Author:James Hall (1811-1898)

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James Hall
Geologist, paleontologist
James Hall


  • A catalogue of plants, growing without cultivation, in the vicinity of Troy with John Wright, 1811-1846; 1836 external link
  • Natural history of New York With others. 1842 part 1, part 2, part 3-4, part 5-6
  • Tables of organic remains, 1843 external link
  • Niagara falls, 1844 external link
  • Exploration and survey of the valley of the Great Salt Lake of Utah. With others. 1852 external link
  • Descriptions of new species of fossils: from the cretaceous formations of Nebraska, 1856 external link
  • Key to a chart of the successive geological formations, with an actual section from the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean, 1852 (short work)

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  • Report on Canadian graptolites, 1858 (short work) external link
  • Figures and descriptions of Canadian organic remains, 1865 external link
  • Organic remains of the Niagara group and associated limestones, 1871 external link
  • On the relations of the Niagara and Lower Helderberg formations, and their geographical distributions in the United States and Canada , 1874 (short work) external link
  • Illustrations of Devonian fossils: corals of the Upper Helderberg and Hamilton groups, 1876 external link
  • Note on the Eurypteridae of the Devonian and Carboniferous formations of Pennsylvania. Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania. Report of Progress. Volume PPP (1884)
  • Report on building stones. 1886 (short work) external link
  • An introduction to the study of the genera of Palaeozoic Brachiopoda. With John Mason Clarke, 1857-1925 (1892) part 1, part 2
  • A memoir on the Palaeozoic reticulate sponges constituting the family Dictyospongidae, 1898 Vol 1, vol 2

Articles in Popular Science Monthly[edit]


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