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An alphabetical bibliography of works cited in the Chronology of Science in the United States 1790-1910 (at this site).
The bibliography is generally organized by author (with some title entries, including periodicals) and gives more specific and complete citation information than provided in the chronology itself. The citations are linked to the appropriate entries in the chronology, which often give additional information about the circumstances, nature, or significance of the publication. In all cases, the surrounding chronology entries will provide general context for the work.
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Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. Journal. 1817-1918. [see chronology entry]
Adrain, Robert. "Research Concerning the Probabilities of the Errors Which Appear in Making Observations." Analyst 1 (1808): 93-109. [see chronology entry]
Agassiz, Alexander. Revision of the Echini. [Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College, v. 3 / Illustrated Catalogue of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College, no. 7]. 4 vols. [762pp.]. Cambridge: University Press, 1872-1874. [see chronology entry]
Agassiz, Louis. Contributions to the Natural History of the United States. 4 vols. Boston: Little Brown and Company; London, Trubner & Co., 1857-1862. (Vol. 1 included his "Essay on Classification" as introduction) [see chronology entry]
Agassiz, Louis and Augustus Addison Gould. Principles of Zoology: Touching the Structure, Development, Distribution, and Natural Arrangement of the Races of Animals, Living and Extinct: with Numerous Illustrations: Part I, Comparative Physiology: for the Use of Schools and Colleges. 216pp. Boston: Gould, Kendall and Lincoln, 1848. [see chronology entry]
Allen, Joel Asaph. "On the Mammals and Winter Birds of East Florida, with an Examination of Certain Assumed Specific Characters in Birds, and a Sketch of the Bird Faunae of Eastern North America." Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 2 (1871): 161-450. [see chronology entry]
Alter, David. "On Certain Physical Properties of Light, Produced by the Combustion of Different Metals in the Electric Spark, Refracted by a Prism." American Journal of Science, 2nd ser., 18 (1854): 55-57. Also, "On Certain Physical Properties of the Light of the Electric Spark, within Certain Gases, as Seen through a Prism." Ibid., 2nd ser., 19 (1855): 213-214. [see chronology entry]
American Anthropologist. 1888+ [see chronology entry]
American Association for the Advancement of Science. Proceedings. 1848+ [see chronology entry]
American Botanist. 1901-1948. [see chronology entry]
American Chemical Journal. 1879-1913. [see chronology entry]
American Chemical Society. Journal. 1879+ [see chronology entry]
American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac. 1852+ [see chronology entry]
American Farmer. 1819-1897. [see chronology entry]
American Geographical and Statistical Society. Bulletin. 1852-1915 (1864+, American Geographical Society of New York) [see chronology entry]
American Geologist. 1888-1905. [see chronology entry]
American Journal of Anatomy. 1901+ [see chronology entry]
American Journal of Mathematics. 1878+ [see chronology entry]
American Journal of Physiology. 1898+ [see chronology entry]
American Journal of Psychology. 1887+ [see chronology entry]
American Journal of Science and Arts. 1818+ [see chronology entry]
American Mathematical Monthly. 1894+ [see chronology entry]
American Mathematical Society. Bulletin 1891+ (1891-1894, as Bulletin of the New York Mathematical Society) [Chronology entry 1 / Chronology entry 2]
American Mathematical Society. Transactions. 1900+ [Chronology entry 1 / Chronology entry 2]
American Medical and Philosophical Register. 1810-1814. [see chronology entry]
American Men of Science: A Biographical Directory. [1st edition]. Edited by James McKeen Cattell. 364pp. New York: Science Press, 1906. [see chronology entry]
