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The Resource Annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, showing the operations, expenditures, and condition of the Institution for the year 1877., (electronic resource)

Annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, showing the operations, expenditures, and condition of the Institution for the year 1877., (electronic resource)

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Annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, showing the operations, expenditures, and condition of the Institution for the year 1877.
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Annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, showing the operations, expenditures, and condition of the Institution for the year 1877.
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  • Bailey, W.B.F
  • Bowers, Stephen
  • Breed, E.E
  • Cannon, George L
  • Case, H.B
  • Clark, W.M
  • Cochrane, J
  • Cunningham, K.M
  • De Hart, J.N
  • Favre, Adolf
  • Friel, Joseph
  • Gaines, A.S
  • Galt, Francis L
  • Gibbs, George J
  • Haldeman, S.S
  • Hann, Julius von
  • Harrison, A.M
  • Henry, Joseph
  • Hill, George W
  • Holmgren, Frithiof
  • Jones, Charles Colcock
  • Lykins, W.H.R
  • Mayberry, S.P
  • McParlin, T.A.,
  • Miller, F
  • Moulton, M.W
  • Peslin
  • Plantamour, E.,
  • Rau, Charles
  • Reye, Theodor
  • Shaw, James
  • Shepard, Edwin M
  • Sohncke, Leonhard
  • Strong, Moses McCure
  • Taylor, William M
  • Weismann, August
  • Smithsonian Institution
Series statement
  • United States congressional serial set;
  • Mis. doc. / 45th Congress, 2nd session. Senate
Series volume
  • serial set no. 1785
  • no. 35
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  • Meek, F.B.,
  • Smithson, James
  • United States
  • National Museum of Natural History
  • Smithsonian Institution
  • Society of Physics and Natural History
  • Anthropology
  • Antiquities
  • Archaeology
  • Astronomy
  • Buildings
  • Cartography
  • Climatology
  • Color blindness
  • Discovery and exploration
  • Document distribution
  • Earthworks (Archaeology)
  • Ethnology
  • Eulogies
  • Federal aid to museums
  • Federal receipts and expenditures
  • Fisheries and fishing industry
  • Fossils
  • Geological surveys
  • Government publications
  • Human remains (Archaeology)
  • Hydrographic surveying
  • Kitchen-middens
  • Language and languages
  • Learned institutions and societies
  • Legacies
  • Libraries
  • Library acquisitions
  • Marine biology
  • Meteorology and weather forecasting
  • Mounds and mound-builders (Archaeology)
  • Museum acquisitions
  • Museums
  • Natural history collections
  • Navigational aids
  • Ornithology
  • Paleontology
  • Physics
  • Precious stones
  • Profiles (Cartography)
  • Publishers and publishing
  • Science
  • Weather
  • Zoology
  • United States.
  • United States.
  • United States.
  • Indians
  • Financial statements
  • Research
  • Statistics
  • Africa
  • Ashland County, Ohio
  • Clear Creek County, Colorado
  • Delaware County, Iowa
  • Embarrass, Wisconsin
  • Fishkill, New York
  • Florida
  • Geneva, Switzerland
  • Georgia
  • Hancock County, Kentucky
  • Holmes County, Ohio
  • Idaho Territory (1863-1890)
  • Illinois
  • Jefferson County, Colorado
  • Kansas City, Missouri
  • Mason County, Illinois
  • Mobile River (Alabama)
  • New Mexico Territory (1850-1912)
  • Pennsylvania
  • Peru
  • Rock River (Illinois/Wisconsin)
  • Spalding County, Georgia
  • Tennessee
  • Trumbull County, Ohio
  • West Indies
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming Territory (1868-1890)
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Annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, showing the operations, expenditures, and condition of the Institution for the year 1877., (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
  • Report of the Secretary, p. 7
  • Appendix to the Report of the Secretary, p. 55
  • Report of the Executive Committee, p. 118
  • Journal of proceedings of the Board of Regents, p. 125
  • Color-blindness in its relation to accidents by rail and sea, by F. Holmgren, p. 131
  • Color-blindness, by Joseph Henry, p. 196
