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Author: Wilson John:
Title: Chorley Church

Book Description: 1914. 246 pages. Small 8vo. Illustrated and with good foldingpedigrees at the rear.

This is a detailed history of the old parish church of Chorley in Lancashire.

Eleanor Johnson - THE STANDISH FAMILY..

 

Bill Walker  - Duxbury in Decline  1756 - 1932. (Lancashire England)

 

Jim Heyes  - A History of CHORLEY.  (Lancashire England)

 

 

M. D. SMITH  - ADLINGTON and District Lancashire. (includes the Duxbury Hall Estate Lancashire England)

 

George Birtill - FOLLOW  ANY STREAM. ( Chorley and District including the Manor of Duxbury Lancashire England)

 

J. Richard Houston - Numbering the Survivors.

 

Author: Mason. Rev Thomas. W. and Rev B. Nightingale.
Title: New Light On The Pilgrim Story
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Book Description: 14 x 22 cms. 176pp.. Illustrated with 41 b/w plates plus colour frontis
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Author: PORTEUS, Thomas Cruddas, The Rev.
Title: Calendar of the Standish Deeds, 1230-1575

Book Description: 8vo. xiv, 156pp, errata slip tipped-in

 

Author: PORTEUS, T.C
Title: A History of the Parish of Standish, Lancashire.
Book Description: pp.912, numerous illustrations.

 

Author: Porteus, Rev. Thomas Cruddas
Title: Captain Myles Standish : His Lost Lands and Lancashire
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Book Description: Black cloth hardcover, silver titles to spine. 115 pages; occasionally illustrated in b/w; tissue-guarded frontispiece. Scarce biography - in any impression - of Myles Standish which, as the subtitle implies, examines his background and origins rather than dwells on his exploits in the colonisation of the New World. The author was vicar of St. John the Divine in Coppull, Lancashire.

Author: GREGSON, Matthew.:
Title: LANCASHIRE. Portfolio of Fragments relative to the History and Antiquities of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster.

Book Description: Pp x (2) 302 + cviii.1 page split into engraved area, repaired. Portrait frontis. Engraved Title.19 full page engraved plates, some folding.. Large folding pedigree, Engraved text and vignette Illustrations throughout. Hundreds of coats of arms of the towns and the principle families.

 

Author: BARTLETT, WH
Title: THE PILGRIM FATHERS; OR, THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND

 

Book Description: The history of the American Forefathers as they flee their homeland of England due to the religious intolerance during the reign of James the First (1603 - 1625 AD). Detailing their origins and lives in England, religious leaders and beliefs, their suffering and persecution in England and escape to Holland. The conditions in Holland during their exile and finally their emigration on the Mayflower to the New World, and the hardships of settlement. Also providing Pilgrim character, localities, leadership, etc. Bartlett's sources were gathered from many early publications connected to different localities, along with penned memorials; however his chief source are the original chronicles of the Pilgrims, collected by Mr. Young, of Boston, Old Colony records, researches of Mr. Sumner at Leyden, etc. Illustrated with 28 steel engravings, and 31 woodcuts. Various engravings listed: Delft-Haven, (frontispiece); Scrooby; Mayflower at Cape Cod; Portrait of Winslow; Province town; Leyden, View from Town Hall; Old Houses, Boston; Dutch Shipping; Burial Hill; Leyden Street; The Jerusalem Hof; Standish Chapel and Pew; King Henry's Gun, Southampton; Burial Hill, etc. Woodcuts: Map of Leyden; Map of Cape Cod; Fuller Cradle; Costume of Pilgrims; Old Windowpane; Major Bradford's Tombstone; Winslow's Coat of Arms; Dutch Peasantry; Old Ship; Dutch Bible, etc. Original stamped brown cloth, ornate gilt title to front board and spine.

 

Author: Austin, Jane G.
Title: Standish of Standish: A Story of the Pilgrims

Book Description: 1st Edition. Impressively illustrated with a frontis and endpaper maps.

 

Author: Weare, G. E.
Title: Cabot's Discovery of North America

Book Description: 343 pages. Illustrated b& w plates with tissue guards. Maroon cloth, gilt title.

 

Author: Bradford, William, Winslow, Edward, Cushman, Robert
Title: The journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth [in New England]

 A relation or journal of the beginning and proceedings of the English plantation settled at Pilmoth in New England, by certaine English aduenturers both merchants and others . London, Printed for I. Bellamie, and are to be sold at his shop at the Two greyhounds in Cornhill neere the Royall exchange. 1622. The main part of the narrative was probably written by William Bradford and Edward Winslow. G. Mourt (George Morton?) by whose name the relation is commonly known, seems to have had no other connection with it than that of writing the preface and giving the book to the press. cf. Young, A. Chronicles of the Pilgrim fathers, Boston, 1841, p. [109]-249. "Certaine vsefvl advertisements sent in a letter written by a discreete friend vnto the planters in New England, at thier first setting saile from Sounthampton" (p. [19]-[22]) signed: I.R. [John Robinson]. "A letter sent from New-England to a friend in these parts, setting forth a briefe and true declaration of the worth of that plantation" (p. [95]-98) signed: E.W. [Edward Winslow]. "Reasons & considerations touching the lawfulnesse of remouing out of England into the parts of America" (p. [101]-108) signed: R.C. [Robert Cushman]. Commissioning organisation: With historical and local illustrations of providences, principles, and persons: by George B. Cheever, D.D. xi, p., 1 l., [5]-369 p. 20 cm. Associated Names: Bradford, William,. Associated Names: Winslow, Edward,. Associated Names: Cushman, Robert,. Associated Names: Robinson, John,. Associated Names: Cheever, George Barrell,. Associated Dates: 1590-1657. Associated Dates: 1595-1655. Associated Dates: d. 1625. Associated Dates: 1575?-1625. Associated Dates: 1807-1890.

 

Author: Johnson, Henry
Title: The Exploits of Myles Standish.

 

Author: Justin Winsor
Title: A HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF DUXBURY, MASSACHUSETTS
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Book Description: Duxbury was settled in 1632 by the people of Plymouth and was named in homage to Captain Standish's English estate, Duxbury Hall. This extensive history covers civil and military topics including: settlement; highways, with a list of early surveyors; ancient landmarks; the town's commons, with names of the proprietors (1690-1749); bounties and fines; Philip's War; the Charter of 1691; the Stamp Act; the Revolution, with biographical sketches of soldiers; and ordinaries. Also included are sections on local Indian tribes and a list of town officers. More than 200 families are mentioned in the genealogical register. (1849)

 

Author: Weis, Frederick Lewis
Title: The Families of Standish of Standish Parish Lancashire

Book Description: Paperback. Also families of Standish of Duxbury, Arley, Ormskirk, Gathurst, Croston, Park Brook and Wantage, Prescott of Standish and Prescott of Driby. 77 pages.

 

Author: Weise, Arthur James
Title: The discoveries of America to the year 1525
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Bookseller Book No.: 7450
Book Description: First edition. 8vo, xii, 380pp. 12 maps in the rear pocket

 

Author: Pory, John; Altham, Emmanuel; De Rasieres, Isaack
Title: Three Visitors to Early Plymouth:  Letters -

Book Description: Hard Cover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

 

Author: Morison, Samuel Eliot   USA
Title: Builders of the Bay Colony


 

Author: Bradford, William   USA
Title: Of Plymouth Planation 1620 – 1647

 

Author: Standish, Myles
Title: The Standishes of America.

 

 

Author: Huiginn, E. J. V.
Title: THE GRAVES OF MYLES STANDISH AND OTHER PILGRIMS
Book Description: 12mo, olive cloth, 218pp. An interesting book involving the discovery of Standish's long lost grave. Some of the descendants were in attendance and their large shaped skulls were said to be similar to the head in the grave

 

Author: David Quinn and Alison M. Quinn,

Title: THE ENGLISH NEW ENGLAND VOYAGES 1602 - 1608
Book Description: The publication of the narrative accounts of the voyages of Gosnold (1602) and Waymouth (1605) opened up for English readers what was then known as Norumbega, the later New England. They are the first documents of the exploration of that region to have been published since that of Verrazzano's voyage (1524). 580pp.

 

 

 BIBLIOGRAPHICAL AND REFERENCE WORKS - Early America.

A. GENERAL WORKS

 

AMMERMAN, DAVID L. and PHILIP D. MORGAN, comps. Books About Early America:

2001 Titles. Williamsburg, Va.: Institute of Early American History and Culture, 1989, 126

pp. (YA.1990.b.8262)

 

FARAGHER, JOHN M., ed. The Encyclopedia of Colonial and Revolutionary America.

New York: Da Capo, 1996, 484 pp. (YA.1998.b.6425)

 

GALLAY, ALAN, ed. Colonial Wars of North America, 1512-1763: An Encyclopedia.

New York and London: Garland, 1996, 856 pp. (YC.1997.b.1313)

 

MORRIS, RICHARD B. Historiography of America, 1600-1800, as Represented in the

Publications of Columbia University Press. New York: Columbia University Press, 1933,

30 pp. (11904.bbb.45)

 

PHILLIPS, LEONA R. Colonial Days and the American Revolutionary Period: An

Annotated Bibliography. New York: Gordon Press, 1977, 156 pp. (X.800/28513)

 

RAIMO, JOHN W. Biographical Dictionary of American Colonial and Revolutionary

Governors, 1607-1789. Westport, Conn.: Meckler, 1980, 521 pp. (X.520/32662)

 

VAUGHAN, ALDEN T., comp. The American Colonies in the Seventeenth Century. New

York: Appleton-Century-Crofts Educational Div., Meredith Co., 1971, 147 pp.

(X.700/13141)

 

B. HOLDINGS OF BRITISH INSTITUTIONS

 

ANDREWS, CHARLES M. and FRANCES G. DAVENPORT. Guide to the Manuscript

Materials for the History of the United States to 1783, in the British Museum, in Minor

London Archives and in the Libraries of Oxford and Cambridge. Washington, D.C.:

Carnegie Institution, pub. no. 90, 1908, 499 pp. (Ac.1866; HLR973.016 BB.0.e.3;

OPL973.0094)

 

ANDREWS, CHARLES M. Guide to the Materials for American History, to 1783, in the

Public Record Office of Great Britain. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution, 1912-1914.

(HLR973.016)

 

BATCHELLOR, ALBERT S., ed. A List of Documents in the Public Record Office in

London, England, Relating to the Province of New Hampshire. Manchester, N.H.: New

Hampshire Historical Society Collections, vol. 10, 1893, 557 pp. (Ac.8415)

 

DAVIES, K. G., ed. Calendar of State Papers: Colonial Series: America and West Indies,

Preserved in the Public Record Office. Vol. 45. London: HMSO, 1994. (BS.33/26)

 


 

GRIFFIN, GRACE G. A Guide to Manuscripts Relating to American History in British

Repositories. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1946, 313 pp. (2719.x.1419;

9616.i.16; A.S.285/35)

 

HIGHAM, CHARLES S. S. The Colonial Entry-Books: A Brief Guide to the Colonial

Records in the Public Record Office before 1696. London: Society for Promoting Christian

Knowledge, 1921, 48 pp. (W.P.4928/45)

 

MANROSS, WILLIAM W., comp. The Fulham Papers in the Lambeth Palace Library:

American Colonial Section Calendar and Indexes. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1965, 524 pp.

(2764.m.22)

 

RAIMO, JOHN W., ed. A Guide to the Manuscripts Relating to America in Great Britain

and Ireland. London: Meckler for the British Association for American Studies, 1979, 467

pp. (HLR973.016)

 

SALLEY, A. S., ed. Records in the British Public Record Office Relating to South Carolina,

1663-1684. 5 vols. Atlanta, Ga.: Historical Commission of South Carolina, 1928-1947.

(Mic.A.9390)

 

VIRGINIA COMMITTEE ON COLONIAL RECORDS. The British Public Record Office:

History, Description, Record Groups, Finding Aids and Materials for American History with

Special Reference to Virginia. Richmond, Va.: Virginia State Library, 1960, 178 pp. (OPL

973.0094)

 

VIRGINIA COMMITTEE ON COLONIAL RECORDS. Virginia Colonial Records Project:

A Cooperative Survey of Manuscript Sources in Overseas Repositories for Virginia History,

1607-1780. Richmond, Va.: Virginia State Library, 1956. (2764.mv.1)

 

C. CONTEMPORARY IMPRINTS

 

ALDEN, JOHN, ed. European Americana: A Chronological Gude to Works Printed in

Europe Relating to the America, 1493-1776. New York: Readex Books, 1980.

(X.0955/157)

 

EVANS, CHARLES T. American Bibliography: A Chronological Dictionary of All Books,

Pamphlets and Periodical Publications Printed in the United States of America from the

Genesis of Printing in 1630 down to and Including the Year 1820. 14 vols. Chicago, 1903-

1959. (HLR015.73)

 

HILDEBURN, CHARLES S. R. List of the Publications Issued in Pennsylvania, 1685 to

1759. Philadelphia: Collins, 1882, 63 pp. (011903.b.104)

 

SABIN, JOSEPH, WILBERFORCE EAMES and R. W. G. VAIL. A Dictionary of Books

Relating to America, from Its Discovery to the Present Time. 29 vols. New York: Sabin,

1868-1936. (HLR970; 2774.aa.1)

 

SHIPTON, CLIFFORD K., ed. Early American Imprints, 1639-1800. New York: Readex

Microprint Corp., 1956. (Cup.901.a.1)

 


 

SHIPTON, CLIFFORD K. and JAMES E. MOONEY, eds. National Index of American

Imprints through 1800: The Short-Title Evans. Worcester, Mass.: American Antiquarian

Society and Barre Pub., 1969, 1028 pp. (HLR015.73; 2712.laa.53; 2706.l.6)

 

SIMMONS, R. C. British Imprints Relating to North America, 1621-1760: An Annotated

Checklist. London: The British Library, 1996, 395 pp. (2725.g.2253; RAR970)

 

SMITH, HILDA L. and SUSAN CARDINABE. Women and the Literature of the

Seventeenth Century: An Annotated Bibliography Based on Wing's Short-title Catalogue.

New York: Greenwood, 1990, 332 pp. (YA.1994.b.3928)

 

UNITED STATES LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. The National Union Catalog: Pre-1956

Imprints. London and Chicago: Mansell, 1968. (HLL 018.3)

 

WING, DONALD. Short-title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, Ireland,

Wales and British America and of English Books Printed in Other Countries, 1641-1700. 3

vols. 2nd ed., New York: Modern Language Association, 1994. (HLR015.41)

 


 

GENERAL STUDIES

 

ABBOT, WILLIAM W. The Colonial Origins of the United States, 1607-1763. New York:

Wiley, 1975, 134 pp. (X.809/21130)

 

ANDREWS, CHARLES M. The Colonial Period of American History. 4 vols. New Haven,

Conn.: Yale University Press, 1934-1937. (Ac.2692.mhc.(9.)); New Haven, Conn., and

London: Yale University Press, 1964. (X.708/466)

 

ANDREWS, CHARLES M. Our Earliest Colonial Settlements: Their Diversities of Origin

and Later Characteristics. New York: New York University Press, 1933, 179 pp.

(Ac.2686.cb.(2.)); Ithaca, N.Y.: Great Seal Books, 1959, 179 pp. (9043.eee.30)

 

BARCK, OSCAR T. and HUGH T. LEFLER. Colonial America. 2nd ed. New York:

Macmillan; London: Collier-Macmillan, 1968, 753 pp. (X.700/3075)

 

BEER, GEORGE L. The Old Colonial System, 1660-1754. 2 vols. New York: Macmillan,

1912. (09504.k.10)

 

BENES, PETER, ed. New England’s Creatures, 1400-1900. Boston: Boston University,

1995, 216 pp. (DSC 3630.932 vol. 18 1993)

 

BENES, PETER, ed. Foodways in the Northeast: Conference on Diet, Food Preparation

and Cooking in the Pre-industrial American Northeast. Boston: Boston University, 1984,

144 pp. (DSC 3630.932 1982)

 

BILLINGTON, RAY A., ed. The Reinterpretation of Early American History: Essays in

Honor of John Edwin Pomfret. San Marino, Calif.: Huntington Library and Gallery, 1969,

286 pp. (X.700/4134)

 

BOLTON, HERBERT E. and THOMAS M. MARSHALL. The Colonization of North

America, 1492-1783. New York: Macmillan, 1920, 609 pp. (9551.c.37)

 

BOORSTIN, DANIEL J. The Americans. Vol. 1, The Colonial Experience. New York:

Random House, 1958, 434 pp. (10078.c.22); Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1965, 487 pp.

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BREEN, T. H. Puritans and Adventurers: Change and Persistence in Early America. New

York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1980, 270 pp. (X.529/51137; X.958/31209)

 

BRIDENBAUGH, CARL. The Beginnings of the American People. 2 vols. New York:

Oxford University Press, 1968-1972. (X.0700/214); vol. 1. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1968.

(X.0700/193)

 

BRIDENBAUGH, CARL. Early Americans. New York and Oxford: Oxford University

Press, 1981, 281 pp. (X.809/48854)

 


 

BURTON, RICHARD [NATHANIEL CROUCH]. A Seventeenth Century Survey of

America. 3rd ed. San Francisco, Calif.: Sutro Branch, California State Library, 1940, 124

pp. (W.P.1879/18)

 

CAMPBELL, DOUGLAS. The Puritan in Holland, England and America: An Introduction

to American History. 2 vols. New York and London: Harper, 1893. (2398.c.8)

 

CANNY, NICHOLAS and ANTHONY PAGDEN, eds. Colonial Identity in the Atlantic

World, 1500-1800. Princeton, N.J., and Guildford: Princeton University Press, 1987, 290 pp.

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CHAPIN, BRADLEY, ed. Provincial America, 1600-1763. New York: Free Press; London:

Collier-Macmillan, 1966, 294 pp. (X.0709/78.(1.))

 

CLARKE, MARY P. Parliamentary Privilege in the American Colonies. New Haven,

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(Ac.2692.md/3)

 

CLOUGH, CECIL H. and P. E. H. HAIR, eds. The European Outthrust and Encounter: The

First Phase, c.1400-c.1700: Essays in Tribute to David Beers Quinn on his 85th Birthday.

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CRAVEN, WESLEY F. The Colonies in Transition, 1660-1713. New York: Harper and

Row, 1968, 363 pp. (W.P.C.131/37; X.709/6813)

 

CUMMING, W. P., S. E. HILLIER, D. B. QUINN and G. WILLIAMS. The Exploration of

North America, 1630-1776. London: Elek, 1974, 272 pp. (X.805/299)

 

DAVIES, K. G. The North Atlantic World in the Seventeenth Century. Minneapolis:

University of Minnesota Press; London: Oxford University Press, 1974, 366 pp.

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DEMOS, JOHN, ed. Remarkable Providences: Readings on Early American History.

Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1991, 455 pp. (YA.1993.b.8964)

 

DOYLE, JOHN A. The English in America. 5 vols. London: Longmans, 1882-1907.

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EGGLESTON, EDWARD. The Beginners of a Nation: A History of the Source and Rise of

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of the People. London: D. Appleton, 1896, 377 pp. (9555.bb.20); London: Longmans,

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FORCE, PETER. Tracts and Other Papers, Relating Principally to the Origin, Settlement

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GOODMAN, PAUL, ed. Essays on American Colonial History. 2nd ed. New York: Holt,

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GREENE, JACK P. Interpreting Early America: Historiographical Essays. Charlottesville

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1966, 386 pp. (YA.1988.b.1439)

 

GREENE, JACK P. and J. R. POLE, eds. Colonial British America: Essays in the New

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HALL, DAVID D., JOHN M. MURRIN and THAD W. TATE, eds. Saints and

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(DSC 84/04947)

 

HARVEY, PAUL A. S. Barlowe, Lane and Harriot’s Accounts of the New World. Durham:

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HULTON, PAUL. America 1585: The Complete Drawings of John White. Chapel Hill:

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HUTCHENS, CAROLYN. The Travels of John Smith's Islands: An Essay on the Enigmas

of Seventeenth-Century Cartography, Questions about the Confusions underlying the

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History. Boston: Puritan Pub. Co., 1894, 733 pp. (9605.ff.17)

 


 

JENNINGS, FRANCIS. The Invasion of America: Indians, Colonialism and the Cant of

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LINGEMAN, RICHARD. Small Town America: A Narrative History, 1620 to the Present.

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LOCKRIDGE, KENNETH A. Settlement and Unsettlement in Early America: The Crisis of

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134 pp. (X.809/49378)

 

LUCAS, PAUL R. American Odyssey, 1607-1789. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall,

1984, 311 pp. (X.809/67299)

 

LUDLUM, DAVID M. Early American Hurricanes, 1492-1870. Boston: American

Meterological Society, 1963, 198 pp. (X.525/152)

 

LUDLUM, DAVID M. Early American Winters, 1604-1820. Boston.: American

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MACDONALD, WILLIAM, ed. Select Charters and Other Documents Illustrative of

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MILLER, PERRY G. E. Errand into the Wilderness. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of

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244 pp. (YC.1995.b.6837)

 

QUATTLEBAUM, PAUL. The Land Called Chicora: The Carolinas under Spanish Rule

with French Intrusions, 1520-1670. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1956, 153 pp.

(10414.cc.33)

 


 

WEBER, DAVID J., ed. The Idea of Spanish Borderlands. New York and London:

Garland, 1991, 426 pp. (YC.1992.b.4497)

 

WEBER, DAVID J. The Spanish Frontier in North America. New Haven, Conn., and

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WEDDLE, ROBERT S. The French Thorn: Rival Explorers in the Spanish Sea, 1682-1762.

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WEDDLE, ROBERT S. Spanish Sea: The Gulf of Mexico in North American Discovery,

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WRIGHT, IRENE A., ed. Further English Voyages to Spanish America, 1583-1594:

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ZAVALA, SILVIO A. New Viewpoints on the Spanish Colonization of America. Translated

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K. SWEDEN [See also IV.B.2. New Sweden]

 

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(01076.i.10)

 

FEDERAL WRITERS' PROJECT, WORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION. The Swedes

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IV. AMERICAN COLONIES

 

A. NEW ENGLAND [See also V.C.2. King Philip’s War; VII.H.3.b. Native

 

Americans: Missions]

 

1. GENERAL STUDIES

 

ABBOTT, JOHN S. C. Miles Standish, the Puritan Captain. New York: Dodd and Mead,

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ADAMS, HERBERT B. The Germanic Origin of New England Towns. Baltimore, Md.:

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ADAMS, JAMES T. The Founding of New England. Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1921,

482 pp. (9551.tt.4)

 

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ANDREWS, MATTHEW P. The Soul of a Nation: The Founding of Virginia and the

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BAILYN, BERNARD. The New England Merchants in the Seventeenth Century.

Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1955, 249 pp. (Ac.2692.bba.(5.)); New York:

Harper and Row, 1964, 245 pp. (X.519/1344)

 

BANKS, CHARLES E. Topographical Dictionary of 2885 English Emigrants to New

England, 1620-1650. Edited by Elijah E. Brownell. 3rd ed. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical

Pub. Co., 1963, 295 pp. (X.800/701)

 

BAXTER, JAMES P. The Great Seal of the Council for New England. Cambridge, Mass.:

Wilson and Son, 1884, 20 pp. (7709.b.30)

 


 

BAXTER, JAMES P. The Pioneers of New France in New England, with Contemporary

Letters and Documents. Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell, 1894, 450 pp. (Mic.F.232)

 

BENES, PETER, ed. New England Meeting House and Church, 1630-1850: The Dublin

Seminar for New England Folklife, Annual Proceedings, 1979. Boston: Boston University,

1980, 177 pp. (X.200/36939)

 

BENES, PETER, ed. New England Music: The Public Sphere, 1600-1900. Boston: Boston

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BENES, PETER, ed. New England/New France, 1600-1850. Boston: Boston University,

1992, 168 pp. (DSC 3630.932 1989)

 

BENES, PETER, ed. New England Prospect: Maps, Place Names and the Historical

Landscape. Boston: Boston University, 1981, 132 pp. (DSC 83/04711)

 

BENES, PETER. Textiles in Early New England: Design, Production and Consumption.