American Midland Naturalist. 1909+ [see chronology entry]
American Mineralogical Journal, 1810-1814. [see chronology entry]
American Museum Journal. 1900+ (1919+, Natural History). [see chronology entry]
American Museum of Natural History. Bulletin. 1881+ [see chronology entry]
American Naturalist.1867+ [see chronology entry]
American Philosophical Society. Proceedings. 1838+ [see chronology entry]
American Public Health Association. "Report of Committee on Standard Methods of Water Analysis to the Laboratory Section of the American Public Health Association, Presented at the Havana Meeting, January 9, 1905." Journal of Infectious Diseases, supplement 1 (May 1905): 1-141. [see chronology entry]
American Society of Civil Engineers. Transactions. 1872+ [see chronology entry]
American Statistical Association. Publications. 1888+ (1922+, Journal) [see chronology entry]
Analyst, or Mathematical Museum. 1808, 1814. [see chronology entry]
Annual of Scientific Discovery. 1850-1871. [see chronology entry]
Astronomical Journal. 1849+ [see chronology entry]
Astronomical Papers Prepared for the Use of the American Ephemeris and National Almanac. Vol. 1-Washington: Bureau of Navigation, Navy Dept., 1882- [1879-] [see chronology entry]
Astronomy and Astro-Physics. 1891-1894 (continued numbering of Sidereal Messenger, founded 1882; in 1895, superseded by Astrophysical Journal, which began new numbering) [see chronology entry]
Astrophysical Journal. 1895+ [see chronology entry]
Audubon, John James. The Birds of America, from Original Drawings by John James Audubon. 4 vols. London: Published by the author, 1827-1838. [see chronology entry]
Audubon, John James. Ornithological Biography, or, An Account of the Habits of the Birds of the United States of America: Accompanied by Descriptions of the Objects Represented in the Work Entitled The Birds of America: and Interspersed with Delineations of American Scenery and Manners. 5 vols. Edinburgh: A. Black, 1831-1839. [see chronology entry]
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Babcock, Stephen Moulton. A New Method for the Estimation of Fat in Milk Especially Adapted to Creameries and Cheese Factories. Bulletin 24. 18pp. Madison, Wis.: University of Wisconsin, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1890. [see chronology entry]
Bache, Alexander Dallas [committee chair]. "Report of Experiments Made by the Committee of the Franklin Institute of Pennsylvania, on the Explosion of Steam-Boilers, at the Request of the Treasury Department of the United States." Journal of the Franklin Institute, n.s., 17 (1836): 1-20, 73-92, 145-164, 217-233, 289-298. [see chronology entry]
Baekeland, Leo H.. "The Synthesis, Constitution, and Uses of Bakelite." Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry 1 (March 1909): 149-161. [see chronology entry]
Barton, Benjamin Smith. Elements of Botany: Or Outlines of the Natural History of Vegetables. xii, [2], 302, 32, 168, (38) pp. and 30 plates. Philadelphia: [Published for the author], 1803. [see chronology entry]
Barton, Benjamin Smith. New Views of the Origin of the Tribes and Nations in America. [The second edition, corrected and greatly enlarged]. [2], xxviii, cix, [1], 133, [1], 32pp. Philadelphia: [Printed for the author], 1798. (First edition, 1797) [see chronology entry]
Bartram, William. Travels Through North & South Carolina, Georgia, East and West Florida , the Cherokee Country, the Extensive Territories of the Muscogulges, or Creek Confederacy, and the Country of the Chactaws; Containing an Account of the Soil and Natural Productions of Those Regions; Together with Observations on the Manners of the Indians. 522pp. Philadelphia: Printed by James and Johnson, 1791. [see chronology entry]
Beaumont, William. Experiments and Observations on the Gastric Juice and the Physiology of Digestion. 280pp. Plattsburgh, N.Y.: Printed by F. P. Allen, 1833. [see chronology entry]
Bessey, Charles Edwin. Botany for High Schools and Colleges. 611pp. New York: H. Holt and Co., 1880. [see chronology entry]
