Current As Of 10 December 1996
Connecticut Historical Society. (Hartford).
American Revolution Collection.
Wadsworth, Jeremiah. Papers.
Wolcott, Oliver. Manuscripts.
Connecticut State Library. (Hartford).
Boardman, William. Collection.
Connecticut Archives. Revolutionary War.
Fitz-Randolph, Nathaniel. Manuscripts.
Hubbard, Henrietta W. Collection.
Trumbull, Jonathan. Papers.
Trumbull, Jonathan, Jr.. Papers.
Trumbull, Joseph, [Governor]. Papers.
New Haven Colony Historical Society. (New Haven).
4th Connecticut Regiment Paybook. [September-October 1782.]
United States Army Military History Institute. (Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania).
9th Connecticut Regiment Orderly Book. [21 February-11
Anonymous. "Colonel John Franklin." Bradford County Historical Society Annual, 3 (1909), pp. 51-66.
Barber, Daniel. The History of My Own Time. 3 vols. Washington and Frederick, Md.: Ustick, Poe, 1827-1832.
-----. "Rev. D. Barber's Account of His Service in the Army of 1775-6." Historical Magazine, 1st Ser., 7 (March 1863), pp. 83-88.
Bates, Albert C., editor. "Rolls and Lists of Connecticut Men in the Revolution 1775-1783." Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, 8 (1901).
Bill, Ledyard, editor. "Roll of Capt. Nathaniel Webb's Co., In the Fourth Connecticut Regiment--Revolutionary War--Col. John Durkee, Commanding." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 22 (July 1868), pp. 281-282.
Boardman, Benjamin. "Diary of Benjamin Boardman." Edited by Charles J. Hoadley. Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 27 (May 1892), pp. 400-413 [2d Ser., Vol 7].
Bostwick, Elisha. "A Connecticut Soldier Under Washington: Elisha Bostwick's Memoirs of the First Years of the Revolution." Edited by William S. Powell. William and Mary Quarterly, 3d Ser., 6 (January 1949), pp. 94-107.
Bowen, Joanne Vickie. "A Study of Seasonality and Substance: Eighteenth Century Suffield, Connecticut." Ph.D. Dissertation, Brown University, 1990.
Brown, Ralph Adams. "Colonel Experience Storrs, Connecticut Farmer and Patriot." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 19 (October 1954), pp. 118-121.
Buel, Richard, Jr. Dear Liberty: Connecticut's Mobilization for the Revolutionary War. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 1980.
Buxton, Antha C. "Sketches of Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Middletown Springs, Vermont." Magazine of History, 16 (January 1913), pp. 16-23.
Campbell, Maria. Revolutionary Services and Civil Life of William Hull; prepared from his manuscripts, by his daughter, Mrs. Maria Campbell: Together with the History of the Campaign of 1812, and Surrender of the Post of Detroit, by his grandson, James Freeman Clarke. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1848.
Chittenden, Abraham. Orderly Book of Lieut. Abraham Chittenden Adj't. 7th Conn. Reg't. August 16, 1776 to September 29, 1776. Hartford: Privately printed, 1922.
Clark, A. H. A Complete Roster of Colonel David Waterbury Jr's Regiment of Connecticut Volunteers. New York: Privately printed, 1897.
Clark, Henry Austin, editor. "A Connecticut Revolutionary Roll." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 60 (October 1906), p. 331.
Clarke, Samuel G. "William Hull." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 47 (April, July 1893), pp. 141-153, 305-314.
Cohen, Sheldon S. "The Death of Colonel Thomas Knowlton." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 30 (April 1965), pp. 50-57.
Collier, Christopher. Connecticut in the Continental Congress. Chester: Pequot Press, 1973.
Connecticut Historical Society. "Orderly Books and Journals Kept by Connecticut Men while Taking Part in the American Revolution." Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, 7 (1899).
-----. "Lists and Returns of Connecticut Men in the Revolution 1775-1783." Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, 12 (1909).
Cropsey, Joyce Mackenzie, compiler. Register of Revolutionary Soldiers and Patriots buried in Litchfield County. Canaan, N.H.: Phoenix Publishing, 1976.
Cross, Urieh. "Narrative of Urieh Cross In the Revolutionary War." Edited by Earle Williams Newton. Vermont Quarterly, n.s., 15 (July 1947), pp. 177-187.
Cummin, Katherine Hewitt. Connecticut Militia General: Gold Selleck Silliman. Hartford: American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of Connecticut, 1980.
Decennial Register of the Society of the Sons of the Revolution in the State of Connecticut 1893-1913. Hartford: By the Society, 1913.
Destler, Chester M. "A Bibliography of Connecticut During the American Revolution." Connecticut History, 16 (August 1975, pp.
Douglas, William. "Letters Written During the Revolutionary War by Colonel William Douglas to His Wife Covering the Period July 19, 1775, to December 5, 1776." New-York Historical Society Quarterly Bulletin, 12 (January 1929), pp. 149-154; 13 (1929-30), pp. 37-40, 79-82, 118-122, 157-162; 14 (April 1930), pp. 38-42.
