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AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE

3RD SERIES, 1871-1896

 

1871

 

JANUARY 

Dana J. D. 1871 ON THE QUATERNARY, OR POST-TERTIARY, OF THE NEW HAVEN REGION in
Am J Sci January 1871 Series 3 Vol. 1, pp. 1-15, complete issue. Other articles include
ON GAHNITE FROM MINE HILL, FRANKLIN FURNACE, NEW JERSEY pp. 28-29; LeConte J. ON SOME
PHENOMENA OF BINOCULAR VISION
pp. 33-44; Smith, S. I. on NOTICE OF A FOSSIL INSECT FROM
THE CARBONIFEROUS FORMATION OF INDIANA
, pp. 44-45, and more.   
                                                                                      Price: $20.00                       (stock#AJS71Jan)

 

 

 

1872

 

Cloos J. H. 1872 A CRETACEOUS BASIN IN THE SAUK VALLEY, MINNESOTA pp. 17-26 contained
in American Journal of Science, 3rd Series, Vol. 3, January, 1872 issue. The entire issue
for January, 1872 is included here, and it contains other reports covering various fossils
T. Sterry Hunt on Alpine geology, De Laski J. on Glacial action on Mount Katahdin and more.
Scarce.                                                 Price: $20.00                    (stock#AJS72Jan)

 

JULY

Dana E. S. 1872 ON THE DATOLITE FROM BERGEN HILL, NEW JERSEY pp. 16-22 contained in
American Journal of Science 3rd Series, July 1872 complete issue. Other reports include
Brooks T. B. ON CERTAIN LOWER SILURIAN ROCKS IN SAINT LAWRENCE COUNTY, NEW YORK
WHICH ARE PROBABLY OLDER THAN THE POTSDAM SANDSTONE
pp. 22-26; Dana J. D. ON
OCEANIC CORAL ISLAND SUBSIDENCE
pp. 31-37 + more.   Price: $25.00       (stock#AJS72Jul)
      
DECEMBER
                                    
Leeds A. R. NOTE UPON AVENTURINE ORTHOCLASE FOUND AT THE OGDEN MINE, SPARTA ,
TOWNSHIP SUSSEX COUNTY, NEW JERSEY
pp. 433-434 contained in American Journal of Science
3rd Series December 1872 complete issue. Other reports include Dana E. S. ON A CRYSTAL OF
ANDULUSITE FROM DELAWARE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
p. 473; Dana J. D. ON THE QUARTZITE
LIMESTONE AND ASSOCIATED ROCKS OF THE VICINITY OF GREAT BARRINGTON, BERKSHIRE

CO., MASS pp. 450-453 and more.                               Price: $20.00                           (stock#AJS72Dec)

 

1873

 

 

July 

Winchell A. 1873 THE DIAGONAL SYSTEM IN THE PHYSICAL FEATURES OF MICHIGAN
pp. 36-40 in American Journal of Science, July 1873 issue, and one of the earlier
papers in general on lineations. Other contents diverse and include the Obituary
of Adam Sedgwick
(pp. 45-51), and more. Some wear overall, corner tear to rear
wrap, contents good.                           Price: $10.00                    (stockAJS1873July)

 

AUGUST 

Dana J. D. 1873 ON SOME RESULTS OF THE EARTH’S CONTRACTION FROM COOLING: PART IV
IGNEOUS EJECTIONS, VOLCANOES
(pp. 104-115) in American Journal of Science, August
1873 issue. Other contents diverse and include S. W. Ford REMARKS ON THE DISTRIBUTION
OF FOSSILS IN THE LOWER POTSDAM ROCKS AT TROY N. Y. WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF A FEW NEW
SPECIES
(pp. 134-140) and more.              Price: $10.00                       (stock#AJS1873Aug)

 

SEPTEMBER 

Smith J. L. 1873 NOTES ON THE CORUNDUM OF NORTH CAROLINA GEORGIA AND MONTANA WITH A
DESCRIPTION OF THE GEM VARIETY OF THE CORUNDUM FROM THESE LOCALITIES
pp. 180-186 in
American Journal of Science September 1873 issue. Other contents diverse and include
F. V. Hayden EXPLORATIONS OF 1872: U. S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF THE TERRITORIES UNDER
DR. HAYDEN; SNAKE RIVER DIVISION
(pp. 194-207); Breidenbaugh E. S. ON THE MINERALS
FOUND AT THE TILLY FOSTER IRON MINES N. Y
. (pp. 207-213) and more.
                                                                 Price: $20.00                                        (stock#AJS1873Sept)

 

NOVEMBER 

Dana J. D. 1873 ON ROCKS OF THE HELDERBERG ERA IN THE VALLEY OF THE CONNECTICUT pp.
339-352 in American Journal of Science November 1873 issue. Other contents diverse
and include E. W. Hilgard’s classic paper ON THE SILT ANALYSIS OF SOILS AND CLAYS
(pp. 333-339), and more.                                    Price: $10.00                           (AJS1873Nov)

 

DECEMBER 

Fontaine W. M. NOTES ON THE WEST VIRGINIA ASPHALTUM DEPOSIT pp. 409-415 in American
Journal of Science, December 1873 issue. Other contents diverse and include T. Comstock
ON THE GEOLOGY OF WESTERN WYOMING
(pp. 426-432), L. Lesqueruex AGE OF THE ROCKY
MOUNTAIN COAL OR LIGNITIC FORMATIONS
(pp. 441-450) and more.
                                                                                 Price: $10.00                        (stock#AJS1873Dec)

 

1874

 


APRIL 

Le Conte J. 1874 ON THE GREAT LAVA-FLOOD OF THE NORTHWEST: AND ON THE STRUCTURE AND
AGE OF THE CASCADE MOUNTAINS
in American Journal of Science, pp. 359-367, April 1874
issue. Other contents diverse and include J. S. Newberry PARALLELISM IN COAL SEAMS
(pp. 367-369), A. W. Chase THE AURIFEROUS GRAVEL DEPOSIT OF GOLD BLUFF (pp. 379-384)
and on the Klamath River region in California; another J. S. Newberry report ON THE
LIGNITES AND PLANT BEDS OF WESTERN NORTH AMERICA
(pp. 399-405) and more.             
                                                       Price: $20.00                             (stock#AJS1874April)

 

JUNE 

Hitchcock C. H. 1874 ON THE HELDERBERG ROCKS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE pp. 557-570 in American
Journal of Science June 1874 issue. Other contents diverse and include L. Lesqueruex
ON THE AGE OF THE LIGNITIC FORMATIONS OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
(pp. 546-557) and more.
                                                             Price: $10.00                                    (stock#AJS1874June)

AUGUST 

Newberry J. S. 1874 ON THE SO-CALLED LAND PLANTS FROM THE LOWER SILURIAN OF OHIO
pp. 110-113 in American Journal of Science, August 1874 issue. Other contents diverse and
include a paper by C. E. Dutton A CRITICISM UPON THE CONTRACTIONAL HYPOTHESIS (pp.
113-123) with regard to crustal features, and more.     Price: $10.00               (stock#AJS1874Aug)
 