Bessey, Charles Edwin. "Evolution and Classification" Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 42 (1894): 237-251. [see chronology entry]
Bessey, Charles Edwin. "Phylogenetic Taxonomy of Flowering Plants." Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 2 (1915): 109-164. [see chronology entry]
Biddle, Nicholas and Paul Allen. History of the Expedition under the Command of Captains Lewis and Clark, to the Sources of the Missouri, Thence across the Rocky Mountains and down the River Columbia to the Pacific Ocean, Performed during the Years 1804-5-6. Prepared for the press by Paul Allen. 2 vols. Philadelphia: Bradford and Inskeep; New York: Abm. H. Inskeep, 1814. [see chronology entry]
Bigelow, Jacob. Elements of Technology, Taken Chiefly from a Course of Lectures Delivered at Cambridge, on the Application of the Sciences to the Useful Arts. Now Published for the Use of Seminaries and Students. 507pp. Boston: Hilliard, Gray, Little and Wilkins, 1829. [see chronology entry]
Biological Bulletin. 1899+ [see chronology entry]
Bird Lore. 1899+ (1941+, Audubon Magazine). [see chronology entry]
Bonaparte, Charles Lucien. American Ornithology or the Natural History of Birds Inhabiting the United States, Not Given by Wilson. 4 vols. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Carey, 1825-1833. [see chronology entry]
Bonaparte, Charles Lucien. Observations on the Nomenclature of Wilson's "Ornithology." [250]pp. Philadelphia: A. Finely, 1826. [see chronology entry]
Bond, George Phillips. "Account of the Great Comet of 1858." Annals of the Astronomical Observatory of Harvard College 3 (1862), 372pp. [see chronology entry]
Botanical Gazette. 1875+ (Vol. 1 as Botanical Bulletin) [see chronology entry]
Bowditch, Henry Pickering. "The Growth of Children." In [Eighth] Annual Report of the State Board of Health of Massachusetts, pp.275-325. Boston: A. J. Wright, 1877. [see chronology entry]
Bowditch, Henry Pickering. "Note on the Nature of Nerve-Force." Journal of Physiology 6 (1885): 133-135. [see chronology entry]
Bowditch, Henry Pickering. "The Relation between Growth and Disease." Transactions of the American Medical Association 32 (1881): 371-377. [see chronology entry]
Bowditch, Nathaniel. "An Estimate of the Height, Direction, Velocity and Magnitude of the Meteor, That Exploded over Weston in Connecticut, December 14, 1807 ..." Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 3, part 1 (1815): 213-236. [see chronology entry]
Bowditch, Nathaniel. Mecanique Celeste, by the Marquis de La Place; translated with a commentary by Nathaniel Bowditch. 4 vols. Boston: Hillard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins, 1829-1839. [see chronology entry]
Bowditch, Nathaniel. New American Practical Navigator: Being an Epitome of Navigation: Containing All the Tables Necessary To Be Used with the Nautical Almanac in DeterMining the Latitude, and the Longitude by Lunar Observations, and Keeping a Complete Reckoning at Sea: Illustrated by Proper Rules and Examples: the Whole Exemplified in a Journal, Kept from Boston to Madeira ...: Enriched with a Number of New Tables. 1st ed. 589pp. Newburyport, Mass.: Printed by Edmund M. Blunt, for Brown & Stansbury, New York, 1802. [see chronology entry]
Brace, DeWitt Bristol. "Double Refraction in Matter Moving Through the Ether." Philosophical Magazine, n.s., 7 (1904): 317-328. [see chronology entry]
Brooks, William Keith. The Foundations of Zoology. 339pp. New York and London: Macmillan Company, 1899. [see chronology entry]
Bumpus, Hermon Carey. "The Elimination of the Unfit as Illustrated by the Introduced Sparrow, Passer domesticus." Biological Lectures delivered at the Marine Biological Laboratory, Wood's Hole, Mass., 1898, 4 (1899): 209-226. [see chronology entry]
Burnham, Sherburne Wesley. A General Catalogue of 1290 Double Stars Discovered from 1871 to 1899 by S. W. Burnham, Arranged in Order of Right Ascension with All the Micrometrical Measures of Each Pair. Publications of the Yerkes Observatory 1. 296pp. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1900. [see chronology entry]
