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Trading in Metaphors: The Magic of Beads, Another Perspective Upon Indian-European Contact in Northeastern North America, in: , Proceedings Of The 1982 Glass Trade Bead Conference. Rochester Museum and Science Center, Rochester, New York, pp. 5-28., 1983.
Long-Tail: The Panther in Huron-Wyandot and Seneca Myth, Ritual and Material Culture, in: , Icons Of Power: Feline Symbolism In The Americas. Routledge, New York, pp. 258-286., 1998.
Review of "Onondaga: Portrait of a People" by Dennis J. Connors, Laurence M. Hauptman, and Ray Gonyea. Ethnohistory 34, 407-410., 1987.
Wampum: Lost Treasure. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 2, 16., 2007.
A 19th Century `Apostle Potter': Heber Kimball, Mormon Leader, `Received the Spirit' in His Upstate New York Pottery. The New York-Pennsylvania Collector 8, 12B-14B., 1983.
Wampum, in: , Encyclopedia Of North American Indians: Native American History, Culture, And Life From Paleo-Indians To The Present. Houghton Mifflin Company, Massachusetts, pp. 662-664., 1996.
Strawberries, Floating Islands, and Rabbit Captains: Mythical Realities and European Contact in the Northeast During the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Journal of Canadian Studies 21, 72-94., 1987.
Rattlesnake Tales. Ontario Archaeology 79/80, 127-149., 2005.
North Bay Pottery. The New York-Pennsylvania Collector 6, 3-4., 1981.
Introduction, in: , Skunny Wundy: Seneca Indian Tales By Arthur C. Parker. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, New York, p. xv-xx., 1994.
Mythical realities and European Contact in the Northeast During the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Man in the Northeast 33, 63-87., 1987.
A Look Back: "Old Indian Life Groups.. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 1, 5., 2005.
Earthenwares and Salt-glazed Stonewares of the Rochester-Genesee Valley Region: An Overview.. Northeast Historical Archaeology 7-9, 1-14. doi:https://doi.org/10.22191/neha/vol9/iss1/1, 1981.
The Iroquois and the World's Rim: Speculations on Color, Culture, and Contact. American Indian Quarterly 16, 451-469. doi:10.2307/1185292, 1992.
Metaphor, Myth, and Contemporary Iroquois History. The Iroquoian 9, 24-31., 1984.
Seneca Iroquois Carved Wooden Ladles. Members Update 15, 6., 2004.
Mohawks Abroad: The 1764 Amsterdam Etching of Sychnecta, in: , Indians And Europe: An Interdisciplinary Collections Of Essays. Editions Herodot, Rader-Verlag, Aachen, Germany, pp. 175-193., 1987.
The Iroquois and the World's Rim: Speculations on Color, Culture, and Contact, in: , Archaeology Of The Iroquois: Selected Readings & Research Sources. Syracus University Press, Syracuse, New York, pp. 306-320., 2007.