Ronald F. Kingsley
Archaeological Research Project Files, ca. 1986-2014

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Quantity: 34 boxes (11.5 cubic ft.)
Access: Open to research
Acquisition: Gift: Ronald F. Kingsley, January 2016
Processed By: Claire Robertson, Student Assistant,  State University of New York at Albany for Manuscripts and Special Collections Unit, June-September 2016

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Biographical Note:

Dr. Ronald F. Kingsley received a degree in biology and chemistry from Middlebury College (Vermont) in 1954. After two years at New York Medical College, he transferred to Syracuse University in 1958, where he obtained a master’s degree in psychology. The following year he was awarded a Ph.D. in education from Syracuse University’s School of Education. His professional career began at Kent State University where he taught in the education department from 1963 to 1990. During this time, he continued his education, receiving a dual master’s degree in anthropology/archaeology and American history/American studies.  In particular, his research interests were settlement and development of colonial North America; military history during the French and Indian War and American Revolution.  From 1998 to 2014, he served as an adjunct professor at Schenectady County Community College in Schenectady, New York.  Currently he volunteers as an archaeological site manager in Rotterdam, New York. 

Between 1986 and 2014, Kingsley studied General John Burgoyne’s campaign in 1777 at Fort Ticonderoga-Mount Independence with an emphasis on the Hessian troops enlisted to fight in the American Revolutionary War. This research, titled the German Auxiliaries Project, looked at archaeological evidence, examined military documents, analyzed the topography of the area, interviewed local property owners, and examined objects in collections to trace the encampment and movements of the German troops. His conclusions were published in such journals as the Journal of Vermont Archaeology, New York History and the Journal of the Johannes Schwalm Historical Association.

Scope and Content Note:

The materials in this collection were donated by Dr. Ronald F. Kingsley to the New York State Library during the winter of 2016.  The German Auxiliary Project, conducted by Dr. Kingsley, spans the years 1986-2014. This collection is broken down into twenty one series, many of which were titled by Dr. Kingsley himself and have been preserved so as to avoid organizational confusion. The materials found in the files are not originals, but rather photocopies.  It is for this reason that the date ranges correspond to the timeline of the German Auxiliaries Project rather than the dates appearing on the photocopies.    

Series 1 contains bound volumes that serve as records of transactions through the active years of the project. All chronological correspondence, artifact records, maps, and the like are contained in these boxes. 

Series 2 and 3 contain general preparations for the closing of the project; much of this deals with the property owners of the work sites investigated by Dr. Kingsley and his team. 

Series 4 and 5 consist of photographs and slides representing historical sites and military campaigns and provide a visual documentation of the German Auxiliaries Project; a large number of these photographs and slides pertain to the documentation of artifacts found. 

Series 6 consists of bound volumes of supporting documents used throughout the German Auxiliaries Project.

Series 7 and Series 16 contain information on weapons, uniforms, and equipment used by soldiers during the Revolutionary War. Series 7 focuses on the Hessian troops, while Series 16 focuses on general weapons and equipment.

Series 8, the Kingsley-titled “Shelf Site” folder on Bridport Township, contains information on the individuals who lived in Bridport (Addison County, Vermont) during the eighteenth century.  Kingsley created this subsection of his Bridport research because he had stumbled across individuals he deemed important to the shaping of Bridport as a significant township.

Series 9 through Series 12 contain research that is dually focused on the French and Native American populations in the mid-eighteenth century. 

Series 13 and 21 contain maps used by Kingsley and his team. They include topographical and physical maps, focusing on Fort Ticonderoga and surrounding regions in New York, territories in Vermont, and maps of early roads and townships. 

Series 14 contains annotated articles on various subjects. 

Series 15 contains research on the Hessian-related skirmishes that pre-date the Revolutionary War and include journal entries and articles illustrating daily life during these skirmishes. 

Series 17 is a Kingsley-titled “Military Storage and Docks of the 18th Century” folder. Within this series are copies of correspondence regarding military operations and details of storehouses at the forts in question. 

Series 18 through Series 20 are a bibliography of primary and secondary sources related to the German Auxiliaries Project.

Related Collections:

The Special Collections and Archives department of Kent State University Library holds a series of papers related to archaeological research projects conducted by Ronald F. Kingsley from about 1986 to 2002 on early settlement and industrial development in the Western Reserve region in northeast Ohio.

Series Outline and Description:

Series Description and Container Lists:
Series 1: German Auxiliaries Project Research (bound volumes) – Boxes 1-7
Series 2: Preparations for Closing of German Auxiliaries Project – Box 8
Series 3: Property Owners – Box 8
Series 4: Photographs, ca. 1988-2002 – Boxes 9-10
Series 5: Historical and Military Campaign Slides, 1989-2004 – Boxes 10-11
Series 6: Supporting Documents (bound volumes) – Boxes 12-14
Series 7: Eighteenth-Century German Uniforms and Equipment – Box 15
Series 8: Bridport Township (Vermont) “Shelf Site” Research – Box 15
Series 9: Delaware People Research – Box 16
Series 10: French Settlement Research – Box 16
Series 11: French and Indian War – Box 17
Series 12: Micmac Pipe Research – Box 17
Series 13: German Auxiliaries Project Maps – Boxes 18-19
Series 14: Annotated Articles – Boxes 20-21
Series 15: Crown Point Skirmish Documents – Box 21
Series 16: Weapons and Equipment Articles – Boxes 21-22
Series 17: Military Storage and Docks of the Eighteenth Century – Box 22
Series 18: German Auxiliaries Project: Bibliography – Boxes 22-23
Series 19: “Alphabetized Primary Articles” – Boxes 23-27
Series 20: “Alphabetized Secondary Articles” – Boxes 27-33
Series 21: German Auxiliaries Project Maps – Box 34 and EL1

Container Lists:

Series 1: German Auxiliaries Project Research (bound volumes)

These volumes contain documentation from the beginning of the German Auxiliary Project (GAP) to its conclusion.  The majority of the material is correspondence between Dr. Ronald Kingsley and colleagues planning the scope of the GAP or discussing possible origins of artifacts. Also included are permissions signed by Dr. Kingsley and participating property owners. The last volumes, Appendices A-E, provide documentation of the materials involved in the project.  Digital copies of all files are available on a compact disc in the inside of the back cover of each appendix. 

Box Volume Description
    German Auxiliaries Project (GAP) – Transactions
1 1 1987-1990, section 1
1 2 1987-1990, section 2
1 3 1987-1990, section 3
1 4 1991-1992, section 1
1 5 1991-1992, section 2
    German Auxiliaries Project (GAP) & Other Research – Transactions
2 1 1993, section 1
2 2 1993, section 2
2 3 1994, section 1
2 4 1994, section 2
2 5 1994, section 3
2 6 1995, section 1
3 1 1995, section 2
3 2 1996, section 1
3 3 1996, section 2
3 4 1996, section 3
    German Auxiliaries Project (GAP) – Log, Field Notes, and Artifact Inventory
3 5 1997, section 1
3 6 1997, section 2
3 7 1998, section 1
4 1 1998, section 2
    German Auxiliaries Project (GAP) – Transactions
4 2 1999, section 1
4 3 1999, section 2
4 4 2000, section 1
    German Auxiliaries Project (GAP) – Field Notes
4 5 2000, section 2
    German Auxiliaries Project (GAP) – Transactions
4 6 2001, section 1
5 1 2001, section 2
5 2 2002, section 1
    German Auxiliaries Project (GAP) & Other Research – Transactions
5 3 2003, section 1
5 4 2003, section 2
5 5 2004, section 1
6 1 2004, section 2
6 2 2005, section 1
6 3 2006, section 1
    German Auxiliaries Project (GAP) – Study and Property Reports
6 4 June 2012, section 1
6 5 June 2012, section 2
    German Auxiliaries Project (GAP) – Appendices
7 1 A, June 2012
7 2 B, June 2012
7 3 C & D, June 2012
7 4 E, June 2012

Series 2: Preparations for Closing of German Auxiliaries Project

This series contains information related to the closing of the German Auxiliaries Project.  All of the permissions that Dr. Kingsley required for use of artifacts found while excavating are present, along with corresponding property reports.  Kingsley’s correspondence with property owners and representatives from the Henry Sheldon Museum are enclosed. There are topographical and physical maps of the regions explored and survey studies.  Miscellaneous documents are also included in this group as they provide historical background.

Box Folder Description
8 1 Inventory of Property Owners, 2011
8 2 Physical Maps of Crown Point, Bridport, Orwell, and Ticonderoga, n.d.
8 3 Information on Ronald Kingsley, 2010
    Correspondence for GAP, 2010-2012
8 4 2010-2012
8 5 2011
8 6 2011
8 7 2011
8 8 2011
8 9 Property Reports, 1993-2001
    Permissions and Returns for GAP & French Settlements
8 10 1987-1994
8 11 1997-2010
8 12 Audet Property, 1994
8 13 Miscellaneous Documents, 1959-1987
8 14 Miscellaneous Documents, 1995, n.d.

Series 3: Property Owners

These series contains folders made up of property owner information.  The regions are labeled with the name of the individual on whose property artifacts were found. Included are maps of the archaeological sites and surrounding areas, release forms signed by each donor of the objects found, photographs of artifacts with descriptions, and a brief written description of the dig site and artifacts found. The archaeologist’s comments are found in this section.

Box Folder Description
    East Creek Region
8 15 NE Side, Flaherty, 2011
8 16 SW Side, Kernan, 2011
8 17 SW Side, Peck, 2011
    Other Adjacent Region
8 18 Torrey-Douglas, 2011
8 19 Lawton, 2011
    Shoreline Region
8 20 N Side, Pyle, 2011
    Hands Cove Region
8 21 Rader Jr. & Sr., 2011
    Larrabee Point Region
8 22 Hall,  2011
8 23 Hall, 2011
    Basin Harbor Region
8 24 Rowe, 2011
8 25 Telgen, 2011

Series 4: Photographs, ca. 1988-2002

This series consists of photographs of the artifacts found at the various excavation sites: Hands Cove Region, Shoreline Region, East Creek Region, Larrabee Point Region, Basin Harbor Region, or Other Adjacent Region.  Each folder is labeled with corresponding dig sites numbers. 

Box Folder Description
    Hands Cove Region (HCR)  Middlebury, Vermont, 1988-1996
9 1 956
1025
9 2 1017W
1017R
9 3 945
194
9 4 1024
762
9 5 Aerial photos of Hands Cove, Vermont
    Shoreline Region (SLR) Shoreham, Vermont, 1991-1997
9 6 766
767
768
9 7 764F
764S
9 8 764B
765
9 9 958
969
    East Creek Region (ECR) Orwell, Vermont, 1992-2000
9 10 772L
9 11 300
960
9 12 769
759
9 13 772
909
942
9 14 958
955
1101
9 15 1102 B
1102 C
1102 D
1102 P
1102 R
1102 S
9 16 771T
771C
9 17 949
950
951
9 18 968
947
9 19 905
9 20 970
943
    East Creek Region (ECR) Southwest Side, Orwell, Vermont,  1992-2002
9 21 948 [1 of 2]
9 22 948 [2 of 2]
9 23 761A
761B
9 24 761C
761
9 25 961
907
9 26 74B
908
940
9 27 74
971
972
9 28 939B
939F
941
972
    Larrabee Point Region (LPR), Shoreham, Vermont, 1987-1996
9 29 714 [1 of 2]
9 30 714 [2 of 2]
X
9 31 428
9 32 429 [1 of 2]
9 33 429 [2 of 2]
10 1 763
952
10 2 759
712
737
760
10 3 Larrabee Point  Burleigh House , 1999
10 4 Larrabee Point and Fort Ticonderoga, n.d.
    Basin Harbor Region (BHR), Addison County, Vermont, 1994-1998
10 5 966
1129
1026
10 6 886
906
    Other Adjacent Region (OAR), Shoreham and Bridport, Vermont, 1993-2001
10 7 781
900
901
897
903
10 8 896
899
X
1131
1130

Series 5: Historical and Military Campaign Slides, 1989-2004

The first half of these slides focuses on the historical background of Fort Ticonderoga, with an emphasis on the geographical surroundings. Extensive documentation of artifacts discovered on the dig sites are juxtaposed to the dig sites themselves. The second section of these slides, more than half of the collection, is dedicated to military campaigns.

Box Folder Description
    Historical Slides
10 9 1989-1993
10 10 1994-1996
10 11 1997-1998
10 12 1999
10 13 2000
10 14 2001
10 15 2002
10 16 2003
10 17 2004
    Military Campaign Slides
10 18 1988-1989
10 19 1990
10 20 1991
10 21 1992
11 1 1993
11 2 1994
11 3 1995 [1 of 2]
11 4 1995 [2 of 2]
11 5 1996
11 6 1997 [1 of 5]
11 7 1997 [2 of 5]
11 8 1997 [3 of 5]
11 9 1997 [4 of 5]
11 10 1997 [5 of 5]
11 11 1998 [1 of 3]
11 12 1998 [2 of 3]
11 13 1998 [3 of 3]

Series 6: Supporting Documents (bound volumes)

Series 6 consists of bound copies of the documents used in the research of this project.  All volumes are compiled based on subject matter.  Each section in the bound volumes is separated by a labeled divider.  It should be noted that the documents authored by Bruce B. Sterling are not bound, but are in a folder, which is denoted by an “F” instead of a volume number. 