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California. State Earthquake Investigation Commission. The California Earthquake of April 18, 1906. Report of the State Earthquake Investigation Commission ... Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication 87. 2 vols. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1908-1910. [see chronology entry]
Calkins, Gary Nathan. The Protozoa. Columbia University biological series 6. 347pp. New York and London: Macmillan, 1901. [see chronology entry]
Cambridge Miscellany of Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy. 1842-1843. [see chronology entry]
Castle, William Ernest and John C. Phillips. "A Successful Ovarian Transplantation in the Guinea Pig, and Its Bearing on Problems of Genetics." Science 30 (1909): 312-313. [see chronology entry]
Chamberlin, Thomas Chrowder. "Fundamental Problems of Geology." Year-book [1904] of the Carnegie Institution of Washington 3 (1905): 195-258; abstract, 117-118. [see chronology entry]
Chamberlin, Thomas Chrowder. The Origin of the Earth. University of Chicago science series. 271pp. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1916. [see chronology entry]
Chandler, Seth Carlo. "On the Variation of Latitude." Astronomical Journal 11 (1891): 59-61, 65-70, 75-79, 83-86; 12 (1892): 17-22, 57-62, 65-72, 97-101; 13 (1893): 159-162, 182. [see chronology entry]
Chapman, Alvan Wentworth. Flora of the Southern United States: Containing Abridged Descriptions of the Flowering Plants and Ferns of Tennessee, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida: Arranged According to the Natural System. 621pp. New York: Ivison, 1860. [see chronology entry]
Chemical Abstracts. 1907+ [see chronology entry]
Chittenden, Russell Henry. Physiological Economy in Nutrition with Special Reference to the Minimal Proteid Requirements of the Healthy Man, An Experimental Study. 478pp. New York: F. A. Stokes Co., 1904. [see chronology entry]
Chittenden, Russell Henry. "Ueber Glycogen und Glysocoll im Muskelgewebe von Pecten irradians." Justus Liebig’s Annalen der Chemie 178 (1875): 266. Translated from: "On Glycogen and Glycocoll in the Muscular Tissue of Pecten irradians." American Journal of Science, 3rd ser., 10 (1875): 26-32. [see chronology entry]
Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth. The Data of Geochemistry. U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 330. 716pp. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office,1908. [see chronology entry]
Cleaveland, Parker. An Elementary Treatise on Mineralogy and Geology: Being an Introduction to the Study of These Sciences. 668pp. Boston: Cummings and Hilliard, 1816. [see chronology entry]
Clements, Frederic Edward. Genera of Fungi. 227pp. Minneapolis: H. W. Wilson Company, 1909. [see chronology entry]
Clinton, DeWitt. "An Introductory Discourse Delivered …on the Fourth of May, 1814 [on the progress of science in America]." Transactions of the Literary and Philosophical Society of New York 1 (1815): 19-184. Also contemporary separate editions. [see chronology entry]
Coffin, James H.. "Winds of the Northern Hemisphere." Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge 6 (1853), article 6 (198pp.+ plates). [see chronology entry]
Cole, Leon Jacob. "Suggestions for a Method of Studying the Migration of Birds." Report of the Michigan Academy of Science 3 (1902): 67-70. [see chronology entry]
Comstock, John Henry. An Introduction to Entomology.Illustrated by Anna Botsford Comstock. 234pp. Ithaca, N.Y.: The author, 1888. [see chronology entry]
Comstock, John Henry and Anna Botsford Comstock. A Manual for the Study of Insects. 701pp. Ithaca, N.Y.: Comstock Publishing Company, 1895. [see chronology entry]
Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences. Memoirs. 1810-1816 (resumed 1910) [see chronology entry]
