Complete Index and Bibliography for
Paper Dinosaurs, 1824-1969

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Augusta, Joseph; illustrated by Zdenek Burian. Prehistoric Animals. London: Spring Books, 1967.
See item 48
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Beasley, Walter L.  “A carnivorous dinosaur: A reconstructed skeleton of a huge saurian,” in: Scientific American, vol. 97, no. 24 (Dec. 14, 1907), pp. 437, 446-7. See item 32b

Beasley, Walter. "Diplodocus: The greatest of all earthly creatures," in: Scientific American, vol. 96, no. 24 (June 15, 1907), pp. 491-492. See item 24a.

Beckles, S. H. "On the ornithoidichnites of the Wealden." Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, vol. 10 (1854) pp. 456-464. See item 12a.

Beecher, Charles E. "The reconstruction of a Cretaceous dinosaur, Claosaurus annectens Marsh," in: Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 11 (1902), pp. 311-324. See item 26.

Brown, Barnum. "Corythosaurus casuarius: Skeleton, musculature and epidermis," in: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, vol. 35 (1916), pp. 709-716. See item 29.

Buckland, William. "Notice on the Megalosaurus or great Fossil Lizard of Stonesfield," in: Transactions of the Geological Society of London, series 2, vol. 1 (1824), pp. 390-396. See item 1.

Colbert, Edwin H. "Little dinosaurs of ghost ranch," in: Natural History vol. 56 (1947), pp. 392-399, 427-428. See item 45.

Cope, Edward Drinker. "On the discovery of the remains of a gigantic dinosaur in the Cretaceous of New Jersey," in: Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, vol. 18 (1866), pp. 275-9. See item 11a.

Cope, Edward Drinker. "The fossil reptiles of New Jersey," in: American Naturalist, vol. 3 (1869), pp. 84-91. See item 11.

Cope, Edward Drinker. "Synopsis of the extinct batrachia, reptilia and aves of North America," in: Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 14 (1871), pp. 1-152. See item 11a.

Cope, Edward Drinker.. "The structure and appearance of a Laramie Dinosaurian," in: American Naturalist, vol. 17 (1883), pp. 774-777. See item 27b.

Dickerson, Mary Cynthia. "Charles R. Knight--Painter and sculptor of animals," in: American Museum Journal, vol. 14 (1914), pp. 82-98. See item 32.

Dollo, Louis. "Cinquieme note sur les dinosauriens de Bernissart," in: Bulletin de Institut royal des sciences naturelles de Belgique, vol. 3 (1884), pp. 120-140. See item 17.

Figuier, Louis. The World Before the Deluge. "A new edition." London: Chapman and Hall, 1867. See item 7a.

Gilmore, Charles W. "Osteology of the armored Dinosauria in the United States National Museum, with special reference to the genus Stegosaurus" in: Bulletin of the United States National Museum, vol. 89 (1914), pp. 1-143. See item 37.

Gilmore, Charles W. "Osteology of the carnivorous Dinosauria in the United States National Museum, with special reference to the genera Antrodemus (Allosaurus) and Ceratosaurus," in: Bulletin of the United States National Museum, vol. 110 (1920), pp. 1-159. See item 31.

Gilmore, Charles W. "A nearly complete articulated skeleton of Camarasaurus, a saurischian dinosaur from the Dinosaur National Monument, Utah," in: Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, vol. 10 (1925), pp. 347-384. See item 40.

Gilmore, Charles W. "Osteology of Apatosaurus with special reference to specimens in the Carnegie Museum," in: Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, vol. 11 (1936), pp. 175-300. See item 41.

Goodrich, Samuel Griswold. Illustrated Natural History of the Animal Kingdom. New York: Derby & Jackson, 1859. See item 7.

Granger, Walter; Matthew, William D. "The most significant fossil finds of the Mongolian expeditions," in: Natural History vol. 26 (1926), pp. 532-534 + 8 following plates and 1 plate frontispiece, opp. p. 439. See item 42.

Hatcher, John Bell. "Diplodocus (Marsh): Its osteology, taxonomy, and probable habits, with a restoration of the skeleton," in: Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, vol. 1 (1901), pp. 1-63. See item 22.

Hawkins, Benjamin Waterhouse "On visual education as applied to geology," in: Journal of the Society of Arts, vol. 2 (1854), pp. 444-449. See item 5.

Hay, Oliver P. "On the manner of locomotion of the dinosaurs, especially Diplodocus with remarks on the origin of the birds," in: Proceedings of Washington Aademy of Sciences, vol. 12 (1910), pp. 1-25. See item 25.

Heilmann, Gerhard. The Origin of Birds. New York, Appleton, 1927. See item 44.