 

NOVEMBER 

Dana J. D. 1874 ON SERPENTINE PSEUDOMORPHS AND OTHER KINDS FROM THE TILLY FOSTER
IRON MINE, PUTNAM CO., NEW YORK
(pp. 371-381 with 2 plates), and more.
                                                                      Price: $10.00                                   (stock#AJS1874Nov)

 

1875 

 

APRIL-MAY-JUNE 

Fontaine W. M. 1875 ON THE PRIMORDIAL OF VIRGINIA in American Journal of Science June
1875 issue, pp. 416-428. Also included is a related report by Fontaine entitled ON THE
PRIMORDIAL STRATA OF VIRGINIA
, pp. 361-369 (May, 1875 issue of AJS, complete issue
included).  Other contents diverse and include more reports on Virginia and elsewhere,
such as Bradley F. H. ON THE SILURIAN AGE OF THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIANS (pp. 279-288,
in April issue; 370-383 in May issue); Prime F. Jr. ON THE OCCURRENCE OF THE BROWN
HEMATITE DEPOSITS OF THE GREAT VALLEY
(pp. 433-440); Irving R. STRATIFICATION OF THE
PRIMORDIAL AND CANADIAN ROCKS OF SOUTH CENTRAL WISCONSIN
(pp. 440-444); Hawes G. W. ON
DIABANTITE
(pp. 454-457) which is a mineral from the Connecticut Valley trap ridges,
and more. Overall condition of the three volumes is very good, some marginal chips to
wraps, the May issue has rear corner of wrap torn with some rough page corners, else
light oder from long, 100 year warehouse storage.   
                                                      Price: $30.00                                 (stock#AJS1875April-May-June)

 

JULY 

Pumpelly R. 1875 ON PSUEDOMORPHS OF CHLORITE AFTER GARNET AT THE SPURR MOUNTAIN
IRON MINE, LAKE SUPERIOR, WITH PLATE
, pp. 17-21, in American Journal of Science
July 1875 issue. Other contents diverse and include E. Andrews DR. KOCH AND THE
MISSOURI MASTODON
(pp. 32-34) and more. Overall light wear, very good.
                                                              Price: $10.00                                             (stock#AJS1875July)

 

AUGUST 

LeConte J. 1875 ON SOME OF THE ANCIENT GLACIERS OF THE SIERRA NEVADA pp.
126-139 in American Journal of Science August 1875 issue. Other contents
diverse and include Dana E. S. 1875 ON THE CHONDRODITE FROM THE TILLY-
FOSTER IRON MINE, BREWSTER, NEW YORK
(pp. 89-103 with 3 plates), and more.
Overall condition is very good, light oder from 100 year old storage. A
scarce and classic mineral report on the famous Tilly-Foster Mine, and a
classic LeConte paper as well.   Price: $20.00         (stock#AJS1875August)
  

 

SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER-DECEMBER


Dana J. D. 1875 ON SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND DURING THE MELTING OF THE GREAT
GLACIER
complete in three parts as issued and all contained in American
Journal of Science September, October and December issues (all three complete
as issued offered together here).  Part 1 (Sept, 1875) with pp. 168-183, 5 figs;
Part 2 (Oct., 1875) with pp. 280-282; Part 3 (Dec, 1875) pp., 497-508, with one
page map. Other contents diverse and amongst the three issues include ADDRESS OF
DR. JOHN L. LECONTE, THE RETIRING PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE
(pp. 241-256); SIR CHARLES LYELL (Obituary), pp. 269-276;
L. F. Pourtales CORALS AT THE GALAPAGOS ISLANDS (pp. 382-383); Brewer W. H. ON
THE FORMATION OF HAIL IN THE SPRAY OF THE YOSEMITE FALL
(pp. 161-164) and more.
The James Dwight Dana serial paper is one of the classic reports on the Glacial
Geology of New England. Scarce.   Price: $35.00                   (stock#AJS1875Sept-Oct-Dec)

 

1877

 

FEBRUARY


Gray Asa 1877 THE EFFECTS OF CROSS- AND SELF-FERTILIZATION IN THE VEGETABLE KINGDOM;
DISCUSSION
pp. 125-141 contained in American Journal of Science 3rd Series, February
1877, complete issue. Other contents diverse and include Fontaine W. M. NOTES ON THE
VESPERTINE STRATA OF VIRGINIA AND WEST VIRGINIA
pp. 115-123, Ford S. W. NOTE ON
MICRODISCUS SPECIOSUS
pp. 141-142, Lewis E. ON WATERCOURSES UPON LONG ISLAND [N Y]
pp. 142-146 and more.                                       Price: $20.00                           (stock#AJS77Feb)

 

 APRIL

Ford S. W. 1877 ON SOME EMBRYONIC FORMS OF TRILOBITES FROM THE PRIMORDIAL ROCKS
AT TROY NEW YORK
pp. 265-273, contained in American Journal of Science 3rd Series, April 1877
issue. Other contents diverse and include Wachsmuth C. and Springer F. REVISION OF THE GENUS
BELEMNOCRINUS AND DESCRIPTION OF TWO NEW SPECIES
pp. 253-260, Diller J. S. WESTFIELD
DURING THE CHAMPLAIN PERIOD
pp. 262-265, and more.    Price: $20.00           (stock#AJS77April)

 

MAY-JUNE-OCTIOBER

Dana J. D. 1877 AN ACCOUNT OF THE DISCOVERIES IN VERMONT GEOLOGY OF THE REV. AUGUSTUS
WING pp. 332-347, and pp. 405-419,  in American Journal of Science 3rd Series, May and June 1877
complete issues, respectively. Other contents diverse and include Lea M. C. ON THE SENSITIVENESS
TO LIGHT OF VARIOUS SALTS OF SILVER
pp. 369-371, Penfield S. L. ON THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION
OF TRIPHYLITE FROM GRAFTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE
pp. 425-427, Silliman B. ON AN ASSOCIATION OF
GOLD WITH SCHEELITE IN IDAHO
pp. 451-452; Also included is the October, 1877 issue of American
Journal of Science which contains J. D. Dana’s important report On the relations of the geology
of Vermont to that of Berkshire (pp. 257-264).           Price: $30.00            (stock#AJS77May-June-Oct)


1878

 

JULY-AUGUST (and MAY, 1879 Issues)

Brush G. J. and Dana E. S. 1878 ON A NEW AND REMARKABLE MINERAL LOCALITY IN
FAIRFIELD COUNTY CONNECTICUT, WITH A DESCRIPTION OF SEVERAL NEW SPECIES
OCCURRING THERE
pp. 33-46, and pp. 114-123, in American Journal of Science July
and August 1878, complete issues respectively, and focused on Branchville pegmatite
quarry in Redding, Connecticut.

