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Complete USGS Annual Reports

3
rd Annual Report / 1883, cl, 564 pages, 35 plates, 32 additional plates of paleontologic specimens, 56 figs., small spots on front board, slight wear to corners of boards and top and bottom of spine, ovg, $ 175; Contents include: Bird with Teeth; The Copper-Bearing Rocks of Lake Superior; Sketch of the Geological History of Lake Lahontan; Abstract of the Report on the Geology of the Eureka District; Preliminary Report on the Terminal Moraine of the Second Glacial Epoch; A Review of the Non-Marine Fossil Mollusca of North America

4th Annual Report / 1883, 462 pages, cl, 85 plates, 15 figs., $ 125 - Contents include: Hawaiian Volcanoes; Abstract on the mining geology of the Eureka District, Nevada, popular fallacies regarding the precious metal ore deposits; Popular fallacies regarding the precious metal ore deposits; A Review of the Fossil Ostreidae of North America, complete original binding

5th Annual Report / 1885, 469 pages, 58 plates (3 in pocket), 143 figs., $ 95 - The Topographic Features of Lake Shores; The Requisite and Qualifying conditions of artesian wells; Preliminary Paper on an Investigation of the Archean Formations of the Northwest States; The Gigantic Mammals of the Order Dinocerata; Existing Glaciers of the United States; Sketch of Paleobotany

5th Annual Report / 1885, 469 pages, 58 plates (3 in pocket), 143 figs., crack on spine through lettering, ovg, $ 75 - The Topographic Features of Lake Shores; The Requisite and Qualifying conditions of artesian wells; Preliminary Paper on an Investigation of the Archean Formations of the Northwest States; The Gigantic Mammals of the Order Dinocerata; Existing Glaciers of the United States; Sketch of Paleobotany

6th Annual Report / 1885, 570 pages, cl, original cloth, 65 plates (1 in pocket), 57 figs., $ 85; includes: Report of the Director, Mount Taylor and the Zuni Plateau, Driftless area of the upper Mississippi Valley, Quantitative Deterimation of silver by means of a microscope, Seacoast swamps of the eastern United States, and Synopsis of the flora of the Laramie group

7th Annual Report / 1888, 656 pages, cl, original cloth, 71 plates (2 in pocket), 114 figs., $ 85; includes: The Rock Scorings of the Great Ice Invasion; Obsidian Cliff, Yellowstone National Park; Report on the Geology of Martha’s Vineyard; On the Classification of the Early Cambrian and Precambrian Formations; The Structure of the Triassic Formation of the Connecticut Valley; Salt-making Processes in the United States; The Geology of the Head of Chesapeake Bay

8th Annual Report, Part I / 1889, 473 pages, index, 77 plates, 45 figures, original cloth, $ 85; contents include: Report of the Director; Quaternary History of Mono Valley, California; Geology of Lassen Peak District, California; The fossil butterflies of Florissant, Colorado

8th Annual Report, Part I / another copy same as above but this copy is a House Document with more wear especially along the edges of the boards, $ 40

8th Annual Report, Part II / 1889, cl, 1063 pages, $ 85; PAPERS OF A THEORETICAL NATURE: The Trenton Limestone as a source of petroleum and inflammable gas in Ohio and Indiana; The geographical distribution of fossil plants; summary of the geology of the Quicksilver Deposits of the Pacific Slope; The geology of the Island of Mount Desert, Maine

10th Annual Report, Part I / 1889, 774 pages, cl, original hardbound, $ 155; Some repair to spine of text, one small chip on edge of spine, ovg, 98 plates, 69 figs., contents include: General account of the fresh-water mosasses of the United States; the Penokee Iron-Bearing Series of Michigan and Wisconsin; the Fauna of the Lower Cambrian or Olenellus Zone [This volume contains some of the finest of the early Trilobite drawings]

11th Annual Report, Part I / 1891, 757 pages, $ 40; Contents include: Report of Director; Pleistocene History of Northeast Iowa; The Natural Gas Field of Indiana; index

