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Bibliography of the American Revolution in the Hudson River Valley

Bibliography Courtesy of Mr. Alan Aimone



COLONIAL/AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA WEB SITES

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BIBLIOGRAPHIES

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Eakin, Joyce L. Colonial America and the War for Independence, Special Bibliography 14. Carlisle Barracks, PA: US Army Military History Research Collection, 1976.

Gephart, Ronald M., comp. Revolutionary America, 1763-1789: A Bibliography, 2 vol. 2. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1984.

Klein, Milton, M. New York in the American Revolution: A Bibliography. Albany, NY: New York State American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, 1974.

McMurtrie, Douglas C. A Check List of Eighteenth Century Albany Imprints: New York State Library Bibliography Bulletin no. 80. Albany, NY: University of the State of New York, 1939.

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White, J. Todd and Charles H. Lesser, eds. Fighters For Independence: A Guide to Sources of Geographical Information on Soldiers and Sailors of the American Revolution. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1977.

Wright, Robert K., Jr. Continental Army. (Army Lineage Series) Washington, D.C.: Center of Military History, Untied States Army, 1983.

 


MAP SOURCES

Cappon, Lester J., ed. Atlas of Early American History: The Revolutionary Era, 1760-1790. Princeton, NJ: Newberry Library and the Institute of Early American History and Culture by Princeton University Press, 1976.

Capps, Marie T. and Theodore G. Stroup, comp. U.S. Military Academy Library Map Collection: The Period of the American Revolution, 1753-1800. West Point, NY: United States Military Academy, 1971.

Guthorn, Peter, Jr. American Maps and Map Makers of the Revolution. Monmouth Beach, NJ: Philip Freneau Press, 1966.

Guthorn, Peter, Jr. British Maps of the American Revolution. Monmouth Beach, NJ: Freneau Press, 1972.

Nebenzahl, Kenneth. Atlas of the American Revolution. Chicago, IL: Rand McNally & Co., 1974.

Rice, Howard C. and A. S. K. Brown, trans. and ed. American Campaigns of Rochambeau’s Army, 1780, 1781, 1782, 1783. vol. 2. Princeton, NJ and Providence, RI: Princeton University Press and Brown University Press, 1972.

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U.S. Military Academy. Department of Military Art and Engineering, comp. West Point Atlas of American Wars, 1689-1900, ed. by Joseph Vincent Esposito, vol. 1, rev. and updated new ed. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1995.

 


CIVILIAN AFFAIRS

Benedict, Thomas E. "Valley of the Rondout and Neversink and Its Unsettled Colonial Questions," Proceedings of the New York State Historical Association, vol. 11. (1912): 71-87.

Bonney, Catharine V. R. Legacy of Historical Gleanings… vol. 2, 2nd ed. Albany, NY: J. Munsell, 1875.

Bonomi, Patricia U. Factious People: Politics and Society in Colonial New York. New York: Columbia University Press, 1971.

Brigham, Albert Terry. "Valleys of New York in the American Revolution," Journal of Geography, vol. 27 (1927): 12-23.

Carman, Harry James, ed. American Husbandry, 1775 reprint. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, Inc., 1939.

Colles, Christopher. Survey of the Roads of the United States of America, 1789, ed. Walter W. Ristow. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1961.

Colman, Gould Patchin. Highway Development in New York State, 1691-1908. Cornell, NY: Master Thesis, 1953.

Comstock, Sarah. Old Roads from the Heart of New York. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1917.

Countryman, Edward. A People in Revolution: The American Revolution and Political Society in New York, 1760-1790. Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins University Press, 1981.

East, Robert A. Business Enterprise in the American Revolutionary Era. Gloucester, MA: Peter Smith, 1964.

Figliomeni, Michelle P. "Role of Regional Revolutionary Women," Orange County Historical Society, no. 5 (1975-1976): 9-20.

Force, Peter, ed. American Archives, vol. 9. Washington, D.C.: Act of Congress, 1837-1853.

Flagg, C. A. and J. T. Jennings, "New York Colonial History," New York State Library, 84th Annual Report, 1901, Bibliography no. 24 Albany, NY: University of the State of New York, 1902.

Grose, Francis, comp. Lexicon Balatronecum: A Dictionary of Buckish Slang, University Wit, and Pickpocket Eloquence…enl. ed., 1811 rept. London, England: W. N. Jones, 1972.

Hedrick, Ulysses Prentiss. History of Agriculture in the State of New York. New York: Hill and Wang, 1966.

Higgins, Ruth L. Expansion in New York: With Special Reference to the Eighteenth Century. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University, 1931.

Hind, Charles Gilbert. Old Mine Road. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1963.

"Historic Houses and Revolutionary Letters," Magazine of American History, vol. 24, no. 2 (August 1890): 82-93.

Holbrook, Stewart Hall, Story of the Boston Post Road. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 1962.

Hunt, Agnes. Provincial Committees of Safety of the American Revolution. Cleveland, OH: Winn & Judson, 1904.

Jensen, Merrill. "American Revolution and American Agriculture," Agricultural History (Jan. 1968): 107-124.

Jones, Thomas. History of New York During the Revolutionary War, and of the Leading Events in the Other Colonies at That Period, vol. 2. New York: New York Historical Society, 1879.

Kierner, Cynthia A. "Landlord and Tenant in Revolutionary New York: The Case of Livingston Manor," New York History, vol. 70 (April 1989): 133-152.

Kim, Sung Bok. "Impact of Class Relations and Warfare in the American Revolution: The New York Experience," Journal of American History, vol. 69 (September 1982): 326-346.

Koke, Richard J. "Last Holdout: July 4, 1776: The Day New York Did Not Vote For Independence," Orange County Historical Society Journal, vol. 15 (1986): 9-22.

Lamb, Martha J. "Historic Houses and Landmarks: Their Significance and Present Condition," Magazine of American History, vol. 21 (1889): 1-23, 177-207 and vol. 22 (1889): 177-203.

Leventhal, Herbert and James E. Mooney. "A Bibliography of Loyalist Source Material in the United States," American Antiquarian Society, (1977) vol. 85, pt. 1, 173-308; vol. 85, pt. 2, 405-461; vol. 86, pt. 3, 343-390; vol. 90, pt. 4, 101-162 and vol. 90, pt. 5, 393-425.

McKee, Samuel, Jr. Labor in Colonial New York, 1664-1776. Port Washington, NY: Ira J. Friedman, Inc., 1965.

Mason, Bernard, "Entrpreneurial Activity in New York During the American Revolution," Business History Review (Summer 1966): 190-212.

Mather, Frederic G. Refugees of 1776 from Long Island to Connecticut. Albany, NY: J. B. Lyon Co., 1913.

Miller, Lillian B. Dye is Now Cast: The Road to American Independence, 1774-1776. Washington, D.C.: National Portrait Gallery, 1975.

Narratives of the Revolution in New York: A Collection of articles from the New-York Historical Society Quarterly. New York: New-York Historical Society, 1975.

Neuenschwander, John A. Middle Colonies and the Coming of the American Revolution. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, 1973.

Nevins, Allan. American States During and After the Revolution, 1775-1789. New York: MacMillan, 1924.

New York. Journal of the Legislative Council of the Colony of New York, 1691-1775, vol. 2. Albany, NY: Weed, Pearsons & Co., 1861.

New York. Journals of the Provincial Congress, Provincial Convention, Committee of Safety, and Council of Safety, 1775-1777, vol. 2. Albany, NY: Thurlow Weed, 1842

New York. Calendar of Historical Manuscripts, Relating to the War of the Revolution…vol. 2. Albany, NY: Weed, Parsons and Co., 1863-1868.

New York. Division of Archives and History. American Revolution in New York: Its Political, Social and Economic Significance… Albany, NY: University of the State of New York, 1926.

O’Kane-Lipartitio, Elisabeth Sadie. ‘The Misfortunes and Calamities of War’: Civilians and Society in the American Revolution and After, 1775-1830," Houston, TX: Ph.D. dissertation, University of Houston, 1993.

Randall, Willard Sterne. "Mrs. Benedict Arnold," MHQ: Quarterly Journal of Military History, vol. 4 (1992): 80-89.

