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Hamell, G.R., 1981. Earthenwares and Salt-glazed Stonewares of the Rochester-Genesee Valley Region: An Overview.. Northeast Historical Archaeology 7-9, 1-14. doi:https://doi.org/10.22191/neha/vol9/iss1/1
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Hauptman, L.R., Hamell, G.R., 2003. George Catlin: The Iroquois Origins of His Indian Portrait Gallery. New York History: Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association 84, 125-151.
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Hamell, G.R., 1994. Introduction, in: Syracuse University Press, (Ed.), Skunny Wundy: Seneca Indian Tales By Arthur C. Parker. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, New York, p. xv-xx.
Hamell, G.R., 2007. The Iroquois and the World's Rim: Speculations on Color, Culture, and Contact, in: Kerber, J.E. (Ed.), Archaeology Of The Iroquois: Selected Readings & Research Sources. Syracus University Press, Syracuse, New York, pp. 306-320.
Hamell, G.R., 1992. The Iroquois and the World's Rim: Speculations on Color, Culture, and Contact. American Indian Quarterly 16, 451-469. doi:10.2307/1185292
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Hamell, G.R., 1998. Long-Tail: The Panther in Huron-Wyandot and Seneca Myth, Ritual and Material Culture, in: Saunders, N.J. (Ed.), Icons Of Power: Feline Symbolism In The Americas. Routledge, New York, pp. 258-286.
Hamell, G.R., 2005. A Look Back: "Old Indian Life Groups.. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 1, 5.
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Miller, C.L., Hamell, G.R., 1986. A New Perspective on Indian-White Contact: Cultural Symbols and Colonial Trade. The Journal of American History 73, 311-328. doi:10.2307/1908224
Miller, C.L., Hamell, G.R., 2000. A New Perspective on Indian-White Contact: Cultural Symbols and Colonial Trade, in: Marshall, P.C., Merrell, J.H. (Eds.), American Encounters: Natives And Newcomers From European Contact To Indian Removal, 1500-1850. Routledge, London, pp. 177-193.
Hamell, G.R., 1981. North Bay Pottery. The New York-Pennsylvania Collector 6, 3-4.

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