Lists and analyses of the mineral springs of the United States (a preliminary

study), by A. C. Peale. 1886. 8o. 235 pp. (Out of stock.) 33. Notes on the geology of northern California, by J. S. Diller. 186. 8o. 23 pp.

(Out of stock.) 34. On the relation of the Laramie molluscan fauna to that of the succeeding fresh

water Eocene and other groups, by C. A. White. 1886. 8o. 54 pp., 5 pls. 35. Physical properties of the iron-carburets, by Carl Barus and Vincent Strouhal.

1886. 8°. 62 pp. 36. Subsidence of fine solid particles in liquids, by Carl Barus. 1886. 8°. 54 pp.

(Out of stock.) 37. Types of the Laramie flora, by L. F. Ward. 1887. 8°. 354 pp. (no pp. 118–

348, but instead pls. 1-57), 57 pls. 38. Peridotite of Elliott County, Ky., by J. S. Diller. 1887. 8°. 31 pp., 1 pl.

(Out of stock.) 39. The upper beaches and deltas of the glacial Lake Agassiz, by Warren Upham.

1887. 8°. 84 pp., 1 pl. (Out of stock.) 40. Changes in river courses in Washington Territory due to glaciation, by Bailey

Willis. 1887. 8°. 10 pp., 4 pls. (Out of stock.) 41. On the fossil faunas of the Upper Devonian—the Genesee section, New York, by

H. S. Williams. 1887. 8o. 123 pp., 4 pls. 42. Report of work done in the division of chemistry and physics, mainly during the

fiscal year 1885–86; F. W. Clarke, chief chemist. 1887. 8o. 152 pp., 1 pl.

(Out of stock.) 43. Tertiary and Cretaceous strata of the Tuscaloosa, Tombigbee, and Alabama rivers,

by E. A. Smith and L. C. Johnson. 1887. 8o. 189 pp., 21 pls. 44. Bibliography of North American geology for 1886, by N. H. Darton. 1887. 8o.

35 pp.

45. The present condition of knowledge of the geology of Texas, by R. T. Hill. 1887.

8° 95 pp. (Out of stock.) 46. Nature and origin of deposits of phosphate of lime, by R. A. F. Penrose, jr.,

with an introduction by N. S. Shaler. 1888. 8o. 143 pp., 3 pls. (Out of

stock.) 47. Analyses of waters of the Yellowstone National Park, with an account of the

methods of analysis employed, by F. A. Gooch and J. E. Whitfield. 1888.

8°. 84 pp. (Out of stock.) 48. On the form and position of the sea level, by R. S. Woodward. 1888. 8°.

88 pp. (Out of stock.) 49. Latitudes and longitudes of certain points in Missouri, Kansas, and New Mexico,

by R. S. Woodward. 1889. 8o. 133 pp. 50. Formulas and tables to facilitate the construction and use of maps, by R. S.

Woodward. 1889. 8o. 124 pp. (Out of stock.) 51. On invertebrate fossils from the Pacific coast, by C. A. White. 1889. 8o.

102 pp., 14 pls. (Out of stock.) 52. Subaerial decay of rocks and origin of the red color of certain formations, by

I. C. Russell. 1889. 8°. 65 pp., 5 pls. (Out of stock.) 53. The geology of Nantucket, by N. S. Shaler. 1889. 8o. 55 pp., 10 pls. (Out of

stock.) 54. On the thermo-electric measurement of high temperatures, by Carl Barus. 1889.

8o. 313 pp., frontispiece and 9 leaves containing figures. (Out of stock.) 55. Report of work done in the division of chemistry and physics, mainly during

the fiscal year 1886-87. F. W. Clarke, chief chemist. 1889. 8°. 96 pp., 1

pl. (Out of stock.) 56. Fossil wood and lignite of the Potomac formation, by F. H. Knowlton. 1889.

8o. 72 pp., 7 pls. 57. A geological reconnaissance in southwestern Kansas, by Robert Hay. 1890. 8°.

49 pp., 2 pls. 58. The glacial bundary in Western Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and

Illinois, by G. F. Wright, with an introduction by T. C. Chamberlin. 1890.

