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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Century of science in America.
New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 1918
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Edward Salisbury Dana
|Description:||458 pages illustrations, portraits.|
|Contents:||The American journal of science from 1818 to 1918, by E.S. Dana. --
A century of geology: the progress of historical geology in North America, by C. Schuchert. --
A century of geology: steps of progress in the interpretation of land forms, by H.E. Gregory. --
A century of geology (continued): the growth of knowledge of earth structure, by J. Barrell. --
A century of government geological surveys, by G.O. Smith. --
On the development of vertebrate paleontology, by R.S. Lull. --
The rise of petrology as a science, by L.V. Pirsson. --
The growth of mineralogy from 1818 to 1918, by W.E. Ford. --
The work of the geophysical laboratory of the Carnegie institution of Washington, by R.B. Sosman. --
The progress of chemistry during the past one hundred years, by H.L. Wells and H.W. Foote. --
A century's progress in physics, by L. Page. --
A century of zoology in America, by W.R. Coe. --
The development of botanty since 1818, by G.L. Goodale.
|Series Title:||Mrs. Hepsa Ely Silliman memorial lectures.|
|Responsibility:||by Edward Salisbury Dana [and others].|