Author:William Healey Dall
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|United States naturalist, a prominent malacologist, and one of the earliest scientific explorers of interior Alaska. He described many mollusks of the Pacific Northwest of America, and was for many years America's preeminent authority on living and fossil mollusks. Dall published over 1,600 papers, reviews, and commentaries.|
- "Report on the Mollusca, Part I: Brachiopoda and Pelecypoda" in Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, 12 (1886), pp. 171−318.
- "Report on the Mollusca, Part II: Gastropoda & Scaphopoda" in Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, 18 (June, 1889), pp. 1−492.
- On the remains of later prehistoric man obtained from caves in the Catherina Archipelago, Alaska Territory, and especially from the caves of the Aleutian Islands (1878) (External scan)
- Meteorology and Bibliography of Alaska (External scan)
- The Currents and Temperatures of Bering Sea and the Adjacent Waters (1882)
- Alaska Coast Pilot (1883)
- List of Marine Mollusca (1884) (External scan)
- Report on the Mollusca Brachiopoda and Pelecypoda of the Blake Expedition (1886)
- Mollusca of the Southeast Coast of the United States (1890)
- Instructions for Collecting Mollusks (1892)
- Contributions to the Tertiary Fauna of Florida (4 vols., 1890–98)
- Neocene of North America (1892)
- Alaska as it was and Is. 1865–1895 (1895) (External scan)
- Alaska and Its Resources (1897) (External scan)
- "Notes on an original manuscript chart of Bering's expedition of 1725-30" in Annual Report of the Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1890, pp. 759−775. (External scan)
- "Report of geographic and hydrographical explorations on the coast of Alaska" in Annual Report of the Coast Survey, 1873.
- "Report on coal and lignite of Alaska" in Geological Survey Reports, 17 (1) (1896), pp. 763−908.
- "Report on Mount Saint Elias, Mount Fairweather, and some of the adjacent mountains" in Annual Report of the Coast Survey, 1875, pp. 157−188.
- "Tribes of the Extreme Northwest" in Contributions to North American Ethnology, 11, pp. 1−156. (External scan)
- Map Showing the distribution of the tribes of Alaka and adjoining territory
|Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.
The author died in 1927, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.