Bleeding Day and Night: The Construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Across Tsimshian Reserve Lands
Canadian Journal of Native Studies. 1990 vol. 10 No. 1 Pp 33-69.

Documentary Sources in Kitsumkalum's History with the Railway Company
Kitsumkalum: Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project, Report No.2. 1981, 78 pages. Available from Kitsumkalum Village Administration, Terrace, British Columbia.

Feasting to decolonize the community: building a moral community for the 21st century

Poles, Potlatching, and Public Affairs, the Use of Aboriginal Culture in Development
CULTURE. 1990 Vol X No 2 Pp 103-120.

The Railway Company and Kitsumkalum: First Encounters
Kitsumkalum: Kitsumkalum Social History and Research Project, Report No.3. 1981, 78 pages.

Social Change and the Creation of Underdevelopment: A Northwest Coast Case
American Ethnologist 1994 21:1: 152-175.c

Simple Commodity Production and the Subsumption of the Tsimshians Under Capital
Abstracts of the 10th Annual Meeting; Canadian Ethnology Society, 1983 pages 69-70.

Trying to Make a Life: The Historic Political Economy of Kitsumkalum
Ph.D. Dissertation. Vancouver: University of British Columbia 1985. 434 pages.

Tsimshian Cultural Responses to Governmental Control
Hunters and Gatherers in the Modern Context. Book of Presented Papers, 2 volumes. Seventh International Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies, University of Alaska and the Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia. 1994 Pages 458 - 467.