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BENTON, JOSIAH H. Andrew Benton, 1620-1683: A Sketch. Boston: Merrymount Press,

1900, 30 pp. (010881.f.16)

 

BENTON, JOSIAH H. Warning Out in New England, 1656-1817. Boston: W. B. Clarke

Co., 1911, 131 pp. (9602.t.3; 9602.t.5)

 

BOURNE, RUSSELL. The Red King's Rebellion: Racial Politics in New England, 1675-

1678. New York: Atheneum, 1990, 273 pp. (DSC 90/15634)

 

BREBNER, JOHN B. New England's Outpost: Acadia before the Conquest of Canada.

New York: Columbia University Press, 1927, 291 pp. (Ac.2688/2)

 

BREEN, T. H. The Character of a Good Ruler: A Study of Puritan Political Ideas in New

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Historical Publications, Misc., no. 92, 1970, 301 pp. (Ac.2692.md/3.(92.))

 

BREEN, T. H. Puritans and Adventurers: Change and Persistence in Early America. New

York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1980, 270 pp. (X.529/51137; X.958/31209)

 

BREMER, FRANCIS J. Puritan Crisis: New England and the English Civil Wars, 1630-

1670. New York: Garland, 1989, 398 pp. (YC.1991.b.3348)

 

BREMER, FRANCIS J. The Puritan Experiment: New England Society from Bradford to

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BREMER, FRANCIS J. Shaping New Englands: Puritan Clergymen in Seventeenth Century

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pp. (YA.1994.a.19558)

 


 

BRIGGS, MARTIN S. The Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers in England and America, 1620-

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(DSC 98/06739)

 

CALLOWAY, COLIN G., ed. Dawnland Encounters: Indians and Europeans in Northern

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91/07564)

 

CALLOWAY, COLIN G., ed. The Western Abenakis of Vermont, 1600-1800: War,

Migration and the Survival of an Indian People. Norman and London: University of

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CANUP, JOHN. Out of the Wilderness: The Emergence of an American Identity in Colonial

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CARROLL, CHARLES F. The Timber Economy of Puritan New England. Providence, R.I.:

Brown University Press, 1973, 221 pp. (X.320/4924)

 

CARROLL, PETER N. Puritanism and the Wilderness: The Intellectual Significance of the

New England Frontier, 1629-1700. New York and London: Columbia University Press,

1969, 243 pp. (X.100/7552)

 

CAVERLY, ROBERT B. History of the Indian Wars of New England, with Eliot the Apostle

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COLONIAL SOCIETY OF MASSACHUSETTS. Seventeenth-Century New England:

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COTTON, JOHN. John Cotton on the Churches of New England. Edited by Larzer Ziff.

Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press; London: Oxford University

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CRESSY, DAVID. Coming Over: Migration and Communication between England and

New England in the Seventeenth Century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987,

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New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1982, 543 pp. (X.520/30512); Oxford:

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DOW, GEORGE F. Domestic Life in New England in the Seventeenth Century. New York:

Benjamin Blom, 1972, 48 pp. (X.809/60340)

 

DOW, GEORGE F. and JOHN H. EDMONDS. The Pirates of the New England Coast,

1630-1730. Salem, Mass.: Marine Research Society, 1923, 394 pp. (Ac.8400.o.(2.)); New

York: Dover; London: Constable, 1996, 394 pp. (YC.1996.a.4931)

 

DRAKE, SAMUEL A. The Making of New England, 1580-1643. New York: Scribner's,

1886, 251 pp. (9602.b.1); London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1886, 251 pp. (9604.b.4)

 

DUNTON, JOHN. John Dunton's Letters from New-England. Edited by W. H. Whitmore.

Boston: Prince Society, 1867, 340 pp. (Ac.9503/3)

 

EAMES, WILBERFORCE, ed. The Humble Request of His Majesties Loyall Subjects the

Governour (John Winthrop) and the Company Late Gone for New England. Washington,

D.C.: Lowdermilk, 1905, 10 pp. (4182.cc.43)

 

EARLE, ALICE M. Customs and Fashions in Old New England. Detroit: Singing Tree

Press, 1968, 387 pp. (X.809/10347)

 

EGLESTON, MELVILLE. The Land System of the New England Colonies. Johns Hopkins

University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 4, nos. 11-12, 1886, 56 pp.

(Ac.2689)

 

ELLIOTT, EMORY. Power and the Pulpit in Puritan New England. Princeton, N.J., and

London: Princeton University Press, 1975, 240 pp. (X.200/20137)

 


 

FARMER, JOHN. A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New-England. Edited by

Samuel G. Drake. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1964, 355 pp. (X.800/1614)

 

FLAHERTY, DAVID H. Privacy in Colonial New England. Charlottesville: University

Press of Virginia, 1972, 287 pp. (X.800/8632)

 

FLEMING, SANDFORD. Children and Puritanism: The Place of Children in the Life and

Thought of the New England Churches, 1620-1847. New Haven, Conn.: Yale Studies in

Religious Education, vol. 8, 1933, 236 pp. (Ac.2692.med)

 

FORBES, ALLAN. Towns of New England and Old England, Ireland and Scotland:

Connecting Links between Cities and Towns of New England and Those of the Same Name in

England, Ireland and Scotland. 2 pts. Boston: State Street Trust Co., 1920, 1921.

(010409.h.5); New York and London: Putnam’s, 1921. (10006.g.8)

 

FORBES, HARIETTE M. Gravestones of Early New England and the Men Who Made

Them, 1653-1800. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1927, 141 pp. (YA.1990.b.8466)

 

FORBES, HARRIETTE M., comp. New England Diaries, 1602-1800: A Descriptive

Catalogue of Diaries, Orderly Books and Sea Journals. Topsfield, Mass.: privately printed,

1923, 439 pp. (011903.b.76)

 

FOSTER, STEPHEN. The Long Argument: English Puritanism and the Shaping of New

England Culture, 1570-1700. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press for the

Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Va., 1991, 395 pp.

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FOSTER, STEPHEN. Their Solitary Way: The Puritan Social Ethic in the First Century of

Settlement in New England. New Haven, Conn., and London: Yale University Press, 1971,

214 pp. (Ac.2692.md/3.(94.))

 

GILDRIE, RICHARD P. The Profane, the Civil and the Godly: The Reformation of

Manners in Orthodox New England, 1679-1749. University Park: Pennsylvania State

University Press, 1994, 242 pp. (DSC 94/02442)

 

GODBEER, RICHARD. The Devil’s Dominion: Magic and Religion in Early New England.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992, 253 pp. (YK.1993.b.6480)

 

GOOKIN, DANIEL. Historical Collections of the Indians in New England. Boston:

Belknap and Hall, 1792. (T.101.(4.))

 

GOOKIN, WALNER F. and PHILIP L. BARBOUR. Bartholomew Gosnold, Discoverer and

Planter: New England--1602, Virginia--1607. Hamden, Conn., and London: Archon Books,

1963, 271 pp. (X.800/1895)

 

GREEN, SAMUEL A., ed. A Brief Description of the Towns of New England, A. D. 1650.

Cambridge, Mass.: John Wilson and Son, 1902, 8 pp. (10408.i.15.(5.))

 


 

GREENE, LORENZO J. The Negro in Colonial New England, 1620-1776. New York:

Columbia University, 1942, 404 pp. (08157.e.31); New York: Columbia University Studies

in History, Economics and Law, no. 494, 404 pp. (Ac.2688/2)

 

GURA, PHILIP F. A Glimpse of Sion’s Glory: Puritan Radicalism in New England, 1620-

1660. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 1984, 398 pp. (YH.1987.a.560)

 

HALL, DAVID D. The Faithful Shepherd: A History of the New England Ministry in the

Seventeenth Century. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of

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HALL, DAVID D.ed. Witch-hunting in Seventeenth-Century New England: A Documentary

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HALL, DAVID D. Worlds of Wonder, Days of Judgment: Popular Religious Belief in Early

New England. New York: Knopf, 1989, 316 pp. (YA.1993.b.895); Cambridge, Mass., and

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HALL, MICHAEL G. Edward Randolph and the American Colonies, 1676-1703. Chapel

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HALLER, WILLIAM. The Puritan Frontier: Town-Planting in New England, Colonial

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HAMBRICK-STOWE, CHARLES E., ed. Early New England Meditative Poetry: Anne

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HAMBRICK-STOWE, CHARLES E. The Practice of Piety: Puritan Devotional Disciplines

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HAUPTMAN, LAURENCE M. and JAMES D. WHERRY, eds. The Pequots in Southern

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(YC.1989.a.1776)

 


 

HOFFER, PETER C., ed. New England Rediscovered: Selected Articles on New England

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HOFFER, PETER C., ed. Puritans and Yankees: Selected Articles on New England

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HOFFER, PETER C. and N. E. H. HULL. Murdering Mothers: Infanticide in England and

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HOLIFIELD, E. BROOKS. The Covenant Sealed: The Development of Puritan Sacramental

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LUCAS, PAUL R. Valley of Discord: Church and Society along the Connecticut River,

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MACDOUGALL, HAMILTON C. Early New England Psalmody: An Historical

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NEW ENGLAND COMPANY SEE VII.H.3.b. NATIVE

 

AMERICANS: MISSIONS

 

3. PROMINENT PERSONS

 

a. WILLIAM BRADFORD

 

SMITH, WILLIAM B. Bradford of Plymouth. Philadelphia and New York: Lippincott,

1951, 338 pp. (10891.e.6; 10891.e.6)

 

WESTBROOK, PERRY D. William Bradford. Boston: Twayne, 1978, 172 pp.

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b. WILLIAM BREWSTER

 

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Bowling Green, Va.: J. G. Hunt, 1984-1985. (YA.1987.a.19872)

 

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SHERWOOD, MARY B. Pilgrim: A Biography of William Brewster. Falls Church, Va.:

Great Oak Press of Virginia, 1982, 255 pp. (YA.1986.a.1009)

 


 

c. ANNE HUTCHINSON

 

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Brentano's, 1930, 320 pp. (4987.bb.17)

 

BATTIS, EMERY. Saints and Sectaries: Anne Hutchinson and the Antinomian Controversy

in Massachusetts Bay Colony. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press for the

Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Va., 1962, 379 pp.

(X.100/4309)

 

CAMERON, JEAN. Anne Hutchinson, Guilty or Not? A Closer Look at Her Trials. New

York: Peter Lang, 1994, 239 pp. (DSC 0858.0783 vol. 146)

 

CURTIS, EDITH R. Anne Hutchinson: A Biography. Cambridge, Mass.: Washburn and

Thomas, 1930, 122 pp. (Mic.A.8378)

 

LANG, AMY S. Prophetic Woman: Anne Hutchinson and the Problem of Dissent in the

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pp. (YC.1988.a.12781; YC.1990.a.2292)

 

RUGG, WINIFRED K. Unafraid: A Life of Anne Hutchinson. Boston and New York:

Houghton Mifflin, 1930, 263 pp. (4987.d.17)

 

WILLIAMS, SELMA R. Divine Rebel: The Life of Anne Marbury Hutchinson. New York:

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d. INCREASE AND COTTON MATHER

 

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HALL, MICHAEL G. and MICHAEL GARIBALDI. The Last American Puritan: The Life

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pp. (YC.1991.b.202)

 

HOLMES, THOMAS J. Increase Mather: A Bibliography of His Works. 2 vols. Cleveland,

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LEVIN, DAVID. Cotton Mather: The Young Life of the Lord’s Remembrancer, 1663-1703.

Cambridge, Mass., and London: Harvard University Press, 1978, 360 pp. (X.800/27716)

 

LOWANCE, MASON I. Increase Mather. New York: Twayne, 1974, 185 pp.

(X.200/10058)

 

MARVIN, ABIJAH P. The Life and Times of Cotton Mather, 1663-1728. Boston and

Chicago: Congregational Pub. Society, 1892, 582 pp. (4985.eee.1)

 


 

MATHER, COTTON. Diary of Cotton Mather, 1681-1708. Edited by W. C. Ford. Boston:

Massachusetts Historical Society Collections, ser. 7, vols. 7-8, 1912. (Ac.8400)

 

MATHER, COTTON. The Great Works of Christ in America: Magnalia Christi Americana.

7 vols. in 2. Edinburgh: Banner of Truth Trust, 1979, 682 pp. (X.200/32428); Magnalia

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London: Harvard University Press, 1977, 500 pp. (11485.b.1/91); GEORGE W.

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1943, 71 pp. (11868.dd.38)

 

MATHER, INCREASE. Diary by Increase Mather, March 1675-December 1676; Together

with Extracts from Another Diary by Him, 1674-1687. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard

University Press, 1900, 54 pp. (4804.i.17.(6.))

 

MATHER, INCREASE. Early History of New England, Being a Relation of Hostile

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G. Drake. Albany, N.Y., 1864, 309 pp. (9603.f.7)

 

MATHER, INCREASE. The History of King Philip’s War by the Rev. Increase Mather, Also

a History of the Same War by the Rev. Cotton Mather, D.D.. Edited by Samuel G. Drake.

Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell, 1862, 281 pp. (9603.f.6)

 

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e. SAMUEL SEWALL

 

CHAMBERLAIN, NATHAN H. Samuel Sewall and the World He Lived In. 2nd ed. New

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WINSLOW, OLA E. Samuel Sewall of Boston. New York: Macmillan; London: Collier-

Macmillan, 1964, 235 pp. (10667.tt.3)

 

f. ROGER WILLIAMS

 


 

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CHAPIN, HOWARD M. Roger Williams and the King's Colors: The Documentary

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Providence Plantations, 1928, 26 pp. (9555.g.23)

 

CHAPIN, HOWARD M. The Trading Post of Roger Williams, with those of John Wilcox

and Richard Smith. Providence, R.I.: Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Rhode Island

and Providence Plantations, 1933, 26 pp. (Ac.8491/3)

 

COTTON, JOHN. John Cotton's Answer to Roger Williams. Edited by J. Lewis Diman.

Providence, R.I.: Publications of the Narragansett Club, First Series, vol. 2, 1867, pp. 1-240.

(Ac.9510)

 

COVEY, CYCLONE. The Gentle Radical: A Biography of Roger Williams. New York:

Macmillan; London: Collier-Macmillan, 1966, 273 pp. (X.709/7653)

 

ERNST, JAMES E. The Political Thought of Roger Williams. Seattle: University of

Washington Publications in Language and Literature, vol. 6, no. 1, 1929, 229 pp.

(Ac.2692.x/2)

 

ERNST, JAMES E. Roger Williams, New England Firebrand. New York: Macmillan,

1932, 538 pp. (10881.tt.3)

 

GAUSTAD, EDWIN S. Liberty of Conscience: Roger Williams in America. Grand Rapids,

Mich.: W. B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., 1991, 229 pp. (DSC 96/08562)

 

GILPIN, W. CLARK. The Millenarian Piety of Roger Williams. Chicago and London:

University of Chicago Press, 1979, 241 pp. (X.809/45773)

 

GREENE, THEODORE P., ed. Roger Williams and the Massachusetts Magistrates. Boston:

Heath, 1964, 125 pp. (9919.k.5/42)

 

GUILD, REUBEN A. A Biographical Introduction to the Writings of Roger Williams.

Providence, R.I.: Publications of the Narragansett Club, First Series, vol. 1, 1866, pp. 1-60.

(Ac.9510)

 

GUILD, REUBEN A., ed. Letter of John Cotton and Roger Williams's Reply. Providence,

R.I.: Publications of the Narragansett Club, First Series, vol. 1, 1866, pp. 285-396.

(Ac.9510)

 


 

MERRIMAN, TITUS M. The Pilgrims, Puritans and Roger Williams: Vindicated, and His

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SPURGIN, HUGH. Roger Williams and Puritan Radicalism in the English Separatist

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WALLACE, COYLE. Roger Williams: A Reference Guide. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1977, 102

pp. (X.981/22002)

 

WILLIAMS, ROGER. The Complete Writings of Roger Williams. Vol. 7. Edited by Perry

Miller. New York: Russell and Russell, 1963, 279 pp. (X.100/7633)

 

WILLIAMS, ROGER. The Correspondence of Roger Williams. Edited by Glen W.

LaFantasie. 2 vols. Hanover, N.H., and London: Brown University Press/University Press

of New England for Rhode Island Historical Society, 1988. (YC.1989.b.6308)

 

WILLIAMS, ROGER. A Key into the Language of America, or, An Help to the Language of

the Natives in That Part of America Called New-England, Together with Brief Observations

of the Customes, Manners and Worships, etc., of the Aforesaid Natives. Edited by James H.

Trumbull. Providence, R.I.: Publications of the Narragansett Club, First Series, vol. 1, 1866,

pp. 61-292. (Ac.9510)

 

WILLIAMS, ROGER. Letters of Roger Williams, 1632-1682. Edited by John R. Bartlett.

Providence, R.I.: Publications of the Narragansett Club, First Series, vol. 6, 1874, 420 pp.

(Ac.9510)

 

WILLIAMS, ROGER. Queries of the Highest Consideration. Edited by Reuben A. Guild.

Providence, R.I.: Publications of the Narragansett Club, First Series, vol. 2, 19

 

1867, pp. 241-276. (Ac.9510)

 

WINSLOW, OLA E. Master Roger Williams: A Biography. New York: Macmillan, 1957,

328 pp. (10864.i.64)

 

g. JOHN WINTHROP AND FAMILY

 

BLACK, ROBERT C. The Younger John Winthrop. New York and London: Columbia

University Press, 1966, 459 pp. (X.700/2233)

 


 

COWELL, HENRY J. John Winthrop: The Story of the Life and Work of John Winthrop,

First Governor of the Colony of Massachusetts, and His Wife Margaret Winthrop.

Colchester: Benham, 1949, 31 pp. (10883.g.15)

 

DUNN, RICHARD S. Puritans and Yankees: The Winthrop Dynasty of New England, 1630-

1717. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1962, 379 pp. (9920.h.6)

 

MAY, LAWRENCE S. The Winthrop Family in America. Boston: Massachusetts Historical

Society, 1948, 507 pp. (9918.k.11)

 

MOSELEY, JAMES G. John Winthrop’s World: History as a Story; The Story as History.

Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1992, 192 pp. (DSC 93/06889)

 

RUTMAN, DARRETT B. John Winthrop's Decision for America, 1629. Philadelphia:

Lippincott, 1975, 105 pp. (X.700/21951)

 

SCHWENINGER, LEE. John Winthrop. Boston: Twayne, 1990, 144 pp.

(YA.1990.a.11749)

 

TWICHELL, J. H., ed. Some Old Puritan Love-Letters: John and Margaret Winthrop, 1618-

1638. London: B. F. Stevens, 1893, 187 pp. (10920.d.33)

 

WHITMORE, WILLIAM H. Notes on the Winthrop Family and Its English Connections

before Its Emigration to New England. Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell, 1864, 6 pp.

(9902.d.20.(1.))

 

WILKINSON, RONALD S. The Younger John Winthrop and Seventeenth-Century Science.

Farringdon: E. W. Classey, 1975, 29 pp. (X.619/16583)

 

WINTHROP, JOHN. The Journal of John Winthrop, 1630-1649. Edited by Richard S.

Dunn, James Savage and Laetitia Yeandle. Cambridge, Mass., and London: Belknap Press

of Harvard University Press, 1996, 799 pp. (YC.1997.b.5690)

 

WINTHROP, JOHN. Winthrop’s Journal ‘History of New England’, 1630-1649. Edited by

James K. Kramer. 2 vols. New York: Scribner’s, 1908. (9551.p.6)

 

4. INDIVIDUAL STATES

 

a. CONNECTICUT

 

ANDREWS, CHARLES M. The Beginnings of Connecticut, 1632-1662. New Haven,

Conn.: Yale University Press, 1934, 81 pp. (9605.p.1/20)

 

ANDREWS, CHARLES M. Connecticut’s Place in Colonial History. New Haven, Conn.:

Connecticut Society of Colonial Wars, 1924, 49 pp. (Ac.8417.c)

 

ANDREWS, CHARLES M. The Rise and Fall of the New Haven Colony. New Haven,

Conn.: Tercentenary Commission of the State of Connecticut, 1936, 56 pp. (9605.p.1/48)

 


 

ANDREWS, CHARLES M. The River Towns of Connecticut: A Study of Wethersfield,

Hartford and Windsor. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and

Political Science, ser. 7, no. 7-9, 1889, 126 pp. (10411.g.37)

 

ARCHIBALD, WARREN S. Thomas Hooker. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press,

1933, 19 pp. (9605.p.1/15)

 

ATWATER, EDWARD E. History of the Colony of New Haven to its Absorption into

Connecticut. New Haven, Conn.: privately printed, 1881, 611 pp. (9615.eee.3)

 

BALDWIN, SIMEON E. Theophilus Eaton, First Governor of the Colony of New Haven.

New Haven, Conn.: New Haven Colony Historical Society, 1907, 33 pp. (10600.g.25.(4.))

 

BARBER, JOHN W. History and Antiquities of New Haven, Connecticut, from Its Earliest

Settlement to the Present Time. New Haven, Conn.: J. W. Barber, 1831, 120 pp.

(10410.c.11); New Haven, Conn.: L. S. Punderson and J. W. Barber, 1856, 180 pp.

(10412.bb.14)

 

BLAKELEY, QUINCY. Farmington, One of the Mother Towns of Connecticut. New

Haven, Conn.: Tercentenary Commission of the State of Connecticut, 1935, 29 pp.

(9605.p.1/38)

 

BOUTON, NATHANIEL. An Historical Discourse in Commemoration of the Two-

Hundredth Anniversary of the Settlement of Norwalk, Ct., in 1651. New York: S. W.

Benedict, 1851, 80 pp. (12301.f.4(12.))

 

BOWEN, CLARENCE W. The Boundary Disputes of Connecticut. Boston: J. R. Osgood,

1882, 90 pp. (10410.g.7)

 

BRADSTREET, HOWARD. The Story of the War with the Pequots, Re-Told. New Haven,

Conn.: Yale University Press, 1933, 32 pp. (9605.p.1/2)

 

CALDER, ISABEL M. The New Haven Colony. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press,

1934, 301 pp. (9555.r.19)

 

CAULKINS, FRANCES M. History of New London, Connecticut, from the First Survey of

the Coast in 1612 to 1852. New London, Conn.: privately printed, 1852, 679 pp.

(10412.d.5); New London, Conn.: H. D. Utley, 1895, 696 pp. (10413.i.23)

 

CAULKINS, FRANCES M. History of Norwich, Connecticut, from Its Possession by the

Indians, to the Year 1866. Hartford, Conn.: privately printed, 1866, 704 pp. (10410.dd.1)

 

CHARLES II. The Charter Granted by His Majesty King Charles II to the Governour and

Company of the English Colony of Connecticut in New-England in America [23 April 1662].

New-London, Conn.: Timothy Green, 1718, 6 pp. (C.114.h.4)

 

CONNECTICUT STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. The Colony of Connecticut and Its

Beginning, Growth and Characteristics to the Observance of Its Tercentenary Celebration in

1935. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 35 pp. (A.S.10/4)

 


 

COONS, PAUL W. The Achievement of Religious Liberty in Connecticut. New Haven,

Conn.: Yale University Press, 1936, 32 pp. (9605.p.1/60)

 

DANIELS, BRUCE C. The Connecticut Town: Growth and Development, 1635-1790.

Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 1979, 249 pp. (X.520/38739)

 

DEMING, DOROTHY. The Settlement of the Connecticut Towns. New Haven, Conn.: Yale

University Press, 1933, 75 pp. (9605.p.1/8)

 

DEXTER, FRANKLIN B., ed. Ancient Town Records: New Haven Town Records, 1649-

1684. 2 vols. New Haven, Conn.: New Haven Colony Historical Society, 1917-1919.

(Ac.8376)

 

DUTCHER, GEORGE M. Connecticut’s Tercentenary: A Retrospect of Three Centuries of

Self-Government and Steady Habits. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1934, 29

pp. (9605.p.1/28)

 

ERVING, HENRY W. The Hartford Chest. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press,

1934, 10 pp. (9605.p.1/30)

 

FEDERAL WRITERS' PROJECT, WORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION. History of

Milford, Connecticut, 1639-1939. Bridgeport, Conn.: Braunworth, 1939, 204 pp.

(10413.k.34)

 

GARVAN, ANTHONY N. B. Architecture and Town Planning in Colonial Connecticut.

New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1951, 166 pp. (Ac.2692.md/5)

 

HALL, EDWIN. The Ancient Historical Records of Norwalk, Conn., with a Plan of the

Ancient Settlement and of the Town in 1847. Norwalk, Conn.: J. Mallory, 1847.

(10408.aaa.27)

 

HINMAN, ROYAL R., ed. A Catalogue of the Names of the Early Puritan Settlers of the

Colony of Connecticut. Hartford, Conn.: Case, Tiffany, 1852, 884 pp. (9914.b.19)

 

HINMAN, ROYAL R., ed. Letters from the English Kings and Queens, Charles II, James

III, William and Mary, Anne, George II, etc., to the Governors of the Colony of Connecticut

Together with the Answers Thereto, from 1635 to 1749. Hartford, Conn.: J. B. Eldredge,

1836, 372 pp. (1447.c.28)

 

HOADLY, CHARLES J., ed. Hartford Town Votes, 1635-1716. Hartford, Conn.:

Connecticut Historical Society, vol. 6, 1897, 410 pp. (Ac.8375)

 

HOADLY, CHARLES J., ed. New Haven's Settling in New England, and Some Lawes for

Government. Hartford, Conn.: Case, Lockwood, 1858, 56 pp. (9604.gg.3)

 

HOADLY, CHARLES J., ed. Records of the Colony and Plantation of New Haven, from

1638 to 1649. Hartford, Conn.: Case, Tiffany, 1857, 547 pp. (9603.c.2)

 


 

HOADLY, CHARLES J., ed. Records of the Colony or Jurisdiction of New Haven, from

May 1653 to the Union, Together with the New Haven Code of 1656. Hartford, Conn.: Case,

Lockwood, 1858, 626 pp. (9603.c.3)

 

HOADLY, CHARLES J. The Warwick Patent. Harford, Conn.: Case, Lockwood and

Brainard, 1902, 51 pp. (Ac.8416/8)

 

HOOKER, ROLAND M. Boundaries of Connecticut. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University

Press, 1933, 38 pp. (9605.p.1/9)

 

HOOKER, ROLAND M. The Colonial Trade of Connecticut. New Haven, Conn.:

Tercentenary Commission of the State of Connecticut, 1936, 42 pp. (9605.p.1/50)

 

HOOPES, PENROSE R. Early Clockmaking in Connecticut. New Haven, Conn.: Yale

University Press, 1934, 26 pp. (9605.p.1/32)

 

ISHAM, NORMAN M. and ALBERT F. BROWN. Early Connecticut Houses: An

Historical and Architectural Study. New York: Dover, 1965, 303 pp. (X.421/2198)

 

JACOBUS, DONALD L., comp. List of Officials, Civil, Military and Ecclesiastical, of

Connecticut Colony from March 1636 through 11 October 1677, and of New Haven Colony

throughout Its Separate Existence, Also, Soldiers in the Pequot War, Who Then Subsequently

Resided Within the Present Bounds of Connecticut. New Haven, Conn.: Connecticut

Society of the Order of the Founders and Patriots of America, 1935, 65 pp. (X.800/11362)

 

JAMES, MAY H. The Educational History of Old Lyme, Connecticut, 1635-1935. New

Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press for New Haven Colony Historical Society, 1939, 259

pp. (Ac.8376/2)

 

JONES, FREDERICK R. History of Taxation in Connecticut, 1636-1776. Baltimore, Md.:

Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 14, no. 8, 1896, 70

pp. (Ac.2689)

 

KELLY, JOHN F. Early Connecticut Meetinghouses, Being an Account of the Church

Edifices Built Before 1830. 2 vols. New York: Columbia University Press, 1948.

(7822.d.43)

 

KELLY, JOHN F. The Early Domestic Architecture of Connecticut. New Haven, Conn.:

Yale University Press; London: Humphrey Milton, 1924, 210 pp. (7814.q.16)

 

LABAREE, LEONARD W. Milford, Connecticut: The Early Development of a Town as

Shown by Its Land Records. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1933, 29 pp.

(9605.p.1/3)

 

LEVERMORE, CHARLES H. The Republic of New Haven: A History of Municipal

Evolution. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political

Science, extra vol. 1, 1882, 342 pp. (Ac.2689.(2.))

 


 

LEVERMORE, CHARLES H. The Town and City Government of New Haven. Johns

Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 4, no. 10, 1886, 103 pp.

(Ac.2689)

 

LOVE, WILLIAM D. The Colonial History of Hartford. Hartford, Conn.: privately printed,

1914, 369 pp. (Mic.A.11849); Chester, Conn.: Centinel Hill Press, 1974, 369 pp.

(X.800/14642)

 

MCDONALD, ADRIAN F. The History of Tobacco Production in Connecticut. New

Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1936, 30 pp. (9605.p.1/52)

 

MAIN, JACKSON T. Society and Economy in Colonial Connecticut. Princeton, N.J., and

Guildford: Princeton University Press, 1985, 395 pp. (YC.1986.b.8)

 

MANN, BRUCE H. Neighbors and Strangers: Law and Community in Early Connecticut.

Chapel Hill and London: University of North Carolina Press, 1987, 202 pp.

(YC.1988.b.5682)

 

MEAD, DANIEL M. Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, County of Fairfield and State of

Connecticut, with Genealogical Notes. Revised by Spencer P. Mead. New York:

Knickerbocker Press, 1911, 768 pp. (10410.w.13)

 

MITCHELL, ISABEL S. Roads and Road-making in Colonial Connecticut. New Haven,

Conn.: Yale University Press, 1933, 32 pp. (9605.p.1/16)

 

MORGAN, FORREST. Connecticut as a Colony and as a State, or One of the Original

Thirteen. 4 vols. Hartford, Conn.: Publishing Society of Connecticut, 1904. (X.800/2950)

 

RECORDS OF THE PARTICULAR COURT OF CONNECTICUT, 1639-1663. Hartford,

Conn.: Connecticut Historical Society, vol. 22, 1928, 302 pp. (Ac.8375)

 

ROSENBERRRY, LOIS K. M. Migrations from Connecticut Prior to 1800. New Haven,

Conn.: Yale University Press, 1934, 36 pp. (9605.p.1/31)

 

SCHENCK, ELIZABETH H. The History of Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut. New

York: privately printed, 1889-1905. (Mic.A.12419)

 

SELESKY, HAROLD E. War and Society in Colonial Connecticut. New Haven, Conn., and

London: Yale University Press, 1990, 278 pp. (YC.1992.b.2461)

 

SEYMOUR, GEORGE D., comp. Memorials of Theophilus Eaton, First Governor of the

New Haven Colony. New Haven, Conn.: Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor Co., 1938, 46 pp.

(10889.d.1)

 

SIZER, THEODORE. Connecticut Tercentenary, 1635-1935. New Haven, Conn.: Yale

University, Gallery of Fine Arts, 1935, 24 pp. (Ac.2692.moa/3)

 

SPIESS, MATHIAS. The Indians of Connecticut. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University

Press, 1933, 33 pp. (9605.p.1/19)

 


 

STEINER, BERNARD C. History of Slavery in Connecticut. Baltimore, Md.: Johns

Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 11, nos. 9-10, 1893, 84

pp. (Ac.2689)

 

STEINER, BERNARD C. A History of the Plantation of Menunkatuck and of the Original

Town of Guilford, Connecticut, Comprising the Present Towns of Guilford and Madison.

Baltimore, Md.: privately printed, 1897. (Mic.A.12067)

 

STILES, HENRY R. The History of Ancient Windsor. 2 vols. Somersworth, N.H.: New

Hampshire Pub. Co., 1976. (1551/217)

 

TAYLOR, JOHN M. The Witchcraft Delusion in Colonial Connecticut, 1647-1697. New

York: Grafton Press, 1908, 172 pp. (08631.h.60)

 

TAYLOR, ROBERT J. Colonial Connecticut: A History. New York: KTO Press, 1979,

285 pp. (X.800/14555)

 

TERCENTENARY COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. The Charter of

Connecticut, 1662. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1933, 22 pp. (9605.p.1/1)

 

TERCENTENARY COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. The

Fundamental Orders of Connecticut. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1934, 9

pp. (9605.p.1/27)

 

TERRY, MARION D., ed. Old Inns of Connecticut. Hartford, Conn.: Prospect Press, 1937,

253 pp. (7820.ppp.22)

 

TROWBRIDGE, BERTHA C., ed. Old Houses of Connecticut. New Haven, Conn.:

National Society of the Colonial Dames of America, Committee on Old Houses, 1923, 519

pp. (Ac.2692.mhb; 7817.p.3)

 

TRUMBULL, ANNIE E., ed. Records of the Particular Court of the Colony of Connecticut,

Administration of Sir Edmond Andros, Royal Governor, 1687-1688. Hartford, Conn.:

privately printed, 1935, 43 pp. (Mic.A.10270.(3.) 6616.dd.15)

 

TRUMBULL, BENJAMIN. A Complete History of Connecticut, Civil and Ecclesiastical,

from the Emigration of Its First Planters from England in 1630 to 1713. Hartford, Conn.:

Hudson and Goodwin, 1797, 587 pp. (9602.df.5); A Complete History of Connecticut, Civil

and Ecclesiatical, from the Emigration of Its First Planters from England in 1630 to 1764

and to the Close of the Indian Wars. 2 vols. New Haven, Conn.: Malty, Goldsmith and

Samuel Wadsworth, 1818. (980.l.28; 980.l.29)

 

TRUMBULL, J. HAMMOND, ed. The Public Records of Connecticut. Vols. 1-3. Hartford,

Conn.: Case, Lockwood, 1859. (9616.e.1)

 

TRUMBULL, J. HAMMOND and CHARLES J. HOADLY, eds. The Public Records of the

Colony of Connecticut Prior to the Union with New Haven Colony, May 1665 (-June 1776).

15 vols. Hartford, Conn.: Case, Lockwood and Brainard, 1850-1890. (9616.e.1)

 


 

WALKER, GEORGE L. History of the First Church in Hartford, 1933-1883. Hartford,

Conn.: Brown and Gross, 1884, 503 pp. (4744.f.6)

 

WOODRUFF, ROLLIN S. Message from His Excellency Governor Rollin S. Woodruff to the

General Assemby Relating to the Jamestown Ter-Centennial Exposition, Transmitting Report

of the Connecticut Commission. Hartford, Conn., 1907. (A.S.C.74)

 

b. MAINE

 

BAKER, EMERSON W., et al., eds. American Beginnings: Exploration, Culture and

Cartography in the Land of Norumbega. Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press,

1994, 388 pp. (DSC q95/15814)

 

BAXTER, J. P. George Cleeve of Casco Bay, 1630-1667. Portland, Me.: Gorges Society,

1885, 339 pp. (Ac.8391/2)

 

BAXTER, J. P., ed. Sir Ferdinando Gorges and His Province of Maine. 3 vols. Boston:

Prince Society, 1890. (Ac.9503/13)

 

BURRAGE, HENRY S. The Beginnings of Colonial Maine, 1602-1658. Portland, Me.:

State of Maine, 1914, 412 pp. (9602.s.10)

 

BURRAGE, HENRY S. Gorges and the Grant of the Province of Maine, 1622: A

Tercentenary Memorial. Portland, Me.: printed for the state, 1923, 178 pp. (A.S.M.10/4)

 

FARNHAM, MARY F., comp. Documents Relating to the Territorial History of Maine,

1603-1871. 2 vols. Portland, Me.: Maine Historical Society, 1900. (Ac.8390/3; Ac.8390/4)

 

JUDD, RICHARD W., EDWIN A. CHURCHILL and JOEL W. EASTMAN, eds. Maine:

The Pine Street State from Prehistory to the Present. Orono, Me.: University of Maine

Press, 1995, 616 pp. (YA.1995.b.10569)

 

LIBBY, CHARLES T., ed. Province and Court Records of Maine. Portland, Me.: Maine

Historical Society, 1928-1931. (Ac.8390/6)

 

PRESTON, RICHARD A. Gorges of Plymouth Fort: A Life of Sir Ferdinando Gorges,

Captain of Plymouth Fort, Governor of New England, and Lord of the Province of Maine.

Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1953, 495 pp. (X.800/13412)

 

REID, JOHN G. Acadia, Maine and New Scotland: Marginal Colonies in the Seventeenth

Century. Toronto and London: University of Toronto in association with Huronia Historical

Parks, 1981, 293 pp. (YH.1986.b.104; X.800/42867)

 

SARGENT, WILLIAM M., ed. Maine Wills, 1640-1760. Portland, Me.: Brown Thurston,

1887, 953 pp. (9918.cc.10)

 

WILLIS, WILLIAM, ed. Documentary History of the State of Maine. 4 vols. Portland, Me.:

Maine Historical Society, 1869-1889. (Ac.8390)

 


 

WILLIS, WILLIAM. The History of Portland from 1632 to 1864. 2nd ed. Portland, Me.:

Bailey and Noyes, 1865, 928 pp. (10412.h.21)

 

MASSACHUSETTS

 

1) GENERAL STUDIES

 

ADAMS, CHARLES F. The Genesis of the Massachusetts Town and the Development of

Town-meeting Government. Cambridge, Mass.: J. Wilson and Son, 1892. (Mic.A.13750)

 

ADAMS, CHARLES F. Three Episodes of Massachusetts History: The Settlement of Boston

Bay, the Antinomian Controversy and a Study of Church and Town Government. 2 vols.

Boston and New York: Houghton Co., 1892. (9602.de.13)

 

ALDEN, AUGUSTUS E. Pilgrim Alden: The Story of the Life of the First John Alden in

America; With the Interwoven Story of the Life and Doings of the Pilgrim Colony, and Some

Account of Later Aldens. Boston: J. H. Earle, 1902, 232 pp. (010883.ee.13)

 

AMES, AZEL. The Mayflower and Her Log, July 15, 1620-May 6, 1621. Boston and New

York: Houghton Mifflin, 1901, 375 pp. (2398.h.1)

 

AMES, E. and A. CHENEY GOODELL, eds. The Acts and Resolves, Public and Private, of

the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, to Which Are Prefixed the Charters of the Province.

5 vols. Boston: Wright and Potter, 1869-1922. (A.S.M.83; Mic.A.9545/1-6)

 

ANDREWS, H. F. List of Freemen, Massachusetts Bay Colony from 1630 to 1691, with

Freeman's Oath, the First Paper Printed in New England. Exira, Iowa: Exira Printing Co.,

1906, 33 pp. (Mic.A.15215)

 

ARBER, EDWARD, ed. The Story of the Pilgrim Fathers, 1606-1623 A.D., As Told by

Themselves, Their Friends and Their Enemies. London: Ward and Downey, 1897, 634 pp.

(2398.b.12)

 

BANKS, CHARLES E. The English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers, Who Came

to Plymouth on the ‘Mayflower’ in 1620, the ‘Fortune’ in 1621, and the ‘Anne’ and the ‘Little

James’ in 1623. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1962, 187 pp. (X.709/496)

 

BANKS, CHARLES E. The Planters of the Commonwealth: A Study of the Emigrants and

Emigration in Colonial Times, to Which Are Added Lists of Passengers to Boston and to the

Bay Colony, the Ships Which Brought Them, Their English Homes, and the Places of Their

Settlement in Massachusetts, 1620-1630. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1967, 231

pp. (X.800/6478)

 

BANKS, CHARLES E. The Winthrop Fleet of 1630: An Account of the Vessels, the Voyage,

the Passengers and Their English Homes from Original Authorities. Boston: Houghton

Mifflin, 1930, 118 pp. (2248.g.16)

 


 

BARTLETT, WILLIAM H. The Pilgrim Fathers. 2nd ed. London: Arthur Hall, Virtue,

1854, 240 pp. (1601/619)

 

BAYLIES, FRANCIS. A Historical Memoir of the Colony of New Plymouth. 2 vols.

Boston: Hilliard, Gray, 1830. (579.h.20); Boston: Wiggin and Lunt, 1866. (10408.f.10)

 

BENTON, JOSIAH H. Early Census Making in Massachusetts, 1643-1765. Boston: C. E.

Goodspeed, 1905, 104 pp. (8225.g.28)

 

BLAXLAND, GEORGE C. ‘Mayflower’ Essays on the Story of the Pilgrim Fathers, as Told

in Governor Bradford’s Ms. History of the Plimouth Plantation. London: Ward and

Downey, 1896, 146 pp. (9551.bb.29)

 

BODGE, GEORGE M. Soldiers in King Philip's War. Boston: Printed for the author, 1891,

369 pp. (9602.g.2); Leominster, Mass.: Printed for the author, 1896, 502 pp. (2398.e.12)

 

BOWEN, CLARENCE W. The Boundary Disputes of Connecticut. Boston: J. R. Osgood,

1882, 90 pp. (10410.g.7)

 

BRADFORD, WILLIAM. Bradford’s History ‘Of Plimoth Plantation’, from the Original

Manuscript, with a Report of the Proceedings Incident to the Return of the Manuscript to

Massachusetts. Boston: Wright and Potter, 1901, 555 pp. (9617.d.2; X.800/33848)

 

BRADFORD, WILLIAM. History of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647. Edited by

Worthington D. Ford. 2 vols. Boston: Houghton Mifflin for the Massachusetts Historical

Society, 1912. (9555.s.8)

 

BRIGHAM, W., ed. The Compact with the Charter and Laws of the Colony of New

Plymouth, Together with the Charter of the Council at Plymouth, and an Appendix,

containing the Articles of Confederation of the United Colonies of New England, and Other

Valuable Documents. Boston: Dutton and Wentworth, 1836, 357 pp. (1246.g.6)

 

BULFINCH, STEPHEN G. A Discourse Suggested by Weir’s Picture of the Embarcation of

the Pilgrims. Washington, D.C.: Gales and Seaton, 1844, 13 pp. (4486.e.50.(9.))

 

CAFFREY, KATE. The Mayflower. London: Deutsch, 1975, 392 pp. (X.800/25009)

 

CHEEVER, GEORGE B., ed. The Journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth in New England in

1620. New York: John Wiley, 1848, 369 pp. (9603.b.8)

 

CHU, JONATHAN M. Neighbors, Friends or Madmen: The Puritan Adjustment to

Quakerism in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts Bay. Westport, Conn., and London:

Greenwood, 1985, 205 pp. (YH.1986.b.425)

 

CLARKE, HERMANN F. John Hull, A Builder of the Bay Colony. Portland, Me.:

Southworth-Anthoensen Press, 1940, 221 pp. (10888.g.17)

 


 

COLONIAL SOCIETY OF MASSACHUSETTS. Medicine in Colonial Massachusetts,

1620-1820: A Conference Held 25 and 26 May 1978. Boston: Publications of the Colonial

Society of Massachusetts vol. 57, 1980, 425 pp. (Ac.8400D[57])

 

CONROY, DAVID W. In Public Houses: Drink and the Revolution of Authority in Colonial

Massachusetts. Chapel Hill and London: University of North Carolina Press for the Institute

of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Va., 1995, 351 pp. (DSC 95/32703)

 

COOPER, JAMES F. Tenacious of Their Liberties: The Congregationalists in Colonial

Massachusetts. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999, 282 pp.

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CUMMINGS, ABBOTT L. The Framed Houses of Massachusetts Bay, 1625-1725.

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CUSHING, ABEL. Historical Letters on the First Charter of Massachusetts Government.

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DAVIS, ANDREW M. Corporations in the Days of the Colony. Cambridge, Mass.: Wilson

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DAVIS, ANDREW M. Currency and Banking in the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. 2

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DAVIS, ANDREW M., ed. Tracts Relating to the Currency of the Massachusetts Bay, 1682-

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DAVIS, WILLIAM T. History of the Judiciary of Massachusetts, Including the Plymouth

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DEANE, CHARLES. Notes on a Recently Discovered Indenture Relating to David Thomson

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DEMOS, JOHN. A Little Commonwealth: Family Life in Plymouth Colony. New York:

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DEVERELL, WILLIAM T. The Pilgrims and the Anglican Church. London: Remington,

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FOOTE, HENRY W., ed. The Cambridge Platform of 1648: Tercentenary Commemoration

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FORD, WORTHINGTON C. Broadsides, Ballads &c. Printed in Massachusetts, 1639-

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HARASZTI, ZOLTÁN. The Harvard Tercentenary: An Exhibit of Rare Books,

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HARE, LLOYD C. M. Thomas Mayhew: Patriarch to the Indians, 1593-1682. New York

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HARVARD UNIVERSITY. Harvard Tercentenary Exhibition: Catalogue of Furniture,

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HILLS, LEON C. History and Genealogy of the Mayflower Planters and First Comers to Ye

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HISTORIC AMERICAN BUILDINGS SURVEY. Historic Buildings of Massachusetts:

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JOHNSON, EDWARD. Wonder-Working Providence of Sion’s Saviour in New-England,

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JONES, MATT B. Thomas Maule, the Salem Quaker, and Free Speech in Massachusetts

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KING, HENRY M. A Summer Visit of Three Rhode Islanders to the Massachusetts Bay in

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LITTLEFIELD, GEORGE E. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Massachusetts Exhibit of

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MARITIME MUSEUM. Southampton in 1620 and the ‘Mayflower’: An Exhibition of

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MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. The Massachusetts Bay Colony

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MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL COURT. The General Court of Massachusetts, 1630-

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MILLER, PERRY. Orthodoxy in Massachusetts, 1630-1650: A Genetic Study. Cambridge,

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MOODY, ROBERT E., ed. The Saltonstall Papers, 1607-1815. Boston: Massachusetts

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MORGAN, EDMUND S., ed. The Founding of Massachusetts: Historians and the Sources.

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MORISON, SAMUEL ELIOT. Builders of the Bay Colony. London: Oxford University

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MURDOCK, KENNETH B., ed. Handkerchiefs from Paul: Being Pious and Consolatory

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NICHOLS, CHARLES L. Notes on the Almanacs of Massachusetts. Worcester, Mass.:

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PLOOIJ, DANIEL. The Pilgrim Fathers from a Dutch Point of View. New York: New York

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POPE, CHARLES H. The Plymouth Scrap Book: The Oldest Original Documents Extant in

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SYLVESTER, NATHANIEL B. History of the Connecticut Valley in Massachusetts. 2 vols.

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VAN DYKEN, SEYMOUR. Samuel Willard, 1640-1707: Preacher of Orthodoxy in an Era

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WHITMORE, WILLIAM H. The Massachusetts Civil List for the Colonial and Provincial

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WILLISON, GEORGE F. Saints and Strangers: The Story of the Mayflower and the

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YOUNG, ALEXANDER. Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers of the Colony of Plymouth,

from 1602 to 1625. 2nd ed. Boston: C. C. Little and James Brown, 1841, 504 pp.