Box Volume Description
    Resources and References to Research on Rev. War Settlers in the Crown-Point-Ticonderoga (NY &VT) on Lake Champlain
12 1 Section 1
12 2 Section 2
12 3 Excerpt from E.B. O’Callagham’s Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York (1856) Related to Upstate New York: Vols. VII & VIII
12 4 Vermont and Canadian Documents Related to Colonial Period in Vermont
12 5 Calendar of NY Colonial Manuscripts, Land Papers, Essex NY & Addison County VT, 1643-1803
12 6 Excerpts from Sources on Upstate NY. County Histories
    Selected 18th C. Land Grants in NY & VT, Lake Champlain- George Region
13 1 Section 1
13 2 Section 2
    Crown Point Township, Essex County, NY. Shoreline Survey, 1988-1989
13 3 Section 1
13 4 Section 2
13 5 Topo Sections, 18th Century Military Maps (GAP), Land Grants: Crown Point, Ticonderoga Townships (NY) and Bridport, Shoreham and Orwell Townships (VT)
    Report on Lapstone Point, Sites A & B, Crown Point Township, Essex County, NY, 2002
13 6 2002
13 7 2002 (copy)
14 1 Section 1
14 2 Section 2
14 3 Puts Creek, Crown Point, NY Lake Champlain Upper Region British Advanced Outpost
14 4 PVHS Proceedings of the Vermont Historical Society, 1938: Vol. VI, No. 3
14 F Sterling, Bruce B. “The Flat Site: An Eighteenth-Century Skirmish Line?” n.p. n.d.
14 5 P. Humphrey. 1996-98. Research Notes. 1759 Crown Point Road, TI Branch CPR. R. Kingsley. 2010. Basin Harbor Rd. Research
14 6 Information & Notes on 18th C. Vermont Sites in Bridport Township, Addison County
14 7 Crown Point and Ticonderoga, Essex County, NY: 18th and 19th C. History, Documents & Associated Maps

Series 7: Eighteenth-Century German Uniforms and Equipment

The articles in this series pertain to eighteenth-century German uniforms and equipment, centering on the design and manufacture of German uniforms but there also is material on German weapons.  Included are copies of paintings by Charles MacKubin Lefferts and articles from journals describing life in the Hessian army.

Box Folder Description
15 1 Knotel, Richard. “Braunschweiger in Canada.” The History of Military Dress as Supplement to its “Lore on Uniforms,” No. 8, 1897.
15 2 Charles MacKubin Lefferts, 1923
15 3 Sprague, Richard Kimball. “German Muskets Used in American Revolution” The American Rifleman, 1953, pp. 35-37, 88-90.
15 4 Blakemore, M.J. and J.B. Harley. “Concepts in the History of Cartography: A Review and Perspective.” Cartographica, Vol. 17, No. 4, 1980, pp. 54-75.
15 5 Rogers, Burlyn. A Treatise Upon the Dietary Habits and Such Means of Food Preparation, Distribution and Consumption within the German Battalion. n.p., 1986.
15 6 The Ducal Braunschweig Troops, 1999 Weinmeister Jr., Oscar K. “The Hessian Grenadier Battalions in North America, 1776-1783.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 27, No. 4, 1975, pp. 149-152
15 7 Hessen-Hanau Erbprinz Infantry Regiment, n.d.-1999
15 8 Riling, Joseph R. Baron von Steuben and His Regulations. Ray Riling Arms Books Co., 1966. Sartorius, Carl August (2nd Lieut). “Journal of the Hessen-Hanau Erbprinz Infantry Regiment.” Journal of the Johannes Schwalm Historical Association, Vol. 6, No. 3, 1999, pp. 26-35.
15 9 Theofold, Phillip (Chaplain). “Journal of the Hessen-Hanau Erbprinz Infantry Regiment.” Journal of the Johannes Schwalm Historical Association, Vol. 7, No. 1, 2001, pp. 40-42.
15 10 British Foot Regiments, n.d.
15 11 Tailor Work and German Uniform Information, n.d.
15 12 Sholtz, Werner. Handbuch der Berliner Zinnfiguren. Translated by Joseph Malit. n.p., n.d.

Series 8: “Shelf Site”[Bridport Township (Vermont)] Research

Dr. Ronald Kingsley’s self-titled “Shelf Site” refers to Bridport Township in Vermont, which was a name chosen because of the shelf-like appearance of the surrounding geography. This section illustrates the everyday lives of inhabitants of this region.  A few of the properties currently occupied by families in Bridport were homes of historical importance in relation to the German Auxiliaries Project. 

Box Folder Description
15 13 George Plum research, 1810, 1860s
15 14 Wilkinson research, 1860s
15 15 Huestis research, 1890s
15 16 Howlett property research , 1970s, 2001-2003
15 17 William Sheriff research, 1980, 2001-2003
15 18 Plumies Point correspondence, 2001-2003
15 19 Shelf Site field reports and sketches, 2001
15 20 Shelf Site field reports, 2001
15 21 Shelf Site maps, n.d.

Series 9: Delaware People Research

Kingsley conducted in-depth research regarding the Lenape, also known as the Delaware people.  In 1988 he held a symposium on the history and culture of the Lenape at Kent State University.  Each folder in this series contains a chapter from this symposium highlighting a cultural feature of the Delaware people. 

Box Folder Description
    Kingsley, Ronald F. and George W. Knepper. “Symposium on the History and Culture of the Delaware People.” n.p., 1988. TS. Kent State University Tuscarawas Campus.
16 1 Introductory materials
Table of Contents
Introduction by Ronald F. Kingsley and George W. Knepper
16 2 “The Delawares: An Ohio Perspective” by A. Weslager
16 3 “The Lenape Indians and Their Prehistoric Antecedents: 10,000 B.C.-A.D. 1758” by Herbert C. Kraft
16 4 The Lenape or Delaware Indians at the Time of European Contact” by James “Lone Bear” Revey
16 5 “Captain Pipe’s Speech: A Commentary on the Delaware Experience, 1775-1781” by James H. O’Donnell
16 6 “Nothing Permanent Under the Sun: The Delaware Experience in Indiana” by Bruce L. Pearson
16 7 “Surviving Historic Traditions of the Unami Delaware” by David M. Oestreicher
16 8 “The Doll Dance: Last of the Tribal Rituals” by Jay Miller
16 9 “Traditional Healing Practices of the Delaware” by Andrew C. Twaddle
16 10 “History and Ethnology of Delaware Peyotism” by Dennis Wiedman
16 11 “The History and Construction of the Lenape Flute” by Claude Medford, Jr.
16 12 “Delaware Indian Humor” by James A. Rementer
16 13 “Oklahoma Delaware Personal Names” by Ives Goddard
16 14 “Delaware Influence on Art Forms of Other Tribal Groups” by Bentley Stone
16 15 “Summary Reports from the Delaware Councils” by Curtis Zunigha

Series 10: French Settlement Research

This series contains information on the settlement of the French in the Lake Champlain area and on mid-eighteenth century French culture in the region. Included is correspondence between Kingsley and his associates. 

Box Folder Description
16 16 Correspondence regarding Chimney Point apple trees

Beach, S.A. The Apples of New York. State of New York: Department of Agriculture, Vol. II, 1905, pp. 65-69.
16 17 Crown Point Road, 1931, 1977, 1985
16 18East Rock Fortification, 1959

Lake Champlain Settlement, n.d.
16 19 Lake Champlain: Chimney Point, 1959, 1987, 2001
16 20 Louis Antoine de Bougainville, 1964, 1966
16 21 Bibliography information 

Series 11: French and Indian War

The series consists of journal entries authored by military personnel of the time.  Much of the research focuses on the catastrophic British defeat against the French troops during the Battle of Carillon, also known as the 1758 Battle of Ticonderoga.

Box Folder Description
    Journal Entries (multiple authors)
17 1 1740s-1760s
17 2 1746-1747
    Matthew Clerk
17 3 Letters from Matthew Clerk
17 4 Correspondence about Matthew Clerk, 1998-1999
17 6 Chapter 2 (pp. 10-74)
17 7 Chapter 3 (pp. 78-141)
17 8 Chapter 4 (pp. 145-158)
17 9 Cardwell, Murray John. “Mismanagement: The 1758 British Expedition against Carillon.” The Bulletin of Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 15, No. 4, 1992. 
    The Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum articles
17 10“French Village at Fort St. Frederic: Fact or Fallacy?,” 1966

“Adolphus Benzel’s 1772 Notes on Lake Champlain,” 1969

“The French Colonial Forts at Crown Point Strait,” 1970
17 11 Fairbault- Beauregard, Marthe. La population du fort français d’Amérique: Répertoire des baptêmes, mariages et sépultures célébrés dans les forts et les établissements français en Amérique du Nord au XVIIIe siècle. Bergeron, 1982. (in French)
17 12 Saratoga History 17th-18th Centuries, 1946, 2001-2004

Series 12: Micmac Pipe Research

The information in this series is related to one of the artifacts that were found during the archaeological digs: a pipe later identified as belonging to the Micmac tribe. Documents compiled by Kingsley include research about the ceremonial significance of the Micmac pipe, spiritual connotations of these ceremonies, and legends associated with the Iroquois tribes of this region.

Box Folder Description
    Annotated Articles
17 13Bradley, James W. and S. Terry Childs. “Basque Earrings and Panther’s Tails: The Form of Cross-Cultural Contact in Sixteenth-Century Iroquois.” Metals in Society: Theory Beyond Analysis, Vol. 8, No. 2, 1991, pp. 7-17.

Converse, Harriet Maxwell. “Myths and Legends of the New York Iroquois.” Education Department Bulletin, Vol. 125, No. 437, 1908, pp.  22-23.

Witthoft, John, Harry Schoff, and Charles F. Wray. “Micmac Pipes, Vase-Shaped Pipes, and Caluments.” Pennsylvania Archaeologist, No. 6, 1953, pp.  89-107.
17 14Hauser, Judith Ann. Micmac Pipes from Fort Michilimackinac. n.p., Vol. 10, No. 2, 1964, pp. 23-30.

St. Lawrence Iroquoians (Wikipedia article), n.d.

Maxwell, Moreau S. Indian Artifacts at Fort Michilimackinac, Mackinaw City, Michigan. Southeastern Archaeological Conference. n.d.
17 15Ceremonial Use of Tobacco, n.d.

Paper, Jordan. “Cosmological Implications of Pan-Indian Sacred Pipe Ritual.” The Canadian Journal of Native Studies, Vol. 2, 1987, pp. 297-306.

Vidal, Colette. Historical Background on Tobacco. n.p.,  1997
17 16Definition of gorget, n.d.

Gums, Bonnie L. Archaeology at French Colonial Cahokia. Illinois Historic Preservation Agency, 1988.

Trigger, Bruce G. “Northeast.” Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 15, 1978, pp.  109-122.
17 17Wonderely, Anthony. “Oneida Ceramic Effigies: A Question of Meaning.” Northeast Anthropology, Vol. 63, 2002, pp. 23-48.

Works Cited
17 18 Correspondence regarding Micmac pipes, 2005-2008

Series 13: German Auxiliaries Project Maps

The maps used in the German Auxiliaries Project seem to fall into several categories: topographical maps, physical maps, maps of townships, New York State maps (including Crown Point and Ticonderoga), Vermont state maps, and early roads.  These maps were used throughout this project.  Originals of most of the topographical maps are in the Oversized Maps series (Series 21). 

Box Folder Description
    CD disc of Crown Point Map: NARA II RG 77
    Topographical Maps, 1950s-1970s
18 1 Crown Point, NY
Ticonderoga, NY
Bridport, VT
18 2 “Boot Region” of East Creek (Orwell, VT), 1999
18 3 “Boot Region” of East Creek (Orwell, VT), n.d.
Site Drawings, n.d.
18 4 “Boot Region” of East Creek (Orwell, VT), n.d.
Conservation Plan Map, n.d.
18 5 “German Road, Boot Region” (Orwell, VT), n.d.
    Physical Maps, n.d.
18 6 Addison County (Bridport, Orwell, Shoreham)
Related Land Grants for Vermont
    Townships, 1783, 1857
18 7 Orwell, VT
Shoreham, VT
    New York
18 8 Essex County, New York, 1760s and 1790s
18 9 Essex County, 18th-19th centuries
18 10 New York territories, 1770s and 1850s
18 11 Carrington (Colonel). Map of Burgoyne’s Saratoga Campaign. 1877.
    Crown Point
18 12 Maps and Land Grants, 1750s
18 13 Maps and Land Grants, 1800s, 1950s
18 14Sketches of Crown Point and Lake Champlain, n.d.

Buell Collection of Historical Documents Relating to the Corps of Engineers, 1801-1819, The National Archives, 1962.
18 15 Orders for Crown Point Maps
Furness, Gregory T. Crown Point: An Outline History. n.p. n.d.
19 1 Crown Point, Essex County Soils Legend with Short Descriptions, 2000
19 2 Crown Point, Essex County Soil Survey, 2001
    Ticonderoga
19 3 General Burgoyne’s Ticonderoga Campaign, 1772-n.d.
19 4 1776, n.d.
19 5 1777
19 6Trumbull. Map of Ticonderoga and its Dependencies, 1777

French Ticonderoga and its Dependences, Canadian Archives, 1777
19 7 Patent Maps, 1930, n.d.
19 8 Patent Maps, n.d.
    Vermont
19 9 Bridport, Vermont, 1760s
19 10 New England Territories and Vermont, 1780s and 1840s
19 11 Addison County (VT), 1985
19 12 Hands Cove Road
19 13 Correspondence on maps, 2003-2011
19 14 Aerial Photos, n.d.
    Early Roads, 1860s-n.d.
19 15 Crown Point Road
Basin Harbor
Rowley Road
19 16 Composite sketches of Vermont and New York
19 17 Correspondence on early roads, 1963-2011
19 18 Larrabee Point, VT Bullard Site Sketches, n.d.
19 19Watson, Winslow C. The Military and Civil History of the County of Essex, New York; and a General Survey of Its Physical Geography, Its Mines and Minerals, and Industrial Pursuits, Embracing an Account of the Northern Wilderness; and Also the Military Annals of the Fortresses of Crown Point and Ticonderoga, J. Munsell. 1869, pp. 196-316.

