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Second Survey (vols. D - J)

Described in 1924 as “the most remarkable series of reports ever issued by any survey”, the Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania (1874-1889) produced an unprecedented volume and quality of geologic reports. With over 80 texts, nearly 600 accompanying maps and illustrations, a hand atlas, a six-volume grand atlas, and miscellaneous other publications, the Second Survey contains a treasure trove of geologic, economic and historic information about Pennsylvania during the Golden Age.

 

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Volume Contents
Report of Progress on the Brown Hematite Ore Ranges of Lehigh County
D Map Ranges of Brown Hematite Ore Banks In a Portion of Lehigh County. (back) A Map In 10 Foot Contour Lines Showing the Ranges of Brown Hematite Ore Banks In a Portion of Lehigh County. (front) By Ellis Clark. 1874.

D2

The Brown Hematite Deposits of the Siluro-Cambrian Limestones of Lehigh County

with D2 North-East Sheet

Lehigh County. North-East Sheet. (back) No Title. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D2 North-West Sheet

Lehigh County. North-West Sheet. (back) Geological and Topographical Map Showing the Limestone of Lehigh County Including the Ranges of Brown Hematite Ore Banks With Contour-Line Elevations Ten Feet Apart. (front) J.P. Lesley. 1876.

with D2 South-East Sheet

Lehigh County. South-East Sheet. (back) No Title. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D2 South-West Sheet

Lehigh County. South-West Sheet. (back) No Title. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D2 Ironton Mines Map

Ironton Mines. (back) Map of the Iron Ore Mines at Ironton, Lehigh County. J.P. Lesley 1875.
D3, vol. 1 The Geology of Lehigh and Northampton Counties
D3, vol. 2, part 1 The Geology of the South Mountain Belt of Berks County
D3 Atlas Maps of Northampton, Lehigh and Berks Counties. Durham and Reading Hills. Iron Ore Mines

with D3 Atlas Lehigh Map

Lehigh and Northampton Counties. (back) Geological Map of Lehigh and Northampton Counties, and Part of Berks County. (front) J.P. Lesley. 1883

with D3 Atlas Durham Index Map

Durham and Reading Hills Index Map. (back) Geological Index Map to the Topographical Map of the Durham and Reading Hills or South Mountains With the Bordering Valleys of Northampton, Lehigh, Bucks and Berks Counties. (front) J.P. Lesley. 1883.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.I

Sheet.I - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) A Topographical Map of the Durham and Reading Hills Known Also as the South Mountains of Northampton, Lehigh, Berks and Bucks Counties Between the Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers. Executed In 20-Foot Contours. Erratum - "Executed in 20-Foot Contours" Should Be "10-Foot Contours." (front) By A.P. Berlin and E.V. D'Invilliers. 1877-1882.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.II

Sheet.II - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.III

Sheet.III - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.IV

Sheet.IV - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.V

Sheet.V - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.VI

Sheet.VI - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.VI Rej.

Sheet.VI - Durham and Reading Hills. NOTE - In mounting the Durham - Reading Mountains map, this sheet must be rejected, and the corrected and improved DUPLICATE SHEET 6 used in its stead. J.P.L. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.VII

Sheet.VII - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.VIII

Sheet.VIII - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet. IX

Sheet.IX - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.X

Sheet.X - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.XI

Sheet.XI - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.XII

Sheet.XII - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.XIII

Sheet.XIII - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.XIV

Sheet.XIV - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.XV

Sheet.XV - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.XVI

Sheet.XVI - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.XVII

Sheet.XVII - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Durham Sheet.XVIII

Sheet.XVIII - Durham and Reading Hills. (back) Durham & Reading Hills. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Fritz Island Mines Map

Fritz Island Iron Ore Mines. (back) Fritz Island Iron Ore Mines, Cumru Township Berks County Reading Iron Works & Eckert & Bro. J.P. Lesley. 1882.

with D3 Atlas Boyertown Mines Map

Iron Ore Mines In the Borough of Boyertown. (back) Map of the Iron Ore Mines In the Borough of Boyertown, Berks County, Pennsylvania: Including the Mines of the Warwick Iron Company, Gabel, Jones and Gabel and the Phoenix Iron Company. (front) J.P. Lesley. 1882.

with D3 Atlas Seasholtzville Mine Map

Seasholtzville Iron Mine. (back) Working Map of the Seasholtzville Iron Mine, Hereford Township Berks Co. J.P. Lesley. 1882.

with D3 Atlas Jones Mine Map

Jones Iron Ore Mine. (back) Topographical Map of the Jones Iron Ore Mine In Berks County, Pennsylvania. (front) J.H Harden and E.B. Harden. 1882.

