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Hall, J., 1878. Genus Plumalina. New York State Museum Annual Report 30, 255-256.
Hall, J., 1859. Contributions to the Palaeontology of New York. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 12, 7-96.
Hall, J., 1883. Bryozoans of the Upper Helderberg and Hamilton Groups. Transactions of the Albany Institute 10, 145-197.
Hall, J., 1892. Report of Geologist. New York State Museum Annual Report 45, 321-616.
Hall, J., 1859. New American Trilobites [from Hudson River group of Vermont]. Canadian Journal of Natural Sciences 4, 491-493.
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., 1870. Descriptions of New Species of Fossils, from the Devonian Rocks of Iowa. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 23, 223-243.
Hall, J., 1849. On the Supposed Impression in Shale of the Soft Parts of Orthoceras. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 107-111.
Hall, J., Clarke, J.M., 1898. A Memoir on the Paleozoic Reticulate Sponges Constituting the Family Dictyospongidae, New York State Museum Memoir. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
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., 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., 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.

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