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The People of Colonial Albany Live Online. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 6, 10-12., 2010.
Captain Samuel Schuyler. Dutch Settlers Society of Albany Yearbook 1998-200, 23-25., 2002.
The Edge of the Frontier on the Eve of the Revolution: The Last Days of Colonial Albany, in: , Cities Under Siege. Montalcino, Italy, pp. 273-282., 2002.
Captain Samuel Schuyler. Dutch Settlers Society of Albany - Yearbook, 1998-2001 53, 23-25., 2001.
New Light on the Old Frontier. Reviews in American History 25, 49-53. doi:10.1353/rah.1997.0005, 1997.
The Jacksons, Lattimores and Schuylers: First African-American Families of Early Albany. New York History 77, 372-394., 1996.
'The King of the Alley': William Duer - Politician, Entrepreneur, and Speculator, 1768-1799. New York History 76, 216-218., 1995.
A Middline Sort: Artisans and Tradesmen in Colonial Albany. New York History 73, 261-290., 1992.
Building Blocks of the Past: The Community Biography Approach to Local History. The Bookmark 49, 3., 1991.
The New Netherland Dutch: Settling In and Spreading Out in Colonial Albany, in: , The American Family: Historical Perspectives. Duquesne University Press, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, pp. 1-15., 1991.
Transition and Change: Episodes in the Coming of Age of an Early American Community, Albany, New York, 1780-1793, in: , World Of The Founders: New York Communities In The Federal Period. New York State Commission on the Bicentennial of the United States Constitution, Albany, New York, pp. 109-138., 1990.
The People of Colonial Albany, 1650-1800: The Profile of a Community, in: , Authority And Resistance In Early New York. New York Historical Society, New York, New York, pp. 1-26., 1988.
Coming and Going in Early America: 'The People of Colonial Albany and Outmigration'. Halve Maen 60, 12-18., 1987.
Review of: Dutchmen on the Bay: The Ethnohistory of a Contractual Community. New York History 67, 365-367., 1986.