Current As Of 10 December 1996
Abbatt, William. The Battle of Pell's Point (or Pelham), October 18, 1776. Being the Story of a Stubborn Fight. New York: William Abbatt, 1901.
-----. The Attack on Youngs' House (or Four Corners) February 3, 1780; An Episode of the Neutral Ground. Tarrytown: W. Abbatt, 1926.
Adams, Charles F. "The Battle of Long Island." American Historical Review, 1 (July 1896), pp. 650-670.
Allbee, Burton H. "The Memory of Fort Lee." Magazine of History, 6 (September 1907), pp. 175-181.
Anonymous. "An Account of the Attempt of the Enemy to surprise the Post at Elizabethtown, New-Jersey." United States Magazine, 1 (March 1779), pp. 141-143.
Armstrong, William Clinton. The Battles in the Jerseys and the Significance of Each. [Newark]: New Jersey Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, 1916.
Atlee, Samuel John. "Col. Atlee's Journal of the Battle of Long Island, August 26, 1776." Pennsylvania Archives, 2d Ser., 1 (1879), pp. 509-516.
Babcock, H. G., editor. The Great Chain: The Original Copies of the Bills for the work of obstructing the navigation of the Hudson River near West Point 1777 and 1778 under the direction of Capt. Thomas Machin, Engineer. Little Falls, N.Y.: Privately printed, 1891.
Barck, Oscar Theodore. New York City During the War For Independence with Special Reference to the Period of British Occupation. New York: Columbia University Press, 1931.
Billias, George A. "Pelham Bay: A Forgotten Battle." New-York Historical Society Quarterly, 42 (January 1958), pp. 20-38.
Bliven, Bruce, Jr. Battle for Manhattan. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1955.
-----. Under the Guns. New York: 1775-1776. New York: Harper & Row, 1972.
Bogert, Frederick W. "Sir Henry Raids a 'Hen Roost.'" New Jersey History, 98 (Fall-Winter 1980), pp. 223-233.
Bolton, Reginald Pelham. Fort Washington. New York: Empire State Society, 1902.
Boynton, Edward C. History of West Point and Its Military Importance During the American Revolution; and the Origin and Progress of the United States Military Academy. New York: D. Van Nostrand, 1863.
Cadwalader, Lambert. "Letter of Lambert Cadwalader to Timothy Pickering on the Capture of Fort Washington." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 25 (1901), pp. 259-262.
Calderhead, William L. "British Naval Failure at Long Island: A Lost Opportunity in the American Revolution." New York History, 57 (July 1976), pp. 321-338.
Calver, William L. "The Summer Work of the Field Exploration Committee. 'Connecticut Village' Located." New-York Historical Society Quarterly, 4 (October 1920), pp. 71-73.
------. "The Lost Fort on Constitution Island." New-York Historical Society Quarterly, 7 (January 1924), pp. 103-116.
Campbell, Charles A. "Peekskill Village in the Revolutionary War." Magazine of American History, 8 (May 1882), pp. 331-335.
Clark, Donald F., editor. Fort Montgomery and Fort Clinton: Several Contemporary Accounts of the Battle, Monday, 6 October 1777. Fort Montgomery, N.Y.: Town of Highlands, 1952.
Clarke, Samuel C., editor. "Capture of Stony Point, July, 1779 by Major William Hull." Magazine of American History, 28 (September 1892), pp. 182-185.
Collier, George. "'To My Inexpressible Astonishment': Admiral Sir George Collier's Observations on the Battle of Long Island." Edited by Louis L. Tucker. New-York Historical Society Quarterly, 48 (October 1964), pp. 293-306.
Coxe, Macgrane. The Sterling Furnace and the West Point Chain. New York: Privately printed, 1906.
Dawson, Henry B., editor. "Selections from Portfolios in Various Libraries." Historical Magazine, 2d Ser., 2 (September 1867), pp. 151-154.
-----, editor. "The Battle of Springfield, N.J." Historical Magazine, 2d Ser., 8 (July 1870), pp. 55-56.
DeLancey, Edward Floyd. The Capture of Mount Washington November 16th, 1776, the Result of Treason. New York: New-York Historical Society, 1877.
-----. "Mount Washington and Its Capture on the 16th of November, 1776." Magazine of American History, 1 (February 1877), pp. 65-90.
De Voe, Thomas F. "The Massacre of the Stockbridge Indians, 1778." Magazine of American History, 5 (September 1880), pp. 187-195.
Diamant, Lincoln. "First Blood for the Infantry--1776." Military Affairs, 15 (Spring 1951), pp. 16-24.
Dornfest, Walter T. "British, Hessian and Provincial Troops at Paulus Hook, 18th-19th August, 1779." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 45 (Winter 1967), pp. 177-182.
Doughty, Joshua, Jr. "Washington's March from Princeton to Morristown." Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, New Ser., 5 (October 1920), pp. 240-246.
Emmet, Thomas Addis. "The Battle of Harlem Heights." Magazine of History, 4 (September 1906), pp. 125-134.
