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Abernathy, Thomas Perkins. Western Lands and the American Revolution (New York,1937).

Adams, Evelyn Crady. "Philips' Fort (1780), Nolin Station." Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 58 (October 1960).

Adler, Jeanne Winston, ed. Chainbreaker’s War: A Seneca Chief Remembers the American Revolution (Hansonville, 2002).

Alberts, Robert C. Georges Rogers Clark and the Winning of the Old Northwest (Washington, 1975).

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

Almeida, Dierdre. "The Stockbridge Indian in the American Revolution." Historical Journal of Western Massachusetts, 4 (Fall 1975).

Amory, Thomas C. "Sullivan's Expedition Against the Six Nations 1779." Magazine of American History, 4 (January 1880).

Amory, Thomas C. "The Expedition under General Sullivan in 1779." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 20 (January 1883).

Armour, D.A., and K.R. Widder. At the Crossroads: Michilimackinac During the American Revolution (Mackinac Island, 1978).

Alvord, Clarence W. The Illinois Country, 1763-1818 (Chicago, 1922).

Alvord, Clarence W, ed. Kaskaskio, 1778-1790. The Virginia Series II (Springfield, 1909).

Appel, John C. "Colonel Daniel Brodhead and the Lure of Detroit." Pennsylvania History, 38 (July 1971).

Appel, John C."The Pocono Forts and the Military Movements of 1779." Pennsylvania Heritage, 8 (Summer 1982).

Augur, Leonard A. "St. Francis Through 200 Years." Vermont History, New Ser., 27 (October 1959).

Badders, Hurley E. Broken Path: the Cherokee Campaign of 1776. (Pendleton District [S.C.] Historical and Recreational Commission, 1976.)

Bakeless, John E. Background to Glory: The Life of George Rogers Clark. (Philadelphia, 1957).

Ballard, E[dward], editor. "Letters of Gen. Stark and Others Relative to Operations in Cherry Valley in 1778." Historical Magazine, 10 (June 1866).

Barnhart, John D. "A New Evaluation of Henry Hamilton and George Rogers Clark." Mississippi Valley Historical Review, 37 (March 1951).

Barnhart, John D., editor. Henry Hamilton and George Rogers Clark in the American Revolution with The Unpublished Journals of Lieut. Gov. Henry Hamilton. (Crawfordville, 1951).

Bast, Homer, "Creek Indian Affairs, 1775-1778." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 33 (March 1949).

Beardslee, G. William. "An Ostego Frontier Experience: The Gratzburg Tract, 1770-1795." New York History, 79(July, 1998).

Bleeker, Leonard. The Order Book of Captain Leonard Bleeker, Major of Brigade, In the Early Part of the Expedition Under General James Clinton Against the Indian Settlements of Western New York in the Campaign of 1779 (New York, 1865).

Boosinger, Elby A. "The Cherokee Indians in the Revolutionary War." Master's Thesis, University of Nebraska, 1951.

Boyer, Frank P. "The Klinesmith Massacre." Northumberland County Historical Society Proceedings, 12 (1942).

Brady, William Young. "Brodhead's Trail up the Allegheny, 1779." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 37 (March 1954).

Brooks, A. B. "The Story of Fort Henry." West Virginia History, 1 (January 1940).

Brown, Parker B. "The Battle of Sandusky: June 4-6, 1782." Western Pennsylvania History, 65(April, 1982).

Brown, Parker B. "'Crawford's Defeat': A Ballad." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 64 (March 1981).

Brown, Parker B. “Reconstructing Crawford's Army of 1782." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 65 (January 1982).

Brown, Parker B."The Fate of Crawford Volunteers Captured by Indians Following the Battle of Sandusky in 1782." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 65 (October 1982).

Brown, Parker B."The Search for the Colonel William Crawford Burn site: An Investigative Report." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 68 (January 1985).

Buckley, Thomas J., editor. "Attempt on Oswego, 1783." Historical Magazine, 3 (June 1859).

