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Cultural Resource Reconnaissance Survey Report of PIN 1188.36.101, Route 67 over the Battenkill Railroad, Town of White Creek (MCD 11516), Washington County, New York. New York State Museum, Albany, New York., 2017.
Molecular Genetic Variation Across the Southern and Eastern Geographic Ranges of the African Lion, Panthera leo. Conservation Genetics 16, 15-24. doi:10.1007/s10592-004-7729-6, 2005.
Fleeting Identities: Perishable Material Culture in Archaeological Research. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL., 2001.
Curation of Archaeological Collections at the New York State Museum. New York Archaeological Council Newsletter Fall, 1-3., 2003.
Perishable Material Culture in the Northeast, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 2004.
Exotic Ceramics at Madisonville: Implications for Interaction, in: , Taming The Taxonomy: Toward A New Understanding Of Great Lakes Archaeology. Eastendbooks, Toronto, Ontario, pp. 71-82., 1999.
The Dawn of History and the Transformation of the Fort Ancient Cultures of the Central Ohio Valley, in: , Societies In Eclipse: Archaeology Of The Eastern Woodlands Indians, A.d. 1400-1700. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D. C., pp. 83-106., 2001.
Notes on Two Noded Pipes from West Virginia. West Virginia Archeologist [for 2002] 54, 47-50., 2007.
10,000 Years of Mohawk Valley History. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 2, 10-12., 2006.
The William Tompkins Collection. Members Update 15, 6., 2004.
Soldiers, Cities, and Landscapes: Papers in Honor of Charles L. Fisher, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 2010.
European Trade Goods at the Ripley Site: Implications for Interaction Networks and Chronology. Northeast Anthropology 77-78, 89-138., 2012.
Approaching Fabrics Through Impressions on Pottery, in: , Approaching Textiles, Varying Viewpoints. Textile Society of America, Earleville, Maryland, pp. 59-68., 2001.
The Fabric of Power: Textiles in Mississippian Politics and Ritual, in: , Forging Southeastern Identities: Social Archaeology, Ethnohistory, And Folklore Of The Mississippian To Early Historic South. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, pp. 16-40., 2017.
Susannah Swan's Wampum Bag, in: , Perishable Material Culture In The Northeast. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 197-215., 2004.
Using Replication-Related Techniques to Examine the Significance of Fabrics in Mississippian Society. Ethnoarchaeology 3, 163-186. doi:10.1179/eth.2011.3.2.163, 2011.
The Making of a Postage Stamp. Members Update 15, 6., 2004.