Author:James Gates Percival

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James Gates Percival
(1795–1856)
American geologist, poet, and surgeon
James Gates Percival

Works[edit]

Poetry[edit]

  • Zamor (1795)
  • Poems (1821)
  • Prometheus Part II, with other poems (1822)
  • Clio (1822)
  • Poems (1823)
  • Poem Delivered Before the Connecticut Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa Society (1826) [1]
  • The Dream of a Day, and Other Poems (1843)
  • The poetical works of James Gates Percival, with a Biographical Sketch (1859), in 2 vols.

Geology[edit]

  • Report on the Geology of the State of Connecticut (1842)

Translations[edit]

  • Physiological and chemical researches on the use of the prussic or hydro-cyanic acid in the treatment of diseases of the breast, and particularly in phthisis pulmonalis (1820) by François Magendie

As editor[edit]

  • A geographical view of the world, embracing the manners, customs, and pursuits, of every nation (1826) by Sir Richard Phillips (writing as the Rev J. Goldsmith)
  • A system of universal geography, or A description of all the parts of the world, on a new plan, according to the great natural divisions of the globe (1834) by Conrad Malte-Brun, in 3 vols.

Works about Percival[edit]


Works by this author published before January 1, 1925 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.