These are parts 1 and 2 of a multi-part article. Also included is Part 4, from the
May, 1879 issue (p. 359-368), which also includes several papers important to
Connecticut-New York regional geology which are: Julien A. A. ON THE COMPOSITION
OF THE CYMATOLITE FROM GOSHEN, MASSACHUSETTS
, pp. 398-399; Dana J. D. 1879
ON THE HUDSON RIVER AGE OF THE TACONIC SCHISTS, AND ON THE DEPENDENT
RELATIONS OF THE DUTCHESS COUNTY AND WESTERN CONNECTICUT LIMESTONE
BELTS
pp. 375-388, and Dwight W. B. 1879 ON THE HUDSON RIVER AGE OF THE TACONIC
SCHISTS AND ON THE DEPENDENT RELATIONS OF THE DUTCHESS COUNTY AND
WESTERN CONNECTICUT LIMESTONE BELTS
pp. 389-392.          

                                                  Price for 3 vol. set: $40.00              (stock#CT22)

DECEMBER


Warren G. K. 1878 VALLEY OF THE MINNESOTA RIVER AND OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER
TO THE JUNCTION OF THE OHIO
; its origin considered pp. 417-431, contained in
American Journal of Science 3rd Series, December 1878, complete issue of the
journal with other, diverse contents.            Price: $20.00             (stock#AJS78Dec)

1879

AUGUST

Upham W. 1879 TERMINAL MORAINES OF THE NORTH AMERICAN ICE SHEET
pp. 81-92, contained in American Journal of Science 3rd Series, August 1879
complete issue of the journal with other, diverse contents including
Hilgard E. W. 1879 THE LOESS OF THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY AND THE EOLIAN
HYPOTHESIS
pp. 106-112. Scarce.   Price: $25.00           (stock#AJS79Aug)
 

 

1880 

APRIL 

Hunt T. S. 1880 HISTORY OF SOME PRE-CAMBRIAN ROCKS IN AMERICA AND EUROPE pp. 268-283
in American Journal of Science, April 1880 issue. Other contents diverse and include
A. E. Verrill’s classic report SYNOPSIS OF THE CEPHALOPODA OF THE NORTHEASTERN COAST
OF AMERICA
on recent squids, with plates. The Hunt article is of some historical
importance in linking the Avalonian Terrane of New England to that of Sweden.   
                                                                   Price: $15.00                                   (stock#AJS1880April)

AUGUST 

Whiteaves J. F. 1880 A NEW SPECIES OF PTERICHTHYS ALLIED TO THE BOTHRIOLEPIS ORNATA
pp. 132-136 in American Journal of Science, August 1880 issue. Other contents diverse
and include G. J. Brush and E. S. Dana CRYSTALLIZED DANBURITE FROM RUSSELL, ST.
AWRENCE COUNTY, NEW YORK
(pp. 111-117), and more.                  
                                                                        Price: $10.00                                     (stock#AJS1880Aug)

 

NOVEMBER 

Crosby W. O. and Barton G. H. 1880 EXTENSION OF THE CARBONIFEROUS FORMATION IN
MASSACHUSETTS
pp. 416-421 in American Journal of Science, November 1880 issue,
and on discovery of the Norfolk basin, east of Boston. Another classic report is
J. W. Dawson’s REVISION OF THE LAND SNAILS OF THE PALEOZOIC ERA WITH DESCRIPTIONS
OF NEW SPECIES
(pp. 303-416) and more.              Price: $15.00                 (stock#AJS1880Nov)

 

1881

 

JANUARY 

Hawes G. W. THE ALBANY GRANITE, NEW HAMPSHIRE AND ITS CONTACT PHENOMENA in American
Journal of Science, January 1881 issue, pp. 21-32, several figs. Other contents diverse
and includes C. Barrios REVIEW OF PROFESSOR HALL’S RECENTLY PUBLISHED VOLUME ON THE
DEVONIAN FOSSILS OF NEW YORK
(pp. 44-52) and more. Overall some wear, with short tears
at margins of pp. but generally good. There is an odor from age or long storage (not
musty though).                                                     Price: $10.00                             (stock#AJS1881Jan)

 

SEPTEMBER

Dana E. S. 1881 EMERALD-GREEN SPODUMENE FROM ALEXANDER COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA in
American Journal of Science, September 1881 issue, pp. 179-182, 10 figures. Other
contents diverse and include B. Silliman MINERALOGICAL NOTES (pp. 198-205) focused
mostly on various Vanadinite, Wulfenite and related minerals from various Arizona
mines, and more. Overall light wear, very good though there is an odor from age or
long storage (not musty though).               Price: $20.00                      (stock#AJS1881Sept)

 

OCTOBER 

Ford S. W. 1881 EMBRYONIC FORMS OF TRILOBITES FROM THE PRIMORDIAL ROCKS OF TROY
N. Y. in American Journal of Science, October 1881 issue, pp. 250-260, 13 figures.
Other reports include J. D. Dana GEOLOGICAL RELATIONS OF THE LIMESTONE BELTS OF
WESTCHESTER CO. NEW YORK
(pp. 313-315 with appendix on pp. 327-335), and more.
Overall light wear, very good though there is an odor from age or long storage
(not musty though).                                             Price: $20.00                       (stock#AJS1881Oct)

 

1882

  

JULY 

LeConte J. and Rising W. B. 1882 THE PHENOMENA OF METALLIFEROUS VEIN FORMATION
NOW IN PROGRESS AT SULPHER BANK CALIFORNIA
pp. 23-34 in American Journal of
Science, July 1882 issue. Other contents diverse and include G. K. Gilbert
ON THE ORIGIN OF JOINTED STRUCTURE
(pp. 50-54), J. M. Clarke CIRRIPED
CRUSTACEAN FROM THE DEVONIAN
(pp. 55-56) and more. Overall light+ wear,
corner bump, contents very good.       Price: $15.00                  (stock#AJS1882July) 

DECEMBER 

Spencer J. W. 1882 TERRACES AND BEACHES ABOUT LAKE ONTARIO pp. 409-416 with 2
plates in American Journal of Science, December 1882 issue. Other contents
diverse and include B. F. Koons HIGH TERRANCES OF THE RIVERS OF EASTERN CONNECTICUT
(pp. 425-428), Asa Gray's obituary of CHARLES DARWIN (pp. 453-463) and more.
Condition overall good to very good, corner chip to rear wrap, corner bump else
contents very good.                                       Price: $15.00                           (stock#AJS1882Dec)

1883

 

APRIL 

Wachsmuth C.  and Springer G. 1883 REMARKS ON GLYPTOCRINUS AND RETEOCRINUS, TWO
GENERA OF SILURIAN CRINOIDS
pp. 255-267 in American Journal of Science, April 1883
issue. Other contents diverse and include J. B. Elliott THE AGE OF THE SOUTHERN
APPALACHIANS
(pp. 282-298) and more.       Price: $10.00           (stock#AJS1883April)

  