Ranlet, Philip. New York Loyalists. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, 1986.

Reynolds, Helen Wilkinson. Dutch Houses in the Hudson Valley Before 1776. New York: Payson and Clarke Ltd., 1929.

Roach, George W. "Colonial Highways in the Upper Hudson Valley," New York History, (April 1959): 93-116.

Roberts, James A, comp. New York in the Revolution as Colony and State, 2nd ed. Albany, NY: New York State, 1898.

Ruttenber, E. M. "King’s Highway: Its Early Road Districts and Residents or Owners of Lands thereon," Newburgh Bay and the Highlands Historical Papers No. 10 (1903): 21-33.

Sachs, William S. "Agricultural Conditions in the Northern Colonies Before the Revolution," Journal of Economic History (Summer 1953): 274-290

Scott, Kenneth, comp. Rivington’s New York Newspaper: Excerpts from a Loyalist Press, 1773-1793. New York: New-York Historical Society, 1973.

Smith, Paul Hubert., ed. Letters of delegates to Congress, 1774-1789, vol. 1. Washington, DC: Library of Congress, 1976.

Sparks, Jared, ed. Correspondence of the American Revolution, vol. 4. Boston: Little Brown and Co., 1853.

"The Up-State Imprints of John Holt and Samuel Loundon, 1776-1783" In Essays Honoring Lawrence C. Wroth, 405-413. Portland, ME, 1951.

White, Philip L. Beekmans of New York In Politics and Commerce, 1647-1877. New York: New-York Historical Society, 1956.

Young, Martha I., ed. "Old Diary," New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, vol. 27, no. 4 (Oct. 1896): 209-13 [Philip DuBois Bevier’s book, June 2, 1777].

 


MILITARY AFFAIRS

 

Abbatt, William. Battle of Pell’s Point (or Pelham), October 18, 1776… New York: William Abbatt, 1901.

Abbatt, William. Attack on Youngs’ House (or Four Corners) February 3, 1780; An Episode of the Neutral Ground. Tarrytown, NY: W. Abbatt, 1926.

Alexander, Arthur J. "Exemption from militia service in New York State during the Revolutionary War," New York History, vol. 27 (April 1946): 204-212.

Allen, Richard Sanders. "Lost In the Forest of Dean: The Forest of Dean/Orange/Queensboro Iron Furnaces Re-Examined," Orange County Historical Society Journal, vol. 16 (1987): 37-44.

Applegate, Howard Lewis. Constitutions Like Iron: The Life of the American Revolutionary War Soldier in the Middle Department, 1775-1783 Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University, Ph.D. thesis, 1966.

Babcock, H. G., ed. Great Chain: The Original Copies of the Bills for the Work of Obstructing the Navigation of the Hudson River Near West Point 1777 and 1778 Under the Direction of Captain Thomas Machin, Engineer Little Falls, NY: Privately Printed, 1891.

Berkebile, Don. "Gun Powder Industry in Colonial America," Muzzle Blasts, vol. 10 (September 1948): 18-19, 23 and 26-27.

Bolton, Reginald Pelham. "Defense of Croton River in the Revolution," New York Historical Society Quarterly, vol. 8 (July 1924): 35-39. Bolton, R. P. "Defenses of the Hudson River," Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association, vol. 12 (October 1931): 360-365.

Calver, William Louis and Reginald Pelham Bolton. History Written with Pick and Shovel. New York: New-York Historical Society, 1970.

Calver, William L. "Summer Work of the Field Exploration Committee, ‘Connecticut Village’ Located," New-York Historical Society Quarterly, vol. 4 (October 1920): 71-73.

Calver, W. L. "Lost Fort on Constitution Island," New-York Historical Society Quarterly, vol. 7 (January 1924): 103-116.

Chapin, Howard M. "Notes On Colonial Flags," Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, Bulletin (December 1934): 135-141.

"Clothing the Revolutionary Army," Olde Ulster, vol. 9 (Oct. 1912): 314-317.

Dawson, Henry B. Assault on Stony Point by General Anthony Wayne, July 16, 1779.

Morrisania, NY: 1863.

Devendorf, John C. Battles of New York: Battles and Raids in the Province and State of New York, 1609-1814. Amsterdam, NY: John C. Devendorf, 1974.

Eno, Joel N. "Irish Revolutionary Soldiers in New York State and Elsewhere," Americana (October 1926): 631-638.

Fernow, Berthold, ed. New York in the Revolution. Albany, NY: Weed, Parson and Co., 1887.

"Few discharges to New York soldiers who served in the War of the Revolution," New-York Historical Society Quarterly Bulletin (July 1932): 52-58.

Fitzpatrick, John C. "Bands of the Continental Army," Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, (April 1923): 187-197.

Hammersley, Sydney E. "18th Century Cannon," Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, vol. 5 (July 1940): 152-159.

Honeywell, Roy J. "Chapel and the Rum," Quartermaster Review (September-October 1953): 33, 118-9.

Howell, Edgar. "Officer’s Coat of the Revolution," Military Collector and Historian, vol. 13 (Summer 1961): 43-45.

Huston, James A. Logistics of Liberty: American Services of Supply in the Revolutionary War and After. Newark, DE: University of Delaware Press, 1992.

Jameson, Hugh. "Equipment for the Militia of the Middle States, 1775-1781," Military Affairs. (Spring 1939): 26-37.

______. Organization of the Militia of the Middle States During the War for Independence, 1775-1781. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, Ph.D. thesis, 1936.

Johnson, Colonel Guy. Manual Exercise, Evolutions, Manoeuvres, & to be Observed and Followed by the Militia of the Province of New York, Albany, NY: 1772.

Johnson, Victor Leroy. Administration of the American Commissariat During the Revolutionary War. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania, Ph.D. thesis, 1941.

Johnston, Henry P. Storming of Stony Point. New York: James T. White and Co., 1900.

Kwasney, Mark Vincent. Partisan War in the Middle States: The Militia and the American War Effort Around the British Stronghold of New York City, 1775-1783. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University, PhD dissertation, 1989.

Koke, Richard J. "Struggle for the Hudson: The British Naval Expedition Under Captain Hyde Parker and Capt. James Wallace, July 2 – August 18, 1776," New-York Historical Society Quarterly, vol. 40 (April 1956): 114-175.

Leiby, Adrian C. Revolutionary Army in the Hackensack Valley. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1962.

Lesser, Charles H., Ed. Sinews of Independence: Monthly Strength Reports of the Continental Army. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1976.

Lockey, Donald Vincent. Cavalry in the Continental Army During the War… Durham, NC: Duke University, Ph.D. thesis, 1971.

Loprieno, Don. "The Court-Martial of Lieutenant Colonel Henry Johnson," South of the Mountains: The Historical Society of Rockland County, vol. 41, no. 1 (January-March 1997): 3-12.

Lossing, Benson J. Pictorial Field Book of the Revolution, 2 vols. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1860.

McAfee, Michael J. Artillery of the American Revolution, 1775-1783. Washington, D.C.: American Defense Preparedness Association, 1974.

Metzger, Charles. "New Army Shall be Clothed in Uniforms – Washington Prescribes Military Wear," Mid-America, vol. 53 (April 1971): 78-93.

Meyers, Carol M. Early Military Records of New York. Saugus, CO: RAM Publishers, 1967.

Middlekauff, Robert. "Why Men Fought in the American Revolution," Huntington Library Quarterly (Spring 1980): 135-148.

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______. Calendar of Historical Manuscripts Relating to the War of the Revolution in the Office of the Secretary of State, vol. 2 Albany, NY: Weed, Parsons and Co., 1868.

______. New York Minutes of the Council of Appointments of New York, April 4 1778 – May 3, 1779. Hyde Park, NY: Privately Printed [Franklin D. Roosevelt], 1925.

New York (State) Laws, Statues, etc. 1778. An Act for Regulating the Militia of the State of New-York Passed at Poughkeepsie, April 3, 1778, in the 2nd Session of the Assembly. Poughkeepsie, New York: John Holt, 1778.

Nordham, George Washington. "George Washington’s Views on Military Punishment," Valley Forge Journal, vol. 6 (1992): 54-66.