Hitchcock, Edward. "Ornithichnology. Description of the Foot marks of Birds, (Ornithichnites) on new Red Sandstone in Massachusetts," in: American Journal of Science, vol. 29 (1836), pp. 307-340. See item 8a.

Hitchock, Edward. Ichnology of New England. A Report on the Sandstone of the Connecticut Valley, especially its Fossil Footmarks. Boston: William White, 1858. See item 8.

Holland, William J. "A review of some recent criticisms of the restorations of sauropod dinosaurs," in: American Naturalist, vol. 44 (1910), pp. 258-283. See item 25b.

Holland, William J. "The presentation of a reproduction of Diplodocus carnegiei to the trustees of the British Museum," in: Annals of the Carnegie Museum, vol. 3 (1905), pp. 443-452.  See item 22c .

Huxley, Thomas Henry "On the Animals which are most nearly intermediate between Birds and the Reptiles," in: Annals and Magazine of Natural History ser. 4, vol. 2 (1868), pp. 66-75. See item 15.

Kermack, K. A. "A note on the habits of sauropods," in: Annals and Magazine of Natural History series 12, vol. 4 (1951), pp. 830-832. See item 48a.

Knight, Charles R. "Diplodocus Restored. The largest creature that ever roamed the earth," cover illustration for: Scientific American vol. 96, no. 24 (June 15, 1907), p. 485. See item 24.

Knight, Charles R. "Parade of life through the ages," in: National Geographic, vol. 81(2) (Feb., 1942), pp. 141-184. See item 46.

Lambe, Lawrence M. "The Cretaceous Theropodous Dinosaur Gorgosaurus." Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Canada, vol. 100 (1917), pp. 1-274. See item 36.

Leidy, Joseph. "Notice of remains of extinct reptiles and fishes," in: Proceedings of the Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences, vol. 8 (1856), pp. 72-3. See item 9.

Leidy, Joseph. "[Remarks concerning Hadrosaurus]," in: Proceedings of the Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences, vol. 10 (1858), pp. 215-218. See item 10.

Leidy, Joseph. "Extinct vertebrata from the Judith River and Great Lignite Formations of Nebraska," in: Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 11 (1860), pp. 139-154. See item 9a.

Leidy, Joseph. Cretaceous Reptiles of the United States. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1865. Series: Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge. Volume 14. Number 192. See item 10b.

Life Magazine, editorial staff; Lincoln Barnett. The World We Live In. New York: Time, 1955. See item 47.

Lucas, Frederick A. "The dinosaur Trachodon annectens," in: Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, vol. 45 (1904), pp. 317-320. See item 10a.

Lucas, Frederick A. "The Dinosaurs or terrible lizards," in: Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution, (1901), pp. 641-647. See item 27.

Lull, Richard Swann. "Triassic Life of the Connecticut Valley. Bulletin of the Connecticut State Geological and Natural History Survey, vol. 24 (1915), pp. 1-295. See item 38.

Lull, Richard Swan; Wright, N.E. Hadrosaurian Dinosaurs of North America. 1942. Series: Geological Society of America. Special Paper 40. See item 27c.

Lydekker, Richard. The Royal Natural History. Volume V: [Reptiles]. London: Warne, 1896.  See item 17b.

Mantell, Gideon. "Notice on the Iguanodon, a newly discovered fossil reptile, from the sandstone of Tilgate Forest, in Sussex," in: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, vol. 115 (1825), pp. 179-186. See item 2.

Mantell, Gideon. The Geology of the South-east of England. London, 1833.  See item 7b.

Mantell, Gideon. The Wonders of Geology. London: Relfe and Fletcher, 1838. See item 3.

Mantell, Gideon. The Wonders of Geology. 4th ed. London, 1840.  See item 3a.

Marsh, Othniel C. "Principal characters of American Jurassic dinosaurs. Part VI: Restoration of Brontosaurus" in: American Journal of Science, series 3, vol 26 (1883), pp. 81-85. See item 18.

Marsh, Othniel C. "Restoration of Stegosaurus" in: American Journal of Science, series 3, vol. 42 (1891), pp. 179-181. See item 19.

Marsh, Othniel C. "Restorations of Claosaurus and Ceratosaurus," in: American Journal of Science, series 3, vol. 44 (1892), pp. 343-349.  See item 26a.

Marsh, Othniel C. "Restoration of Anchisaurus," in: American Journal of Science, vol. 45, (1893), pp. 169-170. See item 38a.

Marsh, Othniel C. "The dinosaurs of North America," in: Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey, vol. 16 (1894-89), pp. 133-244. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1896. See item 21.

Matthew, William D.; Walter Granger. "The most significant fossil finds of the Mongolian expeditions," in: Natural History vol. 26 (1926), pp. 532-534 + 8 following plates and 1 plate frontispiece, opp. p. 439. See item 42.

