Online Fossil Books

I. Online Books

[All books Digitized by Google unless otherwise stated.  Also note these are generally very old books, and their information may be outdated.  Some geologic names have changed and observations have been re-interpreted in light of new data. ]

Bulletin No. 1, The Geological Survey of Alabama
I. Preliminary Report on the Tertiary Fossils of Alabama and Mississippi
by Truman H. Aldrich, M. E.
II. Contributions to the Eocene Paleontology of Alabama and Mississippi
by Otto Meyer, Ph. D.

Bulletin No. 142, The United States Geological Survey
A Brief Contribution to the Geology and Paleontology of Northweastern Louisana
by T. Wayland Vaughan

Cambrian Geology and Paleontology, No. 2 - Cambrian Trilobites
Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, part of volume LIII
by Charles D. Walcott

Contributions to the Tertiary Geology and Paleontology of the United States
by Angelo Heilprin

The Vertebrate Fauna of the Selma Formation of Alabama
by Rainer Zangerl
Fieldiana Geology Memoirs v.3, no.1
Published by Chicago Natural History Museum, April 30, 1948
Digitized by University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

First & Second Biennial Report on the Geology of Alabama
Geological Survey of Alabama
by Michael Toumey, John William Mallet 

The Life of a Fossil Hunter
by Charles Hazelius Sternberg
[The Cretaceous chalk in Kansas has fossils similar to ones found in Alabama.]
[Digitized by Microsoft]

North American Index Fossils - Invertebrates - Volume II
by Amadeus W. Grabau, S.M., S.D. and Hervey Woodburn Shimer, A.M., Ph.D.

Report on the Geology of the Coastal Plain of Alabama
Geological Survey of Alabama
by Eugene Allen Smith, Lawrence Clement Johnson, and Daniel W. Langdon, Jr.
with Contributions to its Paleontology
by Truman Heminway Aldrich and K. M. Cunningham

Sketch of the Geology of Alabama
by Eugene Allen Smith, Ph.D., State Geologist

Report on The Valley Regions of Alabama (Paleozoic Strata), with Illustrations
Geological Survey of Alabama
by Henry McCalley, 1897


II. Paleontological Research Articles on the Web