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1977

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A comparison of British and American treaties with the Klallam, Daniel L. Boxberger

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Geology and Mineral Deposits of the Southwest Quarter of the Tanacross D-1 Quadrangle, Alaska, Roger Douglas Gill

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Volcanology and Geochemistry of the South Flank of Mount Baker, Cascade Range, Washington, Douglas McKeever

1975

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Paleomagnetism of the San Juan Volcanic Field, Southwestern Colorado, Steven Douglas Sheriff

1973

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Geology of the Older Precambrian Rocks in the Vicinity of Clear Creek and Zoroaster Canyon, Grand Canyon, Arizona, William S. Lingley Jr.

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Paleomagnetism of Late Pleistocene Sediments, Puget Lowland, Washington, Kurt L. Othberg

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Petrogenesis of the Granitic Rocks of Part of the Upper Granite Gorge, Grand Canyon, Arizona, Michael B. Walen

1972

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Paleomagnetism of the Snoqualmie Batholith Central Cascades, Washington, Suzanne J. Beske

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A Paleomagnetic Reconnaissance of the Platoro Caldera, Southeastern San Juan Mountains, Colorado, Jimmy F. Diehl

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Clay mineralogy of late Pleistocene sequences in northwestern Washington and southwestern British Columbia, Michael Arthur Hepp

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A Sedimentary Core Analysis of Late Pleistocene to Recent Sediments in a Portion of Bellingham Bay, Washington, James T. Lowe

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Biostratigraphy of the Bilk Limestone (Permian), Northwestern Nevada, Erich Thomas

1969

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Changes in the Economy of the Lummi Indians of Northwest Washington, Don Newman Taylor