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The White-tailed (Virginian) Deer and Its Kin. Scribner’s Mag., Vol. XL, September, pp. 321–341 with 1 map, 20 illus., 1 photograph, New York. Republished in “Life Histories”, 1909.

The American Bison or Buffalo. Scribner’s Mag., Vol. XL, October, 1906, pp. 385–405 with 2 maps, 16 illus., and 6 photographs. New York. Republished in “Life Histories”, 1909.

The Smallest of All Beasts of Prey. Western Sportsman, pp. 316–318. December. Account of Putorious rixosus, with map and illus. Winnipeg. Republished in “Life Histories”, 1909.

The Birch Bark Roll of the Woodcraft Indians. Containing the constitution, laws, games and deeds, publ. by Doubleday, Page & Co. New York. 70 pp., 8 vo., 41 cuts, over 100 exploits recognized. The Sixth Birch Bark Roll.

Raising Fur-bearing Animals for Profit. Fox-farming as a paying investment for $1000 — cost of stock and income from pelts. How the silver fox lives and breeds — a model farm. Country Life, Vol. IX, Jan., pp. 294–7, with an addendum, 9 photos and 1 diagram.

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The Merry Chipmunk. Success Mag., Vol. X, May, pp. 328–331, also pp. 368–370. 4 illus. by the author. New York. Republished in “Life Histories”, 1909.

The Snowshoe Rabbit. Everybody's Mag., Vol. XVI, May, pp. 599–608. 9 illus. and 1 map by the author. New York. Republished in “Life Histories”, 1909.

Dogs of Song. The life-habits and wonderful vocal abilities of the coyote. Success Mag., Vol. X, August, pp. 537, §39, and 562—3 with 1 map, 7 drawings, and 1 photograph. New York. Republished in “Life Histories”, 1909.

The Habits of Wolves. American Mag., Vol. LXIV, October, 1907, pp. 636–645; 9 illus. by the author. New York. Republished in “Life Histories”, 1909.

The Natural History of the Ten Commandments. Century Mag., Vol. LX XV, Nov., pp. 24–33. An attempt to show the Ten Commandments as kasic laws of all creation, not merely arbitrary laws given to man. A lecture delivered before the Harvard Union, Mar. 5, 1907.

The Natural History of the Ten Commandments. Charles Scribner’s Sons, 77 pp., 12 mo. Showing the Ten Commandments to be fundamental laws of all creation. New York. The book form of the essay.

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