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Massachusetts Historical Society. (Boston).
Heath, William. Papers.
Knox, Henry. Papers.
Lincoln, Benjamin. Papers.
Lovell, Solomon. Papers.
Palmer, Joseph. Papers.
Pickering, Timothy. Papers.
Sullivan, John. Letterbooks.
Thomas, John. Papers.
Ward, Artemas. Papers.
Archambault, Alan H., and Marko Zlatich. "4th Massachusetts Regiment of the Continental Line, Battalion Companies, 1782-1783." Military Collector and Historian, 39 (Spring 1987), p. 31.
Bangs, Isaac. Journal of Lieutenant Isaac Bangs, April 1 to July 29, 1776. Edited by Edward Bangs. Cambridge, Mass.: John Wilson and Son, 1890. [Extract published in Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, 8 (May 1858), pp. 120-125.
Bates, Samuel A. Soldiers Who Served in the Revolution From the Town of Braintree. South Braintree: Frank A. Bates, 1898.
Baxter, James Phinney, editor. Documentary History of the State of Maine. 20 vols. Portland: Lefavor-Tower Co., 1910-1914. [Maine Historical Society Collections, 2d Ser.]
Baylies, Francis. "Some Remarks on the Life and Character of Gen. David Cobb." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 18 (January 1864), pp. 5-17.
Billias, George Athan. General John Glover and His Marblehead Mariners. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1960.
-----. "Beverly's Seacoast Defenses During the Revolutionary War." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 94 (April 1958), pp. 119-131.
Bixby, Samuel. "Diary of Samuel Bixby." Edited by Richard Frothingham. Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 14 (March 1876), pp. 285-298.
Blake, Francis E., editor. "James Barrett's Returns of Men Mustered into Service, 1777-1778." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 50 (January, October 1896), pp. 15-19, 468-482.
-----, editor. "Muster Roll of Capt. Thomas Cartwright's Company, 1777." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 50 (April 1896), pp. 209-210.
Brennan, Ellen E. Plural Office-Holding inn Massachusetts 1760-1780. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1945.
Brooke, John L. "The Quiet of the People: Revolutionary Settlements and Civil Unrest in Western Massachusetts, 1774-1789." William and Mary Quarterly, 3d Ser., 46 (July 1989), pp. 425-462.
Brooks, Charles. "Memoir of John Brooks, Governor of Massachusetts." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 19 (July 1865), pp. 194-200.
Brooks, John. "A Revolutionary Letter of John Brooks." Edited by Barbara Adams Blundell. Essex Institute Historical Collections, 112 (April 1976), pp. 140-148.
Brown, Simeon. "Orderly Book of Capt. Simeon Brown, Colonel Wade's Regiment, Rhode Island Campaign, 1778." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 58 (July 1922), pp. 245-261.
Bryant, H. W. D., editor. "Waltham Revolutionary Army Papers." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 14 (April 1860), pp. 175-176.
Buxton, Antha C. "Sketches of Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Middletown Spring, Vermont." Magazine of History, 16 (January 1913), pp. 16-23.
Cary, John. Joseph Warren: Physician, Politician, Patriot. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1961.
Cass, Alfred, editor. "A Revolutionary Roll." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 60 (January 1906), p. 44.
Chamberlain, George Walton, compiler. "Revolutionary Soldiers of York County, Maine." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 65 (1911), pp. 76-82, 107-115, 254-265, 333-342.
Chandler, Abiel. "Revolutionary Journal Kept by Abiel Chandler of Andover, from December 2, 1776 until April 1, 1777, During Service on the North River, New York." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 47 (April 1911), pp. 181-186.
Clap, Caleb. "Diary of Ensign Caleb Clap, of Colonel Baldwin's Regiment, Massachusetts Line, Continental Army, March 29 Until October 23, 1776." Historical Magazine, 3d Ser., 3 (March 1874; April 1875), pp. 133-138, 247-251.
Clark, Lyman. "A Private's Diary of the Siege of Boston and the Canada Campaign, 1775-76." Edited by T. D. Seymour Bassett and J. Robert Maguire. New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 137 (April 1983), pp. 114-125.
Crafts, Benjamin. "Craft's Journal of the Siege of Boston." Edited by Samuel P. Fowler. Essex Institute Historical Collections, 3 (1861), pp. 51-57, 133-140.