with D3 Atlas Northampton Sheet.1

Sheet.1 - Northampton County. (back) Northampton. (front) No Author. No Date

with D3 Atlas Northampton Sheet. 2

Sheet.2 - Northampton County. (back) Northampton. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Northampton Sheet.3

Sheet.3 - Northampton County. (back) Northampton. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Northampton Sheet.4

Sheet.4 - Northampton County. (back) Northampton. (front) No Author. No Date.

with D3 Atlas Northampton Sheet.5

Sheet.5 - Northampton County. (back) Geological and Topographical Map of a Part of Northampton County With Contour-Line Elevations Ten Feet Apart. (front) J.P. Lesley. 1878.

with D3 Atlas Northampton Sheet.6

Sheet.6 - Northampton County. (back) Northampton. (front) No Author. No Date.
D5 Topographical map in 10 foot contour lines of the South mountains in Adams, Franklin, Cumberland and York counties

with D5 Franklin Map

Franklin County. (back) Geological Map of Franklin County. (front) By R.H. Sanders. 1881.

with D5 Cumberland Map

Cumberland County. (back) Geological Map of Cumberland County. (front) By J.P. Lesley. 1880.

with D5 Adams Map

Adams County. (back) Geological Map of Adams. (front) J.P. Lesley. 1876.

with D5 Sheet.A1

Sheet.A1 - South Mountain Map, Sheet A, 1. (back) South Mountain Map. (front) By A.E. Lehman. No Date.

with D5 Sheet.A2

Sheet.A2 - South Mountain Map, Sheet A, 2. (back) South Mountain Map. (front) By A.E. Lehman. No Date.

with D5 Sheet.B1

Sheet.B1 - South Mountain Map, Sheet B, 1. (back) South Mountain Map. (front) By A.E. Lehman. No Date.

with D5 Sheet.B2

Sheet.B2 - South Mountain Map, Sheet B, 2. (back) South Mountain Map. (front) By A.E. Lehman. No Date.

D6

Topographical Map of the South Mountains in Adams, Franklin, Cumberland and York Counties

with D6 Sheet.C1

Sheet.C1 - South Mountain Map, Sheet C, 1. (back) Topographical Map in 10 Foot Contour Lines, of the South Mountains In Adams, Franklin, Cumberland and York Counties.. (front) By Ambrose E. Lehman. 1875 to 1885.

with D6 Sheet.C2

Sheet.C2 - South Mountain Map, Sheet C, 2. (back) South Mountain Map. (front) By A.E. Lehman. No Date.

with D6 Sheet.C3

Sheet.C3 - South Mountain Map, Sheet C, 3. (back) South Mountain District. (front) By A.E. Lehman. 1885.

with D6 Sheet.C4

Sheet.C4 - South Mountain Map, Sheet C, 4. (back) South Mountain District. (front) By A.E. Lehman. 1885.

with D6 Sheet.D2

Sheet.D2 - South Mountain Map, Sheet D, 2. (back) South Mountain District. (front) By A.E. Lehman. 1885.

with D6 Sheet.D3

Sheet.D3 - South Mountain Map, Sheet D, 3. (back) South Mountain District. (front) By A.E. Lehman. 1885.

with D6 Sheet.D4

Sheet.D4 - South Mountain Map, Sheet D, 4. (back) South Mountain District. (front) By A.E. Lehman. 1885.

with D6 Sheet.D5

Sheet.D5 - South Mountain Map, Sheet D, 5. (back) South Mountain District. (front) By A.E. Lehman. 1885.
E Special Report on the Trap Dykes and Azoic Rocks of Southeastern Pennsylvania
F Report of Progress in the Juniata District on the Fossil Iron Ore Beds of Middle Pennsylvania

with F Plate I

Plate.I - East Broad Top Railroad. (back) Geological Map of a Belt of Country Lying Along the Line of the East Broad Top Rail Road From the Crest of Sideling Hill Across Smith's, Hare's and Great Aughwick Valleys To the Crest of Black Log Mountain Huntingdon Co. (front) By J.P. Lesley. No Date.

with F Plate II

Plate.II - Environs of Orbisonia. (back) Geological Map of the Environs of Orbisonia At Rockhill Gap Huntingdon Co. Showing the Outcrops of the Clinton, Oriskany and Marcellus Iron Beds. (front) By J.P. Lesley. No Date.

with F Plate XVI Sheet.1

Plate.XVI Sheet.1 - Geological section Passing Near Three Springs, Huntingdon County. (back) Geological Section Passing Near Three Springs Huntingdon Co. Constucted From Exposures On and Near the Line of the East Broad Top Rail Road Showing the Order of the Devonian and Silurian Strata From Plank Cabin Valley to Black Log Mountain. (front) By J.P. Lesley. No Date.

with F Plate XVI Sheet.2

Plate.XVI Sheet.2 - Geological Section Passing Near Three Springs, Huntingdon County. (back) No Title. (front) No Author. No Date.

