Past Publication: Proceedings of the Denver Museum of Natural History

Proceedings of the Denver Museum of Natural History was published between 1915 and 2002. Copyright by Denver Museum of Nature & Science.

Series 1

Volume 1

  1. Lincoln, F.C. The birds of Yuma County, Colorado. December, 1915.

Volume 2

  1. Figgins, J.D. Description of a new species of Passerculus sandwichensis savanna from South Carolina. April, 1918.
  2. Figgins, J.D. Description of a new subspecific form of Taxidea taxus from Colorado. April 1918.

Volume 3

  1. Figgins, J.D. Description of a new species of caribou from the region of the Alaska-Yukon. December, 1919.

Volume 4

  1. Cook, H.J. Two New Bunomastodonts from Colorado. February 15, 1922.
  2. Cook, H.J. A Pliocene fauna from Yuma County, Colorado, with notes on the closely related Snake Creek Beds, from Nebraska. March 31, 1922.
  3. Figgins, J.D. Additional notes on the status of the subspecific races of Branta Canadensis. December 15, 1922.

Volume 5

  1. Figgins, J.D. Some observations relative to hybrids and intergradation. June 19, 1925.
  2. Figgins, J.D. Some observations relative to meteorological Influences. July 20, 1925.
  3. Figgins, J.D. “Twice-Told Tales”. October 5, 1925.
  4. Abel, O. & Cook, H.J. A preliminary study of early mammals in a new fauna from Colorado. November 2, 1925.

Volume 6

  1. Figgins, J.D. A reply. February 8, 1926.
  2. Cook, H.J. A new genus of uintatheres from Colorado. February 27, 1926.
  3. Cook, H.J. New Eocene titanotheres from Moffat County, Colorado. March 5, 1926.
  4. Figgins, J.D. An item of museum history. April 16, 1926.
  5. Cook, H.J. A new gigantic fossil dog from Colorado. April 16, 1926.
  6. Figgins, J.D. That collection of geese from the San Joaquin Valley, California. December 23, 1926.

Volume 7

  1. Cook, H.J. A new rhinoceros of the genus Teleoceras from Colorado. February 27, 1927.
  2. Wetmore, A. Fossil birds from the Oligocene of Colorado. July 15, 1927.

Volume 8

  1. Gregory, W.K. & Cook, H.J. New material for the study of evolution: a series of primitive rhinoceros skulls (Trigonias) from the Lower Oligocene of Colorado. February 1, 1928.
  2. Hay, O.P. & Cook, H.J. Preliminary descriptions of fossil mammals recently discovered in Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico, Part 1. February 2, 1928.
  3. Cook, H.J. A new fossil bison from Texas. March 15, 1928.
  4. Cook, H.J. A new longirostrine elephant from Nebraska: Trilophodon phippsi, sp. Nov. May 1, 1928.
  5. Cook, H.J. Note on an interesting juvenile lower jaw of Elephas cf. jeffersoni. May 2, 1928.

Volume 9

  1. Figgins, J.D. Proposals relative to certain subspecific groups of Carpodacus mexicanus. April 22, 1930.
  2. Hay, O.P. & Cook, H.J. Fossil vertebrates collected near, or in association with, human artifacts at localities near Colorado, Texas; Frederick, Oklahoma; and Folsom, New Mexico. October 20, 1930.
  3. Miller, F.W. A new Colorado pocket gopher of the genus Thomomys. December 14, 1930.
  4. Cook, H.J. New rhinoceroses from the Pliocene of Colorado and Nebraska. December 15, 1930.
  5. Cockerell, T.D.A. An apparently extinct Euglandina from Texas. December 16, 1930.

Volume 10

  1. Nininger, H.H. Two previously undescribed meteorites from Mexico. March, 1931.
  2. Renaud, E.B. Prehistoric flaked points from Colorado and neighboring districts. March 31, 1931.
  3. Figgins, J.D. A proposed standard of viewpoints from which to illustrate horned and antlered mammal skulls. September 26, 1931.
  4. Figgins, J.D. An additional discovery of the association of a "Folsom" artifact and fossil mammal remains. September 26, 1931.
  5. Oberholser, H.C. New birds from Brazil. November 13, 1931.

Volume 11

  1. Osborn, H.F. The "Elephas meridionalis" stage arrives in America. September 7, 1932.
  2. Renaud, E.B. Yuma and Folsom artifacts (new material). November 19, 1932.
  3. Warren, E.H. The grizzly bears of Colorado. December 22, 1932.

Volume 12

  1. Miller, F.W. Two new Colorado mammals. July 22, 1933.
  2. Figgins, J.D. A further contribution to the antiquity of man in America. August 1, 1933.
  3. Nininger, H.H. & Figgins, J.D. The excavation of a meteorite crater near Haviland, Kiowa County, Kansas. November 14, 1933.
  4. Figgins, J.D. The bison of the western area of the Mississippi Basin. December 5, 1933.

Volume 13

  1. Figgins, J.D. The generic status of ? Caenopus premitis. June 23, 1934.
  2. Figgins, J.D. Folsom and Yuma artifacts. December 29, 1934.
  3. Figgins, J.D. New material for the study of individual variation, from the Lower Oligocene of Colorado. December 29, 1934.

