Young, Augustus. Preliminary Report on the Natural History of Vermont. 1856.
Young, Brian; photoessay by Geoffrey James. Respectable Burial: Montreal's Mount Royal Cemetery (Canada). Montreal, QC: McGill-Queen’s University Press, May 2003. 288 pp. (The following quotation is used with permission. “Respectable Burial is a social history of death, burial, and a cherished public space in Montreal from the early nineteenth century to the present day. Brian Young shows how the history of the Mount Royal Cemetery, founded in 1852, mirrors the evolving social makeup, changing mores, and tragic events of what was long Canada's largest city. We meet not only prominent members of the elite but ordinary Montrealers, natives, the poor, and suicides. Young shows how epidemics, train-wrecks, and the deaths of soldiers or fishermen challenged conventional notions of the family and reveals that the cemetery introduced new customs and sensibilities from Jewish, Chinese, Greek Orthodox, Buddhist, catholic, and other communities to Protestant Montreal. Incorporation a rich collection of archival illustrations, walking maps, and a color photo essay by photographer Geoffrey James, Respectiable Burial will appeal to anyone interested in Canadian history, parks, and cities.”)
Young, G. A. A Descriptive Sketch of the Geology, and Economic Minerals of Canada. Canada Department of Mines, Geological Survey Branch, Ottawa, Canada: Government Printing Office, 1909.
Young, L. G., and S. Kohler-Antablin. Mines and Mineral Producers Active in California (1994-96). Scale 1:1,500,000, Special Report 103, Revised 1996.