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41. On the Fossil Faunas of the Upper Devonian–the Genesee Section, New York, by Henry S. Williams. 1887. 89. 121 pp. 4 pl. Price 15 cents.

42. Report of work done in the Division of Chemistry and Physics, mainly during the fiscal year 1883–86. F. W. Clarke, chief chemist. 1887. 89. 152 pp. 1 pl. Price 15 cents.

43. Tertiary and Cretaceous Strata of the Tuscaloosa, Tombigbee, and Alabama Rivers, by Eugene A. Smith and Lawrence C. Johnson. 1887. 8o. 189 pp. 21 pl. Price 15 cents.

44. Bibliography of North American Geology for 1886, by Nelson H. Darton. 1887. 8o. 35 pp. Price 5 cents

45. The Present Condition of Knowledge of the Geology of Texas, by Robert T. Hill. 1887. 80. 91 pp. Price 10 cents.

46. Nature and Origin of Deposits of Phosphate of Lime, by R. A. F. Penrose, jr., with an Introduction by N. S Shaler. 1888. 143 pp. Price 15 cents.

47. Analyses of Waters of the Yellowstone National Park, with an Account of the Methods of Analysis employed, by Frank Austin Gooch and James Edward Whitfield. 1888. 8o.

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48. On the Form and Position of the Sea Level, by Robert Simpson Woodward. 1888. 80. Price 10 cents.

49. Latitudes and Longitudes of Certain Points in Missouri, Kansas, and New Mexico, by Robert Simpson Woodward. 1889. 80. 133 pp. Price 15 cents.

50. Formulas and Tables to facilitate the Construction and Use of Maps, by Robert Simpson Woodward. 1889. 80. 124 pp. Price 15 cents.

51. On Invertebrate Fossils from the Pacitic Coast, by Charles Abiathar White. 1889. 8o. 102 pp. 14 pl. Price 15 cents.

52. Subaërial Decay of Rocks and Origin of the Red Color of Certain Formations, by Israel Cook Russell. 1889. 89. 65 pp. 5 pl. Price 10 cents.

53. The Geology of Nantucket, by Nathaniel Southgate Shaler. 1889. 8o. 55 pp. 10 pl. Price 10 cents.

54. On the Thermo-Electric Measurement of High Temperatures, by Carl Barus. 1889. go. 313 pp. incl. 1 pl. 11 pl. Price 25 cents.

55. Report of work done in the Division of Chemistry and Physics, mainly during the fiscal year 1886–87. Frank Wigglesworth Clarke, chief chemist. 1889. 8o. 96 pp. Price 10 cents.

56. Fossil Wood and Lignite of the Potomac Formation, by Frank Hall Knowlton. 1889. 8o. 72 pp. 7 pl. Price 10 cents. 57. A Geological Reconnaissance in Southwestern Kansas, by Robert Hay. 1890. 8o. 49

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58. The Glacial Boundary in Western Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and Illinois, by George Frederick Wright, with an introduction by Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin. 1890. 8o. 112 pp. incl. 1 pl. 8 pl. Price 15 cents.

59. The Gabbros and Associated Rocks in Delaware, by Frederick D. Chester. 1890. 89. 45 pp. 1 pl. Price 10 cents.

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. Price 15 cents.

61. Contributions to the Mineralogy of the Pacific Coast, by William Harlow Melville and Waldemar Lindgren. 1890. 8°. 40 pp. 3 pl. Price 5 cents.

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 Huntington Williams; with an introduction by Roland Duer Irving. 1890. 89. 241 pp. 16 pl. Price 30 cents.

63. A Bibliography of Paleozoic Crustacea from 1998 to 1889, including a list of North American species and a systematic arrangement of genera, by Anthony W. Vogdes. 1890. 8o. 177 pp. Price 15 cents.

64. A report of work done in the Division of Chemistry and Physics, mainly during the fiscal year 1888-">9. F. W. Clarke, chief chemist. 1890. 89. 60 pp. Price 10 cents.