Cross, Ralph. "The Journal of Ralph Cross, of Newburyport, Who Commanded the Essex Regiment, at the Surrender of Burgoyne, in 1777." Edited by Joseph Williamson. Historical Magazine, 2d Ser., 7 (January 1870), pp. 8-12.
Cutler, Manasseh. Life, Journals and Correspondence. 2 vols. Cincinnati: Robert Clarke and Co., 1888.
Dean, John Ward. "Gen. Henry Jackson." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 46 (April 1892), pp. 111-114.
Dodge, Abraham. "Orderly Book Kept by Capt. Abraham Dodge of Ipswich, January 1, 1776 to August 1, 1776." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 80 (1944), pp. 37-53, 111-130, 208-228, 368-384; 81 (1945), pp. 87-94, 152-175.
Drake, Francis S. "Field-Officers of the Massachusetts Continental Line of the Revolutionary Army." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 25 (April 1871), pp. 187-190.
Eddy, Zacheriah. "Capt. Joshua Eddy." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 8 (July 1854), pp. 201-206.
Egleston, Thomas. Biographical Notice of Major Azariah Egleston of the Revolutionary Army. New York: J. J. Little & Co., 1892.
Farnsworth, Amos. Diary Kept by Lieut. Amos Farnsworth of Groton, Mass., During a Part of the Revolutionary War, April, 1775-May, 1779. [Edited by Samuel A. Green.] Cambridge, Mass.: John Wilson, 1898. [Originally published in Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 32 (January 1898), pp. 74-107.]
Fellows, George E., et al. Maine at Valley Forge: Proceedings at the Unveiling of the Maine Marker October 17, 1907; Also Roll of Maine Men at Valley Forge. 2d Edition. Augusta: Burleigh & Flynt, 1910.
Fisher, Elijah. Elijah Fisher's Journal While in the War for Independence and Continued Two Years After He Came to Maine, 1775-1784. Edited by William B. Lapham. Augusta: Badger and Manley, 1880.
Fisher, Horace N. "The Embattled Farmers." Magazine of History, 10 (October 1909), pp. 207-212.
Gardiner, F. A. Glover's Marblehead Regiment in the War of the Revolution. Salem: Salem Press Co., n.d.
Gilbert, Benjamin. Winding Down: The Revolutionary War Letters of Lieutenant Benjamin Gilbert of Massachusetts, 1780-1783. Edited by John Shy. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1989.
Gill, Eliza M. "Muster Roll of Capt. Joseph Pray's Company." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 54 (January 1900), pp. 98-101.
Ginsberg, Arlen Ira. "Ipswich, Massachusetts During the American Revolution, 1763-1791." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California at Riverside, 1972.
Glover, John. "General John Glover's Letterbook." Edited by Russell W. Knight. Essex Institute Historical Collections, 112 (January 1976), pp. 1-55.
Goodwin, John. "Military Journal Kept in 1777, during the Rhode Island Expedition, by John Goodwin of Marblehead, Mass., First Lieutenant in Capt. Nathaniel Lindsey's Company in Col. Timothy Pickering's Regiment." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 45 (July 1909), pp. 205-221.
Goold, Nathan. History of Colonel Edmund Phinney's 31st Regiment of Foot Eight Months's Service Men. Portland, Me.: Thurston Print, 1896.
----. History of Colonel Edmund Phinney's 18th Continental Regiment Twelve Months' Service in 1776 with Complete Muster Rolls of the Companies. Portland, Me.: Thurston Print, 1898.
----. History of Colonel Jonathan Mitchell's Cumberland County Regiment Bagaduce Expedition, 1779. Portland, Me.: Thurston Print, 1899.
----. Colonel James Scamman's 30th Regiment of Foot 1775; Also Captain Johnson Moulton's Company. Portland, Me.: Thurston Print, 1900.
Gordon, George A. "Colonel Job Cushing." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 49 (April 1895), pp. 143-145.
Goss, Elbridge Henry. The Life of Colonel Paul Revere. 2 vols. Boston: J. G. Cupples, 1891.
Green, Samuel Abbott. "Colonel William Prescott; and Groton Soldiers at the Battle of Bunker Hill." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 43 (November 1909), pp. 92-96.
