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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.
Beneath the City: An Archaeological Perspective of Albany. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 3, 12-13., 2007.
The Cambrian System of New York State. Symposium on Cambrian Systems, 2oth International Geological Congress 321-351., 1956.
Ancient Fishes in New York. The Conservationist 35, 22-28., 1958.
Introduction, in: , Colossal Cataract; The Geologic History Of Niagara Falls. State University of New York Press, Alexandria, New York, pp. 1-15., 1981.
How to Collect Fossils. The Conservationist 16, 48., 1961.
The Guardhouse, in: , 'the Most Adventageous Situation In The Highlands': An Archaeological Study Of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 97-108., 2004.
Current Research and Future Directions in Archaeology at the Bureau of Historic Sites. Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 12, 163-177., 1996.
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.
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.