Vermont Secretary of State. “Index to the Papers of the Surveyors-General.” State Papers of Vermont, Vol. 1, 1918, pp. 40-41, 114-117, 134-135.
19 20 Burgoyne, John. Orderly Book: Map of Marches, 1777.

Series 14: Annotated Articles

Articles in this series are divided by subject; either by the name of an individual or a location as seen through the German Auxiliaries Project. 

Box Folder Description
    Jeffery Amherst
20 1 Amherst, Jeffery. Commissary Wilson’s Orderly Book: Expedition of the British and Provincial Army, Under Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Amherst, Against Ticonderoga and Crown Point, 1759, J. Munsell, 1857.

Mayo, Lawrence Shaw. Jeffery Amherst: A Biography. Longmans, Green and Co., 1916.
20 2 Amherst, Jeffery. The Journal of Jeffery Amherst: Recording the Military Career of General Amherst in America from 1758-1763. Edited by J. Clarence Webster. The Ryerson Press, 1931, pp. 1-26, 118, 148-173, 184-185, 254-255. Print.
    William Gilliland
20 3 Watson, Winslow C. and William Gilliand. Pioneer History of the Champlain Valley; Being an Account of the Settlement of the Town of Willsborough by William Gilliand, Together with His Journal and Other Papers, and a Memoir, and Historical and Illustrative Notes, J. Munsell,  1863. Gilliland, William. The Journal of William Gilliland: 18th Century Pioneer of the Champlain Valley. Edited by David Kendall Martin, The Clinton County Historical Association, 1997, pp. 74-76.
    Arthur St. Clair
20 4 Lincoln, Benjamin Maj. Gen. Proceedings of a General Court Martial, Held at White Plains, in the State of New York, By Order of his Excellency General Washington, Commander in Chief of the Army of the United States of America, for the Trial of Major General St. Clair, Hall and Sellers, 1778.
    Lake Champlain
    Bellico, Russell P. Chronicles of Lake Champlain: Journeys in War and Peace. (Fleischmanns, N.Y.: Purple Mountain Press, 1999).
20 5 Chapters 2-4 (pp. 44-141)
20 6 Chapters 6-9 (pp. 170-271)
20 7Crockett, Walter Hill. Vermont: The Green Mountain State (New York: The Century History Company, Inc., 1921).  

Hemenway, Abby. Vermont: Unique Portrait of a State. Edited by Brenda C. Morrissey, (Brattleboro, Vt.: Stephen Greene Press, 1972), pp. 48-49

Murray, W.H.H. Lake Champlain and Its Shores, (Boston, Mass.: De Wolfe, Fiske and Co., 1890).
    Van de Water, Frederic F. Lake Champlain and Lake George, (Port Washington, N.Y.: Ira J. Friedman, Inc., 1946).
20 8 Chapter 5-Chapter 10 (pp. 60-139)
20 9 Chapter 11-Chapter 15 (pp. 140-203)
20 10 Chapter 16-18 (pp. 204-381)
    Ticonderoga
20 11 Cohen, Paul E. “Michel Capitaine du Chesnoy, the Marquis de Lafayette’s Cartographer.” Antiques Magazine, 1998, pp. 170-176.
20 12 Lonergan, Carroll Vincent. Ticonderoga Historic Portage (Ticonderoga, N.Y.: Fort Mount Hope Society Press, 1959).
20 13 Parkman, Francis. “The Jesuits in North American in the Seventeenth Century.” France and England in North America (Boston, Mass.: Little, Brown and Co., 1909), pp. 2-7, pp. 312-315, pp. 334-337, pp. 354-355, pp. 374-375.
    Canada
    Harris, Richard Colebrook. The Seigneurial System in Early Canada: A Geographical Study, ([Madison, Wisc.]: University of Wisconsin Press, 1966).
20 14 Chapters 1-3 (pp. 3-40)
20 15 Chapters 4-7 (pp. 41-138)
20 16 Chapters 8-9 (pp. 139-192)
20 17 Chapters 10 (pp. 193-230)
20 18 Fraser, Alexander. Second Report of the Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontario, L.K. Cameron, 1905.
    Trudel, Marcel. Introduction to New France (Holt, Rinehart and Winston of Canada, 1968).
20 19 Part 1: Chapter 1 (pp. 1-22)
20 20 Part 1: Chapters 2-3 (pp. 23-44)
20 21 Part 1: Chapters 4-5 (pp. 45-78)
20 22 Part 1: Chapters 6-8 (pp. 79-111)
20 23 Part 2: Chapters 1-2 (pp. 115-147)
20 24 Part 2: Chapters 3-5 (pp. 148-183)
20 25 Part 2: Chapters 6-7 (pp. 184-224)
20 26 Part 2: Chapters 8-9 (pp. 225-259)
20 27 Part 2: Chapters 10 (pp. 260-300)
    Crown Point, New York
20 25Barker, E. Eugene. “Where Did the Old Road Begin?” Rutland Daily Herald, n.d.

Vara, Jon. “In Search of the Crown Point Road” Vermont Life, 1999, pp. 65-69.
20 26 Kravic, Frank J. “Colonial Crown Point and its Artifacts.” Northeast Historical Archaeology, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1971, pp. 20-21.

Williams, Sherman. New York’s Part in History, (New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1915).
    Addison County, Vermont
20 27 Kingsley, Ronald F. and James Rowe, Jr. “In Search of the Eighteenth Century Rowley Road, Shoreham Township, Addison County, Vermont.” The Journal of Vermont Archaeology, 2000, pp. 2-26.

Wheeler, Joseph L. and Mabel A. Wheeler. “The Mount Independence-Hubbardton 1776 Military Road.” Vermont History, April, July and October, 1959.
21 1Kingsley, Ronald F. and James Rowe, Jr., “In Search of the Eighteenth Century Rowley Road, Shoreham Township, Addison County, Vermont.” Journal of Vermont Archaeology, Vol. 3, 2000, pp. 60-67.

Kingsley, Ronald F. “The Burleigh Estate.” n.p., n.d.

O’Brien, Charles. “The Role of Lake Champlain in Canadian-American Relations.” Vermont History, Vol. 8, No. 3, 1990, pp. 150-163.
    Miscellaneous
21 2 Palmer, Gregory. Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American Revolution, ([Westport, Conn.]: Meckler Publishing, 1984).
21 3 White, William Chapman. Adirondack Country. Edited by Erskine Cadwell, (Boston, Mass.: Little, Brown and Company), 1954.

Series 15: Crown Point Skirmish Documents

This series, titled by Dr. Kingsley, contains articles and journals related to battles that occurred before the American Revolution. 

Box Folder Description
    Burgoyne, John (Journal of)
21 4Journal entries describing skirmishes, n.d.

Testimonies from Arthur St. Clair, 1880
21 5 Coolidge, Guy Omeron. The French Occupation of the Champlain Valley from 1609-1759, (Harbor Hill Books, 1979).
21 6Eccles, William. J. The Canadian Frontier 1534-1760.  (Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1983).
21 7 Grange, Roger T. Jr. Mr. Thomas McVey’s Dwelling House. n.p.,  1980
21 8 Hough, Franklin B.  Journals of Major Robert Rogers. (Albany, N.Y.: Joel Munsell’s Sons, 1883).
21 9 Marrin,Albert. Struggle for a Continent: The French and Indian Wars 1690-1760. (New York: Atheneum, 1987).
21 10 Sabine, Lorenzo. Biographical Sketches of Loyalist of the American Revolution. n.p, 1864.
21 11Journal of Capt. Phineas Stevens: To and From Canada, 1749

Documents Relative to the Colonial History of New York by Governor Clinton, 1855

Nathaniel Wheelwright’s Diary [Canadian Journey] 1753-54, 1960
    Sullivan, James. “The Papers of Sir William Johnson, 1744-1748”, n.p., n.d.
21 12 Period of Settlement (1738-1744)
King George’s War (1744-1748)
21 13 King George’s War (1744-1748)
Preliminary Campaigns (1755-1756)
21 14Swift, Samuel. History of the Town of Middlebury. (A.H. Copeland, 1859).

Roy, Pierre-Georges. Hommes et Choses du Fort Saint Frédéric. Les éditions des dix, 1946.
21 15 Swiggett, Howard.  War Out of Niagara. (New York: Columbia University Press, 1933).

Series 16: Weapons and Equipment Articles

Weapons and equipment of soldiers during the Revolutionary War are the subjects of this section. 

This series consists mainly of annotated articles and newsletter articles. Much of the content relates to the Hessian troops, but there are several articles devoted to other troops of the American Revolution. 

Box Folder Description
21 16 Ayers, William S. Come All You Gallant Heroes: The War of The Revolutionary Soldier. ([New York?]: Fraunces Tavern Museum, 1991).
21 17 Barnes, Maj. R. Money. A History of the Regiments and Uniforms of the British Army. (Seely Service and Company, 1950, 1951).
21 18 Boehm,Lt. Col. Uwe-Peter and Capt. Edwin W. Besch.“Gr- Marked Hessian Muskets: Origin and Use During the American Revolution.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 33, No. 3, 1981, pp. 108-116.
21 19 Bolton, Reginald. Military Camp Life on Upper Manhattan Island and Adjacent Mainland During the American Revolution. (Albany, N.Y.: J.B. Lyon Company, 1915).
21 20 Bolton, Reginald.  Relics of the Revolution: The Story of the Discovery of the Buried Remains of Military Life in Forts and Camps on Manhattan Island. (Reginald P. Bolton, 1916).
21 21 Caruana, Adrian. The Light 6- Pdr. Battalion Gun of 1776. (Museum Restoration Service, 1977).
21 22 Chapman,Frederickand Lt. Col. John Elting.The Brunswick Regiment of Dragoons, 1776-1783.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 12, No. 1, 1960, pp.  17-19.
21 23 Copeland, Peterand Albert Haarmann.“The Provisional Chasseur Companies of Hesse-Cassel During the Revolutionary War.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 18, No. 1, 1966, pp. 11-13.
21 24 Cresswell, Donald.  The American Revolution in Drawings and Prints. n.p., 1975
21 25Dunnigan, Brian.“Traces of the 10th Regiment on the Great Lakes 1772-1774.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 27, No. 3, 1975, pp. 126.

Ferguson, Allan.“Trumpets, Bugles and Horns in North America, 1750-1815.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 36, No. 1, 1984, pp. 2-7.
21 26 Haarmann, Albert. “The Royal Artillery and 62nd Regiment of Foot: Campaign Dress in North America, 1777.” Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, Vol. 54, No. 219, 1976, pp. 134-135.
21 27 Haarmann, Albert. “Notes on the Brunswick Troops in British Service during the American War of Independence.” Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, Vol. 48, 1970, pp. 140-145.
21 28 Haarmann, Albert. “The Hessian Army and the Corps in North America, 1776-1783.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 14, No. 2, 1962, pp. 69-75.
21 29 Haarmann, Albert. “British, German, and Provincial Uniforms in the Revolution: Some Notes from Rivington’s North American List for 1783.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 14, No.  2, 1962, pp. 113-120.
21 30 Haarmann, Albert. “The Army of Brunswick and the Corps in North America, 1776-1777.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 16, No. 3, 1964, pp. 76-78.
21 31 Haarmann, Albert and Donald Holst. “The Hesse-Hanau Free Corps of Light Infantry, 1781-1783.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 15, No. 2, 1963, pp. 40-42.
21 32 Haarmann, Albert and Donald Holst. “The Friedrich von Germann Drawings of Troops in the American Revolution.” Military Collector and Historian, 1964, pp. 1-9.
21 33Hamilton, Edward. ‘The Burgoyne Cannon.” The Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 10, No. 4, 1960, pp. 297-298.

Holst, Donald. “18th Century Accoutrements of the Royal Artillery.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 18, No. 2, 1966, pp. 43-47.
21 34 Koch, Anton Ulrich, Friedrich Shirmer and Peter Wacher. “Die Deutchen Hilfstruppen im Americanischen Unabhangingkeitskrieg (The German Auxiliaries in the American War for Independence).” Zeitschrift fűr Heereskunde, Vol. 9, 1963, 1-15.
21 35 Knotel, Richard. Mittenheilugen der militarishen Tracht (History of Military Dress). (Brunswickers in Canada, 1897).
21 36 Lawson, Cecil.  A History of the Uniforms of the British Army. (Norman Military Publications, 1966).
21 37Lefferts, Charles. “Brunswick Dragoon at Bennington”. Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 27, No. 3, 1965, pp. 95.

Lefferts, Charles. Uniforms of the American, British, French and German Armies in the War of the American Revolution, 1775-1783. (W.E. Inc., Old Greenwich, Company, 1926, 1971).
    Mollo, John. Uniforms of the American Revolution. (New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, Inc., 1975).
21 38 Chapters 1-6 (pp.1-70)
22 1 (pp.71-181)
22 2 (pp. 182-218)
    Moore, Warren. Weapons of the Revolution...and Accoutrements. (Funk and Wagnalls, 1967).
22 3 (pp. 1-25)
22 4 (pp. 26-74)
22 5 (pp. 75-114)
22 6 (pp. 115-159)
22 7 (pp. 160-190)
22 8 (pp. 191-225)

Series 17: Military Storage and Docks of the Eighteenth Century

This series includes maps of the fortresses (Fort Independence, Fort Ticonderoga, etc.), floorplans of storage facilities, correspondence between Kingsley and his associates.  Also included are letters between Christopher Yates, a colonel during the Revolutionary War, and General Phillip Schuyler, describing available barracks and storage facilities.

