Bulletin, Issue 76

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The Bureau, 1918 - Geology

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Page 49 - Catalogue of West North American and many Foreign Shells with their Geographical Ranges, by JG Cooper. Printed for the State Mining Bureau, April, 1894. Report of the Board of Trustees for the Four Years Ending September, 1900. 15 pp. (Out of Print.) Bulletin. Reconnaissance of the Colorado Desert Mining District, by Stephen Bowers. 1901, 19 pp., 2 illustrations. (Out of Print.) Contains description
Page 25 - publications is that many of them have been distributed without cost to the public, and even the more elaborate ones have been sold at a cost to cover actual
Page 25 - mentioned were printed in limited editions which are now entirely exhausted. Copies of such publications are available for reference, however, at the bureau's offices in the Ferry Building, San Francisco,
Page 25 - a large part of which could not be duplicated from any other source. One feature which has added to the popularity of these publications
Page 33 - 1915, 974 pp.. 275 illustrations. By Fletcher Hamilton. (Price $2.00.) This volume contains a complete general report upon the mines and mineral resources of the following counties: Amador, Calaveras, Tuolumne. Colusa, Glenn, Lake, Marin, Napa, Solano, Sonoma, Tolo, Del Norte, Humboldt, Mendocino, Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, San Diego, Imperial, Shasta, Siskiyou,
Page 25 - Owing to the fact that funds for the advancing of the work of this department have often been limited, many of the
Page 28 - Fourth Annual Report of the State Mineralogist, 1884, 410 pp., 7 illustrations. By Henry G. Hanks. (Out of Print.) History of Geological Surveys

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