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  • July 9, 1874. Guadalupe in Forest and Stream [1]

  • 1875. National Association of Wool Manufactures, Bulletin, Volume 5 [2]

  • 1876. Watson, S. Botanical Contributions [on the flora of Guadalupe Island, Lower California, 105-112. List of a collection of plants from Guadalupe Island, made by Dr. Edward Palmer, with his notes upon them, 112-121. Descriptions of new species of plants, chiefly Californian, with revisions of certain genera, 121-148.] Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts Sci. 11:105-148, 1876

  • 1876. Horn, G. H. Notes on the Coleopterous fauna of Guadalupe Island Trans. Amer. Entomol. Soc. 5:198-201, 1876

  • 1876. Scudder, S. H. Orthoptera from the Island of Guadalupe Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist. 18:268-271, 1876

  • 1886. Hemsley, G. Guadalupe Island in The West American Scientist 2:14 (21-24)

  • 1887. Bryant, Walter E. Additions to the ornithology of Guadalupe Island Bull. Calif. Acad. Sci. 2:269-318, 1887

  • 1890. Vasey, G. and J. N. Rose|| List of plants collected by Dr. Edward Palmer in Lower California in 1889 Contrib. U. S. Natl. Herb. 1:9-28, 1890 [Guadalupe Island plants, 21-27.]

  • June 1897. Thoburn, Wilbur Wilson. Report of an Expedition in Search of the Fur Seal of Guadalupe Island, Lower California, June, 1897 in

  • 1899. Dudley, W. R. The fur seals and fur seal islands of the North Pacific Ocean, Report on the plants of Guadalupe Island Part 3, D. S. Jordan, ed. U.S. Govt. Printing office, Washington, D.C. (p. 280-283), 1899.

  • 1899. Snow, W. A. The fur seals and fur seal islands of the North Pacific Ocean, Guadalupe Island spiders and insects Part 3, D. S. Jordan, ed. U.S. Govt. Printing office, Washington, D.C. (p. 280-283), 1899.


[separate page originals in SCIF archives]

  • 1909. Harris, Charles Miller A Cruise After Sea Elephants [3]Pdficon small 2.gif Pacific Monthly 21(4):331-339 April, 1909
[original in SCIF archives]

How the author was led to invest money and take part in an expedition to secure moving pictures of the sea elephant. Although luck favored them and striking films were secured, the investors in the enterprise failed to reap the promised reward. "The story is true in all details," writhes the Author, "though for obvious reasons the names given are fictitious."
[original in SCIF archives]

  • 1925. Blaisdell, Frank E. Expedition to Guadalupe Island, Mexico in 1922. The Coleoptera Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. Ser. 4, 14:321-343, 1925.

  • 1925. G. H. Banning. In Mexican Waters London: Martin Hopkinson & Co;, Ltd., 1925
Islands of Southern California (San Nicolas and San Clemente Islands; Guadalupe Island; Alijos Rocks and Clarion Island; Socorro Island; Las Tres Marietas Islands; Isabel Island; Las Tres Marias Islands; Carmen and San Josef Islands
[original in SCIF archives]

[original in SCIF archives]

  • 1927. Pilsbry, H. A. Expedition to Guadalupe Island, Mexico in 1922. Land and Freshwater Mollusks Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. Ser. 4, 16:159-203, 1927

  • 1930. Jansen, Captain Frank The Cruise of the Ketch Evian to Guadalupe Island Pacific Coast Yachting 8(10):6-10, 27-32, October 1930
[original in SCIF archives]

  • 1953. Johnson, Clifton W. Notes on the Geology of Guadalupe Island, Mexico Amer. J. of Sci. 251(3): 231-236, 1953

  • 1958. Hubbs, Carl O'Reilly, John. Seal Haven in the Pacific Sports Illustrated February 3, 1958, pp. 16-20. Hubbs led a trip to Isla Guadalupe aboard Sefton Foundation's vessel Orca.
[original in SCIF archives]

  • 1958. Hubbs, Carl and Andreas B. Rechnitzer. A New Fish, Chaetodon falcifer, from Gualadupe Island, Baja California, with notes on related species. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 4th series, 29(8):273-313, July 10, 1958. Stapled wraps.
[original in SCIF archives; ex-lib M. D. Daily]

  • 1959. Arnaud, P. J., Jr. Records of Diptera from Guadalupe Island, Mexico Entomol. News 70:182-185, 1959

  • 1961. Byron Jackson Tools for Cuss Project. Drilling to Mohorovcic Discontinuity ByJac News 20(3):cover & 2-4. March, 1961.

  • 1966. Talmadge, Robert R. A new Haliotid from Guadalupe Island, Mexico (Mollusca: Gastropoda) Los Angeles County Museum Contributions in Science 109:1-4, 1966

  • 1969. Libby, W. J., M. H. Bannister and Y. B. Linhart. The Pines of Cedros and Guadalupe Islands Journal of Forestry 66(11):846-853, November 1968

[original in SCIF archives]