8o. 112 pp., 8 pls. (Out of stock.) 59. The gabbros and associated rocks in Delaware, by F. D. Chester. 1890. 8°. 45

pp., 1 pl. 60. Report of work done in the division of chemistry and physics, mainly during the

fiscal year 1887–88. F. W. Clarke, chief chemist. 1890. 8o. 174 pp. (Out

of stock.) 61. Contributions to the mineralogy of the Pacific coast, by W. H. Melville and

Waldemar Lindgren. 1890. 8°. 40 pp., 3 pls. 62. The greenstone-schist areas of the Menominee and Marquette regions of Michi

gan; a contribution to the subject of dynamic metamorphism in eruptive rocks, by G. H. Williams; with an introduction by R. D. Irving. 1890. 8o. 241

pp., 16 pls. (Out of stock.) 63. A bibliography of Paleozoic Crustacea from 1698 to 1889, including a list of North

American species and a systematic arrangement of genera, by A. W. Vogdes.

1890. 8o. 177 pp. 64. A report of work done in the division of chemistry and physics, mainly during

the fiscal year 1888–89. F. W. Clarke, chief chemist. 1890. 8°. 60 pp. 65. Stratigraphy of the bituminous coal field of Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Vir

ginia, by I. C. White. 1891. 8o. 212 pp., 11 pls. (Out of stock.) 66. On a group of volcanic rocks from the Tewan Mountains, New Mexico, and on

the occurrence of primary quartz in certain basalts, by J. P. Iddings. 1890.

8o. 34 pp. 67. The relations of the traps of the Newark system in the New Jersey region, by

N. H. Darton. 1890. 8°. 82 pp., 6 pls. (Out of stock.)

68. Earthquakes in California in 1889, by J. E. Keeler. 1890. 8°. 25 pp. 69. A classed and annotated bibliography of fossil insects, by S. H. Scudder. 1890.

8o. 101 pp. 70. Report on astronomical work of 1889 and 1890, by R. S. Woodward. 1890. 8°.

79 pp. 71. Index to the known fossil insects of the world, including myriapods and arach

nids; by S. H. Scudder. 1891. 8°. 744 pp. 72. Altitudes between Lake Superior and the Rocky Mountains, by Warren Upham.

1891. 8°. 229 pp. 73. The viscosity of solids, by Carl Barus. 1891. 8o. xii, 139 pp., 6 pls. 74. The minerals of North Carolina, by F. A. Genth. 1891. 8o. 119 pp. (Out of

stock.) 75. Record of North American geology for 1887 to 1889, inclusive, by N. H. Darton.

1891. 8o. 173 pp. 76. A dictionary of altitudes in the United States (second edition), compiled by

Henry Gannett, chief topographer. 1891. 8o. 393 pp. (Out of stock.) 77. The Texan Permian and its Mesozoic types of fossils, by C. A. White. 1891.

8o. 51 pp., 4 pls. 78. A report of work done in the division of chemistry and physics, mainly during

the fiscal year 1889–90. F. W. Clarke, chief chemist. 1891. 8o. 131 pp.

(Out of stock.) 79. A late volcanic eruption in northern California and its peculiar lava, by J. S.

Diller. 1891. 8o. 33 pp., 17 pls. (Out of stock.) 80. Correlation papers, Devonian and Carboniferous, by H. S. Williams. 1891. 8o.

279 pp. (Out of stock.) 81. Correlation papers—Cambrian, by C. D. Walcott. 1891. 8°. 447 pp., 3 pls.

(Out of stock.) 82. Correlation papers—Cretaceous, by C. A. White. 1891. 8o. 273 pp., 3 pls.

. (Out of stock.) 83. Correlation papers-Eocene, by W. B. Clark. 1891. 8°. 173 pp., 2 pls. (Out

of stock.) 84. Correlation papers—Neocene, by W. H. Dall and G. D. Harris. 1892. 8o. 349

pp., 3 pls. 85. Correlation papers—the Newark system, by I. C. Russell. · 1892. 8o. 344 pp.,

13 pls. (Out of stock.) 86. Correlation papers-Archean and Algonkian, by C. R. Van Hise. 1892. 8o.

549 pp., 12 pls. (Out of stock.) 87. A synopsis of American fossil Brachiopoda, including bibliography and synon

ymy, by Charles Schuchert. 1897. 8°. 464 pp., 1 pl. 88. The Cretaceous Foraminifera of New Jersey, by R. M. Bagg, jr. 1898. 8°. 89

pp., 6 pls. 89. Some lava flows of the western slope of the Sierra Nevada, California, by F. L.