with F Plate XVII Sheet.1

Plate.XVII Sheet.1 - Sideling Hill Creek. (back) Geological Section of Devonian and Silurian Strata exposed along Sideling Hill Creek Extending From the East Broad Top Coal Basin, Hungtingdon Co. To the Crest of Black Log Mountain At Pott's Gap, Fulton Co.(front) By J.P. Lesley. No Date.

with F Plate XVII Sheet.2

Plate.XVII Sheet.2 - Sideling Hill Creek. (back) No Title. (front) No Author. No Date.

with F Plate XVIII

Plate.XVIII - Isometric Projection at Three Springs. (back) Isometric Projection To Illustrate the Direction and Amount of Throw Along the Plane of the Fault at Three Springs Huntingdon Co. (front) By Chas A. Ashburner. No date.
F2 A Preliminary Report on the Palaeontology of Perry County

with F2 Perry Map

Geological Map of Perry County. (back) Geological Map of Perry County. (front) By John H. Dewees. 1881.

with F2 Perry Map Rev.

Revision of the Geological Map of Perry County. (back) Revision of the Geological Map of Perry County. (front) By Prof. E. W. Claypole. 1882, 1883.

F3

Report on the Geology of the Four Counties: Union, Sawyer, Mifflin and Juniata

with F3 Mifflin Map

Geological Map of Mifflin and Juniata Counties. (back) Geological Map of Mifflin and Junaita Counties. (front) By E. V. d'Invilliers. 1888.

with F3 Union Map

Geological Map of Union and Snyder Counties. (back) Geological Map of Union and Snyder Counties. (front) By E.V. d'Invilliers. 1888.

with F3 Atlas

Atlas Union, Snyder, Huntingdon, Centre and Juniata Sectional Maps, Seven Mountains

with F3 Atlas

table of contents on verso of cover

with F3 Atlas Sheet.1

Sheet.1 - Greenwood Furnace Section Sheet. (back) Greenwood Furnace Section and Map Showing Fossil Ore Ranges Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Crossing Stone Creek, Huntingdon County PA. plate X (front) By Chas. E. Billen. 1878.

with F3 Atlas Sheet.2

Sheet.2 - Monroe Furnace Section Sheet. (back) Monroe Furnace Section and Map Showing Fossil Ore Ranges Nos. 10 to 18, Crossing Laurel Run and Shaver's Creek, Huntingdon County PA. plate XI (front) By Chas. E. Billen. 1878.

with F3 Atlas Sheet.3

Sheet.3 - Geological Map of Stone Mountain Fault. (back) Geological Map To Illustrate the Stone Mountain Fault Occuring Near Greenwood Furnance Huntingdon Co. plate VII (front) By Chas. E. Billen. 1879.

with F3 Atlas Sheet.4

Sheet.4 - Geological Map of Parts of Huntingdon, Mifflin, Centre and Union Counties. (back) Map of Adjoining Portions of Huntingdon, Mifflin, Centre and Union Counties. Plates I-II (inset map- Axes of the anticlinal...) (front) By Chas. E. Billen. 1878.

with F3 Atlas Sheet.5

Sheet.5 - Geological Map of Parts of Jackson and Barre Townships. (back) Map of Portions of Jackson and Barree Townships Huntingdon County To Show the Clinton Fossil Ore Outcrop. Plate IX (front) By J.P. Lesley. 1878.

with F3 Atlas Sheet.6

Sheet.6 - Cross Sections of Seven Mountains. (back) Cross Sections To Illustrate the Structure of the Seven Mountains To Accompany a Map of Adjoiing Portions of Huntington, Mifflin, Centre, and Union Counties. Plate III (front) Chas. E. Billin. 1878.
G Report of Progress in Bradford and Tioga Counties

with G Bradford Map

Bradford County. (back) Geological Map of Bradford County. (front) By J.P. Lesley. 1876.

with G Tioga Map

Tioga County. (back) Geological Map of Tioga County. (front) By J.P. Lesley. 1876.

G2

The Geology of Lycoming and Sullivan Counties

with G2 Sullivan Map

Sullivan County. (back) Geological Map of Sullivan County. (front) By Andrew Sherwood. 1879.

with G2 Lycoming Map

Lycoming County. (back) Geological Map of Lycoming County. (front) By Andrew Sherwood. 1879.

with G2 Sheet.1

Sheet.1 - Little Pine Creek Coal Basin. (back) A Topographical Map of Part of the Little Pine Creek Coal Basin In Pine Township, Lycoming County. (front) By E.H. Burlingame. 1878-79.

with G2 Sheet.2

Sheet.2 - Little Pine Creek Coal Basin. (back) No Title. (front) No Author. No Date.

