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Coccus arborum-linearis, Geoff. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London 3, 77-78., 1855.
Plum Tree Caterpillars. Country Gentleman 5, 234., 1855.
The Sumac Gall- Aphis. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 16, 73., 1866.
Address on Our Most Pernicious Insects, Delivered at the Annual Meeting, February, 1859. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 19, 588-598., 1860.
The Grain Aphis. New York Observer 39, 336., 1861.
The Buffalo Tree-hopper the Cause of Scars on the Twigs of Fruit Trees. American Agriculture 21, 172-173., 1862.
Cut-worms (Viviparous, S.). Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 8, 22., 1857.
Garden Insects. The Illustrated Annual Register Of Rural Affairs And Cultivator Almanac 13, 91-104., 1867.
Sixth Report on Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 20, 745-868., 1861.
Mohawkian (Middle Ordovician) Biostratigraphy of the Wells Outlier Hamilton County, NY, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 1957.
Introduction to Historical Archaeological Studies of Albany, in: , People, Places, And Material Things: Historical Archaeology Of Albany, New York. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 3-10., 2003.
Bedrock Geology of the Central Mohawk Valley, New York. New York State Museum and Science Service Map and Chart Series., 1980.
Correlation of the Silurian Rocks in New York State. New York State Museum Map and Chart Series., 1960.
'The Most Advantageous Situation in the Highlands': An Archaeological Study of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site, New York State Museum Cultural Resources Survey Program Series. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 2004.
Why Not A State Fossil for New York?. The Conservationist 36, 8-13., 1982.
An Ancient Beachead; Devonian Plants Trigger Animal Conquest of the Land. The Conservationist 17, 22-27., 1962.
The Oldest Known Tentaculitid: From the Chepultepec Limestone (Canadian) of Virginia. Journal of Morphology 29, 871-875., 1955.