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South Dakota Geological Survey
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Mining industry of South Dakota. By Francis Church Lincoln, Walter G. Miser, and Joseph B. Cummings. 1937, South Dakota School of Mines Bulletin 17. 9x6”, softcover, 201p., 40 figures, 3 plates in pocket (Custer mining district, Hill City mining district, and Keystone mining district). Contents in five sections : Mining, Mining Law, Mining directory, Alphabetical index of mining properties, index by valuable material. (Fair. Generally VG, but cover is loose from page block and spine has been taped. Owner's stamps on cover). $25
Skull of Torosaurus from South Dakota and a revision of the genus. By Edwin H. Colbert and James D. Bump. IN a complete volume of the “Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia,” 1947, Volume 99. The entire volume is 10.5x7”, 237 pages. The Torosaurus report is pages 93-106, plus 4 very nice photographic plates, 2 figures in text. (Good, partly uncut. Overlapping cover edges bumped, owner stamp on cover.) $9
Type Fox Hills Formation, Cretaceous (Maestrichtian), South Dakota. Part 1. Stratigraphy and Paleoenvironments. By Karl M. Waage. 1968, New Haven, CT. This is Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University, Bulletin 27. Softcover, 10x7”, 175p., 26 figures (12 of these are fold-outs on un-numbered pages at the back of the book), 12 plates (on un-numbered pages between the text and the index). VG. $32
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