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The Philosophy of Indian Education. Proceedings of the First Annual Conference of the Society on American Indians 1, 68-76., 1912.
The Double-Headed Eagle and Whence it Came. The Builder 9, 138-142., 1923.
Archeology and Ethnology, in: , Nineteenth Report Of The Director Of The State Museum Science Department. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 44-48., 1924.
Why Should the Country Heed Our Pleading?. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3, 163-167., 1915.
A Prehistoric Iroquoian Site on the Reed Farm, Richmond Mills, Ontario County, N.Y., Researches andTransactions. New York State Archeological Association. Lewis H. Morgan Chapter, Rochester, New York., 1918.
Superstitions of and About the American Indian. Thirteen Club Annual Report 21-27., 1913.
A Conference on Race Progress. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4, 216-222., 1916.
Report on the Archaeology Section, in: , Fifth Report Of The Director Of The Science Division. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 54-77., 1909.
Champlain's Assault on the Fortified Town of the Oneidas, 1615. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 1919.
Marching as to War. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2, 185., 1914.
Problems of Race Assimilation in America, with Special Reference to the American Indian. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4, 285-304., 1916.
The Influence of the Iroquois on the History and Archaeology of the Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania and the Adjacent Region. Wyoming Historical and Geological Society Proceedings 11, 1-38., 1911.
The Indians of New York State. Rome Missions Council, New York, New York., 1921.
Certain Important Elements of the Indian Problem. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2, 24-38., 1915.
American Indian Masonry. The Builder 10, 137-138., 1924.
The Persistence of Barbarism in Civilized Society. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3, 76-81., 1915.
The Constitution of the Five Nations, a Reply. American Anthropologist 20, 120-124., 1918.
Old Squawkie Hill. Livingston County Historical Society Proceedings 27-37., 1913.
A Solution to the Indian Problem. Albany, New York., 1920.
The Origin of the Iroquois as Suggested by their Archeology. American Anthropologist 18, 479-507., 1916.