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Adams, C.F. "Campaign of 1777." Massachusetts Historical Society (October, 1910).

Adams, C.F. Campaign of 1777 (Paper prepared in 1910 for the Massachusetts Historical Society in US Center of Military History Library, Carlisle, PA)

Aimone, Alan C., and Barbara A. Aimone. "Brave Bostonians: New Yorker's Roles in the Winter Invasion of Canada." Military Collector and Historian, 36 (Winter, 1984).

Ainsley, Thomas. Canada Preserved: The Journal of Captain Thomas Ainsley (New York, 1968).

Allen, William. "Account of Arnold's Expedition." Maine Historical Society Collections." 1 (1831).

Allen, Ethan. The Narrative of Colonel Ethan Allen (New York, 1961).

Anbury, Thomas. With Burgoyne from Quebec: An Account of the Life at Quebec and of the Famous Battle of Saratoga (Toronto, 1963).

Anderson, W.J. "The Siege and Blockade of Quebec by Generals Montgomery and Arnold in 1775-76." Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, Transactions, New Series, 9 (1871-72).

Anonymous. "Orders of Generals Schuyler and Sullivan to Colonel Jonathan Dayton, 1776: Directing him to proceed to Johnstown, New York, for the Purpose of Capturing Sir John Johnson." Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, 5 (May, 1850).

Anonymous. "A Journal of Carleton's and Burgoyne's Campaigns." Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, 11 (December, 1964).

Anonymous. "Military Journal, November 1775-May 1776; Chief Events in the Siege of Quebec: A Lively Account by a British Garrison Officer." In New York Historical Society Collections for 1881.

Anonymous. "Journal of the Siege from 1st Dec., 1775 by an Artillery Officer, as his Duties Appeared to be Chiefly on the Ramparts and in the Batteries of Quebec." In Historical Documents of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, 8th Series (1906).

Anonymous. "Journal of the Most Remarkable Occurrences in Quebec since Arnold Appeared Before the Town on the 14th November 1775." In Historical Documents of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, 7th Series, (1905).

Anonymous. An Authentic Narrative of Facts Relating to the Exchange of Prisoners Taken at the Cedars, Supported by the Testimonials of His Majesty's Officers (London, 1777).

Anonymous. "Journal, April-August, 1777." Magazine of History, 3 (1906).

Anonymous. The Sullivan-Clinton Campaign in 1779 (Albany, 1929).

Arndt, Karl J.R. "New Hampshire and the Battle of Bennington: Colonel Baum's Mission and Bennington Defeat as Reported by a German Officer under Burgoyne's Command." Historical New Hampshire, 32 (Winter, 1977).

Arnold, Benedict. "Benedict Arnold's Regimental Memorandum Book." Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, 14 (Winter, 1982).

Arnold, Benedict. "Arnold's Letters on his Expedition to Canada in 1775." Maine Historical Society Collections, 1 (1831).

Arnold, Benedict. Benedict Arnold's Regimental Memorandum Book Written While at Crown Point and Ticonderoga, 1775 (Philadelphia, 1884).

Arnold, Isaac N. "Benedict Arnold at Saratoga." United Services Institute (September 1880).

Atkinson, C.T., ed. "Some Evidence For the Burgoyne Expedition." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 26 (Fall, 1948).

Baby, Francois. Journal du MM Baby, Taschereau et Willims 1776 (Quebec, 1929).

Banks, Charles E. "Arnold's Expedition to Quebec in 1775" Magazine of History, 18 (February-March, 1914).

Barker, E. Eugene. "The Lost Cannon of Crown Point." Military Collector and Historian, 26 (Fall, 1974).

Baxter, James Phinney, ed. The British Invasion from the North. The Campaigns of Generals Carleton and Burgoyne From Canada, 1776-1777. With the Journal of Lieut William Digby, of the 53rd, or Shropshire Regiment of Foot (Albany, 1887).