Box Folder Description
22 9 Muller, John. A Treatise Containing The Practical Part of Fortification. (A. Millar, 1757).
22 10 Military Correspondence, 1777
22 11 Maps of Orwell, Vermont: Mount Independence, 18th century
22 12 Baldwin, Thomas Williams. The Revolutionary Journal of Col. Jeduthan Baldwin 1775-1778. (The DuBusians, 1906).
22 13 Maps of Mount Independence and Fort Ticonderoga, 1964
22 14 Correspondence regarding storehouses, 2001-2002
22 15Topographical maps of Orwell, Vermont, n.d.

Illustrations of storehouses, n.d.
    Christopher Yates
22 16 Christopher Yates correspondence with Philip Schuyler, 1776
22 17 Biographical information, 1934
22 18 Donald Wickman, Mount Independence Land Survey Report. (The Vermont Division of Historic Preservation, 1995).
    Joseph Trumbull
22 19
  • Correspondence with Commissioner for Board of War, 1764-1778
  • “Joseph Trumbull.” The Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 3, No. 1, 1933.
  • Sizer, Theodore. The Autobiography of Colonel John Trumbull: Patriot-Artist, 1756-1843. (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1953).
  • Sizer, Theodore.  The Works of Colonel John Trumbull. (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1967).
  • Jaffe, Irma B. “Fordham University’s Trumbull Drawings’ Mistaken Identities in the Declaration of Independence and Other Discoveries.” The American Art Journal, n.d.
  • Frese, Joseph R. S.J. “A Trumbull Map of Fort Ticonderoga Rediscovered.” The Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 13, No. 2, 1971, pp. 130-137.

Series 18: German Auxiliaries: Bibliography

This series contains bibliographies used during the German Auxiliaries Project compiled by the authors listed.

Box Folder Description
22 20Andrews, Charles M. Guide to the Materials for American History, to 1783, in the Public Record Office of Great Britain, Vol. I. The State Papers. (Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1912).

Andrews, Charles M. Guide to the Materials for American History, 10 1783, in the Public Record Office of Great Britain, Vol. II. Departmental and Miscellaneous Papers. (Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1914).
22 21Cobb, David A. “Vermont Maps Prior to 1900: An Annotated Cartobibliography.” Vermont History, Vol. 39, No. 3, 4, 1971, pp. vi-xii, 169, 174-177.

David Library of the American Revolution. Early American Orderly Books, and British and American Diaries. Microfilm Collection. (Washington Crossing, Pa.)
    Davies, K.G. (editor).
22 22Davies, K.G. (editor). Documents of the American Revolution, 1770-1783. Colonial Office Series, vol. 13, Calendar 1777-1778. (Irish University Press, 1976).

Davies, K.G. (editor). Documents of the American Revolution, 1770-1783. Colonial Office Series, vol. 14, Transcripts, 1777. (Irish University Press, 1976).
22 23Elting, John R. The Battles of Saratoga. (Philip Freneau Press, 1977).

Fort Ticonderoga. Defending “The Ty”: Mount Independence and the “Old French Fort”, 1776-1777. A Fort Ticonderoga Bibliography. March 20, 1991.
    Gephart, Ronald M. Revolutionary America, 1763-1789: A Bibliography, Vol. I. (Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1984).
22 24 (pp. iii-xxii, 30-56)
22 25 (pp. 57-142)
22 26 (pp. 143-179, 380-381, 535-581)
22 27 ( pp. 582-671)
22 28Howson, Gerald. Burgoyne of Saratoga- Bibliography. (New York: New York Times Books, 1979). (extensive bibliography).

James, Lawrence and Alexander Lentz. Special Bibliographic Series. No. 18. God Save the Queen, A Bibliography of the British and Commonwealth Holdings. U.S. Army Military History Institute. Joyce Eakin (compiler). (Carlisle Barracks, Pa. 1979). 
22 29Katcher, Phillip R. References (Primary and Secondary Material). King George’s Army 1775-1783: A Handbook of British, American, and German Regiments. (Osprey Publishers Ltd, 1973).

Learned, Marion D. Guide to Manuscript Materials Relating American History in the German Archives. (Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1912).
    Miles, Lion G. and James L. Kochen. Guide to Hessian Documents of the American Revolution 1776-1783. (Boston, Mass.: G.K. Hall and Company, 1989).
23 1 (pp. 1-21)
23 2 (pp. 22-49)
23 3New York State Historical Society, 1941

U.S. Army Military History Research Collection, 1976
23 4New York State Library Reel Guide 1748-1817

Translated Microfilm, 1987
23 5Loyalist and Canadian participation in Burgoyne Campaign, 1777

Vermont Historical Society sources

Series 19: “Alphabetized Primary Articles”

Articles found in this series are the primary sources that were used throughout the German Auxiliaries Project.  Journal entries and memoirs describing battles make up a large part of the content in the series.  Also included are orderly books, military logs documenting orders from higher ups, which were kept by individuals such as General John Burgoyne. 

Box Folder Description
23 6Anburey, Thomas. “The Taking of Ticonderoga, Letters, 1777.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 2, No.1, 1933, pp. 14-23.

Anburey, Thomas. “Letter to a dear friend, Camp at Skenesborough, July 12th, 1777.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1930, pp. 22-23.
23 7 Anburey, Thomas. Travels through the Interior Parts of America. Vol. 1, (Houghton Mifflin Company, 1789, 1923). (See Sydney Jackman, With Burgoyne from Quebec.)
23 8Anonymous. Excerpt from a Military Memoir Concerning the American Campaign in the Year 1777.

Anonymous. “A Journal of Carleton’s and Burgoyne’s Campaigns.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 11, No. 5, 1964, pp. 234-269; Vol. 11, No. 6, 1965, pp. 306-335.
23 9 Baldwin, Thomas William (edited by). The Revolutionary Journal of Colonel Jeduthan Baldwin, 1775-1778. Vol. I. (The DuBusians, 1906).
23 10 Baker, Edward Larrabee (edited by). Charles Minton Baker and the Pioneer Trail. (Privately Printed, 1928).
    Baurmeister, Carl L. (edited by).  Revolution in America: Confidential Letters and Journals 1776-1784 of Adjutant General Major Baurmeister of the Hessian Forces. (Rutgers University Press, 1957).
23 11 (pp. 1-159) not consecutive
23 12 pp. 202-569) not consecutive
23 13 (pp. 610-640)
    Baxter, James P. (edited by) See Digby.
23 14 Beal, Benjamin (Lieut.). “Journal: Greaton’s 24th Continental Regiment.” American Antiquarian Society, 1776.

Beers. Bridport” Atlas of Addison County, 1871. Rutland, VT.
23 15Bense, Johann. “A Brunswick Grenadier with Burgoyne: The Journal of Johann Bense, 1776-1783.”Translated by Helga B. Doblin. New York History, 1985, pp. 421-444.

Blodget, William. A Topographical Map of the State of Vermont from the Actual Survey, to Thomas Chittenden, Governor, by William Blodget, January 1, 1789. (Original, American Antiquarian Society, in Harvard University Library; copy with the Wheeler Papers, Archives, Vermont Historical Society).
23 16 Bradford, S. Sydney (edited by). “Lord Francis Napier’s Journal of the Burgoyne Campaign.” Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol. 57, No. 4, 1962, pp. 285-333.
23 17Breymann, (von) Friedrich. “Breymann’s Account to von Riedesel of Bennington”. Saratoga National Park, 1/14/1994.

Brown, Marvin (translated by). See Riedesel

Bull, Epaphras. “Journal of Epaphras Bull, from Stockbridge, Mass., to Fort Ticonderoga and Return to Connecticut, May 1775.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 8, No. 1, 1948, pp. 38-46.
    Burgoyne, John. A State of the Expedition from Canada, as Laid Before the House of Commons by Lieutenant-General Burgoyne and Verified by Evidence: with a Collection of Authentic Documents, and an Addition of Many Circumstances Which Were Prevented from Appearing before the House by the Prorogation of Parliament. Written and Collected by Himself and Dedicated to the Officers of the Army He Commanded. Second Edition, 1780.
23 18 (pp. 1-75)
23 19 pp. 76-191)
23 20 (pp. i-cix)
23 21 Burgoyne, John. A Supplement to the State of the Expedition from Canada, Containing General Burgoyne’s Orders, Respecting the Principal Movements, and Operations of the Army to the Raising of the Siege of Ticonderoga, 1780. (Lost Cause Press, 1968).
    Burgoyne, John. Orderly Book of John Burgoyne from his Entry into the State of New York until his Surrender at Saratoga, 16th Oct. 1777. Edited by Edmund B. O’Callaghan. (Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell, 1860).
23 22 pp. 1-36; 103-120)
23 23 (pp. 121-205)
    Bushnell, Charles (ed.). See Fletcher, Ebenezer.
24 1 Burke, George. “Clerke Lineage.” Heraldic Dictionary of Peerage and Baronetage. 54th edition, pp. 238, Harrison 59, Pall Mall, 1872. (See Sir Francis Carr Clerke.)

Burton, Jonathan. Diary and Orderly Book of Sergeant Jonathan Burton. (Republican Press Association, 1885).
24 2Calfe, John. “Journal of Capt. John Calfe: February 1777 to August 1777.” In N.F. Noyce, Memorial of the Town of Hempstead, New Hampshire. Vol. I, n.p., 1899.

Carleton, Guy. “Instructions to Captain Samuel Greaves Appointed to Command All His Majesty’s Vessels upon Lakes Champlain and George.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 7, No. 1, 1945, pp. 36.
24 3Cleve (Hessian soldier). Miscellaneous Correspondence, Group 853. Camp at Crown Point, June 29, 1777 (June 16-26) No. 8 (pp. 7), also dated September 19, 1777. Translated by Helga Doblin. Saratoga National Park Library, 1777.
24 4Cleve, Heinrich Urban. Camp near Castleton, July 11, 1777. Unpublished manuscript. Translated by Helga Doblin. Reel 106. Saratoga National Historic Park collection, 1995.
24 5Clinton, George. Public Papers of George Clinton, First Governor of New York, 1777-95, 1801-04. Vol I and II. (Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Company, 1899, 1900), pp. 139-156; pp. 53-54, 60-69, 80-83, 430-431.

Cockburn, William. Unpublished survey notes 1771-1772. Bridport, VT.
24 6Davies, K.G. Documents of the American Revolution 1770-1783: Colonial War Office Series. Vol. 14. Transcripts 1777. Colonial War Office, 1976.

Dearborn, Henry. Revolutionary War Journals of Henry Dearborn, 1775-1783. Edited by Lloyd Brown and Howard Peckham. (The Caxton Club, 1939).
24 7Dehn, (letters), July 1-6, 1777. Ticonderoga. Brunswick City Archives, 1777.
   Digby, William. The British Invasion from the North: The Campaigns of Generals Carleton and Burgoyne from Canada 1776-1777 with the Journal of Lieutenant William Digby of the 53rd or Shropshire Regiment of foot. Edited by James P. Baxter. J. Munsell, 1887.
24 8(pp.7-339) not consecutive
24 9Index (pp. 364-412)
24 10Du Roi, Major August Wilhelm. “Diary of Voyage from Stadt on Hanover to Quebec in America of the Second Division of Ducal Brunswick Mercenaries.” The Quarterly Journal of New York State Historical Association, Vol. 8, No. 4, 1927, pp. 323-351.
   Eelking, Max von. Memoirs and Letters and Journals of Major General Riedesel During His Residence in America. Translated by William Stone. Vol. I. (Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell, 1868).
24 11(pp. 1-91)     
24 12(pp. 92-197)
24 13(pp. 198-366)
24 14Eelking, Max von. Die Deutschen Hulfstruppen im Nordamerifanischen Brifeiungsfrieg, 1776 bis 1783. Hannover, 1863. (in German)
24 15Microfilm and Orderly Book  May 23rd, 1777
24 16Orderly Book June 7- July 3, 1777
24 17Epping, Charlotte S. (trans.) Journal of Du Roi, The Elder, Lieutenant and Adjutant, in the Service of the Duke of Brunswick, 1776-1778.  (New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1911).
24 18Fletcher, Ebenezer. The Narrative of Ebenezer Fletcher, A Soldier of the Revolution. Edited by Charles Ira Bushnell. Private Printing, 1866.
24 19Fraser, Simon (General). “Gen. Fraser’s Account of Burgoyne’s Campaign on Lake Champlain and the Battle of Hubbardton.” Essays in the Early History of Vermont. Vol. VI. (Vermont Historical Society, 1943),  pp. 97-147.
24 20Frazer, Persifer. “Letters from Ticonderoga, 1776.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 10, No. 6, 1962, pp. 450-459.
24 21Gall, von. W.R. “An Account of the Hesse-Hanau Infantry Regiment. Beginning from vv 13, dated Portsmouth, March 30, 1776 from Hessian Papers, Morristown, n.p.S. U.U. 70- U.U. 88 (July 11, 1777 to August 29, 1777)

Gates, Horatio. List of Continental Armed Vessels on Lake Champlain. 8/18/1776. DLC:GWP: 1938. New York Historical Society. DLC:GWP 3044, FLC:GWP: 1946, DNH:PCC:1448.
24 22Gerlach, Heinrich Daniel. Letters to Most Esteemed General (9/16-9/18/1776); Serene Highness (9/20/1776, n.d.-/1776, 10/17/1776, 11/5/76). Riedesel Papers II, Part I. Translated by Helga Doblin.

