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Comparison of the Geological Features of Tennessee with Those of the State of New York. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 256-259., 1852.
Sur la Faune Primordiale en Amerique. Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de France 19, 725-734., 1862.
Discussion on Drift Phenomena. American Journal of Science, vol.45, pp.332-333, 1843 45, 332-333., 1843.
Observations on Some Species of Spirifera. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 10, 246-254., 1866.
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.
Some Suggestions Regarding the Subdivision and Grouping of the Species Usually Included Under the Generic Term Orthis ... Geological Society of America Bulletin 19-22., 1890.
Descriptions of Invertebrate Fossils,Mainly from the Silurian System. Ohio Division of Geological Survey Bulletin Rpt 2, 65-157., 1875.
Comments on Prof. Gibbes' Paper on Niagara Falls. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 10, 76-78., 1857.
Geological History of the North American Continent. Albany, New York., 1869.
Remarks on the Observations of S. S. Haldeman 'On the Supposed Identity of Atops trilineatus with Triarthrus beckii'. American Journal of Science 5, 322-327., 1848.
A Geological Map of the State of New York. Transactions of the Society of Mining Engineers of American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, Incorporated 21, 566-572., 1893.
Laurentian Magnetic Iron Ore Deposits in Northern New York. New York State Museum Annual Report 32, 133-140., 1879.
Observations on Genera of Brachiopoda. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 12, 27-44., 1859.
Species of Fossil Reticulate Sponges Constituting the Family Dictyospongidae. New York State Museum Annual Report 35, 465-482., 1884.
On Fossil Trees from Gilboa, Schoharie County, New York. Transactions of the Albany Institute 129-131., 1871.
On Graptolites, Their Duration in Geological Periods, and Their Value in the Identification of Strata. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 2, 351-352., 1850.
Contributions to the Palaeontology of New York Being Some of the Results of Investigations Made During the Years 1859 and 1860. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 14, 87-110., 1861.
On Wave Lines and Casts of Mud Furrows. American Journal of Science 45, 148-149., 1843.
Note on the Eurypteridae of the Devonian and Carboniferous Formations of Pennsylvania; with a Supplementary Note on Stylonurus excelsior. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 33, 420-422., 1885.
On the Geographical Distribution of Fossils in the Paleozoic Strata of the United States. American Journal of Science 47, 117-118., 1844.