Nuxoll, Elizabeth Miles. Congress and the Munitions Merchants: The Secret Committee of Trade During the American Revolution, 1775-1777. New York: New York University Ph.D. thesis, 1979.

Olsen, Kevin K. "State Navies and the Defense of the Hudson River, 1776," North Jersey Highlander, vol. 30, issue no. 84 (1994): 35-53.

Patrick, Lewis S. Washington’s Headquarters and the Revolutionary Army at Fredericksburg in the State of New York, September 19 to November 28, 1778. Quaker Hill, NY: Quaker Hill Conference Association, 1907.

Peckham, Howard H., Ed. Toll of Independence: Engagements & Battle Casualties of the American Revolution. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1974.

Pickering, James H. "Enoch Crosby, Secret Agent of the Neutral Ground: His Own Story," New York History, vol. 47, no. 1 (Jan. 1966): 61-73.

Pierce, Grace M. "Military Organizations of the American Revolution," Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, vol. 53 (Sept.-Nov. 1919): 530-6, 586-93 and 672-7.

"Provincial and Revolutionary Military Organizations," Olde Ulster, vol. 7 (March, May and June 1911): 69-75, 136-142 and 176-182.

Reese, William Willis. "An Historical Flag: The Earliest Known English Flag Made in the American Colonies and One of the Earliest Flags Bearing the Stars and Stripes," Yearbook of the Dutchess County Historical Society, vol. 24 (1939): 20-24.

Roberts, James A., comp. New York In the Revolution as Colony and State. Albany, NY: Weed-Parsons Printing Co., 1897

Roberts, Robert B. New York’s Forts in the Revolution. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1980.

Ruttenber, E. M. "The Army of the Revolution Was Not Disbanded at Newburgh," Historical Society Newburgh Bay and the Highlands. (1896): 47-50.

Ruttenber, E. M. "Provincial and Revolutionary Military Organizations," Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands. (1894): 8-26.

Sims, Lynn L. "Yesterday’s Artillery: Colonial Cannon Procurement," Field Artillery Journal (May-June 1974): 5.

Starbuck, David R. The Great Warpath: British Military Sties from Albany to Crown Point. University Press of New England, 1999.

Stephenson, Oie Worth. Supplies for the American Revolutionary Army. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Ph.D. thesis, 1919.

______. "Supply of Gunpowder In 1776," American Historical Review, vol. 30, no. 2 (January 1925): 271-281.

Thian, Raphael P. Legislative History of the General Staff of the Army of the US; Its Organization, Duties, Pay, and Allowances from 1775 to 1901. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1901.

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Wall, Alexander J. "Flag with an Eagle in the Canton," New-York Historical Society Quarterly Bulletin (October 1933): 51-67.

Young, Annie Weir. Beacon Fires. Beacon, NY: Decker Press, 1920.

 


 

MINORITIES

Kaplan, Sidney and Emma Nogrady Kaplan. Black Presence in the Era of the American Revolution. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 1989.

Kobrin, David. Black Minority in Early New York. Albany, NY: University of the State of New York, 1971.

Mahon, John K. "Anglo-American Methods of Indian Warfare, 1676-1774," Mississippi Valley Historical Review (September 1958): 254-275.

Morgan, Edwin V. Slavery in New York. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1889.

Neimeyer, Charles Patrick. "’No Meat, No Soldier’: Race, Class, and Ethnicity in the Continental Army," Ph.D. dissertation, Georgetown University, 1993.

Parker, Arthur C. "Patriot Red Men in the American Revolution," Wyoming Commemorative Association Proceedings (December 1931): 7-19.

Shy, John W. "New Look at Colonial Militia," William and Mary Quarterly (April 1973): 175-85.

w (June 1965): 1Sosin, Jack M. "Use of Indians in the War of the American Revolution: A Re-Assessment of Responsibility," Canadian Historical Revie01-121.

Waubunaki, Alnoba. "Red Patriots in the Revolution," Anthropological Papers, American Museum of Natural History, vol. 3 (1909): 82-85.

 


 

LEADERS

Abbot, W. W. Dorothy Twohig, Philander D. Chase and Beverly H. Runge, eds. Papers of George Washington – Revolutionary War Series, vol.1-. Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia, 1985.

Barry, J. Neilson. "Diary of 1776," Americana (1924) 169-173 [Brigadier General Abraham Ten Broeck].

Burdge, Franklin. Memorial of Henry Wisner, the Only New Yorker Who Voted for the Declaration of Independence. New York: Privately Printed, 1878.

Caldwell, Lynton K. "George Clinton – Democratic Administrator," New York History, vol. 22, no. 2 (1942): 134-156.

Campbell, William W. Lecture On the Life and Military Services of General James Clinton. New York: William Osborn, 1839.

Cathcart, Rex. "The Death of Major General Richard Montgomery, 31 December 1775," Irish Sword, vol. 18 (1991): 85-90.

Champagne, Roger J. Alexander McDougall and the American Revolution in New York. Schenectady, NY: Union College Press, 1975.

Clinton, George. Public Papers of George Clinton, First Governor of New York, 1777-1795, 1801-1804, ed. by Hugh Hastings and J. A. Holden, vol. 10, 1899-1914 rept. New York: AMS Press.

Colden, Cadwallader. New-York Historical Society. Letters and Papers of Cadwallader Colden, vols. 6 and 9. New York: 1923 and 1937.

"Diary of Colonel Josiah Smith from July 23 to September 7, 1776," Magazine of American History, vol. 17 (1886): 347-8 and 437.

Dolan, Graham Phillip. Major General William Heath and the First Years of the American Revolution. Boston, MA: Boston University Ph.D. thesis, 1966.

Dziewanowski, M. K. "Tadeusz Kosciuszko, Kazimierz Pulaski and the American War of Independence: A Study in National Symbolism and Mythology," 125-146 in Jaroslaw Pelenski, ed. American and European Revolutions, 1776-1848: Sociopolitical and Ideological Aspects. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press, 1980.

Forman, Sidney. "Cadwallader Colden: Royal Lieutenant Governor," Orange County Historical Society Journal, vol. 16 (November 1987): 8-19.

Gano, John. "A Chaplain of the Revolution: Memoirs of the Rev. John Gano," Historical Magazine, vol. 5 (November 1861): 330-335.

Gano, John. "A Chaplain of the Revolution: Memoirs of the Rev. John Gano," Historical Magazine, vol. 5 (November 1861): 330-335.

Hatch, Robert McConnell. Major John Andre: A Gallant in Spy’s Clothing. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 1986.

Henner, Solomon. Carrier of William Tryon as Governor the Province of New York, 1771-1780. New York: New York University PhD thesis, 1968.

Hughes, Hugh. Memorial and Documents in the Case of Colonel Hugh Hughes, Deputy Quartermaster General During the War For American Independence Respectfully Submitted to Congress by the Memoralist. Washington City: January 1802.

Hunt, Louise Livingston. Biographical Notes Concerning Montgomery Together with Hitherto Unpublished Letters. Poughkeepsie, NY: News Book & Job Printing House, 1876.

Huston, James A. Sinues of War: Army Logistics, 1775-1953. Washington, D.C. Government Printing Office, 1966.

Kosciuszko, Thaddeus. Autograph letters of Thaddeus Kosciuszko In the American Revolution…ed. by Metchie J. E. Budka, vol. 2. Chicago, IL: Polish Museum of America, 1977.

Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul. Lafayette in the age of the American Revolution: Selected letters and papers, 1776-1790, vol. 3, April 27, 1780 – March 29, 1781, ed. by Stanley J. Idzerda. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1980.

"List of Nominations for Officers in the New York Regiments, 1775," Historical Magazine, vol. 7 (June 1863): 194-195.

Livingston, Edwin Brockholst, comp. "A List of Livingstons who held commissions in the American Army and Navy during the War of Independence, 1775-1783," New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, vol. 41 (July 1910): 192-199.

Livingston, Edwin Brockholst. Livingstons of Livingston Manor. New York: Privately Printed, 1910.

Lomask, Milton. Aaron Burr: The Years from Princeton to Vice President, 1756-1805. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1979.