Beebe, Lewis. Journal of Lewis Beebe A Physician on the Campaign Against Canada, 1776 (Philadelphia, 1935).

Bennett, A.M. Advance and Retreat to Saratoga and the American Revolution (Boston, 1972).

Bird, Harrison. March to Saratoga: General Burgoyne and the American Campaign (New York, 1963).

Bennington Battle Monument and Historical Association. Centennial Anniversary of the Independence of the State of Vermont and the Battle of Bennington, August 15 and 16, 1877 (Rutland, 1879).

Bogert, Frederick W. "Henry Clinton Raids a 'Hen Roost'". New Jersey History, 98 (1980).

Bowler, R. Arthur. "Sir Guy Carleton and the Campaign of 1776 in Canada." Canadian Historical Review, 55 (June, 1974).

Bradford, S. Sydney, ed. "Lord Francis Napier's Journal of the Burgoyne Campaign." Maryland Historical Magazine, 57 (December, 1962).

Bredenburg, Oscar E. Military Activities in the Champlain Valley after 1777 (Champlain, 1962).

Brooks, Victor. The Boston Campaign, April 19, 1775-March 17, 1776 (Conshohocken, 1999).

Burgoyne, John. A State of the Expedition from Canada as Laid Before the House of Commons, by Lieutenant-General Burgoyne, and Verified by Evidence, with a Collection of Authentic Documents, and an Addition of Many Circumstances Which were Prevented from Appearing Before the House by the Prorogation of Parliament (London, 1780).

Burgoyne, John. Orderly Book of Lieut Gen John Burgoyne from His Entry into the State of New York until His Surrender at Saratoga, 16th Oct 1777 (Albany, 1860).

Burns, Brian. "Massacre or Muster? Burgoyne's Indians and the Militia at Bennington." Vermont History, 45 (Summer, 1977).

Bushnell, Charles I., ed. Journal of the Expedition Against Quebec, Under the Command of Col Benedict Arnold, in the Year 1775, by Major Return J. Meigs (New York, 1864).

Byrd, Martha. Saratoga (Philadelphia, 1973).

Caldwell, Henry. "The Invasion of Canada, in 1775." Historical Magazine, 2nd Series, 2 (August, 1867).

Carroll, Charles. Journals of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, During His Visit to Canada in 1776, As One of the Commissioners From Congress, With a Memoir and Notes (Baltimore, 1876).

Chidsey, Donald Barr. The War in the North: An Informal History of the American Revolution in and Near Canada (New York, 1967).

Clark, Jane. "Responsibility for the Failure of the Burgoyne Campaign." American Historical Review, 35 (April, 1935).

Clark, Peter. "Letters Relative to the Battle of Bennington." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 14 (April, 1860).

Clarke, T. Wood. The Bloody Mohawk (New York, 1940).

Clarke, William Butler, ed. "Col John Brown's Expedition Against Ticonderoga and Diamond Island, 1777." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 74 (October, 1920).

Coburn, Frank W. The Centennial History of the Battle of Bennington, compiled from the most reliable sources, and fully illustrated with original documents and entertaining anecdotes (Boston, 1877).

Codman, John. Arnold's Expedition to Quebec (New York, 1902).

Coffin, Victor. The Province of Quebec and the Early American Revolution: A Study in English-American Colonial History (Madison, 1896).

Coffin, William F. "On Some Additional Incidents in Connection with the Siege and Blockade of Quebec, 1775-76." Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, Transactions, New Series, 10(1873).

Cross, Uriah. "Narrative of Uriah Cross in the Revolutionary War." New York History, 63 (July, 1982).

Danford, Jacob. "Quebec Under Siege, 1775-1776: The "Memorandums of Jacob Danford." Canadian Historical Review, 50 (March, 1969).

Davis, Curtis Carroll. "Mrs Warner's Winter Warfare, A Memento of Arnold's Campaign." Lancaster County Historical Society Journal, 84 (Trinity, 1980).

