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American Natural History, 1769-1865

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Abert, James William, 1820-1897.

Report of Lieut. J.W. Abert, of his examination of New Mexico, in the years 1864-'47.

Washington, Government Printing Office. 1848

III. Reports of Explorations; 132 p. map, plates. (U.S. 30th Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Doc. 23).



Reel: 1, No. 1
Abert, James William, 1820-1897.

Journal of Lieut. Abert during an expedition of the upper Arkansas and through the country of the Camanche[!] Indians, from Bents Fort, Colorado, to St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 9 to Nov. 12, 1845.

Washington, Government Printing Office. [1845?]

III. Reports of Explorations; 75 p. map, plates. (U.S. 29th Cong., 1st sess., 1845-1846. Senate. Doc. 438).



Reel: 1, No. 2
Academy of Science of St. Louis.

Transactions.

St. Louis, George Knapp & Co., printers and binders. 1860-1868

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; v. 1-2; 1856/60-1861/68.; 2 v. plates, facsims., tables, diagrs. 23 cm.; List of members in each volume.; Plate No. 19 is lacking.; Film edition ends with v. 2, 1868, publication continued beyond this date.



Reel: 1, No. 4
The Advocate of Science, and Annals of Natural History.

Philadelphia, W.P. Gibbons. [1834-35]

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; Conducted by W. P. Gibbons ... vol. 1, no. 1-9; Aug. 1834-Apr. 1835.; 440 p. illus. 21.5 cm. monthly.; Paging irregular: p. [9]-120, 113-123, 177-184, 145-296, [289]-336, [345]-440.; No more published.; I. Gibbons, William Peters, b. 1812, ed.

Reel: 1, No. 5
Alabama. State geologist.

First-[second] biennial report on the geology of Alabama.

Tuskaloosa, Printed by M.D.J. Slade. 1850-58

II. State Geological and Natural History Surveys; by M. Tuomey, geologist to the state ...; 2 v. illus., fold. maps. 22 cm.; Vol. 2 printed at Montgomery by N.B. Cloud, state printer.; Second report edited by J.W. Mallet.; First report covers the period 1848-49; second report submitted November 1855.; I. Tuomey, Michael, 1805-1857. II. Mallet, John William, 1832-1912.



Reel: 1, No. 6a-6b
Albany Institute, Albany (N.Y.).

Proceedings of the Albany institute.

Albany, N.Y., J. Munsell. 1873-[1877?]

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; Vol. 1-2. March 1865-December 1877.; 2 v. illus. 23 cm.; Proceedings for 1858-65 in Transactions, v. 4 & 6.; Lists of members in each volume.; Film edition ends with v. 2, 1877?, publication continued beyond this date.



Reel: 1, No. 7b
Allen, J.

Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the report, journal, and map of Captain J. Allen, of the First Regiment of Dragoons, of his Expedition to the heads of the rivers Des Moines, Blue Earth, &c., in the Northwest [Aug.11-Oct.3,1844] in compliance with a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 20th of January, 1845.

Washington, Government Printing Office. 1846

III. Reports of Explorations; ...; 18p. map. (U.S. 29th Cong., 1st sess. House. Doc. No.168).



Reel: 1, No. 8
The American Botanical Register.

Washington, Thompson & Homans. [1825?-1830?]

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; v. [1], no. 1-3.; 3 nos. plates; Cover title.; No more published.

Reel: 1, No. 11
American Ethnological Society, New York.

Bulletin of the American Ethnological Society.

New York, The Society. 1860-61

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; v. 1. [Sept. 1860 - Jan. 1861]; 72 p. plates. 23 cm.; Issued in conformity with a resolution of the society adopted Dec. 1860. Previous to this date at least two pamphlets had appeared containing proceedings of the society: the first, with title "Report on the huscals, or ancient graveyards of Chiriqui ... by J. K. Merrit", including Bulletin for April 17, May 8, 1860 (14 p.); the second, with title "Bulletin of the American ethnological society", including proceedings for May 22, 1860 (8 p.); No more published.