Conrad, Timothy Abbott. Fossil Shells of the Tertiary Formations of North America. Illustrated by figures drawn on stone, from nature. vol. 1, parts 1-4 (56pp.). Philadelphia: Judah Dobson, 1832-1833. [see chronology entry]
Conrad, Timothy Abbott. Fossil Shells of the Tertiary Formation of North America: [subtitle] Eocene Fossils of Claiborne, with Observations on This Formation in the United States, and Geological Map of Alabama. pp.29-56. Philadelphia: 1835. Note: This is a revised edition of his Fossil Shells of the Tertiary Formations of North America, parts 3-4 (1833). [see chronology entry]
Conrad, Timothy Abbott. Fossils of the Tertiary Formations of the United States. Illustrated by figures drawn from nature. 3 [4] parts (80 [89] pp.). Philadelphia: Judah Dobson, 1838-1845 [1861]. Note: Titles on wrappers: no. 1-2, Fossils of the Medial Tertiary of the United States; no. 3: Fossils of the Miocene Formation of the United States. [see chronology entry]
Conrad, Timothy Abbott. "Observations on the Tertiary Strata of the Atlantic Coast," American Journal of Science 28 (1835): 104-111, 280-282. [see chronology entry]
Cooke, Josiah Parsons, Jr. First Principles of Chemical Philosophy. 196pp. Cambridge, Mass.: Welch, Bigelow, 1868. [see chronology entry]
Cooke, Josiah Parsons, Jr. "The Numerical Relation Between the Atomic Weights and Some Thoughts on the Classification of the Chemical Elements." Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, n.s., 5 (1855): 235-257, 412. Also in American Journal of Science, 2nd ser., 17 (1854): 387-407. [see chronology entry]
Cooke, Josiah Parsons, Jr. Religion and Chemistry or Proof of God's Plan in the Atmosphere and Its Elements: Ten Lectures Delivered at the Brooklyn Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y., on the Graham Foundation. 348pp. New York: C. Scribner, 1864. [see chronology entry]
Coolidge, William David. "Ductile Tungsten." Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers 29, part 2 (1910): 961-965. [see chronology entry]
Cooper, Thomas. A Practical Treatise on Dyeing and Calicoe Printing: Exhibiting the Processes in the French, German, English, and American Practice of Fixing Colours on Woollen, Cotton, Silk, and Linen. 506pp. Philadelphia: Published by Thomas Dobson, 1815. [see chronology entry]
Cope, Edward Drinker. "The Method of Creation of Organic Forms," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 12 (1871): 229-263. [see chronology entry]
Cope, Edward Drinker. "On the Origins of Genera" Proceedings of the Academy of the Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 20 (1868): 242-300. [see chronology entry]
Cope, Edward Drinker. The Primary Factors of Organic Evolution. 547pp. Chicago and London: Open Court Publishing Company, 1896. [see chronology entry]
Cope, Edward Drinker. The Vertebrata of the Cretaceous Formations of the West. Report of the U.S. Geological Survey of the Territories. F. V. Hayden, U.S. Geologist in charge, vol. 2. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1875. [see chronology entry]
Cope, Edward Drinker. The Vertebrata of the Tertiary Formations of the West, Book I. Department of the U.S. Geological Survey of the Territories. F. V. Hayden, U.S. geologist-in-charge, vol. III. 1009pp. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1883. [see chronology entry]
Coues, Elliott. Key to North American Birds, Containing a Concise Account of Every Species of Living and Fossil Bird at Present Known from the Continent North of the Mexican and United States Boundary. 361pp. Salem, Mass.: Naturalists' Agency; New York: Dodd and Mead, 1872. [see chronology entry]
Cross, C(harles) Whitman, Joseph Paxson Iddings, Louis V. Pirsson, and Henry S. Washington. Quantitative Classification of Igneous Rocks, Based on Chemical and Mineral Characters, with Systematic Nomenclature. 286pp. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; London: W. Wesley & Son, 1903. [see chronology entry]
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Dall, William Healey. Alaska and Its Resources. 627pp. Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1870. [see chronology entry]
