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Anonymous. "Abraham Baldwin." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 3 (December 1919), pp. 169-173.
Avery, David. Papers. Microfilm edition prepared by the Princeton Theological Seminary and the Connecticut Historical Society. 13 reels.
Baldwin, Alice. The New England Clergy and the American Revolution. Durham: Duke University Press, 1928.
Brace, Frederick R. Brief Sketches of the New Jersey Chaplains in the Continental Army and in the State Militia during the War of Independence. Patterson: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1909.
Brinsfield, John W. "Our Roots For Ministry: The Continental Army, General Washington, And The Free Exercise of Religion." Military Chaplain's Review, November 1987, pp. 23-31.
Coulter, E. Merton. Abraham Baldwin: Patriot, Educator, and Founding Father. Arlington, Va.: Vandamere of A.B. Associates, 1987.
Emerson, Edward Waldo. "A Chaplain of the Revolution." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 55 (October 1921), pp. 8-29.
Evans, Israel. "A Thanksgiving Sermon of 1779." Magazine of History, 21 (November 1915), pp. 197-211.
Fuller, Daniel. Diary of Reverend Daniel Fuller. Edited by D. R. Appleton. New York: DeVinne Press, 1894.
Gaustad, Edwin S. Historical Atlas of Religion in America. New York: Harper and Row, 1962.
Griffin, Martin I. J. Catholics and the American Revolution. 3 vols. Philadelphia: Privately printed, 1907-1911.
Headley, Joel T. Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution. New York: C. Scribner, 1864.
Hitchcock, Enos. "Diary of Enos Hitchcock, D.D., A Chaplain in the Revolutionary Army." Edited by W. B. Weedon. Publications of the Rhode Island Historical Society, New Ser., 7 (1899), pp. 106-134, 147-194.
Honneywell, Roy J. Chaplains of the United States Army. Washington: Office of the Chief of Chaplains. 1958.
Macfee, William. "Sermon on the combat of the Duel. By the Rev. William Macfee, a Chaplain of the army. Preached at the camp at Valley-Forge, Feb. 1778." United States Magazine, 1 (October 1779), pp. 429-431.
Metzger, Charles H. "Chaplains in the American Revolution." Catholic Historical Review, 31 (April 1945), pp. 31-79.
Moore, Frank, editor. The Patriot Preachers of the American Revolution. New York: Privately printed, 1860.
Plumb, Robert J. "Chaplain of the Revolution." The Chaplain, 5 (September 1948), pp. 8-14.
-----. "Chaplain of Arnold's Expedition to Quebec." The Chaplain, 6 (July-August 1949), pp. 9-16.
Rogers, Truett. Bibles and Battle Drums. Valley Forge: Judson Press, 1976.
Rogers, William. "Journal of Rev. William Rogers, D.D." In Frederick Cook, editor, Journals of the Military Expedition of Major General John Sullivan Against the Six Nations of Indians in 1779 with Records of Centennial Celebrations (Auburn, N.Y.: Knapp, Peck & Thomson, 1887), pp. 246-265. [Also printed in Pennsylvania Archives, 2d Ser., 15 (1893), pp. 255-288.]
Sproat, James. "Extracts from the Journals of the Rev. James Sproat, Hospital Chaplain of the Middle Department, 1778." Edited by John W. Jordan. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 27 (1903), pp. 441-445.
Staples, C. A. "A Chaplain of the Revolution." Unitarian Review, 35 (April 1891), pp. 267-278.
Thorne, John Calvin. A Monograph on the Rev. Israel Evans, A.M., Chaplain in the American Army During the entire Revolutionary War, 1775-1783, the Second Settled Minister of Concord, New Hampshire 1789-1799. Concord: N.p., 1902.
Van Horne, William. "Revolutionary War Letters of Reverend William Van Horne." Edited by William E. Van Horne. Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 53 (April 1970), pp. 105-138.
White, Henry Clay. Abraham Baldwin, One of the Founders of the Republic, and Father of the University of Georgia, the First of American State Universities. [Athens, Ga.]: McGregor Co., 1926.
Williams, Eugene Franklin. "Soldiers of God: Chaplains of the Revolutionary War." Ph.D. Dissertation, Texas Christian University, 1972.