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Weible, R., Lemak, J.A., Noble, A., 2014. An Irrepressible Conflict: The Empire State in the Civil War, Excelsior Editions. State University of New York Press, Albany, New York.
Webster, H.E., 1886. Annelida claetopoda of New Jersey. New York State Museum Annual Report 39, 128-159.
Webster, L., Drooker, P.B., 2000. Archaeological Textile Research in the Americas, in: Drooker, P.B., Webster, L. (Eds.), Beyond Cloth And Cordage: Archaeological Textile Research In The Americas. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, Utah, pp. 1-24.
Webster, H.E., 1879. Annelida chaetopoda of New Jersey. New York State Museum Annual Report 32, 101-128.
Weary, D.J., Ryder, R.T., Nyahay, R.E., 2001. Thermal Maturity Patterns in New York State Using CAI and %R (sub o). Northeastern Geology and Environmental Sciences 23, 356-376.
Watson, J.E., Heins-Ledogar, S., 2019. Testing the effectiveness of osteometrics in the identification of North American gallinaceous bird post-cranial elements. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 11, 2623–2636. doi:10.1007/s12520-018-0697-4
Watson, J.E., Ledogar, S.Heins, 2019. A reevaluation of bird taxonomic identifications at Contact‐ and historic‐era North American sites. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 29, 822 - 830. doi:10.1002/oa.v29.510.1002/oa.2799
Walter, M., Chamberlain, S.C., 2009. Road-Cut Mineral Occurrences of St. Lawrence County, New York. Rocks & Minerals 84, 254-262. doi:10.3200/RMIN.84.3.254-262
Walsh, J.P., Lenig, W., 2010. Not Just Another Pretty Face. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 5, 16.
Wall, W.J., Jamnback, H., 1957. Sampling Methods Used in Estimating Larval Populations of Salt-Marsh Tabanids. Journal of Economic Entomology 50, 389-391. doi:10.1093/jee/50.4.389
Waldman, J., Daniels, R.A., Hickerson, M., Wirgin, I., 2009. Mitochondrial DNA Analysis Indicates Sea Lampreys Are Indigenous to Lake Ontario: Response to Comment. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 138, 1190-1197. doi:10.1577/T08-035R.1

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