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A United Empire Loyalist's Bibliography

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Ashmore, Otis, ed. "Account of the 1779 Seige of Savannah, from a British Source." Georgia Historical Society, Collections, 5(1901).

Barnes, G.R., and J.H. Owen, eds. The Private Papers of John, Earl of Sandwich, First Lord of the Admiralty, 1771-1782 (London, 1932).

Barton, John A. "The Battle of Valcour Island, 1776: Benedict Arnold's Defence." History Today, 9 (No 12, December, 1959).

Begnaud, Alan Eustis. "British Operations in the Caribbean and the American Revolution." PhD Dissertation, Tulane University, 1966.

Bellico, Russell. "The Great Penobscot Blunder." American History Illustrated, 13 (No 8, 1978).

Bird, Harrison. Navies in the Mountains: The Battles on the Waters of Lake Champlain and Lake George, 1606-1814 (New York, 1962).

Bolander, Louis H. "Arnold's Retreat from Valcour Island." United States Naval Institute, Proceedings, 55(December, 1929).

Bottom, Reginald P. "The British Navy in the Revolution." Magazine of History, 2(1905).

Bourne, Russell. "The Penobscot Fiasco." American Heritage, 75 (No 6, 1974).

Bredenberg, Oscar R. "The Royal Savage." Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Bulletin, 12 (September, 1966).

Breen, K.C. "The Royal Navy and the Yorktown Campaign, 1781." MPhil Thesis, University of London, 1966.

Brown, O.T. "Beverly Privateers in the American Revolution." Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Transactions, 22(1923).

Buel, Richard. In Irons: Britain's Naval Supremacy and the American Revolution (Boston, 1998).

Bulger, William T. "The British Expedition to Charlestown, 1779-1780." PhD Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1957.

Calef, John. The Siege of Penobscot by the Rebels (London, 1781)

Chadwick, French Ensor. The Graves Papers and Other Documents Relating to the Naval Operations of the Yorktown Campaign, July to October, 1781 (New York, 1916).

Clowes, William Laird. The Royal Navy: A History from the Earliest Times to the Present (London, 1898).

Coles, Robert R. "Historical Hempstead Harbour." Long Island Forum, 33(1970).

Collier, George. "To My Inexpressible Astonishment: Sir George Collier's Observations on the Battle of Long Island." New York Historical Society, Quarterly, 48(October, 1964).

Collier, George. A Detail of Some Particular Services Performed in America, During the Years 1776, 1777, 1778 and 1779 (New York, 1935).

Collier, George. "Expedition to Portsmouth, Virginia, 1779." William and Mary Quarterly, 2nd Series, 12(April, 1932).

Crawford, Michael J., ed. Naval Documents of the American Revolution (Washington, 1996).

Da Costa, B.F. "The Fight at Diamond Island." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 26 (April, 1872).

Douglas, W.A.B. "The Anatomy of Naval Incompetence: The Provincial Marine in the Defence of Upper Canada Before 1813." Ontario History, 71(1979).

Firth, C.H. Naval Songs and Ballads (London, 1908).

Folsom, William R. "The Battle at Valcour Island." Vermont Quarterly, New Series, 20 (January, 1952).

French, E., ed. Graves Papers and Other Documents Relating to the Naval Operations of the Chesapeake Campaign (New York, 1916).

Gardiner, Robert. Navies and the American Revolution, 1775-1783 (London, 1997).

Gardner, John. The Dory book (Mystic, 1987).

Great Britain, Admiralty. A List of the Flag Officers of His Majesty's Fleet (London, 1777-1840).

Hahn, Harold. The Colonial Schooner, 1763-1775 (Conway, 1981).

Hahn, Harold. Ships of the American Revolution (Conway, 1988).

Hammersley, Sydney E. The Lake Champlain Naval Battles of 1776-1814 (Waterford, 1959).

Howe, --. "Biographical Memoirs of Earl Howe." Naval Chronicle, 1(January to July, 1799).

Howland, Henry R. "A British Privateer in the American Revolution." American Historical Review, 7 (January, 1902).

Howland, Henry R. "A British Privateer in the American Revolution." Buffalo Historical Society Publications 6 (1903).

James, William Melburne. British Navy in Adversity: A Study of the War of American Independence (New York, 1926).

Jung, Patrick J. "A Valuable and Dependable Little Navy: The British Upper Great Lakes Fleet During the American Revolution." Inland Seas, 53 (Spring, 1997), and 53(Summer, 1997).

Knight, John. "Biographical Journal of John Knight, Esq." Naval Chronicle, 9 (January to July 1804).

Macpherson, K.R. "List of Vessels Employed on British Naval Service on the Great Lakes, 1775-1875." Ontario History, 55 (194).

Mahan, A.T. The Major Operations of the Navies in the War of American Independence (New York, 1913).

Mason, George C. "British Fleet in Rhode Island." Rhode Island Historical Society, Collections, 7 (1885).

Nelson, Peter. "The Battle of Diamond Island." New York State Historical Association, Quarterly Journal, 3 (January, 1922).

Nichols, George E. E. "Notes on Nova Scotia Privateers." Nova Scotia Historical Society, Collections, 13 (1908).

Palmer, Peter S. Battle of Valcour on Lake Champlain, October 11th, 1776 (Plattsburg, 1876).

Rodney, Sir George Brydges. Letter Books (New York, 1932).

Shenstone, Susan Burgess. "The Loyalist Genesis of a Ship." Nova Scotia Historical Review, 11 (1991).

Smith, Arthur Britton. Legend of the Lake: The 22-Gun Brig-Sloop Ontario, 1780 (Kingston, 1997).

Stout, Neil Ralph. "The Royal Navy in American Waters, 1760-1775." PhD Dissertation, University of Wisconsin, 1962.

Stout, Neil R. The Royal Navy in America, 1760-1775: A Study of Enforcement of British Colonial Policy in the Era of the American Revolution (Annapolis, 1973).

Syrett, David. "The Royal Navy in European Waters During the American Revolutionary War." PhD Dissertation, University of South Carolina, 1998.

Syrett, David. The Royal Navy in American Waters, 1775-1783 (Aldershot, 1989).

Tilley, John A. The British Navy in the American Revolution, (Columbia, 1987).

Whiteley, W.H. "The British Navy and the Siege of Quebec, 1775-1776." Canadian Historical Review, 61 (March, 1980).

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