12th Annual Report, Part I / 1891, Geologic Report, 675 pages, 6 plates (in pocket), slight spotting and wear to boards, ovg, $ $65; contents of volume include: Origin and nature of soils; the Lafayette Formation; North America during Cambrian

13th Annual Report, Part II - GEOLOGY / 1893, 372 pages, 107 plates (1 in pocket), 41 figs., Contents include: 2nd Expedition to Mount Elias; The Mechanics of Appalachian Structure; The average elevation of the United States; The Rensselaer Grit Plateau in New York; The American Tertiary Aphidae, slight wrinkling and discoloration to front board, ovg

16th Annual Report, Part I / 1895, 910 pages, 117 plates (one in pocket), 16 figs., - Contents include: Dinosaurs of North America, Some analogies in the lower Cretaceous of Europe and America, Principles of Pre-Cambrian North American Geology, slight discoloration of spine, small chips on front cover, $ 275

16th Annual Report, Part II - PAPERS ON AN ECONOMIC NATURE / 1895, 598 pages, cl, 42 plates (2 plates in pocket), 65 figs., bound in an Interior Department Binding, instead of the usual USGS Annual Report Binding, same contents, $ 175; contents of volume include: Geology and mining industries of the Cripple Creek District, Colorado; Geological reconnaissance across Idaho; economic geology of the Mercur Mining District, Utah

16th Annual Report, Part II - PAPERS ON AN ECONOMIC NATURE / 1895, 598 pages, cl, 42 plates (2 plates in pocket), 65 figs., slight wear on cover, $ 225; contents of volume include: Geology and mining industries of the Cripple Creek District, Color
ado; Geological reconnaissance across Idaho; economic geology of the Mercur Mining District, Utah

17th Annual Report, Part I / 1896, cl, $ 75, 1076 pages, $ 75; contents include: Report of the Director; Magnetic Declination; Geological Reconnaissance of NW Oregon; Further Contributions to the geology of the Sierra Nevada; Report on coal and lignite of Alaska; The uintaite (gilsonite) deposits of Utah; glacial brick clays of Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts; the faunal relations of the Eocene and Upper Cretaceous on the Pacific Coast

17th Annual Report, Part II / 1896, cl, slight wrinkle on spine, ovg, $ 200; contents of the volume include: Gold quartz veins of Nevada City and Grass Valley Districts, California; Geology of Silver Cliff and the Rosita Hills, Colorado; the mines of Custer County, Colorado; Geologic section along the New and Janawha River in West Virginia; The Tennessee Phosphates; The underground water of the Arkansas Valley in eastern Colorado; Preliminary report on the artesian waters of a portion of the Dakotas; The water resources of Illinois

17th Annual Report, Part III / 1896, cl, $ 75; contents of the volume include: Mineral Resources of the United States, 1895, Metallic Products and Coal: Iron Ores, Iron and Steel Industries, Gold and Silver, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Quicksilver, Manganese, Tin, Aluminum, Nickel and Cobalt, Coke, Petroleum, Natural Gas, Asphaltum, Stone, Soapstone, Clay, Cement, Precious Stones, Abrasive materials, Phosphate rock, Gypsum, Salt, Fluorspar and Cryolite, Mica, Asbestos, Graphite, Mineral Paints, Mineral Waters

18th Annual Report, Part I / 1897, Director’s Report, Including Triangulation and Spirit Leveling, 1897, cl, 440 pages, 440 pages, slight spotting on cover, shelf wear, ovg, $ 15

18th Annual Report, Part II  / 1898, Papers Chiefly of a Theoretical Nature / 1898, cl, contents vg, $ 60; contents of volume include: The Triassic Formation of Connecticut; geology of the Edwards Plateau and Rio Grande plain adjacent to Austin and San
Antonio, Texas, with reference to the occurrence of underground waters; glaciers of Mount Ranier; a geological sketch of San Clemente island; geology of the Cape Cod District; Recent earth movement in the Great Lakes Region, slight wear, small spot on cover, ovg