Reel: 1, No. 12a-12b
American Ethnological Society, New York.

Transactions of the American Ethnological Society.

New York, Bartlett & Welford [etc.]. 1845-53

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; v. 1 - v. 3, pt. 1.; 3 v. illus., plates, fold. maps, tab. 23.5 cm.; Vol. 1 has imprint: New York, Bartlett & Welford; London, Wiley & Putnam, 1845; v. 2, New York, Bartlett & Welford, 1848; v. 3, pt. 1, New York, George P. Putnam, 1853.; Vol. 3, pt. 1 was the last part published, and is rare, most of the copies having been destroyed by fire.



Reel: 1, No. 12a-12b
The American Medical and Philosophical Register; or, Annals of Medicine, Natural History, Agriculture, and the Arts.

C.S. Van Winkle, printer. 1814

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; Conducted by David Hosack, M.D. ... and John W. Francis, M.D. ... v. 1-4, July 1810-Apr. 1814. New York, E. Sargeant [etc.]; 4 v. illus., plates, port. 21.5 cm.; Title varies: v. 1-3: ... Conducted by a society of gentlemen.; Imprint varies: v. 2: Whiting and Watson, 1812. v. 3: Pub. for the proprietors, by C. S. Winkle, 1813. v. 4: Pub. for the proprietors, by C. S. Van Winkle, 1814.; I. Hosack, David, 1769-1835, ed. II. Francis, John Wakefield, 1789-1861, ed.

Reel: 1, No. 15
The American Mineralogical Journal.

printed by Collins & Co. 1814

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; being a collection of facts and observations tending to elucidate the mineralogy and geology of the United States of America …; Conducted by Archibald Bruce ... 1810 - 1814? New York,; vi, 270, [2] p. plates. 24 cm.; No more published.

Reel: 1, No. 16
The American Monthly Magazine and Critical Review.

New York, Pub. for H. Biglow by Kirk & Mercein [etc.]. 1817-18

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; v. 1-4, May 1817-Apr. 1819.; 4 v. 22.5 cm.; Vol. 1 was edited by H. Biglow; vol. 2 and 3 by H. Biglow and O.L. Holley; vol. 4 by O.L. Holley.; No more published.

Reel: 1, No. 17
American Journal of Agriculture and Science; devoted to the promotion of agriculture, horticulture, science, arts and industry.

Albany. 1845-1848

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; Vol. 1-7. January 1845 - December 1848.; 7 v. in 6. fronts., illus., plates. 23.5 cm.; Editors: Vol.1-6, E. Emmons and others; vol. 7, C.N. Bement.; Vol.1-4 title reads: American quarterly journal of agriculture and science.; Vol.5-7 monthly.; Ceased publication Dec. 1848.; Vol.6 no.[4], (i.e., whole no. 18) Oct. 1847 never published.

Reel: 1, No. 19
The Annals of Science.

Cleveland, printed by Harris & Fairbanks. 1852-1854

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; being a record of inventions and improvements in applied science …; Conducted by Hamilton L. Smith, A.M. v. 1, v. 2, no. 5; October 15, 1852 - May 1854.; 2 v. illus. 25.5 cm. Semimonthly, 1852-53; monthly, 1854.; Following v. 1 is general t.-p. with imprint date, 1853.; No more published?.

Reel: 1, No. 20
Arkansas. Geological Survey.

First report of a geological reconnoissance of the Northern counties of Arkansas, made during the years 1857 and 1858.