MacBean, William M., comp. Roster of Saint Andrew’s Society of the State of New York with Biographical Data, vol. 4. New York: Privately Printed by the Saint Andrew’s Society of the State of New York, 1911.

McDougall, William L. American Revolutionary: A Biography of General Alexander McDougall. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1977.

Macmillan, Margaret Burnham. War Governors in the American Revolution. Gloucester, MA: Peter Smith, 1965.

McCraw, Thomas K. "Strategic Vision of Alexander Hamilton," American Scholar, vol. 63 (1994): 31-57.

McKnight, C. S. "John Morin Scott and the Revolution," American Historical Record, vol. 3 (May 1874): 215-8.

Martin, James Kirby. Benedict Arnold: An American Warrior Reconsidered. New York: New York University Press, 1997.

Mattice, Paul B. "Captain Thomas Machin," Schoharie County Historical Review, vol. 19, no. 2 (1955): 5-13.

Nelson, Paul David. "William Tryon Confronts the American Revolution, 1771-1780," Historian, vol. 53 (1991): 267-284.

Paret, Peter. "Colonial Experience and European Military Reform at the End of the Eighteenth Century," London University. Institute of Historical Research Bulletin, vol. 37 (1964): 47-59.

Proceedings of a Board of General Officers, Held By Order of His Excellency Gen. Washington, Commander in Chief of the Army of the United States of America, Respecting Major John Andre, Adjutant General of the British Army, September 29, 1780. Philadelphia, PA: Francis Bailey, 1780.

Porter, Brian A. "An Evaluation of Thadeusz Kosciouszko’s Contribution to the American Revolution," American Studies [Poland] vol. 10 (1991): 93-101.

Randall, Willard Sterne. "Why Benedict Arnold Did It," American Heritage, vol. 41 (September/October 1990): 60-73.

Roberts, Robert B. New York’s Forts in the Revolution. Rutherford, NJ: Farleigh Dickinson University Press, 1980.

Robinson, Thomas P. "Some notes on Major-General Richard Montgomery," New York History, vol. 37 (August 1942): 388-98.

Rommel, John George, Jr. Richard Varick: New York Aristocrat. New York: Columbia University Ph.D. thesis, 1966.

Rossie, Jonathan Gregory. Politics of Command in the American Revolution. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1975.

Schuyler, John. Institution of the Society of the Cincinnati… New York: Society of the Cincinnati, 1886.

Scudieri, James Domenic. "Continentals: A Comparative Analysis of a late Eighteenth-Century Standing Army," New York: City University of New York Ph.D. thesis, 1993.

Shannon, Anna Madeleine. General Alexander McDougall: Citizen Soldier, 1732-1786, New York: Fordham Ph.D. thesis, 1957.

Shelton, Hal T. General Richard Montgomery and the American Revolution – From Redcoat to Rebel. New York: New York University Press, 1994.

Shy, John. "American Military Experience: History and Learning," Journal of Interdisciplinary History (Winter 1971): 205-228.

Society of the Cincinnati. Institution of the Society of the Cincinnati…a List of the Officers and Members of the New-York State Society… New York: J. M. Elliott, 1851.

Spaulding, E. Wilder. His Excellency George Clinton: Critic of the Constitution, 2nd ed. Port Washington, NY: Ira J. Friedman, 1964.

Stevens, Frederick P. "New York in the Society of Cincinnati: A Roster of New York Officers in the Continental Line and Their Present Representatives," New York History, vol. 25 (January 1944): 18-34.

Stone, William L. "George Clinton," Magazine of American History, vol. 3 (June 1879): 329-354.

Von Zemenszky, Edith, ed. Selected Papers of General Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben, 1777-1794, vol. 2. Millwood, NY: Kraus, 1985.

Weaver, Philip D. "America’s First Tomb of the Unknown Soldier," Brigade Dispatch, vol. 30, no. 4 (Winter 2000): 9-13.

Whiteley, Emily Stone. Washington and His Aides-de-Camp. New York: Macmillan, 1936.

 


 

CONTINENENTAL LINE

Aimone, Alan and Barbara Aimone. "Organizing and Equipping Montgomery’s Yorkers in 1775." Journal of the Company of Military Historians, vol. 28 (Summer 1976): 53-63.

"’Brave Bostonians’: New Yorkers’ Roes On the Winter Invasion of Canada." Journal of the Company of Military Historians, vol. 36 (Winter 1984): 134-150.

Gardner, Asa Bird. "New York Continental Line of the Army of the Revolution." Magazine of American History, vol. 7 (December 1881): 401-419.

Gratz, Simon, "Generals of the Continental Line in the Revolutionary War." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 27, no. 4 (1903): 385-403.

Lobdell, L. S., ed. "Four New York Regiments." Magazine of American History, vol. 26 (August 1891): 147-150.

Manders, Eric I. "Those New York Coats of 1775: A Dissenting View." Journal of the Company of Military Historians, vol. 33 (Summer 1981): 69-71.

New York (State) State Historian. Second and Third Annual Report of the State Historian of the State of New York, vol. 2. Albany, N.Y.: Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co., 1897-1898.

New York (State) Laws, Statutes, etc., 1778. An Act for Completing the Five Continental Battalions. Poughkeepsie, N.Y.: 1778.

*U.S. National Archives M853, Roll 15, vol. 5, "Copy of a Register Taken from the Rolls, Showing the Names Alphabetically, Rank, Dates of Commissions and Enlistments, Period Enlisted For and Occurrences of the Officers, Noncommissioned and privates of the New York Line of the Late Army." (Washington, D.C.: 1971).

*U.S. National Archives. M853, Roll 22, "Numbered Record Books Concerning Military Operations and Service, Pay and Settlement of Accounts, and Supplies In the War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records." (Washington, D.C: 1971).

1st New York

Egly, T. W., Jr. Goose Van Schaick of Albany, 1736-1789: The Continental Army’s.

Senior Colonel. Gloversville: T. W. Egly, 1992.

Egly, Theodore W., Jr. History of the First New York Regiment, 1775-1783. Hampton: Peter E. Randall, 1981.

Finck, Andrew. Papers. Little Falls: Privately Printed, 1906.

Hall, William. "Colonel Rudolphus Ritzema," Magazine of American History, vol. 2 (1878): 162-167.

Hudson, John. "…’Such had been the flow of blood…’ The Siege of Yorktown Made a Lasting Impression On a Young Soldier’s Mind." ed. by Alan and Barbara Aimone. American History Illustrated, vol. 16 (1981): 18-23.

Leggett, Abraham. Narrative of Major Abraham Leggett, of the Army of the Revolution. Edited by Charles I. Bushnell. New York: Privately Printed, 1865.

Ritzema, Rudolphus. "Extract of a Letter from Colonel Rudolphus Ritzema to Captain Richard Varick," Historical Magazine, Supplement 4 (1866): 110-111.

Ritzema, Rudolphus. "Journal of Col. Rudolphus Ritzema of the First New York Regiment, August 8, 1775 to March 30, 1776," Magazine of American History, vol. 1 (1877): 98-107.

2nd New York

Bald, F. Clever. "Colonel John Francis Hamtramck," Indiana Magazine of History, vol. 44 (1948): 335-354.

Fish, Hamilton. New York State: The Battleground of the Revolutionary War. New York: Vantage Press, 1976.

Fish, Nicholas. "Selections from the Correspondence of Major Nicholas Fish, of the Army of the Revolution," ed. by Hamilton Fish. Historical Magazine, 2nd Series, vol. 5 (1869): 203-204.

Fish, Stryvesant. [Fish Family]. New York: Privately printed by J. J. Little & Ives Co., 1942.

Fowler, Theodosius. Memoir of Thedosius Fowler. New York: W. H. Tinson, 1859.

Judd, Jacob, comp. and ed. Correspondence of the Van Cortland family of Cortland Manor, 1748-1800. 2 vols. Tarrytown: Sleepy Hollow Restorations, 1977.

Judd, Jacob, comp. and ed. Revolutionary War Memoir and Selected Correspondence of Philip Van Cortland. vol. 1. Tarrytown: Sleepy Hollow Restorations, 1976.

Niles Register, "General Van Cortland," (19 November 1831): 222.

