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Notes on spiders from southeastern Utah
By Ralph Chamberlin & Willis Gertsch
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 41:175-188, 1928
Full text at the Biodiversity Heritage Library

Descriptions of the Araneae collected in Colorado in 1875, by A. S. Packard Jr., M.D
By Tamerlan Thorell
Bulletin of the United States Geological Survey 3:477-529, 1877
Full text at the Biodiversity Heritage Library

Descriptions and figures of the araneides of the United States
By Nicholas Hentz
Boston Journal of Natural History 6:18-35, 271-295, 1850
Full text at the Biodiversity Heritage Library

Spiders of the Chiricahua Mountain area, Cochise Co., Arizona
By Albert Jung & Vincent Roth
Journal of the Arizona Academy of Science 9(1):29-34, 1974
One way to read it online is through JSTOR (you have to register for a free account and then put the paper on your book shelf) - http://www.jstor.org/stable/40021934. However, if you want a downloadable PDF, you have to purchase it (or ask around for a copy).

A synonymic index-catalogue of spiders of North, Central and South America with all adjacent islands, Greenland, Bermuda, etc
By Alexander Petrunkevitch
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 29:1-791, 1911

Further notes on American spiders
By Willis Gertsch
American Museum Novitates 726:1-26, 1934

Spiders of the Georgia region of North America
By Ralph Chamberlin & Wilton Ivie
Bulletin of the University of Utah 35(9):1-267, 1944

Common Spiders of North America
By Richard A. Bradley
University of California Press , 2012
"Spiders are among the most diverse groups of terrestrial invertebrates, yet they are among the least studied and poorly understood groups. This beautifully illustrated volume is the first comprehensive guide to all 68 families of spiders in North America and illustrates 469 of the most commonly encountered species. Species descriptions include identification tips, typical habitat, geographic distribution, and behavioral notes. A concise illustrated introduction to spider biology and anatomy provides the key for understanding spider relationships. This book is a critical resource for curious naturalists who want to understand this ubiquitous and ecologically critical component of our biosphere."

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