(1447.k.8); 1844, 502 pp. (9604.d.10)

 

ZAKAI, AVIHU. Theocracy in Massachusetts: Reformation and Separation in Early

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ZIFF, LARZER. The Career of John Cotton: Puritanism and the American Experience.

Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1962, 280 pp. (4708.k.14)

 

2) COUNTIES

 


 

a) BARNSTABLE

 

DEYO, SIMEON L., ed. History of Barnstable, Massachusetts, 1620-1890. New York: H.

W. Blake, 1890, 1010 pp. (Mic.A.15635)

 

FREEMAN, FREDERICK. The History of Cape Cod: The Annals of Barnstable County and

of Its Several Towns, including the District of Mashpee. 2 vols. Boston: Rand and Avery,

1858-1862. (10411.h.23)

 

KITTREDGE, HENRY C. Cape Cod: Its People and Their History. Boston and New York:

Houghton Mifflin, 1930, 330 pp. (010410.i.20)

 

PALFREY, JOHN G. A Discourse Pronounced at Barnstable on the Third of September

1939, at the Celebration of the Second Centennial Anniversary of the Settlement of Cape

Cod. Boston: F. Andrews, 1840, 71 pp. (10412.e.27.(3.))

 

PRATT, ENOCH. A Comprehensive History, Ecclesiastical and Civil, of Eastham, Wellfleet

and Orleans, County of Barnstable, Mass., from 1644 to 1844. Yarmouth, Mass.: W. S.

Fisher, 1844, 180 pp. (1303.l.16)

 

b) BRISTOL

 

BLISS, LEONARD. The History of Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. Boston: Otis,

Broaders, 1836, 294 pp. (798.h.24)

 

TAUNTON TERCENTENARY COMMITTEE. Taunton Celebration of the Massachusetts

Bay Tercentenary, 1630-1930. Taunton, Mass.: Taunton Tercentenary Committee, 1930, 64

pp. (010410.ee.24)

 

c) DUKES (INCLUDING MARTHA’S

 

VINEYARD)

 

BANKS, CHARLES E. The History of Martha’s Vineyard, Dukes County, Massachusetts.

Boston: G. H. Dean, 1911-1925. (Mic.A.11087)

 

HOUGH, FRANKLIN B., ed. Papers Relating to the Island of Nantucket, with Documents

Relating to the Original Settlement of That Island, Martha’s Vineyard, and Other Islands

Adjacent, Known as Dukes County, while under the Colony of New York. Albany, N.Y.: J.

Munsell, 1856, 162 pp. (10412.e.7)

 

MAYHEW, EXPERIENCE. Indian Converts, Or Some Account of the Lives and Dying

Speeches of a Considerable Number of the Christianized Indians of Martha's Vineyard, in

New England; to Which Is Added Some Account of the English Ministers Who Have

Successively Presided over the Indian Work in That and Adjacent Islands, by Mr. Prince.

Boston: S. Gerrish, 1727, 310 pp. (493.g.14; G.20183)

 


 

MAYHEW, EXPERIENCE. Indian Narratives, Containing an Account of the First Native

Preacher on Martha’s Vineyard, Together with Sketches of Several Converted Indian Chiefs.

Boston: J. Loring, 1829, 108 pp. (4766.b.5)

 

MAYHEW, EXPERIENCE. The Venerable Mayhews and the Aboriginal Indians of

Martha’s Vineyard. Edited by W. A. Hallock. New York: American Tract Society, 1874,

190 pp. (4985.a.38)

 

d) ESSEX (INCLUDING SALEM)

 

BLODGETTE, GEORGE B. Early Settlers of Rowley, Massachusetts. Edited by Amos E.

Jewett. Rowley, Mass.: privately printed, 1933, 472 pp. (010885.g.20)

 

BOYER, PAUL and STEPHEN NISSENBAUM. Salem Possessed: The Social Origins of

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(X.519/26421)

 

COUSINS, FRANK. Colonial Architecture: Fifty Salem Doorways. London: Hodder and

Stoughton, 1912. (1735.a.37)

 

BABSON, JOHN J. History of the Town of Gloucester, Cape Ann, including the Town of

Rockport. Gloucester, Mass.: Procter Bros., 1860, 610 pp. (10408.f.9)

 

DOW, GEORGE F. The Probate Records of Essex County, Massachusetts. 3 vols. Salem,

Mass.: Essex Institute, 1916. (09915.ff.8)

 

DOW, GEORGE F., ed. Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County,

Massachusetts. 8 vols. Salem, Mass.: Essex Institute, 1911-1921. (Ac.1760/14)

 

GREVEN, PHILIP J. Four Generations: Population, Land and Family in Colonial Andover,

Massachusetts. Ithaca, N.Y., and London: Cornell University Press, 1970, 329 pp.

(X.809/7938)

 

JEWETT, AMOS E. and EMILY M. A. JEWETT. Rowley, Massachusetts, ‘Mr. Exechi

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(10413.t.25)

 

JONES, MATT B. Thomas Maule, the Salem Quaker, and Free Speech in Massachusetts

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KONIG, DAVID T. Law and Society in Puritan Massachusetts: Essex County, 1629-1692.

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LEWIS, ALONZO and JAMES R. NEWHALL. History of Lynn, Essex County,

Massachusetts, including Lynnfield, Saugus, Swampscot and Nahant. Boston: John L.

Shorey, 1865, 620 pp. (10412.g.10)

 

PERLEY, SIDNEY. The Indian Land Titles of Essex County, Massachusetts. Salem, Mass.:

Publications of the Essex Book and Print Club, no. 3, 1912, 144 pp. (Ac.9720)

 


 

PERLEY, SIDNEY. The History of Salem, Massachusetts. 3 vols. Salem, Mass.: Sidney

Perley, 1924-1928. (010410.b.5)

 

PHILLIPS, JAMES D. Salem in the Seventeenth Century. Boston and New York: Houghton

Mifflin, 1933, 420 pp. (010410.e.55)

 

PRINGLE, JAMES R. History of the Town and City of Gloucester, Cape Ann,

Massachusetts. Gloucester, Mass.: privately printed, 1892, 340 pp. (YA.1987.b.2984)

 

WATERS, THOMAS F. Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1623-1700. Ipswich,

Mass.: Ipswich Historical Society, 1905, 586 pp. (10410.w.3; Mic.A.12383)

 

WATERS, THOMAS F. A Sketch of the Life of J. Winthrop the Younger, Founder of

Ipswich, Massachusetts, in 1633. Ipswich, Mass.: Ipswich Historical Society, 1899, 77 pp.

(4985.f.15)

 

WHITE, DANIEL A. New England Congregationalism in Its Origin and Purity; Illustrated

by the Foundation and Early Records of the First Church in Salem. Salem, Mass.: Salem

Gazette Office, 319 pp. (4183.cc.38)

 

YOUNG, CHRISTINE A. From Good Order to Glorious Revolution: Salem,

Massachusetts, 1628-1689. Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research Press, 1980, 263 pp.

(X.800/30867; X.800/43000)

 

e) FRANKLIN

 

HOUGH, FRANKLIN B., ed. Papers Concerning the Attack on Hatfield and Deerfield by a

Party of Indians from Canada, September Nineteenth, 1677. New York: Bradford Club ser.

1, no. 1, 1859, 82 pp. (Ac.9506)

 

MELVOIN, RICHARD I. New England Outpost: War and Society in Colonial Deerfield.

New York: Norton, 1989, 368 pp. (YA.1991.a.22703)

 

SHELDON, GEORGE. 1636—Pocumtuck—1886: A History of Deerfield, Massachusetts,

the Times when and the People by Whom It Was Settled, Unsettled and Resettled, with a

Special Study of the Indian Wars in the Connecticut Valley. 2 vols. Deerfield, Mass.: E. A.

Hall, 1895. (10413.cc.24)

 

f) HAMPDEN COUNTY

 

BURT, HENRY M. Cornet Joseph Parsons, One of the Founders of Springfield and

Northampton, Massachusetts. Garden City, N.Y.: A. R. Parsons, 1898, 187 pp.

(01088l.i.15)

 

BURT, HENRY M. The First Century of the History of Springfield: The Official Records

from 1636 to 1736. 2 vols. Springfield, Mass.: H. M. Burt, 1898. (10409.p.6)

 


 

GREEN, MASON A. Springfield, 1636-1886: History of Town and City, Including an

Account of the Quarter-Millennial Celebration at Springfield, Mass., May 25 and 26, 1886.

Springfield, Mass.: C. A. Nichols, 1888. (Mic.A.12370)

 

INNES, STEPHEN. Labor in a New Land: Economy and Society in Seventeenth-Century

Springfield. Princeton, N.J., and Guildford: Princeton University Press, 1983, 463 pp.

(X.520/32263)

 

PINCHON, WILLIAM, ELIZUR HOLYOKE and JOHN PINCHON. Colonial Justice in

Western Massachusetts, 1639-1702: The Pynchon Court Record: An Original Judges’

Diary of the Administration of Justice in the Springfield Courts in the Massachusetts Bay

Colony. Edited by Joseph H. Smith. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1961,

426 pp. (Ac.2188.b.(3.))

 

g) HAMPSHIRE

 

HOUGH, FRANKLIN B., ed. Papers Concerning the Attack on Hatfield and Deerfield by a

Party of Indians from Canada, September Nineteenth, 1677. New York: Bradford Club ser.

1, no. 1, 1859, 82 pp. (Ac.9506)

 

JUDD, SYLVESTER. The History of Hadley, including the Early History of Hatfield, South

Hadley, Amherst and Granby, Massachusetts. Springfield, Mass.: H. R. Hunting, 1905, 470

pp. (10409.p.2)

 

h) MIDDLESEX

 

BARRY, WILLIAM. A History of Framingham, Massachusetts, Including the Plantation,

from 1640 to the Present Time, with an Appendix, Containing a Notice of Sudbury and Its

First Proprietors. Boston: J. Munroe, 1847, 456 pp. (10410.e.3)

 

BROOKS, CHARLES. History of the Town of Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts,

from Its First Settlement in 1630 to the Present Time, 1855. Boston: J. M. Usher, 1855, 576

pp. (9602.c.10)

 

DRAKE, SAMUEL A. History of Middlesex County, Massachusetts. 2 vols. Boston: Estes

and Lauriat, 1880. (10410.g.8; Mic.A.11788)

 

FOOTE, HENRY W. Mr. George Phillips, First Minister of Watertown. Boston:

Massachusetts Historical Society, 1930, 37 pp. (20018.h.1)

 

FRANCIS, CONVERS. An Historical Sketch of Watertown in Massachusetts, from the First

Settlement of the Town to the Close of Its Second Century. Cambridge, Mass.: E. W.

Metcalf, 1830, 151 pp. (1052.e.15)

 

HUNNEWELL, JAMES F. Records of the First Church in Charlestown, Massachusetts,

1632-1789. Boston: D. Clapp and Son, 1880, 168 pp. (4745.f.1)

 


 

JACKSON, FRANCIS. A History of the Early Settlement of Newton, County of Middlesex,

Massachusetts, from 1639 to 1800. Boston: Stacy and Richardson, 1854, 555 pp.

(10411.e.9)

 

PAIGE, LUCIUS R. History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877. Boston: H. O.

Houghton, 1877, 731 pp.; Supplement and Index. By Mary I. Gozzaldi. Cambridge, Mass.:

Cambridge Historical Society, 1930, 860 pp. (010409.h.44)

 

POWELL, SUMNER C. Puritan Village: The Formation of a New England Town.

Middleton, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 1963, 215 pp. (X.802/2627)

 

ROWE, HENRY K. Tercentenary History of Newton, 1630-1930. Newton, Mass.: City of

Newton, 1930, 534 pp. (Mic.A.12417)

 

SEWALL, SAMUEL. The History of Woburn, Massachusetts, from the Grant of Its

Territory to Charlestown in 1640, to 1860. Boston: Wiggin and Lunt, 1868, 657 pp.

(10408.f.24)

 

SHATTUCK, LEMUEL. The History of the Town of Concord, Middlesex County,

Massachusetts, and of the Surrounding Towns, Bedford, Acton, Lincoln and Carlisle.

Boston: Russell, Odiorne; Concord: J. Stacy, 1835, 392 pp. (798.h.23)

 

THOMPSON, ROGER. Sex in Middlesex: Popular Mores in a Massachusetts County,

1649-1699. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1986, 252 pp. (YC.1988.b.1697);

Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1989, 252 pp. (YC.1992.a.3248)

 

WALCOTT, CHARLES H. Concord in the Colonial Period: Being a History of the Town of

Concord, Massachusetts, from the Earliest Settlement to the Overthrow of the Andros

Government, 1635-1689. Boston: Estes and Lauriat, 1884, 172 pp. (10410.e.1)

 

WATERTOWN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Watertown Records. Watertown, Mass.: 8 vols.

Watertown Historical Society, 1894-1939. (Mic.A.9700/1-3)

 

i) NANTUCKET COUNTY

 

BYERS, EDWARD. The Nation of Nantucket: Society and Politics in an Early American

Commercial Center, 1660-1820. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1987, 367 pp.

(DSC 87/08008)

 

DUDLEY, MYRON S. Churches and Pastors of Nantucket, Mass., from the First Settlement

to the Present Time, 1659-1902. Boston: David Clapp and Son, 1902, 21 pp.

(4535.eee.20.(2.))

 

HINCHMAN, LYDIA S. Early Settlers of Nantucket: Their Associates and Descendants.

2nd ed. Philadelphia: Ferris and Leach, 1901, 347 pp. (9906.c.12)

 

HOUGH, FRANKLIN B., ed. Papers Relating to the Island of Nantucket, with Documents

Relating to the Original Settlement of That Island, Martha’s Vineyard, and Other Islands

 


 

Adjacent, Known as Dukes County, while under the Colony of New York. Albany, N.Y.: J.

Munsell, 1856, 162 pp. (10412.e.7)

 

STARBUCK, ALEXANDER. The History of Nantucket: County, Island and Town.

Rutland, Vt.: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1969, 871 pp. (X.800/4559)

 

j) NORFOLK

 

ADAMS, CHARLES F. History of Braintree, Massachusetts (1639-1708), the North

Precinct of Braintree (1708-1792) and the Town of Quincy (1792-1889). Cambridge, Mass.:

Riverside Press, 1891, 365 pp. (Mic.A.12065)

 

BATES, SAMUEL A., ed. Records of the Town of Braintree, 1640 to 1793. Randolph,

Mass.: D. H. Huxford, 1886, 939 pp. (Mic.A.8312)

 

HILL, DON G., ed. Dedham Records. 4 vols. Dedham, Mass.: Dedham Transcript Press,

1886-1894. (10414.cc.11)

 

LOCKRIDGE, KENNETH A. A New England Town: The First Hundred Years: Dedham,

Massachusetts, 1636-1736. New York and London: Norton, 1985, 220 pp. (DSC 94/12597)

 

PATTEE, WILLIAM S. A History of Old Braintree and Quincy, with a Sketch of Randolph

and Holbrook. Quincy, Mass.: Green and Prescott, 1878, 660 pp. (10409.g.17)

 

SMITH, FRANK. A History of Dedham, Massachusetts. Dedham, Mass.: Transcript Press,

1936, 543 pp. (X.800/14093)

 

k) PLYMOUTH

 

DAVIS, W. T., A. LORD, et al., eds. Records of the Town of Plymouth. 3 vols. Plymouth,

Mass.: Avery and Doten, 1889-1903. (010368.g.1)

 

DAVIS, WILLIAM T. History of the Town of Plymouth, with a Sketch of the Origin and

Growth of Separatism. Philadelphia: J. W. Lewis, 1885, 188 pp. (10411.h.26)

 

DEANE, SAMUEL. History of Scituate, Massachusetts, from Its First Settlement to 1831.

Boston: James Loring, 1831, 406 pp. (1304.l.14)

 

THACHER, JAMES. History of the Town of Plymouth. 2nd ed. Boston, 1835. (798.h.25)

 

l) SUFFOLK (INCLUDING BOSTON)

 

BALTZELL, E. DIGBY. Puritan Boston and Quaker Philadelphia. New Brunswick, N.J.,

and London: Transaction, 1996, 585 pp. (DSC 97/10375)

 

BENTON, JOSIAH H. The Story of the Old Boston Town House, 1658-1711. Boston:

Merrymount Press, 1908, 213 pp. (10410.w.2)

 


 

BLAKE, JOHN B. Public Health in the Town of Boston, 1630-1822. Cambridge, Mass.:

Harvard University Press, 1959, 278 pp. (Ac.2692/10)

 

BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY. Tercentenary Celebration, 1630-1930: The Massachusetts

Bay Colony and Boston: A Selected List of Works in the Public Library of the City of Boston.

Boston: Boston Public Library, 1930, 165 pp. (11926.aa.17)

 

CHAMBERLAIN, MELLEN, comp. A Documentary History of Chelsea, including the

Boston Precincts of Winnisimmet, Rumney Marsh and Pullen Point, 1624-1824. 2 vols.

Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, 1908. (10409.v.7)

 

DRAKE, SAMUEL G. The History and Antiquities of Boston, from Its Settlement in 1630 to

the Year 1700. Boston: Luther Stevens, 1856, 840 pp. (1572/146); 2nd ed., Boston:

privately printed, 1857, 840 pp. (10410.h.17)

 

DRAKE, SAMUEL A. Old Boston Taverns and Tavern Clubs. Boston: W. A. Butterfield,

1917, 124 pp. (10413.pp.47)

 

FIRST CHURCH OF DORCHESTER. Records of the First Church at Dorchester in New

England, 1636-1734. Boston: G. H. Ellis, 1891, 270 pp. (4744.gg.20)

 

FISHER, E. T., trans. Report of a French Protestant Refugee in Boston, 1687. Brooklyn,

N.Y.: J. Munsell, 1868, 42 pp. (10413.h.21)

 

FOOTE, HENRY W. Annals of King’s Chapel from the Puritan Age of New England to the

Present Day. 2 vols. Boston: Little, Brown, 1882. (4744.f.28)

 

FORD, WORTHINGTON C. The Boston Book Market, 1679-1700. Boston: Club of Odd

Volumes, 1917, 197 pp. (Ac.9503.c/5)

 

FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN, ed. Boston Printers, Publishers and Booksellers, 1640-1800.

Boston: G. K. Hall, 1980, 545 pp. (2708.e.131)

 

GARNER, A. A. Boston and the Great Civil War, 1642-1651. Boston: Richard Kay, 1992,

70 pp. (YK.1993.a.5654)

 

GREEN, SAMUEL A. John Foster: The Earliest American Engraver and the First Boston

Printer. Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, 1909, 149 pp. (Ac.8400/14)

 

HALE, RICHARD W. Tercentenary History of the Roxbury Latin School, 1645-1945.

Cambridge, Mass.: Riverside Press, 1946, 170 pp. (Mic.A.12258)

 

HISTORICAL RECORDS SURVEY, WORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION. Abstract

and Index of the Records of the Inferior Court of Pleas (Suffolk County Court) Held at

Boston, 1680-1698. Boston: Historical Records Survey, 1940, 224 pp. (Mic.A.8317)

 

HOLMES, PAULINE. A Tercentenary History of the Boston Public Latin School, 1635-

1935. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1935, 541 pp. (Ac.2692/20)

 


 

JONES, HOWARD M. and BESSIE Z. JONES, ed. The Many Voices of Boston: A

Historical Anthology, 1630-1975. Boston: Little, Brown, 1975, 448 pp. (X.800/26950)

 

LORD, ROBERT H., et al. History of the Archdiocese of Boston in the Various Stages of Its

Development, 1604 to 1943. 3 vols. New York: Sheed and Ward, 1944. (Mic.A.10626)

 

PETERS, THOMAS M. A Picture of Town Government in Massachusetts Bay Colony at the

Middle of the Seventeenth Century, as Illustrated by the Town of Boston. New York:

Columbia University Libraries, 1986, 73 pp. (DSC MFR-7370)

 

PIERCE, RICHARD D., ed. The Records of the First Church in Boston, 1630-1868. Boston:

Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, vols. 39-41, 1961, 1255 pp.

(Ac.8400.d)

 

REPORT OF THE RECORD COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF BOSTON. Vol. 1, [Tax

Lists, 1674-1695]. Boston: Rockwell and Churchill, 1876. Vol. 2, [Boston Town Records,

1634-1661]. Boston: Rockwell and Churchill, 1877. Vol. 3, [Charlestown Land Records,

1638-1803]. Boston: Rockwell and Churchill, 1878. Vol. 4, Dorchester Town Records,

[1632-1687]. 3rd ed. Boston: Rockwell and Churchill, 1896. Vol. 7, Boston Records from

1660 to 1701. Boston: Rockwell and Churchill, 1881. Vol. 9, Boston Births, Baptisms,

Marriages and Deaths, 1630-1699. Boston: Municipal Printing Office, 1908. Vol. 21,

Dorchester Births, Marriages and Deaths to the End of 1825. Boston: Rockwell and

Churchill, 1891. Vol. 32, Aspinwall Notarial Records from 1644 to 1651. Boston:

Municipal Printing Office, 1903. (8289.d.1)

 

SEYBOLT, ROBERT F. The Private Schools of Colonial Boston. Cambridge, Mass.:

Harvard University Press, 1935, 106 pp. (08385.df.1)

 

SEYBOLT, ROBERT F. The Public Schools of Colonial Boston, 1635-1775. Cambridge,

Mass.: Harvard Documents in the History of Education, 1935, 101 pp. (Ac.2692.bb/3)

 

WHITEHILL, WALTER M. Boston: A Topographical History. 2nd ed. Cambridge, Mass.:

Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1968, 299 pp. (X.800/3853)

 

WHITEHILL, WALTER M. Boston Prints and Printmakers, 1670-1775: A Conference

Held 1 and 2 April 1971. Boston: Colonial Society of Massachusetts, 1973, 294 pp.

(Ac.8400.d.[vol.46])

 

WINSOR, JUSTIN. The Memorial History of Boston, Including Suffolk County,

Massachusetts, 1630-1880. 4 vols. Boston: Osgood, 1882. (10413.1.7)

 

m) WORCESTER

 

NOURSE, HENRY S., ed. The Early Records of Lancaster, Massachusetts, 1643-1725.

Lancaster, Mass.: Lancaster Library Committee of Publication, 1884, 364 pp. (Mic.A.9515)

 

d. NEW HAMPSHIRE

 


 

BARSTOW, GEORGE. The History of New Hampshire from Its Discovery in 1614 to the

Passage of the Toleration Act in 1819. Concord, N.H.: I. S. Boyd, 1842, 456 pp.

(1447.f.15); 2nd ed., Boston: Little and Brown; New York: Putnam’s, 1853, 456 pp.

(9602.e.6)

 

BATCHELLOR, ALBERT S., ed. A List of Documents in the Public Record Office in

London, England, Relating to the Province of New Hampshire. Manchester, N.H.: New

Hampshire Historical Society Collections, vol. 10, 1893, 557 pp. (Ac.8415)

 

BELKNAP, JEREMY. The History of New-Hampshire. Dover, N.H.: S. C. Stevens, Ela

and Wadleigh, 1831, 512 pp. (1447.f.17)

 

DANIELL, JERE R. Colonial New Hampshire: A History. Millwood, N.Y.: KTO Press,

1981, 279 pp. (X.800/33442)

 

DEAN, JOHN W., ed. Captain John Mason, the Founder of New Hampshire, Including His

Tract on Newfoundland, 1620; the American Charters in which He Was a Grantee, with

Letters and Other Historical Documents. Boston: Prince Society, 1887, 492 pp.