Gerlach, Heinrich Daniel. (Scouting Report and Map).  To General Riedesel (n.d., c. 25 June to 5 July 1777). Riedesel Papers 237 N 65, f. 100. Translated by Lionel Miles, 9/4/94. Edited by Helga Doblin.

Greenleaf, Moses. “Breakfast on Chocolate: The Diary of Moses Greenleaf, 1777.” Translated by Donald Wickman. Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 15, No. 6, 1997, pp. 482-503.
   Hadden, James M. Hadden’s Journal and Orderly Book. Edited by Horatio Rogers. (Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell, 1884).
24 23(pp. 1-19)
24 24(pp. 20-83)
24 25(pp. 84-173)
24 26(pp. 174-269)
24 27(pp. 270-357)
24 28(pp. 358-449)
25 1(pp. 450-515)
25 2(pp. 516-581)
25 3Haldimand, Frederick (Sir). Unpublished Papers and Correspondence 1758-1784. Microform. London. World Microform Publications, c. 1977. (NYSL). “Letter from George Germain to Governor Carleton, Whitehall 26 March 1777” (directive re. Burgoyne’s command and expedition).
25 4Hamilton, Edward (edited by).  Adventure in the Wilderness: The American Journals of Louis Antione de Bougainville, 1756-1760. University of Oklahoma Press, 1964.

Hawks, John (Maj.). Orderly Book and Journal of Major John Hawks, 1759-1860 (Introduction by Hugh Hastings).(Society of Colonial Wars in the State of New York, 1911).
   Hille, Julius Friedrich von. Diary of an Officer from the Regiment Prinz Friedrich Comprising the Sea Journey of the Brunswick Troops in America in the Year 1776. Translated by Helga Doblin, 1982. June 21-July 16, 1777. Saratoga National Park Library. The American Revolution, Garrison Life in French Canada and New York: Journal of an Officer in the Prinz Friedrich Regiment, 1776-1783. Translated by Helga Doblin. Edited and with introduction by Mary C. Lynn. Contributions in Military Studies, Number 144. Greenwood Press, 1993.
25 5(pp. 1-49)
25 6(pp. 50-127)
25 7(pp. 128-146)
25 8Hubbs, Valentine C. “Journal of the Brunswick Corps in American under General von Riedesel.” Sources of American Independence: Selected Manuscripts from the Collections of the William L. Clements Library. Edited by Howard H. Peckman. University of Chicago Press, 1978.
25 9Hughes, Thos. A Journal of Thos. Hughes, 1778-1789. Introduction by E.A. Benians. (University Press, 1947).
25 10Kidder, Frederic. History of the First New Hampshire Regiment in the War of the Revolution: Henry Moore Baker’s New Hampshire at the Battle of Bunker Hill. (Peter Randall, 1973).

Knight, -- Captain, Aide de Camp to Commander Chief Holdings. Orderly Books: Sir William Howe. British Forces, New York and New Jersey. September 26, 1776- June 2, 1777. 3 vol. pp. 322. Holdings of New-York Historical Society. 5/23-5/25/1777.
25 11Lamb, Roger. An Original and Authentic Journal of Occurrences during the Late American War from Its Commencement to the Year 1783. (Wilkinson and Courtney, 1809).

Lamb, Roger. Memoir of His Own Life, formerly a Sergeant in the Royal Welch Fusiliers. (J. Jones, 1811).
25 12Lincoln, Benjamin. John Brown’s Attack of September 1777. “Division Orders, Manchester, August 4th, 1777”; letter to General Gates. Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum Vol. 11, No. 4, 1964, pp. 210-213.

London Chronicle. Vol. 42. Part I (pp. 193). August 23-26, 1777. No. 3233. (Extract of a letter from Lieutenant General Burgoyne to the Honorable Sir William Howe, dated Camp, before Ticonderoga, July 2, 1777; vol. 42. Part I (pp. 202). London, From the Royal American Gazette, New York, July 24, dated 19 June; Vol. 42. No. 3280 Country News - August 25, status of Burgoyne’s advance to Fort Edward).; Vol. 42, Dec. 11-13, 1777. No. 3286 (Extract of another Letter from a Gentleman, dated Camp on Bemis Heights, Oct. 9, … cannon and the flowers of the infantry … 300 prisoners, among whom were 6 or 7 field officers, zia. 1 German colonel, 2 lieutenant colonels, both since dead, major Williams commandant of British artillery; a Brunswick major; Sir Francis Carr Clerke, aide de camp to General Burgoyne … (pp. 576); Vol. 42. No. 3282. (pp. 585-589). Dec. 16-18, 1777. Wednesday, December 17, The Whole London Gazette, Whitehall, December 15, 1777. Dated Oct. 20, 1777. (Summary of events, including articles of the surrender, and losses, date October 15 … Names of Staff-Officers, killed, wounded, and prisoners. “Brigadier-general Fraser, Sir James Clarke, aide-de-camp to General Burgoyne killed. …
25 13Lynn, Mary C. and Helga Doblin (translated by). “The Battles of Saratoga from an ‘Enemy’ Perspective.” Tamkang Journal of American Studies, Vol. 3, No. 3, 1987, pp.  5-35.
25 14Maclean, Allan. “Letter to Sir Guy Carleton.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 7, No. 1, 1945, pp. 35-36.

McAlpine, John. Memoirs of Some of the Most Interesting Exploits and Singular Adventures of J. McAlpine, 1773. (The Black Pennell Press, 1985).
25 15Milius, Feldpudiger (Champlain). Letters to his father Pfarrer Heinrich Milius, September 29, 1777 and November 20, 1777. On file, Saratoga National Historic Park, Saratoga, New York.

Moore, Frank. Diary of the American Revolution; from Newspapers and Original Documents. Vol. I. New York. Charles Scribner, 1867.
   O’Callaghan, E.B. (ed.). See Burgoyne.
25 16Papet (von), Frederick Julius. “The Brunswick Contingent in America 1776-1783.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 15, 1891, pp. 218-224.
   Pausch, Georg. Journal of Captain Pausch, Captain of the Hanau Artillery during the Burgoyne Campaign. Edited by William L. Stone. (Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell, 1886).
25 17(pp. 1-81)
25 18(pp. 82-133)
25 19(pp. 134-185)
   Peckman, Howard (edited by). See Hubbs.
   
25 20Pell, John. Museum Notes, “Journal of the Principle Proceeding.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1927, pp. 1-18.

Pell, John. “Diary of Captain Joshua Pell.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 1, No. 6, 1929, pp. 7-9.
   Pettengill, Ray (translated by). Letters from America: 1776-1779. (Kennikat Press, Inc., 1924/1964).
25 21(pp. 1-49)
25 22(pp. 50-101)
25 23(pp. 102-281)
25 24Pfister, A. The Voyage of the First Hessian Army from Portsmouth to New York, 1776. (Chas. Fred. Heartman, 1915).

Phillips, William. Letter to Riedesel, June 29, 1777. Copied from Miles, Lion G. and Kochan, James. Guide to Hessian Documents of the American Revolution, 1776-1783. Transcripts and Translations from the Lidgerwood collection at Morristown National Historical Park. Morristown, New Jersey. (G.K. Hall and Co., 1989). HZ-1 Part 3, Fische 130-143, #141 D-1, pp. 15 in Guide.

Phillips, William. July 1, 1777. Extracts from the Brigade Orders of M. Gen, Phillips RA in Canada 1776-1777. Military Document 984. The Royal Artillery Historical Trust, The Royal Artillery Institution. Woolrich, London. (corresp. 10/22/91)
25 25Powell, H. Watson. “Letters of General Powell to Sir Guy Carleton.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 7, No. 2, 1945, pp. 29-35.
25 26Prätorius, Christian Julius (Lt. Colonel). Journal from June 2-July17, 1777. Translated by Helga Doblin, 1982. Saratoga National Historic Park.

Prätorius, Christian Julius (Lt. Colonel). “Journal of Lt. Colonel Christian Julius Prätorius June 2-July 17, 1777.” Translated by Helga Doblin. Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 15, No. 3, 1991, pp. 56-68.

Prätorius, Lt. Col. Braunschweig. Report, March 29-Oct. 13, 1779, regarding Army Champlain Fügerer and his successor Shrader. Translated by Helga Doblin. Saratoga Historic Park.
26 1Rainsford, Charles. “Transactions as Commissary for Embarking Foreign Troops in the English Service from Germany with Copies of Letters Relative to it for Years 1770-1777.” Collections of the New York Historical Society. Printed for the Society, 1879.

Regiment Riedesel Diary. July 2-October 26, 1777. Fragment of a diary about the Braunschweig Troops in the American Campaign. Main Archives of the Land Wolfenbüttel. Translated by Helga Dolbin. Saratoga National Park Library.

Regulations for the Prussian Infantry. Translated by William Faucitt. Greenwood Press, 1968.
26 2Riedesel (von), Friedrich A. Memoirs and Letters and Journals of Major General Riedesel during His Residence in America. Translated by William L. Stone. Edited by Max von Eelking. Vol. I. J. Munsell, 1868.
26 3Riedesel (von), Friederike Charlotte. Baroness von Riedesel and the American Revolution: Journal and Correspondence of a Tour of Duty, 1776-1783. Translated and notes by Marvin. L. Brown, Jr. (Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Press, 1965).

Riedesel (von), Friederike Charlotte. Letters and Journals Relating to the War of the American Revolution, and the Capture of German Troops in Saratoga. Translated by William L. Stone. (Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell, 1867). 
26 4 Riedesel (von), Friedrich A. “Correspondence of General Riedesel, 1776-1787.” Guide to Hessian Documents of the American Revolution, 1776-1783. L. Miles and J. Kochan, HZ 5, pp. 18 in Guide. HZ 224-237. Also Diary (Journal) of the Brunswick Troops in North America Part I. pp. 1-297. UU 73 Edited by Hubbs. Hesse Hanau microfilm. Saratoga National Park Library. Edited by Max von Eelking, 1868.
26 5Riedesel (von), Friedrich A. Memoirs, Letters and Journals of Major General Riedesel. Translated by William L. Stone. New York Times and Arno Press, 1969. (?)
26 6Roberts, Lemuel (Captain). Memoirs of Captain Lemuel Roberts Containing Adventures in Youth, Vicissitudes Experienced as a Continental Soldier, His Sufferings as a Prisoner, and Escapes from Captivity, with Suitable Reflections on the Changes in Life. Anthony Hasswell, 1809. (Armo Press, Inc., 1969).
   Rogers, Horatio (ed.). See Hadden.
   St. Clair, Arthur. Proceedings of a General Court Martial. (Philadelphia: Hall and Sellers, 1778). In the Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year 1880. Revolutionary and Miscellaneous Papers, Vol. III. (New York: New-York Historical Society, 1881). 
26 7(pp. 1-69)
26 8(pp. 70-171)
26 9St. Clair, Arthur. The St. Clair Papers: The Life and Public Services of Arthur St. Clair, with His Correspondence. Edited by William Henry Smith. Vol. I (of II), Chapter 3 (pp. 45-96). Clark, 1882.

St. Clair, Arthur.  “Letter from General St. Clair to Congress. Ft. Edward, July 14, 1777. In the Pennsylvania Evening Post, Philadelphia, July 22nd, 1777. Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1927, pp. 18-21.
   Schlözer, August Ludwig (ed.). Letters of Brunswick and Hessian Officers during the American Revolution. Translated by William Stone. Joel Munsell’s Sons, 1891.
26 10(pp. 1-13, 38-99)
26 11(pp. 100-185, 186-227)
26 12Schroeder, 2nd B. Miscellaneous Correspondence. Group 853. June 29-July 7, 1777. Translated by Helga Doblin. Saratoga National Park Library.

Schroeder, Ernst C. Letter to Major General von Riedesel, September 26, 1777. Unpublished. Translated by Helga Doblin. In submitted manuscript, Ronald Kingsley, “A German Perspective on the American Attack on Mount Independence September 18, 1777.” Vermont History, 1996.
   Schuyler, Phillip. Proceedings of a General Court Martial … or the Trial of Major General Schuyler October 1, 1778. (Philadelphia: Hall and Sellers, 1778). The Collections of the New-York Historical Society, 1879.
26 13(pp. 1-95)
26 14(pp. 96-211)
   Selle (von). See Clerke, Sir Francis Carr.
   Senden (von) E. Schuler. Memoirs. Denkwurdigkeiten aus den Hinterlassenen Papieren E. Schulers von Senden, des Krieges. Koenigl. Preuss, General de Infantrie, a D. (Translated by Hans Mayer, n.p.S., 1960: see other primary sources, Hessian Journals). Senden, (von), Ensign Schuler, 1776-81. Regiment Von Specht, pp. 42-50. Translated by Hans Mayer. n.p.S., 1980. (Saratoga National Park Library.
26 15(pp. 1-21)
26 16(pp. 22-72)
26 17(pp. 73-134)
26 18Sewall, Henry. “The Diary of Henry Sewall.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 11, No. 2, 1963, pp. 75-92.
26 19Shirraff, William (Lt. Col.). Quarter Master General 1776-1781. Reports of Commissioners, Public Accounts of the Kingdom. William Molleson (Secretary to the Commissioners.). 1783.