Otten, William L., Jr. Colonel J. F. Hamtramck: His Life and Times, vol. 1 (1756-1783)

Captain of the Revolution. Port Arkansas: Author, 1997.

Pasko, W. W. "Nicholas Fish," Old New York: A Journal Relating to the History and Antiquities of New York City, vol. 2, no. 4 (1890): 260-268.

Parmelee, Helen L. Beck. "Colonel Philip Van Cortland and the New York Continentals," New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, vol. 5 (1874): 123-139.

Rubinstein, Anita. Public Career of Nicholas Fish. New York: New York University Ph.D. thesis, 1980.

Van Cortland, Philip. "Autobiography of Philip van Cortland, Brigadier General in the Continental Army," ed. by Pierre C. van Wyck, Magazine of American History, vol. 2 (1878): 278-298.

3rd New York

Hunt, Gaillard, ed. "Journal of Major Henry Livingston, of the Third New York Continental Line, August to December, 1775," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 22, no. 1 (1898): 9-33.

4th NewYork

Archambault, Alan H. and Philip D. Weaver. "Enlisted Men, 4th Battalion, New York Provincial Forces, 1775," Journal of the Company of Military Collector and Historian, vol. 42 (1990): 111.

Barratt, Albert Gedney. "Fourth New York Regiment in the American Revolution," New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, vol. 49 (1928): 219-228 and 351-360.

Delafield, Maturin L. "Colonel Henry Beekman Livingston," Magazine of American History, vol. 21 (1889): 256-258.

Delafield, Maturin L. "Minor Topics: Colonel Henry Beekman Livingston," Magazine of American History, vol. 21, no. 3 (1889): 256-258.

Lauber, Almon W. ed. Orderly Books of the Fourth New York Regiment, 1778-1780; the Second New York Regiment, 1780-1783 by Samuel Tallmadge and others with Diaries of Samuel Tallmadge, 1780-1782 and John Barr, 1779-1782. Albany: University of the State of New York, 1932.

Poucher, John Wilson. "Dutchess County Men of the Revolutionary Period – James Livingston and Some of His Descendants," Year Book of the Dutchess County Historical Society, vol. 28 (1943): 67-76.

Poucher, John Wilson and Barbara Corliss. "Dutchess County Men in the Revolutionary Period: Judge Robert R. Livingston, His Sons and Son-in-Law," Dutchess County Historical Society Yearbook, vol. 30 (1945): 54-74.

Tallmadge, Samuel, et. al., Orderly Books of the Fourth New York Regiment, 1778-1780, The Second New York Regiment, 1780-1783…with Diaries of Samuel Tallmadge, 1780-1782 and John Barr, 1779-1782. Albany: University of the State of New York, 1932.

5th New York

*Bevier, Philip Dubois. Orderly book on the web. http://www.hhs-newpaltz.org/archives/bevierelting/bevierphilipdubois.htm

Deyo, R. Emmet. "Colonel Lewis DuBois and the 5th New York Continental Regiment in the Revolution," Newburgh Bay Historical Society History Papers, No. 13 (1906): 191-198.

Poucher, John Wilson. "Dutchess County Men of the Revolution Period: Colonel Lewis DuBois – Captain Henry Du Bois," Dutchess County Historical Society, vol. 20 (1935): 71-85.

Poucher, J. W. "Colonel Lewis Du Bois," Proceedings of the Ulster County Historical Society (1935-6): 15-33.

Lamb’s Artillery, 2nd Continental Artillery

Aimone, Alan C. and Barbara A. Aimone. "Robert R. Burnet (1762-1854): The Last Continental Officer," Orange County Historical Society, No. 7 (1977-1978): 3-10.

Leake, Isaac Q. Memoir of the Life and Times of General John Lamb, and Officer of the Revolution who Commanded the Post At West Point at the Time of Arnold’s Defection, and His Correspondence with Washington, Clinton, Patrick Henry, and Other Distinguished Men of His Time. New York: Da Capo Press, 1971.

Parker, Robert. "Journal of Lieutenant Robert Parker of the Second Continental Artillery, 1779" Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 27 (1903): 404-420 and vol. 28 (1904): 12-25.

Sims, Lynn Lee. Military Career of John Lamb. New York: New York University Ph.D. thesis, 1975.

Ward, Harry Parker. Follett-Dewey Fassett-Safford Ancestry of Captain Martin Dewey to Follett. Columbus: Champlin Printing, 1896.

Levies

Bonner, Frederick L. "Marinus Willett," New York History, vol. 17 (1936): 273-280.

McLellan, Hugh. "Captain Job Wright’s Company of Willet’s Levies at Ballston in 1782," Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association, vol. 1 (1919): 13-21.

*Nickerson, Jonathan, account in John C. Dann, ed. Revolution Remembered… (Chicago: University of Chicago, 1980): 77-83. Member of Col. Freerick Wisenfelt’s New York Levies.

Poucher, J. Wilson. "Dutchess County Men of the Revolutionary Period – Colonel Frederick Weissenfels," Year Book of the Dutchess County Historical Society, vol. 27 (1942): 74-84.

Thomas, Howard. Marinus Willet, Soldier Patriot, 1740-1830. Prospect: Prospect Books, 1954.

Willet, William M. Narrative of the Military Actions of Colonel Marinus Willet, Taken Chiefly from His Own Manuscript. New York: G. & C. & H. Carvill, 1831.

 


 

ALBANY COUNTY

Crowley, James A. The Old Albany County and the American Revolution. Troy: The Historian Publishing Co., 1979.

Hagan, Edward A. War In Schohary, 1777-1783. Middleburgh: Middleburgh News Press, 1980.

Hanson, Willis Tracy, Jr. History of Schenectady During the Revolution, to Which is Appended a Contribution to the Individual Records of the Inhabitants of the Schenectady District During that Period. Brattleboro: E. I. Hildreth & Co., 1916.

Kenney, Alice P. Stubborn for Liberty, the Dutch in New York. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1975.

Kenney, Alice P. "Albany Dutch: Loyalists and Patriots," New York History, vol. 42 (1961): 331-350.

Mills, Borden H. "Albany County’s part in the Battle of Saratoga," Proceedings of the New York State Historical Association, vol. 15 (1916): 204-224.

Morrison, James F. "David Zeh Guards Prisoners," Schoharie County Historical Review (1979): 7.

Munsell, Joel. Collections of the History of Albany from Its Discovery to the Present Time. 4 vols. Albany: J. Munsell, 1865-1871.

Niles, Grace Greylock. Hoosac Valley: Its Legends and Its History. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1912.

Raymond, William. Biographical Sketches of the Distinguished Men of Columbia County, Including an Account of the Most Important Offices They Have Filled, in the State and General Governments, and in the Army and Navy. Albany, NY: Weed, Parsons and Co., 1851.

Roof, F. H. "Old Fort Van Rensselaer," Magazine of American History, (1879): 629-630

Shafer, Don Cameron. "Schoharie Forts," Schoharie County Historical Review, vol. 14, no. 1 (1950): 3-13.

Sullivan, James and Alexander C. Flick, eds. Minutes of the Albany Committee of Correspondence, 1775-1778. 2 vols. Albany: University of the State of New York, 1923-1925.

Ten Broeck, Cornelius and Peter Ten Broeck. "News From Camp: Letters Received by Cornelius Ten Broeck of Rocky Hill, New Jersey, from his Sons Cornelius and Peter Serving in the Continental Army, 1779-1780," ed. by George C. Beekman, Magazine of American History, vol. 2 (1878): 168-175.

Warner, George H., comp. Military Records of Schoharie County Veterans of Four Wars. Albany: Weed, Parsons and Co., 1891.

 


 

DUTCHESS COUNTY

Amstel, Masha. Sybil Ludington’s Midnight Ride. Minneapolis: First Avenue Editions, 2000.

Cook, J. Hervey. "Fishkill in the Revolution," Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands, (1884): 27-40.

"Court Martial of Colonel Morris Graham (1776)," Colonial Chronicle, vol. 2, issue 3 (1976): 6-7 or "Court Martial," Westchester Historian, vol. 46 (1970): 38-39.

Hasbrouck, Frank, ed. History of the Dutchess County New York. Poughkeepsie: Matthieu, 1909.