Gross, Robert A. The Minutemen and Their World. New York: Hill and Wang, 1976.
Guild, Edward P. "Hugh Maxwell, Patriot and Soldier of the Revolution." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 45 (January 1891), pp. 38-41.
Hale, Richard W., Jr. "The American Revolution in Western Massachusetts." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 129 (October 1975), pp. 325-334.
Hall, Charles W., editor. Regiments and Armories of Massachusetts; An Historical Narration of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, with Portraits and Biographies of Officers Past and Present. 2 vols. Boston: W. W. Potter Co., 1899-1901.
Hambrick-Stowe, Charles E., and Donna D. Smerlas, editors. Massachusetts Militia Companies and Officers in the Lexington Alarm. N.P.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1976.
Hammond, F. S., editor. "A List of Revolutionary Soldiers." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 58 (July 1904), pp. 235-237.
Haskins, David G., editor. "Names of Capt. John Haskins's Company of Militia--1773." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 27 (January 1873), pp. 56-58.
Hawes, Samuel. "The Journal of Samuel Hawes." Edited by Richard Brigham Johnson. New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 130 (July, October 1976), pp. 208-219, 273-283; 131 (January 1977), pp. 40-50.
Henshaw, William. The orderly book of Colonel William Henshaw, of the American army, April 20-September 26, 1775. Boston: A. Williams, 1881. [Originally published in Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 15 (October 1876), pp. 75-160.]
-----. The orderly books of Col. William Henshaw, October 1, 1775, through October 3, 1776, reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 1947. Worcester: American Antiquarian Society, 1948.
Hill, Edward B., editor. "Muster Roll of Capt. John King's Company, August 1, 1775." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 49 (July 1895), pp. 206-207.
House, Charles A., compiler. Names of Soldiers of the American Revolution Who Applied for State Bounty under Resolves of March 17, 1835, March 24, 1836 and March 20, 1836, as appears of Record in Land Office. Augusta: Burleigh & Flynt, 1893.
How, David. Diary of David How, a Private in Colonel Paul Dudley Sargent's Regiment of the Massachusetts Line in the Army of the American Revolution. Edited by Henry B. Dawson. Morrisania, N.Y.: Privately printed, 1865.
Ingalls, Phineas. "Revolutionary War Journal, Kept by Phineas Ingalls of Andover, Mass., April 19, 1775-December 8, 1776." Edited by M. V. B. Perley. Essex Institute Historical Collections, 53 (January 1917), pp. 81-92.
Jameson, E[phraim] O[rcutt]. Military History of Medway, Mass. 1745-1885. Providence: J. A. & R. A. Reid, 1886.
Jenkins, Lawrence Waters, compiler. "Service of Men from North Reading, Mass." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 109 (July 1955), pp. 208-215.
Jenks, Henry F., and William S. Appleton. "The Bedford Flag." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 22 (December 1885; January 1886), pp. 165-167, 199-200. [2d Ser., Vol. 2.]
Jones-Baker, Doris W. "Colonel Elisha Jones of Weston and the Crisis of Colonial Government in Massachusetts, 1773-6." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of London, 1979.
Kimball, Helen F., editor. "Roll of Ipswich, Mass., Minute Men, 1775." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 56 (January 1902), pp. 83-84.
Kimball, James, editor. "Orderly Book of the Regiment of Artillery Raised for the Defense of the Town of Boston." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 13 (1875-1876), pp. 115-134, 237-252; 14 (1877), pp. 60-76, 110-128, 188-211.
Lincoln, Frederick W., Jr. "Second Company of Massachusetts Artillery, 1779." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 18 (July 1864), pp. 261-262.
Lincoln, Rufus. The Papers of Captain Rufus Lincoln of Wareham, Mass. Edited by James Minor Lincoln. N.P.: Privately printed, 1904.
Lincoln, William, editor. The Journals of Each Provincial Congress of Massachusetts in 1774 and 1775, and of the Committee of Safety. Boston: Dutton and Wentworth, 1838.
Lovell, Albert A. Worcester in the War of the Revolution: Embracing the Acts of the Town from 1765 to 1783 Inclusive. Worcester: Tyler & Seagrove, 1876.
Lunt, Paul. "Paul Lunt's Book, Newburyport, May 10, 1775[-December 23, 1775]: A Journal of Travels From Newburyport to Cambridge and in the Camp." Edited by George Lunt. Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 12 (February 1872), pp. 192-206.