  • Report on the transactions of the Geneva Society of Physics and Natural History, by E. Plantamour, president, from June, 1874 to June, 1875, p. 201
  • Report on the transactions of the Geneva Society of Physics and Natural History, by Adolf Favre, president, from June, 1875 to June, 1876, p. 225
  • Antiquities of Jefferson and Clear Creek Counties, Colorado, by George L. Cannon, p. 236
  • Antiquities in Wisconsin, by Moses Strong, p. 239
  • The mounds and osteology of the mound-builders of Wisconsin, by J.N. de Hart, p. 246
  • Pits at Embarrass, Wis., by E.E. Breed, p. 250
  • Mounds in Delaware County, Iowa, by M.W. Moulton, p. 250
  • Earthworks on the Arkansas River, sixteen miles below Little Rock, by Mrs. Gilbert Knapp, p. 251
  • Antiquities of Kansas City, Mo., by W.H.R. Lykins, p. 251
  • The mound-builders in the Rock River Valley, Illinois, by James Shaw, p. 253
  • Antiquities of Mason County, Illinois, by J. Cochrane, p. 260
  • Ancient earthworks of Ashland County, Ohio, by George W. Hill, p. 261
  • Flint implements in Holmes County, Ohio, by H.B. Case, p. 267
  • Mound in Trumbull County, Ohio, by F. Miller, p. 268
  • Antiquities of Hancock County, Kentucky, by Joseph Friel, p. 268
  • Antiquities of Tennessee, by W.M. Clark, p. 269
  • Aboriginal structures of Georgia, by Charles C. Jones, Jr., p. 278
  • Antiquities of Spalding County, Georgia, by W.B.F. Bailey, p. 289
  • Shell-heaps on Mobile River, by A.S. Gaines and K.M. Cunningham, p. 290
  • The stock in trade of an aboriginal lapidary, by Charles Rau, p. 291
  • Observations on a gold ornament from a mound in Florida, by Charles Rau, p. 298
  • On a polychrome bead from Florida, by S.S. Haldeman, p. 302
  • Colored bead dug from a mound at the extreme north end of Black Hammock, three miles west of Mosquito Inlet, eastern coast of Florida, by A.M. Harrison, p. 305
  • Shell-heaps at the mouth of Saint John's River, Florida, by S.P. Mayberry, p. 305
  • Ancient mound in western Pennsylvania, by William M. Taylor, p. 306
  • Deposit of arrow-heads near Fishkill, N.Y., by Edwin M. Shepard, p. 307
  • Stone Celts in the West Indies and Africa, extract from a letter of George J. Gibbs, p. 308
  • The Indians of Peru, by F.L. Galt, p. 308
  • Santa Rosa Island, by Stephen Bowers, p. 316
  • Notes on the history and climate of New Mexico, by Thomas A. McParlin, p. 321
  • On the change of the Mexican axolotl to an amblystoma, by August Weismann, p. 349
  • Short memoirs on meteorological subjects, translated by Cleveland Abbe, p. 376
  • On the diminution of aqueous vapor with increasing altitude in the atmosphere, by Julius Hann, p. 376
  • On the influence of rain upon the barometer, and upon the formation of precipitation in general, by J. Hann, p. 385
  • Atmospheric pressure and rain-fall, by J. Hann, p. 393
  • The laws of the variation of temperature in ascending currents of air, by J. Hann, p. 397
  • The law of the variation of temperature in ascending moist currents of air, by L. Sohncke, p. 418
  • Rain-fall and barometric minima, by Theodore Reye, p. 421
  • On the relation between the difference of pressure and the velocity of the wind according to the theories of Ferrel and Colding, by J. Hann, p. 426
  • Reply to the criticisms of Dr. J. Hann, by William Ferrel, p. 445
  • Some remarks concerning the nature of currents of air, by A. Colding, p. 447
  • On the whirlwind at St. Thomas on the 21st of August, 1871, by A. Colding, p. 462
  • On the relation between barometric variations and the general atmospheric currents, by Mr. Peslin, p. 465
  • Table of contents, p. 479
  • List of illustrations, p. 483
  • Index, p. 485
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000051032
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
500 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
illustrations, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)10C960CAA0937270
Terms governing use
© 2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved
Label
Annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, showing the operations, expenditures, and condition of the Institution for the year 1877., (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Report of the Secretary, p. 7
  • Appendix to the Report of the Secretary, p. 55