Little Rock, Johnson & Yerkes, state printers. 1858

II. State Geological and Natural History Surveys; by David Dale Owen, principal geologist, assisted by William Elderhorst, chemical assistant; Edward T. Cox, assistant geologist.; 256 p. front., illus., plates (part col.) 26 cm.; Contents: Report [etc.] by David Dale Owen.--Chemical report of the ores, rocks, and mineral waters of Arkansas, by William Elderhorst.--Report of a geological reconnoissance of a part of the state of Arkansas made during the years 1857 and 1858, by Edward T. Cox.; I. Owen, David Dale, 1807-1860. II. Elderhorst, William, 1828-1861. III. Cox, Edward Travers, 1821-1907.



Reel: 1, No. 22a
Arkansas. Geological Survey.

Second report of a geological reconnoissance of the middle and southern counties of Arkansas.

Philadelphia, C. Sherman & Son, printers. 1860

II. State Geological and Natural History Surveys; Made during the years 1859 and 1860. By David Dale Owen, principal geologist, assisted by Robert Peter, chemical assistant; M. Leo Lesquereux, botanist; Edward Cox, assistant geologist.; 433 p. front., illus., plates (part col.) fold. chart. 26 cm.; Edited by Richard Owen.; Contents: Report [etc.] from notes of David Dale Owen, ed. by E.T. Cox.--Survey of the Fourche cove in Pulaski county, Arkansas, by Joseph Lesley, topographical assistant.--Chemical analysis of the soils, sub-soils, underclays, clays, and nitre-earths of Arkansas. Collected by D. D. Owen and analyzed by Robert Peter.--Chemical analyses made for the survey, by William Elderhorst.--Botanical and paleontological report on the survey, by Leo Lesquereux.--Second report of a geological reconnoissance of a part of the state of Arkansas made during the years 1859 and 1860, by Edward T. Cox.; I. Owen, David Dale, 1807-1860. II. Peter, Robert, 1805-1894. III. Lesquereux, Leo, 1806-1889. IV. Cox, Edward Travers, 1821-1907. V. Lesley, Joseph. VI. Elderhorst, William, 1828-1861. VII. Owen, Richard, 1810-1890.



Reel: 1, No. 22b
Association of American Geologists and Naturalists.

Reports of the first, second, and third meetings of the Association of American geologists and naturalists, at Philadelphia, in 1840 and 1841, and at Boston in 1842.

Boston, Gould, Kendall & Lincoln. 1843

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; Embracing its proceedings and transactions.; viii, [9]-544 p. illus., XXI (i.e. 19) pl. (part double; incl. maps) 25 cm.; Plates VII and IX are printed on the same leaf.



Reel: 1, No. 23
The Boston Journal of philosophy and the arts, intended to exhibit a view of the progress of discovery in natural philosophy, mechanics, chemistry, geology and mineralogy, natural history, comparative anatomy and physiology, geography, statistics, and the fine and useful arts.

Boston, Cummings, Hilliard & co. 1824-26

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; v. 1-3; May 1823 - Dec. 1826.; 3 v. plates, tab., diagrs. 23 cm.; Editors: 1823-24, John Ware, J.W. Webster, Daniel Treadwell. 1824-26, J.W. Webster, Daniel Treadwell.; No more published.

Reel: 1, No. 24
Boston Society of Natural History.

Memoirs read before the Boston Society of Natural History.

Boston, The Society. 1866-1869

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; v. 1; [1863-69]; 3 p.l., 603 p. illus. plates (part col.) maps, tables, diagrs. 30 cm.; Preceded by Boston journal of natural history, published 1834-63.; Film edition ends with v. 1, 1866-1869, publication continued beyond this date.



Reel: 1, No. 25c
Bryan, Francis Theodore.

[report concerning operations of the party under my command on the road from Fort Riley to Bridger's Pass] (In United States.).

Washington, C. Wendell, printer. 1857

III. Reports of Explorations; President, 1857-1861 (Buchanan) Message ... Dec. 8, 1857.; p.455-520).



Reel: 1, No. 26
California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco.

Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences.

