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Sullivan, L.P., 1992. Managing Archeological Resources from the Museum Perspective, Technical Brief. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Cultural Resources, Washington, D. C.
Sullivan, L.P., 1996. Reanalyzing the Ripley Site: Earthworks and Late Prehistory on the Lake Erie Plain, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
Sullivan, L.P., Hart, J.P., 1996. Research Plan for Prehistoric Sites, Historic Context Development for Prehistoric Sites, U.S. Route 219, Cattaraugus and Erie Counties, New York. Albany, New York.
Sullivan, L.P., 1992. Arthur C. Parker's Contributions to New York State Archaeology. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 104, 3-8.
Stoner, D., 1937. The House Rat as an Enemy of the Bank Swallow. Journal of Mammalogy 18, 87-89. doi:10.2307/1374317
Stoner, D., Stoner, L.C., 1941. Feeding of Nestling Bank Swallows. The Auk, Vol. 58, No. 1 (Jan., 1941), pp. 52-55 58, 52-55. doi:10.2307/4078896
Stoner, D., 1935. Ninety Minutes with Robert Ridgway. Wison Bulletin 46, 90-92.
Stoner, D., Stoner, L.C., 1952. Birds of Washington Park, Albany, New York, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
Stoner, D., Koster, L.J., 1942. Sora, Near-Victim of a Fish. Science 96, 580-581. doi:10.1126/science.96.2504.580
Stoner, D., 1938. Great Gray Owl from New York State. The Auk 55, 279-280.
Stoner, D., 1943. Yellow-bellied Sap Sucker, Tree-troubler. University of the State of New York Bulletin to the Schools 29, 266-270.
Stoner, D., 1941. Homing Instinct in the Bank Swallow. Bird-Banding 12, 104-109. doi:10.2307/4509677
Stoner, D., Stoner, L.C., 1937. A Six-Year-Old Bank Swallow. Bird Binding 8, 175-176.
Stoner, D., 1945. Additional Unrecorded Passenger Pigeons from New York State. The Auk 62, 622-623. doi:10.2307/4079818
Stoner, D., 1937. A Method of Dispersal of the Black Widow Spider. Science 85, 219. doi:10.1126/science.85.2200.219

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