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Upon Some of the Results of the Paleontological Investigations in the State of New York. American Journal of Science 5, 243-249., 1848.
On the Parallelism of the Paleozoic Deposits of North America with those of Europe. Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de France 4, 646-710., 1847.
Winter Insects of Eastern New York. American Journal of Agriculture 5, 275*277., 1847.
On the General Results of Investigations in the Paleontology of the Lower Strata of New York. American Quarterly Journal of Agriculture and Science 6, 210., 1847.
Paleontology of New York Vol. 1: Organic Remains of the Lower Division of the New York System.. New York State Geological Survey, Albany, New York., 1847.
On a Deposit at Clyde, New York, Containing a Cranium of Castoroides ohioensis. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History 4, 167-168., 1846.
Notice of the Geological Position of the Cranium of the Castoroides ohioensis. Boston Journal of Natural History 5, 385-391., 1846.
Nature of the Strata and Geographical Distribution of the Organic Remains in the Older Formations of the United States. Boston Journal of Natural History 5, 1-20., 1845.
On the Geographical Distribution of Fossils in the Paleozoic Strata of the United States. American Journal of Science 47, 117-118., 1844.
Geological Survey of New York. Agricultural Society Transactions 3, 241-278., 1844.
The Geological Survey of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 3, 241-277., 1844.
The Geological Survey of New York; Its Influence Upon the Productive Pursuits of the Community. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 3, 241-278., 1844.
The Mountains of Northern New-York. The Northern Light 4, 77-80., 1844.
Observations on Brachiopoda and Orthocerata. American Journal of Science 47, 109., 1844.
Trenton Falls. The Northern Light 4, 33-36., 1844.
Zoology of New York, or the New-York fauna: Part 2-Birds. D. Appleton: Wiley & Putnam, New York, New York., 1843.
Zoology of New York, or the New-York fauna: Part 5-Mollusca. D. Appleton: Wiley & Putnam, New York, New York., 1843.
Communication from Messrs. Emmons and Hall, State Geologists [on the geological survey], N Y Legislature, Documents of the Senate, 66th sess., vol. 2, no. 60 66th sess, vol. Albany, New York., 1843.
The Crinoidea of the Rocks of New York, Their Geological and Geographical Distribution. American Journal of Science and Arts 45, 349-351., 1843.
Discussion on Drift Phenomena. American Journal of Science, vol.45, pp.332-333, 1843 45, 332-333., 1843.