Butler, Richard. "The Journal of Richard Butler, 1775: Continental Congress' Envoy to the Western Indians." Edited by Edward G. Williams. Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 46 (October; 47 (January, April 1964).

Butler, Zebulon. “Correspondence of Col. Zebulon Butler, Wyoming, June-December 1778”. Proceedings and Collections of the Wyoming Historical and Geological Society, 7 (1902).

Butler, Zebulon. “Orderly Book of Col. Zebulon Butler at Wyoming, August-December 1778”. Proceedings and Collections of the Wyoming Historical and Geological Society, 7 (1902).

Butterfield, Consul Wilshire. An Historical Account of the Expedition Against Sandusky Under Colonel William Crawford in 1782 (Cincinnati, 1873).

Butterfield, Consul Wilshire. Washinton-Irvine Correspondence: The Official Letters Which Passed Between Washington and Brigadier General William Irvine and Between Irvine and Others Concerning Military Affairs in the West from 1781 to 1783... (Madison, 1882).

Butterfield, Consul Wilshire. History of George Rogers Clark's Conquest of the Illinois and the Wabash Towns, 1778 and 1779 (Columbus, 1904).

Calloway, Colin G. The American Revolution in Indian Country: Crisis and Diversity in Native American Communities (New York, 1995).

Calloway, Colin G. "'We Have Always Been the Frontier': The American Revolution in Shawnee Country." American Indian Quarterly, 16 (Winter 1992).

Donald Campbell, William W. The Border Warfare of New York During the American Revolution; or Annals of Tryon County. (New York, 1849.)

Cashion, Jerry C. "North Carolina and the Cherokee: The Quest for Land on the Eve of the American Revolution, 1754-1776." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1979.

Caughey, John. "Willing's Expedition down the Mississippi, 1778." Louisiana Historical Quarterly, 15 (January 1932).

Chaput,. "Treason or Loyalty? Frontier French in the American Revolution." Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, 71 (November 1978).

Clark, George Rogers. Colonel George Rogers Clark's Sketch of His Campaign in the Illinois in 1777-1779 (Cincinnati, 1869).

Clark, George Rogers. Major Bowman's Journal of the Taking of Post St Vincents (Cincinnati, 1869).

Clark, George Rogers. George Rogers Clark Papers 1771-1783. Edited by James Alton James. 2 vols. Springfield: Illinois State Historical Library, 1912-1926. [Volumes 8 and 19 of the Collections of the Illinois State Historical Library (Volumes 3 and 4 of the "Virginia Series").]

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

Clement, Charles M. "Fort Augusta and its Part in the Sullivan Expedition." Northumberland County Historical Society Proceedings, 5 (1933).

Cook, Frederick, ed. Journals of the Military Expedition of Major John Sullivan against the Six Nations of Indians in 1779 (Auburn, 1887).

Craft, David. "The Expedition of Col. Thomas Hartley Against the Indians in 1778, to avenge the Massacre of Wyoming." Proceedings and Collections of the Wyoming Historical and Geological Society, 9 (1905).

[Dain, John]. "Attack on Cherry-Valley." Edited by Edward Ballard. Historical Magazine, 2d Ser., 5 (April 1869).

Darlington, Mary Carlson, editor. Fort Pitt and Letters from the Frontier. (Pittsburgh,.1892).

Davis, Andrew McFarland, editor. "Account of the Wyoming Massacre of 1778." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 23 (October 1887) [2d Ser., Vol. 3.]

Davis, Andrew McFarland. "The Employment of Indian Auxiliaries in the American War." English Historical Review, 2 (October 1887).

Davis, Curtis Carroll. "Helping to Hold the Fort, Elizabeth Zane at Wheeling, 1782: A Case Study in Renown." West Virginia History, 44 (Spring 1983).

Dendy, John Oliver."Frederick Haldimand and the Defense of Canada, 1778-1784." Ph.D. Dissertation, Duke University, 1972.

DePeyster, J. Watts. "Oriskany." Magazine of American History, 2 (January, 1878).