G3

The Geology of Potter County

G3 Potter Map

Potter County. (back) Geological Map of Potter County. By J.P. Lesley. 1876.

with G3 Potter Section

Sections in the Western Potter County. (back) Sections in Western Potter County. (front) Map Inset: Scheme to show Route of Reconnaissance and Position of Sections. (front) By Chas. A. Ashburner. 1879.

with G3 Gaines Map

Gaines Coal Basin. (back) Topographical Map of the Gaines Coal Basin in Gaines Township, Tioga County. (front) By Sanderson Smith. 1872.
G4 The Geology of Clinton County

with G4 Plate VII

Plate.VII - Renova Coal Basin. (back) A Map of the Renova Coal Basin in Clinton County Drawn in 20 Foot Contour Curves Referred To Tide Level. (front) By Charles A. Ashburner. No Date.

Map Inset - Geographical Place of the Renovo Coal Basin. (front) No Author. No Date.

with G4 Plate IX

Plate.IX - Sections of the Sub-Carboniferous Rocks From the Allegheny Mountains to Ohio. (back) Sections of the Sub-Carboniferous Rocks From the Allegheny Mountains to Ohio. (front) Inset Map 1: Skeleton Map Showing Location of Vertical Sections. (front) Inset Map 2: Profile Section From Queens Run, Clinton County to New Castle, Lawrence County, PA. (front) By H. Martyn Chance. No Date.

with G4 Clinton Map

Clinton County. (back) Geological Map of Clinton County. (front) By H. martyn Chance. 1879.
G5 The Geology of Susquehanna County and Wayne County
G5 Map Susquehannah and Wayne Counties. (back) Geological Map of Susquehannah & Wayne Counties and a Part of Lackawanna County. (front) By I.C. White. 1881.
G6 The Geology of Pike and Monroe Counties

with G6 Plate I

Plate.I - Section A.--At the Delaware Water Gap. (back) Section-A-at the Delaware Water Gap. (front) by H.Martyn Chance. 1874.

with G6 Plate II

Plate.II - Section B.---At the Delaware Water Gap. (back) Section-B-at the Delaware Water Gap. (front) by H. Martyn Chance. 1874.

with G6 Plate III

Plate.III - Section Made Along the Lehigh River. (back) Section Made Along the Lehigh River Through the Water Gap. (front) By H.Martyn Chance. 1874-5.

with G6 Plate IV

Plate.IV - Section Made Along the Lehigh River, In Carbon County. (back) Section Made Along the Lehigh River in Carbon County. (front) By H. Martyn Chance.1874-1875.

with G6 Plate V

Plate.V - Section at Schuylkill Gap. (back) Section at the Schuylkill Gap. (front) By H.M. Chance. 1874.

with G6 Glacial Map

Pocono Mountain Plateau and Delaware River Valley. (back) Glacial Map of the Pocono Mountain Plateau and Delaware River Valley in Pike and Monroe Co's. Pennsylvania. (front) By J.P. Lesley. 1882.

with G6 Pike Map

Pike and Monroe Counties. (back) Geological Map of Pike and Monroe Counties. (front) By. I.C. White. 1882.

with G6 Wyoming Map

Wyoming County. (back) Geological Map of Wyoming County. (front) By Andrew Sherwood. 1876.

with G6 Lehigh Gap Map

Environs of Lehigh Gap. (back) A Topographical Map In Twenty Foot Contour Lines of the Environs of Lehigh Gap In Northampton, Lehigh & Carbon Counties. (front) By H.Martyn Chance. 1875.

with G6 Delaware Water Gap Map

Delaware Water Gap. (back) A Map of the Delaware Water Gap In the Counties of Northampton and Monroe Pennsylvania, and Warren County New Jersey. (front) By H. Martyn Chance. 1874.
G7 The Geology of the Susquehanna River Region
G7 Sheet.A Sheet.A - Wyoming, Lackawanna and Luzerne Counties. (back) Geological Map of Wyoming, Lackawanna and Luzerne Counties to Illustrate Report of Progress G.7. (front) By I.C. White. 1883.

