Proceedings of the Colorado Scientific Society
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|Proceedings of the Colorado Scientific Society, Vol. III, Part I, 1888|
|Contents of Volume III.|
|Title page, Volume III, 1888.|
|Abstract of Minutes of the Colorado Scientific Society for the year 1888||v - xiv|
|Communications and Address|
|Meeting of January 2nd, 1888.|
Notes on Certain Rare Copper Minerals from Utah., by W. F. Hillebrand and H. S. Washington
|A Modified Method of Determining Zinc, by Wm. P. Headden||17-18|
|Meeting of February 6th, 1888.|
Colorado Volcanic Craters, by P. H. van Diest
|Preliminary Notes on the Eruptions of the Spanish Peaks Region, by R. C. Hills.||24-34|
|Furnace Products (Richard Pearce)||35|
|Meeting of March 5th, 1888.|
Notes on Some Unusual Occurrence of Galena Crystals, by F. F. Chisolm
|Mineralogical Notes by W. F. Hillebrand||38-47|
|Meeting of May 7th, 1888.|
The Quaternary of the Denver Basin, by Geo L. Cannon, Jr.
|The Genesis of Ore Deposits, by Richard Pearce||71-72|
|Meeting of June 4th, 1888.|
Two Sulphantimonites from Colorado, by L. G. Eakins
|Notes on the Ore Occurrence of the Red Mountain District., by T. E. Schwarz||77-85|
|Meeting of July 2nd, 1888.|
On some Stratigraphical and Structural Features of the Country About Denver, Colorado., by George H. Eldridge
|The Denver Tertiary Formation., by Whitman Cross||119-133|
|Determination of Silicic Acid by Converting it into Silicic Fluoride by Wm. P. Headden.||134-135|
|Meeting of October 1st, 1888.|
On the Determination of Iron and Copper in Ores and Furnace Products., by F. Guiterman
|On the Tertiary Dinosauria Found in Denver Beds., by Geo. L. Cannon, Jr.||140-147|
|Meeting of December 3rd, 1888.|
The Recently Discovered Tertiary Beds of the Huerfano River Basin, Colorado., by R. C. Hills
|Annual Meeting December 17th, 1888.|
Address of the Retiring President, R. C. Hills.
|Obituary. Samuel Fowler Rouse, M. D., Died February 5th, 1888||185|
|Proceedings of the Colorado Scientific Society, Vol. III, Part II. 1889|
|Abstract of Minutes of the Colorado Scientific Society for the Year 1889||xv-xx|
|Abstract of Minutes of the Colorado Scientific Society for the Year 1890||xxi-xxiv|
|Communications and Addresses|
|Meeting of January 7th, 1889.|
Remarks on the Plication of the Coal Measures in Southeastern Colorado and Northeastern New Mexico, by P. H. van Diest
|Meeting of February 4th, 1889.|
Etched Beryls from Mount Antero, Colorado, by R. C. Hills
|Meeting of March 4th, 1889.|
Analyses of Three Descloizites from New Localities., by W. F. Hillebrand.
|Notes on the Aboriginal Remains, near Denver, Colorado., by Geo. L. Cannon, Jr.||200-204|
|Meeting of April 1st, 1889.|
The Plasticity of Glacier Ice., by John F. Main.
|Meeting of May 6th, 1889.|
Stereo-Chemistry., by Charles S. Palmer
|Meeting of July 1st, 1889.|
|Meeting of October 7th, 1889.|
Additional Notes on the Huerfano Beds., by R. C. Hills.
|Additional Notes on the Eruptions of the Spanish Peaks Region. by R. C. Hills.||224-227|
|Notes on the Occurrence of Sesquisulphate of Iron in New Mexico., by Richard Pearce.||228|
|Sublimed Tellurium., by Richard Pearce.||229|
|Meeting of November 3d, 1889.|
A Preliminary Paper on the Eruptive Rocks of Boulder County and Adjoining Counties, Colorado., by Charles S. Palmer.
|Address of the Retiring President. Richard Pearce.||237-244|
|Proceedings of the Colorado Scientific Society, Vol. III, Part III. 1890|
|Abstract of Minutes of the Colorado Scientific Society, for the year 1890.||xxvii-xxxvi|
|Communications and Addresses.|
|Meeting of January 6th, 1890.|
Production of Carbonate of Soda from the Alkaline Waters of Owen's Lake., by Ernest Le Neve Foster.
|Identification of a Dinosaur from the Denver Group., by Geo. L. Cannon, Jr.||253-254|
|Meeting of February 3d, 1890.|
On a Remarkable Crystalline Compound of Arsenious and Sulphuric Acids., by Richard Pearce.
|Meeting of April 7th, 1890.|
|Meeting of May 5th, 1890.|
|Meeting of June 2d, 1890.|
Iron-ore Beds at the Province of Santiago, Cuba., by F. F. Chisholm.
|Gold Deposits in the Quartzite Formation of Battle Mountain, Colorado., by F. Guiterman.||264-268|
|Meeting of July 7th., 1890. (Georgetown Meeting.)|
Geology of the Rosita Hills, Custer Co., Colorado., by Whitman Cross.
|Fulgurite from the Spanish Peaks., by R. C. Hills.||280-286|
|Meeting of August 4th, 1890. (Boulder Meeting.)|
The Nature of the Chemical Elements., by Charles Skeele Palmer.
|Notes on the Geology of Perry Park, Colorado., by Prof. George L. Cannon, Jr.||308-315|
|A Boulder County Mine., by John B. Farish.||316-322|
|Columbite and Tantalite from the Black Hills of South Dakota., by Dr. W. P. Headden.||323-346|
|Meeting of November 3d., 1890.|
Notes upon the History of the Discovery and Occurrence of Tin Ore in the Black Hills., South Dakota., by Dr. Wm. P. Headden.
|Meeting of December 1st, 1890.|
The Quartz-Porphyry of Flag-staff Hill, Boulder, Col., by Chas. S. Palmer and Henry Fulton.
|Address of the Retiring President. R. C. Hills.||359-458|