JUNE 

Dana J. D. 1883 WESTERN DISCHARGE OF THE FLOODED CONNECTICUT pp. 440-448 in American
Journal of Science, June 1883 issue. Other contents diverse and include G. J. Brush
and S. L. Penfield SCOVILLITE A NEW PHOSPHATE FROM SALISBURY CONN
., (pp. 459-463),
LeConte J. MINERAL VEIN FORMATION IN PROGRESS AT STEAMBOAT SPRINGS AND SULPHER BANK
(pp. 424-428) and more.                             Price: $15.00                                         (stock#AJS1883June)

 

JULY


LeConte J. 1883 GENESIS OF METALLIFEROUS VEINS pp. 1-19, in American Journal of
Science July 1883 issue. Other contents diverse and include G. F. Wright RECENT
INVESTIGATIONS CONCERNING THE SOUTHERN BOUNDARY OF THE GLACIATED AREA
OF OHIO
and more.                         Price: $10.00                  (stock#AJS1883July)

  

SEPTEMBER 

Hague A. and Iddings J. P. 1883 VOLCANOES OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, OREGON AND
WASHINGTON TERRITORY
pp. 222-234 in American Journal of Science September 1883
issue. Other contents diverse and include W. P. Blake CASSITERITE, SPODUMENE AND
BERYL IN THE BLACK HILLS DAKOTA
(pp. 235-236), T. S. Hunt THE DECAY OF ROCKS
GEOLOGICALLY CONSIDERED
(pp. 190-213) and more.
                                                         Price: $15.00                  (stock#AJS1883Sept)

 

OCTOBER 

Walcott C. D. 1883 INJURY SUSTAINED BY THE EYE OF A TRILOBITE AT THE TIME OF THE
MOULTING OF THE SHELL
pp. 302-303 in American Journal of Science October 1883 issue.
Other contents diverse and include W. J. McGee ORIGIN AND HADE OF NORMAL FAULTS
(pp. 294-298), and more.                    Price: $10.00                         (stock#AJS1883Oct)

 

NOVEMBER 

Dana J. D. 1883 PHENOMENA OF THE GLACIAL AND CHAMPLAIN PERIODS ABOUT THE MOUTH OF
THE CONNECTICUT VALLEY – THAT IS, IN THE NEW HAVEN REGION
pp. 341-360 in American
Journal of Science November 1883 issue. Other contents diverse and include H. Booth
DISCOVERY OF UTICA SLATE GRAPTOLITES ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE HUDSON
(pp. 380-381),
W. M. Davis BEACRAFT’S MOUNTAIN (pp. 381-389) and more.             
                                                             Price: $15.00                       (stock#AJS1883Nov)

 

DECEMBER 

Walcott C. D. 1883 PRE-CARBONIFEROUS STRATA IN THE GRAND CANON OF THE COLORADO,
ARIZONA
pp. 437-442 in American Journal of Science, December 1883 issue. Other
contents diverse and include a number of papers focused on botany (by Asa Gray),
the asteroid Vesta (by Harrington), and more.
                                                                     Price: $10.00                     (stock#AJS1883Dec)

 

1884

 

JANUARY 

Upham W. 1884 THE MINNESOTA VALLEY IN THE ICE AGE in American Journal
of Science, pp. 36-42, January 1884 issue. Other contents diverse and
include Dutton C. E. 1884 THE EFFECT OF A WARMER CLIMATE UPON GLACIERS
(pp. 1-18) and more. Overall light wear, very good.       
                         Price: $15.00              (stock#AJS1884Jan)


MARCH 

Dale T. N. 1884 CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE GEOLOGY OF RHODE ISLAND (WITH A
MAP),
Part 1 pp. 217-228) in American Journal of Science, March 1884
issue, and represents the first significant revision of Rhode
Island geology since Jackson’s classic treatise, and would remain
as such until Emerson’s summary treatment in 1917.Other contents
diverse but include a pair of scarce reports on Maine Minerals which
are: Kunz G. F. 1884 TOPAZ AND ASSOCIATED MINERALS AT STONEHAM ME. (pp.
212-217) and E. S. Dana CRYSTALLINE FORM OF THE SUPPOSED HERDERITE
FROM STONEHAM, ME
. (pp. 229-232). Overall some wear, corner bump,
contents good.                  Price: $20.00                       (stock#AJS1884March)


JUNE 

Wooster L. C. 1884 TRANSITION FROM THE COPPER-BEARING SERIES TO THE
POTSDAM
, pp. 463-465, in American Journal of Science, June 1884 issue
and on the Precambrian-Cambrian contact in Wisconsin. Other contents
diverse and include a pair of classic papers which are: Hague, A. and
Iddings J. P. 1884 VOLCANIC ROCKS OF THE GREAT BASIN
pp. 453-463, and
 G. K. Gilbert THE SUFFICIENCY OF TERRESTRIAL ROTATION FOR THE DEFLECTION
OF STREAMS
(pp. 427-432) and more. Overall some wear, corner bump,
contents good.                        Price: $10.00                            (stock#AJS1884June)

 

JULY 

Wright G. F. 1884 THE NIAGARA RIVER AND THE GLACIAL PERIOD in American
Journal of Science, pp. 32-35, July 1884 issue. Other contents diverse
and include S. W. Ford DISCOVERY OF PRIMORDIAL FOSSILS IN COLUMBIA COUNTY
N. Y.
(pp. 35-37), W. P. Blake CRYSTALLIZED GOLD IN PRISMATIC FORMS (pp.
57-58) and more. Overall some wear, corner bump, contents very good. 
                                                      Price: $10.00                             (stock#AJS1884July) 

SEPTEMBER 

Scudder S. H. 1884 TRIASSIC INSECTS FROM THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS pp. 199-203
in American Journal of Science, September 1884 issue, and on the Fairplay
Colorado fauna of Permocarboniferous age, rather then Triassic. Other
papers diverse and include G. F. Becker RELATIONS OF THE MINERAL BELTS
OF THE PACIFIC SLOPE TO THE GREAT UPHEAVALS
(pp. 209-213), and more.
Overall light+ wear, contents very good.
                                                     Price: $15.00                  (stock#AJS1884Sept)

 

OCTOBER 

Diller J. S. 1884 FULGURITE FROM MOUNT THIELSON OREGON, pp. 252-
258, in American Journal of Science, October 1884 issue. Other
contents diverse and include Lewis H. C. 1884 SUPPOSED GLACIATION
IN PENNSYLVANIA SOUTH OF THE TERMINAL MORAINE
(pp. 276-285, with
folding map); Dana J. D. 1884 SOUTHWARD ENDING OF A GREAT SYNCLINAL
IN THE TACONIC RANGE
(pp. 268-275 with map), and more.
                                                  Price: $15.00                          (stock#AJS1884October)

 

NOVEMBER 

Dana J. D. 1884 NOTE ON THE CORTLANDT AND STONY POINT HORNBLENDE AND
AUGITIC ROCKS
pp. 384-386,in American Journal of Science, November 1884
issue. Other contents diverse and include Gray Asa 1884 CHARACTERISTICS
OF THE NORTH AMERICAN FLORA
pp. (323-340); W. P. Blake COLUMBITE IN THE
BLACK HILLS OF DAKOTA
(pp. 340-341), and more. Overall light+ wear, light
corner bump, contents very good.         Price: $15.00               (stock#AJS1884Nov)

