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Development of Drainage of Catskills. American Journal of Science 23, 337-349., 1932.
A review of the Eurypterid Rami of the genus Pterygotus with the descriptions of two new Devonian species. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 69-72., 1935.
On the Occurrence of an Apus in the Permian of Oklahoma. Journal of Geology 30, 311-318., 1922.
Observations on Excitation of Fireflies by Explosives. Science 86, 222-223., 1937.
Development and Mode of Growth of Diplograptus, McCoy. New York State Museum Annual Report 48, 219-251., 1895.
The Utica and Lorraine Fomations of New York: Part 2 Systematic Paleontology No. 2: Mollusks, Crustaceans, and Eurypterids, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 1926.
Memorial to David Hale Newland (1872-1943). Proceedings of the Geological Society of America 209-216., 1944.
Structure of Some Primitive Cephalopods, in: , Report Of The State Paleontologist 1903. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 296-341., 1905.
Eurypterids in Graptolite Shales. American Journal of Science 27, 374-385. doi:10.2475/ajs.s5-27.161.374, 1934.
Some Marine Algae from the Trenton Limestone of New York, in: , Fifth Report Of The Director Of The Science Division. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 194-216., 1919.
The Ordovician of Maine. American Journal of Science 30, 353-358., 1935.
The Utica and Lorraine Formations of New York: Part 2 Systematic Paleontology No. 1: Plants, Sponges, Corals, Graptolites, Crinoids, Worms, Bryozoans, Brachiopods, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 1925.
Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian): Eurypterida, 17 Cards. Wagner Free Institute of Science, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania., 1939.
Trenton conglomerate of Rysedorph Hill and Its Fauna, in: , Paleontologic Papers 2. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 3-114., 1901.
Note on Oldhamia (Murchisonites) Occidens (Walcott). New York State Museum Bulletin 281, 47-51., 1929.