(Ac.9503/12)

 

DEANE, CHARLES. Notes on a Recently Discovered Indenture Relating to David Thomson

of Piscataguq and Massachusetts Bay in New England. Cambridge, Mass.: J. Wilson, 1876,

34 pp. (Mic.F.232)

 

FRY, WILLIAM H. New Hampshire as a Royal Province. New York: Columbia University

Studies in History, Economics and Public Law, vol. 29, no. 2, 1908, 526 pp. (Ac.2688/2)

 

MORISON, ELIZABETH F. and ELTING E. MORISON. New Hampshire: A Bicentennial

History. New York: Norton, 1976, 209 pp. (X.809/47181)

 

NEW HAMPSHIRE, COUNCIL OF. Index to the Records of the Council of New Hampshire

from November 17, 1631, to April 17, 1784, in the Office of the Secretary of State. Concord,

N.H.: E. N. Pearson, 1896, 540 pp. (A.S.N.95/3)

 

PENNINGTON, EDGAR L. The Church of England in Colonial New Hampshire. Hartford,

Conn.: Church Missions Pub. Co., 1937-1938, 12 pp. (20033.cc.29)

 

PENNINGTON, EDGAR L. The Church of England in Colonial New Hampshire and The

Reverend Arthur Browne. 2 pts. Hartford, Conn.: Church Missions Pub. Co., 1937-1938.

(20032.g.26)

 

VAN DEVENTER, DAVID E. The Emergence of Provincial New Hampshire, 1623-1741.

Baltimore, Md., and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1976, 302 pp. (X.800/25795)

 

RHODE ISLAND

 

ADAMS, JAMES T. Rhode Island’s Part in Making America: An Address Delivered at

Rhode Island College of Education. Providence, R.I.: State of Rhode Island Public

Education Service, 1923, 12 pp. (Mic.A.18761)

 


 

ARNOLD, SAMUEL G. History of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.

New York: D. Appleton, 1859-1860. (9605.g.10)

 

BARTLETT, J. R., ed. Records of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations in

New England. 10 vols. Providence, R.I.: A. C. Greene and Brothers, 1856-1865.

(9604.cc.19; 9604.gg.7)

 

BICKNELL, THOMAS W. The History of the State of Rhode Island and Providence

Plantations. 6 vols. New York: American Historical Society, 1920. (Mic.A.9193/1-3)

 

BOWEN, CLARENCE W. The Boundary Disputes of Connecticut. Boston: J. R. Osgood,

1882, 90 pp. (10410.g.7)

 

BOWEN, RICHARD L. Index to the Early Records of the Town of Providence, Volumes IXXI,

Containing also a Summary of the Volumes and an Appendix of Documented Research

Data to Date on Providence and Other Early Seventeenth Century Rhode Island Families.

Providence, R.I.: Rhode Island Historical Society, 1949. (Mic.A.11785(1))

 

BOWEN, RICHARD L. The Providence Oath of Allegiance and Its Signers, 1651-2.

Providence, R.H.: Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Rhode Island and Providence

Plantations, 1943, 92 pp. (Ac.8491/5)

 

BOWEN, RICHARD L. Rhode Island Colonial Money and Its Counterfeiting, 1647-1726.

Providence, R.I.: Society of Colonial Wars, Rhode Island Society, 1942, 112 pp. (Ac.849/4)

 

BRIDENBAUGH, CARL. Fat Mutton and Liberty of Conscience: Society in Rhode Island,

1636-1690. New York: Atheneum, 1976, 157 pp. (X.809/49249)

 

CALLENDER, JOHN. An Historical Discourse on the Civil and Religious Affairs of the

Colony of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations in New-England in America, from the

First Settlement 1638 to the End of First Century. 3rd ed., Boston: T. H. Webb, 1843, 270

pp. (9603.d.23)

 

CAPWELL, HELEN, transcriber. Records of the Court of Trials of the Town of Warwick,

1659-1674. Providence, R.I.: Shepley Press, 1922, 15 pp. (Mic.A.8094.(2.))

 

CHAPIN, HOWARD M. Check List of Rhode Island Almanacs, 1643-1850. Worcester,

Mass.: American Antiquarian Society, 1915, 38 pp. (Ac.5798/10)

 

CHAPIN, HOWARD M. Colonial Heraldy: A Roll of the Arms Used in the English Colony

of Rhode Island in New England, 1636-1776. Providence, R.I.: E. A. Johnson, 1929, 88 pp.

(09917.ccc.31)

 

CHAPIN, HOWARD M. Documentary History of Rhode Island, Being the History of the

Towns of Providence and Warwick to 1649 and of the Colony to 1647. Providence, R.I.:

Preston and Rounds, 1916, 278 pp. (09555.dd.17)

 


 

CHARLES II. The Charter Granted by His Majesty King Charles the Second to the Colony

of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations in America [8 July 1663]. Newport, R.I.: James

Franklin, 1730, 12 pp. (26.e.13.(1.))

 

DANIELS, BRUCE C. Dissent and Conformity on Narragansett Bay: The Colonial Rhode

Island Town. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 1983, 137 pp.

(YA.1990.a.4652)

 

DIMAN, J. LEWIS, ed. George Fox Digg'd Out of His Burrowes. Providence, R.I.:

Publications of the Narragansett Club, First Series, vol. 5, 1872, 503 pp. (Ac.9510)

 

DOWNING, ANTOINETTE F. and VINCENT J. SCULLY. The Architectural Heritage of

Newport, Rhode Island, 1640-1915. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1952, 241

pp. (07822.dd.8)

 

FIELD, EDWARD. Tax List of the Town of Providence during the Administration of Sir E.

Andros and His Council, 1686-1689. Providence, R.I.: H. W. Preston, 1895, 63 pp.

(8229.f.17)

 

GORTON, ADELOS. The Life and Times of Samuel Gorton: The Founders and the

Founding of the Republic, a Section of Early United States History and a History of the

Colony of Providence and Rhode Island Plantations in the Narragansett Indian Country,

Now the State of Rhode Island, 1592-1636-1677-1687. Philadelphia: G. S. Ferguson, 1907,

960 pp. (Mic.A.15219)

 

ISHAM, NORMAN M. and ALBERT F. BROWN. Early Rhode Island Houses: An

Historical and Architectural Study. Providence, R.I.: Preston and Rounds, 1895, 100 pp.

(Mic.A.15302)

 

JAMES, SYDNEY V. Colonial Rhode Island: A History. New York: Scribner's, 1975, 423

pp. (X.800/14551)

 

KIMBALL, GERTRUDE S., ed. Pictures of Rhode Island in the Past, 1642-1833.

Providence, R.I.: Preston and Rounds, 1900, 175 pp. (10412.ee.35)

 

KIMBALL, GERTRUDE S. Providence in Colonial Times. Boston and New York:

Houghton Mifflin, 1912, 392 pp. (C.100.k.9)

 

KING, HENRY M. Sir Henry Vane, Jr., Governor of Massachusetts and Friend of Roger

Williams and Rhode Island [1612-1662]. Providence, R.I.: Preston and Rounds, 1909, 207

pp. (010854.df.18)

 

KING, HENRY M. A Summer Visit of Three Rhode Islanders to the Massachusetts Bay in

1651: An Account of the Visit of Dr. John Clarke, Obadiah Holmes and John Crandall,

Members of the Baptist Church in Newport, R.I., to William Witter of Swampscott, Mass., in

July 1651: Its Innocent Purpose and Its Painful Consequences. Providence, R.I.: Preston

and Rounds, 1896, 115 pp. (Mic.A.15629)

 


 

LIVERMORE, S. T. A History of Block Island from Its Discovery, in 1514, to the Present

Time, 1876. Hartford, Conn.: Case, Lockwood and Brainard, 1877, 371 pp. (10409.b.38)

 

MCLOUGHLIN, WILLIAM G. Rhode Island: A Bicentennial History. New York: Norton,

1978, 240 pp. (X.809/47193)

 

POTTER, ELISHA R. The Early History of Narragansett. Providence, R.I.: Rhode Island

Historical Society, vol. 3, 1835, 315 pp. (Ac.8490)

 

POTTER, ELISHA R. Memoir Concerning the French Settlements and French Settlers in

the Colony of Rhode Island. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1968, 138 pp.

(X.800/5648)

 

RICHMAN, IRVING B. Rhode Island, Its Making and Its Meaning: A Survey of the Annals

of the Commonwealth from Its Settlement to the Death of Roger Williams, 1636-1683. 2 vols.

New York and London: Putnam's, 1902. (09605.c.5)

 

RHODE ISLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY, ed. The Early Records of the Town of

Portsmouth. Providence, R.I.: E. L. Freeman and Sons, 1901, 462 pp. (Mic.A.12409)

 

SANFORD, PELEG. The Letter Book of Peleg Sanford of Newport, Merchant (Later

Governour of Rhode Island), 1666-1668. Transcribed by Howard W. Preston. Providence,

R.I.: Rhode Island Historical Society, 1928, 84 pp. (Mic.A.10302)

 

SIMMONS, WILLIAM S. Cautantowwit’s House: An Indian Burial Ground on the Island

of Conanicut in Narragansett Bay. Providence, R.I.: Brown University Press, 1970, 178 pp.

(X.429/5490)

 

UPDIKE, DANIEL B. Richard Smith, First English Settler of the Narragansett Country,

Rhode Island, with a Series of Letters Written by His Son Richard Smith, Jr., to Members of

the Winthrop Family and Notes on Cocumscussuc, Smith’s Estate in Narragansett. Boston:

Merrymount Press, 1937, 118 pp. (010821.i.26)

 

WEEDEN, WILLIAM B. Early Rhode Island: A Social History of the People. New York:

Grafton Press, 1910, 381 pp. (9551.bbb.17)

 

WINSHIP, G. P., ed. A Farther Brief and True Narration of the Great Swamp Fight in the

Narragansett Country, December 19, 1675. Providence, R.I.: Society of Colonial Wars in

the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, 1912, 12 pp. (Ac.8491)

 

B. MIDDLE COLONIES

 

1. GENERAL STUDIES

 

BALMER, RANDALL. A Perfect Babel of Confusion: Dutch Religion and English Culture

in the Middle Colonies. New York: Oxford University Press, 1989, 258 pp.

(YC.1990.a.4901)

 


 

BUTLER, JON. Power, Authority and the Origins of American Denominational Order: The

English Churches in the Delaware Valley, 1680-1730. Philadelphia: American

Philosophical Society, 1978, 85 pp. (Ac.1830/3(68/2))

 

DRAKE, SAMUEL A. The Making of Virginia and the Middle Colonies, 1578-1701.

London: Gibbings, 1894, 228 pp. (9605.c.18)

 

FABEND, FIRTH H. A Dutch Family in the Middle Colonies, 1660-1800. New Brunswick,

N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1991, 326 pp. (YA.1992.b.4626)

 

FERNOW, B., ed. Documents Relating to the History of the Dutch and Swedish Settlements

on the Delaware River. Albany, N.Y.: Argus, 1877. (Mic.F.232)

 

FERRIS, BENJAMIN. The History of the Original Settlements on the Delaware, from Its

Discovery by Hudson to the Colonization under William Penn; To Which Is Added, an

Account of the Ecclesiastical Affairs of the Swedish Settlers, and a History of Wilmington,

from Its First Settlement to the Present Time. Wilmington, Del.: Wilson and Heald, 1846,

312 pp. (1446.f.13); Port Washington, N.Y.: Kennikat Press, 1972, 312 pp. (X.800/8485)

 

HOFFER, PETER C., ed. Commerce and Community: Selected Articles on the Middle

Atlantic Colonies. New York and London: Garland, 1988, 393 pp. (YC.1989.a.3189)

 

LEVY, BARRY. Quakers and the American Family: British Settlement in the Delaware

Valley. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1988, 340 pp. (YC.1989.a.5340;

YC.1992.a.2075)

 

RANDOLPH, EDWARD. Edward Randolph, Including His Letters and Official Papers

from the New England, Middle and Southern Colonies in America, with Other Documents

Relating Chiefly to the Vacating of the Royal Charter of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay,

1676-1703. Edited by Robert N. Toppan and Alfred T. S. Goodrick. 7 vols. Boston: Prince

Society, 1898-1909. (Ac.9503/16)

 

WARD, CHRISTOPHER L. The Dutch and Swedes on the Delaware, 1609-64. Philadephia:

University of Pennsylvania Press, 1930, 393 pp. (010410.f.47)

 

WEIS, FREDERICK L. The Colonial Churches and the Colonial Clergy of the Middle and

Southern Colonies, 1607-1776. Lancaster, Mass.: Society of the Descendants of the Colonial

Clergy, 1938, 140 pp. (Mic.A.12340)

 

WEIS, FREDERICK L. The Colonial Clergy of the Middle Colonies, New York, New Jersey

and Pennsylvania, 1628-1776. Worcester, Mass.: Proceedings of the American Antiquarian

Society, vol. 66, pt. 2, 1957, pp. 167-351. (Ac.5798/2)

 

WESLAGER, C. A. The English on the Delaware, 1610-1682. New Brunswick, N.J.:

Rutgers University Press, 1967, 303 pp. (X.809/6784)

 

WESLAGER, C. A., with A. R. Dunlap. Dutch Explorers, Traders and Settlers in the

Delaware Valley, 1609-1664. Phildelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1962, 329 pp.

(10059.n.26); 2nd ed., 1965, 329 pp. (YA.1995.a.12955)

 


 

WORRALL, ARTHUR J. Quakers in the Colonial Northeast. Hanover, N.H., and London:

University Press of New England, 1980, 238 pp. (X.800/29234)

 

WUORINEN, JOHN H. The Finns on the Delaware, 1638-1655: An Essay in American

Colonial History. New York: Columbia University Press, 1938, 179 pp. (9555.pp.16)

 

ZUCKERMAN, MICHAEL, ed. Friends and Neighbors: Group Life in America’s First

Plural Society. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1982, 255 pp. (DSC 82/18636)

 

2. NEW SWEDEN

 

ACRELIUS, ISRAEL. A History of New Sweden, or, the Settlements on the River Delaware.

Translated by William M. Reynolds. Philadelphia: Memoirs of the Historical Society of

Pennsylvania, vol. 11, 1874, 458 pp. (Ac.8430)

 

BOYD, JULIAN P. New Sweden, 1638-1938, Being a Catalogue of Rare Books and

Manuscripts Relating to the Swedish Colonization on the Delaware River. Philadelphia:

Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1938, 51 pp. (11926.aa.41)

 

CAMPANIUS HOLM, THOMAS. A Short Description of the Province of New Sweden, Now

Called, by the English, Pennsylvania. Edited by Peter S. Du Ponceau. Philadelphia:

M’Carty and Davis, 1834, 166 pp. (Ac.8430)

 

CLEMENTS LIBRARY. New Sweden, 1638-1938: A Guide to an Exhibition of Rare Books

and Maps in the William L. Clements Library Arranged in Commemoration of the

Tercentenary of the Swedish Settlements on the Delaware. Ann Arbor: University of

Michigan, 1938, 12 pp. (Ac.2685.aea/5)

 

DAHLGREN, STELLAN and HANS NORMAN. The Rise and Fall of New Sweden:

Governor Johan Risingh's Journal, 1654-1655, in Its Historical Context. Edited by Stellan

Dahlgren and Hans Norman. Uppsala: Almqvist and Wiksell International, 1988, 303 pp.

(Ac.1077.e[vol.27])

 

GEISSLER, SUZANNE. Lutheranism and Anglicanism in Colonial New Jersey: An Early

Ecumenical Experiment in New Sweden. Lewiston, N.Y.: Mellen Press, 1988, 134 pp. (DSC

8489.088 vol. 29)

 

HENRIKSSON, FRITZ. Sweden's Participation in the U.S. Celebration of the New Sweden

Tercentenary. Translated by Gösta E. Sandström. Stockholm: Alb. Bonniers Boktryckeri,

1939, 197 pp. (X.700/5286)

 

JOHNSON, AMANDUS, trans. The Instruction for Johan Printz, Governor of New Sweden:

'The First Constitution or Supreme Law of the States of Pennsylvania and Delaware'. Port

Washington, N.Y.: Ira J. Friedman, 1969, 287 pp. (X.800/7591)

 

JOHNSON, AMANDUS. Johan Classon Rising: The Last Governor of New Sweden. 1915,

16 pp. (Mic.A.18671)

 


 

JOHNSON, AMANDUS. The Swedish Settlements on the Delaware: Their History and

Relation to the Indians, Dutch and English, 1638-1664, with an Account of the South, the

New Sweden, and the American Companies, and the Efforts of Sweden to Regain the Colony.

2 vols. New York: University of Pennsylvania, 1911. (Ac.2692.p/14)

 

LARSON, ESTHER E. Swedish Commentators on America, 1638-1865: An Annotated List

of Selected Manuscript and Printed Materials. New York: New York Public Library;

Chicago: Swedish Pioneer Historical Society, 1963, 139 pp. (2774.m.25)

 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. Books, Maps and Prints Relating to New Sweden, On

Exhibition at the Library of Congress (Tercentenary Commemorating the First Settlement of

the Swedes and the Finns on the Delaware, 1638-1938). Washington, D.C.: Library of

Congress, 1938, 51 pp. (11925.f.19)

 

LINDESTRÖM, PETER. Geographia Americae with an Account of the Delaware Indians,

Based on Surveys and Notes Made in 1654-1656. Translated by Amandus Johnson.

Philadelphia: Swedish Colonial Society, 1925, 418 pp. (Ac.8442/2)

 

LOSMAN, ARNE, et al.,eds. The Age of New Sweden. Stockholm: Livustkammaren, 1988,

131 pp. (YA.1990.a.19489)

 

STRÖMBOM, SIXTEN. Swedish Tercentenary Art Exhibit, 1937-1938: Official Catalogue.

Stockholm: Nordisk Rotogravyr, 1937, 179 pp. (7811.pp.39)

 

WARD, CHRISTOPHER L. New Sweden on the Delaware. Philadelphia: University of

Pennsylvania Press, 1938, 160 pp. (010410.c.5)

 

3. INDIVIDUAL STATES

 

a. DELAWARE

 

COLONIAL SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA. Records of the Court of New Castle on

Delaware, 1676-1681. Philadelphia: Colonial Society of Pennsylvania, 1904, 543 pp.

(Mic.A.8861)

 

DAUGHERTY, M. M. Early Colonial Taxation in Delaware. Wilmington, Del.: Delaware

Tercentenary Commission, 1938, 51 pp. (08230.eee.45)

 

DE VALINGER, LEON. Colonial Military Organization in Delaware, 1638-1776.

Wilmington, Del.: Delaware Tercentenary Commission, 1938, 55 pp. (8833.c.8)

 

DELAWARE TERCENTENARY COMMISSION. Observance of the Three Hundredth

Anniversary of the First Permanent Settlement in the Delaware River Valley. Washington,

D.C.: Delaware Tercentenary Commission, 1940, 64 pp. (010410.ee.60)

 

EBERLEIN, HAROLD D. and CORTLANDT V. D. HUBBARD. Historic Houses and

Buildings of Delaware. Dover, Del.: Public Archives Commission, 1963, 227 pp.

(Cup.24.t.10)

 


 

ECKMAN, JEANNETTE, ed. New Castle on the Delaware: Dutch Tercentenary Edition,

1651-1951. 3rd ed. New Castle, Del.: New Castle Historical Society, 1950, 151 pp.

(Mic.A.12351)

 

ESSAH, PATIENCE. A House Divided: Slavery and Emancipation in Delaware, 1638-

1865. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1996, 216 pp. (YA.1999.b.4611)

 

KELLY, PAUL W. New Castle, Delaware: A Bibliography in Commemoration of the

Tercentenary of the Founding of New Castle. Newark, Del.: Newark Printing Co., 1951, 20

pp. (11927.e.32)

 

LINCOLN, ANNA T. Wilmington, Delaware: Three Centuries under Four Flags, 1609-

1937. Port Washington, N.Y., and London: Kennikat Press, 1972, 411 pp. (X.800/8544)

 

MUNROE, JOHN A. Colonial Delaware: A History. New York: KTO Press, 1978, 292

pp. (X.800/14539)

 

MYERS, ALBERT C., ed. Narratives of Early Pennsylvania, West New Jersey, and

Delaware, 1630-1707. New York: Scribner's, 1912, 476 pp. (9551.p.10)

 

RODNEY, RICHARD S. Colonial Finances in Delaware. Wilmington, Del.: Wilmington

Trust Co., 1928, 68 pp. (Mic.A.10006)

 

SCHARF, JOHN T. History of Delaware, 1609-1888. Port Washington, N.Y., and London:

Kennikat Press, 1972, 1358 pp. (X.802/2765)

 

WALLACE, PHILIP B. Colonial Churches and Meeting Houses: Pennsylvania, New Jersey

and Delaware. New York: Architectural Book Pub. Co., 1931, 291 pp. (L.R.430.aa.13;

L.R.416.tt.7)

 

WEIS, FREDERICK L. The Colonial Clergy of Maryland, Delaware and Georgia.

Lancaster, Mass.: Society of the Descendants of the Colonial Clergy, 1950, 103 pp.

(X.200/35514); Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub., 1978, 104 pp. (X.809/60339)

 

WESLAGER, CLINTON A. Delaware’s Buried Past: A Story of Archaelogical Adventure.

New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1968, 219 pp. (X.429/4982)

 

WHISKER, JAMES B. The American Colonial Militia. Vol. 4, The Colonial Militias of

New York, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. Lewiston, N.Y.: Mellen Press, 1997.

(YC.1998.b.4229)

 

WOOTEN, BAYARD M. New Castle, Delaware, 1651-1939: Photographs. Boston:

Houghton Mifflin, 1939. (Mic.A.12062)

 

b. NEW JERSEY

 

BAILEY, ROSALIE F. Pre-Revolutionary Dutch Houses and Families in Northern New

Jersey and Southern New York. New York: Dover, 1968, 612 pp. (X.700/22094)

 


 

COOLEY, HENRY S. A Study of Slavery in New Jersey. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins

University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 14, nos. 9-10, 1896, 60 pp.

(Ac.2689)

 

CRAVEN, WESLEY F. New Jersey and the English Colonization of North America.

Princeton, N.J.: Van Nostrand, 1964, 114 pp. (X.0709/14.(3.))

 

EDSALL, PRESTON W., ed. Journal of the Courts of Common Right and Chancery of East

New Jersey, 1683-1702. Philadelphia: American Legal History Society, 1937, 356 pp.

(Mic.A.9226)

 

FEDERAL WRITERS' PROJECT, WORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION. The Swedes

and Finns in New Jersey. Bayonne, N.J.: Jersey Printing Co., 1938, 165 pp. (10413.p.11)

 

GEISSLER, SUZANNE. Lutheranism and Anglicanism in Colonial New Jersey: An Early

Ecumenical Experiment in New Sweden. Lewiston, N.Y.: Mellen Press, 1988, 134 pp. (DSC

8489.088 vol. 29)

 

HODGES, GRAHAM R. Root and Branch: African Americans in New York and East

Jersey, 1613-1863. Chapel Hill and London: University of North Carolina Press, 1999, 413

pp. (YC.1999.b.9153)

 

HODGES, GRAHAM R. Slavery and Freedom in the Rural North: African Americans in

Monmouth County, New Jersey, 1665-1865. Madison, Wis.: Madison House, 1996, 238 pp.

(YA.1997.b.5277)

 

HOPKINS, THOMAS S. and WALTER S. COX. Colonial Furniture of West New Jersey.

Haddonfield, N.J.: Historical Society of Haddonfield, 1936, 113 pp. (Mic.A.12906)

 

LANDSMAN, NED C. Scotland and Its First American Colony, 1683-1765. Princeton, N.J.,

and Guildford: Princeton University Press, 1985, 360 pp. (X.809/66857)

 

LANE, WHEATON J. From Indian Trail to Iron Horse: Travel and Transportation in New

Jersey, 1620-1860. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1939, 437 pp. (Ac.1833.e/2)

 

LEVITT, JAMES H. For Want of Trade: Shipping and the New Jersey Ports, 1680-1783.