Lynch, Patricia. "The Impact of the Revolution on Local Government: Concord, Gloucester, and Pittsfield, 1763-1789." Ph.D. Dissertation, Louisiana State University, 1978.
McBarron, H. Charles, Jr., and Frederick P. Todd. "4th Massachusetts Regiment, Continental Line, 1781-1782." Military Collector and Historian, 1 (December 1949), pp. 3-4.
-----, and -----. "Glover's Marblehead or Marine Regiment (14th Continental Infantry), 1775-1776." Military Collector and Historian, 5 (March 1953), p. 13.
McKendry, William. "Copy of the Journal of William McKendry, a Lieutenant in the Army of the Revolution and an Original Member of the Society of the Cincinnati of Massachusetts, who died at Canton, Massachusetts, A.D. 1798." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 22 (May 1886), pp. 422-478. [2d Ser., vol. 2.] [Extract reprinted 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. 198-212.]
[Mann, Herman]. The Female Review: Life of Deborah Sampson; the female soldier in the War of the Revolution. Edited by John Adams Vinton. Boston: J. K. Wiggin & W. Parsons Lunt, 1866. [Originally published as The Female Review; or, Memoirs of an American Young Lady .... Dedham: Nathaniel and Benjamin Heaton, 1797.]
Massachusetts. First Corps of Cadets. The One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Foundation of the First Corps of Cadets, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. Boston: N. Sawyer & Son, 1892.
-----. Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War; A Compilation from the Archives. 17 vols. Boston: Wright & Potter, 1896.
Maxwell, Thompson. "The Command at the Battle of Bunker Hill, As Shown in the Statement of Major Thompson Maxwell." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 22 (January 1868), pp. 57-59.
May, Samuel. "Col. Joseph May, 1760-1841." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 27 (April 1873), pp. 113-121.
Merrick, Samuel Fisk. "Medicine in the Canadian Campaign of the Revolutionary War: The Journal of Doctor Samuel Fisk Merrick." Edited by David B. Davis. Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 44 (September-October 1970), pp. 461-473.
Miller, Frank Burton, compiler. Soldiers and sailors of the plantation of Lower St. Georges, Maine, who served in the war for American Independence. Rockland, Me.: Privately printed, 1931.
Mountfort, George. "Muster Roll of Concord Minutemen." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 19 (January 1865), pp. 44-45.
Nash, Gilbert. "Sketch of General Solomon Lovell." Weymouth Historical Society Collections, 1 (1881), pp. 19-92.
Nellis, Eric G. "The Working Poor of Pre-Revolutionary Boston." Historical Journal of Massachusetts, 17 (Summer 1989), pp. 137-159.
Nobles, Gregory H. "Politics and Society in Hampshire County, Massachusetts, 1740-1775: The Rural West on the Eve of Revolution." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Michigan, 1979.
-----. "The Rise of Merchants in Rural Market Towns: A Case Study of Eighteenth-Century Northampton, Massachusetts." Journal of Social History, 24 (Fall 1990), pp. 5-23.
Norcross, Grenville H., editor. "Muster Roll of Capt. Thomas Willington's Company, 1778." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 45 (October 1891), pp. 280-282.
Northend, William D., editor. "Letters of Capt. Thomas Mighill, of Rowley, Mass." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 30 (July 1876), pp. 301-303.
Norton, George. "Revolutionary Diary Kept by George Norton of Ipswich, 1777-1778." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 74 (October 1938), pp. 337-349.
Norwood, William Frederick. "Deborah Sampson, Alias Robert Shirtliff, Fighting Female of the Continental Line." Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 31 (March-April 1957), pp. 147-161.
Nourse, Henry S. The Military Annals of Lancaster Massachusetts. 1740-1865. Including Lists of Soldiers Serving in the Colonial and Revolutionary Wars for the Lancastrian Towns: Berlin, Bolton, Harvard, Leominster and Sterling. Lancaster: W. J. Coulter, 1889.
Noyes, John. "Letters Written During the Revolution by Capt. John Noyes of Newbury." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 45 (January 1909), pp. 77-86.
