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Worm on Grape Vines. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 20, 342-343., 1861.
The Entomologist. No. 35 -- The Nebraska Bee-killer. Country Gentleman 24, 63., 1864.
Injurious Insect on the Oak. Country Gentleman 12, 74., 1858.
The Entomologist. No. 29 -- The Army Worm Moth. Country Gentleman 18, 66., 1861.
Plant-lice, drouth, etc.. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 5, 37., 1854.
The Entomologist. Plant Lice --- The Hop. Country Gentleman 26, 82., 1865.
Address of Asa Fitch, M.D., Entomologist of the Society, on the Curculia and Black Knot on Plum Trees. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 18, 599-612., 1860.
Disappearance of the Wheat-Midge. American Farmer 2, 378-379., 1861.
Osage Orange Insect. Country Gentleman 5, 38-39., 1855.
Correlation of the Ordovician rocks in New York State. New York State Museum Map and Chart Series., 1962.
A Future for the Past: The State Museum's Acquisition of Millions of Archaeological Artifacts Secures New York City's History. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 2, 10-12., 2006.
Lower Devonian Limestones, Helderberg Escarpment, New York, in: , Centennial Field Guide. Geolical Society of America, Boulder, Colorado, pp. 119-122., 1987.
Archaeology and the Rural Landscape, in: , Nineteenth- And Early Twentieth-Century Domestic Site Archaeology In New York State. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 63-78., 2000.
People, Places, and Material Things: Historical Archaeology of Albany, New York, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, NY., 2003.
Style Wars in the Wilderness: The Colonial Forts at Crown Point, in: , The Archaeology Of French And Indian War Forts. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, pp. 174-190. doi:10.5744/florida/9780813049069.003.0011, 2013.
Intricacy of Applied Stratigraphic Nomenclature. The Journal of Geology 64, 617-627., 1956.
Polylopia Clark, an Ordovician Scaphopod. Journal of Paleontology 32, 144-146., 1958.