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2005
Drooker, P.B., 2005. A Look Back: The New York State Museum and the Capitol Fire. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 1, 4-5.
Hamell, G.R., Fox, W.A., 2005. Rattlesnake Tales. Ontario Archaeology 79/80, 127-149.
Rieth, C.B., 2005. John Big Tree, in: Eisenstadt, P., Moss, L.E.-. (Eds.), The Encyclopedia Of New York State. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY, p. 177.
Rieth, C.B., 2005. Kanatsiohareke Mohawk Community, in: Eisenstadt, P., Moss, L.E.-. (Eds.), The Encyclopedia Of New York State. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY, p. 832.
Shoemaker, S., 2005. Secrets of Stone Flakes. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 1, 6.
2004
Asch, D.L., 2004. Adair's 'Marsh-mallows': An Eighteenth-Century Native American Cornfield Crop in the Southeastern United States, in: Conrad, L.A., Reyman, J.E. (Eds.), Aboriginal Ritual And Economy In The Eastern Woodlands: Essays In Memory Of Howard Dalton Winters. Center for American Archeology, Kampsville, Illinois, pp. 303-355.
Bollen, J., 2004. The Bakehouse, in: Fisher, C.L. (Ed.), 'the Most Advantageous 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. 93-96.
Cardinal, J.S., Whelan, L., 2004. The Spatial Distribution Plots, in: Fisher, C.L. (Ed.), 'the Most Advantageous 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. 161-162.
Charles, D.K., Van Nest, J., Buikstra, J.E., 2004. From the Earth: Minerals and Meaning in the Hopewellian World, in: Boivin, N., Owoc, M.A. (Eds.), Soils, Stones And Symbols: Archaeological And Anthropological Perspectives On The Mineral World. University College London Press, London, pp. 43-70.
Davis, N.L., 2004. The Main Barracks, in: Fisher, C.L. (Ed.), 'the Most Advantageous 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. 19-36.
Drooker, P.B., 2004. The Lake George Battlefield Park Collection at the New York State Museum. Fort George Advice: The Newsletter of the Lake George Battlefield (Fort George) Alliance Spring, 1-3.
Drooker, P.B., 2004. The Making of a Postage Stamp. Members Update 15, 6.
Drooker, P.B., 2004. Perishable Material Culture in the Northeast, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
Drooker, P.B., 2004. Perishables in the Northeast, in: Drooker, P.B. (Ed.), Perishable Material Culture In The Northeast. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 1-7.
Drooker, P.B., 2004. Pipes, Leadership, and Interregional Interaction in Protohistoric Midwestern and Northeastern North America, in: Rafferty, S., Mann, R. (Eds.), Smoking And Culture: Recent Developments In The Archaeology Of Tobacco Pipes. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, Tennessee, pp. 73-141.
Drooker, P.B., Hamell, G.R., 2004. Susannah Swan's Wampum Bag, in: Drooker, P.B. (Ed.), Perishable Material Culture In The Northeast. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 197-215.
Drooker, P.B., 2004. The William Tompkins Collection. Members Update 15, 6.
Fisher, C.L., 2004. Archaeological Study, in: Fisher, C.L. (Ed.), '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. 5-18.

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