Proceedings - Staten Island Institute of Arts and Sciences, Volumes 1-3 (Google eBook)

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Staten Island Institute of Arts and Sciences., 1907 - Science
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Observations on two water spouts in Raritan Bay
Noteworthy Staten Island insects with additions to the local lists
Time of arrival of the barn swallow on Staten Island
A few notes on the American woodcock Philohela minor Gmel
A remarkable hailstorm PI III
A new species of tree cricket
in connection with the 25th Anniversary of the organization
The Natural Science Association of Staten IslandWalter C Kerr
Their Influence and ValueDr Nathan
By Philip Dowel I
By Stafford C Edwards
Note by the Committee of Arrangements
By Arthur Hollick
A newly discovered outcrop of Triassic rock on Staten Island 16
Resolution Adopted by the Association November 17 1906 xl
Lawrences and Brewsters Warblers by James Chapin 21
Insect borings in Cretaceous lignite from Kreischerville 23
A soapstone drift bowlder containing magnetite 31
Chemical Analysis of Cretaceous Amber from Kreischerville
Records of Meetings 40
Two old publications relating to Staten Island and vicinity 43
Notes on New Jersey Amphibians and Reptiles by William
The Massacre of the Lenape Indians in 1643 by Alanson
A Case of Involuntary Suicide by Lloyd M Bayne 62
The Coot in the Vicinity of Staten Island by James Chapin
A Days Collecting on a Staten Island Indian Site by Wil
Annual Address of the President of the Association
Records of Meetings 102
Exercises held in Connection with the Opening of the
The Chestnut Disease on Staten Island by Arthur Hollick 125
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