Knight, Clifford L. and Charles D. Sherwood. "Dutchess County Historical Society Mid-Summer Pilgrimage: Continental Camp and Burial Ground; Revolution Redoubts; Samuel Verplanck Brinkerhoff and Lafayette Headquarters," Yearbook of the Dutchess Country Historical Society, vol. 3 (1916 –1918): 18-22.

Hawkins, James. Account in John C. Dann, ed. Revolution Rememebered: Eyewitness Accounts of the War for Independence. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1980.

Johnson, Willis Fletcher. Colonel Henry Ludington: A Memorial. New York: Lavinia Elizabeth L. and Charles Henry Ludington, 1907.

Lynd, Staughton. "Who Should Rule At Home? Dutchess County, New York, In the American Revolution," William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 18, no. 3 (1961): 330-359.

MacCracken, Henry Noble. Old Dutchess Forever! The Story of an American County New York: Hastings House, 1956.

Member of the Board of Visitors, U.S. Military Academy. "Robinson House or Remeniscences of West-Point and Arnold the Traitor," Knickerbocker, vol. 16, no. 3 (1840): 191-204. 2.

Clark, Donald F. "Revolution in the Highlands: The Story of the Battle of Fort Montgomery," Orange Miller, Kenneth C. "Defending the Highlands in the Revolutionary War," Year Book Dutchess County Historical Society, vol. 49 (1964): 36-38.

Poucher, John Wilson. "Dutchess County Men of the Revolution Period: General Jacobus Swartwort," Yearbook of the Dutchess County Historical Society, vol. 13 (1928): 67-71.

Poucher, J. W. "Major Andrew Billings," Dutchess County Historical Society Yearbook, vol. 35 (1940): 30-35.

______. "…Captain Israel Smith," Dutchess County Historical Society Yearbook, vol. 11 (1929): 42-44 and 47.

______. "…Major Elias Van Benschoten," Yearbook of the Dutchess County

Historical Society, vol. 21 (1936): 90-98.

______. "…James Van Der Burgh," Yearbook of the Dutchess County Historical Society, vol. 15 (1930): 36-38, 40 and 44.

______. "…Zephaniah Platt," Dutchess County Historical Society Yearbook, vol. 29 (1944): 51-55.

Reynolds, Helen Wilkinson. "Udny Hay," Dutchess Country Historical Society Yearbook, vol. 4 (1925): 49-59.

Roosevelt, Franklin D., ed. "Events on Hudson’s River in 1777, As Recorded by British officers in Contemporary Reports," Dutchess County Historical Society Yearbook, vol. 20 (1935).

Smith, James H. History of Dutchess County. Syracuse: 1882.

Stone, Hiram. "Experiences of a Prisoner in the American Revolution: Recollections of Thomas Stone…," Journal of American History, vol. 2 (Dec. 1908): 527-9.

 


 

ORANGE COUNTY

Aimone, Alan C. "Colonel Nicola, George Washington and the ‘Crown Letter’," Orange County Historical Society, no. 3 (1973-1974): 9-14.

Albee, Allison. "Fort Montgomery Chain," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 12, no. 1 (Jan. 1936): 2-11.

Baldwin, Jeduthan Baldwin, Thomas W., ed. Revolutionary Journal of Colonel Jeduthan Baldwin, 1775-1778. New York: Arno Press, 1971.

Boynton, Edward C., comp. and ed. General Orders of George Washington Commander-In-Chief of the Army of the Revolution Issued at Newburgh On the Hudson, 1782-1783. Harrison: Harbor Hill Books, 1973.

Boynton, E. C. History of West Point, and Its Military Importance During the American Revolution: And the Origin and Progress of the United States Military Academy, 1864 rept. Freeport: Books for Librarians Press, 1970.

Brandt, Clare. Man In the Mirror: A Life of Benedict Arnold. New York: Random House, 1994.

Budke, George H. Rockland County During the American Revolution, 1776-1781. New City: Rockland County Public Librarians Association, 1976.

Carr, William H. and Richard J. Koke. Twin Forts of the Popolopen: Forts Clinton and Montgomery, New York, 1775-1777, Historical Bulletin No. 1. Bear Mountain: Interstate Park Commissioners of the Palisades and the American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society, 1937.

Cary, Jane. "Weigand’s Tavern In Newburgh," Orange County Historical Society Journal, vol. 22 (1993): 6-11.

Clark, Donald F., ed. Fort Montgomery and Fort Clinton: Several Contemporary Accounts of the Battle, Monday, 6 October 1777. Fort Montgomery: Town of Highlands, 1952.

Clark, Donald F. "Revolution in the Highlands: The Story of the Battle of Fort Montgomery," Orange County Historical Society, No. 9 (1979-1980): 27-40.

Clarke, Samuel C., ed. "Capture of Stony Point, July, 1779 by Major William Hull," Magazine of American History, vol. 28 (September 1892): 182-185.

Corning, A. Elwood. "Newburgh in the Revolutionary War, 1775-1783," Newburgh History, vol. 1 (June 1953): 1-20.

Coxe, Macgrane. Sterling Furnace and the West Point Chain. New York: Privately Printed, 1906.

Crofut, Doris. The Story of Continental Road: A Bicentennial Commemoration Tuxedo Park: Town of Tuxedo, 1976.

Dempsey, Janet. Washington’s Last Cantonment: "High Time For A Peace". Monroe: Library Research Associates, Inc., 1987.

Diamant, Lincoln. Bernard Romans: Forgotten Patriot of the American Revolution, Military Engineer & Cartographer of West Point & the Hudson Valley. Harrison: Harbor Hill Books, 1985.

Diamant, L. Chaining the Hudson: The Fight for the River in the American Revolution. New York: Carol Publishing Group, 1989.

Dommick, John C. Oration Delivered On the Eighty-Third Anniversary of the Battle of Minisink, at Goshen, July 22, 1862 In Dedication of a Monument. Middletown: "Press," 1862.

Figliomeni, Michelle P. "Diamonds in the Rough: Primary Sources for Studying Orange County During the American Revolution," Orange County Historical Society, No. 4 (1974-1975): 23-30.

______. Flickering Flame: Treachery and Loyalty in the Mid-Hudson During the American Revolution. Washingtonville: Spear Printing, 1976.

Gilbert, Benjamin. Winding Down: The Revolutionary War Letters of Lieutenant Benjamin Gilbert of Massachusetts, 1780-1783. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1989.

Gott, Joseph. "Orange County in the Revolution," Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association, vol. 12 (October 1931): 366-374.

Haagensen, Alice Munro. "Blockhouse Defending Dobbs Ferry in Rockland," South of the Mountains, vol. 19 (October-December 1975): 10-18.

Haagensen, A. M. "Washington’s Fogotten Blockhouse, Dobbs Ferry On the West Side of the Hudson," North Jersey Highlander, vol. 17 (Spring 1981): 3-30.

Headley, Joel Tyler. Reasons for the Centennial at Washington’s Headquarters, Newburgh, NY. Newburgh: Journal Book, 1881.

Headley, Russel, ed. History of Orange County New York. Middletown: Van Deusen and Elms, 1908.

Horner, William M., Jr. "Obstructions of the Hudson River During the Revolution," American Collector, vol. 2 (April 1926): 436-445.

Jacobsen, E. L., ed. "General George Clinton at Fort Montgomery," Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association, vol. 12 (April 1931): 165-171.

Jelks, Edward B. Archeological Excavations At Constitution Island. West Point: United States Military Academy, 1972.

Johnson, J. W. and Albert Stage, comps. Centennial of the Minisink Battle on the Actual Battle Field July 22d, 1879. Monticello: John Waller, 1879.

Johnston, Henry P. Storming of Stony Point on the Hudson, Midnight, July 15, 1779: Its Importance in the Light of Unpublished Documents. New York: James T. White, 1900.

Jonas, Harold J. "Were There Any ‘Prisoners of War’ in Goshen During the American Revolution?" Orange County Historical Society, No. 3 (1973-1974): 3-8.

Kajencki, Francis C. Thaddeus Kosciuszko: Military Engineer of the American Revolution. El Paso: Southwest Polonia Press, 1997.