 

DECEMBER 

Walcott C. D. 1884 PALEOZOIC ROCKS OF CENTRAL TEXAS, pp. 431-434, in
American Journal of Science December 1884 issue. Other contents diverse
and include Kimball J. P. 1884 RELATIONS AND GENESIS OF TH SPECULAR
IRON-ORES OF SANTIAGO DE CUBA
(pp. 416-430), Davis W. M. DISTRIBUTION
AND ORIGIN OF DRUMLINS
(pp. 407-416), and more. Overall light wear to
contents, very good.                         Price: $15.00                   (stock#AJS1884Dec)

 

 

1885

 

JANUARY 

Ford S. W. OBSERVATIONS UPON THE GREAT FAULT IN THE VICINITY OF SHODACK LANDING,
RENSSELAER COUNTY N. Y.
contained American Journal of Science, January 1885 issue
pp. 16-19, 3 figs, and on one of the Taconic Orogeny thrust faults. Also included
is J. D. Dana’s little-acknowledged contribution in the attempt to introduce
uniform lithologic symbols in geologic mapping, entitled SYSTEM OF ROCK NOTATION
FOR GEOLOGICAL DIAGRAMS
(pp. 7-10, 3 figures), Geikie A. 1885 CRYSTALLINE ROCKS OF
THE SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS
(pp. 10-16), and more. Scarce. Overall light wear, very good
though there is an odor from age or long storage (not musty though).
                                                                    Price: $15.00                            (stock#AJS1885Jan)

APRIL 

Walcott C. D. 1885 NEW GENUS OF CAMBRIAN TRILOBITES MESONACIS in American Journal
of Science April 1885 issue,  pp. 328-330, 2 figures, and describing a complete
trilobite from Parker’s quarry in the town of Georgia, Vermont. Other contents
diverse and includes J. M. Clarke DEVONIAN SPORES (pp. 284-289, 13 figures) on
fossil spores from the Hamilton and Chemung Groups at Ontario, New York, and more.
 Overall light wear, very good though there is an odor from age or long storage
(not musty though).                              Price: $15.00                            (stock#AJS1885April)

 

MAY 

Diller J. S. 1885 TOPAZ FROM SHOREHAM MAINE in American Journal of Science, May
1885 issue, pp. 378-384, 2 figures. Other contents include Ford S. W. AGE OF THE
SLATY AND ARENACEOUS ROCKS IN THE VICINITY OF SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK
(pp. 397-398)
and more. Overall light wear, very good though there is an odor from age or long
storage (not musty though).              Price: $15.00                             (stock#AJS1885May)

 

JUNE 

Dana J. D. 1885 TACONIC ROCKS AND STRATIGRAPHY in American Journal of Science,
June 1885 issue pp. 437-443, and continued from a previous issue. This part
discusses  the gradational west to east metamorphism and mineralogy of Taconic
rocks, and is one of Dana’s classic contributions to the Taconic problem. Also
included is A. G. Dana on GAHNITE OF ROWE MASSACHUSETTS (pp. 455-456), H. D. Campbell
THE POTSDAM GROUP EAST OF THE BLUE RIDGE AT BALCONY FALLS VIRGINIA
(pp. 470-474) and
more. Overall light wear, very good though there is an odor from age or long storage
(not musty though).                        Price: $15.00                              (stock#AJS1885June)

 

JULY 

Williams H. S. 1885 NOTICE OF A NEW LIMULID CRUSTACEAN FROM THE DEVONIAN in
American Journal of Science, July 1885 issue, pp. 45-49, 3 figures. Also is a
short report by Matthew G. F. PROBABLE OCCURRENCE OF THE GREAT WELSH PARADOXIDES
P. Davidus
(pp. 72-73), and more. Overall light wear, very good though
there is an odor from age or long storage (not musty though).                 
                                                        Price: $15.00                               (stock#AJS1885July)

 

AUGUST-SEPTEMBER 

Dana J. D. 1885 ORIGIN OF CORAL REEFS AND ISLANDS in American Journal of Science,
August (pp. 85-105 with folding map) and September (pp. 169-191) 1885 issues, two
part report, complete in the two issues offered here. One of Dana’s important
contributions to the subject first made controversial by Darwin. Other contents in
the two AJS issues diverse, and range from meteorites to mineralogy to chemistry
reports. Overall light wear, very good though there is an odor from age or long
storage (not musty though).              Price: $25.00                     (stock#AJS1885Aug-Septx2)

 

OCTOBER 

Wortman J. L. 1885 COPE’S TERTIARY VERTEBRATA contained in American Journal of
Science, October 1885 issue, pp. 295-299 and is Wortman’s review of Cope’s bible,
but also both Cope and Marsh’s efforts to date collecting the American West fossil
vertebrates. Also included is C. H. Hitchcock’s CRYSTALLINE ROCKS OF ALABAMA (pp.
278-283), and more. Overall light wear, very good though there is an odor from age
or long storage (not musty though).         Price: $15.00                       (stock#AJS1885Oct)

 

NOVEMBER 

J. L. Campbell and H. D. Campbell WILLIAM B. ROGER’S GEOLOGY OF THE VIRGINIAS –
A REVIEW
pp. 357-373, contained in American Journal of Science, November 1885 issue.
Other contents diverse and include J. S. Newberry NOTES ON THE SURFACE GEOLOGY OF THE
COUNTRY BORDERING THE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
(pp. 337-346), and more.  Overall
light wear, very good though there is an odor from age or long storage (not musty
though).                                                    Price: $15.00                         (stock#AJS1885Nov)

 

DECEMBER 

Darton N. H. 1885 FOSSILS  IN THE HUDSON RIVER SLATES OF THE SOUTHERN PART OF
ORANGE COUNTY N. Y. AND ELSEWHERE
in American Journal of Science, December, 1885
issue pp. 452-454 on fossils around and south of Newburgh. Other contents diverse
and include Frazer P. REPORT OF THE AMERICAN COMMITTEE-DELEGATES TO THE BERLIN
INTERNATIONAL GEOLOGICAL CONGRESS
(pp. 454-475) and more. Overall light wear, very
good though there is an odor from age or long storage (not musty though).
                                                  Price: $15.00                                             (stock#AJS1885Dec)

 

1886

 

 

JANUARY 

Williams G. H. 1886 THE PERIDOTITES OF THE “CORTLANDT SERIES” ON THE HUDSON RIVER
NEAR PEEKSKILL N. Y.
pp. 26-41, in American Journal of Science, January 1886 issue.
Other contents diverse and include a classic paper by Asa Gray BOTANICAL NECROLOGY
OF 1885
(pp. 12-2), and more. Overall light wear, short tear to wraps else very good
though there is an odor from age or long storage (not musty though).
                                                                 Price: $15.00                               (stock#AJS1886Jan)