Inset Map - Local Map of the Mehoopany Coal Region in Wyoming County Reduced From a Manuscript Map. (front) By S.H. Daddow. No Date.
G7 Sheet.B Sheet.B - Columbia, Montour and Northumberland Counties. (back) Geological Map of Columbia, Montour, and Northumberland Counties. (front) By I.C. White, C.F. Billen, C.A. Ashburner. 1883.
H Report of Progress in the Clearfield and Jefferson District of the Bituminous Coal-Fields of Western Pennsylvania… illustrated with 139 woodcuts and 10 maps and sections

with H Plate III

Plate.III - A Vertical Cross Section Across the Bituminous Coal Fields of Clearfield and Jefferson Counties. (back) A Vertical Cross Section From South-East to North-West Across the Bituminous Coal Fields of Clearfield and Jefferson Counties. To Illustrate the Report of Progress of Franklin Platt. By J.P. Lesley. 1874.

with H Plate IV

Plate.IV - Map of Clearfield County, With Part of Centre County. (back) A Map of Clearfield County With Parts of Centre County From County Maps Showing the Anticlinal Axes Which Separate the First, Second and Third Bituminous Coal Basins. (front) By Franklin Platt. 1874.

with H Plate V

Plate.V - Steam-Coal Basin in Clearfield County. (back) A Map of the Steam-Coal Basin in Clearfield County. (front) By Franklin Platt. No Date.

with H Plate VI

Plate.VI - Snow-Shoe Coal Basin in Centre County. (back) A Map of the Snow-Shoe Coal Basin in Centre County Penna. (front) By Franklin Platt. March 1875.

with H Plate VII

Plate.VII - Map of the Reynoldsville Gas-Coal basin, in Jefferson County. (back) A Map of the Reynoldsville Gas-Coal Basin in Jefferson County. By Franklin Platt. No Date.

with H Plate VIII

Map of Parts of Jefferson, Clarion and Armstrong Counties. (back) A Map of Parts of Jefferson, Clarion and Armstrong Counties From County Maps Showing The Fifth Coal Basin Along Red Bank Creek. (front) By Franklin Platt. 1874.

with H Plate IX

Plate.IX - Map of the Fairmount Coal Company's Lands in Clarion County. (back) A Map In Ten Foot Contours of the Fairmount Coal Company's Coal Lands in Clarion Co. Pa. (front) John. A. Wilson. November 1873.

with H Plate X

Plate.X - Map of the Red Bank Mining Company's Lands, Armstrong County. (back) Map of the Red Bank Mining Co's Lands Near New Bethlehem Armstrong Co. Pa. (front) By J. F. Blandy. 1874.
H2 Report of Progress in the Cambria and Somerset District of the Bituminous Coal-Fields of Western Pennsylvania - Part 1. Cambria
H2 Map

Topographical Map of the Coal and Iron Ore Lands of the Cambria Iron Co. (back) Topographical Map of the Coal and Iron Ore Lands of the Cambria Iron Company. Adjacent To Their Iron & Steel Works, Johnstown, Pa. (front) Inset Map 1: Map Showing the Geology of Cambria and Adjoining Counties: From the State Geological Map. (front) Inset Map 2: Columnar Sections Showing Measures At Johnstown, Sonman & Bennington.

with H2 Plate VI

Plate.VI - Map of Cambria County, Showing the Two Sub-Divisions of the First Bituminous Coal Basin. (back) A Map of Cambria County From County Maps Showing the Two Subdivisions of the First Bituminous Coal Basin With the locations of the Principal Coal Mines, and the Outcrops of the Larger Beds Near the Mines. (front) By Franklin Platt. 1875.

with H2 Plate VIII

Plate.VIII - Copy of a Map of the Bell's Gap Coal Field in Cambria County. (back) Copy of a Map of the Bell's Gap Coal Field on the Summit of the Allegheny Mountain in Cambria Co. Penn'a. By Jos. Ramsey. No Date. Mismarked as H Plate XII sometimes.
H3 Report of Progress in the Cambria and Somerset District of the Bituminous Coal-Fields of Western Pennsylvania - Part II. Somerset

with H3 Plate I

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with H3 Plate IV

Plate.IV - First Bituminous Coal Basin in Somerset County, Penna. (back) First Bituminous Coal Basin in Somerset Co. Pennsylvania. (First Sub-Basin). (front) No Author. 1876.

with H3 Plate XVII

Plate.XVII - Map of Somerset County. (back) A Map of Somerset County From Township Maps. (front) No Author. 1876.

with H3 Plate XVIIa

Plate.XVIIa - No Title. (back) A Map of Somerset County From Township Maps, Showing the Water Basins. (front) No Author. 1876.

with H3 Plate XVIII

Plate.XVIII - Salisbury Central Coal Basin in Somerset County. (back) A Geological Map of the Salisbury Central Coal Basin in Somerset County, Pa. In 10 Foot Contour Lines, Referred to Ocean Level in Rariton Bay, N.Y. Showing the Outcrop of the Pittsburgh Coal Bed. (front) R.H.Sanders and J.P. Lesley. No Date.

with H3 Plate XVIIIa

Plate.XVIIIa - Salisbury Central Coal Basin in Somerset County. (back) A Geological Map of the Salisbury Central Coal Basin in Somerset County, Pa. Showing the Underground Shape of the Pittsburgh Bed By 10 Foot Contour Lines On the Floor of the Bed, Referred to Ocean Level in Rariton Bay, N.Y. (front) By F. Platt, W.C. Platt, and J.P.L. 1876.