DePeyster, John Watts. Oriskany, 6th August 1777, the Decisive Collision of the American Revolution (New York, 1878).

Derleth, August William. Vincennes: Portal to the West (Englewood Cliffs, 1968).

Doddridge, Joseph. Notes on the Settlement and Indian Wars of the Western Parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania, 1763-1783 (Albany, 1876).

Donnelly, Ralph W. "George Rogers Clark's Row Galley Miami: Virginia Marines in the Ohio Valley, 1782." Virginia Cavalcade, 27 (Winter 1978).

Doty, Lockwood R. "The Massacre at Groveland." Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association, 11 (April 1930).

Downes, Randolph C. "Cherokee-American Relations in the Upper Tennessee Valley 1776-1791." East Tennessee Historical Society Publications, 8 (1936).

Downes, Randolph C. "George Morgan, Indian Agent Extraordinary, 1776-1779." Pennsylvania History, 1 (October 1934).

Downes, Randolph C. "Indian War on the Upper Ohio, 1779-1782." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 17 (June 1934).

Dunkelberger, George F. "The Stock Family Massacre." Northumberland County Historical Society Proceedings, 11 (1939).

Dunn, Walter S., Jr. "The Frontier on the Eve of the Revolution." Niagara Frontier, 20 (Winter 1973).

Dunnigan, Brian Leigh. "Fort Mackinac: A Revolutionary War Post in Michigan." Military Collector and Historian

Eckert, Allan W. Twilight of Empire: A Narrative (Boston, 1998).

Edson, Obed. "Brodhead's Expedition Against the Indians of the Upper Allegheny 1779." Magazine of American History, 3 (November 1879).

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

English, William H. The Conquest of the Country Northwest of the River Ohio, 1778-1783 (Ann Arbor, 1971).

Fee, Walter R. "Colonel George Morgan at Fort Pitt." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 11 (October 1938).

Fischer, Joseph R. A Well-Executed Failure: The Sullivan Campaign Against the Iroquois, July-September 1779 (Columbia, 1997).

Flick, Alexander C. "The Sullivan-Clinton Campaign in 1779." Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, New Ser., 15 (January 1930).

Flick, A.C. "New Sources on the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign in 1779." New York State Historical Association Quarterly Journal, 10 (July, 1929), and 10 (October, 1929).

Flint, Timothy, Indian Wars of the West: Containing Biographical Sketches of those Pioneers Who Headed Western Settlers in Repelling the Attacks of the Savages (Cincinnati, 1833).

Folts, James D., Jr. "The Sullivan Campaign: A Bibliography." University of Rochester Bulletin, 32 (Winter 1979).

Fogg, Jeremiah. Journal of Jeremiah Fogg During the Expedition of General Sullivan Against the Western Indians (Exeter, 1879).

Foote, Alan D. Liberty March: The Battle of Oriskany (Utica, 1998).

Frantz, John B., and William Pencak. The American Revolution in the Pennsylvania Hinterland (University Park, 1998).

Fraser, Kathryn M. "Fort Jefferson: George Rogers Clark's Fort at the Mouth of the Ohio River, 1780-1781." Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 81 (Winter 1983).

Ganyard, Robert L. "Threat from the West: North Carolina and the Cherokee, 1776-1778." North Carolina Historical Review, 45 (January 1968).

Gerlach, Don R. "Philip Schuyler and the New York Frontier in 1781." New-York Historical Society Quarterly, 53 (April 1969).

Gilmore, James. The Rear Guard of the Revolution (New York, 1886).

Goodnough, David. The Cherry Valley Massacre, November 11, 1778: The Frontier Atrocity that Shocked a Young Nation (New York, 1968).

Goodnough, David. Tories and Iroquois Indians Attack Fort Alden, An Outpost Guarding the Approach to the Mohawk Valley (New York, 1968).

Gore, Obadiah, Jr. The Revolutionary War Diary of Lieut. Obadiah Gore, Jr. Edited by R. W. G. Vail. (New York, 1929).

