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A United Empire Loyalist's Bibliography

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Alden, John R. John Stuart and the Southern Colonial Frontiers: A Study of Indian Relations, War, Trade, and Land Problems in the Southern Wilderness, 1754-1775 (Ann Arbor, 1944).

Allen, Robert S. "Red and White: The Indian Tribes of the Ohio Valley and Anglo-American Relations, 1783-96." MA Thesis, Dalhousie University, 1970.

Allen, Robert S. British Indian Department and the Frontier in North America, 1755-1830 (Ottawa, 1975).

Beck, Harold T. Cornplanter Chronicles: A Tale of the Legendary Seneca Chief (Custer City, 1994-1997), 3 volumes.

Berger, Carl. "The Campaign to Win the Indian Allegiance." In Broadsides and Bayonets: The Propaganda War of the American Revolution (Philadelphia, 1967).

Burk, Duane A. "The Life and Times of Cornplanter, the Seneca Warchief." MA Thesis, Slippery Rock University, 1994.

Clifton, James, ed. Being and Becoming Indian: Biographical Studies of North American Frontiers (Chicago, 1989).

Colwell, David G. "The Causes and Accuracy of the Reputation of Simon Girty in American History." Pittsburg History, 77 (No 1, 1994).

Downes, Randolph C. Council Fires in the Upper Ohio: A Narrative of Indian Affairs in the Upper Ohio Valley Until 1795 (Pittsburg, 1940).

Graymont, Barbara. The Iroquois in the American Revolution (Syracuse, 1972).

Hagan, William Thomas. Longhouse Diplomacy and Frontier Warfare: The Iroquois Confederacy in the American Revolution (Albany, 1976).

Hamer, Philip M. "John Stuart's Indian Policy During the Early Months of the American Revolution." Mississippi Valley Historical Review, 17(1930).

Hatheway, G.G. "The Neutral Barrier State: A Project in British North American Policy, 1754-1815." PhD Dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1957.

Lorimier, Claude-Nicholas-Guillaume de. At War With the Americans: The Journal of Claude-Nichlas-Guillaume de Lorimier (Victoria, 1981).

Marshall, Peter. "First Americans and Last Loyalists: An Indian Dilemma in War and Peace." In Esmond Wright, ed. Red, White and True Blue: The Loyalists in the American Revolution (New York, 1976).

McKee, Alexander. "Journal, March-May 1774." In E.B. O'Callaghan, Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York, 8(1857).

Montour, Enos T. The Feathered UELs: An Account of the Life and Times of Certain Canadian Native People (Regina, 1980).

Ostola, Lawrence. "The Seven Nations of Canada in the American Revolution, 1774-1783." MA Thesis, University de Montreal, 1988.

O'Donnell, James H. Southern Indians in the American Revolution (Knoxville, 1973).

Pulfer, Ruth E. "The Administration of British Policy to the Indians in the Northern District of North America, 1760-1783." MA Thesis, University of Saskatchewan, 1970.

Richter, Daniel K., and James H. Merrill, eds. Beyond the Covenant Chain: The Iroquois and Their Neighbours in Indian North America, 1600-1800 (Syracuse, 1987).

Shaw, Helen Louise. British Administration of the Southern Indians, 1756-1783 (Lancaster, 1931).

Smith, Dwight I. "A North American Neutral Indian Zone: Persistence of a British Idea." Northwest Ohio Quarterly 61 (1989).

Sosin, J.M. "The Use of Indians in the War of the American Revolution: A Re-Assessment of Responsibility." Canadian Historical Review, 46 (1965).

Stanley, George F. "The Six Nations and the American Revolution." Ontario History, 56 (1964).

Stevens, Paul Lawrence. "His Majesty's 'Savage' Allies: British Indian Policy During the Revolutionary War, The Carleton Years, 1774-1778." PhD Dissertation, State University at Buffalo, 1984.

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