James Hall Jr

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James Hall

James Hall Jr. (1811-1898)

palaeontologist

  • Nationality:American


Taxon names authored

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Publications[edit]

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1843[edit]

  • Hall J., 1843. Geology of New York. Part IV, comprising the survey of the fourth geological district. Natural History of New York 4:1-683. Reference page

1858[edit]

  • Hall J., 1858. Crinoids of New York. Am. Jour. Sci. & Arts, ser. 2, v. 25, p. 276-279.
  • Hall J., 1860. Palæontology of New York: Containing descriptions and figures of the organic remains of the Lower Helderburg Group and the Oriskany Sandstone. New York Geological Survey, 3(1), pages 1-532.
  • Hall J., 1858. Palaeontology of Iowa. Iowa Geological Survey.
  • Hall J., 1858. Report on the Geological Survey of the State of Iowa: embracing the results of investigations made during portions of the years 1855, 56 & 57.
  • Hall J., Whitney J.D., 1858. Descriptions of Canadian graptolites. Geological Survey of Canada, report for 1857.
  • Hall J., 1858. Contributions to the Palaeontology of New York: Being Some of the Results of Investigations Made During the Years 1855, 1856, 1857 and 1858. C. Van Bethuysen.
  • Hall J., 1858. Note upon the genus Graptolithus, and description of some remarkable new forms from the shales of the Hudson River Group, discovered in the … Canadian Naturalist and Geologist.

1859[edit]

  • Hall J., 1859. Contributions to Palæontology 1858 & 1859.

1860[edit]

  • Hall J., 1860. Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Silurian rocks of Nova Scotia. Canadian Naturalist and Geologist.
  • Hall J., 1860. Silurian Fossils of Nova Scotia.
  • Hall J., 1860. Report of the Superintendent of the Geological Survey: Exhibiting the Progress of the Work. Wisconsin. Geological Survey, EA Culkins & Company.
  • Hall J., 1860. New species of Crinoidea from the Carboniferous Rocks of the Mississippi Valley. Boston J. natur Hist.
  • Hall J., 1860. Paleontology of New York, vol. 3, Geol. Survey of New York.
  • Hall J., 1860. Palaeontology of New-York: Containing descriptions and figures of the organic remains of the lower Helderberg group and the Oriskany sandstone 1855 - 1859 : text, Volume 3, Numéro 1, 532 pages. Van Benthuysen.
  • Hall J., 1860. Descriptions of new species of fossils, from the Hamilton Group of western New York, with notices of others from the same horizon in Iowa and Indiana. New York Cabinet of Natural History, Annual Report.
  • Hall J., 1860. Note upon the trilobites of the shales of the Hudson River Group in the Town of Georgia, Vermont. University of the State of New York, Annual Report.
  • Hall J., 1860. New species of fossils from the Hudson River group of Ohio and other western states. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, Annual Report.
  • Hall J., 1860. Observations on Brachiopoda. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, Annual Report.
  • Hall J., 1860. Notices of new forms of the genus Graptolithus and allied genera. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, Annual Report.
  • Hall J., 1860. Observations upon a new genus of Crinoidea: Cheirocrinus. Contrib. to Paleontol., 1858 and 1859. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, Annual Report.
  • Hall J., 1860. Notes and observations upon the fossils of the Goniatite limestone in the Marcellus shale of the Hamilton group and those of the Goniatite beds of … New York State Cabinet of Natural History, Annual Report.
  • Hall J., 1860. Notes and observations upon the fossils of the Goniatite Limestone in the Marcellus Shale of the Hamilton Group, in the eastern and central parts of the … New York State Cabinet of Natural History, Annual Report.
  • Hall J., 1860. Observations of the genus Ambocoelia. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 13th annual report.
  • Hall J., 1860. Contributions to palaeontology 1858 and 1859. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 13th Annual Report.
  • Hall J., 1860. Observations on the genera Athyris (Spirigera), Merista (= Camarium), Meristella, and Leiorhynchus. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 13th annual report.
  • Hall J., 1860. New Species of Fossils from the Hudson River Group of Ohio, and Other Western States. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 13th annual report.

1865[edit]

  • Hall J., 1865. Graptolites of the Quebec group.

1892[edit]

  • Hall J. & Clarke J.M., 1892. An introduction to the study of the genera of Palaeozoic Brachiopoda. Geol. Surv. New York, Palaeont. N. York, 8 (1) Charles van Benthuysen & Sons (BHL). Reference page

1894[edit]

  • Hall J. & Clarke J.M., 1894. An Introduction to the Study of the Brachiopoda. 13th Annual Report New York State Geologist for the year 1893, 8, Pt. 2. Palaeontology. Albany, NY. Reference page


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