Graham, Louise E. "Fort McIntosh." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 15 (May 1932).

Grant, Thomas. "Gen. Sullivan's Expedition to the Genessee Country, 1779: A Jurnal of Janaral Sullivan's Army, after they left Wyoming." Historical Magazine, 6 (August-September 1862).

Griffis, William Elliot. "Sullivan's Great March Into the Indian Country." Magazine of History, 2 (1905); 3 (1906).

Guzzardo, John C. "The Superintendant and the Ministers: The Battle for Oneida Allegiances, 1761-75." New York History, 57 (July 1976).

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

Hand, Edward. "Correspondence of General Edward Hand of the Continental Line, 1779-1781." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 33 (1909).

Harding, Garrick M. The Sullivan Road (WilkesBarre, 1899).

Harrison, Lowell Hayes. George Rogers Clark and the War in the West (Lexington, 1976).

Havighurst, Walter. George Rogers Clark, Soldier in the West (New York, 1952).

Hayden, Horace Edwin. A Brief Sketch of Captain Joseph Davis and Lieutenant William Jones of the Pennsylvania Line Who Were Slain by the Indians at Lauel Run, Pa, April 23, 1779 (WilkesBarre, 1897).

Hayden, Horace E. Major John Garrett, Slain July 3, 1778: A Forgotten Hero of the Massacre of Wyoming Pennsylvania (WilkesBarre, 1895).

Hayden, Horace Edwin. "Echoes of the Massacre of Wyoming." Proceedings and Collections of the Wyoming Historical and Geological Society, 7 (1902); 12 (1911-1912)..

Hayden, Horace Edwin. "Oliver Pollock: His Connection With the Conquest of Illinois, 1778." Magazine of American History, 22 (November 1889).

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 Which Were Supposed to Have a Connection with Arnold's Treason (New York, 1866).

Hubley, Adam, Jr. "Adam Hubley, Jr., Ct. Col. Comdt. 11th Penna. Regt., His Journal, Commencing at Wyoming, July 30th, 1779." Edited by John W. Jordan. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 33 (1909).

Huden, John C., ed. "Frontier Dangers, 1781-1784." Vermont History, New Series, 27 (October, 1959).

Hulbert, Archer B. Military Roads of the Mississippi Basin: The Conquest of the Old Northwest (Cleveland, 1904).

Indiana Historical Society. The French, The Indians, and George Rogers Clark in the Illinois Country: Proceedings of an Indiana American Revolution Bicentennial Symposium. (Indianapolis, 1977).

Irvine, W. A., editor. "Affairs at Fort Pitt in 1782." Historical Magazine, 7 (October 1863).

Irvine, W. A., editor. "Expedition of the Pennsylvania Frontiersmen Against the Ohio Indians, in 1782." Historical Magazine, 3d Ser., 1 (April 1873).

James, James A. "Pittsburgh a Key to the West During the American Revolution." Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly, 22 (January 1913).

James, James A. "To What Extent Was George Rogers Clark in Military Control of the Northwest at the Close of the American Revolution?" American Historical Association Annual Report for 1917.

James, James A. The Life of George Rogers Clark. (Chicago, 1928).

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

Kellogg, Louise T. The British Regime in Wisconsin and the Northwest (New York, 1971).

Kellogg, Louise Phelps, editor. Frontier Advance on the Upper Ohio, 1778-1779. (Madison, 1916).

Kellogg, Louise Phelps, editor. Frontier Retreat on the Upper Ohio, 1779-1781. (Madison, 1917).

Kentucky Federal Writers Project, Works Progress Administration. Military History of Kentucky. Frankfort: State Journal, 1939.

Kinnaird, Lawrence. "The Spanish Expedition Against Fort St. Joseph in 1781, A New Interpretation." Mississippi Valley Historical Review, 19 (September 1932).

Kirtland, Samuel. "Journal of the Reverend Samuel Kirtland, Missionary Among the Oneidas." Historical Magazine, 2nd Series, 3 (January, 1868).

