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BOOK

Title:  
On the progress of the North American carboniferous flora, in preparation for the 2d geological survey of Pennsylvania
Creator:
Lesquereux, Leo, 1806-1889
Publication:
S.l, n.d.]
Notes:  
From the Proceedings of the American philosophical society, v.16, Jan.5, 1877.
Call #:  
Pam. v.437, no.11
Extent:
20 p. ;



BOOK

Title:  
On the progress of the North American carboniferous flora, in preparation for the 2d geological survey of Pennsylvania
Creator:
Lesquereux, Leo, 1806-1889
Publication:
S.l, n.d.]
Notes:  
From the Proceedings of the American philosophical society, v.16, Jan.5, 1877.
Call #:  
Pam. v.387, no.25
Extent:
20 p. ;



BOOK

Title:  
Description of the coal flora of the Carboniferous formation in Pennsylvania and throughout the United States
Creator:
Lesquereux, Leo, 1806-1889
Publication:
Board of Commissioners for the Second Geological Survey, Harrisburg, 1880-1884.
Notes:  
Paged continuously; v.1: 1 p. l., P xv, 354 P p.; v.: P v, 355 P-694 P, P lxiii, 4 p., 1 l.; v.3: v P, 695 P-P 977, 8 p. Vol. I has half-title: Coal flora of Pennsylvania. Atlas has title: Atlas to the coal flora of Pennsylvania and of the Carboniferous formation throughout the United States ... 1879. "Literature of the U. S. coal flora": v. 2, p. 685 P-694 P.
Call #:  
557.48 P38R P
Extent:
3 v. in 2. : fronts. (maps) plates (nearly double) and atlas of 2 p. l., 18 p., LXXXV (i.e. 87) fold. pl. ; 22 1/2 com.



BOOK

Title:  
Fossil plants from the anthracite coal fields of eastern Pennsylvania
Creators:
Oleksyshyn, John. | Pennsylvania Geological Survey. | Pennsylvania Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey.
Publication:
Pennsylvania Geological Survey, Fourth series, Harrisburg, 1982.
Notes:  
Includes index. Bibliography: p. 139-145.
Call #:  
557.48 OL2F
Extent:
vi, [1], 157 p. : illus., diagrs. ; 23 cm.



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1845-1852
Abstract:  

There are botanical notebooks which concern Bunbury's study of fossil plants in general, with special studies on the fossil plants in the Geological Society in Richmond, Virginia, and at Aix-la-Chapelle, Cape Breton Island, and Pennsylvania. There is also a historical sketch of eminent English naturalists.
Call #:  
Mss.B.B88
Extent:
0.25 Linear feet