Shoreham. Shoreham Township Map of 1783. Copied February 13, 1906, by Alfred F. Booth and certified by C.W. Howard, Town Clerk. Shoreham Town Hall.
   Specht (von) J.W.
26 20Major General Riedesel’s Justification Piece Concerning the Events of the Campaign of 1777 in America. Translated by Helga Doblin. Saratoga National Park library.
27 1War Archives of the Great General Staff. Estate of Duke Ferdinand of Brunswick. Journal of the Leader of the 2nd Brunswick Division in America, Brigadier Colonel v. Specht, including various lists pages from 2/22, 1776 till 11/9, 1777 and diary fragments by the Free Corporals v. Schuler and Scheiter as well as the non-commissioned officer Martini from the Brunswick Regiment v. Specht from 5/15 till 6/22, 1776. Second Continuation of the Journal of the Brigade of Colonel Specht, June 16, 1777 to June 28, 1777; Third Continuation … June 29, 1777 to July 10, 1777.
27 2The Specht Journal: A Military Journal of the Burgoyne Campaign. Translated by Helga Doblin. Edited by Mary C. Lynn. Military Notes by Donald M. Londhal-Smidt. Greenwood Press, 1995.
27 3“Diary of Voyage from Stade in Hanover to Quebec in America of the Second Division of Ducal Brunswick Mercenaries.” The Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association, Vol. 8, No. 4,  1927, pp.  323-351.
   Stanley, George F.G. (edited by).  For Want of a Horse. Tribune Press, 1961.
27 4(pp. 1-57)
27 5(pp. 58-133)
27 6(pp. 134-194)
27 7Starke, John. “John Brown’s Attack, September 18, 1777: Remarks on Affairs at the Portage between Ticonderoga and Lake George, and at Mount Independence, in September 1777.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1927, 19-22.

Starke, John. “John Brown’s Attack, September 1777, on Ticonderoga: Remarks on Affairs at the Portage between Ticonderoga and Lake George, and at Mount Independence, in September 1777.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 11, No. 4, 1964, pp. 206-210.  
27 8Thatcher, James M.D. A Military Journal during the American Revolutionary War, from 1775-1783. (Cottons and Barnard, 1827).

Thatcher, James M.D. The American Revolution, from the Commencement to the Disbanding of the American Army; Given in the Form of a Daily Journal, with the Most Prominent Generals. (Hurlbut, Kellogg and Company, 1861).

Thatcher, James M.D. A Military Journal of the American Revolution from the Commencement of the American Army Comprising a Detailed Account of the Principle Events and Battles of the Revolution, with their Exact Dates, and a Biographical Sketch of the Most Prominent Generals. (Hurlbut, Williams and Company, 1862).
27 9Trumbull, John. Autobiography: Reminiscences and Letters. (New York:Wiley and Putnam, 1841).
27 10Trumbull, John.  “John Trumbull at Ticonderoga.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 3, No 1, 1933, pp. 3-12; 30-57; Vol. 3, No.  2, 1933, 84-123; Vol. 3, No. 3, 1934, pp. 151-161.
27 11Vermont Historical Society. “Burgoyne’s Invasion of 1777. Documents in Relation to the Part Taken by Vermont in Resisting the Invasion of Burgoyne in 1777.” Collections of the Vermont Historical Society, Vol. I, 1870, pp. 161-249.
    Wasmus, J. F. “The Journal of J.F. Wasmus, German Company Surgeon, 1776-1783.” An Eyewitness Account of the American Revolution and New England Life. Translated by Helga Doblin. Greenwood Press, 1991.
27 12(pp. 1-79)
27 13(pp. 80-191)
27 14(pp. 192-311)
27 15Wasmus, J. F. (his family is from Wolfenbüttel). 1777. June 19, 1777, to July 17, 1777.  Saratoga National Park Library.
27 16Wayne, Anthony (Colonel). Forces of the United States which compose the Garrisons of Ticonderoga and Mt. Independence Commanded by Col. Anthony Wayne. 11/29/1776. 20:2843, DLC: GWP 3044, ANA: PCC 1448. New-York Historical Society.
27 17Weeden, William B. (edited by).  Diary of Enos Hitchcock, D.D., A Chaplain in the Revolutionary War. April- November 1777. Rhode Island Historical Society, November 28, 1900, pp. 105-134, 147-163.

Wilkinson, Gen. James. Memoirs of My Own. Vol. I. Chapter 5 (pp. 180-194). Abrahams Small, 1816.
27 18Woelfel, Margarette (translated by). “Memoirs of a Hessian Conscript: J.G. Seumes Reluctant Voyage to America”. William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 5, No. 4, 1948, pp. 553-570.

Missing “Primary Articles”

The articles in this table were included in the bibliography Dr. Kingsley created but are not present in SC23356.

   Clerke letters
   Du Roi, Major August Wilhelm. The Journal of Du Roi, the Elder. Translated by Charlotte S. J. Epping. University of Pennsylvania, 1911.
   England, Lt. Poole, Adjutant, 47th Regiment. Orderly Book, 47th Regiment, British Grenadiers. June 7- July 3, 1777. Microfilm, New-York Historical Society Library, (1748-1817). A-FM/973.4,N53. Research Publications, Inc. New Haven, CT 06525. Box 46 (last film, 1776-7/3/77). Reel Guide and Subject Index- Early American Orderly Books. 1777, iv, pp. 23 cm. A,016.97334,qR432- anonymous on some film. Headquarters, NY. May 23-30, 1777. Parole Crown Point, C. Sn Ticonderoga (5/23); P. Lepstadt, C.S. Dysmol (5/24); P. -, c. Sn. (5/25); P. Gilbralter, C.S. Tangier (5/26); P. –Cs- (5/27); P. –Cs- (5/28); Parole Westphalia Cs Saxony (5/30).
   Langsmeyer, (secretary). Riedesel’s Letters, 1776-1777. (H.Z. 603-607, 622-623). Bancroft Collection in the New York State Library, pp. 446-467. Saratoga National Park Library. 
   Orwell. Town Map of First Survey, Orwell, Vermont, 1799. Committee of Phiny Smith, Apollas Austin and Ebeneszer Wilson. (Town Clerk Office, Orwell).
   Patton, Frank (Surveyor) and Deremondt Hill. USGS Map of Orwell Township, 1949. Unofficial copy sent to the Wheelers to show former roads. In Wheeler Papers, Archives, Vermont Historical Society.
   Wintersmith, Lt. Charles. (Engineer). “Map of Fort Ticonderoga and Mount Independence in 1777.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 9, No. 2, 1953, pp. 143.

Series 20: “Alphabetized Secondary Articles”

Articles found in this series are secondary sources used in the German Auxiliaries Project and include biographies, information on the regions investigated by Dr. Kingsley, encyclopedia entries, and newsletter articles on local history.

Box Folder Description
27 19Addison County, Vermont. Natural Register of Historic Places, 2010.
27 20Addington, Larry. The Patterns of War through the Eighteenth Century. (Bloomington, Indiana:Indiana University Press, 1990).
27 21Adler, Winston. Their Own Voices: Oral Accounts of Early Settlers in Washington County, New York. (Interlaken, N.Y.: Heart of the Lakes Publishing, 1983).
27 22Anderson, Troyer S. The Command of the Howe Brothers During the American Revolution. (Bucks, England: Octagon Books, 1972).
27 23Anonymous. “Fort Ticonderoga: A Short History.” The Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 7, No. 1, 1945, pp. 26-29.

Anonymous. “Col. Brown’s Attack of September, 1777, on Fort Ticonderoga.” The Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 11, No. 4, 1964, pp. 206-213.

Anonymous. “Albany.” Encyclopedia Britannica. Vol. 1. n.d.

Anonymous. “Darnley, Henry Stewart, Lord.” Encyclopedia Britannica. Vol. 3. n.d.
27 24Atkins, William. The Parish Church of Saint George, Hanover Square. (Dix, Charlmont Press, 1976).
27 25Atkinson, C.T. “Some Evidence for Burgoyne’s Expedition.” Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, Vol. 26, No. 108, 1948, pp. 132-142.
   Atwood, Rodney. The Hessians: Mercenaries from Hessen-Kassel in the American Revolution. (Cambridge University Press, 1980).
27 26Introduction to Chapter 6 (pp. 1-157)
27 27Chapter 7 to Index (pp. 158-292)
28 1Bailey, Harold L. “Addison Branch Joins the Ghost Lines, Consolidated.” Vermont Quarterly, Vol. 20, No. 4, 1952, pp. 282-285.

Bancroft, George. History of the United States of America from the Discovery of the Continent. Vol. 5. (Kennikat Press, Inc., 1885, 1967).

Bascom, Robert O. Historic Mount Independence: An Address, DAR, August 20, 1908. Hands Cove Chapter, DAR, 1909.
28 2Batchellor, Albert Stillman. The New Hampshire Grands Being Transcripts of the Charters of Townships. (Edward N. Pearson, Public Printer, 1895).
   Bellico, Russell P. Sails and Streams in the Mountains: A Maritime and Military History of Lake George and Lake Champlain. (Fleischmanns, N.Y.: Purple Mountain Press, 1992).
28 3Chapter 1-3 (pp. 1-58)
28 4Chapter 4- 5 (pp. 59-114)
28 5Chapter 6-8 (pp. 115-358)
28 6Bibliography (pp.359-393)
28 7Bennett, Clarence E. Advance and Retreat to Saratoga in the American Revolution: The American Offensive and the Burgoyne Campaign. (Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Gregg Press, 1972).
28 8Bennett, Clarence E. Advance and Retreat to Saratoga in the American Revolution: Burgoyne Campaign. (Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Gregg Press, 1972).
28 9Bird, Harrison. March to Saratoga: General Burgoyne and the American Campaign, 1777. (Oxford University Press, 1963).

Bird, Harrison. Navies in the Mountains: The Battles on the Waters of Lake Champlain and Lake George, 1604-1814. (Oxford University Press, 1962).
28 10Blumenthal, Walter Hart. Woman Camp Followers of the American Revolution. (Arno Press, 1974).
28 11Boehm, Uwe-Peter and Edwin Besch. “German Marked Hessian Muskets: Origin and Use During the American Revolution.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 33, No. 3, 1981, pp. 108-116.
28 12Bottum, Roswell. The History of the Town of Orwell from 1763-1851. (Tuttle and Company, Printing. 1881).
   Bowler, R. Arthur. Logistics and the Failure of the British Army in America, 1775-1783. (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1975).
28 13Chapter 1 (pp. 1-40)
28 14Chapter 2 (pp. 41-91)
28 15Chapter 3 (pp. 92-145)
28 16Chapter 4-5 (pp.146-211)
28 17Chapter 6-Conclusion (pp.212-290)
   Brandow, John H. The Story of Old Saratoga: The Burgoyne Campaign to Which Is Added New York’s Share in the Revolution. (Brandow Printing Company, 1919).
28 18Chapter 9-10 (pp. 80-126)
28 19Chapter 11-13 (pp. 127-165)
28 20Chapter 14 (pp. 166-207)
28 21Chapter 4-5 (pp. 309-331) [excerpts]
28 22pp. 400-403, Chapter 3 (pp. 428-443), pp. 458-459 [excerpts]
28 23pp. 495-528 [excerpts]
28 24Brinton, Crane. “The Hazen Road.” Vermont Life, Vol. 9, No. 3, 1955, pp. 32-38.
28 25Brown, Wallace. “The View at Two Hundred Years: The Loyalists of the American Revolution.” Proceedings of the Antiquarian Society, Vol. 50, 1970, pp. 25-47.
28 26Bruford, Walter. Germany in the Eighteenth Century: The Social Background of the Literary Revival. (The University Press, 1965).
28 27Bryce, P.H. “The Quinte Loyalists of 1784.” Ontario Historical Society Papers and Records, Vol. 27, 1931, pp. 5-14.
28 28Burke, John. “Clerke Lineage.” A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire. 7th edition. (Henry Colburn Publisher, 1842).

Burke, John. “Clerke Lineage.” A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage together with Memoirs of the Privy Councilors and Knights. 43rd edition. (Harrison, 1881).

Burke, John. “Clerke Lineage.” A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage together with Memoirs of the Privy Councilors and Knights. 34th edition. (Harrison, 1872).
28 29Calhoon, Robert. The Loyalists in Revolutionary America 1760-1781. (New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., 1965).
28 30Carrington, Henry. Battles of the American Revolution. (New York Times, 1887).

Carsten, Francis. The Origins of Prussia. (University Press, 1954).
28 31Chapman, Frederick and John Elting. “The Brunswick Regiment of Dragoons.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 12, No. 1, 1960, pp. 17-19.

Charles, Sheila. The 1991 Mount Independence Junior Archaeology Program and Excavation of Site 203 (VT-AD-203). (Montpelier, VT. n.p. 1992).
29 1Charlton, Mary Fletcher. “The Crown Point Road (James Cross Diary).” Proceedings of the Vermont Historical Society, Vol. 2, No. 4, 1931, pp. 163-193.
29 2Child, Hamilton. “The Town of Orwell.” Gazetteer and Business Directory of Addison County for 1881-1882. n.p., 1882, pp. 46-51, 74-74, 182-183.

Churchill, Mary G. “The Historic Crown Point Road.” Rutland Daily Herald, 1967, pp. 8.
29 3Cokayne, George Edward. “Francis Carr Clerke.” Complete Baronetage. Vol. 3. (William Pollard and Company, Ltd., 1903).

Cokayne, George Edward. “Alexander Hume-Campbell.” Complete Peerage or a History of Lords and All Its Members from the Earliest Times. Vol. 4. (St. Catherine Press, 1926).
29 4Colliers. “The Hessians.” n.p. n.d.
29 5Copeland, Peter and Albert Haarmann. “The Provisional Chasseur Companies of Hesse-Cassel During the Revolutionary War.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 18, No. 1, 1966, pp. 11-13.