  • Report of the Executive Committee, p. 118
  • Journal of proceedings of the Board of Regents, p. 125
  • Color-blindness in its relation to accidents by rail and sea, by F. Holmgren, p. 131
  • Color-blindness, by Joseph Henry, p. 196
  • Report on the transactions of the Geneva Society of Physics and Natural History, by E. Plantamour, president, from June, 1874 to June, 1875, p. 201
  • Report on the transactions of the Geneva Society of Physics and Natural History, by Adolf Favre, president, from June, 1875 to June, 1876, p. 225
  • Antiquities of Jefferson and Clear Creek Counties, Colorado, by George L. Cannon, p. 236
  • Antiquities in Wisconsin, by Moses Strong, p. 239
  • The mounds and osteology of the mound-builders of Wisconsin, by J.N. de Hart, p. 246
  • Pits at Embarrass, Wis., by E.E. Breed, p. 250
  • Mounds in Delaware County, Iowa, by M.W. Moulton, p. 250
  • Earthworks on the Arkansas River, sixteen miles below Little Rock, by Mrs. Gilbert Knapp, p. 251
  • Antiquities of Kansas City, Mo., by W.H.R. Lykins, p. 251
  • The mound-builders in the Rock River Valley, Illinois, by James Shaw, p. 253
  • Antiquities of Mason County, Illinois, by J. Cochrane, p. 260
  • Ancient earthworks of Ashland County, Ohio, by George W. Hill, p. 261
  • Flint implements in Holmes County, Ohio, by H.B. Case, p. 267
  • Mound in Trumbull County, Ohio, by F. Miller, p. 268
  • Antiquities of Hancock County, Kentucky, by Joseph Friel, p. 268
  • Antiquities of Tennessee, by W.M. Clark, p. 269
  • Aboriginal structures of Georgia, by Charles C. Jones, Jr., p. 278
  • Antiquities of Spalding County, Georgia, by W.B.F. Bailey, p. 289
  • Shell-heaps on Mobile River, by A.S. Gaines and K.M. Cunningham, p. 290
  • The stock in trade of an aboriginal lapidary, by Charles Rau, p. 291
  • Observations on a gold ornament from a mound in Florida, by Charles Rau, p. 298
  • On a polychrome bead from Florida, by S.S. Haldeman, p. 302
  • Colored bead dug from a mound at the extreme north end of Black Hammock, three miles west of Mosquito Inlet, eastern coast of Florida, by A.M. Harrison, p. 305
  • Shell-heaps at the mouth of Saint John's River, Florida, by S.P. Mayberry, p. 305
  • Ancient mound in western Pennsylvania, by William M. Taylor, p. 306
  • Deposit of arrow-heads near Fishkill, N.Y., by Edwin M. Shepard, p. 307
  • Stone Celts in the West Indies and Africa, extract from a letter of George J. Gibbs, p. 308
  • The Indians of Peru, by F.L. Galt, p. 308
  • Santa Rosa Island, by Stephen Bowers, p. 316
  • Notes on the history and climate of New Mexico, by Thomas A. McParlin, p. 321
  • On the change of the Mexican axolotl to an amblystoma, by August Weismann, p. 349
  • Short memoirs on meteorological subjects, translated by Cleveland Abbe, p. 376
  • On the diminution of aqueous vapor with increasing altitude in the atmosphere, by Julius Hann, p. 376
  • On the influence of rain upon the barometer, and upon the formation of precipitation in general, by J. Hann, p. 385
  • Atmospheric pressure and rain-fall, by J. Hann, p. 393
  • The laws of the variation of temperature in ascending currents of air, by J. Hann, p. 397
  • The law of the variation of temperature in ascending moist currents of air, by L. Sohncke, p. 418
  • Rain-fall and barometric minima, by Theodore Reye, p. 421
  • On the relation between the difference of pressure and the velocity of the wind according to the theories of Ferrel and Colding, by J. Hann, p. 426
  • Reply to the criticisms of Dr. J. Hann, by William Ferrel, p. 445
  • Some remarks concerning the nature of currents of air, by A. Colding, p. 447
  • On the whirlwind at St. Thomas on the 21st of August, 1871, by A. Colding, p. 462
  • On the relation between barometric variations and the general atmospheric currents, by Mr. Peslin, p. 465
  • Table of contents, p. 479
  • List of illustrations, p. 483
  • Index, p. 485
Color
multicolored
Control code
NB00000051032
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
500 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
illustrations, tables
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Readex)10C960CAA0937270
Terms governing use
© 2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved

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