with H2 & H3 Atlas

Revision and Correction of the Semi-Bituminous Coal Section at Wellersburg in Somerset County p.349-360; Notes on Cambria County by John Fulton. P361-404. 2 pamphlets

with H2 & H3 Atlas

table of contents on verso of cover

with H2 & H3 Atlas Sheet.1

Sheet.1 - Geological Map of Cambria County. (back) Geological Map of Cambria County. (front) By John Fulton. Dec. 1888. With Additions and Corrections From Ms. Maps of Various Dates in the Offices of the South Pennsylvania and Baltimore and Railroad By Edward E. Harden.

with H2 & H3 Atlas Sheet.2

Sheet.2 - Geological Map of Somerset County. (back) Geological Map of Somerset County. (front) By John Fulton. Dec. 1888. With Additions and Corrections From Ms. Maps of Various Dates in the Offices of the South Pennsylvania and Baltimore and Railroad By Edward E. Harden.

with H2 & H3 Atlas Sheet.3

Sheet.3 - Columnar Sections in Cambria County, Sheet No.1. (back) Columnar Sections of the Lower Productive Bituminous Coal Measures, (Allegheny River Series,) Cambria County, Pennsylvania. (front) Inset Map: Skeleton Map of Cambria County Showing the Positions of the Columnar Sections. (front) By John Fulton. 1888.

with H2 & H3 Atlas Sheet.4

Sheet.4 - Columnar Sections in Cambria County, Sheet No.2. (back) Geological Columnar Sections in Cambria County. To Illustrate Mr. Fulton's Report of 1888-9. (front) Inset Map: Skeleton Map of Cambria County Showing the Location of the Sections. (front) No Author. No Date.

with H2 & H3 Atlas Sheet.5

Sheet.5 - Cross Section Through Crest of the Allegheny Mountain. (back) Bennington Shaft Section Through the Lower Productive Coal Measures (or Allegheny Series.) (front) No Author. No Date.
H4 Report of Progress in Indiana County
H4 Map Indiana County. (back) Geological Map of Indiana County. (front) By J.P. Lesley and W.G. Platt. 1878.
H5 Report of Progress in Armstrong County
H5 Map Armstrong County. (back) Geological Map of Armstrong County. (front) By William G. Platt. 1880.
H6 Report of Progress in Jefferson County
H6 Map Jefferson County. (back) Geological Map of Jefferson County. (front) By William G. Platt. 1880.
H7 A Revision of the Bituminous Coal Measures of Clearfield County
H7 Clearfield Map Clearfield County. (back) Geological Map of Clearfield County to Illustrate Report of Progress H7. (front) By H.M. Chance. 1883.
H7 Outcrop Map Outcrop Map of the Freeport Lower Coal Bed In the Houtzdale-Philipsburg Bituminous Coal Basin of Clearfield County. (back) Outcrop Map of the Freeport Lower Coal Bed in the Houtzdale-Philipsburg Bituminous Coal Basin of Clearfield Co., Penna. (front) By H.M. Chance. 1883.
I Report of Progress in the Venango County District
I Warren Section Geological SectionAt Warren, Showing Carboniferous and Sub-Carboniferous or Mountain Sand-rocks. (back) Geological Section At Warren, Pennsylvania, Showing the Carboniferous and Subcarboniferous, or Mountain Sandrocks, With Their Intervening Shales. By F. A. Randall. 1875
I Venango Map Map of Venango and Warren With parts of Crawford and Forest Counties, Pa. (back) Map of Venango and Warren With Parts of Crawford and Forest Counties Pa. To Accompany A Preliminary Report of the Progress of the Survey In the Venango County Oil District. (front) By John F. Carll. 1875.
I Map Plate III No Plate Number on Map, referred to as Plate III in book. Comparative Geology of Those Parts of Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York Bordering on Lake Erie. (back) A Map to Illustrate Notes on the Comparative Geology of Those Parts of Ohio, Pennsylvania & New York Bordering on Lake Erie Appended to the Report of Progress of 1874. (front) By J.F. Carll. 1874.
I2 Report of Progress II. Oil Well Records and Levels
I3 The Geology of the Oil Regions of Warren, Venango, Clarion and Butler Counties
I3 Atlas Atlas to the Oil Regions of Warren, Venango, Clarion and Butler Counties

with I3 Atlas Plate 1

Plate.1 - Map of North Western Pennsylvania Showing the Outlines of the Summit Water Basins. (back) Map of North Western Pennsylvania Showing the Outlines of the Summit Water Basins Drained By the Upper Branches of the Allegheny River. (front) By John F. Carll. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate 2

Plate.2 - Map of North Western Pennsylvania, Showing the Outlines of the Summit Water Basins. (back) Map of North Western Pennsylvania Showing the Outlines of the Summit Water Basins and Their Probable Pre-glacial Drainage Into the Valley of Lake Erie. (front) By John F. Carll. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate 2 bis.

