2012 Morton, Ashley M. Understanding Personal Hygiene Artifacts as Indicators of Identity from the Joint Courts Complex Project, Tucson, Arizona. Nevada Archaeologist 25:15-21.
2011 Ciolek-Torello, Richard and Karen K. Swope, Justin Lev-Tov, Ashley M. Morton, James Clark, Teresita Majewski
Archaeological Investigations at the Yorba and Slaughter Families Adobe, San Bernadino, County, California. Society for California Archaeology Proceedings 25:1-16.
2013 Morton, Ashley M and Robert Lee Sappington. Digging for Wealth: Archaeological and Historical Analyses of an Early Twentieth Century Ore Processing Mill in Shoshone County, Idaho. Journal of Northwest Anthropology 47(2):189-202. (Available on Academia.edu)
- 2017 Morton, Ashley. Early 20th century remnants of Spokane found at Riverfront Park. Walla Walla Union Bulletin. October 4.
- 2016 Morton, Ashley. FWWM helps uncover a piece of Spokane’s blacksmithing history. Walla Walla Union Bulletin. October 4.
- 2015 Morton, Ashley. Historical archaeology: Learning about, understanding our recent past. Walla Walla Union Bulletin. April 7.
- 2014 Morton, Ashley. Early Walla Wallans Mostly Accepting of Sizable Chinese Community. Walla Walla Union Bulletin. October 7.