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Felt, E.P., 1902. Bark Louse. Country Gentleman 67, 306.
Felt, E.P., 1899. Bark Louse and Phytoptus. Country Gentleman 64, 430.
Felt, E.P., 1898. Bean Weevil. Country Gentleman 63, 966.
Felt, E.P., 1911. Bean Weevil. Country Gentleman 76, 409.
Fitch, A., 1861. The Bean Weevil. Transactions of the Rhode Island Society for the Encouragement of Domestic Industry 1860, 62-64.
Felt, E.P., 1910. Beans Hurt by Maggot. Country Gentleman 75, 660.
Felt, E.P., 1902. Bedbugs in Henhouses. Country Gentleman 67, 611.
Fisher, D.W., 1980. Bedrock Geology of the Central Mohawk Valley, New York. New York State Museum and Science Service Map and Chart Series.
Fisher, D.W., 1984. Bedrock Geology of the Glens Falls-Whitehall Region, New York. New York State Museum and Science Service Map and Chart Series.
Felt, E.P., 1900. Bees and Spraying, A Warning. Country Gentleman 65, 470.
Felt, E.P., 1898. Bees Injuring Grapes. Country Gentleman 63, 226.
Felt, E.P., 1910. Beet Leaf Miner. Country Gentleman 75, 622.
Felt, E.P., 1907. Beet Leaf Miner. Country Gentleman 72, 638.
Felt, E.P., 1904. Beetle-Lice. Country Gentleman 69, 747.
Fisher, C.L., 2009. Beneath the City: An Archaeological Perspective of Albany, New York State Museum Circular. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
Fisher, C.L., 2007. Beneath the City: An Archaeological Perspective of Albany. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 3, 12-13.
Felt, E.P., 1898. Beneficial Bugs. Country Gentleman 63, 868.
Felt, E.P., 1903. Beneficial Insects. Country Gentleman 68, 206.
LoRusso, M.S., 2000. The Betsey Prince Site: An Early Black Domestic Site on Long Island, in: Hart, J.P., Fisher, C.L. (Eds.), Nineteenth- And Early Twentieth-Century Domestic Site Archaeology In New York State. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 195-224.

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