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The Status and Progress of Indians as Shown by the Thirteenth Census. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3, 185-208., 1915.
The Status of New York Indians, in: , Nineteenth Report Of The Director Of The State Museum Science Department. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 67-82., 1924.
Stone Ornaments Used by Indians in the United States and Canada. Andover Press, Andover, Massachusetts., 1917.
Superstitions of and About the American Indian. Thirteen Club Annual Report 21-27., 1913.
A Survey of the [Indian] Problem - Its Elements and Its Ends. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2, 13-22., 1914.
Unhistorical Museums. Museum Work 6, 155-158., 1924.
Unhistorical Museums or Museums of History, Which?. New York State Historical Association Quarterly Journal 5, 256-263., 1924.
What Makes the Indian a Problem?. S 1, 103-114., 1913.
The White Aryan and the Red American. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4, 121-126., 1916.
Why All This Secrecy?. The Builder 9, 361., 1923.
Why Should the Country Heed Our Pleading?. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3, 163-167., 1915.
Why We Go A Fishin'. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4, 71-73., 1916.
The Wider Vision. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3, 86-97., 1915.
Woman's Place Among the Indians. American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society, Annual Report 16, 252-253., 1911.