Dall, William Healey. "Contributions to the Tertiary Fauna of Florida: With Special Reference to the Miocene Silex-Beds of Tampa and the Pliocene Beds of the Caloosahatchie River." Transactions of the Wagner Free Institute of Science of Philadelphia 3, parts 1-6 (1890-1903). [see chronology entry]
Dalton, John Call. Experimentation on Animals, as a Means of Knowledge in Physiology, Pathology, and Practical Medicine. 71pp. New York: Christern, 1875. [see chronology entry]
Dalton, John Call. A Treatise on Human Physiology… 608pp. Philadelphia: Blanchard and Lea, 1859. [see chronology entry]
Dana, James Dwight. "The Classification of Animals Based on the Principle of Cephalization [Number 1-3]." American Journal of Science, 2nd ser., 36 (1863): 321-352; 37 (1864): 10-33; 37 (1864): 157-186. [see chronology entry]
Dana, James Dwight. Manual of Geology, Treating of the Principles of the Science, with Special Reference to American Geological History, for the Use of Colleges, Academies, and Schools of Science. 800pp. Philadelphia: T. Bliss & Co.; London: Trübner & Co., 1862. [see chronology entry]
Dana, James Dwight. "On Cephalization." New Englander 22 (1863): 495-506. [see chronology entry]
Dana, James Dwight. A System of Mineralogy: Including an Extended Treatise on Crystallography with an Appendix, Containing the Application of Mathematics to Crystallographic Investigation, and a Mineralogical Bibliography. 144, [145-152], 145-452, 119, [1] pp. New Haven: Durrie & Peck and Herrick & Noyes, 1837. [see chronology entry]
Dana, James Freeman and Samuel L. Dana. "Outlines of the Mineralogy and Geology of Boston and Its Vicinity, with a Geological Map." Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 4 (1818): 129-224. [see chronology entry]
Darlington, William. Flora Cestrica: An Attempt to Enumerate and Describe the Flowering and Filicoid Plants of Chester County ... Pennsylvania. 640pp. West Chester, Penn.: Printed for the author by S. Siegfried, 1837. [see chronology entry]
Darlington, William. Florula Cestrica: An Essay towards a Catalogue of the Phænogamous Plants, Native and Naturalized, Growing in the Vicinity of the Borough of West-Chester, in Chester County, Pennsylvania ... To which is Subjoined an Appendix of the Useful Cultivated Plants of the Same District. 152pp. West Chester, Penn.: Printed for the author by S. Siegfried, 1826. [see chronology entry]
Davenport, Charles Benedict. Statistical Methods with Special Reference to Biological Variation. 148pp. New York: J. Wiley & Sons; London: Chapman & Hall Limited, 1899. [see chronology entry]
Davis, William Morris. Elementary Meteorology. 355pp. Boston: Ginn & Company, 1894. [see chronology entry]
Davis, William Morris. "The Rivers and Valleys of Pennsylvania." National Geographic Magazine 1 (1889): 183-253. [see chronology entry]
Davis, William Morris. "The Rivers of Northern New Jersey with Notes on the Classification of Rivers in General," National Geographic Magazine 2 (1890): 81-110. [see chronology entry]
Deane, Samuel. The New England Farmer; or Georgical Dictionary: Containing a Compendious Account of the Ways and Methods in Which the Most Important Art of Husbandry, in All Its Various Branches, Is, or May Be, Practised to the Greatest Advantage in this Country. 335pp. Worcester: Isaiah Thomas, 1790. [see chronology entry]
DeForest, Lee. "[U.S. Patent] 841,387. A Device for Amplifying Feeble Electrical Currents. Lee de Forest, New York, N.Y." Official Gazette 126 (January 15, 1907): 908. [see chronology entry]
Delafield, Francis and Theophil Mitchell Prudden. A Handbook of Pathological Anatomy and Histology, with an Introductory Section on Post-Mortem Examinations and the Methods of Preserving and ExaMining Diseased Tissues. [2nd ed.] 575pp. New York: W. Wood and Company, 1885. [see chronology entry]
Donaldson, Henry Herbert. "Anatomical Observations on the Brain and Several Sense-Organs of the Blind Deaf-Mute, Laura Dewey Bridgman." American Journal of Psychology 3, no. 3 (September 1890): 293-342; and 4, no. 2 (December 1891): 248-294. [see chronology entry]