 

FEBRUARY 

Dwight W. B. 1886 RECENT EXPLORATIONS IN THE WAPPINGER VALLEY LIMESTONE OF DUTCHESS
CO. N. Y.
No. 5, pp. 125-133, with map, in American Journal of Science, February 1886
issue. Other contents diverse and include H. G. Williams THE WESTWARD EXTENSION OF
ROCKS OF LOWER HELDERBERG AGE IN NEW YORK
(pp. 139-145), which reports on Silurian-
lower Devonian strata as far west as Cayuga Lake in upstate New York, and more.
Overall light wear, short tear to wraps else very good though there is an odor from
age or long storage (not musty though).       Price: $15.00                          (stock#AJS1886Feb)

 

MARCH 

Darton N. H. 1886 AREA OF UPPER SILURIAN ROCKS NEAR CORNWALL STATION, EASTERN-
CENTRAL ORANGE COUNTY NEW YORK
pp. 209-216 in American Journal of Science, March
1886 issue. Other contents include D. W. Langdon OBSERVATIONS ON THE TERTIARY OF
MISSISSIPPI AND ALABAM
A (pp. 202-209), and more. Overall light wear, short tear
to wraps else very good though there is an odor from age or long storage (not
musty though).                          Price: $10.00                       (stock#AJS1886March)

 

APRIL 

Dana J. D. 1886 LOWER SILURIAN FOSSILS FROM A LIMESTONE OF THE ORIGINAL TACONIC
OF EMMONS
pp. 241-248 in American Journal of Science, April 1886 issue. Other
contents include PRELIMINARY REPORT OF S. W. FORD AND W. B. DWIGHT UPON FOSSILS
OBTAINED IN 1885 FROM METAMORPHIC LIMESTONE OF THE TACONIC SERIES OF EMMONS AT
CANAAN N. Y.
(pp. 248-255, 1 plate), Clarke F. W. THE MINERALS OF LITCHFIELD MAINE
(pp. 261-272) and more. A nice set of reports on the classic Taconic problem.
Overall light wear, short tear to wraps else very good though there is an odor
from age or long storage (not musty though).  Price: $20.00       (stock#AJS1886April)

 

JUNE 

Van Hise C. R. 1886 ORIGIN OF THE MICA-SCHISTS AND BLACK MICA-SLATES OF THE
PENOKEE-GOGEBIC IRON-BEARING SERIES
pp. 453-460, 1 plate, in American Journal
of Science, June 1886 issue. Other contents diverse and include papers on
meteorites, minerals, fossil brachiopods and more. Overall light wear, short
tear to wraps else very good though there is an odor from age or long storage
(not musty though).                           Price: $10.00               (stock#AJS1886June)

 

JULY 

Shaler N. S. 1886 PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE GEOLOGY OF THE COBSCOOK BAY DISTRICT
MAINE
pp.35-60, in American Journal of Science, July 1886 issue. Other contents
diverse and include H. M. Seely THE GENUS STREPHOCHETUS: DISTRIBUTION AND SPECIES
(pp. 31-35), O. Meyer OBSERVATIONS ON THE TERTIARY AND GRAND GULF OF MISSISSIPPI
(pp. 20-25) and more. Overall light wear, short tear to wraps else very good
though there is an odor from age or long storage (not musty though).
                                                          Price: $15.00                          (stock#AJS1886July)

 

AUGUST 

Dana E. S. ON THE CRYSTALLIZATION OF GOLD pp. 132-138 in American Journal of
Science, August 1886 issue. Other contents diverse J. S. Diller NOTES ON THE
PERIDOTITE OF ELLIOT COUNTY KENTUCKY
(pp. 121-124), C. D. Walcott CLASSIFICATION
OF THE CAMBRIAN SYSTEM OF NORTH AMERICA
(pp. 138-156) and more. Overall light
wear, short tear to wraps else very good though there is an odor from age or
long storage (not musty though).          Price: $15.00                   (stock#AJS1886Aug)

 

OCTOBER 

Dana J. D. 1886 A DISSECTED VOLCANIC MOUNTAIN; SOME OF ITS REVELATIONS pp. 247-
255 in American Journal of Science, October 1886 issue and discusses Tahiti. Other
contents diverse and include R. D. Irving ORIGIN OF THE FERRUGINOUS SCHISTS AND
IRON ORES OF THE LAKE SUPERIOR REGION
(pp. 255-271), several reports on meteorites
and more. Overall light wear, short tear to wraps else very good though there is
an odor from age or long storage (not musty though).
                                                             Price: $15.00                         (stock#AJS1886Oct) 

DECEMBER 

Dana E. S. 1886 ON THE CRYSTALLIZATION OF NATIVE COPPER pp. 413-430, 4 plates,
in American Journal of Science, December 1886 issue. Other contents diverse and
include W. N. Rice classic report ON THE TRAP AND SANDSTONE IN THE GORGE OF THE
FARMINGTON RIVER AT TARIFFVILLE CONNECTICUT
(pp. 430-433), I. P. Bishop ON
CERTAIN FOSSILIFEROUS LIMESTONES OF COLUMBIA CO., N. Y. AND THEIR RELATION TO
THE HUDSON RIVER SHALES AND THE TACONIC SYSTEM
(pp. 438-441) and more. Overall
light wear, short tear to wraps else very good though there is an odor from age
or long storage (not musty though).         Price: $20.00                   (stock#AJS1886Dec)



1887

 

JANUARY 

Wright G. F. 1887 THE MUIR GLACIER pp. 1-18 in American Journal of Science,
January 1887 issue, with several text figure maps on the Glacier Bay region
of Alaska. Other contents diverse and include C. A. White AGE OF COAL FOUND
IN THE REGION TRAVERSED BY THE RIO GRANDE
(pp. 18-20) on Texas coals; J. S.
Diller THE LATEST VOLCANIC ERUPTION IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AND ITS PECULIAR
LAVA
(pp. 45-50) and more.              Price: $10.00                   (stock#AJS1887Jan)

 

FEBRUARY-MARCH 

Williams G. H. 1887 THE NORITES OF THE CORTLANDT SERIES ON THE HUDSON RIVER
NEAR PEEKSKILL N. Y.
pp. 135-144, and pp. 191-199, in American Journal of
Science, February and March 1887 issues, both offered here together. Other
contents diverse and include J. D. Dana VOLCANIC ACTION (pp. 102-115), on
the characteristics of lava flow and cooling in the Hawaiian Islands, S. L.
Penfield PHENACITE FROM COLORADO WITH NOTES ON THE LOCALITY OF TOPAZ BUTTE
(pp. 130-135) which is near Pike's Peak, N. S. Shaler ON FLUVATILE SWAMPS
OF NEW ENGLAND
(pp. 210-221), and much on meteorites.
                                                     Price: $10.00                      (stock#AJS1887Feb-March) 

