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13 of 14 (93%) sections assigned

11 of 14 (79%) sections completed

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SectionTitleReaderNotesListen UrlStatus
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."
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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,..."
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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
13 Conclusion  ToddHW 23:10 Listen PL OK