Lafferty, Maude Ward. "Destruction of Ruddle's and Martin's Forts in the Revolutionary War." Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 54 (October 1956).

Laub, C. Herbert. "The Problem of Armed Invasion of the Northwest during the American Revolution." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 42 (January-April 1934).

Lenoir, William. "Revolutionary Diary of William Lenoir." Edited by J. D. de Roulhac Hamilton. Journal of Southern History, 6 (May 1940).

Little, Mrs. William S. "The Massacre of Cherry Valley." Publication Fund Series, Rochester Historical Society, 6 (1927).

Lobdell, Jared C., ed. Indian Warfare in Western Pennsylvania and North West Virginia in the Time of the American Revolution (Bowie, 1992).

Lydekker, John Wolfe. The Faithful Mohawks. (Cambridge, 1938).

Mancall, Peter C. "The Revolutionary War and the Indians of the Upper Susquehanna Valley." American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 12 (1988).

Mandell, Daniel. "'To Live More Like My Christian English Neighbors': Natick Indians in the Eighteenth Century." William and Mary Quarterly, 3d Ser., 48 (October 1991).

Massay, Glenn F. "Fort Henry in the American Revolution." West Virginia History, 24 (April 1963).

Mathews, Alfred. Ohio and Her Western Reserve: With a Story of Three States Leading to the Latter, from Connecticut, by Way of Wyoming, Its Indian Wars and Massacre (New York, 1902).

Mathews, Hazel M. Frontier Spies: The British Secret Service, Northern Department, During the Revolutionary War (Fort Myers, 1971).

McAdams, Donald R. "The Sullivan Expedition: Success or Failure?" New-York Historical Society Quarterly, 54 (January 1970).

McDermott, John F. "The Battle of St. Louis, 25 May 1780." Missouri Historical Society Bulletin, 36 (April 1980).

McKone, Frank E. Gen Sullivan: New Hampshire Patriot (New York, 1977).

Miner, Charles. History of Wyoming... (Philadelphia, 1845).

Murray, Louise Welles. 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, 1903).

Myers, Wilbur A., editor. Book of the Sesquicentennial Celebration of the Battle of Wyoming, July 1st-4th, 1928. (Wilkes-Barre, 1928).

Nasatir, A. P. "The Anglo-Spanish Frontier in the Illinois Country during the American Revolution." Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, 21 (October 1928).

Nelson, Peter. "Learned's Expedition to the Relief of Fort Stanwix." New York State Historical Association, Quarterly Journal, 9 (October, 1928).

New York Division of Archives and History. The Sullivan-Clinton Campaign in 1779. Chronology and Selected Documents. (Albany,1929).

Norona, Delf. "A Forgotten Account of the Sieges of Fort Henry." West Virginia History, 8 (April 1947).

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Notestein, Wallace. "The Western Indians in the Revolution." Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly, 16 (July 1907).

O'Donnell, James H., III. Southern Indians in the American Revolution. (Knoxville, 1972).

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

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Ousterhout, Anne M. "Frontier Vengeance: Connecticut Yankees vs Pennamites in the Wyoming Valley. "Pennsylvania History, 62(Summer, 1995).

Pastore, Ralph T. "Congress and the Six Nations, 1775-1778." Niagara Frontier, 20 (Winter 1973).

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Patterson, John Gerald. "Ebenezer Zane, Frontiersman." West Virginia History, 12 (October 1950).

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Stevens, Paul. "Wabasha Visits Governor Carlton, 1776: New Light on a Legendary Episode of Dakota-British Diplomacy on the Great Lakes Frontier." Michigan Historical Review, 16 (Spring 1990).

Stone, Rufus B. "Brodhead's Raid on the Senecas: The Story of a Little Known Expedition in 1779 From Fort Pitt to Destroy the Indian Villages on the Upper Allegheny." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 7 (April 1924).

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Waller, George M. "George Rogers Clark and the American Revolution in the West." Indiana Magazine of History, 72 (March 1976).

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