Newark, N.J.: New Jersey Historical Society, 1981, 224 pp. (DSC 3310.4588 no. 17)

 

LIEBY, ADRIAN C. The Early Dutch and Swedish Settlers of New Jersey. Princeton, N.J.:

Van Nostrand, 1964, 139 pp. (X.0709/14.(10.))

 

MYERS, ALBERT C. Narratives of Early Pennsylvania, West New Jersey, and Delaware,

1630-1707. New York: Scribner's, 1912, 476 pp. (9551.p.10)

 

POMFRET, JOHN E. Colonial New Jersey: A History. New York: Scribner's, 1973, 327

pp. (X.800/15287)

 

POMFRET, JOHN. The New Jersey Proprietors and Their Lands, 1664-1776. Princeton,

N.J.: Van Nostrand, 1964, 135 pp. (X.0709/14.(9.))

 


 

POMFRET, JOHN. The Province of East New Jersey, 1609-1702: The Rebellious

Proprietary. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1962, 407 pp. (Ac.1833.e/2.(8.))

 

POMFRET, JOHN. The Province of West New Jersey, 1609-1702: A History of the Origins

of an American Colony. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1956, 298 pp.

(Ac.1833.e/2.(5.))

 

PRICE, CLEMENT A., ed. Freedom Not Far Distant: A Documentary History of Afro-

Americans in New Jersey. Newark, N.J.: New Jersey Historical Society, 1980, 334 pp.

(DSC 3310.45888 no. 16)

 

REED, H. CLAY and GEORGE J. MILLER, eds. The Burlington Court Book: A Record of

Quaker Jurisprudence in West New Jersey, 1680-1709. Washington, D.C.: American

Historical Association, 1944, 372 pp. (Ac.8504/18)

 

SCOTT, AUSTIN. The Influence of the Proprietors in Founding the State of New Jersey.

Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 3,

no. 8, 26 pp. (Ac.2689)

 

SMITH, SAMUEL. The History of the Colony of Nova-Caesaria, or New-Jersey, Containing

an Account of Its First Settlement, Progressive Improvements, the Original and Present

Constitution, and Other Events, to the Year 1721, with Some Particulars since, and a View of

Its Present State. Burlington, N.J.: James Parker, 1765, 573 pp. (Cup.410.f.1206)

 

TANNER, EDWIN P. The Province of New Jersey, 1664-1738. New York: Columbia

College Studies in History, Economics and Public Law, vol. 30, 1908, 712 pp. (Ac.2688/2)

 

THOMAS, GABRIEL. An Account of Pennsylvania and West New Jersey. Edited by C. T.

Brady. Cleveland, Ohio: Burrows Bros. Co., 1903, 83 pp. (10412.e.25)

 

WACKER, PETER O. Land and People: A Cultural Geography of Preindustrial New

Jersey: Origins and Settlement Patterns. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press,

1975, 499 pp. (X.800/14689)

 

WALLACE, PHILIP B. Colonial Churches and Meeting Houses: Pennsylvania, New Jersey

and Delaware. New York: Architectural Book Pub. Co., 1931, 291 pp. (L.R.430.aa.13;

L.R.416.tt.7)

 

WHISKER, JAMES B. The American Colonial Militia. Vol. 4, The Colonial Militias of

New York, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. Lewiston, N.Y.: Mellen Press, 1997.

(YC.1998.b.4229)

 

WHITEHEAD, W. A. East Jersey under the Proprietary Governments. Newark, N.J.: M.

R. Dennis, 1875, 486 pp. (9605.e.3)

 

WHITEHEAD, W. A., et al. Archives of the State of New Jersey. Newark, N.J.: New Jersey

Historical Society, 1880-1901. (Ac.8420/3)

 


 

WICKES, STEPHEN. History of Medicine in New Jersey and of Its Medical Men, from the

Settlement of the Province to A.D. 1800. Newark, N.J.: M. R. Dennis, 1879, 449 pp.

(7679.f.3)

 

WOODWARD, CARL R. The Development of Agriculture in New Jersey, 1640-1880. New

Brunswick, N.J.: New Jersey Agricultural Experiement Station, Rutgers University, 1927,

321 pp. (08286.c.59)

 

WOODY, THOMAS. Quaker Education in the Colony and State of New Jersey. New York:

Arno, 1969, 408 pp. (X.529/62421)

 

c. NEW YORK

 

ABBOTT, JOHN S. C. Peter Stuyvesant, the Last Dutch Governor of New Amsterdam. New

York: Dodd and Mead, 1873, 362 pp. (10881.de.30)

 

AIKEN, JOHN R. Utopianism and the Emergence of the Colonial Legal Profession: New

York, 1664-1710, A Test Case. New York and London: Garland, 1989, 298 pp.

(YC.1991.b.2622)

 

ANDREWS, WILLIAM L. New Amsterdam, New Orange, New York: A Chronologically

Arranged Account of Engraved Views of the City from the First Picture Published in MDCLI

until the Year MDCCC. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1897, 143 pp. (10410.dd.30)

 

ARCHDEACON, THOMAS J. New York City, 1664-1710: Conquest and Change. Ithaca,

N.Y., and London: Cornell University Press, 1976, 197 pp. (X.809/41571)

 

ARMBRUSTER, EUGENE L. The Indians of New England and New Netherland. Brooklyn,

N.Y.: privately printed, 1918, 11 pp. (10409.r.12)

 

ASHER, GEORG M. A Bibliographical and Historical Essay on the Dutch Books and

Pamphlets Relating to New-Netherland and to the Dutch West-India Company and to Its

Possessions in Brazil, Angola, etc. Amsterdam, 1966. (T 23433)

 

BACHMAN, VAN CLEAF. Peltries or Plantations: The Economic Policies of the Dutch

West India Company in New Netherland, 1623-1639. Baltimore, Md., and London: Johns

Hopkins Press, 1969, 183 pp. (Ac.2689/87.(2.))

 

BAILEY, ROSALIE F. Pre-Revolutionary Dutch Houses and Families in Northern New

Jersey and Southern New York. New York: Dover, 1968, 612 pp. (X.700/22094)

 

BAIRD, CHARLES W. Chronicle of a Border Town: History of Rye, Westchester County,

New York, 1660-1870, Including Harrison and the White Plains till 1788. New York: Anson

D. F. Randolph, 1871, 570 pp. (1570/4065)

 

BARCK, DOROTHY C., ed. Papers of the Lloyd Family of the Manor of Queens Village,

Lloyd’s Neck, Long Island, New York, 1654-1826. New York: Collections of the New York

Historical Society, vols. 59-60, 1927. (Ac.8425/8)

 


 

BARR, LOCKWOOD. A Brief, but Most Complete and True Account of the Settlement of the

Ancient Town of Pelham, Westchester County, State of New York. Richmond, Va.: Dietz

Press, 1946, 190 pp. (10414.bb.22)

 

BAYER, HENRY G. The Belgians: First Settlers in New York and in the Middle States.

New York: Devin-Adair Co., 1925, 373 pp. (010410.g.21)

 

BENES, PETER, ed. Foodways in the Northeast: Conference on Diet, Food Preparation

and Cooking in the Pre-industrial American Northeast. Boston: Boston University, 1984,

144 pp. (DSC 3630.932 1982)

 

BIEMER, LINDA B. Women and Property in Colonial New York: The Transition from

Dutch to English Law, 1643-1727. Epping: Bowker, 1983, 155 pp. (X.520/31286)

 

BLACK, GEORGE A. The History of the Municipal Ownership of Land on Manhattan

Island to the Beginning of Sales by the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund in 1844. New

York: Columbia College Studies in History, Economics and Public Law, Vol. 1, no. 3, 1891,

83 pp. (Ac.2688/2)

 

BOGAERT, HARMEN M. VAN DEN. A Journey into Mohawk and Oneida Country, 1634-

1635: The Journal of Harmen Meyndertsz van den Bogaert. Translated and edited by

Charles T. Gehring and William A. Starna. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 1988,

77 pp. (YA.1989.a.9817)

 

BONOMI, PATRICIA U. A Factious People: Politics and Society in Colonial New York.

New York and London: Columbia University Press, 1971, 342 pp. (X.800/6174)

 

BOWEN, CLARENCE W. The Boundary Disputes of Connecticut. Boston: J. R. Osgood,

1882, 90 pp. (10410.g.7)

 

BRODHEAD, J. R. Commemoration of the Conquest of New Netherland, or Its Two

Hundredth Anniversary. New York: New York Historical Society, 1864, 87 pp. (Ac.8425/2)

 

BUNCE, JAMES E. and RICHARD P. HARMOND, eds. Long Island as America: A

Documentary History to 1896. Port Washington, N.Y., and London: Kennikat Press, 1977,

202 pp. (X.800/26711)

 

BURKE, THOMAS E. Mohawk Frontier: The Dutch Community of Schenectady, New York,

1661-1710. Ithaca, N.Y., and London: Cornell University Press, 1991, 252 pp.

(YA.1994.b.4003)

 

CALENDAR OF COLONIAL MANUSCRIPTS INDORSED LAND PAPERS IN THE OFFICE

OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF NEW YORK, 1643-1803. Albany, N.Y.: Weed,

Parsons, 1864, 1087 pp. (9604.d.3)

 

CATALOGUE OF BOOKS RELATING TO AMERICA, INCLUDING A LARGE NUMBER

OF RARE WORKS PRINTED BEFORE 1700, AMONGST WHICH A NEARLY COMPLETE

COLLECTION OF DUTCH PUBLICATIONS ON NEW-NETHERLAND FROM 1612 TO

1820. Amsterdam: C. A. Spin, 1850. (Mic.F.232)

 


 

CHESTER, ALDEN, ed. Legal and Judicial History of New York. 3 vols. Buffalo, N.Y. W.

S. Hein, 1983. (YA.1993.b.8201)

 

CHRISTOPH, CHARLES T. and FLORENCE A. CHRISTOPH, eds. The Andros Papers:

Files of the Provincial Secretary of New York during the Administration of Governor Sir

Edmund Andros, 1674-1680. Translated by Charles T. Gehring. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse

University Press, 1989. (YA.1992.b.4805)

 

COLTON, JULIA M. Annals of Old Manhattan, 1609-1664. New York: Brentano's, 1901,

238 pp. (10413.g.31)

 

COOPER, VICTOR H. A Dangerous Woman: New York's First Lady Liberty: The Life and

Times of Lady Deborah Moody (1586-1659?): Her Search for Freedom of Religion in

Colonial America. Bowie, Md.: Heritage Books, 1995, 187 pp. (YA.1997.a.12969)

 

DANCKAERTS, JASPER. Journal of Jasper Danckaerts, 1679-1680. Edited by Bartlett B.

James and J. Franklin Jameson. New York: Scribner's, 1913, 313 pp. (9551.p.13)

 

DANKERS, JASPAR and PETER SLUYTER. Journal of a Voyage to New York and a Tour

in Several of the American Colonies in 1679-80. Edited by Henry C. Murphy. Brooklyn,

N.Y.: Long Island Historical Society, 1867, 440 pp. (Ac.8365)

 

DAVIS, ASAHEL. History of New Amsterdam, or, New York as It Was, in the Days of the

Dutch Governors. New York: R. T. Young, 1854, 204 pp. (10412.b.8)

 

DE FOREST, JOHN W. The De Forests of Avesnes and of New Netherland, a Huguenot

Thread in American Colonial History, 1494 to the Present Time. New Haven, Conn.: Tuttle,

Morehouse and Taylor, 1900, 286 pp. (9902.cc.15)

 

DE LANCEY, EDWARD F., et al. The Burghers of New Amsterdam and the Freemen of

New York, 1675-1866. New York: New York Historical Society, 1886, 678 pp. (Ac.8425/8)

 

DILLIARD, MAUD E. Old Dutch Houses of Brooklyn. New York: Richard R. Smith, 1945,

128 pp. (X.529/66225)

 

DUERMYER, LOUIS. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York, 1683-

1809: Marriages, Baptisms, Members. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1978, 932

pp. (X.200/37900)

 

DUNLAP, WILLIAM. History of the New Netherlands, Province of New York, and State of

New York, to the Adoption of the Federal Constitution. New York: Carter and Thorp, 1939.

(1446.g.13)

 

EARLE, ALICE M. Colonial Days in Old New York. London: D. Nutt, 1896, 312 pp.

(10410.aa.41)

 

EEKHOF, ALBERT. Jonas Michaëlius, Founder of the Church in New Netherland. Leyden:

Q. W. Sijthoff, 1926, 148 pp. (4887.dd.16)

 


 

ELTING, IRVING. Dutch Village Communities on the Hudson River. Baltimore, Md.:

Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 4, no. 1, 1886, 68

pp. (Ac.2689)

 

EVJEN, JOHN O. Scandinavian Immigrants to New York, 1630-1674, with Appendices on

Scandinavians in Mexico and South America, 1532-1640, Scandinavians in Canada, 1619-

1620, Some Scandinavians in New York in the Eighteenth Century, German Immigrants in

New York, 1630-1674. Minneapolis, Minn.: K. C. Holter, 1916, 438 pp. (01076.i.10)

 

FERNOW, BERTHOLD, ed. Calendar of Wills on File and Recorded in the Offices of the

Clerk of the Court of Appeals, of the County Clerk at Albany, and of the Secretary of State,

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1) GENERAL

 

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1681-1684. San Marion, Calif.: Huntington Library, 1967, 256 pp. (X.800/4681)

 

BARKSDALE, BRENT E. Pacifism and Democracy in Colonial Pennsylvania. Stanford,

Calif.: Stanford University, 1961, 65 pp. (X.0909/159.(3.))

 

BRANTZ, MAYER. Calvert and Penn, or, the Growth of Civil and Religious Liberty in

America, as Disclosed in the Planting of Maryland and Pennsylvania: A Discourse.

Baltimore, Md.: Pennsylvania Historical Society, 1852, 49 pp. (9617.bb.8)

 

BRONNER, EDWIN B. William Penn's 'Holy Experiment': The Founding of Pennsylvania,

1681-1701. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1962, 306 pp. (Ac.2692.pm.(8.))

 

BURKHART, LARRY L. The Good Fight: Medicine in Colonial Pennsylvania. New York:

Garland, 1989, 347 pp. (YC.1991.b.4059)

 

BURANELLI, VINCENT. The King and the Quaker: A Study of William Penn and James

II. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1962, 241 pp. (4698.g.23; 4693.g.23)

 

COLONIAL SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA. Records of the Court of New Castle on

Delaware, 1676-1681. Philadelphia: Colonial Society of Pennsylvania, 1904, 543 pp.

(Mic.A.8861)

 


 

COMFORT, WILL L. William Penn, 1644-1718: A Tercentenary Estimate. Philadelphia:

University of Pennsylvania Press, 1944, 185 pp. (2407.bb.21)

 

DINGWALL, EVALYN and ELIZABETH A. HEARD. Pennsylvania, 1681-1756: The

State without an Army. London: C. W. Daniel Co., 1937, 134 pp. (09555.a.12)

 

DAVIDSON, ROBERT L. D. War Comes to Quaker Pennsylvania, 1682-1756. New York:

Columbia University Press for Temple University Publications, 1957, 245 pp. (9617.i.12)

 

DUNN, MARY M. William Penn: Politics and Conscience. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton

University Press, 1967, 206 pp. (X.100/4669)

 

DUNN, RICHARD S. and MARY M. DUNN, eds. The World of William Penn.

Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1986, 421 pp. (DSC 87/06003)

 

EDDY, HENRY H. Guide to the Published Archives of Pennsylvania, Covering the 138

Volumes of Colonial Records and Pennsylvania Archives Series I-IX. Harrisburg, Pa.:

Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 1949, 101 pp. (A.S.P.45/4)

 

FLETCHER, STEVENSON W. Pennsylvania Agriculture and Country Life, 1640-1840.

Harrisburg, Pa.: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 1950, 605 pp.

(X.320/5023)

 

FROST, J. WILLIAM. A Perfect Freedom: Religious Liberty in Pennsylvania. Cambridge:

Cambridge University Press, 1990, 221 pp. (YC.1990.b.7231)

 

GEISER, KARL F. Redemptioners and Indentured Servants in the Colony and

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. New Haven, Conn.: Yale Review, vol. 10, no. 2,

supplement, 1901, 128 pp. (P.P.6269.b)

 

HAZARD, SAMUEL. Annals of Pennsylvania from the Discovery of the Delaware, 1609-

1682. Philadelphia: Hazard and Mitchell, 1850, 664 pp. (10412.gg.2)

 

HAZARD, SAMUEL. General Index to the Colonial Records, in 16 volumes, and to the

Pennsylvania Archives [First Series] in 12 volumes. Philadelphia: J. Severns, 1860, 653 pp.

(A.S.P.45/3)

 

HAZARD, SAMUEL, ed. Pennsylvania Archives, Selected and Arranged from Official

Documents in the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth. 12 vols. Philadelphia: J.

Severns, 1852-1856. (A.S.P.46; Mic.A.9728)

 

HERRICK, CHEESMAN A. White Servitude in Pennsylvania: Indentured and Redemption

Labor in Colony and Commonwealth. New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969, 330 pp.

(X.809/60079)

 

HILDEBURN, CHARLES S. R. List of the Publications Issued in Pennsylvania, 1685 to

1759. Philadelphia: Collins, 1882, 63 pp. (011903.b.104)

 


 

HOLCOMB, WILLIAM P. Pennsylvania Boroughs. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins

University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 4, no. 4, 51 pp. (Ac.2689)

 

HULL, WILLIAM I. William Penn: A Topical Biography. London: Oxford University

Press, 1937, 362 pp. (010821.i.12)

 

HULL, WILLIAM I. William Penn and the Dutch Quaker Migration to Pennsylvania.

Swarthmore, Pa.: Swarthmore College Monographs, no. 2, 1935, 445 pp. (4716.e.6)

 

ILLICK, JOSEPH E. Colonial Pennsylvania: A History. New York: Scribner's, 1976, 359

pp. (X.800/14544)

 

ILLICK, JOSEPH E. William Penn the Politician: His Relations with the English

Government. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1965, 267 pp. (X.709/2663)

 

JENKINS, HOWARD M., ed. Pennsylvania, Colonial and Federal: A History, 1608-1903.

3 vols. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Historical Pub. Association, 1903. (X.802/657)

 

JENSEN, ARTHUR L. The Maritime Commerce of Colonial Philadelphia. Madison, Wis.:

State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1963, 312 pp. (8184.l.26)

 

KELLEY, JOSEPH H. Pennsylvania: The Colonial Years, 1681-1776. Garden City, N.Y.:

Doubleday, 1980, 848 pp. (X.800/34097)

 

KLETT, GUY S. Presbyterians in Colonial Pennsylvania. Philadelphia: University of

Pennsylvania Press, 1937, 297 pp. (20031.c.15)

 

LEARNED, MARION D. The Life of Francis Daniel Pastorius, the Founder of

Germantown. Philadelphia: William J. Campbell, 1908, 324 pp. (10705.gg.42)

 

LEMON, JAMES T. The Best Poor Man’s Country: A Geographical Study of Early

Southeastern Pennsylvania. Baltimore, Md., and London: Johns Hopkins University Press,

1972, 295 pp. (X.800/6768)

 

LOYD, WILLIAM H. The Early Courts of Pennsylvania. Boston: Boston Book Co., 1910.

(Mic.A.12216)

 

MINUTES OF THE PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF PENNSYLVANIA, FROM THE

ORGANIZATION TO THE TERMINATION OF THE PROPRIETARY GOVERNMENT

[1683-1775]. 16 vols. Philadelphia: J. Severns, 1852. (A.S.P.45/2)

 

MYERS, ALBERT C., ed. Narratives of Early Pennsylvania, West New Jersey, and

Delaware, 1630-1707. New York: Scribner's, 1912, 476 pp. (9551.p.10)

 

MYERS, ALBERT C., ed. William Penn, His Own Account of the Lenni Lenape or

Delaware Indians, 1683. Moylan, Pa.: A. C. Myers, 1937, 107 pp. (10413.m.13)

 

MYERS, ALBERT C., ed. William Penn's First Charter to the People of Pennsylvania, April

25, 1682. Philadelphia: W. Moland's Sons, 1925, 8 pp. (6615.dd.8)

 


 

NASH, GARY B. Quakers and Politics: Pennsylvania, 1681-1726. Princeton, N.J.:

Princeton University Press, 1968, 362 pp. (X.809/6759); new ed., Boston: Northeastern

University Press, 1993, 262 pp. (DSC 96/12000)

 

PEARE, CATHERINE O. William Penn: A Biography. Philadelphia and New York:

Lippincott, 1957, 448 pp. (4921.d.4); London: Dennis Dobson, 1960, 448 pp. (4745.n.18);

Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1966, 448 pp. (X.100/4677)

 

PEARSE, JOHN B. A Concise History of the Iron Manufacture of the American Colonies up

to the Revolution, and of Pennsylvania until the Present Time. Philadelphia: Allen, Lane and

Scott, 1876, 282 pp. (Mic.A.1027(7))

 

PENN, WILLIAM. The Papers of William Penn. Edited by Mary Maples Dunn and Richard

S. Dunn. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1981-1987. (ZH.9.a.48)

 

PENNYPACKER, SAMUEL W. Hendrick Pannebecker, Surveyor of Land for the Penns,

1674-1754, Flomborn, Germantown and Skippack. Philadelphia: privately printed, 1894,

164 pp. (10881.f.27)

 

PENNYPACKER, SAMUEL W. The Settlement of Germantown Pennsylvania and the

Beginning of German Emigration to North America. New York: Benjamin Blom, 1970, 310

pp. (YA.1991.a.13013)

 

PROUD, ROBERT. The History of Pennsylvania in North America from the Original

Institution and Settlement of That Province in 1681, till after the Year 1742. 2 vols.

Philadelphia: Zachariah Poulson, 1797. (1061.f.9)

 

SALINGER, SHARON V. 'To Serve Well and Faithfully': Labor and Indentured Servants in

Pennsylvania, 1682-1800. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987, 192 pp.

(YH.1988.b.242)

 

SCHWARTZ, SALLY. 'A Mixed Multitude': The Struggle for Toleration in Colonial

Pennsylvania. New York and London: New York University Press, 1987, 399 pp.

(YC.1988.b.4961)

 

SODERLUND, JEAN R., ed. William Penn and the Founding of Pennsylvania, 1680-1684:

A Documentary History. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1983, 416 pp.

(X.800/40057; X.800/38328)

 

SHEPHERD, WILLIAM R. History of Proprietary Government in Pennsylvania. New

York: Columbia College Studies in History, Economics and Public Law, vol. 6, 1896, 601

pp. (Ac.2688/2)

 

THOMAS, GABRIEL. An Account of Pennsylvania and West New Jersey. Edited by C. T.

Brady. Cleveland, Ohio: Burrows Bros. Co., 1903, 83 pp. (10412.e.25)

 


 

TULLY, ALAN. Forming American Politics: Ideals, Interests and Institutions in Colonial

New York and Pennsyvania. Baltimore, Md., and London: Johns Hopkins University Press,

1994, 566 pp. (YC.1995.b.3995)

 

WALLACE, PHILIP B. Colonial Churches and Meeting Houses: Pennsylvania, New Jersey

and Delaware. New York: Architectural Book Pub. Co., 1931, 291 pp. (L.R.430.aa.13;

L.R.416.tt.7)

 

WEBER, SAMUEL E. The Charity School Movement in Colonial Pennsylvania. New York:

Arno, 1969, 74 pp. (X.529/62433)

 

WHISKER, JAMES B. The American Colonial Militia. Vol. 3, The Pennsylvania Colonial

Militia. Lewiston, N.Y.: Mellen Press, 1997. (YC.1998.b.127)

 

WHISKER, JAMES B. Pennsylvania Clockmakers and Watchmakers, 1660-1900.

