A survey of twenty-seven documentary films over a forty-four year period (1963-2007) — published by PAHH, 2007.
Speech presented originally in the Centennial of the Hellenic Community, Pueblo, Colorado, 2005, describing the psychological, sociological, and theological roles of the Greek Orthodox Church in southern Colorado from the author's personal experience — published by PAHH, 2006.
An account of immigration from the Balkans and adaptation to America, with depth from the histories of Macedonia and the Black Sea coast — published by PAHH, 2003.
Memoirs of Co. C, 2671 Special Reconnaissance Battalion, also known as the Greek American Operational Group, which served behind the lines to liberate Greece — published by PAHH, 2004.
Reflections on the origins of his art and on the vitality of dance, with a remembrance of his parents — published by PAHH, 2002.
A slide presentation, delivered originally as a lecture to the Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, Pennsylvania — published 2005.
First-hand account (primary source) by Horton who was "for thirty years Consul and Consul-General of the United States in the Near East"; original publication, 1926; reprinted, 2003; reprinted online by PAHH, 2007.
Description of regional endeavors across America for the preservation of local Greek-American history — original online publication, The National Herald, 2004; reprinted online by PAHH, 2004.
Description of the character of Eustrate [Evstratii] Ivanovich Delarof,
the first documented Greek explorer and merchant to arrive in Alaska, arriving 1781, staying into 1791
— original online publication, The National Herald, 2004; reprinted online by PAHH, 2004.
Description of the plight, strength, and legacy of women from Greece in arranged marriages to men in America during the early 20th century. — original online publication, The National Herald, 2005; reprinted online by PAHH, 2005.
Description of the unveiling of the monument in Athens, Greece, 26 May 2005, to commemorate the Greek American soliders who volunteered into the USA Office of Strategic Services for hazard duty to help to liberate Greece during the Nazi occupation of World War Two. — original online publication, The National Herald, 2005; reprinted online by PAHH, 2005.