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1954
Ritchie, W.A., 1954. Dutch Hollow, An Early Historic Period Seneca Site in Livingston County, New York, Researchs and transactions. New York State Archaeological Association, Rochester, New York.
1951
Collins, D.L., Nardy, R.V., 1951. The Development and Application of Spray Procedures for Controlling the Tick, Dermacentor variabilis Say, New York State Museum Circular. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
1950
Goldring, W., 1950. Devonian Crinoids: New and Old. Bulletin of the Wagner Free Institute of Sciences of Philadelphia 25, 29-37.
1938
Flower, R.H., 1938. Devonian Brevicones of New York and Adjacent Areas, Paleontotographic Americana. Paleontological Research Institute, Ithaca, New York.
Goldring, W., 1938. Devonian Crinoids from the Mackenzie River Basin, Northwest Territories, Canada, Bulletins. American Paleontology, New York, New York.
1932
Ruedemann, R., 1932. Development of Drainage of Catskills. American Journal of Science 23, 337-349.
1926
Ruedemann, R., 1926. A Devonian Starfish from Gaspe, in: Adams, C.C. (Ed.), Twenty-First Report Of The Director Of The Division Of Science And The State Museum. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 70-80.
1923
Goldring, W., 1923. The Devonian Crinoids of the State of New York, New York State Museum Memoir. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
1917
Felt, E.P., 1917. Distribution of Gall Midges. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 3, 349-354.
1914
Felt, E.P., 1914. Descriptions of Gall Midges. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 22, 124-134.
Parker, A.C., 1914. The Discovery of America as an Incentive to Human Achievement. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2, 265-268.
1913
Felt, E.P., 1913. Descriptions of Gall Midges (Diptera). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 21, 213-219.

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