18th Annual Report, Part III / 1897, cl, 861 pages, 118 plates (6 in pocket), 74 figs., $ 225; contents include: Reconnaissance of the Gold Fields of Southern Alaska, with some notes on general geology; Geology of the Yukon Gold District, Alaska; Some Coal Fields of Puget Sound; Geology and Mineral Resources of the Judith Mountains of Montana; The Mining Districts of the Idaho Basin and the Boise Range, Idaho, with a report on the fossil plants of the Payette Formation; Preliminary Report on the Mining Industries of the Telluride Quadrangle, Colorado

18th Annual Report, Part V / 1897, cl, $ 65; original binding, end plates replaced, wear to top of front hinge, small chips on spine, ovg, Mineral Resources of the United States, 1896, Metallic Products and Coal

19th Annual Report, Part I / 1898, cl, 422 pages, 2 plates (in pocket), $ 25 - DIRECTOR’S REPORT, INCLUDING TRIANGULATION AND SPIRIT LEVELING, $ 25

19th Annual Report, Part II / 1899, cl, 958 pages, 16 plates 53 figs., $ 40 - PAPERS CHIEFLY OF A THEORETICAL NATURE: Physiography of the Chattanooga District, Tennessee; Principles and conditions of the movements of ground water; Theoretical investigation of the motion of ground waters; Geology of the Richmond Basin, Virginia; Cretaceous Formation of the Black Hills as indicated by the fossil plants,water staining to edges of pages in the plate section of the book which resulted in the page edges sticking together; they have been separated with only slight tearing along edges and bottom right corners of pages; only the last plate was damaged with major scarring of the plate and page edges, front end-plate was replaced, ovg

19th Annual Report, Part III / 1898, cl, 785 pages, 99 plates (3 in pocket), 92 figs., $ 175; contents of volume include: Crystal Falls Iron-Bearing District of Michigan; The Slate Belt of eastern New York and Western Vermont; The Coos Bay Coal Field, Oregon; The Titaniferous Iron Ores of the Adirondacks; Geology of the McAlester-Lehigh Coal Plants from that Field; Geology and Mining Industry of the Tintic District, Utah

20th Annual Report, Part VII / 1899, cl, 5 plates in pocket, contents vg, $ 150, Reconnaissance in the Susitna Basin and adjacent, Reconnaissance in SW Alaska, Reconnaissance in Resurrection Bay to the Tanana River, Reconnaissance of a part of Prince William Sound & the Copper River District, Reconnaissance in the White and Tanana River basins

21st Annual Report, Part I / 1900, 608 pages, cl, original binding, large chip on spine, water staining on top and bottom of front end-plate (does not penetrate into the text), 3 plates, 1 figure, $ 28, contents include: Director’s Report including Triangulation, Primary Traverse, and Spirit Leveling; Reports from various Divisions

21st Annual Report, Part I / 1900, 608 pages, cl, original binding, large chip on spine, no water staining, 3 plates, 1 figure, $ 40, contents include: Director’s Report including Triangulation, Primary Traverse, and Spirit Leveling; Reports from various Divisions

21st Annual Report, Part III / 1901, cl, light colored spotting on spine and front cover, contents good, 17 plates (1 pocket plate), 59 figs., $ 50; Newark System of the Pomperaug Valley Connecticut; The Laccoliths of the Black Hills; The Iron-ore Deposits of the Lake Superior Region; Arkansas Bauxite Deposits; Tennessee White Phosphate; Report on the Geology of the Philippine Islands

22nd Annual Report, Part I / 1901, 464 pages, cl, $ 40; contents include a Director’s Report, Asphalt & Bituminous Rock Deposits of the United States

22nd Annual Report, Part IV / 1902, 690 pages, cl, $ 45; contents of volume include: Report of progress of stream measurements for the calendar year 1900, hydrography of the American isthmus, the High Plains and their utilization, index of volume