Field, Thomas W. The Battle of Long Island, with Connected Preceding Events, and the Subsequent American Retreat. Brooklyn: Long Island Historical Society, 1869. [Memoirs of the Long Island Historical Society, 2 (1869).]
-----, editor. "Recollections of Incidents Of The Revolution Of The Colonies Occurring In Brooklyn Collated From The Manuscripts and Conversations of General Jeremiah Johnson." Journal of Long Island History, 12 (September 1976), pp. 5-21.
Fish, Nicholas. "The Military Occupation of New York, By the British, September, 1776." Edited by Hamilton Fish. Historical Magazine, 2d Ser., 3 (January 1868), pp. 33-34.
Fithian, Philip Vickers. Journal, 1775-1776, Written on the Virginia-Pennsylvania Frontier and in the Army Around New York. Edited by Robert Greenhalgh Albion and Leonidas Dodson. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1934.
Fleming, Thomas. The Forgotten Victory: The Battle for New Jersey--1780 . New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1973.
-----. The Battle of Springfield. Trenton: New Jersey Historical Commission, 1975.
Gordon, Cosmo, defendant. The Trial of the Honorable Colonel Cosmo Gordon of the 3rd regiment of the Foot Guards for Neglect of Duty Before the Enemy on the 23rd of June, 1780, near Springfield in the Jerseys. London: G. Harlow, 1783.
Haagensen, Alice Munro. "The Blockhouse Defending Dobbs Ferry in Rockland." South of the Mountains, 19 (October-December 1975), pp. 10-18.
-----. "Washington's Forgotten Blockhouse, Dobbs Ferry on The West Side of The Hudson." North Jersey Highlander, 17 (Spring 1981), pp. 3-30.
Hadaway, William S. "The 'Grand Army' of 1778 in Westchester County." Westchester County Historical Society Bulletin, 9 (July 1933), pp. 49-59.
-----. "Young's Four Corners." Westchester County Historical Society Bulletin, 10 (October 1934), pp. 71-82.
Hamilton, Mary Schuyler. "Elmsford and the Neutral Ground." Westchester County Historical Society Bulletin, 10 (July, October 1934), pp. 51-56, 83-90.
Hempstead, Stephen. "Attempt to Burn the British Frigates in the North River, in July, 1776." Historical Magazine, Supplement 3 (1866), pp. 84-86.
Holst, Donald W. "Portrait of the Battle of Princeton." Military Collector and Historian, 37 (Fall 1985), pp. 145-152.
Horner, William M., Jr. "The Obstructions of the Hudson River During the Revolution." The American Collector, 2 (April 1926), pp. 436-445.
Irvine, William, editor. "Letters of Gen. Irvine to His Family." Historical Magazine, 7 (March 1863), pp. 81-83.
Jacobsen, E. L., editor. "General George Clinton at Fort Montgomery." Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association, 12 (April 1931), pp. 165-171.
Johnston, Henry P. Campaign of 1776 Around New York and Brooklyn Including a New and Circumstantial Account of the Battle of Long Island and the Loss of New York, with a Review of events to the Close of the Year. Brooklyn: Long Island Historical Society, 1876.
Jones, Thomas. History of New York During the Revolutionary War, and of The Leading Events in the Other Colonies at that Period, by Thomas Jones, Justice of the Supreme Court of the Province. Edited by Edward Floyd DeLancey. 2 vols. New York: New-York Historical Society, 1870.
Katcher, Philip. "'They Behaved Like Soldiers': The Third Virginia Regiment at Harlem Heights." Virginia Cavalcade, 26 (Autumn 1976), pp. 64-70.
Kemp, Franklin W. "A Nest of Rebel Pirates". Egg Harbor City, N.J.: Laureate Press, 1966.
Kiefer, W. R., editor. Stony Point Illustrated. New York: Z. R. Bennett, 1888.
Koke, Richard J. "Forcing the Hudson River Passage, October 9, 1776." New-York Historical Society Quarterly, 36 (October 1952), pp. 459-466.
Kwasny, Mark V. "Partisan War in the Middle States: The Militia and the American War Effort Around the British Stronghold of New York City, 1775-1783." Ph.D. Dissertation, Ohio State University, 1989.
Lamb, Martha J. "Historic Houses and Landmarks: Their Significance and Present Condition." Magazine of American History, 21 (1889), pp. 1-23, 177-207; 22 (1889), pp. 177-203.
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Lobdell, Jared C. "Hopperstown, April 16, 1780: A Note." New Jersey History, 88 (Spring 1970), pp. 43-48.
-----, editor. "Action at Hopperstown, April 15, 1780." Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, 80 (October 1962), pp. 261-266.
Manders, Eric I. "Notes on Troop Units in the New York Garrison, 1775-1776." Military Collector and Historian, 25 (Spring 1973), pp. 18-21.
Maxwell, William. "The Battle of Springfield." Historical Magazine, 3 (July 1858), p. 211.
Mellick, Andrew D., Jr. "Revolutionary Houses in New Jersey." Magazine of American History, 20 (October 1888), pp. 325-327.
Miller, Kenneth C. "Defending the Highlands in the Revolutionary War." Year Book Dutchess County Historical Society, 49 (1964), pp. 36-38.
