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Fenton, W.N., 1957. Factionalism at Taos Pueblo. American Ethnological Bulletin 164, 397-344.
Fenton, W.N., 1962. Ethnohistory and its Problems. Ethnohistory 9, 1-23. doi:10.2307/480783
Fenton, W.N., 1955. Cultural Stability and Change in American Indian Societies. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 83, 169-174. doi:10.2307/2844029
Book Chapter
Fenton, W.N., 1957. Long-Term Trends of Change Among the Iroquois, in: Ray, V.F. (Ed.), Cultural Stability And Cultural Change. American Ethnological Society, Seattle, Washington, pp. 30-35.
Fenton, W.N., 1962. Lewis Henry Morgan (1818-1881): Pioneer Ethnologist, in: Corinth Reprint Of The League Of The Iroquois. p. v-xviii.
Ritchie, W.A., 1961. Iroquois Archeology and Settlement Patterns, in: Fenton, W.N., Gulick, J. (Eds.), Symposium On Cherokee And Iroquois Culture. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C., pp. 27-38.
Fenton, W.N., 1967. From Longhouse to Ranch-type House, in: Tooker, E. (Ed.), Iroquois Culture, History, And Prehistory: Proceedings, Conference On Iroquois Research. pp. 7-22.
Book
Fenton, W.N., 1961. Symposium on Local Diversity in Iroquois Culture, Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C.
Fenton, W.N., Gulick, J., 1961. Symposium on Cherokee and Iroquois Culture, Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C.
Fenton, W.N., 1963. The Seneca Green Corn Ceremony: A Revealing Glimpse into the Life and Mind of New York Indians. N.Y. State Conservation Dept., Division of Conservation Education, Albany, New Jersey.
Fenton, W.N., 1957. American Indian and White Relations to 1830: Needs and Opportunities for Study, The Institute for Early American History and Culture. University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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