Volume 14

  1. Figgins, J.D. New world man. July 22, 1935.
  2. Figgins, J.D. Folsom and Yuma artifacts, part II. October 3, 1935.

Volume 15

  1. Nininger, H.H. Directions for the etching and preservation of metallic meteorites. February 1, 1936.

Volume 16

  1. Cross, F.C. Butterflies of Colorado. July 1, 1937.

Volume 17

  1. Hanington, C.H. The Colorado Museum of Natural History. An historical sketch. March 1, 1938.

Volume 18

  1. Bailey, A.M. The birds of Cape Prince Wales, Alaska. February 1, 1943.
  2. Wormington, H.M. A proposed revision of Yuma Point terminology. August 15, 1948.

Series 2

From Series 2, the Proceedings were published as single numbers, without volume numbers.

  1. Wormington, H.M. A reappraisal of the Fremont Culture with a summary of the archaeology of the northern periphery. May 1, 1955.
  2. Wormington, H.M. & Lister, R.H. Archaeological investigations on the Uncompahgre Plateau in West Central Colorado: A diachronic study of Plains-Southwest relations. March 1, 1956.
  3. Brown, F.M., Eff, D. & Rotger, B. Colorado butterflies, part I. September 30, 1954.
  4. Brown, F.M., Eff, D. & Rotger, B. Colorado butterflies, part II. March 21, 1955.
  5. Brown, F.M., Eff, D. & Rotger, B. Colorado butterflies, part III. October 29, 1955.
  6. Brown, F.M., Eff, D. & Rotger, B. Colorado butterflies, part IV. April 15, 1956.
  7. Brown, F.M., Eff, D. & Rotger, B. Colorado butterflies, part V. December 28, 1956.
  8. Irwin, C. & Irwin, H. Excavations at the LoDaisKa Site in the Denver, Colorado, area. October 1, 1959.
  9. Haynes, V. & Agogino, G. Geological significance of a new radiocarbon date from the Lindenmeier Site. August 15, 1960.
  10. Bailey, A.M. & Sorensen, J.H. Subantarctic Campbell Island. February 1, 1962.
  11. Wormington, H.M. & Forbis, R. An introduction to archaeology of Alberta, Canada. August 15, 1965.
  12. Irwin-Williams, C. & Irwin, H.J. Excavations at Magic Mountain: a diachronic study of Plains-Southwest relations. 1965.

Series 3

  1. Phillips, A.R. & Webb, E.A. Type material of birds in the Denver Museum of Natural History. December 1, 1991.
  2. Woods, S.C. & Stucky, R.K. Catalogue of the type specimens of fossil vertebrates, Denver Museum of Natural History. September 1, 1992.
  3. Peigler, R.S. & Kendall, R.O. A review of the genus Agapema (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae). October 15, 1993.
  4. Meaney, C.A. & Van Vuren, D. Recent distribution of bison in Colorado west of the Great Plains. December 15, 1993.
  5. Peigler, R.S. Non-sericultural uses of moth cocoons in diverse cultures. July 1, 1994.
  6. Jones, C.A. Type specimens of mammals in the Denver Museum of Natural History. July 1, 1994.
  7. Pickering, R.B. & Foster, M.S. A survey of prehistoric disease and trauma in northwest and west Mexico. July 1, 1994.
  8. Evans, M.A. Checklist of the Odonata of New Mexico with additions to the Colorado checklist. January 15, 1995.
  9. Lewis, G.E. A four-horned specimen of Antilocapra Americana. December 1, 1995.
  10. Finley, R.B., Jr. & Bogan, M.A. New records of terrestrial mammals in northwestern Colorado. December 1, 1995.
  11. Finley, R.B., Jr. The spread of raccoons (Procyon lotor hirtus) into the Colorado Plateau from the Northern Great Plains. December 1, 1995.
  12. Johnson, K.R. Description of seven common fossil leaf species from the Hell Creek Formation (Upper Cretaceous; Upper Maastrichtian), North Dakota, South Dakota, and Montana. April 1, 1996.
  13. Williamson, T.E., Lucas, S.G. & Stucky, R.K. Megalesthonyx hopsoni (Mammalia: Tillodontia) from the early Bridgerian (Gardnerbuttean) of the Wind River Formation, northeastern Wind River Basin, Wyoming. December 15, 1996.
  14. Hartman, J.H. The stratigraphy of Mesozoic and early Cenozoic nonmarine mollusks of Colorado. April 1, 1998.
  15. Ho, C. & Jones, C.A. ( eds.) Life in the Imperial Court of Qing Dynasty China. November 1, 1998.
  16. Ramos, C.N. Morphometric variation among some leporids (Mammalia: Lagomorpha) of North America. July 15, 1999.

Series 4:

  1. Evanoff, E., Gregory-Wodzicki, K.M. & Johnson, K.R. (eds.). Fossil flora and stratigraphy of the Florissant Formation, Colorado. October 1, 2001.
  2. Navo, K.W. The survey and evaluation of abandoned mines for bat roosts in the West: guidelines for natural resource managers. December 1, 2001.
  3. Jones, C.A. Mammals of the James M. John and Lake Dorothey state wildlife areas, Las Animas County, Colorado. May 24, 2002.
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