National Geographic July 1902
Reports of Vessels as to the Range of Volcanic Dust
Ships at sea over 500 miles from Martinique collect dust from the massive explosion of Mont Pelee.
Chemical Discussion of Analyses of Volcanic Ejecta from Martinique and St. Vincent
Additional data from the eruptions on Martinique and St. Vincent supplement the original chemical analyses of these volcanic events.
The Recent Volcanic Eruptions in the West Indies
On board the relief ship U. S. S. Dixie, the author travels to the West Indies in the wake of catastrophic volcanic eruptions.
Report by Robert T. Hill on the Volcanic Disturbances in the West Indies
The head of a Society expedition to the devastated island of Martinique pieces together the story of the tremendous eruption that killed at least 30, 000 people.
Volcanic Rocks of Martinique and St. Vincent: Collected by Robert T. Hill and Israel C. Russell
An analysis of dust and rocks provides insight into the volcanic processes at work in the West Indies eruptions.
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