Lewiston, N.Y.: Mellen Press, 1996, 314 pp. (YC.1996.b.7479)

 

WHISKER, JAMES B. Pennsylvania Potters, 1660-1900. Lewiston, N.Y.: Mellen Press,

1993, 330 pp. (YC.1993.b.4773)

 

WHISKER, JAMES B. Pennsylvania Silversmiths, Goldsmiths and Pewterers, 1684-1900.

Lewiston, N.Y.: Mellen Press, 1993, 323 pp. (YC.1993.b.6036)

 

WHISKER, JAMES B. Pennsylvania Workers in Brass, Copper and Tin, 1681-1900.

Lewiston, N.Y.: Mellen Press, 1993, 228 pp. (YC.1993.b.4890)

 

WOLF, STEPHANIE G. Urban Village: Population, Community and Family Structure in

Germantown, Pennsylvania, 1683-1800. Princeton, N.J., and Guildford: Princeton

University Press, 1977, 361 pp. (X.809/41822)

 

WOODY, THOMAS. Early Quaker Education in Pennsylvania. New York: Prince Society,

1920, 287 pp. (Ac.2688.f.14)

 

2) PHILADELPHIA

 

ALLINSON, EDWARD P. and BOIES PENROSE. Philadelphia, 1681-1887: A History of

Municipal Development. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical

and Political Science, extra vol. 2, 392 pp. (Ac.2689.(2.))

 

BALTZELL, E. DIGBY. Puritan Boston and Quaker Philadelphia. New Brunswick, N.J.,

and London: Transaction, 1996, 585 pp. (DSC 97/10375)

 

COUSINS, FRANK and PHIL M. RILEY. The Colonial Architecture of Philadelphia.

Boston: Little, Brown, 1920, 248 pp. (07815.h.5)

 

DRINKER, CECIL K. Not So Long Ago: A Chronicle of Medicine and Doctors in Colonial

Philadelphia. New York: Oxford University Press, 1937, 183 pp. (Mic.A.8779(1))

 


 

EBERLEIN, HAROLD D. and CORTLANDT VAN DYKE HUBBARD. Portrait of a

Colonial City: Philadelphia, 1670-1838. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1939, 580 pp.

(Mic.A.9974)

 

FOWLER, J. A. History of Insurance in Philadelphia for Two Centuries, 1683-1882.

Philadelphia: Review Publishing and Printing Co., 1888, 899 pp. (8223.pp.12)

 

MYERS, ALBERT C. Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia, 1682-1750; Being a List of

Certificates of Removal Received at Philadelphia Monthly Meeting of Friends. Philadelphia:

Ferris and Leach, 1902, 131 pp. (4744.bbb.14)

 

SCHARF, JOHN T. and THOMPSON WESTCOTT History of Philadelphia, 1609-1884. 3

vols. Philadelphia: L. H. Everts, 1884. (Mic.A.9480/1,2)

 

TOLLES, FREDERICK B. Meeting House and Counting House: The Quaker Merchants of

Colonial Philadelphia, 1682-1763. University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of

Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Va., 1948, 292 pp. (10153.a.3;

4151.ff.2)

 

WHISKER, JAMES B. Arms Makers of Philadelphia, 1660-1890. Lewiston, N.Y.: Mellen

Press, 1990, 121 pp. (YK.1991.b.1080)

 

WOLF, EDWIN. The Library of James Logan of Philadelphia, 1674-1751. Philadelphia:

Library Company of Philadelphia, 1974, 578 pp. (2717.mab.9)

 

YOUNG, JOHN R., ed. Memorial History of the City of Philadelphia from Its First

Settlement to the Year 1895. 2 vols. New York: New York History Co., 1895-1898.

(2374.g.10)

 

C. CHESAPEAKE AND SOUTHERN COLONIES

 

1. GENERAL STUDIES

 

BRAUND, KATHRYN E. H. Deerskins and Duffels: The Creek Indian Trade with Anglo-

America, 1685-1815. Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, 1993, 306 pp.

(YC.1993.b.8081)

 

BRIDENBAUGH, CARL. Myths and Realities: Societies of the Colonial South. Baton

Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1952, 208 pp. (010097.pp.9)

 

CARR, LOIS G., PHILIP D. MORGAN and JEAN B. RUSSO, eds. Colonial Chesapeake

Society. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early American

History and Culture, Williamsburg, Va., 1988, 512 pp. (YH.1989.b.640)

 

CORKRAN, DAVID H. The Creek Frontier, 1540-1783. Norman: University of Oklahoma

Press, 1967, 343 pp. (W.P.14865/86)

 


 

CRANE, VERNER W. The Southern Frontier, 1670-1732. Durham, N.C.: Duke University

Press, 1928, 391 pp. (Ac.2685.ka.(17.); Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1956, 359

pp. (9555.p.8; 9555.df.28); New York and London: Norton, 1981, 365 pp. (X.808/39419)

 

CRAVEN, WESLEY F. The Southern Colonies in the Seventeenth Century, 1607-1689.

Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press; Austin: University of Texas, 1949.

(W.P.B.9/1)

 

CUMMING, WILLIAM P. The Southeast in Early Maps. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton

University Press, 1958, 275 pp. (2774.lc.3)

 

DAVIS, RICHARD B. Intellectual Life in the Colonial South, 1585-1763. 3 vols.

Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1979. (X.520/28459)

 

DOBSON, DAVID. Directory of Scots Banished to the American Plantations, 1650-1775.

Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1984, 239 pp. (AA.P.a; X.529/72912)

 

DOBSON, DAVID. Directory of Scots in the Carolinas, 1680-1830. Baltimore, Md.:

Genealogical Pub., 1986, 322 pp. (YA.1987.a.6678)

 

DOBSON, DAVID. Directory of Scottish Settlers in North America, 1625-1825. 7 vols.

Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1984-1993. (AA.P.a; YH.1986.a.367)

 

FITZHUGH, WILLIAM. William Fitzhugh and His Chesapeake World, 1676-1701: The

Fitzhugh Letters and Other Documents. Edited by Richard B. Davis. Chapel Hill:

University of North Carolina Press for the Virginia Historical Society, 1963, 399 pp.

(X.0800/109.(3.))

 

HOFFER, PETER C., ed. Planters and Yeomen: Selected Articles on the Southern Colonies.

New York and London: Garland, 1988, 466 pp. (YC.1989.b.1074)

 

HOFFMAN, PAUL E. A New Andalucia and a Way to the Orient: The American Southeast

during the Sixteenth Century. Baton Rouge and London: Louisiana State University Press,

1990, 353 pp. (YC.1993.b.5807)

 

HORN, JAMES. Adapting to a New World: English Society in the Seventeenth-Century

Chesapeake. Chapel Hill and London: University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of

Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Va., 1994, 461 pp. (YA.1996.b.2934)

 

HUBBELL, JAY B. The South in American Literature, 1607-1900. Durham, N.C.: Duke

University Press, 1954, 987 pp. (11871.cc.4)

 

HUDSON, CHARLES and CARMEN C. TESSER, eds. Forgotten Centuries: Indians and

Europeans in the American South, 1521-1704. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1994,

472 pp. (YC.1994.b.6465)

 

HUGHSON, SHIRLEY C. The Carolina Pirates and Colonial Commerce, 1670-1740. John

Hopkins Press, John Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 12,

nos. 5-7, 1894, 134 pp. (Ac.2689)

 


 

JORDAN, WINTHROP D. and SHEILA L. SKEMP, eds. Race and Family in the Colonial

South. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1987, 173 pp. (YA.1990.a.2717)

 

KARRAKER, CYRUS H. The Seventeenth-Century Sheriff: A Comparative Study of the

Sheriff in England and the Chesapeake Colonies, 1607-1689. Chapel Hill: University of

North Carolina Press, 1930, 219 pp. (06005.de.69)

 

KULIKOFF, ALLAN. Tobacco and Slaves: The Development of Southern Cultures in the

Chesapeake, 1680-1800. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, for the Institute of

Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Va., 1986, 449 pp. (DSC 86/13134)

 

LEVY, BABETTE M. Early Puritanism in the Southern and Island Colonies. Worcester,

Mass.: Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, vol. 70, pt. 1, 1960, pp. 69-348.

(Ac.5798/2)

 

LONN, ELLA. The Colonial Agents of the Southern Colonies. Chapel Hill: University of

North Carolina Press, 1945, 438 pp. (9555.pp.28)

 

MIDDLETON, ARTHUR P. Tobacco Coast: A Maritime History of Chesapeake Bay in the

Colonial Era. Edited by George C. Mason. Newport News, Va.: Mariners' Museum, 1953,

482 pp. (9617.f.18)

 

MILANICH, JERALD T. Laboring in the Fields of the Lord: Spanish Missions and

Southeastern Indians. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1999, 210 pp.

(DSC 99/22058)

 

MORRIS, CHARLES. The Old South and the New: A Complete Illustrated History of the

Southern States: From the Earliest Times to the Jamestown Exposition. Philadelphia: W. E.

Scull, 1907, 640 pp. (9615.df.18)

 

OTTO, JOHN S. The Southern Frontiers, 1607-1860: The Agricultural Evolution of the

Colonial and Antebellum South. New York and London: Greenwood, 1989, 177 pp.

(YC.1989.a.8640)

 

PENDERGAST, JAMES F. The Massawomeck: Raiders and Traders into the Chesapeake

Bay in the Seventeenth Century. Philadelphia: American Philisophical Society, 1991, 101

pp. (DSC 8894.0 vol. 81 pt. 2)

 

PEREIRA, ALFREDO M. Boom and Bust Hypothesis in the Colonial Chesapeake Economy:

Empirical Evidence for the Period 1676-1713. La Jolla, Calif.: Dept. of Economics,

University of California, 1991. (DSC 3597.152 91-8)

 

POESCH, JESSIE J. The Art of the Old South: Painting, Sculpture, Architecture and the

Products of Craftsmen, 1560-1860. New York: Harrison House, 1989, 384 pp.

(LB.31.c.4463)

 

POWELL, WILLIAM S. The Carolina Charter of 1663. Raleigh, N.C.: North Carolina

Department of Archives and History, 1954, 79 pp. (A.S.N.276; 9555.h.20)

 


 

POWELL, WILLIAM S. The Proprietors of Carolina. Raleigh, N.C.: Carolina Charter

Tercentenary Commission, 1963, 70 pp. (X.800/3276)

 

PRICE, JACOB M. France and the Chesapeake: A History of the French Tobacco

Monopoly, 1674-1791, and of Its Relationship to the British and American Tobacco Trades.

Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1973, 1239 pp. (X.322/2152)

 

PRICE, JACOB M. Perry of London: A Family and Firm on the Seaborne Frontier, 1615-

1753. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1992, 191 pp. (YA.1993.b.3152;

YC.1993.b.6950)

 

PRICE, JACOB M. Tobacco in Atlantic Trade: The Chesapeake, London and Glasgow,

1675-1775. Aldershot: Variorum, 1995. (YC.1996.b.877)

 

RANDOLPH, EDWARD. Edward Randolph, Including His Letters and Official Papers

from the New England, Middle and Southern Colonies in America, with Other Documents

Relating Chiefly to the Vacating of the Royal Charter of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay,

1676-1703. Edited by Robert N. Toppan and Alfred T. S. Goodrick. 7 vols. Boston: Prince

Society, 1898-1909. (Ac.9503/16)

 

QUATTLEBAUM, PAUL. The Land Called Chicora: The Carolinas under Spanish Rule

with French Intrusions, 1520-1670. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1956, 153 pp.

(10414.cc.33)

 

ROBINSON, W. STITT. The Southern Colonial Frontier, 1607-1763. Albuquerque:

University of New Mexico Press, 1979, 293 pp. (X.800/31492)

 

SALLEY, ALEXANDER S., ed. Narratives of Early Carolina, 1670-1708. New York:

Scribner's, 1911, 388 pp. (9551.p.9)

 

SILVER, TIMOTHY. A New Face on the Countryside: Indians, Colonists and Slaves in

South Atlantic Forests, 1500-1800. Cambridge, Mass.: Cambridge University Press, 1990,

204 pp. (YC.1990.b.5514)

 

WEIS, FREDERICK L. The Colonial Churches and the Colonial Clergy of the Middle and

Southern Colonies, 1607-1776. Lancaster, Mass.: Society of the Descendants of the Colonial

Clergy, 1938, 140 pp. (Mic.A.12340)

 

WERTENBAKER, THOMAS J. The Old South: The Founding of American Civilization.

New York: Cooper Square Pub., 1963, 364 pp. (X.800/1396)

 

WHISKER, JAMES B. The American Colonial Militia. Vol. 5, Colonial Militia of the

Southern States, 1606-1785. Lewiston, N.Y.: Mellen Press, 1997. (YC.1999.b.2761)

 

WOOD, PETER H., GREGORY A. WASELKOV and M. THOMAS HATLEY, eds.

Powhatan's Mantle: Indians in the Colonial Southeast. Lincoln and London: University of

Nebraska Press, 1989, 355 pp. (YC.1992.b.5131)

 


 

EARLY ENGLISH SETTLEMENTS SEE IV. C. 3.d. 2) NORTH

CAROLINA: EARLY ENGLISH SETTLEMENTS

 

INDIVIDUAL STATES

 

a. FLORIDA

 

BANNON, JOHN F. The Spanish Borderlands Frontier, 1513-1821. New York and

London: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1970, 308 pp. (X.700/4868)

 

BOLTON, HERBERT E. The Spanish Borderlands: A Chronicle of Old Florida and the

Southwest. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1921, 320 pp. (X.709/1384.(23.);

9617.de.1/23); Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1964, 346 pp. (X.800/1547)

 

BRINTON, DANIEL G. Notes on the Floridian Peninsula: Its Literary History, Indian

Tribes and Antiquities. Philadelphia: Joseph Sabin, 1859, 202 pp. (10413.aaa.22)

 

BUKER, GEORGE E. The Oldest City: St. Augustine, Saga of Survival. Edited by Jean P.

Waterbury. St. Augustine, Fla.: St. Augustine Historical Society, 1983, 262 pp.

(YA.1989.b.6347)

 

BUSHNELL, AMY. The King’s Coffer: Proprietors of the Spanish Florida Treasury, 1565-

1702. Gainesville: University Presses of Florida, 1981, 198 pp. (X.520/37554)

 

CHATELAIN, VERNE E. The Defenses of Spanish Florida, 1565 to 1763. Washington,

D.C.: Carnegie Institution, pub. no. 511, 1941, 192 pp. (Ac.1866)

 

CLINE, HOWARD F. Provisional Historical Gazeteer with Locational Notes on Florida

Colonial Communities. New York and London: Garland, 1974, 250 pp. (X.809/54491)

 

CONNOR, JEANNETTE T., ed. Colonial Records of Spanish Florida: Letters and Reports

of Governors and Secular Persons. Deland, Fla.: Florida State Historical Society

Publications no. 5, 1925. (Ac.8460)

 

DAVIS, THOMAS F. History of Jacksonville, Florida, and Its Vicinity, 1513 to 1924.

Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1964, 513 pp. (X.800/1765)

 

DEAGAN, KATHLEEN A., ed. America’s Ancient City: Spanish St. Augustine, 1565-1763.

New York and London: Garland, 1991, 649 pp. (YC.1992.b.5224)

 

DEAGAN, KATHLEEN A. Artifacts of the Spanish Colonies of Florida and the Caribbean,

1500-1800. Vol. 1, Ceramics, Glassware and Beads. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian

Institution Press, 1987. (YC.1990.b.1333)

 

DEAGAN, KATHLEEN A. Spanish St. Augustine: The Archaelogy of a Colonial Creole

Community. New York and London: Academic, 1983, 317 pp. (X.421/24562)

 

DEWHURST, WILLIAM W. The History of Saint Augustine, Florida. New York:

Putnam’s, 1881, 182 pp. (8411.bbb.3)

 


 

DUNN, WILLIAM E. Spanish and French Rivalry in the Gulf Region of the United States,

1678-1702: The Beginnings of Texas and Pensacola. Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries

Press, 1971, 238 pp. (X.809/15991)

 

FAIRBANKS, GEORGE R. The History and Antiquities of the City of St. Augustine,

Florida. New York: C. B. Norton, 1858, 200 pp. (10411.cc.4)

 

FAIRBANKS, GEORGE R. History of Florida, from Its Discovery by Ponce de Leon in

1512 to the Close of the Florida War in 1842. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1871, 350 pp.

(9603.bb.33)

 

GANNON, MICHAEL. The Cross in the Sand: The Early Catholic Church in Florida,

1513-1870. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1967, 210 pp. (X.102/356)

 

GANNON, MICHAEL, ed. The New History of Florida. Gainesville: University Press of

Florida, 1996, 480 pp. (YC.1996.b.7297)

 

GEIGER, MAYNARD J. The Franciscan Conquest of Florida, 1573-1618. Washington,

D.C.: Catholic University of America, 1937, 319 pp. (Mic.A.10002)

 

GEORGE, PAUL S., ed. A Guide to the History of Florida. New York and London:

Greenwood, 1989, 300 pp. (DSC 91/07167)

 

HOUSEWRIGHT, WILEY L. A History of Music and Dance in Florida, 1565-1865.

Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1991, 448 pp. (YA.1993.b.8794)

 

LANDERS, JANE. Black Society in Spanish Florida. Urbana: University of Illinois Press,

1999, 390 pp. (DSC 99/30610)

 

MCCLELLAN, ELISABETH. History of American Costume, 1607-1870, with an

Introductory Chapter on Dress in the Spanish and French Settlements in Florida and

Louisiana. New York: Tudor Pub. Co., 1937, 661 pp. (Mic.A.9198)

 

MCEWAN, BONNIE G., ed. The Spanish Missions of La Florida. Gainesville: University

Press of Florida, 1993, 458 pp. (YC.1994.a.316)

 

MATTER, ROBERT A. Pre-Seminole Florida: Spanish Soldiers, Friars and Indian

Missions, 1513-1763. New York and London: Garland, 1990, 191 pp. (YC.1991.b.5872)

 

MILANICH, JERALD T. Florida Indians and the Invasion from Europe. Gainesville:

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RANSON, ROBERT. Chronology of the Most Important Events Connected with Florida

History during Four Hundred and Fifteen Years, 1513-1928. St. Augustine, Fla.: privately

printed, 1928, 38 pp. (9555.df.22)

 

SLUITER, ENGEL. The Florida Situado: Quantifying the First Eighty Years, 1571-1651.

Gainesville: University of Florida Libraries, 1985, 20 pp. (LB.31.a.1390)

 


 

TEBEAU, CHARLTON W. A History of Florida. Coral Gables, Fla.: University of Miami

Press, 1972, 502 pp. (X.800/7790)

 

THOMAS, DAVID H., ed. The Missions of Spanish Florida. New York and London:

Garland, 1991, 493 pp. (YC.1991.b.2781)

 

WEDDLE, ROBERT S. The French Thorn: Rival Explorers in the Spanish Sea, 1682-1762.

College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 1991, 435 pp. (YA.1993.b.3949)

 

WEDDLE, ROBERT S. Spanish Sea: The Gulf of Mexico in North American Discovery,

1500-1685. College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 1985, 457 pp.

(YA.1988.b.6222)

 

b. GEORGIA

 

ARREDONDO, ANTONIA DE. Arredondo’s Historical Proof of Spain’s Title to Georgia.

Edited by Herbert E. Bolton. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1925, 382 pp.

(9551.d.25)

 

BOLTON, HERBERT E. and MARY ROSS. The Debatable Land: A Sketch of the Anglo-

Spanish Contest for the Georgia Country. New York: Russell and Russell, 1968, 138 pp.

(X.809/8994)

 

COLEMAN, KENNETH. Colonial Georgia: A History. New York: Scribner’s, 1976, 331

pp. (X.800/14549)

 

JOHNSON, GUION G. A Social History of the Sea Islands, with Special Reference to St.

Helena Island, South Carolina. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1930, 245

pp. (Ac.2685.kc.(36.))

 

JONES, CHARLES C. The History of Georgia. 2 vols. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1883.

(9605.ee.8)

 

JUENGST, DANIEL P. Sapelo Papers: Researches in the History and Prehistory of Sapelo

Island, Georgia. Carrollton: West Georgia College, 1980, 114 pp. (DSC 8491.615 v. 19)

 

LANNING, JOHN T. The Spanish Missions of Georgia. Chapel Hill: University of North

Carolina Press, 1935, 321 pp. (20030.c.27)

 

SIMPSON, JOHN E. Georgia History: A Bibliography. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press,

1976, 317 pp. (X.809/45707)

 

STEVENS, WILLIAM B. A History of Georgia, from Its First Discovery by Europeans to

the Addoption of the Present Constitution in MDCCXCVII. 2 vols. New York: Appleton,

1847-1859. (9604.bb.21)

 

c. MARYLAND

 


 

ALLEN, ETHAN. Maryland Toleration: Sketches of the Early History of Maryland, to the

Year 1650. Baltimore, Md.: J. S. Waters, 1855, 64 pp. (4745.g.12.(1l))

 

ANDREWS, MATTHEW P. The Founding of Maryland. Baltimore, Md.: Williams and

Wilkins Co.; New York and London: Appleton-Century Co., 1933, 367 pp. (9616.h.16)

 

BAER, ELIZABETH. Seventeenth Century Maryland: A Bibliography. Baltimore, Md.:

John Work Garrett Library, 1949, 219 pp. (11925.h.22)

 

BOZMAN, JOHN L. The History of Maryland, From Its First Settlement, in 1633, to the

Restoration, in 1660. 2 vols. Baltimore, Md.: J. Lucas and E. K. Deaver, 1837. (9603.e.4)

 

BRACKETT, JEFFREY R. The Negro in Maryland: A Study of the Institution of Slavery.

Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, extra

vol. 6, 1889, 268 pp. (Ac.2689.(2))

 

BRANTZ, MAYER. Calvert and Penn, or, the Growth of Civil and Religious Liberty in

America, as Disclosed in the Planting of Maryland and Pennsylvania: A Discourse.

Baltimore, Md.: Pennsylvania Historical Society, 1852, 49 pp. (9617.bb.8)

 

BROWNE, WILLIAM H. George Calvert and Cecilius Calvert, Barons Baltimore of

Baltimore. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1890, 181 pp. (9605.aa.17)

 

BRUGGER, ROBERT J. Maryland: A Middle Temperament, 1634-1980. Baltimore, Md.,

and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1988, 850 pp. (YH.1989.b.282)

 

BRUMBAUGH, GAIUS M. Maryland Records: Colonial, Revolutionary, County and

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CALVERT, GEORGE. A Declaration of the Lord Baltemore’s Plantation in Mary-land.

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CARR, LOIS G. Robert Cole's World: Agriculture and Society in Early Maryland. Chapel

Hill: University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early American History and

Culture, Williamsburg, Va., 1991, 362 pp. (YA.1993.b.9633)

 

CRAVEN, AVERY O. Soil Exhaustion as a Factor in the Agricultural History of Virginia

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DAY, ALAN F. A Social Study of Lawyers in Maryland, 1660-1775. New York and

London: Garland, 1989, 739 pp. (YC.1991.b.3349)

 

EARLE, CARVILLE V. The Evolution of a Tidewater Settlement System: All Hallow's

Parish, Maryland, 1650-1783. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1975, 239 pp.