Page, Samuel. "Journal of Capt. Samuel Page, in the Campaign of 1779, With Notes." Edited by Samuel P. Fowler. Essex Institute Historical Collections, 4 (December 1862), pp. 241-249; 5 (February 1863), pp. 1-9.
Patterson, Stephen E. Political Parties in Revolutionary Massachusetts. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1973.
Perry, Amos. "Col. John Jones of Dedham and His Paternal Ancestors in America." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 44 (April 1890), pp. 158-167.
Peters, Nathan. The Correspondence of Captain Nathan and Lois Peters April 25, 1775-February 5, 1776. Edited by William H. Guthman. Hartford: Connecticut Historical Society, 1980.
Pickering, Timothy. "Revolutionary Letters Written by Col. Timothy Pickering." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 39 (July 1903), pp. 314-316.
Pomeroy, Seth. The Journals and Papers of Seth Pomeroy; Sometime General in the Colonial Service. Edited by Louis Effingham de Forest. New York: Society of Colonial Wars in the State of New York, 1926.
Porter, Elisha. "Diary of Colonel Elisha Porter of Hadley, Massachusetts. Touching His March to the Relief of the continental Forces Before Quebec, 1776." Edited by Appleton Morgan. Magazine of American History, 30 (September 1893), pp. 185-206.
Porter, Joseph W. "Gen. David Cobb of Gouldsborough, Maine." Collections and Proceedings of the Maine Historical Society, 2d Ser., 6 (1895), pp. 1-6.
Preble, George Henry. "Brigadier General Jedediah Preble--1707-1784." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 22 (October 1868), pp. 404-419.
Putnam, Enoch. "Orderly Book of Capt. Enoch Putnam of Danvers, 1776." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 67 (1931), pp. 49-64, 119-136.
Putnam, Jeremiah. "Revolutionary Orderly Book of Capt. Jeremiah Putnam of Danvers, Mass., In the Rhode Island Campaign, 10 July 1779-December 19, 1779." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 46 (October 1910), pp. 333-347; 47 (January 1911), pp. 41-62.
Reade, Philip. "Massachusetts at Valley Forge." Magazine of History, 20 (1915), pp. 14-18, 126-133, 265-276.
-----, editor. Dedication Exercises at the Massachusetts Military Monument Valley Forge, Pa., erected by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Saturday, 18 November 1911 in Grateful Memory of the Officers and Men from Massachusetts who served there Between 19th Dec., 1777, and 19th June, 1778 also List of Officers in Massachusetts Organizations in the Revolutionary War and List of Officers in Massachusetts Organizations who Served at Valley Forge. Boston: Wright & Potter Printing Co., 1912.
"Record of the Boston Committee of Correspondence, Inspection and Safety, May to Nov. 1776." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 30 (July, October 1876), pp. 380-389, 441-444; 31 (January, July 1877), pp. 31-33, 290-294; 32 (January 1878), pp. 44-48; 33 (January 1879), pp. 23-25; 34 (January, April, July 1880), pp. 14-20, 167-170, 251-253.
Roberts, Oliver Ayer. History of the Military Company of the Massachusetts now called the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts 1637-1888. 4 vols. Boston: Alfred Mudge, 1895-1901.
Safford, Moses Atwood. "General William Whipple." Collections and Proceedings of the Maine Historical Society, 2d Ser., 6 (1895), pp. 337-357.
Sanderson, Howard Kendall. Lynn in the Revolution. 2 vols. Boston: W. B. Clarke Co., 1909.
Sewall, Henry. "Diary of Captain Henry Sewall, of the Army of the Revolution, 1776-1783." Historical Magazine, 2d Ser., 10 (August 1871), pp. 128-137. [Reprinted in Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, 11 (September 1963), pp. 75-92.]
-----. "Capt. Henry Sewall." Edited by S. L. Boardman. Historical Magazine, 2d Ser., 2 (July 1867), pp. 6-8.
Shaw, Samuel Savage, editor. "Correspondence of Samuel Adams and Samuel Phillips Savage, 1776-85." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 43 (February 1910), pp. 327-336.
Sheldon, George, editor. "A List of the mens Names in Capt. Paul Brigham Company, and the Services don in this Presen War Sence April ye 19th, 1775 [sic]." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 27 (July 1873), pp. 286-289.
