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Current Perspectives in Northeastern Archeology: Essays in Honor of William A. Ritchie, Researches and Transactions. New York State Archaeological Association, Rochester and Albany, New York., 1977.
The Burnt Hills Phase: Regional Middle Woodland at Lake George, New York. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 37, 1-20., 1966.
The Northeastern United States, in: , Ancient North Americans. W. H. Freeman and Company, San Francisco, California, pp. 302-371., 1983.
A Stratified Rockshelter in the Upper Delaware Valley. Man in the Northeast 2, 23-50., 1971.
A Major Quarry-Workshop Site Near Cherry Valley, New York. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 59, 22-45., 1989.
An Evaluation from the New York State Perspective, in: , The Archaeology Of The Tocks Island Area. Seton Hall University Press, South Orange, New Jersey, p. xiii-xv., 1975.
Archaeological Investigations in the Upper Susquehanna Valley, New York State, Volume 2. Persimmon Press, Buffalo, New York., 1998.
Probable Plano Points in New York State. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 34, 90-93., 1964.
The Early and Middle Archaic in New York as Seen from the Upper Susquehanna River Valley, New York. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 75, 23-38., 1979.
A Middle Woodland Complex in Eastern New York. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 44, 1-7., 1968.
The Laurentian Concept: A Review. Archaeology of Eastern North America 16, 1-42., 1988.
Two Stratified Alluvial Sites in the Upper Hudson Valley. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 42, 27-61., 1972.
Some Major Wetlands in New York State: A Preliminary Assessment of Their Biological and Cultural Potential. Man in the Northeast 43, 25-41., 1992.
Geological Contexts of Archaeological Sites on the Susquehanna River Flood Plain, Guidebook. Oneonta, New York., 1977.
Early to Middle Archaic Occupations in Upstate New York, in: , Current Perspectives In Northeastern Archeology: Essays In Honor Of William A. Ritchie. New York State Archaeological Association, Rochester and Albany, New York, pp. 21-29., 1977.
The Significance of Three Radiocarbon Dates from the Sylvan Lake Rockshelter. New York State Archaeological Society Bulletin 36, 18-26., 1966.
Some Observations on Paleo-Indian Studies in the East. Archaeology of Eastern North America 11, 18-19., 1983.
Caribou and Paleo-Indian in New York State: A presumed Association. American Journal of Science 268, 181-186. doi:10.2475/ajs.268.2.181, 1970.
Some Contributions of Archaeology in the Study of Cave and Rockshelter Sediments: Examples from Eastern New York. Man in the Northeast 37, 35-112., 1989.
Recent Researches in the Upper Susquehanna Valley, New York State. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 44, 1-31., 1974.