Donaldson, Henry Herbert. "A Comparison of the White Rat with Man in Respect to the Growth of the Entire Body." Boas Anniversary Volume, pp.5-26. New York: G. E. Stechert & Co., 1906. [see chronology entry]
Donaldson, Henry Herbert. The Growth of the Brain: A Study of the Nervous System in Relation to Education. 374pp. London: W. Scott, 1895. [see chronology entry]
Drake, Daniel. A Systematic Treatise, Historical, Etiological and Practical, on the Principal Diseases of the Interior Valley of North America, as They Appear in the Caucasian, African, Indian, and Esquimaux Varieties of Its Population. 2 vols. Cincinnati: W. B. Smith & Co.; New York: Mason & Law; [etc., etc.], 1850; Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo & Co., 1854. [see chronology entry]
Draper, Henry. "On the Construction of a Silvered Glass Telescope 15-1/2 Inches in Aperture, and Its Use in Celestial Photography." Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge 14 (1864), article 4 (55pp.). [see chronology entry]
Draper, John William. History of the Conflict Between Religion and Science. 373pp. New York: D. Appleton [c1874]. [see chronology entry]
Draper, John William. Human Physiology, Statical and Dynamical; or, The Conditions and Course of the Life of Man. 649pp. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1856. [see chronology entry]
Draper, John William. "On Some Analogies between the Phaenomena of the Chemical Rays, and Those of Radiant Heat." Philosophical Magazine, 3rd ser., 19 (1841): 195-210. [see chronology entry]
Draper, John William. "On the Process of Daguerreotype and Its Application to Taking Portraits from Life." Philosophical Magazine, 3rd ser., 16 (June 1840): 535 [announcement]; 17 (September 1840): 217-225. [see chronology entry]
Duggar, Benjamin Minge. Fungus Diseases of Plants, with Chapters on Physiology, Culture Methods and Technique. 508pp. New York: Ginn, 1909. [see chronology entry]
Dunglison, Robley. Human Physiology. 2 vols. Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, 1832. [see chronology entry]
Dutton, Clarence Edward. Report on the Geology of the High Plateaus of Utah, with Atlas. Department of the Interior. U.S. Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region. J.W. Powell, in charge. 307pp. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1880. [see chronology entry]
Dutton, Clarence Edward. The Tertiary History of the Grand Canyon District. U.S. Geological Survey Monographs, no. 2. 264pp. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1882. [see chronology entry]
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East, Edward Murray. "A Mendelian Interpretation of Variation That Is Apparently Continuous." American Naturalist 44 (1910): 65-82. [see chronology entry]
Eaton, Amos. A Geological and Agricultural Survey of the District Adjoining the Erie Canal: Taken under the Direction of the Hon. Stephen Van Rensselaer. Part I. Containing a Description of the Rock Formations; Together with a Geological Profile, Extending from the Atlantic to Lake Erie. 163pp. Albany: Printed by Packard & Van Benthuysen, 1824. [see chronology entry]
Eaton, Amos. Index to the Geology of the Northern States, with a Transverse Section from Catskill Mountain to the Atlantic: Prepared for the Geological Classes at Williams College, Northampton, Belchertown, Leicester and Worcester, (Mass.). 52pp. Leicester, Mass.: Printed by Hori Brown, 1818. [see chronology entry]
Eaton, Amos. Manual of Botany for the Northern States: Comprising Generic Descriptions of All Phenogamous and Cryptogamous Plants to the North of Virginia, hitherto Described: with References to the Natural Orders of Linneus and Jussieu: Each Genus Is Further Illustrated by Short Descriptions of Its Most Common Species, By the Members of the Botanical Class in Williams' College (Mass.), from a Manuscript System, Compiled by the Author of Richard's Botanical Dictionary. 164pp. Albany: Printed by Websters and Skinners, 1817. [see chronology entry]
