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The Main Barracks, in: , 'the Most Advantageous Situation In The Highlands': An Archaeological Study Of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 19-36., 2004.
The Fort Edward Village Site. Newsletter of the New York Archaeological Council 14-18., 2014.
The Fort Edward Feeder Canal Bridge Site, Fort Edward Data Recovery and Monitoring Project. New York Archaeological Council Newsletter 2-8., 2015.
Fort Edward Data Recovery and Monitoring Project, The Fort Edward Feeder Canal Bridge Site. New York Archaeological Council Newsletter Spring, 2-8., 2015.
Excavations at Fort Edward. Society for Historical Archaeology Newsletter 40, 20-21., 2007.
Excavations at Fort Edward. Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology Newsletter March, 13-14., 2007.
Cultural Resources Site Examination Report of the J. G. Byars Site (NYSM# 11370), NY Route 22 over the Walloomsac River, Town of North Hoosick, Rensselaer County, New York, New York State Museum Cultural Resource Survey Program Series. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 2012.
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance Survey Report of PIN 9806.80.101, NYS Route 206 Culvert Replacement C920157, Town of Bainbridge, Chenango County, New York. New York State Museum, Albany, New York., 2015.