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AUTHOR INDEX TO BIBLIOGRAPHY

[The arabic numbers refer to items, not to pages]

.90, 126

ences

13

Abert, J. J........
13 Johnson, E. F.....

125 Agassiz, Alexander

37 King, Clarence

2, 26, 133 American institute of mining Leland, W. G....

99 engineers 102 McCord, J. V..

130 Atkins, J. D. C.....

79 Marcou, Jules Baker, Marcus

106
Marsh, O. C.....

91, 92, 126 Branner, J. C.. 107, 148 Merrill, G. P.

14 Brown, C. 0..

80
Mitchell, H. C....

127 Brown, W. N.

108

Morse, H. S.. Burchard, E. F.

129 109

National academy of SciByrd, R. H..

ΙΙο

.20, 30, 91-93 Chapman, R. H.

III Clarke, F. W..

Newell, F. H. .81, 112

131

Norton, W. H. Claudy, C. H... 113

132 Dall, W. H....

Packard, A. S... 153

133 Dana, J. D.

Parker, E. W... 114

94 Everhart, Elfrida

82

Powell, J. W., 2, 16, 17, 19Featherstonehaugh, G. W..

21, 37, 39, 52, 89, 95, 106, 153 Fuller, M. L...,

84
Prime, Frederick

I Gannett, Henry 72

81

Ramsay, Sir William Gilbert, G. K..

Sargent, R. H...

134 Gunn, Richards & Co..

152

Schmeckebier, L. F
Hampson, Thomas

75
Sells, E. W.

52 Haskins, C. W..

52
Singleton, O. R....

96 Hasse, A. R.

9 Smith, George O., 58, 97, 121, Hayden, F. V., 2, 4, 16, 18,

127, 135-142 24, 25, 96 Smith, W. S......

143 Hayes, C. W... .63, 69, 86 United States. Coast and geoHerbert, H. H..

35 detic survey....27, 28, 29, 141 Hewitt, A. S..

87 Commission to consider Hobbs, W. H.

123

the present organizaHollister, G. P.

88

tion of the Signal Hoyt, J. C.....

124

service, etc.... ..37-39 Humphreys, A. A...

Congress. House. ComIndia. Survey of India dept. 36 mittee on agriculture 40 International congress of ap

Committee plied chemistry

81

penditures in InInternational geogra

terior dept....... 41 phic congress

88

Committee on interInternational geological con

state and foreign
gress

89
commerce

42

153

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26

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United States Congress.

House. Committee on
irrigation of arid lands

Committee on mines

and mining ..... 44
Committee on print-

ing ............. 45
Committee on pub-

lic buildings and

grounds ........ 46
Committee on public

lands .........15, 16
Senate. Committee on
the Geological survey 47
Select committee on

methods of busi-

ness, etc. .......
Dept. of the interior, 17,

18, 49
Geographical and geo-

logical survey of the
Rocky mountain re-

gion .............2, 19-21
Geographical surveys

west of the rooth me-

ridian, 2, 3, 22, 23, 31, 33
Geological and geo-

graphical survey of

the territories, 2, 4, 24,

25, 83
Geological exploration

of the fortieth paral-

lel .............2, 26, 33
Geological survey, 5-7,

54-78, 153
Joint commission on

laws organizing exec-

utive departments...50-52
President's commission

on economy and effi-

ciency ........53, 154-156
Superintendent of docu-

ments .............. 8, 9
Treasury dept. ........ 27

War dept. ...........28-33
Van Hise, C. R. ........... 136
Van Tyne, C. H......

........ 99
Walcott, C. D., 100-102, 148,

149, 153
Warman, P. C.............10-12
Waterhouse, J........ ..... 36
Wheeler, G. M...2, 16, 22, 23, 31
Whitney, J. D............. 103
Wigginton, P. D........
Wood, G. M........

104

INDEX

Activities of Survey, 29–72; classi water in, 55; survey of watering
fication of, 105-106.

places on, 56; reclamation of, in
Administrative branch, 73.

states, 66.
Alaska, surveys begun in, 12–13; Army, surveys under auspices of, 1,

square miles mapped in, 37; in-
vestigation of mineral resources, Atomic weights, revision of funda-
43; withdrawal of lands from mental, 48.
entry, 66.

Base maps, of United States, 35; of
Alaskan mineral resources division,

states, 35.
75, 77, 79.

Bench marks, erection of, 32, 37-39.
“Antimony Deposits of Alaska,” 50.