Monell, John James. Washington's Head-Quarters, Newburgh, N.Y., and Adjacent Localities. Newburgh: Ruttenber, 1872.
Nash, Willis G. "The Burning of Kingston." Proceedings of the Ulster County Historical Society for 1933-1934, pp. 51-60.
Palmer, Dave Richard. The River and the Rock: The History of Fortress West Point, 1775-1783. New York: Greenwood Publishing Co., 1969.
Paltsits, Victor H. "The Jeopardy of Washington, September 15, 1776." New-York Historical Society Quarterly, 32 (October 1948), pp. 253-268.
Pennypacker, Samuel W. "The Capture of Stony Point." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 26 (1902), pp. 360-369.
Pleasants, Samuel A. "Incidents at New Bridge." Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, 76 (July 1958), pp. 201-212.
Pratt, George W. An Account of the British Expedition above the Highlands of the Hudson River, and of the Events Connected with the Burning of Kingston in 1777. Albany: Munsell & Rowland, 1861.
Putnam, Israel. General Orders Issued by Major-General Israel Putnam, When in Command of the Highlands, In the Summer and Fall of 1777. Edited by Worthington C. Ford. Brooklyn: Historical Printing Club, 1893.
Riker, James. Evacuation Day 1783, Its Many Stirring Events: with Recollections of Capt. John Van Arsdale. New York: Privately printed, 1883.
Roosevelt, Franklin D., editor. "Events on Hudson's River in 1777, As Recorded by British Officers in Contemporary Reports." Dutchess County Historical Society Yearbook, 20 (1935).
Rose, Kenneth. "A Brief Account of the History of the Fortifications at Sidman's Bridge, Ramapo, New York, during the American Revolution." Orange County [New York] Historical Society Journal, 18 (November 1989), pp. 34-42.
Ruttenber, E. M. Obstructions to the Navigation of Hudson's River. Albany: Munsell, 1860.
Schaukirk, Ewald Gustav. Occupation of New York City by the British. Edited by A. A. Reinke. New York: Arno Press, 1969.
Sheffield, Merle G. The Fort That Never Was: A discussion of the revolutionary War fortifications built on Constitution Island, 1775-1783. West Point: Constitution Island Association, 1969.
Simms, W. Gilmore, editor. "Revolutionary Letters." Historical Magazine, 2 (November 1858), pp. 321-324.
Sklarsky, I. W. The Revolution's Boldest Venture: The Story of 'Mad Anthony' Wayne's Assault on Stony Point. Port Washington, N.Y.: Kennikat Press, 1965.
Smith, Samuel S. Winter at Morristown, 1779-1780: The Darkest Hour. Monmouth Beach, N.J.: Philip Freneau Press, 1979.
Smith, William. Historical Memoirs of William Smith, Historian of the Province of New York; Member of the Governor's Council and Last Chief Justice of that Province Under the Crown; Chief Justice of Quebec. Edited by William H. W. Sabine. 2 vols. New York: Privately printed, 1958.
Smith, Wilson Cary. "The Roger Morris House: Washington's Headquarters Harlem Heights." Magazine of American History, 6 (February 1881), pp. 89-106.
-----. "The Miller House: Washington's Headquarters at the White Plains." Magazine of American History, 7 (August 1881), pp. 108-118.
Stevens, John Austin. "The Operations of the Allied Armies Before New York, 1781." Magazine of American History, 4 (January 1880), pp. 1-45.
Stowe, Gerald C., and Jac Weller. "Revolutionary West Point: 'The Key to the Continent." Military Affairs, 19 (Summer 1955), pp. 81-98.
Stryker, William S. The Affair at Egg Harbor, New Jersey, October 15, 1778. Trenton: Naar, Day & Naar, 1894.
Ten Broeck, Cornelius, and Peter Ten Broeck. "News From Camp: Letters Received by Cornelius Ten Broeck of Rocky Hill, New Jersey, from his Sons Cornelius and Peter Serving in the Continental Army, 1779-1780." Edited by George C. Beekman. Magazine of American History, 2 (March 1878), pp. 168-175.
Thomas, Frederick, defendant. The Trial of Lt. Colonel Thomas of the 1st Regiment of Foot Guards on a Charge Exhibited by Lt. Colonel Cosmo Gordon for Aspersing His Character by Accusing Him of Neglect of duty before the Enemy, as Commanding Officer of the First Battalion of Guards, on the 23rd of June, 1780, near Springfield in the Jerseys. London: J. Ridley, 1781.
Thomas, William S. "Revolutionary Camps of the Hudson Highlands." Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association, 2 (July 1921), pp. 1-45.
Wall, John Patrick. When the British Held New Brunswick; or, Six Months with the Revolutionary Armies in New Jersey. [New Brunswick]: Home News Print, 1904.
Winfield, Charles H. "The Affair at Block-House Point, 1780." Magazine of American History, 5 (September 1880), pp. 161-186.
Wright, Robert K., Jr. "Too Little, Too Late: The Campaign of 1777 in the Hudson Highlands." Master's Thesis, College of William and Mary, 1971.