Dawson, Henry B. "The Battle of Bennington." Historical Magazine, 2nd Series, 7 (May, 1870).

Dearborn, Henry. "Journal kept by Capt Henry Dearborne, of the Proceedings, and Particular Occurrences which happened within my knowledge, to the Troops, under the Command of Colonel Benedict Arnold, in the year 1775 Which Troops were detached from the American Army Lying before the Town of Boston, for the purpose of marching to and taking possession of Quebec." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 22 (April, 1886).

Dendy, John Oliver. "Frederick Haldimand and the Defence of Canada, 1778-1784." MA Thesis, University of Michigan, 1972.

DePeyster, J. Watts. Major-General Philip Schuyler and the Burgoyne Campaign in the Summer of 1777. Address before the New York Historical Society, 2 January 1877 (New York, 1877).

Digby, William. The British Invasion From the North: The Campaigns of Generals Carleton and Burgoyne from Canada, 1776-1777, with the Journal of Lieut. William Digby (Albany, 1887).

Drake, Samuel A. Burgoyne's Invasion of 1777 with an Outline Sketch of the American Invasion of Canada, 1775-1776 (Boston, 1889).

Dupuy, R. Ernest. The Battle of Hubbardton: A Critical Analysis (np. 1960).

Elting, John R. The Battles of Saratoga (Monmouth Beach, 1977).

Elwood, Mary Cheney. An Episode of the Sullivan Campaign and Its Sequel (New York, 1904).

Fogg, Jeremiah. Journal of Major Jeremiah Fogg During the Expedition of Gen. Sullivan in 1779 Against the Western Indians (Exeter, 1879).

Folsom, William R. "The Battle of Hubbardton." Vermont Quarterly, New Series, 20 (January, 1952).

Ford, Worthington C. Ed. General Orders Issued by Major General Israel Putman, When in Command of the Highlands in the Summer and Fall of 1777 (Brooklyn, 1893).

Foster, Herbert D., and Thomas W Streeter. "Stark's Independent Command at Bennington." Manchester Historic Association Collections, 4 (1910-1911).

Fraser, J. Skulking for the King: A Loyalist Plot (Erin, 1985).

Fraser, Simon. "General Fraser's Account of Burgoyne's Campaign on Lake Champlain and the Battle of Hubbardton." Vermont Historical Society Proceedings, 1998.

French, Allen. The Taking of Ticonderoga in 1775: The British Story, a Study f Captors and Captives (Cambridge, 1928).

Furcron, Thomas B. "Mt. Independence 1776-1777." Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Bulletin, 9 (No 4, 1954).

Furneaux, Rupert. Saratoga: The Decisive Battle (London, 1971).

George H. Flint, trans. Siege of the Fort of St John's in 1775 (St Johns, 1889).

Gerlach, Don R. "The Fall of Ticonderoga in 1777: Who Was Responsible?" Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, 14 (Summer, 1982).

Gerlach, Don R. "Trial at Quaker-Hill: 'Justice to an Injured Country' or 'Justice to...Injured Gentlemen?" Bulletin of the Ticonderoga Museum, 14 (Fall, 1983).

Gerlach, Don R. "The British Invasion of 1780 and 'A Character...Debased Beyond Description." Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, 14 (Summer, 1984).

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

Haarmann, A.W. "The Battle of Bennington, 1777." Military Collector and Historian, 17 (Fall, 1965).

Hadden, James M. Hadden's Journal and Orderly Books: A Journal Kept in Canada and Upon Burgoyne's Campaign in 1776 and 1777, by Lieut James M. Hadden, Royal Artillery (Albany, 1884).

Hagan, Edward A. War in Schoharie (np, 1980).

Hall, B.H. "The Westminster Massacre." Historical Magazine, 3 (May, 1859).

Hall, Henry. "The Evacuation of Ticonderoga in 1777." Historical Magazine, 6 (December, 1862).

