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Notes on the Early Stages of Certain Goniatites. New York State Museum Annual Report 50, 163-169., 1899.
Observations on the Terataspisgrandis, Hall, the Largest Known Trilobite. New York State Museum Annual Report 44, 111-114., 1892.
The Oldest of the Forests. The Scientific Monthly 12, 83-91., 1921.
The Onondaga Lake Squids. Science 16, 991., 1902.
The Paleontological Society Address of the President. Science 33, 284-296., 1911.
Paropsonema cryptophya: A Peculiar Echinoderm from the Intumescens-zone (Portage Beds) of Western New York. New York State Museum Annual Report 54, 172-178., 1902.
The Philosophy of Geology and the Order of the State. Science 45, 125-135., 1917.
Possible Derivation of the Lepadid Barnacles from the Phyllopods. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 4, 384-386., 1918.
Preliminary Statement of the Paleontologic Results of the Areal Survey of the Olean Quadrangle. New York State Museum Bulletin 52, 524-528., 1902.
The Protection of Natural Monuments. Science 30, 51-52., 1909.
The Reincarnation of James Eights, Antarctic Explorer. The Scientific Monthly 2, 189-202., 1916.
Relation of New York State Paleontology to the Schools and Colleges.. Regents Report 113, 359-364., 1901.
A Relief Map of the United States. Science 45, 291., 1917.
A Remarkable Occurrence of Orthoceras in the Oneota Beds of the Chenango Valley, N.Y.. New York State Museum Annual Report 54, 167-171., 1902.
Report on Field -work in Chenango County. New York State Museum Annual Report 47, 723-751., 1894.
Report on the Bones of Mastodon or Elephase Found Associated with Charcoal and Pottery at Attica, N.Y.. New York State Museum Annual Report 41, 388-390., 1888.
The Squids from Onondaga Lake, N.Y.. Science 16, 947-948., 1902.
Stratigraphic and Faunal Relations of the Oneonta Sandstones and Shales, the Ithaca and Portage Groups in Central New York. New York State Museum Annual Report 49, 11-12, 27-81., 1898.
The Structure and Development of the Visual Area in the Trilobite, Phacopsrana, Green. Journal of Morphology 2, 253-270., 1888.
On the Structure of the Carapace in the Devonian Crustacean Rhinocaris; and the Relation of the Genus to Mesothyra and the Phyllocarida. The American Naturalist 27, 793-801., 1893.