65. Stratigraphy of the Bituminous Coal Field of Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia, by Israel C. White. 1891. 89. 212 pp. 11 pl. Price 20 cents.

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. 8o. 34 pp. Price 5 cents.

67. The Relations of the Traps of the Newark System in the New Jersey Region, by Nelson Horatio Darton. 1890. 89, 82 pp. Price 10 cents.

68. Earthquakes in California in 1889, by James Edward Keeler. 1890. 89. 25 pp. Price 5 cents.

69. A Classed and Annotated Bibliography of Fossil Insects, by Samuel Hubbard Scudder. 1890. 8o. 101 pp. Price 15 cents.

70. Report on Astronomical Work of 1889 and 1890, by Robert Simpson Woodward. 1890. 89. 79 pp. Price 10 cents.

71. Index to the Known Fossil Insects of the World, including Myriapods and Arachnids, by Samuel Hubbard Scudder. 1891. 89. 744 pp. Price 50 cents.

72. Altitudes between Lake Superior and the Rocky Mountains, by Warren Upham. 1891. 8o. 229 pp. Price 20 cents.

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73. The Viscosity of Solids, by Carl Barus. 1891. 89. xii, 139 pp. 6 pl. Price 15 cents. 74. The Minerals of North Carolina, by Frederick Augustus Genth. 1891. 80.

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.75. Record of North American Geology for 1887 to 1889, inclusive, by Nelson Horatio Darton. 1891. 8o. 173 pp. Price 15 cents.

76. A Dictionary of Altitudes in the United States (second edition), compiled by Henry Gannett, chief topographer. 1891. 80. 393 pp. Price 25 cents.

77. The Texan Permian and its Mesozoic Types of Fossils, by Charles A. White. 1891. 89. 51 PP. 4 pl. Price 10 cents.

78. A report of work done in the Division of Chemistry and Physics, mainly during the tiscal year 1889-'90. F. W. Clarke, chief chemist. 1891. 8o. 131 pp. Price 15 cents.

79. A Late Volcanic Eruption in Northern California and its Peculiar Lava, by J.S. Diller. 1891. 8o. 33 pp. 17 pl. Price 10 cents. 80. Correlation papers-Devonian and Carboniferous, by Henry Shaler Williams. 1891.

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81. Correlation papers-Cambrian, by Charles Doolittle Walcott. 1891. 89. 447 pp. 3 pl. Price 25 cents.

22. Correlation papers--Cretaceous, by Charles A. White. 1891. 8°. 273 pp. 3 pl. Price 20 cents. 83. Correlation papers-Eocene, by William Bullock Clark. 1891. 82. 173 pp. 2 pl. Price 15 cents.

84. Correlation papers-Neocene, by W. H. Dall and G. D. Harris. 1892. 8°. 349 pp. 3 pl. Price 25 cents.

85. Correlation papers, The Newark System, by Israel Cook Russell. 1892. 8o. 344 pp. 13 pl. Price 25 cents. 86. Correlation papers-Archean and Algonkian, by C. R. Van Hise. 1892. 8o.

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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. 80.

Price 10 cents. 91. Record of North American Geology for 1890, by Nelson Horatio Darton. 1891. 8o. 88 pp. Price 10 cents.

92. The Compressibility of Liquids, by Carl Barus. 1892. 80. 96 pp. 29 pl. Price 10 cents.

93. Some insects of special interest from Florissant, Colorado, and other points in the Tertiaries of Colorado and Utah, by Samuel Hubbard Scudder. 1892. 80. 35 pp. 3 pl. Price 5 cents. 94. The Mechanism of Solid Viscosity, by Carl Barus. 1892. 80.

Price 15 cents. 95. Earthquakes in California in 1890 and 1891, by Edward Singleton Holden. 1892. 8°. 31 pp. Price 5 cents. 96. The Volume Ther!nodynamics of Liquids, by Carl Barus. 1892. 89.

