|Statement||by Edward Hitchcock.|
|Contributions||Hitchcock, Charles H. 1836-1919., Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 96 p., xx leaves of plates (some folded) :|
|Number of Pages||96|
Title: Supplement to the Ichnology of New England. A Report to the Government of Massachusetts, in E. Hitchcock, Supplement to the Ichnology of New England, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 96 pp. C. H. Hitchcock, A synopsis of the genera and species of the Lithichnozoa in the Hitchcock Ichnological Museum of Amherst College, unpublished document, Pratt Museum of Natural History, Amherst College, Get this from a library! Supplement to the Ichnology of New England. A report to the government of Massachusetts, in [Edward Hitchcock; Charles H Hitchcock]. The "Supplement to the Ichnology of New England" was prepared by his late honored father during the last few months of his life, and was accepted for publication by the Legislature of Massachusetts in , shortly after his decease.
Ichnology of New England: A Report on the Sandstone of the Connecticut Valley, Especially Its Fossil Footmarks, Made to the Government of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Edward Hitchcock W. White, printer to the state, - Footprints, Fossil - pages. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfectionssuch as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our. Five Hundred and Fifteenth Meeting. Decem Monthly Meeting; Supplement to the Ichnology of New England is an article from Proceedings of the. Finally, Edward Hitchcock published The Supplement to the Ichnology of New England in that contained seven albumen prints by the professional photographer J. Lovell of Amherst.
For those interested in Hithcock's pioneering work on fossil tracks, the Ichnology of New England monograph is currently available as a softbound reprint from Applewood Books, Carlisle. The final draft of Edward Hitchcock's "Supplement to the Ichnology of New England" submitted to John A. Andrew, Governor of Massachusetts. A paper by Edward Hitchcock read before the American Academy of Arts and Sciences intended as a supplement to his "Ichnology of New England." The paper discusses issues related to the identification of fossil footprints and refers to the species with identifications that may be unreliable and that are doubtful, as well as new species which Hitchcock believes should be added. Hitchcock also. In , the son of the ichnologist Edward Hitchcock, Edward Hitchcock Jr, described the Springfield remains in a supplement to his father's work on fossil footprints, suggesting they could explain a certain mysterious kind of reptile tracks. He then contacted the British paleontologist Richard Owen.