Collected papers, Volume 2

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Page 32 - Merriam, JC, A Contribution to the Geology of the John Day Basin; University of California Publications, Bulletin of the Department of Geology, vol.
Page 42 - W.) and Knowlton (FH). Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Laramie and related formations in Wyoming. Geol. Soc. Am., Bull., vol.
Page 277 - Paper 84, 1914, p. 111 ; pi. xx, f. l ; idem, Prof. Paper 112, 1919, p. 79. Ripley (Cusseta) : Buena Vista, Ga. Ficus gigantea Knowlton, US Geol. Surv., Prof. Paper 101, 1918, p. 265, pi. xliii. Vermejo?: Santa Clara Canyon, Colo. Ficus glascoeana Lesquereux, Kept. US Geol. Surv. Terr., vol. 8 (Cret. and Tert. Fl.), 1883, p. 48; US Geol. Surv., Mon. 17, 91 [1892], p. 76, pi. xiii, f. 1, 2. Dakota: Glascoe, Kans.
Page 29 - Notes on a few fossil plants from the Fort Union group of Montana, with a description of one new species.
Page 39 - Recent determinations of fossil plants from Kentucky, Louisiana, Oregon, California, Alaska, Greenland, etc., with descriptions of new species.
Page 39 - Center, and Union counties, and a sheet of cross sections. 3470 Lesquereux (Leo). The flora of the Dakota group. A posthumous work, edited by FH Knowlton. US Geol.
Page 20 - Com. (Report on the geology and resources in the vicinity of the 49th parallel, from the Lake of the Woods to the Rocky Mountains), 1875, Appendix A, pp.
Page 25 - The paleontology of the Cretaceous formations of Texas : The invertebrate paleontology of the Trinity division : Washington Biol.
Page 33 - Underground waters of Tennessee and Kentucky west of Tennessee River and of an adjacent area in Illinois, by LC Glenn.
Page 22 - Notes on some fossil plants from the Trinity division of the Comanche series of Texas.

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