Price 10 cents. 97. The Mesozoic Echinodermata of the United States, by William Bullock Clark. 1893. 80 207 Pp. 50 pl. Price 20 cents.

98. Flora of the Outlying Carboniferous Basins of Southwestern Missouri, by David White. 1893. 8o. 139 pp. 5 pl. Price 15 cents.

99. Record of North American Geology for 1891, by Nelson Horatio Darton. 1892. 80. Price 10 cents.

100. Bibliography and Index of the publications of the U. S. Geological Survey, 1879–1892, by Philip Creveling Warman. 1893. 89. 495 pp. Price 25 cents.

101. Insect Fauna of the Rhode Island Coal Field, by Samuel Hubbard Scudder. 1893. 8°. 2 pl. Price 5 cents.

103. High Temperature Work in Igneous Fusion and Ebullition, chiefly in relation to pressure, by Carl Barus.

104. Glaciation of the Yellowstone Valley north of the Park, by Walter Harvey Weed. 1893. 80. 41 pp. 4 pl. Price 5 cents.

105. The Laramie and the overlying Livingston Formation in Montana, by Walter Harvey Weed, with Report on Flora, by Frank Hall Knowlton. 1893. 8o. 68 pp. 6 pl. Price 10 cents.

106. The Colorado Formation and its Invertebrate Fauna, by T. W. Stanton. 1893. 8. 288 pp. 45 pl. Price 20 cents.

107. The Trap Dikes of Lake Champlain Valley and the Eastern Adirondacks, by James Furman Kemp.

108. A Geological Reconnoissance in Central Washington, by Israel Cook Russell. 1893. 80. 108 pp. 12 pl. Price 15 cents.

109. The Eruptive and Sedimentary Rocks on Pigeon Point, Minnesota, and their contact phenom. ena, by William Shirley Bayley. 1893. 89. 121 pp. 16 pl. Price 15 cents.

110. The Paleozoic Section in the vicinity of Three Forks, Montana, by Albert Charles Peale. 1893. 8o. 56 pp. 6 pl. Price 10 cents. In press:

102. A Catalogue and Bibliography of North American Mesozoic Invertebrata, by C. B. Boyle. 111. Geology of the Big Stone Gap Coal Field of Virginia and Kentucky, by Marius R. Campbell. 112. Earthquakes in California in 1892, by Charles D. Perrine.

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.

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The Moraines of the Missouri Coteau and their attendant deposits, by James Edward Todd.

On the Structure of the Ridge between the Taconic and the Green Mountain Ranges in Vermont; and On the Structure of Monument Mountain in Great Barrington, Mass., by T. Nelson Dale.

A Bibliography of Paleobotany, by David White.

STATISTICAL PAPERS.

Mineral Resources of the United States, 1882, by Albert Williams, jr. 1883. 89. xvii, 813 pp. Price 50 cents.

Mineral Resources of the United States, 1883 and 1884, by Albert Williams, jr. 1885. 89. xiv, 1016 pp. Price 60 cents.

Mineral Resources of the United States, 1885. Division of Mining Statistics and Technology. 1886. 89. vii, 576 pp. Price 40 cents.

Mineral Resources of the United States, 1886, by David T. Day. 1887. 8o. viii, 813 pp. Price 50 cents. Mineral Resources of the United States, 1887, by David T. Day. 1888. 8o. vii, 832 pp. Price 50 cents. Mineral Resources of the United States, 1888, by David T. Day. 1890. 8o. vii, 952 pp. Price 50 cents.

Mineral Resources of the United States, 1889 and 1890, by David T. Day. 1892. 8o. viii, 671 pp. Price 50 cents.

Mineral Resources of the United States, 1891, by David T. Day. 1893. 80. vii, 630 pp. Price 50 cents. In preparation :

Mineral Resources of the United States, 1892 by David T. Day. 1893. 80.

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