MISSING?? Plate 2 bis.

with I3 Atlas Plate III A

Plate.III A- From Meadeville to Sugar Grove; From Hazen's Coal Bank to Miller's Quarry; Ridge Between Jamestown and Adamsville. (back) (1) Profile of the State Road From Meadville Crawford County to Sugar Grove, Warren County, Pennsylvania. (2) Profile From Hazen's Coal Bank, East Fallow Field Twp. to Miller's Quarry Sadsbury Twp. Crawford County, Penna. (3) Profile of the Ridge Between Jamestown and Adamsville, Crawford County Penna. (front has 3 titles) No Author. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate 3B

Plate.3B - Topographical Map Showing the Breadth and Depth of Spring Creek and Brokenstraw Valleys in Warren County. (back) A Topographical Map in Twenty-Foot Contour Curves Showing the Breadth and Depth of Spring Creek and Brokenstraw Valleys in Warren County. (front) By John F. Carll. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate IV

Plate.IV - Groups of Oil Well Sections Showing the Geological Structure. Figs. 1 to 12 Inclusive. (back) Groups of Oil Well Sections Showing the Geological Structure. By John F. Carll. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate V

Plate.V - Groups of Oil Well Sections Showing the Geological Structure. Figs. 13 to 21 Inclusive. (back) Groups of Oil Well Sections Showing the Geological Structure From St. Joe, Donegal Twp. Butler Co. to Tarentum, Allegheny Co. and From Petrolia, Fairview Twp. Butler Co. to Cherry Run, Toby Twp. Clarion Co. Pennsylvania. (Front) By John F. Carll. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate VI

Plate.VI - Groups of Oil Well Sections Showing the Geological Structure. Figs. 22 to 30 Inclusive. (back) Group of Oil Well Sections Showing the Geological Structure From Oil City and Franklin, Venango County Clarion, County. By John F. Carll. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate VII

Plate.VII - Groups of Oil Well Sections Showing the Geological Structure. Figs. 31 to 39 Inclusive. (back) Group of Oil Well Sections, Showing the Geological Structure From Pittsburgh to Blyson Run Mill Creek Twp. Clarion Co. (back) By John F. Carll. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate 8

Plate.8 - Diagram Map and Section Showing the Dip of the Venango Third Sand. (back) Diagram Map and Section Showing the Dip of the Venango Third Sand From Warren Co. to S E Butler Co. (front) By John F. Carll. 1878.

with I3 Atlas Plate 9 East

Plate.9 - Butler, Armstrong and Clarion Oil Fields. East Sheet. (back) No Title. No Author. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate 9 West

Plate.9 - Butler, Armstrong and Clarion Oil Fields. West Sheet. (back) Map of the Butler, Armstrong and Clarion Oil Fields Showing the Elevation of the 3rd and 4th Oil Sands, and the Dip Per Mile From Point to Point. (front) By H. Martyn Chance. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate X

Plate.X - Generalized Geological Section From Black Rock, New York, to Dunkard Creek, Pa. (back) Generalized Geological Section From Black Rock, New York to Dunkard Creek, Pa. Showing the Various Oil Horizons of Pennsylvania, New York and Canada and Their Relative Positions in The Palaeozoic System. (front) By John F. Carll. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate XI

Plate.XI - Generalized Vertical Section From the Top of the Upper Barren Coal Measures Down to the Corniferous Limestone. (back) Generalized Vertical Section From the Top of the Upper Barren Coal Measures Down to the Corniferous Limestone to Show the Various Oil Horizons of Canada, New York and Pennsylvania. (front) By John F. Carll. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate XII

Plate.XII - Groups of Oil Well Sections Showing the Geological Structure. Figs. 74 to 83 Inclusive. (back) Geological Sections of Six Wells Near Petrolia, Fairview Twp. Butler Co. and Three Wells Near Edenburg, Beaver Twp. Clarion Co. Measured in Detail By John H. Carll in 1876 and 1877; Also of One Well Near Bradford, Bradford Twp. McKean Co. Measured By Arthur Hale in 1877 and 1878. (front) No Author. No Year.

with I3 Atlas Plate 13

Plate.13 - Mechanical Drawing of a Complete Oil Well Derrick or Carpenter's Rig. (back) Mechanical Drawing of a Complete Oil Well Derrick or Carpenter's Rig Showing In Detail Every Part of Above-Ground Machinery For Drilling an Oil Well, and Giving the Dimensions of the Materials Required In Its Construction. (front) By John F. Carll. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate 14

Plate.14 - Sectional Drawings of Three Oil Wells. (back) Sectional Drawings of Three Oil Wells Showing Successive Variations In Style of Drill-Hole, Drive-Pipe, Seed Bag, Tubing and Casing, From 1861 to 1878. (front) By John F. Carll. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate 14 bis.

