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13 of 14 (93%) sections assigned
11 of 14 (79%) sections completed
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|0||Preface and Introduction||Availle||05:40||Listen||PL OK|
|1||Early Days and Work in the Dakota Group of the Cretaceous||adrianstephens||45:17||Listen||PL OK|
|2||First Expedition to the Kansas Chalk (1876)||adrianstephens||43:05||Listen||PL OK|
|3||Expedition with Professor Cope to the Bad Lands of the Upper Cretaceous (1876) - Part 1||RFreyVO||4400 words until "...it was necessary for him to be on hand when it arrived."||Assigned|
|4||Expedition with Professor Cope to the Bad Lands of the Upper Cretaceous (1876) - Part 2||RFreyVO||4700 words from "A few days later he sent word to us on Dog Creek to ..."; claimed May 6||Assigned|
|5||Further Work in the Kansas Chalk (1877)||tjesker||32:22||Listen||PL OK|
|6||Discovery of the Loup Fork Beds of Kansas and Subsequent Work There (1877, 1882–1884)||tjesker||37:55||Listen||PL OK|
|7||Expedition to the Oregon Desert in 1877||tjesker||40:14||Listen||PL OK|
|8||Expedition to the John Day River in 1878 - Part 1||RitaBoutros||24:35
until "they appeared to be about the size of a rabbit and a ground squirrel."
|9||Expedition to the John Day River in 1878 - Part 2||RitaBoutros||30:55
from "One day Bill and I were out together in the beds,..."
|10||First Expedition to the Permian of Texas in 1882||RitaBoutros||38:48||Listen||PL OK|
|11||Expeditions in the Permian of Texas for Professor Cope (1895–1897)||3300 words||Open|
|12||In the Red Beds of Texas for the Royal Museum of Munich (1901)||ToddHW||28:28||Listen||PL OK|