Fisher, John. "John Fisher's Reminiscences of the Revolution." Edited by H. W. Kimball. Magazine of History, 13 (April 1911), pp. 184-186.
Fitch, Asa. "Revolutionary Letters." Edited by Charles Lanman. Historical Magazine, 1st Ser., 3 (January 1959), pp. 6-8.
Fitch, Jabez. The New-York Diary of Lieutenant Jabez Fitch of the 17th (Connecticut) Regiment From August 22, 1776 to December 15, 1777. Edited by W. H. W. Sabine. New York: Privately printed, 1954.
Gay, Fisher. "Diary of Lieutenant Colonel Fisher Gay, February 2, 1776-19 February 1776." Magazine of American History, 8 (February 1882), pp. 127-129.
Grossbart, Stephen R. "The Revolutionary Transition: Politics, Religion and Economy in Eastern Connecticut, 1765-1800." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1989.
Grumman, William Edgar. The Revolutionary Soldiers of Redding, Connecticut, And The Record of Their Services; with Mention of Others who Rendered Service or Suffered Loss at the hands of the Enemy during the Struggle for Independence, 1775-1783, together with some Account of the Loyalists of the Town and Vicinity; their Organization, their Efforts and Sacrifices in Behalf of the Cause of their King, and their Ultimate Fate. Hartford: Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1904.
Hall, Charles S. Life and Letters of Samuel Holden Parsons, Major General in the Continental Army and Chief Judge of the Northwestern Territory 1737-1789. Binghamton, N.Y.: Otseningo Publishing Co., 1905.
Hanford, Levi. A Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Levi Hanford, A Soldier of the Revolution. Edited by Charles I. Bushnell. New York: Privately printed, 1863.
Hayes, John T. "The Connecticut Light Horse, 1776-1783." Military Collector and Historian, 22 (Winter 1970), pp. 109-112.
Hinman, Royal Ralph. A Historical Collection from Official Records, Files, &c., of the Part Sustained by Connecticut, during the War of the Revolution With an Appendix, Containing Important Letters, Depositions, &c., Written During the War. Hartford: E. Gleason, 1842.
Hoadley, Charles J., et al., compilers. The Public Records of the State of Connecticut. 11 vols. Hartford: Various publishers, 1894-1967.
Hollister, Josiah. Journal of Josiah Hollister. N.P.: Illinois Society Sons of the American Revolution, 1928.
Huntington, Ebenezer. Letters Written by Ebenezer Huntington During the American Revolution. New York: C. F. Heartman, 1914.
Huntington, Joshua, and Jedediah Huntington. "Huntington Papers: Correspondence of the Brothers Joshua and Jedediah Huntington During the Period of the American Revolution, 1771-1783." Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, 20 (1923).
Ifkovic, John W. Connecticut's Nationalist Revolutionary: Jonathan Trumbull, Jr. Hartford: American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of Connecticut, 1977.
Jenkins, John. "Journal of Lieut. John Jenkins." 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. 168-177.
Johnston, Henry P. "Return Jonathan Meigs: Colonel of the Connecticut Line of the Continental Army." Magazine of American History, 4 (April 1880), pp. 282-292.
-----, editor. Record of Service of Connecticut Men in the War of the Revolution, War of 1812, Mexican War. Hartford: Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co. for the Adjutant General's Office, 1889.
Krumbhaar, Anna Conyngham Stevens. "Colonel Zebulon Butler and Wyoming Valley." Connecticut Magazine, 6 (March-April 1900), pp. 143-152.
Larned, Ellen D. "A Teamster Boy in the Revolution." Connecticut Quarterly [later Connecticut Magazine], 2 (January-March 1896), pp. 50-51.
Lawson, Harvey Merrill, editor. "Revolutionary Soldiers from Tolland Co., Conn." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 59 (January 1905), pp. 21-22.
Lee, Ezra. "Sergeant Lee's Experience with Bushnell's Submarine Torpedo in 1776." Edited by Henry P. Johnston. Magazine of American History, 29 (March 1893), pp. 262-266.
Logan, Gwendolyn Evans. "The Slave in Connecticut During the American Revolution." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 30 (July 1965), pp. 73-80.
Luchowski, Linda Susan. "Sunshine Soldiers: New Haven and the American Revolution." Ph.D. Dissertation, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1976.
Marcy, Thomas Knowlton. "Captain Reuben Marcy." Connecticut Magazine, 6 (January 1900), pp. 20-24.
Martin, Joseph Plumb. Private Yankee Doodle Being a Narrative of Some of the Adventures, Dangers and Sufferings of a Revolutionary Soldier. Edited by George F. Scheer. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 19622.
Morris, James. "Memoirs of a Connecticut Patriot." Edited by Mrs. Washington Choate. Connecticut Magazine, 11 (Autumn 1907), pp. 449-455.
Norton, Ichabod. Orderly Book of Capt. Ichabod Norton of Col. Mott's Regiment of Connecticut Troops Destined for the Northern Campaign in 1776. Edited by Robert O. Bascom. Fort Edward, N.Y.: Keating & Barnard, 1898.