Ransome. 1898. 8°. 74 pp., 11 pls. 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. 8°. 77 pp. 91. Record of North American geology for 1890, by N. H. Darton. 1891. 8°. 88 pp. 92. The compressibility of liquids, by Carl Barus. 1892. 8o. 96 pp., 29 pls. 93. Some insects of special interest from Florissant, Colorado, and other points in

the tertiaries of Colorado and Utah, by S. H. Scudder. 1892. 8°. 35 pp.,

3 pls. 94. The mechanism of solid viscosity, by Carl Barus. 1892. 8o. 138 pp. 95. Earthquakes in California in 1890 and 1891, by E. S. Holden. 1892. 8°.

31 pp. 96. The volume thermodynamics of liquids, by Carl Barus. 1892. 8°. 100 pp.,

8 pls.

97. The Mesozoic Echinodermata of the United States, by W. B. Clark. 1893. 8°.

207 pp., 50 pls. 98. Flora of the outlying Carboniferous basins of southwestern Missouri, by David ·

White. 1893. 8o. 139 pp., 5 pls. 99. Record of North American geology for 1891, by N. H. Darton. 1892. 8°.

73 pp. 100. Bibliography and index of the publications of the U. S. Geological Survey,

1879-1882, by P. C. Warman. 1893. 8°. 495 pp. 101. Insect fauna of the Rhode Island coal field, by S. H. Scudder. 1893. 8. 27

pp., 2 pls. 102. A catalogue and bibliography of North American Mesozoic Invertebrata, by

C. B. Boyle. 1893. 8°. 315 pp. 103. High temperature work in igneous fusion and ebullition, chiefly in relation to

pressure, by Carl Barus. 1893. 8°. 57 pp., 9 pls. 104. Glaciation of the Yellowstone Valley north of the Park, by W. H. Weed. 1893.

8o. 41 pp., 4 pls. 105. The Laramie and the overlying Livingston formation in Montana, by W. H.

Weed, with report on flora, by F. H. Knowlton. 1893. 8°. 68 pp., 6 pls. 106. The Colorado formation and its invertebrate fauna, by T. W. Stanton. 1893. : 8o. 288 pp., 45 pls. (Out of stock.) 107. The trap dikes of the Lake Champlain region, by J. F. Kemp and V. F. Mars

ters. 1893. 8°. 62 pp , 4 pls. (Out of stock.) 108. A geological reconnaissance in central Washington by I. C. Russell. 1893. 8o.

108 pp., 12 pls. (Out of stock.) 109. The eruptive and sedimentary rocks on Pigeon Point, Minnesota, and their con

tact phenomena, by W. S. Bayley. 1893. 8o. 121 pp., 16 pls. 110. The Paleozoic section in the vicinity of Three Forks, Montana, by A. C. Peale.

1893. 8o. 56 pp., 6 pls. 111. Geology of the Big Stone Gap coal field of Virginia and Kentucky, by M. R.

Campbell. 1893. 8o. 106 pp., 6 pls. 112. Earthquakes in California in 1892, by C. D. Perrine. 1893. 8°, 57 pp. 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. 8o. 115 pp. 114. Earthquakes in California in 1893, by C. D. Perrine. 1894. 8o. 23 pp. 115. A geographic dictionary of Rhode Island, by Henry Gannett. 1894. 8o.

31 pp. 116. A geographic dictionary of Massachusetts, by Henry Gannett. 1894. 8o.

126 pp. 117. A geographic dictionary of Connecticut, by Henry Gannett. 1894. 8°. 67 pp. 118. A geographic dictionary of New Jersey, by Henry Gannett. 1894. 8o. 131 pp. 119. A geological reconnaissance in northwest Wyoming, by G. H. Eldridge. 1894.

8o. 72 pp., 4 pls. 120. The Devonian system of eastern Pennsylvania and New York, by C. S. Prosser.

1894. 8°. 81 pp., 2 pls. (Out of stock.) 121. A bibliography of North American paleontology, 1888–1892, by C. R. Keyes.

1894. 8o. 251 pp. 122. Results of primary triangulation, by Henry Gannett. 1894. 8o. 412 pp., 17 pls.

(Out of stock..) 123. A dictionary of geographic positions, by Henry Gannett. 1895. 8o. 183 pp.,

1 pl. (Out of stock.) 124. Revision of the North American fossil cockroaches, with descriptions of new

forms, by S. H. Scudder. 1895. 8o. 176 pp., 12 pls. 125. The constitution of the silicates, by F. W. Clarke. 1895. 8°. 109 pp. (Out

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