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Abenaki Basketry, National Museum of Man, Mercury Series, No. 85, Ottawa, 1982

Micmac Basketry, an unpublished report following a field research contract for the Canadian Museum of Civilization, formerly the National Museum of Man, 1979, pp. 284

Micmac and Maliseet Decorative Traditions, The New Brunswick Museum, Saint John, NB, 1977.

The Analysis and Classification of Malecite Splint Ash Baskets, unpublished honours paper, University of New Brunswick, April 1973, pp. 69.


“Wabanaki Splint Wood Basketry”, Presence Amerindienne dans la littérature et sociétés de l’Amérique Anglophone, CELCAA, Université des Antilles et de la Guyane, Schoelcher, Martinique, 1994, pp. 55-62

‘‘Indian Humour in Simon J. Ortiz`s `The San Francisco Indians`,’’ ibid., April, 1992, pp. 14-15

‘‘A Glimpse of Micmac Religion,’’ The Kings County Record, March 1981 and reproduced in the New Freeman, and renamed ``Micmacs were First Indian Tribe to Embrace Christianity,’’ April 1981

‘‘The Micmac Dilemma at the End of the Seventeenth Century,’’ Journal of the New Brunswick Museum, 1980, pp. 103-112

“Women’s Work Basket”, Canadian Antiques and Art Review, 1979, pp. 32-35

``From Animal Skins to Polyester : Four Hundred Years of Micmac and Maliseet Clothing Styles and Ornamentation,`` Papers of the Tenth Algonquin Conference, edit. WilliamCowan, Carleton University Press Ottawa, 1978 republished from the Journal of the New Brunswick Museum, 1978, pp. 118-32

“The Basket Case” Journal of the New Brunswick Museum, Saint John, NB, 1977, pp. 72-77

“New Brunswick Indian Crafts,” Canadian Antiques Collector, 1975, pp. 16-18

E-Newletters Articles

“Baskets that Changed Wabanaki Basket History”, Neat Work, E-Newsletter, Winter 2011

“Baskets Out of the Attic Event in Warner New Hampshire”, Neat Work, E-Newsletter, Summer 2011

“Wabanaki Basket Makers Excel and Delight”, Neat Work, E-Newsletter, July, 2009

“Wholesale Baskets”, Neat Work, E-Newsletter, April, 2009

“The Hatbox and the Sample Basket”, Neat Work E-Newsletter, Jan.,2009

“William Polchies Snowshoes”, Neat Work, E-Newsletter, Oct. 2008

“Eel Fishing Basket or Creel”, ibid.

“Basket Festival and Sale”, Neat Work, E-Newsletter, Aug., 2008


Accession Report : Ethnology Collection, Kings County Museum, NB, 2007, pp 36

Maliseet Basket Report : Collections of the Carleton County Historical Society Museum, 2007, pp 16 for the Chair of Native Studies, St. Thomas University.

Kolkwisswaptol : The Mi’kmaq Basket Makers’ Joke, essay, Education Department, UNB, 2002, 11 pages

The « Indian Academy » and the Shubenacadie Residential School, essay, Education Department UNB, 2002, 17 pages.

An Early 19th Century Maliseet Hat Box Basket, unpublished paper, 2002, 14 pages. La représentation des Mi’kmaq et Malécite dans la littérature populaire de la période coloniale du Nouveau-Brunswick de 1784-1867, l’Université des Antilles et de la Guyane, Martinique, 1997, 200 pp.

L’aspect économique, social, et culturel de la vannerie Mi’kmaq de 1860 à 1960, l’Université des Antilles et de la Guyane, Martinique, 1995, 200 pp.

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