MAY

Dana J. D. 1887 TACONIC ROCKS AND STRATIGRAPHY WITH A GEOLOGICAL MAP OF
THE TACONIC REGION
in American Journal of Science, April 1887 issue, pp.
393-419, with large folding map bound in at rear. The map is very good,
but has a few closed tears (no paper loss). This is one of Dana's seminal
papers on the Taconic problem, and rather scarce to find with the map.
Other contents include two reports by G. F. Matthews GREAT ACADIAN
PARADOXIDES (pp. 388-389) and KIN OF PARADOXIDES (OLENELLUS?) KJERULFI

(pp. 390-392); L. F. Gratacap EOZOONAL ROCK OF MANHATTEN ISLAND (pp.
374-378), G. H. Stone TERMINAL MORAINES OF MAINE (pp. 378-385) and more.
                                    Price: $25.00                                  (stock#AJS1887MAY)

 

JUNE 

Dana J. D. 1887 HISTORY OF CHANGES IN THE MT. LOA CRATERS ON HAWAII
pp. 433-452, one plate, in American Journal of Science, June 1887
issue. Other contents diverse with A. C. Lawson GEOLOGY OF THE RAINY
LAKE REGION WITH REMARKS ON THE CLASSIFICATION OF THE CRYSTALLINE ROCKS
WEST OF LAKE SUPERIOR
(pp. 473-479), good content on meteorites including
Kunz G. F. METEORIC IRON WHICH FELL NEAR CABIN CREEK, JOHNSON COUNTY
ARKANSAS, MARCH 27TH, 1886
(pp. 494-500) and J. E. Whitfield THE JOHNSON
COUNTY ARKANSAS AND ALLEN COUNTY KENTUCKY METEORITES
(pp. 500-501) and
more.                                                     Price: $15.00                        (stock#AJS1887June)

 

JULY 

Stevenson J. J. 1887 NOTES ON THE LOWER CARBONIFEROUS GROUPS ALONG THE
EASTERLY SIDE OF THE APPALACHIAN AREA IN PENNSYLVANIA AND THE VIRGINIAS

pp. 37-44 in American Journal of Science, July 1887 issue. Other contents
include O. P. Hay ON THE MANNER OF DEPOSITS OF GLACIAL DRIFT (pp. 52-58),
DISCOVERY OF ADDITIONAL FOSSILIFEROUS POTSDAM STRATA AND PRE-POSTDAM
STRATA OF THE OLENELLUS GROUP NEAR POUGHKEEPSIE N. Y.
(pp. 27-32), and
more.                                          Price: $10.00                                 (stock#AJSJuly1887)

 

AUGUST 

Dana J. D. 1887 HISTORY OF THE CHANGES IN THE MT. LOA CRATERS PART 1:
KILAUEA
in American Journal of Science, pp. 81-97, August 1886 issue.
Other contents diverse and include F. W. Clarke STUDIES IN THE MICA
GROUP
(pp. 131-137); G. H. Williams SERPENTINE (PERIDOTITE) OCCURRING
IN THE ONONDAGA SALT-GROUP AT SYRACUSE N. Y.
(pp. 137-145), and more.
                                                 Price: $15.00                               (stock#AJS1887Aug)

 

 

1888

 


FEBRUARY 

 

McGee W. J. 1888 THREE FORMATIONS OF THE MIDDLE ATLANTIC SLOPE in American Journal of
Science, February 1888 issue, pp. 120-143, and names and describes for the first time
the lower Cretaceous Potomac Formation. Other contents diverse and include W. B. Clark
NEW AMMONITE WHICH THROWS ADDITIONAL LIGHT UPON THE GEOLOGICAL POSITION
OF THE ALPINE RHAETIC
(pp. 118-120), and more. Overall light wear, very good though there is
an oder from age or long storage (not musty though).     Price: $20.00            (stock#AJS1888Feb)

 

MARCH 

Walcott C. D. 1888 THE TACONIC SYSTEM OF EMMONS AND THE USE OF THE NAME TACONIC
IN GEOLOGIC NOMENCLATURE
pp. 229-242, 9 figures, in American Journal of Science, March
1888 issue. One of the classic reports on the Taconic orogeny, and offered here complete in
the three (3) issues of the American Journal of Science in which it was originally
published. Part 2 of Walcott’s Taconic report is contained the April, 1888 issue (pp.
307-327, 1 plate), and concluded with Part 3 in the May, 1888 issue (pp. 394-400).
Other
contents in the three AJS issues diverse and include several chapters of J. D. Dana HISTORY
OF THE CHANGES IN THE MT. LOA
CRATERS (pp. 213-228; 282-289, with 2 plates), and more.
Overall light wear, rear wrap detached on one issue, wrap corner folded on another issue
with chips to wraps on all but mostly along paper spine covers. There is an odor from age
or long storage (not musty though).       Price: $35.00           (stock#AJS1888March-Mayx3)

 

JUNE 

Biddle H. J. 1888 NOTES ON THE SURFACE GEOLOGY OF SOUTHERN OREGON pp. 475-483 in
American Journal of Science June 1888 issue. Other contents include Clarke F. W.
SOME NICKEL ORES FROM OREGON
(pp. 483-487), and more. Scarce.
                                                                        Price: $15.00                        (stock#AJS1888June)

 

JULY 

Brigham T. and Alexander J. M. 1888 SUMMIT CRATER OF MT. LOA IN 1880 AND 1885, pp. 33-
39 in American Journal of Science, July 1888 issue. Also includes a chapter from J. D. Dana’s
serial report HISTORY OF THE CHANGES IN THE MT. LOA CRATERS
(pp. 14-32, with 3 plates,
2 of which are maps), Dodge W. W. SOME LOCALITIES OF POST-TERTIARY AND TERTIARY
FOSSILS IN MASSACHUSETTS
(pp. 56-57), and more. Overall light wear, minor chip to spine
wrap though here is an odor from age or long storage (not musty though).  
                                                               Price: $20.00                                 (stock#AJS1888July)

 

AUGUST 

Ward L. F. 1888 EVIDENCE OF THE FOSSIL PLANTS AS TO THE AGE OF THE POTOMAC
FORMATION pp. 119-130, in American Journal of Science, August 1888 issue. Other contents
diverse and include a chapter from J. D. Dana’s extended serial publication HISTORY OF THE
CHANGES IN THE MT. LOA CRATERS PT. 2. ON MOKNAWEOWEO
(pp. 81-112) and more.
Overall light ear, minor chip to spine wrap though there is an odor from age or long storage
not musty though).                                   Price: $20.00                            (stock#AJS1888Aug)

 

SEPTEMBER 

Walcott C. D. 1888 CAMBRIAN FOSSILS FROM MOUNT STEPHENS NORTHWEST TERRITORY OF
CANADA pp. 161-167 in American Journal of Science September, 1888 issue. Other contents diverse
and include include a chapter from J. D. Dana’s extended serial publication HISTORY OF THE
CHANGES IN THE MT. LOA CRATERS – RELATIONS OF KILAUEA TO MT. LOA AND VESUVIUS