Hall, Henry. "Castleton Fort." Vermont Historical Society Proceedings, New Series, 2 (December, 1931).

Hamilton, Edward P. "Was Washington to Blame for the Loss of Ticonderoga in 1777?" Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, 11 (September, 1963).

Harding, Garrick M. "The Sullivan Road." Wyoming Valley Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1899.

Hatch, Robert McConnel. Thrust for Canada: The American Attempt on Quebec, 1775-1776 (Boston, 1979).

Hatvany, Matthew G. "Overcoming Ethnic and Social Barriers in Colonial British America: The 'Meritorous" Career of Frederick Haldimand." Historian, 58 (1996).

Hellman, Florence S., comp. The Saratoga Campaign, 1777: A Bibliographical List (Washington, 1940).

Hendrix, Leather E., and Anne Whitbeck Hendrix.. Sloughter's Instant History of Schoharie County (Schoharie, 1980).

Henry, John Joseph. Account of Arnold's Campaign Against Quebec and of the Hardships and Sufferings of that Band of Heroes who Traversed the Wilderness of Maine from Cambridge to the St Lawrence in the Autumn of 1775 (Albany, 1877).

Hoffman, Elliott W. "The Germans at Ticonderoga." Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, 14 (Summer, 1981).

Holden, James A. "Influence of the Death of Jane McCrea on the Burgoyne Campaign." Proceedings of the New York State Historical Association, 12 (1913).

Hollister, Josiah. A Journal of Josiah Hollister, A Soldier of the American Revolution and a Prisoner of War in Canada (1928).

Honeyman, A. Van Doren, ed. "Journal of Major Mattias Ogden, 1775." Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, New Series, 13 (January, 1928).

Hough, Franklin B. The Northern Invasion of October 1780: A Series of Papers Relating to the Expeditions from Canada under Sir John Johnson and Others against the Frontiers of New York (New York, 1866).

Hughes, J.M. "Notes Relative to the Campaign Against Burgoyne." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 3 (February, 1858).

Irvine, W.A., ed. "Gen Irvine's Journal of the Canadian Campaign, 1776." Historical Magazine, 6 (April, 1862).

Jackman, Sydney, ed. With Burgoyne from Quebec: An Account of the Life at Quebec and of the Famous Battles at Saratoga. First Published as Volume One of Travels Through the Interior Parts of North America by Thomas Anburey (Toronto, 1963).

Jenks, R. Siege of Fort Stanwix and Battle of Oriskany (Rome, 1977).

Jones, Charles Henry. History of the Campaign for the Conquest of Canada in 1776, From the Death of Montgomery to the Retreat of the British Army Under Sir Guy Carleton (Philadelphia, 1882).

Kerr, W.B. "The American Invasion of Nova Scotia, 1776-1777." Canadian Defence Quarterly, 13 (1935-36).

Ketchum, Richard M. Saratoga: Turning Point of America's Revolutionary War (New York, 1997).

Kidder, Frederick. Military Operations in Eastern Maine and Nova Scotia During the Revolution... (Albany, 1876).

Knowles, James. "Journal of the Quebec Attack." Magazine of History, 16 (May, 1913).

Krueger, John W. "The Troop Life at the Champlain Valley Forts during the American Revolution." Ph.D. Dissertation, State University of New York at Albany, 1981.

Krueger, John W. "Troop Life at the Champlain Valley Forts During the American Revolution." Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, 14 (Summer, 1982).

Lanctot, Gustave. Canada and the American Revolution, 1774-1783 (Cambridge, 1967).

Lansing, Amy E. "Baum's Raid." Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association, 9 (January, 1928).

Leamon, James S. Revolution Downeast: The War for American Independence in Maine (Boston, 1995).

Lord, Philip, Jr., comp. War Over Waloomscoick: Land Use and Settlement Pattern on the Bennington Battlefield, 1777 (Albany, 1990).

Lutnick, Solomon. "The Arnold-Gates Controversy." West Virginia History, 27 (January, 1966).

