Atlas Universel. Tableau de Geologie et des Revolutions de Globe. Par Henri Duval, Chevalier de la Legion d'honneur, Professeur d'Histoire, de Geographie, de Belles-lettres, & &. Paris (1834), Chez l'Auteur, rue de la Chaussee d'Antin, No.15... Johanneau, Rue du Coq. 8 bis. ,,, Impie. lith. de E. Houbloup, rue Dauphine 22 et 24.
Line drawing shows the mountains of the world. Color cross-section shows the earth's crust and atmosphere. Discussion of fossils, volcanoes, rivers, etc.
[Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region (U.S.), Jenney, Walter Proctor, 1849-1921, Newton, Henry, 1845-1877]
Bird's eye view of the Black Hills to illustrate the geological structure. Dept. of the Interior, U.S.G. and G. Survey, J.W. Powell, in charge. Geology of the Black Hills by Henry Newton, E.M. (Julius Bien, Lith. New York, 1879)
[Hitchcock, Charles H. (Charles Henry), 1836-1919, New Hampshire. Geological Survey]
(Composite of General geological map of New Hampshire, embracing portions of Maine, Vermont, and Quebec. Julius Bien, New York, 1878)
Col. lithographed map on 6 sheets. Each sheet includes explanation and 4-5 cross sections. Vertical and horizontal scale 2 1/2 miles to an in. Contour inverval 100 ft. Title from Marcou. Explanation is in v. 2, p. 672 of "Geology of New Hampshire." Covers adjacent areas of Maine, Vermont and Quebec.
California. State Earthquake Investigation Commission
Map of California and Nevada showing the distribution of apparent intensity in the region affected by the earthquake of April 18, 1906. Drawn by M. Solem. Earthquake Investigation Commission. A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore. (Carnegie Institution of Washington. 1908)
Color. Covers also parts of Oregon and Idaho. Rossi-Forel scale.