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Report on the inquiring respecting food-fishes and the fishing grounds.
In summer of 1892 a sudden and extensive mortality occurred among planted oysters in Galveston Bay, Texas. The study suggests that oysters should not be planted north of Redfish Bay due to salinity. It also suggests that ...
The physical phenomena of harbor entrances, their causes and remedies.
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The Red Record
(Coast Seamen's Journal Print, 1897)
This pamphlet presents a concise and vivid view of one phase of the American seaman's life. Considerations, not only of humanity, but of business expediency, as evidenced by the growing scarcity of seamen, demand public ...
Notes on fishes observed about Pensacola, Florida, and Galveston, Texas, with description of new species.
This paper provides an annotated list of 131 marine fishes recorded from Galveston, Texas and Pensacola, Florida, by David S. Jordan in March 1882. The list contains 47 species previously not reported from the Gulf coast ...
Henry N. Hooper Bell, 1857
One bell, cast by Henry N. Hooper and Company in Boston, 1857. Originally purchased to serve as the tower bell in the center of the Texas A&M University at Galveston campus, the bell is currently displayed in the library. ...
Richard E. Halter, Log Book 1866-1869
Journal of the daily operations of the hydrographic party of Sub Asst. R.E. Halter. Cruises 1866-1869.