The State Museum, State Library and State Archives are temporarily Closed.
Search Publications
Also Search by
Export 177 results:
[ Author(Desc)] Title Year
Filters: Author is Hall, J.  [Clear All Filters]
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 
H
Hall, J., 1839. Third Annual Report of the Fourth Geological District of the State of New York. New York Geological Survey, Annual Report 3, 287-339.
Hall, J., 1851. Description of New or Rare Species of Fossils from the Paleozoic Series, in: Foster, J.W., Whitney, J.D. (Eds.), Report On The Geology Of The Lake Superior Land District; Part 2. pp. 203-231.
Hall, J., 1862. On the Potsdam sandstone and Hudson River rocks in Vermont. American Journal of Science 33, 106-108.
Hall, J., 1886. Report on Building Stones. New York State Museum Annual Report 39, 186-225.
Hall, J., 1857. Direction of the Currents of Deposition and Source of the Materials of the Older Paleozoic Rocks. Canadian Naturalist and Quarterly Journal of Science 2, 284-286.
Hall, J., 1865. On the Occurrence of an Internal Convoluted Plate within the Body of Certain Species of Crinoidea. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History 10, 33-34.
Hall, J., 1844. Geological Survey of New York. Agricultural Society Transactions 3, 241-278.
Hall, J., 1890. Report of the State Geologist. New York State Museum Annual Report 43, 207-274.
Hall, J., 1893. Report of Geologist. New York State Museum Annual Report 46, 151-288.
Hall, J., 1879. Fauna of the Niagara Group in Central Indiana. New York State Museum Annual Report 28, 99-203.
Hall, J., 1859. Observations on the Genus Nucleospira. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 12, 24-26.
Hall, J., 1884. Fossil Corals from the Niagara and Upper Helderberg Group. New York State Museum Annual Report 35, 407-464.
Hall, J., 1869. Report of the Curator. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 22, 1-8.
Hall, J., 1850. On the Brachiopoda of the Silurian Period; Particularly the Leptaenidae. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 2, 347-351.

Pages