Cresswell, Donald. The Revolution, Drawings and Prints. (Library of Congress, 1975).
29 6Crockett, Walter Hill. Vermont: The Green Mountain State. Vol. 2. (Century History Company, Inc., 1921).
29 7Crown Point Road Association. Historical Markers of the Crown Point Road. Vermont. Crown Point Road Association, Inc., 1965.
29 8Cruickshank, E.A. (Brig-General). “The Adventures of Roger Stevens, a Forgotten Loyalist Pioneer in Upper Canada.” Ontario Historical Society Papers and Records, Vol. 33, 1939, pp. 11-38.

Cubbison, Douglas. “The Withdrawal from Ticonderoga and Mount Independence, November 1777”. 2007 Living History Expedition.
   De Fontblanque, Edward Barrington. Political and Military Episodes in the Latter Half of the Eighteenth Century Derived from the Life and Correspondence of the Right Hon. John Burgoyne, General, Statesman, Dramatist. (MacMillan and Company, 1876).
29 9Chapter 4 (pp. 106-206)
29 10Chapter 5-6 (pp. 207-496)
Chapter 7 (pp. 310-313)
Chapter 8 (pp. 376-383)
29 11Dipple, Horst. Germany and the American Revolution 1770-1800. Translated by Bernhard Uhlendorf. (Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina, 1977).
29 12Ditchfield, Rev. R.H. and William Page. The Victoria History of the Counties of England, Berkshire. Vol. 3. (London. Archibald Constable and Company, Ltd., 1907).
29 13Doblin, Helga. “The Case of the Musketeer Andreas Hasselmann.” Military Affairs, Vol. 51, 1984, pp. 73-74.

Drake, Samuel Adams. Burgoyne’s Invasion of 1777. (Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1889).
29 14Edgeworth, Anthony. The Guard. (Crown Publishers, Inc., 1981).
29 15Egly, T.W. The History of the First New York Regiment, 1775-1783. (Peter Randall Publisher, 1981).
   Elting, John R. The Battles of Saratoga. (Philip Freneau Press, 1977).
29 16Chapter 1-13 (pp. 1-43)
29 17Chapter 14-19 (pp. 43-92)
29 18Ferguson, Allan. “Trumpets, Bugles and Horns in North America, 1750-1815.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 36, No. 1, 1984, pp.  2-7.
29 19Fitch, Asa. Transactions of the New York State Agricultural Society, 1848. Vol. 8. (Albany, N.Y.: Weed, Parsons and Co., Public Printers, 1849).

Fitch, Asa. Their Own Voices: Accounts by Early Settlers. (Interlaken, N.Y.: Heart of the Lakes Publishing, 1983).
29 20Ford, Worthington Chauncey. British Officers Serving in the American Revolution 1774-1783. (Historical Printing Club, 1897).

Foster, Joseph. “Col. Nesbitt Balfour and Alexander Hume-Campbell.” Members of Parliament, Scotland, 1357-1882. (Hazell, Watson and Viney, 1882).
   Frey, Sylvia R. The British Soldier in America: A Social History of Military Life in the Revolutionary People. (Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press, 1981).
29 21Chapter 1-5 (pp. 1-111)
29 22Chapter 6 (pp. 112-211)
29 23Furcron, Thomas. “Mount Independence, 1776-1777.” The Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 9, No. 4, 1954, pp. 230-248.
29 24Furer, Howard B. The Germans in America 1607-1970: A Chronology and Fact Book. (Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.: Oceana Publications, Inc., 1973).
29 25Gagliardo, John C. From Pariah to Patriot: The Changing Image of the German Peasant 1770-1840. (Lexington, Ky: University Press of Kentucky, 1969).

Gerlach, Don R. “Philip Schuyler and the New York Frontier in 1781.” The New-York Historical Society Quarterly, Vol. 53, No. 1, 1969.  

Gifford, Stanley M. “A Brief Summary of Three Years Digging on the Orwell Site, Vermont.” The Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 8, No. 1, 1948.
   Glover, Michael. General Burgoyne in Canada and America. (Gordon and Cremonesi, 1976).
29 26Chapter 1-3 (pp. 1-58)
29 27Chapter 4-6 (pp. 59-106)
29 28Chapter 7-9 (pp. 107-245)
   Goodhue, Josiah F. History of the Town of Shoreham, Vermont. (A.H. Copeland, 1861).
30 1Chapter 1-7 (pp. 1-44)
30 2Chapter 8-20 (pp. 45-108)
30 3Chapter 21-29 (pp. 109-198)
30 4Gradish, Stephen. “The German Mercenaries in North America During the American Revolution: A Case Study.” Canadian Journal of History, Vol. 4, 1969, pp.  23-46.
30 5Greene, George W. The German Element in the War of American Independence. (Hurd and Houghton, 1876).
30 6Gresham Publishing Company. History and Biography of Washington County, New York. (Scotland: Gresham Publishing Company, 1894).
30 7Guthorn, Peter J. American Maps and Map Makers of the Revolution. (Philip Freneau Press, 1966).
30 8Guthorn, Peter J. British Maps of the American Revolution. (Philip Freneau Press, 1972).
30 9Haarmann, Albert. “The Royal Artillery and 62nd Regiment of Foot; Campaign Dress in North America, 1777.” Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, Vol. 54, No. 219, 1976, pp. 134-135.

Haarmann, Albert. “The Army of Brunswick and the Corps in North America, 1776-1777.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 16, No.  3, 1964, pp. 76-78.

Haarmann, Albert. “British, German, and Provincial Uniforms in the Revolution: Some Notes from Rivington’s North American List for 1783.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 14, No. 2, 1962, pp. 113-120.

Haarmann, Albert. “Notes on the Brunswick Troops in British Service during the American War of Independence.” Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, Vol. 48, 1970, pp. 140-145.

Haarmann, Albert. “The Friedrich von Germann Drawings of Troops in the American Revolution.”  Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 16, No. 1, 1964, pp. 1-9.
30 10Hagerman, Robert.  “Two Centuries of Ferryboating.” Vermont Life, Vol. 30, No. 4, 1976, pp.  22-25.
30 11Hamilton, Edward P. Fort Ticonderoga: Key to a Continent. (Little, Brown and Company, 1964).

Hamilton, Edward P. Lake Champlain and the Upper Hudson Valley. (Steinhour Press, 1959). 
30 12Hamilton, Tim Corew M. The Royal Norfolk Regiment, The 9th. (Leo Cooper Ltd., 1967).

Hargrove, Richard J. Jr. General John Burgoyne 1722-1777. (Durham, N.C.: Duke University, 1970).
30 13Hargrove, Richard J. Jr. General John Burgoyne. (Newark, Delaware: University of Delaware Press, 1983).
30 14Hemenway, Abby Maria. “Bridport” The Vermont Historical Gazetteer, Vol. 1, 1868, pp. 16-17.

Holst, Donald. “18th Century Accoutrements of the Royal Artillery.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 18, No. 2, 1966, pp. 43-47.
30 15Howson, Gerald. Burgoyne of Saratoga: A Biography. (New York Times Books, 1979).
   Jackman, Sydney. With Burgoyne from Quebec: An Account of the Life at Quebec and the Famous Battle at Saratoga. (MacMillan of Canada, 1963).
30 16(pp. 1-71)
30 17(pp. 72-149)
30 18(pp. 150-220)
30 19Kannik, Preben. Military Uniforms in Color. (MacMillan Publishing Company, Inc., 1968).
30 20Keegan, John. The Face of Battle. (New York: Viking Press, 1976).
30 21Kipping, Ernst. The Hessian View of America. (Philip Freneau Press, 1971).
30 22Knotel, Richard. “Geschichte de miitarischen Tracht (History of Military Dress).” Brunswickers in Canada. Vol. 8. 1897

Koch, A. Ulrich, Friedrich A. Schirmer and Peter Wacker. Uniformhelft 5. Die Deutchen Hilfstruppen im Amerikanischen Unabhangigkeitskrieg, 1775-1783 (The German Auxiliaries in the American War for Independence). n.p., 1963.  
30 23Krieger, Leonard. Kings and Philosophies 1689-1789. (New York: W.W. Norton and Company, 1970).

Krueger, John W. Troop Life at the Champlain Valley Forts during the American Revolution. (Dissertation. SUNY Albany. 1981).
30 24Lampee, Thomas. “The Missisqoui Loyalists.” Proceedings of the Vermont Historical Society, Vol. 6, No. 2, 1938, pp. 81-94.

Larter, Harry C. (Colonel). “German Troops with Burgoyne 1776-1777.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 9, No. 1, 1952, 13-24.
30 25Lefferts, Charles M. (Lieut.). Uniforms of the American, British and German Armies in the War of the American Revolution. (W.E. Inc., 1926).

Lefferts, Charles M. (Lieut.). “Paintings of Brunswickers.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 27, No. 3, 1965, pp. 95.
30 26Lewandoski, Jan Leo. “The Early House in Northeastern Vermont: Typical and Atypical Forms, 1770-1830.” Vermont History, Vol. 61, No. 1, 1993, pp. 18-40.
31 1Lewis, Dennis M. Batteaux on the Champlain Waterway, 1755-1783. August, 1983. (manuscript).
31 2Lobel, Mary. “The Hundred of Thame.” The Victoria History of the County of Oxford. Vol. 7. University of London, Institute of Historical Research by Oxford University Press, 1907.
31 3Lonergan, Carroll Vincent. Ticonderoga Historic Portage. (Fort Mount Hope Society Press, 1959).
31 4Lossing, Benson. The Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution. (New York: Harper and Brothers, 1851).
   Lowell, Edward J. The Hessians and the Other German Auxiliaries of Great Britain in the Revolutionary War. (Kennikat Press, 1965).
31 5Chapter 1-5 (pp. 1-57)
31 6Chapter 12-13, Appendix (pp. 136-151, 293-328)
   Lunt, James. John Burgoyne of Saratoga. (New York: Harcourt, Brace Jovanovich, 1975).
31 7Chapter 1-5 (pp. 1-44)
31 8Chapter 6-11 (pp. 45-131)
31 9Chapter 12-17 (pp. 132-215)
31 10Chapter 18-21 (pp. 216-290)
31 11Chapter 22-Epilogue (pp. 291-369)
31 12Macintyre, Susan. H. and Sanford S. Witherell. A Genealogical Register of the Early Families of Shoreham, Vermont. (Academy Books, 1984).
   Mackesy, Piers. The War for America, 1775-1783. (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1964).
31 13(pp. 1-53)
31 14(pp. 54-143)
31 15(pp. 144-233)
31 16(pp. 234-266)
31 17Maguire, J. Robert. “Hands Cove: Rendezvous of Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys for the Capture of Fort Ticonderoga.” Vermont Life, Vol. 33, 1965.
31 18Maguire, Robert. “Rifles, Rebels and Redcoats.” Sheldon Museum Newsletter, Vol. 9, No. 1, 1988.
31 19Maine, Henry Clay. The Burgoyne Campaign: Bemis Heights, Sept. 19th and Oct. 7, 1777; Hauver Island and its Fortifications. (Troy, N.Y.: Troy Whig Publishing Company, 1877).
31 20Maurice, Frederick B. (Maj. Gen.). History of the Scots Guards. (London: Chatto and Windus, 1934).
31 21May, Robin. The British Army in North America, 1775-1783. Men-at-Arms Series No. 39. (London: Reed International Books Ltd., 1974).
   Mintz, Max. The Generals at Saratoga. (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press. 1990).
31 22Chapter 12-17 (pp. 131-199)
31 23Chapter 18-20 (pp. 200-278)
31 24Mollo, John. Uniforms of the American Revolution. (Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 1975, 1991).
31 25Murray, Eleanor. “American Troops at Ticonderoga and Mount Independence at the Time of the Evacuation.”Museum Notes. Bulletin of Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 7, No. 6, 1947, pp. 20.  

Murray, Eleanor. “Mount Independence in Time of Peace, 1783-1960.” Vermont History, Vol. 35, No. 2, 1948, pp. 109-119.

Murray, Eleanor. “The Burgoyne Campaign.” Bulletin of Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 8, No. 1, 1948, pp. 4-22.
31 26Murray, James A. The New English Dictionary on Historical Principles. III (D-E). (Clarendon Press, 1897).

Murtagh, Patrick. The Mission of the Hessian Troops on the East Bay, July 1777. (S.n.: s.p. 1985).
31 27Nangel, Benjamin. “Alexander Hume-Campbell.” The Gentleman’s Magazine: Biographical and Obituary Notes 1781-1819, An Index. (Garland Publishing, Inc., 1980).
32 1Neilson, Charles. An Original Compiled and Corrected Account of Burgoyne’s Campaign, and the Memorable Battles of Bemis Heights, September 19 and October 7, 1777. (Kennikat Press, 1844, 1926).
32 2Neilson, Peter. “The Battle of Diamond Island.” Proceedings of the New York State Historical Association, Vol. 20, 1922, pp. 36-53.
   Nickerson, Hoffman. The Turning Point of the Revolution, or Burgoyne in America. (Houghton Mifflin, 1927).
32 3(pp. 1-101)
32 4(pp. 102-165)
32 5(pp. 433-492)
32 6Orwell Historical Society. A History of the Town of Orwell, Vermont. (Orwell Historical Society. 1988).
32 7Padeni, Scott. “John Brown’s Attack on Diamond Island, Lake George.” The Lake George Nautical Newsletter, Vol. 3, No. 2, 1994, pp. 1, 5, 8.

Page, William. The Victoria History of the County of Buckingham. (London. St. Catherine Press, 1925). Vol. 3. pp.  32-33, 231-33, 257-58; 1927, Vol. 4. pp. 22-23, 102-03.
32 8Pancake, John S. 1777: The Year of the Hangman. (Tuscaloosa, Alabama: University of Alabama Press, 1977).

