Bear Stories as Told by the People of Kitsumkalum
Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project. Working Paper Series #9, 1987.

Crests of the Kitsumkalum
Kitsumkalum: Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project, Working Paper Series No.1. 1980, 7 pages.

Crests of Kitsumkalum, a Working Paper for the Use of the Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project
Kitsumkalum: Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project, Working Paper Series #7, 1987.

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

Kitsumkalum Land Use and Occupancy Study
Kitsumkalum: Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project, Working Paper Series No. 3, 1980-81, 70 pages.

List of Known Tsimshian Names from Kitsumkalum
Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project. Working Paper Series #12, 1987.

Map Studies, Kitsumkalum, Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project (with Wayne Bolton)
Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project, Working Papers Series No.5. 1982, 3 pages (plus 10 wall maps).

Names of the Chiefs of Kitsumkalum and Kitselas
Kitsumkalum: Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project, Working Paper Series No. 2. 1980, 3 pages.

The Ownership of Northeastern Kitsumkalum Valley
Kitsumkalum: Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project, Report No.11, 1986.

Stories, Legends, Sagas, Adaorh, as Told by People of Kitsumkalum
Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project. Working Paper Series #10, 1987.

Tsimshian Culture: A Light Through the Ages
Jay Miller. Lincoln and London. University of Nebraska Press. 1997. 202 pages. (Review) American Anthropologist 1998 vol 100, no 2, pp 35-36.

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.

Tsimshian Renewal: Centralizing the Margin
Abstracts of the 25th Annual Conference, Canadian Anthropology Society, Toronto 1998.

Who Owns the D'am Gwawt'al'altk?
Abstracts of the Eighth Royal Ontario Museum Research Colloquium, Toronto 1986.

Xpee Sunt, the Story of the Woman who Married a Bear
Kitsumkalum: Kitsumkalum Social History Research Project, Working Paper Series #8, 1987.