26th Annual Report / 1905, Geologic and Paleontologic summary, Summary of Geologic and Topographic work in Alaska, Topographic and Hydrologic Work in the United States during 1905, Reclamation projects in the Western U.S., pb, $ 30

Individual Sections of USGS Annual Reports

3rd Annual Report; 1884, each section mounted in an afb

b
: BIRDS WITH TEETH, pages 45 - 88, $ 40

c: THE COPPER BEARING ROCKS OF LAKE SUPERIOR, pages 89 - 188, $ 75

d: SKETCH OF THE GEOLOGIC HISTORY OF LAKE LAHONTAN, pages 189 - 235, $ 35

e: ABSTRACT OF REPORT ON THE GEOLOGY OF THE EUREKA DISTRICT, pages 89 - 188, $ 65

f: PRELIMINARY PAPER ON THE TERMINAL MORAINE, pages 237 - 290, $ 45

6th Annual Report; 1895, each section mounted in an afb unless specified otherwise

d: QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF SILVER BY MEANS OF THE MICROSCOPE, pages 323 - 352, $ 15

e: SEACOAST SWAMPS OF THE EASTERN UNITED STATES, pages 353 - 398, $ 15

f: SYNOPSIS OF FLORA OF THE LARAMIE GROUP & INDEX TO THE 6TH ANNUAL REPT., pages 399-570, cl[3], $ 85


7th Annual Report; 1888, each section mounted in an afb

b: THE ROCK SCORINGS OF THE GREAT ICE INVASIONS, pages 147 - 248, $ 30

c: OBSIDIAN CLIFF, YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, pages 249 - 295, $ 25

d: REPORT ON THE GEOLOGY OF MARTHA’S VINEYARD, pages 297 - 363, $ 35

e: ON THE CLASSIFICATION OF THE EARLY CAMBRIAN AND PRE-CAMBRIAN, pages 365 - 454, $ 18

f,g: THE STRUCTURE OF THE TRIASSIC FORMATION OF THE CONNECTICUT VALLEY; SALT MAKING PROCESS, pages 455 - 646, $ 18

h. THE GEOLOGY OF THE HEAD OF CHESAPEAKE BAY, pages 647 - 656, $ 18


8th Annual Report, Part I; 1889, each section mounted in an afb unless specified otherwise

b: QUATERNARY HISTORY OF MONO VALLEY, CALIFORNIA, pages 258 - 394, $ 20

d: THE FOSSIL BUTTERFLIES OF FLORISSANT, pages 433 - 474, $ 35


13th Annual Report, Part I, 1894, each section mounted in an afb unless specified otherwise

c: THE MECHANICS OF APPALACHIAN STRUCTURE, pages 211 - 274, 2 figs., plates XLVI -XCVI, afb, $ 45

14th Annual Report, Part II; 1894, each section mounted in an afb unless specified otherwise

d: THE LACCOLITHIC MOUNTAIN GROUPS OF COLORADO, UTAH, AND ARIZONA, pages 157 - 241, 10 plates, 19 figs, $ 25

15th Annual Report; 1895, each section mounted in an afb unless specified otherwise

b: THE POTOMAC FORMATION, pages 307 - 398, $ 10

e: PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE MARQUETTE IRON-BEARING DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN, afb, pages 477 - 650, 14 plates, 12 figs., $ 65

f: THE GENERAL RELATIONS OF THE GRANITIC ROCKS IN THE MIDDLE ATLANTIC PIEDMONT PLATEAU, afb, pages 651 - 684, 22 plates, 9 figs., <and> part g. THE ORIGIN AND RELATIONS OF CENTRAL MARYLAND GRANITES, pages 685 - 755, 13 plates, index to volume, $ 46


16th Annual Report, Part I; 1895, each section mounted in an afb unless specified otherwise

1d. SOME ANALOGIES IN THE LOWER CRETACEOUS OF EUROPE AND AMERICA, pp. 467 - 540, 11 plates, 3 figs., $ 20