Luzader, John. Decision on the Hudson: The Saratoga Campaign of 1777 (Washington, 1975).

Lynd, Stoughton. "The Tenant Rising at Livingston Manor, May 1777." New-York Historical Society Quarterly, 48 (April, 1964).

MacLean, Allen. "Arnold's Strength at Quebec." Military Collector and Historian, 29 (Autumn, 1977).

MacWethy, Lou D. The Battle of Klock's Field, October 19, 1780 (St Johnsville, 1930).

Maguire, J. Robert, ed. "Dr Robert Knox's Account of the Battle of Valcour, October 11-13, 1776." Vermont History, 46 (Summer, 1978).

Manders, Eric. "Notes on Troop Units in the Northern Army." Military Collector and Historian, 23 (Winter, 1971), and 27 (Spring, Fall, 1975).

Mann, David L. "Bennington: A Clash Between Patriot and Loyalist." Historical New Hampshire, 32 (Winter, 1977).

McCorison, Marcus A. "Bayley-Hazen Military Road." Vermont History, New Series, 27 (January, 1959).

McHenry, Chris. Rebel Prisoners at Quebec (np, nd).

Meredith, Brian. "Carleton, Montgomery, Arnold." Dalhousie Review, 8 (October, 1928).

Mills, Borden H. "Troop Units at the Battle of Saratoga." Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association, 9 (April, 1928).

Mills, William Howard. "Benedict Arnold's March to Canada." Magazine of American History, 13 (February, 1885).

Mintz, Max M. The Generals of Saratoga: John Burgoyne and Horatio Gates (New Haven, 1990).

Morison, George. "An Account of the Assault on Quebec, 1775." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 14 (1890).

Murray, Louise Welles, comp. Order Book of Fort Sullivan and Extracts from Journals of Soldiers on General Sullivan's Army Relating to Fort Sullivan at Tioga Point, Pennsylvania (np, 1933).

Napier, Lord Francis. "Journal of the Burgoyne Campaign." Maryland Historical Magazine, 57 (No 4, December, 1963).

Neatby, Hilda. Quebec: The Revolutionary Age, 1760-1791 (Toronto, 1966).

Neilson, Charles. An Original, Compiled and Corrected Account of Burgoyne's Campaign and the Memorable Battles of Bemis' Heights, Sept. 19 and Oct. 7, 1777... (Albany, 1844).

Nelson, Paul David. "Legacy of Controversy: Gates, Schuyler, and Arnold at Saratoga, 1777." Military Affairs 35 (April, 1973).

Nickerson, Hoffman. The Turning Point of the American Revolution: Or Burgoyne in America (Boston, 1928).

North, S.N.D. "The Historical Significance of the Battle of Oriskany," Magazine of American History, 1 (November, 1877).

Oneida Historical Society. Memorial of the Centennial Celebration of the Battle of Oriskany, August 6, 1777 (Utica, 1878).

O'Callaghan, E.B., ed. "Journal of the Reverend Samuel Kirtland, Missionary Among the Oneidas." Historical Magazine, 2nd Series, 3 (January, 1868).

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

Palmer, Peter S. 1777: The Year of the Hangman (University, 1977).

Patterson, Gerald A. "The Battle of Oriskany." American History Illustrated, 11 (No 4, 1976).

Pausch, George. Journal of Captain Pausch, Chief of the Hanau Artillery During the Burgoyne Campaign (Albany, 1886).

Peyster, John Watts de. Major General Philip Schuyler and the Burgoyne Campaign in the Summer of 1777 (New York, 1877).

Porterfield, Charles. "Memorable Attack on Quebec, December 21, 1775: Diary of Colonel Charles Porterfield." Magazine of American History, 21 (April, 1889).

Riedesel, Friederike. Letters and Journals Relating to the War of the American Revolution and the Capture of the German Troops at Saratoga (Albany, 1867). Reprint, 1968.

