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PROCEEDINGS

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COLORADO

SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY

 

Volume 2  1885-1887  
  Volume 1 - 1883-1884 (HTML)
  Volume 2 - 1885-1887

  Volume 3 - 1888-1890
  Volume 4 -
  Volume 5 -
  Volume 6 -
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►  Proceedings of the Colorado Scientific Society, Vol. II, Part I,
     1885
 
►  Contents of Volume II. 1
►  Title page, Volume II, Part I. 2
►  Officers, Executive Committee, Curators, Librarian, Publication
       Committee
3-4

►  Abstract of Minutes of the Colorado Scientific Society
          for the year 1885

5-14
►  Meeting of January 7, 1885
          Address of the Retiring President, Richard Pearce
1-6
►  Meeting of February 2, 1885
          Certain Interesting Crystalline Alloys., by Richard Pearce
7-11
  ►  Meeting of March 2nd, 1885 12
  ►  Meeting of June 1st, 1885 12-13
  ►  Meteoric Iron from New Mexico., by L. G. Eakins 14
  ►  Some Experiments on the Quantitative Efficiency of the Marsh-
     Berzelius Method for the Detection of Arsenic.
, by W. P.
     Headden and B. Sadtler, Jr.
15-19
  ►  Emmonsite, a Ferric Tellurite., by W. F. Hillebrand 20-23
  ►  Meeting of July 6th, 1885
          Notes on Some Further Investigations on the Formation of
          Crystalline Alloys.
, by Richard Pearce
24-5
  ►  Meeting of November 2nd, 1885
          Remarks on the Occurrence of Coal in the Carboniferous
          Formation at Aspen and Glenwood Springs, Colorado.,
by
          R. C. Hills
25-26
  ►  Description of an Asphalt-like Mineral from Asphalt Wash, Utah.
          by R. C. Hills
27-28
  ►  Notes on a Trip to Telluride, San Mignel County, Colorado., by P. H.
          van Diest [abstract]
28-31
  ►  Meeting of December 7th, 1885
          On Allanite and Gadolinite., by L. G. Eakins
32-36
  ►  Proceedings of the Colorado Scientific Society, Vol. II, Part II,
     1886
 
  ►  Abstract of the Minutes of the Colorado Scientific Society for the
          Year 1866[sic]
15-24
  ►  Abstract of the Minutes of the Colorado Scientific Society for the
          Year 1887
25-32
  ►  Addresses, Communications and Discussions  
  ►  Meeting of January 4th, 1886
          Address of the Retiring Vice-President, P. H. van Diest
37-44
  ►  Meeting of February 1, 1886
          Notes on the Precipitation of Titanic Acid by Hydric Sulphide.,
          by William P. Headden
45-49
  ►  Meeting of March 1st, 1886
          Notes on Some Boulder County Veins., by P. H. Van Diest
50-55
  ►       Notes upon the Artesian Wells of Denver., by Charles G. Slack 56-60
  ►       On the Occurrence of Topaz and Garnet in Lithophyses of
          Rhyolite.
, by Whitman Cross
61-70
  ►       Note on What Appears to be a New Mineral from the Gagnon
          Mine, Butte, Montana.
, by Richard Pearce
70
  ►  Meeting of May 3d, 1886
          On Ptilolite, A New Mineral., by Whitman Cross and L. G.
          Eakins
71-76
  ►  Meeting of June 7th, 1886
          A Modification of Berthier's Method for the Assay of Fuels; and
          its Application to the Technical Determination of the Heating
          Power of Bituminous Coals.
, by R. C. Hills
77-84
  ►  Meeting of October 3d, 1886
          Notes on Some Colorado Ore-Deposits., by S. F. Emmons
85-105
  ►       Notes on the Recent Discovery of Natural Gas in Pitkin County,
          Colorado.
, by R. C. Hills
106-107
 
  ►       Notes on the Crystal Beds of Topaz Butte., by Walter B. Smith 108-115
  ►       The Cimarron Land-Slide, July, 1886., by Whitman Cross 116-126
  ►  Meeting of November 1st, 1886
          Circulation of Water Through the Strata of the Upper Cretaceous
          Coal Measure of Gunnison County, Colorado.
, by R. C. Hills
127-133
  ►       Notes on a New Occurrence of Copper Arsenates and
          Associated Minerals, in Utah.
, by Richard Pearce
134-137
  ►  Meeting of December 6th, 1886
          Notes on Aqua-marines from Mount Antero, Colo., by Rev.
          R. T. Cross (by invitation)
138-140
  ►       Phenacite from Colorado., by Samuel L. Penfield (by invitation) 141-146
  ►       The Elk Head Anthracite Coal Field of Routt County, Colorado.,
          by Frederic F. Chisolm
147-149
  ►       Additional Notes on Copper Arsenates and Associated Minerals,
          from Utah.
, by Richard Pearce
150-153
  ►  Proceedings of the Colorado Scientific Society. Vol. II, Part
      III. 1887
 
  ►  Abstract of Minutes of the Colorado Scientific Society for the Year
     1887.
33-37
  ►  Abstract of Minutes of the Colorado Scientific Society for the Year
     1888.
38-44
  ►  Address, Communications and Discussions  
  ►  Meeting of February 7th, 1887.
          Mineralogical notes, No. I., by Walter B. Smith
155-160
  ►  Meeting of April 4th, 1887
          Mineralogical notes, No. II., by Walter B. Smith
161-166
  ►       Cliff Dwellings and Ancient Pueblos., by W. H. Jackson 166
  ►  Meeting of May 2d, 1887.
          Note on Phonolite from Colorado., by Whitman Cross.
167-170
  ►       Note on Slipping-Planes and Lamellar Twinning in Galena., by
          Whitman Cross
171-174
  ►       Mineralogical Notes, No. III., by Walter B. Smith 175-179
  ►       Notes on Pharmacosiderite., by Richard Pearce 180-181
  ►  Meeting of June 6th, 1887
          Informal Communications
182-183
  ►  Meeting of July 1st, 1887
          Palaeontological Notes., by T. W. Stanton
184-187
  ►  Meeting of October 17th, 1887
          Supposed Mixture of Bornite and Stromeyerite., by Richard
          Pearce
188
  ►       On the Origin of Fissure Veins., by S. F. Emmons 189-208
  ►       A Method for Determining Zinc in Ores., by Wm. P. Headden 209-210
  ►       Natural Gas in Boulder County., by P. H. van Diest [comments] 210
  ►  Meeting of November 7th, 1887.
          On Glaciers in the Rocky Mountains., by S. F. Emmons
211-227
  ►  Meeting of December 5th, 1887.
          On Some Eruptive Rocks from Custer County, Colorado., by
          Whitman Cross.
228-250
  ►       Preliminary Notes on Aspen, Colo., by S. F. Emmons 251-277
  ►  Meeting of January 2d, 1888.
          Address of the Retiring President, P. H. van Diest
278-285