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T 19. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
[By act of Mar. 3,1879 (Stat. L. v. 20 p. 394), the Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories and
the Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region, both under Interior Department,
and Geographical Surveys West of 100th Meridian, under War Department, were discontinued,
and the Geological Survey established in their stead. See, for history and organization of Geological
Survey, Bulletin 227 (I 19.3:227).t]
I 19.1: Annual reports large 8 and 8
(date) [1880-1909, in annual reports of Interior Department (I 1.1:), forming one or more
separate volumes of those reports from 1881 to 1906, but being included ir one
of the other volumes of the reports for 1880 and 1907-09; also issued in full in the
In accordance with act approved Mar. 2, 1895 (Stat. L. v. 28, p. 960), Mineral resources
of United States was issued from 1894 to 1899 as a part of the report of the director
of the Geological Survey.; See, for further information, note and entries under
Joint resolution of May 16, 1902 (Stat. L. v. 32, p. 741), provided that the annual
report of the Geological Survey should be restricted to one volume for each year.
In consequence, beginning with the 23d report, for 1902, the annual report consists
of one volume, the report of the director only. Such accompanying papers as had
appeared in the annual report have since been published as Bulletins (I 19.3:),
Water-supply papers (I 19.13:), and Professional papers (I 19.16:).]
I 19.1a: Annual reports (separates; director's reports)
I 19.1a: Annual reports (separates; miscellaneous)
I 19.2: General publications
All1 Alaska. Maps and descriptions of routes of exploration in Alaska in
1898, 'with general information concerning Territory. Geological
Survey, Washington, 1899. [3737-172]
Al 12 Alaska. Geology and mineral resources of portion of Copper River district,
Alaska; by Frank Charles Schrader and Arthur Coe Spencer.
1901. large 8 [4198-546]
A 13 Alaska. Reconnaissances in Cape Nome and Norton Bay regions,
Alaska, in 1900; by Alfred H. Brooks, George B. Richardson,
Arthur J. Collier, and Walter C. Mendenhall. 1901. large 8
Al14 Alaska. Map of Alaska, showing known gold-bearing rocks, with descriptive
text containing sketches of geography, geology, and gold
deposits and routes to gold field. ' Geological Survey, Washington,
Al15 Alaska [with inset, Aleutian Islands]. Scale 1:5,000,000. [Washington]
Geological Survey, 1909. 16.8 X 23.8 and 2.5 X 9 in.
Al 16 Same, index map showing areas covered by topographic maps, Feb.
1909. Scale 1: 5,000,00. [Washington] Geological Survey, 1909.
16.8 X 23.8 and 2.5 X 9 in.
Al 7 Altitude. Table of differences of altitude to nearest foot for angles from
1 minute to 2 degrees and for'distances under 1 mile. Washington,
D. C. [no publisher] 1891. oblong 320
At6 Atlas. Topographic and geologic atlas of United States [explanation].
1909. [See, for Topographic map of United States, I 19.12: and
for Geologic atlas of United States, I 19.51, 2:]
B37 Beaman stadia-arc. Instructions for using Beaman stadia arc attachment.
[June, 1908.] 16
C571 Clay products. Circular concerning clay products, 1895. Mar. 31,
1896. 4 0
tBy act of May 16,' 910, effective July 1, 1910 (Stat. L. v. 36, pt. 1, p. 369), the
Technologic Branch of the Geological Survey was detached from the Survey and
established as the Bureau of Mines; see I 28. The work of 'investigation of structural
materials both belonging to and for the use of the United States " was transferred from
the Technologic Branch of the Geological Survey to the Standards Bureau (C13.) by
sundry civil appropriation act approved June 25, 1-10 (Stat. L. v. 36, pt. 1, p. 765).
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