Book publication division, 83.
Appropriations, for geological sur-

Boundary survey, appropriation for,
veys, first, 2; survey of territories,

21.
4; survey of Rocky Mountain

Branch offices of Survey, 84.
region, 4; survey west of one

Bulletins, 40.
hundredth meridian, 5; surveys
in Alaska, 13; procuring statistics

Bureau of Mines, creation of, 25;

investigation made by, 46–47.
in relation to mineral resources,

' Bureau of Standards, investigation
15; operating expenses of Survey,

of structural materials transferred
16; reduction in, for Survey's

to, 26.
work, 19; for boundary surveys,
21; survey of forest reserves, 21; California Miners' Association, hy-
topographic surveys on public draulic mining débris problem in-
lands, 22; stream gaging and re vestigated at request of, 58.
clamation work, 23; analyzing Canals, right-of-way permits for, 65.
and testing fuels, 24, 25; investi Carnegic Geophysical Laboratory,
gating structural materials, 24, present work begun in Geological
25; protection of lives of miners, Survey, 48.
25; investigation of mine explo Cass, General, expedition of 1820, 1.
sions, 25; topographic surveys in Chemical and physical research divi-
connection with the war, 27; in- sion, 78.
vestigation of water resources, Chemistry, research in, 48.
52; survey of watering places on Chief clerk, office of, 73.
arid lands, 56; land classification Coal land law, 60.
work, 64.

Coal lands, withdrawn from entry,
Areal geology sections, 76.

63; systematic classification of, 67.
Arid lands, possibility of reclamation Coastal plain investigations section,

by irrigation, investigation by 76.
Geological Survey, 17-18; im- Coast and Geodetic Survey, survey
portance of sources of ground work of, 6.

[blocks in formation]

Field offices, 79.
Financial statements, 123-131.
Flood prevention, investigation of,

58.
Forest reserves, survey of, 21-22;

administration of, transferred to

Forest Service, 22.
Forest Service, administration of

forest reserves transferred to, 22;
stream-gaging stations maintained

in coöperation with Survey, 52.
Fortieth parallel, surveys of, 3.
Fremont, Captain James, surveys

made by, 2.
Fuels, appropriation for analyzing

and testing, 24, 25.

Hawaii, coöperative agreement with,

for survey of territory, 13; geo-
logic researches made prior to
acquisition by United States, 13;
square miles mapped in, 37; dis-
trict office for supervision of

stream-gaging stations, 80.
Hayden, F. V., survey of territories

made by, 3.
History of Survey, 1-28.
Homestead law, 60; entries per-

mitted under, 65. .
Homesteads, systematic classifica-

tion of enlarged and stock-raising,

68.
Hydraulic mining débris problem,

investigation of, 58.
Hydrographic classification division,

Gas lands, withdrawn from entry,

64; systematic classification of, 67.
General Land Office, surveys under

auspices of, 2.
Geographical surveys, 2-5.

82.

Hydrostatic pressure, disclosed in

survey of ground waters, 55.

Idaho-Montana survey, 21.
Indian reservations, withdrawal of

lands from, 66.
Indian Service, stream-gaging sta-

tions maintained in coöperation

with Survey, 52.
Irrigation, reclamation of arid public

lands, investigation by Geological

Survey, 17-18.
Isthmian Canal Commission, coöp-

erative agreement with, for stud-
ies in Canal Zone, 14.

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King, Clarence, exploration of for.

tieth parallel directed by, 3; direc-
tor of Geological Survey, 9; report
on extension of operations on
national scale, 10-11.

Land classification, 59–71; appro-

priation for work of, 64; legal
provisions applied in, 64; syste-

matic, 67–69; on applications, 70.
Land classification board, 81.
Land classification maps, prepara-

tion of, 22.
Land subdivision surveys, 20.
Laws, text of, 110-122.
Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804–

1806, 1.
Lithographing and engraving plant,

operation of, 71.

Mine-rescue apparatus, examination

of, 25.
Mineral classification division, 82.
Mineral industries, compilation of

information relative to, 49-51.
Mineral land law, 60.
Mineral resources, appropriation for

procuring statistics in relation to,
15; investigation of, 43-45; in-
vestigation of, in Alaska, 43; oil
shales of Green Bay region, 43;
compilation of information rela-

tive to, 49–51.
Mineral resources division, 78.
“Mineral Resources of the United

States," 15, 50.
Minerals, location of, for manufac-

ture of munitions, 28.
Mining technology, work in, 24-25.
Monographs, 40.
Monographs and bulletins, prepara-

tion restricted, 16.
Municipal water supplies, right-of-

way permits, 65.
National Academy of Sciences, rec-

ommendations for establishment
of Geological Survey, 7-8; report
on survey and disposition of public

lands, 61.
National Forest Reservation Com-

mission, lands acquired for pro-
tection of navigable streams se-

lected by, 58.
Navigable streams, acquisition of

lands for protection of, 58.
Oil lands, withdrawn from entry,

64; systematic classifications of,67.
Oil-producing sands, entrance of

water into, 47.
Oil-shale lands, withdrawn from

entry, 64; systematic classifica-

tion of, 68.
Ores, radio-activity of, 48.
Organization of Survey, 73–84; out-

line of, 85–104.
Owen, D. D., surveys made by, 2.

Map editing division, 83.
Massachusetts, coöperation with

Geological Survey in survey of, 12.
Metals section, 79.
Military encampments, examination

of water and drainage in, 28.
Military service, personnel of Geo-

logical Survey contributed to, 28.
Millionth scale map, United States

portion of, 35.
Mine explosions, investigation of, 25.

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