San Francisco. [1854]-77

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; v. 1-v. 7, pt. 1; 1854/57-1876.; 7 v. illus., plates (part col.) maps. 24 cm.; Vols. 1-3 have title: Proceedings of the California academy of natural sciences.; Imprint varies.; V. 1. 1854-57. 2d ed., San Francisco, published by the Academy, 1873.



Reel: 1, No. 27
Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe, 1793-1864.

Narrative journal of travels, through the northwestern regions of the United States extending from Detroit through the great chain of American Lakes, to the sources of the Mississippi River.

Albany, E. & E. Hosford. 1821

III. Reports of Explorations; Performed as a member of the expedition under Governor Cass in the year 1820.; xiv, [2], [17]-419, [5] p. illus.



Reel: 1, No. 29a
Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe, 1793-1864.

Summary narrative of an exploratory expedition to the sources of the Mississippi River, in 1820: Resumed and completed, by the Discovery of its origin in Itasca Lake in 1832.

Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo, and Co. 1855

III. Reports of Explorations; xx, [17]-596 p.



Reel: 1, No. 29b
Chicago Academy of Sciences.

Transactions of the Chicago academy of sciences.

Chicago. 1867-70

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; v. 1-2, art. 1.; 1 v. and 1 pt. illus., plates (part col.) port., fold. map. 28 cm.; Vol. 1 is in two parts, 1867-69, with separate t.-p. but continuous pagination.; No more published.; Out of print; the original stock, together with the plates, was destroyed in the Chicago fire.



Reel: 1, No. 31
The Cincinnatus; devoted to scientific agriculture, horticulture, education and improvement of rural taste.

Cincinnati, Applegate and company [etc.]. 1857-1861

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; Vols. 1-6; 1856-61.; 6 v. illus., plates (part col.) 22.5 cm. monthly.; Title varies: 1856, The Cincinnatus: ed. by the faculty of Farm College, College Hill, O.; 1857-60, The Cincinnatus: devoted to scientific agriculture, education, and the improvement of rural taste. Ed. by F.G. Cary; 1861- The Cincinnatus and journal of the American patent company.; In Jan. 1861 the American patent company assumed publication of the Cincinnatus and united it with the Journal which had been announced to succeed the Scientific artisan. Of the Journal, one specimen number only seems to have been published.; I. Cary, Freeman Grant, ed. II. College Hill, O. Farmers' college. III. American patent company, Cincinnati.

Reel: 1, No. 32
Cleveland Academy of Natural Science.

Proceedings of the Cleveland Academy of Natural Science, 1845 to 1859.

Cleveland, Ohio. 1874

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; Published by a gentleman of Cleveland.; 295 p. illus. 22 cm.; Includes list of members and constitution and by-laws of the society.; "It is the object of the present publication to present the records, which are not very complete, and to print such of the papers as can be recovered. A part of them were published in the Annals of science ... some got into the daily papers, and more were reported for the Ohio farmer" ... p. 5.



Reel: 1, No. 33
Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, New Haven.

Memoirs.


New Haven, Oliver Steele and Co.[etc.]. 1810-1816

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; v. 1. 4 pts in 1 v. illus., plates (part col.), tables, diagrs. 8.; Imprint varies: pt.3, I. Cooke & Co., 1813; pt. 4, Steele & Gray, 1816.; Papers read before the Academy appeared chiefly in the American journal of science from 1818 until the commencement of the series of Transactions in 1866. (Cf. Handbook of learned societies and institutions, America. 1908. p. 173). The publication of the Memoirs was resumed in July, 1910, in 4.



Reel: 1, No. 34
Derby, George Horatio, 1823-1861.

Report of the Secretary of War, communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, a reconnaisance of the Gulf of California and the Colorado River [in 1850-1851].

Washington, Government Printing Office. 1852

III. Reports of Explorations; 28 p. map. (U. S. 32 Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Ex. Doc. no.81).



Reel: 1, No. 38a
Derby, George Horatio, 1823-1861.