Rivis, R.G.L. "Sir William Grant and the Blockade of Quebec." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 20 (Summer, 1941).

Robbins, Ammi Ruhumah. Journal of Reverend Ammi R. Robins, a Chaplain in the American Army, in the Northern Campaign of 1776 (New Haven, 1850).

Roberts, Ellis H. Memorial of the Centennial Celebrations of the Battle of Oriskany, August 6, 1877 (Utica, 1878).

Roberts, Kenneth, com. March to Quebec: Journals of the Members of Arnold's Expedition (New York, 1940).

Rogers, Horatio. Lieutenant James M Hadden, Royal Artillery, A Journal Kept in Canada and Upon Burgoyne's Campaign... (Albany, 1784).

Roof, F.H. "Old Fort Rensselaer." Magazine of American History, 3 (October, 1879).

Schoofcraft, Henry R. Historical Considerations on the Siege and Defence of Fort Stanwix in 1777 (New York, 1846).

Schuyler, Philip, et al. "Evacuation of Ticonderoga, 1777." Magazine of American History, 8 (August, 1882).

Scott, John Albert. "Joseph Brant at Fort Stanwix and Oriskany." New York History, 19 (October, 1938).

Scott, John Albert. Fort Stanwix (Fort Schuyler) and Oriskany (Rome, 1927).

Scott, James. "The Raid on Ballstown, 1780: Memoranda of Reminiscences, 1846." (Syracuse, 1976).

Senter, Isaac. The Journal of Isaac Sentor...on a Secret Expedition Against Quebec... (Philadelphia, 1846).

Sims, Jeptha R. Frontiersmen of New York, Showing Customs, Indians, Vicissitudes of the Pioneer White Settlers... (Albany, 1883).

Sims, Jeptha R. History of Schoharie County and Border Wars of New York... (Albany, 1845).

Smith, Justin H. Arnold's March from Cambridge to Quebec: A Critical Study, together with a reprint of Arnold's Journal (New York, 1903).

Smith, Justin H. Our Struggle for the Fourteenth Colony: Canada in the American Revolution (New York, 1907) 2 vols.

Smith, William, ed. "Journal Kept in Quebec in 1775 by James Jeffry." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 50 (April, 1914).

Snell, Charles W. "A Report on the Organization and Numbers of Gates' Army, September 19, October 7, and October 17, 1777, Including an Appendix with Regimental Data and Notes." Unpublished manuscript, National Parks Service, 1951.

Snell, Charles W. and Wilshin, Francis F. Saratoga National Historic Park (Washington, 1950).

Sobel, Robert. For Want of a Nail...If Burgoyne Had Won at Saratoga (New York, 1973).

Spargo, John. Ethan Allen at Ticonderoga (Rutland, 1926).

Sprague, Delos E. Descriptive Guide to the Battlefield of Saratoga (Ballstown, 1930).

Stacey, Charles Perry. Quebec, 1759: The Siege and Battle (Toronto, 1959).

Standing, Percy Cross. "Burgoyne's Defeat and Surrender: An Inquiry from an English Standpoint." Magazine of American History, 24 (July, 1890).

Stanley, George F.G. Canada Invaded, 1775-1776 (Toronto, 1973).

Steele, Zadock. The Indian Captive, or a Narrative of the Captivity and Sufferings of Zadock Steele Related by Himself...The Burning of Royalton (Montpelier, 1848).

Steuben Society of America. The Battle of Oriskany August 6, 1777 (Boston, 1927).

Stevens, John A. The Burgoyne Campaign (New York, 1877).

Stillman, William O. "The Battles of Bennington." Manchester Historic Association Collections, 4 (1909).

Stone, Edward Martin. "The Invasion of Canada in 1775." Collections of the Rhode Island Historical Society, 6 (1867).

Stone, William L. Visits to Saratoga Battle Grounds, 1780-1880 (Albany, 1895).

Stone, William L. Memoir of the Centennial Celebration of Burgoyne's Surrender (Albany, 1878).