TYPES (pp. 167-175), Iddings J. P. ON THE ORIGIN OF PRIMARY QUARTZ IN BASALT (pp. 208-
221), and more. Overall light wear, minor chip to spine wrap though there is an odor from age or
long storage (not musty though).                    Price: $20.00                          (stock#AJS1888Sept)

 

OCTOBER 

Williams G. H. 1888 THE CONTACT-METAMORPHISM PRODUCED IN THE ADJOINING MICA
SCHISTS AND LIMESTONES BY THE MASSIVE ROCKS OF THE CORTLANDT SERIES NEAR

PEEKSKILL N. Y. pp. 254-259, 1 plate, in American Journal of Science, October 1888 issue. Other
contents diverse and include J. F. Kemp ROSETOWN EXTENSION OF THE CORTLANDT SERIES
(pp. 247-253), and more.                      Price: $15.00                                   (stock#AJS1888Oct)

 

NOVEMBER 

Newberry J. S. 1888 RHAETIC PLANTS FROM HONDURAS in American Journal of Science,
November 1888 issue, pp. 342-351, 1 plate. Other contents diverse and include short
reports on various minerals covered in two separate MINERALOGICAL NOTES, and more.
                                                          Price: $15.00                                    (stock#AJS1888Nov)

  


1889

 

JANUARY 

Dana J. D. 1889 RECENT OBSERVATIONS OF MR. FRANK S. DODGE, OF THE HAWAIIAN
GOVERNMENT SURVEY ON HALEMA'UMA'U AND ITS DEBRIS CONE
pp. 48-51, in American
Journal of Science, January 1889 issue. Other contents diverse and include
NOTES ON MAUNA LOA IN JULY 1888 (pp. 51-54), Van Hise C. R. THE IRON ORES OF
THE PENOKEE GOGEBIC SERIES OF MICHIGAN AND WISCONSIN
(pp. 23-47, one plate),
and more. Chips to wraps, contents very good though there is an oder from age
or improper storage (not mildew though).        
                                                                Price: $15.00                          (stock#AJS1889Jan)

 

MARCH 

Merrill G. P. OPHIOLITE OF THURMAN, WARREN CO. N. Y. pp. 189-192 in American
Journal of Science, March 1889 issue. Other contents diverse, and include
Knowlton F. H. DESCRIPTION OF A PROBLEMATIC ORGANISM FROM THE DEVONIAN AT THE
FALLS OF THE OHIO
(pp. 202-209), Penfield S. L. SOME CURIOUSLY DEVELOPED PYRITE
CRYSTALS FROM FRENCH CREEK, DELAWARE COUNTY PA
(pp. 209-212); Penfield S. L.
CRYSTALLIZED BERTRANDITE FROM STONEHAM ME, AND MT. ANTERO, COLORADO
(pp.
213-216), J. S. Diller MINERALOGICAL NOTES (pp. 216-220) and more. Overall very
good, minor chips to wrap edges, though there is an odor from age or long
torage (not musty though).                         Price: $10.00              (stock#AJS1889March)

 

MAY 

Weed W. H. 1889 FORMATION OF SILICEOUS SCINTER BY THE VEGITATION OF THERMAL
SPRINGS
in American Journal of Science May 1889 issue, pp. 351-359, and on
Yellowstone National Park hot springs. Other contents diverse and include
Walcott’s classic report STRATIGRAPHIC POSITION OF THE OLENELLUS FAUNA IN NORTH
AMERICA AND EUROPE
(pp. 384-392); Upham W. MARINE SHELLS AND FRAGMENTS OF SHELLS
IN THE TILL NEAR BOSTON
(pp. 359-372), and more. Overall very good, minor chips
to wrap edges, though there is an odor from age or long storage  (not musty
though).                                     Price: $20.00                                   (stock#AJS1889May)

 

 

SEPTEMBER 

Beecher C. E. 1889 NOTE ON THE FOSSIL SPIDER ARTHROLYCOSA ANTIQUA HARGER in
American Journal of Science, pp. 219-223, 2 figures, September 1889 issue
and redescribes one of the Mazon Creek spiders.  On contents diverse and
include Lea, M. C. PROPERTIES OF ALLOTROPIC SILVER (pp. 237-241), and RING
SYSTEMS AND OTHER CURVES PRODUCED ON ALLOTROPIC SILVER BY IODINE
(pp. 241-
242), and more. Overall very good, minor chips to wrap edges, though there
is an odor from age or long storage (not musty though).                 
                                                    Price: $15.00                               (stock#AJS1889Sept)

 

OCTOBER 

Le Conte J. 1889 ORIGIN OF NORMAL FAULTS AND OF THE STRUCTURE OF THE BASIN
REGION
in American Journal of Science, pp. 257-264, October, 1889 issue. Other
contents diverse and include Eldridge G. H. SOME SUGGESTIONS UPON THE METHOD
OF GROUPING THE FORMATIONS OF THE MIDDLE CRETACEOUS AND THE EMPLOYMENT
OF AN ADDITIONAL TERM IN ITS NOMENCLATURE
(pp. 313-322) in which the Montana
Group is first introduced as a formal stratigraphic term, and more. Overall
very good, minor chips to wrap edges, though there is an odor from age or
long storage (not musty though).              Price: $10.00                      (stock#AJS1889Oct)

 

NOVEMBER 

Hovey E. O. 1889 OBSERVATIONS ON SOME OF THE TRAP RIDGES OF THE EAST HAVEN-
BRANFORD REGION WITH A MAP
in American Journal of Science, November 1889 issue
pp. 361-384, and folding map. One of the more important and overlooked reports
on Hartford basin geology which mapped in detail the confusion of diabase dike
outcrops of the Fair Haven swarm, extrusive basalts and separating outcrops in
and adjacent to what would be erroneously referred to later as the “Gallaird
Graben”. Scarce. Overall very good, minor chips to wrap edges, though there is
an odor from age or long storage (not musty though).          
                                                             Price: $25.00                      (stock#AJS1889Nov)
 

1895

APRIL

 
Taylor F. B. NIAGARA AND THE GREAT LAKES in American Journal of Science, April
1895 issue, pp. 249-271. Other contents diverse and include R. C. Chalmers GLACIAL
LAKE ST. LAWRENCE OF PROFESSER WARREN UPHAM
(pp. 273-275), W. Upham EPOCHS AND
STAGES OF THE GLACIAL PERIOD
(pp. 305-307), C. E. Beecher STRUCTURE AND APPENDAGES
OF TRINUCLEUS
(pp. 307-311, 1 plate) and more. A scarce collection of classic
Glacial Geology articles on the northeast United States. Overall good copy,
light wear.                                           Price: $15.00                               (stock#AJS1895April)

 

MAY 

Turner H. W. 1895 FURTHER NOTES ON THE GOLD ORES OF CALIFORNIA in American Journal
of Science, May 1895 issue, pp. 374-380. Other contents diverse and include James
D. Dana's obituary with portrait. Some wear, front wrap loose and chipped, contents
good.                                                           Price: $15.00                         (stock#AJS1895May)

 

 

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