I: e. STRUCTURAL DETAILS IN THE GREEN MOUNTAIN REGION AND IN EASTERN NEW YORK, pp. 534 - 570, 30 figs. <and> f. NORTH AMERICAN PRECAMBRIAN GEOLOGY, pages 571 - 874, 10 plates, 69 figs., $ 28

I f: NORTH AMERICAN PRECAMBRIAN GEOLOGY, pages 571 - 874, 10 plates, 69 figs., $ 30

16th Annual Report, Part II; 1895, bound as indicated

II a. INTRODUCTION TO ENTIRE VOLUME AND THE GEOLOGY AND MINING INDUSTRIES OF THE CRIPPLE CREEK DISTRICT, COLORADO, afb, includes the loose plate of the Cripple Creek District, pages 1 - 209, $ 100

II b. A GEOLOGICAL RECONNAISSANCE ACROSS IDAHO, afb, pages 211 - 276, $ 30

II c. THE GEOLOGY OF THE ROAD-BUILDING STONES OF MASSACHUSETTS, WITH SOME CONSIDERATION OF SIMILAR MATERIALS FROM OTHER PARTS OF THE UNITED STATES, afb, pages 277- 341, $ 30

II d. ECONOMIC GEOLOGY OF THE MERCUR DISTRICT, UTAH, afb, pages 343 - 455, 10 plates, 6 figs., $ 75

II f. WATER RESOURCES OF A PORTION OF THE GREAT PLAINS, afb, pages 535 - 588, $ 30

16th Annual Report, Part III; 1895, bound as indicated


BAUXITE section, pb, $ 15

17th Annual Report, Part II; 1896, bound as indicated

II f. UNDERGROUND WATER OF THE ARKANSAS VALLEY IN EASTERN COLORADO, pb, 51 pages, $ 25

18th Annual Report, Part III; 1897, sections bound as indicated

III a: RECONNAISSANCE, GOLD FIELDS OF SOUTHERN ALASKA, pb, pages 1 - 86, $ 50

III a: RECONNAISSANCE, GOLD FIELDS OF SOUTHERN ALASKA, afb, pages 1 - 86, $ 75

III a: RECONNAISSANCE, GOLD FIELDS OF SOUTHERN ALASKA, cl[2], pages 1 - 86, $ 100

III b: GEOLOGY OF THE YUKON GOLD DISTRICT, ALASKA, afb, 392 pages, 392 pages, afb, 20 plates (two pocket plates replaced with 3 jpeg images on CD, 19 figs., $ 90

III c: SOME COAL FIELDS OF PUGET SOUND, pages 393 - 436, 15 of 17 plates 6 figs., $ 40

III d: GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF THE JUDITH MOUNTAINS, MONTANA, pb, pages 437 - 616, 18 plates, 25 figs., $ 50

III d: another copy of the above, but bound in an afb, $ 75

III e: MINING DISTRICTS OF IDAHO BASIN AND BOISE RIDGE, IDAHO, afb, pages 617 - 719, 15 of 16 plates (1 pocket plate missing), 11 figs., $ 75

III f: PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE MINING INDUSTRIES OF THE TELLURIDE QUADRANGLE, COLORADO, bound, pages 745 - 848, one plate, $ 75

19th Annual Report, II; 1899, sections bound as indicated

II a: PHYSIOGRAPHY OF THE CHATTANOOGA DISTRICT, TENNESSEE, GEORGIA, AND ALABAMA, afb, pages 1 - 58, 5 plates, 1 figure, $ 35

II b/c: PRINCIPLES AND CONDITIONS OF THE MOVEMENT OF GROUND WATER, afb, pages 59 - 294, 11 plates, 53 figs., <and> THEORETICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE MOTION OF GROUND WATERS, pages 295 - 384, 10 tables, $ 65

II d: GEOLOGY OF THE RICHMOND BASIN, VIRGINIA, afb, pages 385 - 519, 35 plates, 27 figs., $ 65