Stone, William L. Reminiscences of Saratoga and Ballstown (New York, 1875).

Stone, William L., ed. Orderly Book of Sir John Johnson During the Oriskany Campaign, 1776-1777 (Albany, 1882).

Stone, William L. Visits to the Saratoga Battle-Grounds, 1780-1880 (Albany, 1895).

Stone, William L. The Campaign of Lieut. Gen. John Burgoyne, and the Expedition of Lieut. Col. Barry St. Leger (Albany, 1877).

Stone, William L. Journal of Captain Pausch, Chief of the Hanau Artillery During the Burgoyne Campaign (Albany, 1886).

Stone, William L. Ballads and Poems Relating to the Burgoyne Campaign (Albany, 1893)

Street, Alfred B. "The Battle of Saratoga." Historical Magazine, 2 (March, 1885).

Sullivan-Clinton Sesquicentennial Committee. Canajoharie and the Sullivan-Clinton Expedition (Canajoharie, 1929).

Todd, William C. "Ethan Allen's Language at Ticonderoga." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 44 (April, 1890).

Underwood, Wynn. "Indian and Tory Raids on the Otter Valley, 1777-1782." Vermont Quarterly, New Series, 15 (October, 1947).

United States, Secretary of State. Journals of the Military Expedition of Major General John Sullivan Against the Six Nations of Indians in 1779; with Records of the Centennial Celebrations (Auburn, 1887).

Upham, George B. "Burgoyne's Great Mistake." New England Quarterly, 3 (October, 1930).

Venables, Robert William. "Tryon County, 1775-1783: A Frontier in Revolution." Ph.D. Dissertation, Vanderbuilt University, 1967.

Vermont Centennial Commission. Dedication of the Bennington Battle Monument and Celebration of the Hundredth Anniversary of the Admission of Vermont as a State, at Bennington, August 19, AD 1891 (Bennington, 1892).

Vermont sesquicentennial Commission. Bennington, Vermont, 1777-1927 (Bennington, 1927).

Walker, Robert M. "Gentleman Johnny's Mistakes." Military Review, 39 (May, 1959).

Walworth, Ellen Harden. "The Battle of Saratoga: Burgoyne and the Northern Campaign, 1777." Magazine of American History, 1 (May, 1877).

Washington, Ida H., and Paul A. Washington. Carleton's Raid (Cannan, 1977).

Watson, W.C. "Arnold's Retreat After the Battle of Valcour." Magazine of American History, 6 (June, 1881).

Watt, Gavin K. The Burning of the Valleys: Daring Raids from Canada Against the New York Frontier in the Fall of 1780 (Toronto, 1997).

Watt, Gavin K. The Flockey, 13 August 1777: The Defeat of the Tory Uprising in the Schoharie Valley (Bowmanville, 2002).

Watt, Gavin K. Rebellion in the Mohawk Valley: The St. Leger Expedition of 1777 (Toronto, 2002).

Weaver, Emily. "Nova Scotia and New England During the Revolution." American Historical Review, 10 (1904).

Wemple, Edward and Cox, Samuel S. Saratoga Monument: Remarks in the House of Representatives, December 4, 1884 (Albany, 1884).

Wheeler, Joseph L., and Mabel A. Wheeler. "The Mount Independence-Hubbardton 1776 Military Road." Vermont History, New Series, 27 (1959).

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

Whitfield, Faye V. "The Topography of the British Northern Interior of Defence During the Haldimand Revolutionary War Administration of Quebec, 1778-1782." PhD Dissertation, McMaster University, 1993.

Willett, William M. A Narrative of the Military Actions of Colonel Marinus Willett (New York, 1831) Reprint, 1969.

Withington, Lothrop, ed. Caleb Haskell's Diary, May 5- May 30, 1776: A Revolutionary Soldier's Record before Boston and With Arnold's Quebec Expedition (Newburyport, 1881).

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