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Bibliography of map projections by John Parr Snyder
Cobalt-bearing manganese deposits of Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee (U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 940-J) by William Gamewell Pierce940-J
A gazetteer of West Virginia (U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin) by Henry Gannett
The geology of Nantucket,: By Nathaniel Southgate Shaler (U.S. Geological survey. Bulletin) by Nathaniel Southgate Shaler
United States Geological Survey Bulletin by Department of the Interior ...
On a group of volcanic rocks from the Tewan mountains, New Mexico, and on the occurrence of primary quartz in certain basalts by Joseph Paxson Iddings66
Mineral and Water Resources of New Mexico : Bulletin 87 - by United States Geological Survey87
Bulletin of the United States Geological Survey. No. 160 by Henry Gannett160
Geographic Dictionary of Alaska by Marcus Baker187
A gazetteer of Indian territory by Henry Gannett248
The origin of certain place names in the United States by Henry Gannett258
Report on progress of investigations of mineral resources of Alaska in 1904 by Alfred H. Brooks259
THE DEVONIAN FAUNA OF THE OURAY LIMESTONE Department of Interior United States Geological Survey Bulletin 391 by E.M. Kindle391
The New Madrid earthquake by Myron L. Fuller. Geological Survey (U.S.)494
The Onondaga fauna of the Allegheny region (U.S. Geological survey. Bulletin 508) by E.M. Kindle508
Fauna of the so-called Boone chert near Batesville, Arkansas (U.S. Geological survey. Bulletin 595) by George Herbert Girty595
GUIDEBOOK OF THE WESTERN UNITED STATES. Part A. The Northern Pacific Route with a Side Trip to Yellowstone Park. Bulletin 611 by Marius Robinson Campbell611
Guidebook of the western United States. Part B. The Overland route with a side trip to Yellowstone Park by Willis Thomas Lee612
Microscopic determination of the ore minerals by M. N. Short914
Geology of the Coastal Plain of Georgia (Geological Survey Bulletin 941- United States Department of the Interior) by C Wythe Cooke941
Bibliography of North Americn Geology Geological Survey Bulletin 968 by Emma Mertins Thom968
Bibliography of North America Geology Geological Survey Bulletin 977 by Emma Mertins Thom977
Pleistocene- Recent Boundary In The Rocky Mountain Region geological Survey Bulletin 996-A by Charles Hunt996-A
Principles of Geochemical Prospecting Geological Survey Bulletin 1000-F by H. E. Hawkes1000-F
Selected Annotated Bibliography of Thorium and Rare-Earth Deposits in the United States Including Alaska Geological Survey Bulletin 1019-F by Katharine L. Buck1019-F
Geologic and Airborne Radioactivity Studies in the Rock Corral Area San Bernardino County California (Geological Survey Bulletin 1021-C) by United States Atomic Energy Commission1021-C
Ordovician fossils from wells in the Williston Basin, Eastern Montana (Geological Survey bulletin) by Reuben James Ross1021-M
Mineral deposits of Central America (maps included) Geological Survey Bulletin no.1034 by Ralph Jackson Roberts1034
Gem stones of the United States by Dorothy M. Schlegel1042-G
Infared luminescence of minerals by David F Barnes1052-C
Geologic Names of North America Introduced in 1936-1955 Geological Survey Bulletin 1056-A by Druid Wilson1056-A
An Introduction to the geology and mineral resources of the continental shelves of the Americas : a description of the continental shelves of the Americas, their potential mineral resources, and problems of petroleum development in the Gulf of Mexico by James Trumbull1067
Geology of Possible Petroleum Provinces in Alaska (U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin. no. 1094.) by Don John Miller1094
Distribution of Minor Elements in Coals of the Appalachian Region, 1961, Geological Survey Bulletin, Number 1117-C : 37 pages. by Peter; Sheffey Zubovic, Nola B.; Stadnichenko, Taisia1117-C
Ordovician graptolites of the Basin Ranges in California, Nevada, Utah, and Idaho by Reuben James Ross1134
Hawaiian Volcanoes During 1955, Geological Survey Bulletin 1171 by Gordon A. Macdonald1171
Fossils in Ordovician tuffs, northeastern Maine (Geological Survey Bulletin 1181-E) by Robert B Neuman1181-E
Boundaries of the United States and the Several States: Geological Survey Bulletin 1212 by Franklin K. Van Zandt1212
Pecos National Monument, New Mexico: its geologic setting by Ross B Johnson1271-E
Surficial geology of Mount Rainier National Park, Washington by Dwight Raymond Crandell1288
The Geologic Story of the Uinta Mountains by Wallace Hansen1291
Geologic Story of Mount Rainier: A Look at the Geologic Past by Dwight Raymond Crandell1292
Geologic Story of Isle Royale National Park by N. King Huber1309
The geologic story of Canyonlands National Park by Stanley William Lohman1327
The geologic story of Yellowstone National Park by William R. Keefer1347
Placer Gold Deposits of New Mexico (Original Geological Survey Bulletins) by Maureen G. Johnson1348
Lexicon of geologic names of the United States for 1961-1967, (Geological Survey bulletin 1350) by Grace C. Keroher1350
Placer Gold Deposits of Arizona by Maureen G. Johnson1355
Placer Gold Deposits of Nevada (Geological Survey Bulletin 1356) by Maureen G. Johnson1356
Placer Gold: Deposits of Utah by Maureen G. Johnson1357
Placer deposits of Alaska (Geological Survey bulletin 1374) by Edward Huntington Cobb1374
The Geology and Early History of the Boston Area of Massachusetts, a Bicentennial Approach : The Role of Geology in the Important Events That Took Place Around Boston 200 Years Ago by Clifford A. Kaye1476
The Geological Story of the Great Plains by Donald E. Trimble1493
The Logan Plateau: A young physiographic region in West Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia, and Tennessee (U.S. Geological Survey bulletin) by William F Outerbridge1620
Multispectral Landsat Images of Antarctica by Baerbel K. Lucchitta1696
METHODS FOR GEOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1770 by Philip A. Baedecker1770
Geological History of Glacial Lake Algonquin and the Upper Great Lakes by Curtis E. Larsen1801
Catalog of Intensties and Magnitudes for Earthquakes in Alaska and the Aleution Islands - 1986-1981 by Stanley R. Brockman1840
'Geology and Geochemistry of Tertiary Volcanic Host Rocks, Sleeper Gold Silver Deposit, Humboldt County, Nevada (U.S.Geological Survey Bulletin 2090)' by J. Thomas Nash2090
Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature, 1994 by Raymond M. Batson2129
Lateral Ramps in the Folded Appalachians and in Overthrust Belts Worldwide : A Fundamental Element of Thrust-Belt Architecture by Howard A. Pohn2163
Geology and Natural History of the San Francisco Bay Area : A Field-Trip Guidebook : 2001 Fall Field Conference, National Association of Geoscience Teachers, Far Western Section, September 14-16, 2001, Menlo Park, California by Philip W. Stoffer2188

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The United States Geological Survey (a division of the Department of the Interior) began publishing bulletins in 1883. 

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