Kiefer, W. R., ed. Stony Point Illustrated. New York: Z. R. Bennett, 1888.

Koke, Richard J. Accomplice In Treason: Joshua Hett Smith and the Arnold Conspiracy. New York: New York Historical Society, 1973.

Koke, R. J. "Britons Who Fought at Stony Point: Uniforms of the American Revolution," New York Historical Society Quarterly, vol. 44 (October 1960): 443-471.

______. Corridor Through the Mountains. Arden: Orange County Historical Society, 1998.

______. "Forcing the Hudson River Passage, October 9, 1776," New York Historical Society Quarterly, vol. 36 (October 1952): 459-466.

______. "Struggle for the Hudson: The British Naval Expedition Under Captain Hyde Parker and Captain James Wallace, July 12 – August 18, 1776," New-York Historical Society Quarterly, vol. 40 (April 1956): 114-175.

Leslie, Vernon. Battle of Minisink: A Revolutionary War Engagement in the Upper Delaware Valley. Middletown: T. Emmett Henderson, 1975.

Lucanera, Viola M. Role of Orangetown in the Revolution. New City: Rockland County Public Librarians’ Association, 1976.

Mailler, Marion M. and Janet Dempsey. 18th Century Homes in New Windsor and Its Vicinity. Cornwall: National Temple Hill Association, 1968.

Mansinne, Andrew. "West Point Chain," American History Illustrated, vol. 1, (June 1966): 23-26.

Marshall, Glenn. "The Silver Bullet," Colonial Chronicle, vol. 5, no. 1 (Spring 1999): 6-7.

Martin, Joseph Plumb. Private Yankee Doodle: Being a Narrative of Some of the Adventures, Dangers, and Sufferings of a Revolutionary Soldier, ed. By George F. Scheer, 1830 rept. New York: Acorn, Press, 1979.

Miller, Charles E., Jr. Fortification of Constitution Island, 1775-1783. West Point: Department of History, 1971.

Minisink Valley Historical Society. Minisink Battle. Port Jervis, 1896.

Monell, John James. Washington’s Head-Quarters, Newburgh, N.Y. and Adjacent Localities. Newburgh: Ruttenber, 1872.

Muir, Malcolm, Jr. "Gibraltar on the Hudson," Military History Quarterly, vol. 4 (1992): 70-79.

New Hamsphire Infantry. 2nd Regiment, 1777-1781. "Orderly Book of Captain Daniel Liversmore’s Company, Continental Army, 1780," New Hampshire Historical Society, vol. 9 (Concord: 1899): 200-244.

Peabody, Benjamin. "Orderly Book Kept By Benjamin Peabody of Middleton While At West Point In 1780," Danvers Historical Society, Danvers, MA: Historical

Collections, vols. 18-20 (1930-1932): 104-118, 97-112, and 97-114.

Palmer, Dave Richard. River and the Rock: The History of Fortress West Point, 1775-1783. New York: Association of Graduates with Hippocrene Books, 1991.

Parker, Amelia Campbell. Revolutionary Heroine Interred In West Point Cemetery. [Margaret Cochran Corbin] Washington, D.C.: Daughters of the American Revolution, 1926.

Pennypacker, Samuel W. "Capture of Stony Point," Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 26 (1902): 360-369.

*Pierson, Edward F. Ramapo Pass, Including the Village of Ramapo Works, ed. by H. Pierson Mapes, 1915 rev. ed. Ramapo, NJ: At the Homestead, 1955.

*Putnam, Israel. General Orders Issued by Major-General Israel Putnam, When in Command of the Highlands, In the Summer and Fall of 1777, ed. by Worthington C. Ford. Brooklyn, NY: Historical Printing Club, 1893.

Randall, Willard Sterne. "Tom Quick’s Revenge," Military History Quarterly, vol. 4 (1992): 70-75.

Rasnick, Marvin. "Staunch Patriot: Ann Hawkes Hay," South of the Mountain, vol. 23, no. 4 (Oct.-Dec. 1979): 7-8, 12-3.

Ransom, James M. Vanishing Ironworks of the Ramapos. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1966.

Rose, Kenneth. "A Brief Account of the History of the Fortifications at Sidman’s Bridge, Ramapo, New York, During the American Revolution," Orange County Historical Society Journal, vol. 18 (1989): 34-42.

Ruttenber, Edward M. "Historic Homes in Orange County," Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands, Historical Papers, No. 11 (1904): 68-73.

______. History of the County of Orange: With a History of the Town and City of Newburgh. Newburgh: E. M. Ruttenber & Son, 1875.

______. History of the Town of New Windsor. Newburgh: Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands, 1911.

______. Obstructions to the Navigation of Hudson’s River. Albany: J. Munsell, 1860.

Sanford, Fredinand V. "General John Hathorn, A Revolutionary Soldier, Patriot and Statesman," Newburgh Bay and the Highlands Historical Papers No. 11 (1904): 91-8.

Saul, Leslie T. "Revolutionary War Memorials At West Point, New York," Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, vol. 58, (December 1924): 725-734.

Scott, John. "Washington-Rochambeau Historic Route Across Rockland County to Yorktown, Virginia," Historical Society of Rockland County, South of the Mountains, vol. 24, no. 4 (October-December 1981): 4-12.

Sheffield, Mele Gardner. Fort That Never Was: A Discussion of the Revolutionary War Fortifications Built on Constitution Island, 1775-1783. West Point: Constitution Island Association, Inc., 1969.

*Showman, Richard K., ed. Papers of General Nathanael Greene , vol. 6. (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press for the Rhode Island Historical Society, 1991). [West Point time]

Sklarsky, I. W. Revolution’s Boldest Venture: The Story of ‘Mad Anthony’ Wayne’s Assault on Stony Point. Port Washington: Kennikat Press, 1965.

Smith, Elizabeth S. "Claudius Smith, Loyalist," Orange County Historical Society Journal, vol. 17 (1988): 17-24.

Starkey, Armstrong. "Paoli to Stony Point: Military Ethics and Weaponry During the American Revolution," Journal of Military History, vol. 58 (1994): 7-27.

Stevens, John Austin. "The Route of the Allies from King’s Ferry to the Head of Elk," Magazine of American History, vol. 5 (July 1880): 1-20.

Stowe, Gerald C. and Jac Weller. "Revolutionary West Point: ‘The Key to the Continent’," Military Affairs, vol. 19 (Summer 1955): 81-98.

Suffern, J. Bogart. "Ramapo Valley During the American Revolution," Newburgh Bay and the Highlands Historical Papers, No. 13 (1906): 185-190.

Telasco, Frederick J. "The Blockhouse in the Clove, 1782," North Jersey Historical Society, Highlander, (Fall 1973): 13-18.

Thacher, James. Military Journal of the American Revolution, 1862 rept. New York: Arno Press, 1969.

Thomas, William S. "Revolutionary Camps of the Hudson Highlands," Proceedings of the New York Historical Association, vol. 19 (1921): pp. 141-155.

Tomlinson, Everett T. Mystery of the Ramapo Pass: A Story of the American Revolution. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1922.

Townsend, E. Jane. "New Windsor Cantonment and the Town of New Windsor: Two Communities Co-Exist in 1782-1783," Orange Country Historical Society Journal, vol. 25 (1996): 14-31 and 39.

*Wade, Nathaniel [West Point orderly book] Essex Institute, Salem, MA, Historical Collections, ed. by Herbert T. Wade, vol. 89, July-October 1953, pp. 213-252, 257-275; vol. 90, January-April and October 1954, pp 84-99, 167-190 and 317-349.


Walker, Paul K. Engineers of Independence: A Documentary History of the Army Engineers in the American Revolution, 1775-1783. Washington, D.C.: Historical Division, Office of Administrative Services, Office of the Chief of Engineers, 1981.

Wallace, Margaret V. S. "John Robinson of Newburgh: Member of the Committee of Safety and Observation," Orange County Historical Society, Publication No. 4 (1974-1975): 21-22.

Wachter, Evelyn S. Samuel Sidman of Ramapo, New York, and His Descendants, 1978-1979 rev. ed. Westfield: 1981.

