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Author United States. Congress. House.

Title Bulletins of the United States Geological Survey Nos. 55-61. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1890


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 616 p. : color maps, illustrations, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 2791
Mis. doc. / 51st Congress, 1st session. House ; no. 244
Mis. doc. (United States. Congress. House) ; 51st Congress, no. 244
Notes Publication contains discontinuous pagination.
Publication contains Bulletins Nos. 55-61.
Report of work done in the Division of Chemistry and Physics mainly during the fiscal year 1886-'87, [by] Frank Wigglesworth Clarke, Chief Chemist, follows three pages after p. IV.
Studies in the mica groups, by F.W. Clarke, p. 13.
The analysis and composition of tourmaline, by R.B. Riggs, p. 19.
Notes on certain rare copper minerals from Utah, by W.F. Hillebrand and H.S. Washington, p. 38.
Mineralogical notes, by W.F. Hillebrand, p. 48.
Analyses of some natural borates and borosilicates, by J. Edward Whitfield, p. 56.
On the Johnson County, Ark., and Allen County, Ky., meteorites, by J. Edward Whitfield, p. 63.
Scorodite from the Yellowstone Park, by J. Edward Whitfield, p. 65.
Flow of solids, or the behavior of solids under high pressure, by William Hallock, p. 67.
Fossil wood and lignite of the Potomac formation, by Frank Hall Knowlton, follows eight pages after p. 96.
A geological reconnaissance in southwestern Kansas, by Robert Hay, follows nine pages after p. 72.
The glacial boundary in western Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and Illinois, by George Frederick Wright, with an introduction by Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin, follows eight pages after p. 49.
The gabbros and associated rocks in Delaware, by Frederick D. Chester, follows eight pages after p. 112.
Report of work done in the Division of Chemistry and Physics mainly during the fiscal year 1887-'88, [by] F.W. Clarke, Chief Chemist, follows eight pages after p. 45.
Some nickel ores from Oregon, by F.W. Clarke, p. 21.
Natural soda: its occurrence and utilization, by Thomas Marean Chatard, p. 27.
Analyses of six new meteorites, by J.E. Whitfield, p. 103.
Two sulphantimonites from Colorado, By L.G. Eakins, p. 115.
Coefficients of volatility for aqueous chlorhydric acid, by Robert B. Warder, p. 119.
Analyses of jade, by F.W. Clarke, p. 123.
Mineralogical notes, by F.W. Clarke, p. 129.
The subsidence of fine solid particles in liquids, second paper, by Carl Barus, p. 139.
A new method of making alloys, by William Hallock, p. 147.
Contributions to the mineralogy of the Pacific coast, by William Harlow Melville and Waldemar Lindgren, follows eight pages after p. 174.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Chester, Vt.: NewsBank, inc., 2006. Available via the World Wide Web. Access restricted to Readex U.S. Congressional Serial Set subscribers.
Usage Terms Copyright 2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved.
Other author Barus, Carl.
Chamberlin, Thomas C., (Thomas Chrowder)
Chatard, Thomas Marean.
Chester, Frederick D.
Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth.
Eakins, L.G.
Hallock, William.
Hay, Robert.
Hillebrand, W.F., (William Francis)
Knowlton, Frank Hall.
Lindgren, Waldemar.
Melville, William Harlow.
Riggs, R.B.
Warder, Robert B.
Washington, Henry Stephens.
Whitfield, James Edward.
Wright, George Frederick.
United States. Geological Survey.
Subject Chemical research.
Coasts and coastlines.
Meteors and meteorites.
Mineralogical research.
Sodium carbonate.
Executive Department Publications.