Sherman, Sylvia J., editor. Dubros Times: Selected Depositions of Maine Revolutionary War Veterans. Augusta: Maine State Archives, 1975.
Shute, Daniel. "The Journal of Dr. Daniel Shute, Surgeon in the Revolution, 1781-1782." Edited by Mrs. Elno A. Carter. New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 84 (October 1930), pp. 383-389.
Slocum, Joshua. An Authentic Narrative of the Life of Joshua Slocum: Containing a Succinct Account of His Revolutionary Services. Edited by John Slocum. Hartford: Privately printed, 1844.
Smith, J. A. "General Rufus Putnam's House in Rutland." Magazine of American History, 20 (October 1888), pp. 327-328.
Smith, Jonathan. "Two William Scotts of Peterborough, N.H." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 44 (March 1911), pp. 495-502.
-----. "How Massachusetts Raised Her Troops in the Revolution." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 55 (June 1922), pp. 345-370.
Starbuck, Alexander. "Nantucket in the Revolution." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 28 (July, October 1874), pp. 272-278, 436-442; 29 (January, April 1875), pp. 48-53, 141-145.
Stickley, Julia Ward. "The Records of Deborah Sampson Gannett, Woman Soldier of the Revolution." Prologue, 4 (Winter 1972), pp. 233-241.
Stone, Enos. "Capt. Enos Stone's Journal." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 15 (October 1861), pp. 299-304.
Styles, Kenneth. "Captain James Sever, The Fourth Post Captain in the U.S. Navy." Military Collector and Historian, 31 (Winter 1979), pp. 153-154.
Tagney, Ronald N. The World Turned Upside Down: Essex County During America's Turbulent Years, 1763-1790. West Newbury: Essex County History, 1987.
Taylor, Alan. Liberty Men and Great Proprietory: The Revolutionary Settlement on the Maine Frontier, 1760-1820. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1990.
Taylor, Robert J. Western Massachusetts in the American Revolution. Providence: Brown University Press, 1954.
Todd, Frederick P. "18th Continental Regiment, 1776." Military Collector and Historian, 6 (December 1954), p. 97.
Tomlinson, Abraham, compiler. The Military Journals of Two Private Soldiers, 1758-1775 .... Poughkeepsie: Abraham Tomlinson, 1855.
Varnum, Joseph B. "Autobiography of General Joseph B. Varnum; From the Original Manuscript, Dictated by General Varnum in 1819, Recently Discovered and Never Before Published." Edited by James M. Varnum. Magazine of American History, 20 (November 1888), pp. 405-414.
Vose, Joseph. Journal of Lieutenant--Colonel Joseph Vose April-July 1776. Edited by Henry Winchester Cunningham. Cambridge, Mass.: John Wilson and Son, 1905.
Wade, F. H., editor. "Ipswich Minute Men." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 14 (October 1877), pp. 237-240.
Wade, Herbert T. "Nathaniel Wade and His Ipswich Minute Men." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 89 (July 1953), pp. 213-252.
----. "Colonel Wade and the Massachusetts State Troops in Rhode Island--1777-78." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 89 (October 1953), pp. 357-375.
----. "The Massachusetts Brigade on the Hudson, 1780: Nathaniel Wade at West Point." Essex Institute Historical Collections, 90 (January, March 1954), pp. 84-99, 167-190.
Ward, Andrew H., editor. "Copy of a Commission to Captain David Henshaw of Leicester, and of the Company Roll of His Command." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 18 (January 1864), pp. 77-78.
Waters, Henry F., editor. "Brookfield Minute-Men, 1774." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 29 (January 1875), p. 107.
Watertown, Massachusetts. Watertown's Military History. Authorized by a Vote of the Inhabitants of the Town of Watertown, Massachusetts. Boston: David Clapp & Son, 1907.
Webb, Anne Baxter. "On the Eve of Revolution: Northampton, Massachusetts, 1750-1775." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1976.
Weis, Frederick L. "Asa Whitcomb, a Stirling Patriot." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 67 (1941-1944), pp. 111-127.
Willcox, E. S. "Capt. William Meacham at Bunker Hill." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 49 (April 1895), pp. 203-205.
Zlatich, Marko. "Uniform of a Captain, 15th Continental Infantry Regiment, 1776." Military Collector and Historian, 27 (Summer 1975), pp. 85-87.