Report of the Secretary of War, communicating in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, a report of the Tulare Valley [California] made by Lieutenant Derby [in 1850].

Washington, Government Printing Office. 1852

III. Reports of Explorations; 17 p. (U.S. 32 Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Ex. Doc. no. 110).



Reel: 1, No. 38b
Dodge, Henry.

Colonel Dodge's journal.

Washington, Government Printing Office. 1836

III. Reports of Explorations; Report of the Secretary of War, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, transmitting a report of the Expedition of the dragoons, under the command of Colonel Henry Dodge, to the Rocky Mountains, during the summer of 1835, etc.; 37 p. maps. (U.S. 24th Cong., 1st sess. House. Doc. no 181).



Reel: 1, No. 39
Elliott Society of Natural History, Charleston (S.C.).

Journal of the Elliott Society of Natural History.

Charleston, S.C. 1859-60

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; v. 1, article 1-3, 1857-60.; 1 v. 30 cm.; Note to article 3 (dated Dec. 14, 1860): "The publication of this paper is interrupted by the political crisis in America, but will be resumed as soon as practicable." No more published.; Contents:--v. 1. article 1. Smith, W. W. Flora of the lower country of South Carolina reviewed. 1859.--article 2. Ford, W. H. Normal presence of alcohol in the blood. 1859.--article 3. McCrady, J. The law of development by specialization. 1860.



Reel: 1, No. 41a-41b
Elliott Society of Natural History, Charleston (S.C.).

Proceedings of the Elliott Society of Natural History of Charleston, South-Carolina.

Charleston, Russell & Jones; [etc., etc.]. 1859-[91]

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; v. 1-2; Nov. 1853- Nov. 1890.; 2 v. in 1. illus., plates. 23.5 cm.; No more published.



Reel: 1, No. 41a-41b
Emory, William Hemsley, 1811-1887.

Notes of a military reconnoissance[!] from Fort Leavenworth in Missouri, to San Diego, in California, including part of the Arkansas, Del Norte, and Gila Rivers [1846-7].

Washington Wendell and Van Benthuysen. 1848

III. Reports of Explorations; 416 p. illus. (U.S. 30th Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Exec. Doc. no.7).



Reel: 1, No. 42
American Entomological Society, Philadelphia.

Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Philadelphia.

Philadelphia, Printed by the Society. 1863-1867

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; v. 1-6, 1861/3-1866/67.; 6 v. illus., plates (part col.) 23 cm.; No more published. Cf. v. 7, 1878/9 (app. p. 1) of the Society's Transactions.



Reel: 1, No. 43
Essex County Natural History Society, Salem, (Mass.).

Journal of the Essex County Natural History Society.

Salem, Printed for the Society by W. & S.B. Ives. 1836-1852

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; containing various communications to the society; [v. 1, no. 1-3, 1836-52].; 135, [1] p. 22 cm.; Title varies: No. 1 & No. 2: Journal of the Essex County natural history society.; No more published.



Reel: 1, No. 44
Essex County Natural History Society, Salem, (Mass.).

Proceedings of the Essex institute.

Salem, Mass. 1856-70

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; v. 1-6, 1848-1868.; 6 v. illus., plates, fold. tab. 23.5 cm.; An index to the Proceedings is included in "A rough subject index to the publications of the Essex institute," by Gardner M. Jones.; "Pt. 2 of the Naturalists' directory, pub. by the Institute in 1865, was issued with v. 4: the 1866 ed. of this part, issued with v. 5, is practically a new ed. of the whole directory." Handbook of learned societies and institutions. America. 1908. p. 362.; "Communications" from 1848 to 1864 were incorporated in the Proceedings: from 1864-1870 they were issued with independent title-pages and pagination.; Continued as "Bulletin of the Essex institute.".



Reel: 1, No. 45
Providence Franklin Society, Providence (R.I.).