Merrill, George P. "Report on the Department of Geology for the Year 1900-1901," in: Annual Report of the U. S. National Museum for 1901, (publ 1903), pp. 81-91. See item 23.

Mook, Charles Craig: Osborn, Henry Fairfield. "Camarasaurus Amphicoelias and other sauropods of Cope. Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History new ser., vol. 3 (1921), pp. 247-387. See item 39.

Nopcsa, Baron F. "Neues ueber Compsognathus," in: Neues Jahrbuch fur Mineralogie, Geologie und Palaeontologie (Stuttgart), vol. 16 (1903), pp. 476-494.  See item 13a.

Osborn, Henry Fairfield. "Models of extinct vertebrates," in: Science, new series, vol. 7 (1898), pp. 841-845. See item 30.

Osborn, Henry Fairfield. "A skeleton of Diplodocus, recently mounted in the American Museum," in: Science, new series, vol. 10 (1899), pp. 870-874. See item 24a.

Osborn, Henry Fairfield. "Ornitholestes hermanii, a new compsognathoid dinosaur from the upper Jurassic," in: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, vol. 19 (1903), pp. 459-464. See item 32a.

Osborn, Henry Fairfield. "Tyrannosaurus and other Cretaceous carnivorous dinosaurs," in: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, vol. 21 (1905), pp. 259-265. See item 33.

Osborn, Henry Fairfield. "Tyrannosaurus, upper Cretaceous carnivorous dinosaur (second communication),". in: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History vol. 22 (1906), pp. 281-296. See item 33a.

Osborn, Henry Fairfield. "Integument of the iguanodon dinosaur Trachodon," in: Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History, new series, vol. 1 (1912), pp. 33-54. See item 28a.

Osborn, Henry Fairfield "Skeletal adaptations of Ornitholestes, Struthiomimus, Tyrannosaurus," in: Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History vol. 35 (1916), pp. 733-771. On Tyrannosaurus, see item 34; on Struthiomimus, see item 35.

Osborn, Henry Fairfield. "Three new Theropoda, Protoceratops zone, central Mongolia," in: American Museum Novitates, no. 144 (1924), pp. 1-12. See item 43.

Osborn, Henry Fairfield; Mook, Charles Craig. "Camarasaurus Amphicoelias and other sauropods of Cope. Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History new ser., vol. 3 (1921), pp. 247-387. See item 39.

Ostrom, John H. "Osteology of Deinonychus antirrhopus an unusual theropod dinosaur from the Lower Cretaceous of Montana," in: Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History, vol. 30 (1969), pp. 1-165. See item 49.

Owen, Richard. "Report on British fossil reptiles. Part II," in: Report of the Eleventh Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, held at Plymouth in July 1841, pp. 66-204. London: John Murray, 1842. See item 4.

Owen, Richard. Geology and Inhabitants of the Ancient World, London: Crystal Palace Library and Bradbury & Evans, 1854. See item 6.

Owen, Richard. Monograph on the Fossil Reptilia of the Wealden Formation. Part IV. London: Paleontographical Society, 1857. See item 12.

Owen, Richard. "On the Archeopteryx of von Meyer, with a decription of the Fossils Remains of a Long-tailed species, from the Lithographic Stone of Solenhofen," in: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, vol. 153 (1863), pp. 33-47. See item 14.

Plot, Robert. The Natural History of Oxfordshire. Oxford, 1676.  See item 1a.

Seeley, Harry Govier. "On some differences between the London and Berlin specimens referred to Archaeopteryx" in: Geological Magazine, series 2, vol. 8 (1881), pp. 454-455. See item 16.

Seeley, Harry Govier. "On the Classification of the Fossil Animals commonly named Dinosauria," in: Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, vol. 43 (1888), pp. 165-171. See item 20.

Sternberg, Charles H. Hunting Dinosaurs in the Bad Lands of the Red Deer River, Alberta, Canada. Lawrence, Kansas: Published by Charles H. Sternberg, 1917. See item 28.

Tornier, Gustav. "Wie war der Diplodocus carnetii wirklich gebaut?" in: Sitzungsbericht der Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde zu Berlin, Jarhgang 1909, pp. 193-209. See item 25a.

Vogt, Carl. "Archaeopteryx macrura, an intermediate form between birds and reptiles,". in: Ibis, series 4, vol. 4 (1880), pp. 434-456.  See item 16a.

Wagner, Andreas. "Neue Beitrage zur Kenntnis der urweltlichen Fauna des lithographischen Scheifers," in: Abhandlungen der Mathemat.-Physikalischen Classe der Koniglich Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, vol. 9 (1861), pp. 65-124. See item 13.

Woodward, Henry. "Note on the reconstruction of Iguanodon in the British Museum (Natural History), Cromwell Road," in: Geological Magazine, series 4, vol. 2 (1895), pp. 289-292.  See item 17a


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