Ware, John D., ed. Notes on the Works of Bernard Romans, facsimile reproduction. Of the 1924 ed. Gainesville: University Presses of Florida, 1975.

Zarutskie, Andrew J. "General Washington’s Masonic Activities in Orange County," Orange County Historical Society Journal, Publication No. 12 (1982-1983): 9-13.

 


 

ULSTER COUNTY

Benedict, Thomas E. Dedication of the memorial to John Graham and Comrades… Grahamsville: Graham Memorial Committee, 1920.

Brink, Benjamin Myer. Early History of Saugerties, 1660-1825. Kingston: R. W. Anderson & Son, 1902.

Clearwater, Alphonse Trumpour, ed. History of Ulster County, New York. Kingston: W. J. Van Deusen, 1907.

Campbell, Charles A. "Peekskill Village in the Revolutionary War," Magazine of American History, vol. 8 ( May 1882) 331-335.

"Colonel Jacobus Severyn Bruyn," Olde Ulster, vol. 6 (September 1913): 275-278.

Fried, Marc B. Early History of Kingston & Ulster County, New York. Marbletown: Ulster County Historical Society, 1975.

De Witt, Sutherland, ed. "Journal of Henry Pawling," Olde Ulster, vols. 1 and 2 (1905-1906): 335-8; 361-5; 18-25.

Lefevre, Ralph. History of New Paltz, New York and Its Old Families (from 1678 to 1820). Albany: Fort Orange Press, 1903.

McEntee, Girard Lindsley. "Contribution of Ulster County to the Cause of the American Revolution," Proceedings of the Ulster County Historical Society (1939-1940): 8-27.

Nash, Willis G. "Burning of Kingston," Proceedings of the Ulster County Historical Society (1933-1934): 51-60.

Nelson, Peter, ed. "Minutes of Rombout," Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association, vol. 12 (July 1931): 295-310.

Pratt, George W. An Account of the British Expedition Above the Highlands of the Hudson River, and of the Events Connected with the Burning of Kingston in 1777. Albany: Munsell & Rowland, 1861.

Schoonmaker, Marius. History of Kingston, NY: From Its Early Settlement to the Year 1820. New York: Burr Printing House, 1888.

*Smith, Michael. Account in John Dann edited Revolution Remembered… (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1980): 11-114 [LTC Johanis Hardenbergh,’s 4th Ulster County Militia].

 


 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY

*"Andrew Corsa," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 8, no. 2 (April 1932, 49-58 (Corsa was Generals Washington’s and Rochambeau’s guide during the Grand Reconnaissance of 21-23 July 1781).

*Auser, Cortland Pell. "Le Comte at Crompound: October, 1782," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester Conty Historical Society, vol. 36, no. 2, Part 1 (Summer 1960): 39-40; no. 3, Part 2 (Fall 1960): 64-67.

Baird, Charles Washington. Chronicle of a Boarder Town: History of Rye, Westchester County, New York, 1660-1870 Including Harrison and the White Plains Till 1788 New York: Anson D. F. Randolph and Co., 1871.

Campbell, Charles A. "Peekskill Village in the Revolutionary War," Magazine of American History, vol. 8 ( May 1882) 331-335.

Coles, Elizabeth G. H. "Washington in White Plains and Vicinity," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 8, no. 1 (January 1932): 1-18.

Dawson, Henry B. Westchester-County, New York During the American Revolution. Morrisania: Privately Printed, 1886.

Drimmer, Harold. "The Westchester Militia in the American Revolution," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 73, no. 1 (Winter 1997): 3-11.

French, Alvah P., ed. History of Westchester County New York, 4 vols. New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1925.

Haacker, Frederick C. "Westchester Guides," Westchester Historian, vol. 30 (April 1954): 60-4.

Hadaway, William S. "Dobbs Ferry in the Revolution," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 8, no. 3 (July 1932): 114-121.

______. "’Grand Army’ of 1778 in Westchester County," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 9 (July 1933): 49-59.

______., ed. McDonald Papers, Part 1. White Plains: Westchester County Historical Society, 1926.

Hadaway, W. S. "Young’s Four Corners," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 10 (October 1934): 71-82.

Hamilton, Mary Schuyler. "Elmsford and the Neutral Ground," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 10 (July and October 1934): 51-56 and 83-90.

Hawley, Samuel B. "General Washington’s Headquarter’s on Valentine’s Hill, Yonkers," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 7, no. 1 (January 1931): 33.

Heitman, Thaddeus F. "Rochambeau in Westchester," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 57, no. 4 (Fall 1981): 80-83.

Howe, Herbert B. "St. George’s – The Old Northcastle Church," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 5, no. 2 (April 1929): 37-39.

Hufeland, Otto. Westchester County During the American Revolution, 1775-1783, 1926 rept. Harrison: Harbor Hill Books, 1974.

*Keiter, Jane Oxford. "Deborah Sampson, Continental Soldier: The Westchester Connection, 4 parts, Westchester Historian, vol. 74, no. 1- 4 (Winter – Fall 2000): 4-13; 52-60; 84-93 and 116-125.

Kim, Sung Bok. "Limits of Politicization in the American Revolution: The Experience of Westchester County, New York," Journal of American History, vol. 80 (1993): 868-889.

Koke, Richard J. "The Grand Army in Westchester, Summer 1778: The Reconnaissance Map," Westchester County Historical Society, Westchester Historian, vol. 57 (1981): 27-38 and 54-65.

Lamb, Martha J. "White Plains in the Revolution," Magazine of American History, vol. 28 (October 1892): 241-271.

Lane, Margaret T. "Pilots for Washington," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 46, no. 2 (Spring 1980): 25-29.

Lee, Frances Cook. "The Washington-Rochambeau March and Encampments, 1781-1981," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 57, no. 4 (Fall 1981): 76-79.

Le Viness, J. Leonard, "Fort Hill," Westchester Historian. (Spring 1969): 38-39.

______. "Hartsdale in the Revolution," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 47, no. 3 (Summer 1971): 65-68.

______. "Taxes! Ever Irksome!" Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 46, no. 4 (Fall 1970): 85-87. [French encampment at White Plains in July 1781]

Lucid, Richard G. and Arthur I. Bernhard, "Northcastle Camp," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 35, no. 1 (Spring 1959): 3-8.

______. "Rochambeau in Westchester," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 35, no. 3 (Summer 1959): 63-64.

MacKellar, W. "Peekskill’s Part in the Drama of the American Revolution," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 7, no. 4 (October 1931): 152-167.

Maass, Richard. "’We think he deserves to suffer’: Keeping an Eye on Westchester Tories," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester Country Historical Society, vol. 66, no. 2 (Spring 1990): 35-41.

Massaro, Dominic R. "American Revolution Comes to Pelham Bay park: The Battles of Pell’s Point," Bronx County Historical Society Journal, vol. 28 (1991): 1-17.

Patterson, Emma L. Peekskill in the American Revolution. Peekskill: Friendly Town Association, 1944.

Qait, William. "Verplanck’s Point in Revolutionary History," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 8, no. 4 (October 1932): 145-159.

Roberts, Harry Baldwin. "The French Encampment in Yorktown," vol. 4, no. 2, Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society (April 1929): 39-43.

Robinson, Margaret McCord. "Old St. Peter’s at Van Cortlandville," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 3, no. 3 (July 1927): 3-4.

Scharf, John Thomas, ed. History of Westchester County, New York, Including Morrisania, Kings Bridge, and West Farms, 2 vols. Philadelphia: L. E. Preston, 1886.

Scofield, Calton B. "Rochambeau’s Headquarters – Hartsdale," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 36, no. 2 (Summer 1960): 35-36.

Seacord, Morgan H., "Site of the Appleby House," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 10, no. 1 (January 1934): 8-13. [The Appleby House was General Washington’s Headquarters in July-August 1781].

Smith, Wilson Cary. "Miller House: Washington’s Headquarters at the White Plains," Magazine of American History, vol. 7 (August 1881): 108-118.

Valentine, Dudley F. "Valentine Hill," Quarterly Bulletin of the Westchester County Historical Society, vol. 5, no. 4 (October 1929): 97-99.
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