Patterson, D. Williams, editor. "The Troops at Wyoming." Historical Magazine, 1st Ser., 6 (August 1862), pp. 251-252.
Peters, Nathan. The Correspondence of Captain Nathan and Lois Peters, April 25, 1775-February 5, 1777. Edited by William H. Guthman. Hartford: Connecticut Historical Society, 1980.
Pierson, Abraham. "Autobiography of Abraham Pierson." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 15 (July, October 1950), pp. 17-24, 31-32; 16 (January 1951), pp. 6-7.
Richards, Josephine Ellis, editor. Honor Roll of Litchfield County Revolutionary Soldiers. Litchfield: Mary Floyd Tallmadge Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1912.
Richards, Samuel. Diary of Samuel Richards, Captain of Connecticut Line War of the Revolution 1775-1781. Philadelphia: Privately printed, 1909.
-----. "Personal Narrative of an Officer in the Revolutionary War." The United Service, 3d Ser., 4 (September, October 1903), pp. 235-261, 352-376.
Roth, David Morris. Connecticut's War Governor, Jonathan Trumbull. Chester: Pequot Press, 1974.
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Seymour, George Dudley. Documentary Life of Nathan Hale Comprising All Available Official and Private Documents Bearing on the Life of the Patriot. New Haven: Privately printed, 1941.
Spallone, Jeanne Field. A Watch to Keep. Deep River, Conn.: Deep River Historical Society, 1976.
Squier, Ephraim. "Diary of Ephraim Squier: Sergeant in the Connecticut Line of the Continental Army." Edited by Frank Squier. Magazine of American History, 2 (November 1878), pp. 685-694.
Stevens, John Austin. "Samuel Blachley Webb: Colonel in the Connecticut Line and Brevet Brigadier General in the Continental Army." Magazine of American History, 4 (June 1880), pp. 427-440.
Stone, Thomas. "The Experiences of a Prisoner in the American Revolution." Edited by Hiram Stone. Connecticut Magazine, 12 (Spring 1908), pp. 245-247.
Storrs, Experience. "Connecticut Farmers at Bunker Hill: The Diary of Colonel Experience Storrs." Edited by Wladimir Hagelin and Ralph A. Brown. New England Quarterly, 28 (March 1955), pp. 72-93.
Sumner, William Hyslop. "General William Hull." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 11 (January 1857), pp. 13-16.
Thompson, Marvin G. Connecticut Entrepreneur: Christopher Leffingwell. Hartford: American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of Connecticut, 1979.
Trumbull, Benjamin. A complete history of Connecticut, civil and ecclesiastical from the emigration of its first planters from England in MDCXXX, to MDCCCXIII. 2 vols. New Haven: Maltby, Goldsmith and Co., 1919.
Trumbull, J. Hammond, and Charles J. Hoadley, compilers. The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut. 15 vols. Hartford: Various publishers, 1850-1890.
Trumbull, Jonathan. "The Trumbull Papers." Massachusetts Historical Society Collections, 5th Ser., 9-10; 7th Ser., 2-3 (1885-1902).
Tubbs, Charles. The Wyoming Military Establishment: A History of the Twenty-Fourth Regiment of Connecticut Militia. Athens, Pa.: Privately printed, 1903.
Wagner, Frederick. Submarine Fighter of the American Revolution: The Story of David Bushnell. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1963.
Waldo, Albigence. "Dr. Albigence Waldo, Surgeon in the Continental Army." Edited by Amos Perry. Historical Magazine, 1st Ser., 5 (April, June 1861), pp. 104-107, 169-172. [Reprinted as "Valley Force, 1777-1778. Diary of Surgeon Albigence Waldo, of the Connecticut Line" in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 21 (1897), pp. 299-323.]
Waterbury, David, Jr. "Extracts from the original Order Book of Colonel David Waterbury, of Stamford, Connecticut." Magazine of American History, 12 (December 1884), pp. 555-557; 15 (December 1885), pp. 410-411.
Weaver, Glenn. Jonathan Trumbull: Connecticut's Merchant Magistrate (1710-1785). Hartford: Connecticut Historical Society, 1956.
Webb, Samuel Blachley. Correspondence and Journals of Samuel Blachley Webb. Edited by Worthington Chauncey Ford. 3 vols. New York: Privately printed, 1893-1894.
White, David O. Connecticut's Black Soldiers 1775-1783. Chester: Pequot Press, 1973.
Williams, Elisha. "Elisha Williams' Diary of 1776." Edited by W. Hyde Appleton. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 48 (1924), pp. 334-353; 49 (1925), pp. 44-60.
Woodward, Ashbel. "Col. Thomas Knowlton." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 15 (January, October 1861), pp. 1-12, 344-346.
Wyllys, George, et al. "The Wyllys Papers: Correspondence and Documents Chiefly of Descendants of Gov. George Wyllys of Connecticut 1590-1796." Edited by Albert C. Bates. Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, 21 (1924).
Zierdt, William H. Narrative History of the 109th Field Artillery Pennsylvania National Guard 1775-1930. Wilkes-Barre: Wyoming Historical and Genealogical Society, 1932.