SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

1842 Notes upon the geology of the western states. Am. J. Sci. Arts, 1st series, 42:51-62.

1843 Geology of New York. Part IV, comprising the survey of the Fourth Geological District. Albany.

Notes explanatory of a section from Cleveland, Ohio, to the Mississippi River, in a southwest direction; with remarks upon the identity of the western formations with those of New York. Reports of the First, Second and Third Meetings of the Association of American Geologists and Naturalists, pp. 267-293. Boston.

Remarks upon casts of mud furrows, wave lines, and other markings upon rocks of the New York System. Reports of the First, Second and Third Meetings of the Association of American Geologists and Naturalists. Boston. 422-432

1847-1894 Natural History of New York: Palaeontology. (Thirteen separate volumes, but numbered as eight parts.) Albany.

1851 Lower Silurian System (chap. 9), Upper Silurian and Devonian Series (chap. 10), Fossils from the Paleozoic Series (chap. 13), and Parallelism of Paleozoic Deposits of Europe and America (chap. 18). In Report on the Geology of the Lake Superior Land District, eds. J. W. Foster and J. D. Whitney. Washington.

1858 With J. D. Whitney. Geology of Iowa. (Two volumes.) Des Moines.

1859 Description and figures of the organic remains of the Lower Helderberg Group and the Oriskany Sandstone: Natural history New York, pt. 6. Palaeontology 3:1-96.



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