Proceedings of the Providence Franklin Society.

[Providence]. [1846-47]

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; Vol. 1, no. 1-2, April, 1846 [and] April, 1847.; 42 p. 24 cm.; Caption title.; No more published.; Contents:--no. 1, Rhode Island plants, or additions and emendations to the Catalogue of plants published by the Providence Franklin society in March, 1845. By Stephen T. Olney. Read March 31, 1846.--no. 2. Rhode Island plants, 1846, or additions to the published lists of the Providence Franklin society. By Stephen T. Olney.; I. Olney, Stephen Thayer.



Reel: 1, No. 49
Geological Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

Transactions of the Geological Society of Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia, James Kay, jun. & brother; Pittsburgh, John I. Kay & Co. 1835

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; v. 1 [pt. 1-2]; August 1834 - Sept. 1835.; Pt3. 1: vi, 2 l., [vii]-[x], [5]-175; Pt. 2: [177]-427, [1] p. illus. Lists of members are included (pp. [vii]-ix).; The principal object of the society was to promote the establishment of a state geological survey. The first geological survey of Pennsylvania was authorized in 1836. No further record of the society has been found, and it apparently ceased to exist after its object had been accomplished; its members (who took no part in the survey) joined in the organization of a new, national society in 1840, the Association of American geologists, out of which developed, in 1848, the American association for the advancement of science. Cf. J.P. Lesley, Historical sketch of geological explorations in Pennsylvania and other states. 1876. (Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania: 1874-5-6) p. A29-A52. (The Geological Society of Pennsylvania).



Reel: 1, No. 54
Illinois Natural History Society.

... Transactions of the Illinois natural history society.

Springfield, Bailhache & Baker, printers. 1861

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; Ed by C. D. Wilber ... v. 1, ser. 1. 2d ed.; 194 p. front., illus., plates. 22.5 cm.; At head of title: Volume 1, series 1.; Contents:--Secretary's report.--Mind, force and matter. An address by Prof. J. B. Turner.--The great tornado of 1860 by James Shaw.--Geological section of Rock river, from Sterling to Oregon by Dr. Oliver Everett.--The Mastodon giganteus: Its remains in Illinois by C.D. Wilber.--The water lily (Nelumbium Luteum,)--Its mode of growth--by Dr. Frederick Brendel.--Taxidermy by Richard H. Holder.--Birds of Illinois--Catalogue by Richard H. Holder.--Natural history in schools by A. M. Gow.--Object lessons by J. H. Blodgett.--Insects of Illinois, with catalogue of coleoptera by C. Thomas.--Mammals of Illinois--Catalogue by Cyrus Thomas.--Plan for a natural history survey by Cyrus Thomas.--Additions to the flora of Illinois by Dr. Geo Vasey.--Museum of the Illinois state natural history society by C. D. Wilber.--Insects injurious to vegetation in Illinois by Benjamin D. Walsh.; I. Wilber, Charles Dana, 1831-1893?.



Reel: 1, No. 59
Gettysburg College. Linnaean Association.

The literary record and journal of the Linnaean association of Pennsylvania college.

printed by H.C. Neinstedt. 1844/45-1847/48

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; Conducted by a committee of the association. v. 1-4. [Nov. 1844-Oct. 1848] Gettysburg,; 4 v. 2 plates. 23 cm. monthly; The publication was suspended after the number for October 1848, and apparently was not resumed.



Reel: 1, No. 70
Literary and Philosophical Society of New York.

Transactions of the Literary and Philosophical Society of New-York.

published for the Society, by Van Winkle and Wiley [etc.]. 1815-25

I. Periodicals and Academy Publications; Instituted in the year MDCCCXIV. v. 1 - v. 2, pt. 1. New-York,; 2 v. plates. 28 cm.; Vol. 2, pt. 1, half-title.; Vol. 2, pt. 1: Published for the Society by Bliss and White.; No more published.


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