Economic Geology. 1905+ [see chronology entry]
Eddy, Mary Baker. Science and Health with Key to the Scripture. 456pp. Boston: Christian Scientist Publishing Company, 1875. [see chronology entry]
Elliott, Stephen. Sketch of the Botany of South Carolina and Georgia. 2 vols. Charleston: J. R. Schenck, 1816-1824. [see chronology entry]
Emmons, Ebenezer. Geology of New York, Part 2: Comprising the Survey of the Second Geological District. 437pp. Albany: [W. & A. White and J. Visscher], 1842. [see chronology entry]
Emmons, Ebenezer. Manual of Mineralogy and Geology: Designed for the Use of Schools; and for Persons Attending Lectures on These Subjects, as also a Convenient Pocket Companion for Travellers, in the United States of America. 229pp. Albany: Printed by Websters and Skinners, 1826. [see chronology entry]
Emporium of Arts and Sciences. 1812-1814. [see chronology entry]
Engelmann, George. "… Cactaceae of the Boundary." Report on the United States and Mexican Boundary Survey, Made under the Direction of the Secretary of the Interior, by William H. Emory, major First Cavalry, and United States commissioner, vol. 2 (78pp.). 34th Cong., 1st sess. House. Ex. doc. 135. 2 vols. in 3. Washington, DC: C. Wendell, Printer; A. O. P. Nicholson, Printer, 1857-59. [see chronology entry]
Espy, James Pollard. First [-Fourth] Report on Meteorology. 4 vols. in 3. Washington, DC: [1843]-1857. [see chronology entry]
Espy, James Pollard. The Philosophy of Storms. 552pp. Boston: C.C. Little and J. Brown, 1841. [see chronology entry]
Evans, Oliver. The Young Mill-Wright & Miller's Guide. [8], 160, ii, [1], 4-178 [i.e. 176], x, [1], 12-90, 10, [12] pp. Philadelphia: Printed for, and sold by the author, no. 215, North Second Street., 1795. [see chronology entry]
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Ferrel, William. "The Motions of Fluids and Solids Relative to the Earth's Surface." Mathematical Monthly 1 and 2 (January 1859-August 1860); vol. 1:140-148, 210-216, 300-307, 366-373, 397-406; and vol. 2: 89-97, 339-346, 374-390. [see chronology entry]
Fiske, John. The Outlines of Cosmic Philosophy Based on the Doctrine of Evolution, with Criticisms on the Positive Philosophy. 2 vols. London: Macmillan and Company, 1874. [see chronology entry]
Fitch, Asa. "[1st-14th] Report on the Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York." Transactions of the New York State Agricultural Society 14 (1854 [1855]): 705-880; 15 (1855 [1856]): 409-559; 16 (1856 [1856]): 315-490; 17 (1857 [1858]): 687-753; 18 (1858 [1859]): 781-854; 20 (1860 [1861]): 745-868; 21 (1861 [1862]): 813-859; 22 (1862 [1863]): 657-691; 23 (1863 [1864]): 778-823; 24 (1864 [1865]): 433-461; 26 (1866 [1866]): 487-543; 27 pt. 2 (1867 [1868]): 889-932; 29 (1869 [1870]): 495-566; 30 (1870 [1872]): 355-381. [see chronology entry]
Fleming, Williamina Paton Stevens. "Draper Catalogue of Stellar Spectra: Photographed with the 8-Inch Bache Telescope as a Part of the Henry Draper Memorial." Annals of the Astronomical Observatory of Harvard College 27 (1890), 388pp. [see chronology entry]
Flexner, Abraham. Medical Education in the United States and Canada: A Report to the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. 346pp. New York City: [Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching], 1910. [see chronology entry]
Forbes, Stephen Alfred. "The Lake as a Microcosm." Bulletin of the Scientific Association of Peoria, Illinois 1 (1887): 77-87. [see chronology entry]
Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania for the Promotion of the Mechanic Arts. Journal. 1826+ [see chronology entry]
Fremont, John. Report of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the Year 1842: and to Oregon and North California in the Years 1843-44. U.S. 28th Cong., 2d sess. Senate. Ex. doc. 174. 693pp. Washington: Gales and Seaton, Printers, 1845. [see chronology entry]


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