II e: THE CRETACEOUS FORMATION OF THE BLACK HILLS AS INDICATED BY FOSSIL PLANTS and index for entire volume, cl, pages 521 - 957, 99 plates, 6 figs., mint condition, $ 100

19th Annual Report, III; 1899, sections bound as indicated

I
II a: THE CRYSTAL FALLS IRON-BEARING DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN with a chapter on the Sturgeon River Tongue and introduction by C. R. Van Hise, afb, pages 1 - 151, 11 plates, plate 2 (the pocket plate) has been replaced with a CD containing 5 jpegs, $ 75

III c: THE COOS BAY COAL FIELD, OREGON, afb, pages 309 - 376, 13 plates, 60 figs., $ 56

III d: THE TITANIFEROUS ORES OF THE ADIRONDACKS, afb, pages 377 - 422, 9 plates, $ 35

III e: GEOLOGY OF THE McALESTER-LEHIGH COAL FIELD, INDIAN TERRITORY accompanied by a report on the fossil plants and a report on the Paleozoic invertebrate fossils, afb, pages 425 - 593, 7 of 9 plates (2 pocket plates missing), 4 figs., $ 52


20th Annual Report, Part III; 1899, sections bound as indicated

III a: THE BOHEMIA MINING REGION OF WESTERN OREGON, afb, pages 1 - 52, includes a report on the fossil plants associated with the lavas of the Cascade Region, $40

III c: GEOLOGY OF THE LITTLE BELT MOUNTAINS, MONTANA, cl[2], pages 257 - 580 of the Annual Report, 77 plates, 79 figures, $ 175


21st Annual Report, Part II; 1900, sections bound as indicated

II a: GEOLOGY OF THE RICO MOUNTAINS, pages 7 - 165, cl[2], newly rebound, plate in pocket, $ 85

21st Annual Report, Part III; 1900, sections bound as indicated

III c:  THE IRON ORE DEPOSITS OF THE LAKE SUPERIOR REGION, pages 305 - 434, pb, 12 plates (1 in pocket), $ 85

21st Annual Report, Part IV; 1901, sections bound as indicated

IV a: REPORT OF PROGRESS OF STREAM MEASUREMENTS FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 1899, afb, pages 1 - 488, 58 plates, 271 figs., $ 40

IV b: PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION OF THE GEOLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES OF THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE BLACK HILLS AND ADJOINING REGIONS OF SOUTH DAKOTA AND WYOMING, afb, pages 489 - 599, 55 plates (1 in pocket), 28 figs., $ 60

IV c: THE HIGH PLAINS AND THEIR UTILIZATION, afb, index to entire volume IV, pages 601 - 768, 44 plates, 30 figs., $ 28

22nd Annual Report, Part I; 1901, sections bound as indicated

I k. COAL FIELDS OF THE PACIFIC COAST, afb, 475 - 513, $ 30

22nd Annual Report, Part II; 1901, sections bound as indicated

II a. THE OLD TUNGSTEN MINE AT TRUMBALL, CONNECTICUT, afb, pages 7 - 22, 5 plates, 1 figure, $ 20

II c. THE ORE DEPOSITS OF THE RICO MOUNTAINS, COLORADO, pb, pages 229 - 397, 16 plates (1 in pocket), 33 figs., $ 100

II d. GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE ELKHORN MINING DISTRICT, MONTANA, pb, pages 399 - 549, 21 plates, 7 figs., $ 100

II e. THE GOLD BELT OF THE BLUE MOUNTAINS OF OREGON, afb, pages 551 - 776, 16 plates, 10 figs., $ 100


II f. THE ORE DEPOSITS OF MONTE CRISTO, WASHINGTON, afb, pages 777 - 888, 3 plates, 142 figs., $ 85

22nd Annual Report, Part III; 1901, sections bound as indicated

III b. PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE LEAD AND ZINC DEPOSITS OF THE OZARK REGION, 1901, pages 23 - 227, 20 plates (1 in pocket), 37 figs., $ 75


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