Paul, Sir James Balfour. “The Scots Peerage Founded on Wood’s Edition of Sir Robert Douglas’s Peerage of Scotland”. Vol. VI. (David Douglas. 1909).

Parrott, Virginia. “Fort Ann’s Position in the War Path of America.” Fort Ann Post, 1994, pp. 14.

Pell, Robert. “John Brown and the Dash for Ticonderoga.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1930, pp. 22-40.
32 9Ranlet, Philip. The New York Loyalists. (Knoxville, Tenn.: University of Tennessee Press, 1986).

Ray, Frederick and John Elting. “Military Dress: The Brunswick Infantry Regiment von Rhetz.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 27, No. 2, 1965, pp. 49.  
32 10Regimental Histories
“War Diary of the 29th Regiment, n.d.”; “History of the 29th Regiment, Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters Regiment, n.d.”; pp. 85-93. Correspondence: LT. Col. C.E. Potts, March 27th 1997.

“Records of the 20th Regiment, n.d.”; “History of the 20th Regiment, n.d.”, Chapter 12, pp. 80-93, appendix. Lancashire, Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. Correspondence: Maj. J. Mc Q. Halliam, April 14, 1992; Ray, Cyril. The Lancashire Fusiliers. London. Les Cooper, Ltd., 1971.

“Journal of the 9th Regiment, n.d.”; “History of the Norfolk Regiment, n.d.” Chapter 7, pp. 83-102. Correspondence: Maj. W.H. Reeve, March 26, 1992.

“Journal of the 31st Regiment, n.d.”; “The East Surrey Regiment, n.d.”; The 31st Regiment of the Queen’s Royal Surrey, n.d.”, Chapter 4, pp. 46-55. Correspondence: Richard Ford, Curator. March 26, 1992.
32 11Reynolds, Thomas H. “Mount Independence under the Aegis of the Vermont Board”. Vermont History, Vol. 35, No.2, 1967, pp. 120-131.

Richardson, William. A List of Some Distinguished Persons Educated at Abingdon School. (University of Oxford, 1905).

Riley. “West Bridport and the Lake Champlain Ferries.” Course Paper at LCCC, student, Bridport, VT,  n.d.
32 12Rosengarten, J.G. The German Allied Troops in the North American War of Independence. (Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969).
32 13Rosengarten, J.G. Sources of History: A Paper Read before the German-American Historical Society of New York and the Pionier-Verein of Philadelphia. (Press of Wm. F. Fell and Company, 1892).
32 14Rosengarten, J.G. “American History from German Archives. Read before the American Philosophical Society, April 16, 1900.” American Philosophical Society, Vol. 39, No. 162, 1900, pp. 1-26.
32 15Rossie, Jonathan. The Politics of Command in the American Revolution. (Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 1975).
32 16Rudé, George. Europe in the Eighteenth Century. (Praeger Publishers, 1972).
32 17Salsig, Doyen. Parole: Quebec; Countersign: Ticonderoga. Second New Jersey Regimental Orderly Book 1776. (Madison, N.J.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1980).
32 18Salzman, L.F. “A History of Warwickshire.” The Victoria History of the County of Warwick. Vol. 5. Kingston Hundred. Published for the University of London Institute of Historical Research by the Oxford University Press, 1949.

Schwalm, Mark A. The Hessians: Auxiliaries to the British Crown in the American Revolution. The Pennsylvania Chapter, Palatines to America, 1984.
32 19Shy, John. A People Numerous and Armed: Reflections on the Military Struggle for American Independence. (Oxford University Press, 1976).

Shy, John. Toward Lexington: The Role of the British Army in the Consequence of the American Revolution. (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1965).
32 20Smith, Henry P. History of Addison County, Vermont. (D. Mason and Company, Publishers, 1886).
32 21Smith, Henry P. History of Addison County, Vermont. (D. Mason and Company, Publishers, 1886). (copy)
32 22Starbuck, David R. Mount Independence and the American Revolution, 1776-1777, Orwell, Vermont. Vermont Division for Historic Preservation, 1991.

Starbuck, David R. “The American Headquarters for the Battle of Saratoga.” Northeast Historical Archaeology, Vol. 17, 1988, pp. 16-39.
32 23Stephen, Leslie and Sidney Lee (edited by). “Balfour”, “Clerke” and “Alexander Campbell.” Dictionary of the National Biography, From the Earliest Times to 1900. Vol. I. (Oxford University Press, 1949).
   Stone, William. The Campaign of Lieut. Gen. John Burgoyne and the Expedition of Lieut. Col. Barry St. Leger. (Boston, Mass.: DeCapo Press, 1970).
32 24(pp. 8-69)
33 1(pp. 70-135)
33 2(pp. 225-313)
33 3(pp. 314-395)
33 4(pp. 406-461)
   Stone, William. Visits to the Saratoga Battle-Grounds, 1780-1880, with an Introduction and Notes. (Kennikat Press, 1895, 1970).
33 5(pp. 15-109)
33 6(pp. 110-211)
33 7(pp. 212-287)
33 8(pp. 288-344)
33 9Swart House. “The Derick Swart House, Stillwater, New York.” Notes from Stillwater Historical Society file. Elizabeth Abel, Historian, June 9, 1994. Notes from Nathanial Sylvester History of Saratoga County, New York, 1878. (Interlaken, N.Y.: Heart of the Lakes Publishing, 1979).
33 10Thompson, Charles Miner. Independent Vermont. (Houghton Mifflin Company, 1942).
33 11Thompson, Zadock. “Bridport”. Gazetteer of the State of Vermont. (E.P. Walton, Printer, 1824)

Trickey, Earle. “Keeping Tradition Alive.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 30, No. 1, 1978, pp. 37-41.

Upham, George B. “Burgoyne’s Great Mistake.” New England Quarterly, Vol. 3, No. 4, 1930, pp.  657-679.
33 12Valentine, Alan. “Hugh Hume-Campbell (Lord Polwarth)”. The British Establishment 1760-1784: An Eighteenth Century Biographical Dictionary. (University of Oklahoma, 1970).

Vermont.  Secretary of State. “Bridport (pp. 41),” “Orwell (pp. 115-116),” “Shoreham (pp. 133-134).” Index to the Papers of the Surveyors-General. State Papers of Vermont. Vol. 1. (Tuttle Company, 1918).
33 13Wallace, Willard M. “The British Occupation of Fort Ticonderoga, 1777.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 8, No. 7, 1951, pp.  301-320.
33 14Ward, Christopher. The War of the Revolution. Vol. 1. (MacMillan, 1952).
33 15Watson, Winslow C. Pioneer History of the Champlain Valley: Being an Account of the Settlement of the Town of Willsborough by William Gilliland, Together with His Journal and Other Papers, and a Memoir, and Historical and Illustrative Notes. (Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell, 1863).

Watt, Gavin K. Poisoned by Lies and Hypocrisy: America’s First Attempt at Bringing Liberty to Canada 1775-1776. (Dundurn, 2014).
33 16Weinmeister, Oscar K. Jr. “The Hessian Grenadier Battalions in North America, 1776-1783.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 27, No. 4, 1975, pp. 149-152.
   Wheeler, Joseph L. and Mabel Wheeler. The Mount Independence-Hubbardton 1776 Military Road. (J.L. Wheeler, 1968).
33 17(pp. 88-207)
33 18(pp. 208-351)
33 19Wheeler, Joseph L. and Mabel Wheeler. The Hubbardton Military Road. Second Draft, 1949. (manuscript with New York State Library, Albany, N.Y.: 973.3332,qW563)
33 20Wheeler, Joseph L. and Mabel Wheeler. The Crown Point Road: Shoreham. First draft for corrections and additions, September 10, 1958. Wheeler Documents, Vermont Historical Society.
33 21Wheeler, Joseph L. and Mabel Wheeler. “The Mount Independence-Hubbardton 1776 Military Road. 1: Related to Early Roads, Mount Independence.” Vermont History, Vol. 27, No. 2, 1959, 88-122.
33 22Wheeler, Joseph L. and Mabel Wheeler. “The Mount Independence-Hubbardton 1776 Military Road. 2: Building the Road. Route, Orwell to Battlefield.” Vermont History, Vol. 27, No. 3 1959, pp. 194-227.
33 23Wilkinson, James (General). Memoirs of My Own Times. Vol. 1. (Abraham Small, 1816).

Williams, John A. “Mount Independence in Time of War.” Vermont History, Vol. 35, No. 2, 1967, pp.  89-108.
33 24Windrow, Martin and Gerry Embleton. Military Dress of North America 1665-1970. (Charles Schriber’s Sons, 1973).

Winsor, Justin (edited by.). “Narrative and Critical History of America”. Vol. I, VI. Part I. pp. 353-354. The United States of North America. (Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1888).

Missing “Secondary Articles”

The articles in this table were included in the bibliography Dr. Kingsley created but are not present in SC23356.

   Calver, William. “The American Army Button of the War of the Revolution.” New York Historical Association Quarterly Bulletin, Vol. 5, No. 4, 1922, pp. 91-103.
   Calver, William. “The British Army Button in the American Revolution. Part I.” New York Historical Association Quarterly Bulletin, Vol. 7, No. 1, 1923, pp. 10-23.
   Calver, William. “The British Army Button in the American Revolution. Part II.” New York Historical Association Quarterly Bulletin, Vol. 7, No. 2, 1923, pp. 44-58.
   Calver, William. “Belt Plates and Badges of the British Army in the American Revolution.” New York Historical Association Quarterly Bulletin, Vol. 8, No. 4, 1925, pp. 91-108.
   Calver, William L. “Discoveries Made in British Camps of the American Revolution.” New York State Historical Association Quarterly Journal, Vol. 8, 1927, pp. 133-142.
   Chambers, William. Atlas of Lake Champlain 1779-1780. (Vermont Heritage Press, 1984).
   Cruickshank, E.A. (Brig.-General). “The King’s Royal Regiment of New York.” Ontario Historical Society Papers and Records, Vol. 27, 1931, pp.193-323.
   Dunningham, Brian. “Traces of the 10th Regiment on the Great Lakes, 1772-1774.” Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 27, No. 3, 1975, pp. 128.
    Fisher, Carleton E. Soldiers, Sailors, and Patriots of the Revolutionary War- Vermont. (Picton Press, 1992).
   Hall, Hiland. “Vermont in the Campaign of 1777.” The History of Vermont, from its Discovery to Its Admission into the Union in 1791. (Albany, N.Y.: Joel Munsell, 1868).
   Peckman, Mark. Wiawaka Bateaux Site Cluster. National and State Registers. Nomination. New York State Division for Historic Preservation, 1992.
   Pell, Steven. “Relics from the Past Found at Fort Ticonderoga.” Bulletin of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum, Vol. 8, No. 4, 1949, pp. 162-169.
   Pettengill, [Ray W.?]. Letters from America [1776-1779?]
   Roberts, James. New York in the Revolution as Colony and State. (Press of Brandow Printing, 1898).
   Sellers, John, et. al. Manuscript Sources in the Library of Congress for Research on the American Revolution. (Library of Congress, 1975).
   Wilson, James and John Fishe (editors). Appleton’s Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. V. (D. Appleton and Company, 1888).

Series 21: German Auxiliaries Project Maps

Most of the maps are of Fort Ticonderoga illustrating the campaigns carried out by General Burgoyne and his troops against the fort.  Also included are maps of one of the properties excavated by Kingsley and his team, the Jackson property.

Box Folder Description
34 1Addison County, Vermont, n.d.
34 2Bellico, Russel P. “Fort Ticonderoga” Lake Champlain, n.d.
34 3“Boot Region”  Orwell, Vermont, n.d.
34 4Crown Point, n.d.
34 5Crown Point and Fort Ticonderoga, n.d.
34 6Faden, William. Burgoyne Map in State of Expedition, 1780.
34 7Fort Ticonderoga and Mount Independence, 1777.
34 8General Burgoyne’s Plan of Encampment, 1777.
34 9Hadden, James. “Map of Ticonderoga Battle” Hadden’s Journal, 1777.
34 10Hessian Plans of Action, July-August, 1777.
34 11Key for Military Symbols, 1822.
34 12Kitchen, Thomas. Abercrombie’s Attack on Ticonderoga, 1772, 1775.
34 13Larrabee Point, Jackson Property, n.d.
34 14Nickerson. Turning Point, 1927.
34 15Nielson, Charles. Battle of Bemis Heights, 1777.
34 16Saratoga Maps, 1851, 1924.
34 17St. Clair, Arthur. Trial Map of Ticonderoga.
34 18Starke, John. American Attempt to Recapture Mount Independence and Ticonderoga, 1777.
34 19Survey Maps of Chittenden and Addison Counties, n.d.
34 20Topographical: Ticonderoga, n.d.
34 21Wheeler, Joseph L. Fort Ticonderoga, 1777.
34 22Wintersmith. Fort Ticonderoga, 1777.
   Oversized Topographical Maps
EL 1United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey. Bridport VT. Map. [ca. 1:24000]. Denver, Colorado, 1972. Print.

United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey. Crown Point, NY. Map. [ca.1:24000]. Denver, Colorado, 1950. Print.

United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey. Orwell, VT. Map. [ca. 1:24000], 1949. Print.

United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey. Orwell, VT. Map. [ca. 1:24000], 1949. Print.

United States Department of the Army Corps of Engineers. Port Henry, NY. Map. [ca. 1:62500], 1945. Print.

United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey. Ticonderoga NY-VT. Map. [ca. 1:24000], 1950. Print.
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