Plate.14 bis. - Mechanical Drawing of Cross Sections of Wells Nos.1, 2, 3. (back) Mechanical Drawing of Cross Sections of Wells Nos. 1.2.3. on Plate 14 of Report I.I.I. (front) By John F. Carll. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate 15

Plate.15 - Three Oil Well Sections Intended to Illustrate the Progressive Deepening of the Borings. (back) Three Oil Well Sections Intended to Illustrate the Progressive Deepening of the Borings From 1861 to 1878. (front) By John F. Carll. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate 16

Plate.16 - A Detailed Drawing of the Principal Tools Used In Drilling Oil Wells. (back) A Detailed Drawing of the Principal Tools Used In Drilling Oil Wells In the Pennsylvania Oil Regions. (front) By H. Martyn Chance. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate 17

Plate.17 - Diagram Showing the Depth of the Bore-Hole Completed Daily In Six Wells In the Vicinity of Petrolia, Butler County. (back) Diagram Showing the Depth of Bore-Hole Completed Daily In Six Wells In the Vicinity of Petrolia Butler Co. (front) By J.F. Carll. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate 18

Plate.18 - A Map of the Vicinity of Franklin, Venango County, Showing an Ancient Water Course. (back) A Map in Twenty-Foot Contour Lines of the Vicinity of Franklin in Venango Co. Showing an Ancient Water Course North of Egbert Hill. (front) By F. A. Hatch, A. Hale, and H. M. Chance. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate 19

Plate.19 - Topographical Map to Illustrate the Varied Features of Erosion in the Vicinity of Titusville and Pleasantville. (back) A Topographical Map In Twenty-Foot Contour Curves to Illustrate the Varied Features of Erosion in the Vicinity of Titusville and Pleasantville. (front) F.A. Hatch, H.M. Chance, Arthur Hale. No Date.

with I3 Atlas Plate 20

Plate.20 - Venango County. (back) Geological Map of Venango County. (front) By John F. Carll. 1879.
I4 Geological Report on Warren County and the Neighboring Oil Regions
I4 Warren Map Warren County. (back) Geological Map of Warren County. (front) John F. Carll. 1882.

with I4 Plate 1

Plate.1 - Plate 1. (back) No Title. (front) No Author. No Date.

with I4 Plate 2

Plate.2 - Oil Well Sections.Plate 2. (back) No Title. (front) No Author. No Date.

with I4 Plate 3

Plate.3 - Quaker Hill Coal Basin. (back) Warren County, PA. Quaker Hill Coal Basin. (front) J.F. Carll. 1882.

with I4 Plate 4

Plate.4 - Statistical Chart of the Oil Production of Pennsylvania and New York. (back) Statistical Chart of the Oil Production in Pennsylvania and New York 1859 to 1882. (front) No Author. No Date.

with I4 Plate 5

Plate.5 - Middle Oil Field. (back) Map of the Middle Oil Field, Embracing Portions of Forest, Warren, Elk and McKean Counties. (front) By A.B. Howland. 1883.
I5 Seventh Report on the Oil and Gas Fields of Western Pennsylvania

with I5 Plate 1

Statistics Plate No.1 (issued with I4)

with I5 Plate 2

Plate.2 - No Title. (back) Map of Western Pennsylvania and Contiguous Portions of New York, Ohio and W. Virginia Showing the General Outlines of Oil and Gas Producing Areas. (front) By E.B. Harden. 1889.

with I5 Plate 3

Plate.3 - No Title. (back) Contour Map of the Corniferous Limestone Showing the Elevation of Its Upper Surface and Its Dip Under Portions of New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio. (front) By J.F. Carll. 1889.

with I5 Plate IV

Plate.IV - No Title. (back) Generalized Vertical Section From the Top of the Upper Barren Coal Measures Down to the Corniferous Limestone To Show the Various Oil Horizons of Canada, New York and Pennsylvania. (front) J.F. Carll. 1889.

with I5 Plate 5

Plate.5 - No Title. (back) Sketch Map Showing the general Outlines of the Red Beds Described in Chapter No.VI. (front) By J.F. Carll. 1889.

with I5 Chart No.3

Statistical Chart No.3 - No Title. (back) Statistical Chart No.3 of the Oil Regions of Pennsylvania and New York Showing the Daily Averages and Totals of Production, Shipments and Stocks, and the Number of Wells Drilled From 1875 To 1889. (front) By John F. Carll. 1888.
J Special Report on the Petroleum of Pennsylvania