(Ac.2691.dxb)

 


 

EARLE, SWEPSON, ed. Maryland’s Colonial Eastern Shore: Historical Sketches of

Counties and of Some Notable Structures. Baltimore, Md.: Munder-Thomsen Press, 1916,

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FORMAN, HENRY C. Jamestown and St. Mary’s: Buried Cities of Romance. Baltimore,

Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1938, 355 pp. (010410.l.24)

 

HALL, CLAYTON C. The Lords Baltimore and the Maryland Palatinate: Six Lectures on

Maryland Colonial History. Baltimore, Md.: John Murphy Co., 1902, 216 pp. (09603.b.8)

 

HALL, CLAYTON C., ed. Narratives of Early Maryland, 1633-1684. New York:

Scribner's, 1910, 460 pp. (9551.p.11)

 

HANSON, GEORGE A. Old Kent: The Eastern Shore of Maryland: Notes Illustrative of

the Most Ancient Records of Kent County, Maryland. Baltimore, Md.: John P. Des Forges,

1876, 383 pp. (10410.eee.8)

 

JOHNSON, BRADLEY T. The Foundation of Maryland, and the Origin of the Act

Concerning Religion of April 21, 1649. Baltimore, Md.: J. Murphy, 1883, 210 pp.

(Ac.8398/6)

 

JORDAN, DAVID W. Foundations of Representative Government in Maryland, 1632-1715.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987, 256 pp. (Yc.1988.b.1799)

 

KENNEDY, JOHN P. Discourse on the Life and Character of George Calvert, the First

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LAND, AUBREY C. Colonial Maryland: A History. Millwood, N.Y.: KTO Press, 1981,

367 pp. (X.800/31256)

 

LAND, AUBREY C., LOIS G. CARR and EDWARD C. PAPENFUSE, eds. Law, Society

and Politics in Early Maryland: Proceedings of the First Conference on Maryland History,

Jund 14-15, 1974. Baltimore, Md., and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1977, 350

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LATANË, JOHN H. The Early Relations between Maryland and Virginia. Baltimore, Md.:

Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 13, no. 3, 1895, 66

pp. (Ac.2689)

 

MCCORMAC, EUGENE I. White Servitude in Maryland, 1634-1820. Baltimore, Md.:

Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 22, nos. 3-4, 1904,

112 pp. (Ac.2689)

 

MCSHERRY, JAMES. The History of Maryland from Its First Settlement in 1634 to the

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MCSHERRY, JAMES. History of Maryland. Edited and continued by Bartlett B. James.

Baltimore, Md.: Baltimore Book Co., 1904, 437 pp. (09605.dd.6)

 


 

MAGRUDER, JAMES M., comp. Index of Maryland Colonial Wills, 1634-1777, in the Hall

of Records, Annapolis, Md. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1967, 543 pp.

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MAIN, GLORIA L. Tobacco Colony: Life in Early Maryland, 1650-1720. Princeton, N.J.,

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MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland. 72 vols. Baltimore, Md.:

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London: Garland, 1985, 488 pp. (YC.1987.b.610)

 

MERENESS, NEWTON D. Maryland as a Proprietary Province. New York: Macmillan,

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NEILL, EDWARD D. Maryland Not a Roman Catholic Colony Stated in Three Letters.

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NEILL, EDWARD D. Terra Mariae, or Threads of Maryland Colonial History.

Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1867, 260 pp. (9604.aa.14)

 

NORRIS, WALTER B. Annapolis: Its Colonial and Naval Story. New York: Crowell,

1925, 323 pp. (010410.f.18)

 

OTIS, JAMES. Calvert of Maryland: A Story of Lord Baltimore’s Colony. New York:

American Book Co., 1910, 166 pp. (012706.cc.16)

 

PASSANO, ELEANOR P. An Index of the Source Records of Maryland, Genealogical,

Biographical, Historical. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1967, 478 pp.

(2764.mph.1)

 

QUINN, DAVID B., ed. Early Maryland in a Wider World. Detroit: Wayne State

University Press, 1982, 329 pp. (X.800/40517)

 

RANDALL, DANIEL R. A Puritan Colony in Maryland. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins

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RIDGELY, DAVID. Annals of Annapolis. Baltimore, Md.: Cushing, 1941. (10411.e.21)

 

RILEY, ELIHU S. A History of the General Assembly of Maryland, 1635-1904. Baltimore,

Md.: Nunn, 1905, 423 pp. (09605.dd.14); Port Washington, N.Y., and London: Kennikat

Press, 1972, 423 pp. (X.800.8597)

 


 

ROUNTREE, HELEN C. and THOMAS E. DAVIDSON. Eastern Shore Indians of Virginia

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ROZBICKI, MICHAL J. Transformation of the English Cultural Ethos in Colonial America:

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pp. (YC.1989.b.4507)

 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM T. Maryland, the Land of Sanctuary: A History of Religious

Toleration in Maryland from the First Settlement until the American Revolution. Baltimore,

Md.: J. H. Furst Co., 1907, 621 pp. (4744.dd.26)

 

SEMMES, RAPHAEL. Captains and Mariners of Early Maryland. Baltimore, Md.: Johns

Hopkins University Press, 1937, 856 pp. (9555.w.12)

 

SEMMES, RAPHAEL. Crime and Punishment in Maryland. Baltimore, Md.: Johns

Hopkins University Press, 1938, 334 pp. (6057.tt.1)

 

SKORDAS, GUST, ed. The Early Settlers of Maryland: An Index to Names of Immigrants

Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis,

Maryland. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1968, 525 pp. (X.809/10382)

 

SPALDING, HENRY S. Catholic Colonial Maryland: A Sketch. Milwaukee, Wis.: Bruce

Pub. Co., 1931, 243 pp. (20017.i.23)

 

SPARKS, FRANCIS E. Causes of the Maryland Revolution of 1689. Baltimore, Md.: Johns

Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 14, nos. 11-12, 1896, 109

pp. (Ac.2689)

 

STEINER, BERNARD C. Maryland during the English Civil Wars. Baltimore, Md.: Johns

Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, pt. 1, ser. 24, nos. 11-12,

1906, 81 pp.; pt. 2, ser. 25, nos. 4-5, 1907, 118 pp. (Ac.2689)

 

STEINER, BERNARD C. Maryland under the Commonwealth: A Chronicle of the Years

1649-1658. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political

Science, ser. 29, no. 1, 1911, 178 pp. (Ac.2689)

 

STOCKBRIDGE, HENRY. The Archives of Maryland as Illustrating the Spirit of the Times

of the Early Colonists. Baltimore, Md.: Maryland Historical Society, Peabody Fund

Publications no. 22, 1886, 87 pp. (Ac.8398/6)

 

STREETER, SEBASTIAN F. The First Commander of Kent Island. Baltimore, Md.:

Maryland Historical Society, Pub. no. 2, 1868, 44 pp. (Ac.8398/6)

 

TORRENCE, CLAYTON. Old Somerset on the Eastern Shore of Maryland: A Study in

Foundations and Founders. Richmond, Va.: Whittet and Shepperson, 1935, 583 pp.

(010410.ee.17)

 


 

TREACY, WILLIAM P. Old Catholic Maryland and Its Earliest Jesuit Missionaries.

Swedesboro, N.J.: St. Joseph’s Rectory, 1889, 183 pp. (4744.bbb.18)

 

WARFIELD, JOSHUA D. The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland:

A Genealogical and Biographical Review from Wills, Deeds and Church Records. Baltimore,

Md.: Regional Pub. Co., 1967, 543 pp. (X.809/12399)

 

WEIS, FREDERICK L. The Colonial Clergy of Maryland, Delaware and Georgia.

Lancaster, Mass.: Society of the Descendants of the Colonial Clergy, 1950, 103 pp.

(X.200/35514); Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub., 1978, 104 pp. (X.809/60339)

 

WERLEIN, ALBERT W. Problems of Church and State in Maryland during the Seventeenth

and Eighteenth Centuries. South Lancaster, Mass.: College Press, 1948. (Mic.A.12376)

 

WHISKER, JAMES B. The American Colonial Militia. Vol. 4, The Colonial Militias of

New York, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. Lewiston, N.Y.: Mellen Press, 1997.

(YC.1998.b.4229)

 

WHISKER, JAMES B. Clockmakers and Watchmakers of Maryland, 1660-1900. Lewiston,

N.Y.: Mellen Press, 1997, 267 pp. (YC.1997.b.4041)

 

WHITE, ANDREW. Relation Itineris in Marylandiam . . .; Narrative of a Voyage to

Maryland: An Account of the Colony of the Lord Baron of Baltimore, 1635-1677. Edited by

E. A. Dalrymple. Baltimore, Md.: Maryland Historical Society Publication nos. 7 and

supplement, 1874, 1877. (Ac.8398/6)

 

WILHELM, LEWIS W. Local Institutions of Maryland. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins

University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 3, nos. 5-7, 129 pp. (Ac.2689)

 

WILSON, EVERETT B. Maryland’s Colonial Mansions and Other Early Houses. New

York: A. S. Barnes; London: Thomas Yoseloff, 1965, 249 pp. (X.421/914)

 

WYCKOFF, VERTREES J. Tobacco Regulation in Colonial Maryland. Baltimore, Md.:

Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, extra vols., new ser.,

no. 22, 1936, 228 pp. (Ac.2689.(3.))

 

NORTH CAROLINA

 

1) GENERAL

 

ANDREWS, CHARLES M. Narratives of the Insurrections, 1675-1690. New York:

Scribner's, 1915, 414 pp. (9551.p.16)

 

ASHE, SAMUEL A. History of North Carolina. 2 vols. Greensboro, N.C.: C. L. Van

Noppen, 1908. (09605.d.13)

 

BASSETT, JOHN S. Slavery and Servitude in the Colony of North Carolina. Baltimore,

Md.: Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 14, nos. 4-5,

1896, 86 pp. (Ac.2689)

 


 

BATTLE, KEMP P., ed. Letters and Documents Relating to the Early History of the Lower

Cape Fear. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1903, 135 pp. (Mic.A.19637)

 

CLAYTON, THOMAS R. The North Carolina Council, 1663-1753: Theory and Practice of

Royal Government in the Colonial South. Cambridge: University of Cambridge, 1982, 349

pp. (DSC D51300/84)

 

COOPER, FRANCIS H. Some Colonial History of Beaufort County, North Carolina.

Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1916, 45 pp. (Ac.2685.k/4)

 

GUESS, WILLIAM C. County Government in Colonial North Carolina. Chapel Hill:

University of North Carolina, 1911, 39 pp. (Ac.2685.k/4)

 

HINTON, MARY H. The North Carolina Historical Exhibit at the Jamestown Tercentennial

Exposition, Norfolk, Virginia, April 26-December 1, 1907. Raleigh, N.C.: North Carolina

Historical Commission, 1908, 50 pp. (Mic.B.908(2))

 

JOHNSON, GUION G. Ante-Bellum North Carolina: A Social History. Chapel Hill:

University of North Carolina Press, 1937, 935 pp. (10413.p.2)

 

KENNEDY, EDWIN W. Quit-Rents and Currency in North Carolina, 1663-1776.

Baltimore, Md.: J. W. Bond Co., 1902, 36 pp. (8227.eee.29.(10.))

 

LEE, LAWRENCE. The Lower Cape Fear in Colonial Days. Chapel Hill: University of

North Carolina Press, 1965, 334 pp. (X.800/1867)

 

LEFLER, HUGH T. and WILLIAM S. POWELL. Colonial North Carolina: A History.

New York: Scribner's, 1973, 318 pp. (X.800/11241; X.800/14554)

 

MERRELL, JAMES H. The Indians’ New World: Catawphas and Their Neighbors from

European Contact through the Era of Removal. Chapel Hill and London: University of

North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg,

Va., 1989, 381 pp. (YC.1989.b.6065)

 

PARKER, CORALIE. The History of Taxation in North Carolina during the Colonial

Period, 1663-1776. New York: Columbia University Press, 1928, 178 pp. (8230.b.37;

08225.ccc.54)

 

POWELL, WILLIAM S., ed. Ye Countie of Albermarle in Carolina: A Collection of

Documents, 1664-1675. Raleigh, N.C.: North Carolina Department of Archives and History,

1958, 101 pp. (9088.m.63)

 

RAPER, CHARLES L. North Carolina: A Study in English Colonial Government. New

York: Macmillan, 1904, 260 pp. (09605.c.8)

 

SAUNDERS, W. L. and WALTER CLARK, eds. The Colonial Records of North Carolina.

30 vols. Raleigh, N.C., and Winston, N.C.: Goldsboro, 1996-1905. (9602.p-r); STEPHEN

 


 

B. WEEKS, ed. Index to the Colonial and State Records of North Carolina. 4 vols. Raleigh,

N.C.: Goldsboro, 1909-1914. (9602.r)

 

SPINDEL, DONNA J. Crime and Society in North Carolina, 1663-1776. Baton Rouge and

London: Louisiana State University Press, 1989, 171 pp. (YC.1993.b.1343)

 

WATSON, ALAN D. Society in Colonial North Carolina. Rev. ed., Raleigh, N.C.: North

Carolina Dept. of Cultural Resources, Division of Archives and History, 1996, 147 pp.

(YA.1997.a.15814)

 

WEEKS, STEPHEN B. Historical Review of the Colonial and State Records of North

Carolina. Raleigh, N.C.: E. M. Uzzell, 1914, 169 pp. (9615.g.1)

 

WHISKER, JAMES B. Gunsmiths of the Carolinas, 1660-1870. Lewiston, N.Y.: Mellen

Press, 1993, 209 pp. (YC.1993.b.8317)

 

2) EARLY ENGLISH SETTLEMENTS

 

DRAKE, SAMUEL G. A Brief Memoir of Sir Walter Raleigh, Prepared for and Published in

the New England Historical and Genealogical Register and Now Reprinted, with Additions.

Boston: privately printed, 1862, 35 pp. (10816.ee.6)

 

DURANT, DAVID N. Ralegh’s Lost Colony. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1981, 188

pp. (X.809/46632)

 

FOSS, MICHAEL. Undreamed Shores: England’s Wasted Empire in America. London:

Harrup, 1974, 186 pp. (X.800/9493); New York: Scribner’s, 1974, 186 pp. (X.800/28150)

 

GREENBLATT, STEPHEN J. Sir Walter Raleigh: The Renaissance Man and His Roles.

New Haven, Conn., and London: Yale University Press, 1973, 209 pp.

(Ac.2692.ma/3.(184.))

 

HANKS, DONAH, ed. The Lost Colony: Souvenir and Program: 350th Anniversary

Celebration of the Beginning of Anglo-American Civilization with the Founding of the

Roanoke Island Colonies and of the Birth of Virginia Dare. Manteo, N.C.: Roanoke Island

Historical Association, 1937, 48 pp.; 351st Anniversary . . ., 1938, 52 pp.; 352nd Anniversary. .

., 1939, 64 pp. (W.P.2315)

 

HULTON, PAUL. America 1585: The Complete Drawings of John White. Chapel Hill:

University of North Carolina Press; London: British Museum Publications, 1984, 213 pp.

(DSC 85/01720)

 

KUPPERMAN, KAREN O. Roanoke: The Abandoned Colony. New York: Rowman and

Allanheld, 1984, 182 pp. (DSC 84/18456)

 

LORANT, STEFAN, ed. The New World: The First Pictures of America, Made by John

White and Jacques LeMoyne and Engraved by Theodore De Bry, With Contemporary

Narratives of the Huguenot Settlement in Florida, 1562-1565, and the Virginia Colony, 1585-

 


 

1590. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1946, 292 pp. (X.805/208); London: Theodore

Brun, 1954, 292 pp. (L.R.401.c.9)

 

MCMILLAN, HAMILTON. Sir Walter Raleigh’s Lost Colony. Rev. ed., Raleigh, N.C.:

Edwards and Broughton Printing Co., 1907, 46 pp. (09004.cc.9.(3.))

 

NOËL HUME, IVOR. The Virginia Adventure: Roanoke to James Towne: An

Archaelogical and Historical Odyssey. Charlottesville and London: University Press of

Virginia, 1997, 491 pp. (YC.1998.b.679)

 

QUINN, DAVID B. The Failure of Raleigh’s American Colonies. Reprinted from Essays in

British and Irish History in Honour of James Eadie Todd. 1951, 25 pp. (09555.ee.16)

 

QUINN, DAVID B. The Lost Colonists: Their Fortune and Probable Fate. Raleigh, N.C.:

America's Four Hundredth Anniversary Committee, North Carolina Dept. of Cultural

Resources, 1984, 53 pp. (YA.1996.a.13011)

 

QUINN, DAVID B. Raleigh and the British Empire. London: Hodder and Stoughton for the

English Universities Press, 1947, 284 pp. (W.P.1030/15); Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1973,

208 pp. (X.708/9220)

 

QUINN, DAVID B., ed. The Roanoke Voyages, 1584-1590: Documents to Illustrate the

English Voyages to North America under the Patent Granted to Walter Raleigh in 1584. 2

vols. London: Hayluyt Society, 1955, 1003 pp. (Ac.6172/150)

 

QUINN, DAVID B. Set Fair for Roanoke: Voyages and Colonies, 1584-1666. Chapel Hill:

University of North Carolina Press for America's Four Hundredth Anniversary Committee,

1985, 467 pp. (DSC 85/09257)

 

RALEIGH, WALTER. Sir Walter Raligh: Selected Writings. Edited by Gerald Hammond.

Manchester: Carcanet, 1984, 294 pp. (X.950/36720); Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986, 294

pp. (YC.1987.a.499)

 

ROANOKE COLONY MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION. Official Illustrated Booklet: 350th

Anniversary of Sir Walter Raleigh’s Colony on Roanoke Island and the Birth of Virginia

Dare. [Manteo, N.C.]: Roanoke Colony Memorial Association, 1937. (10413.t.21)

 

SAMS, CONWAY W. The Conquest of Virginia: The First Attempt, Being an Account of

Sir Walter Raleigh's Colony on Roanoke Island, Based on Original Records, and Incidents in

the Life of Raleigh, 1584-1602. Norfolk, Va.: Keyser-Doherty Printing Corp., 1924, 547 pp.

(9551.tt.6)

 

SAMS, CONWAY W. The Conquest of Virginia: The Forest Primeval; An Account, Based

on Original Documents, of the Indians in That Portion of the Continent in Which Was

Established the First English Colony in America. New York and London: Putnam's, 1916,

432 pp. (9615.b.13)

 


 

SHIRLEY, JOHN W. Sir Walter Ralegh and the New World. Raleigh, N.C.: America's Four

Hundredth Anniversary Committee, North Carolina Dept. of Cultural Resources, 1985, 129

pp. (DSC 86/22310)

 

STICK, DAVID. Roanoke Island: The Beginnings of English America. Chapel Hill and

London: University of North Carolina Press for America’s Four Hundredth Anniversary

Committee, 1983, 266 pp. (X.809/60066)

 

TARBOX, INCREASE N. Sir Walter Ralegh and His Colony in America. Boston: Prince

Society, 1884, 329 pp. (Ac.9503/10)

 

WALLIS, HELEN. Raleigh and Roanoke: The First English Colony in America, 1584-

1590: The British Library Exhibit Hosted by the North Carolina Museum of History.

Raleigh, N.C.: America's Four Hundredth Anniversary Committee, North Carolina Dept. of

Cultural Resources, 1985, 116 pp. (YV.1987.b.1671)

 

E. SOUTH CAROLINA

 

BOLTON, S. CHARLES. Southern Anglicanism: The Church of England in Colonial South

Carolina. Westport, Conn., and London: Greenwood, 1982, 200 pp. (X.200/40559)

 

BOWES, FREDERICK P. The Culture of Early Charleston. Chapel Hill: University of

North Carolina Press, 1942, 156 pp. (10059.t.25)

 

BRINSFIELD, JOHN W. Religion and Politics in Colonial South Carolina. Easley, S.C.:

Southern Historical Press, 1983, 172 pp. (DSC 85/14911)

 

CARROLL, B. R., ed. Historical Collections of South Carolina, Embracing Many Rare and

Valuable Pamphlets, and Other Documents. 2 vols. New York: Harper, 1836. (1447.h.17;

1447.h.18)

 

CHILDS, SAINT JULIEN RAVENEL. Malaria and Colonization in the Carolina Low

Country, 1526-1696. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and

Political Science, ser. 58, no. 1, 1940, 292 pp. (Ac.2689)

 

CLOWSE, CONVERSE D. Economic Beginnings in Colonial South Carolina, 1670-1730.

Columbia: University of South Carolina Press for the South Carolina Tricentennial

Commission, 1971, 283 pp. (X.529/15715)

 

COCLANIS, PETER A. The Shadow of a Dream: Economic Life and Death in the South

Carolina Low Country, 1676-1920. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989,

370 pp. (YC.1990.b.1806)

 

COOPER, FRANCIS H. Some Colonial History of Beaufort County, North Carolina.

Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1916, 45 pp. (Ac.2685.k/4)

 

COURTENAY, WILLIAM A., ed. The Genesis of South Carolina, 1562-1670. Columbia,

S.C.: State Co., 1907, 177 pp. (9604.h.9)

 


 

CROUSE, MAURICE A. The Public Treasury of Colonial South Carolina. Columbia:

University of South Carolina Press for the South Carolina Tricentennial Commission, 1977,

142 pp. (X.529/54162)

 

DALCHO, FREDERICK. An Historical Account of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in

South Carolina, from the First Settlement of the Province to the War of the Revolution.

Charleston, S.C.: E. Thayer, 1820, 613 pp. (1369.h.3)

 

FRASER, WALTER J. Charleston! Charleston! The History of a Southern City.

Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1989, 542 pp. (DSC 90/05603)

 

HATLEY, M. THOMAS. The Dividing Paths: Cherokees and South Carolinians through

the Era of Revolution. New York: Oxford University Press, 1993, 320 pp. (YC.1994.b.709)

 

HEWITT, ALEXANDER. An Historical Account of the Rise and Progress of the Colonies of

South Carolina and Georgia. 2 vols. London: Alexander Donaldson, 1779. (1447.h.17)

 

HIRSCH, ARTHUR H. The Huguenots of Colonial South Carolina. Durham, N.C.: Duke

University Press, 1928, 338 pp. (Ac.2685.ka.(11.)); Hamden and London: Archon, 1962,

338 pp. (X.100/3917); Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1999, 338 pp.

(YC.1999.a.3111)

 

JOHNSON, GUION G. A Social History of the Sea Islands, with Special Reference to St.

Helena Island, South Carolina. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1930, 245

pp. (Ac.2685.kc.(36.))

 

KLINGBERG, FRANK J. An Appraisal of the Negro in Colonial South Carolina.

Philadelphia: Porcupine, 1975, 180 pp. (X.529/63114)

 

LANDRUM, JOHN B. O. Colonial and Revolutionary History of Upper South Carolina,

Embracing for the Most Part the Primitive and Colonial History of the Territory Comprising

the Original County of Spartanburg. Spartanburg, S.C.: Reprint Co., 1962, 364 pp.

(X.809/567)

 

LITTLEFIELD, DANIEL C. Rice and Slaves: Ethnicity and the Slave Trade in Colonial

South Carolina. Baton Rouge and London: Louisiana State University Press, 1981, 199 pp.

(X.520/25984)

 

MCCRADY, EDWARD. An Historic Church: The Westminster Abbey of South Carolina:

A Sketch of St. Philip’s Church, Charleston, S.C., from the Establishment of the Church of

England under the Royal Charter of 1665 to July 1867. Charleston, S.C.: Walker, Evans

Co., 1901, 65 pp. (4745.g.6.(3.))

 

MCCRADY, EDWARD. The History of South Carolina under the Proprietary Government,

1670-1719. New York: Macmillan, 1897, 762 pp. (9602.de.22)

 

NAIRNE, THOMAS and JOHN NORRIS. Selling a New World: Two Colonial South

Carolina Promotional Pamphlets. Edited by Jack P. Greene. Columbia: University of South

Carolina Press, 1989, 153 pp. (DSC 89/11475)

 


 

RAMSAY, DAVID. Ramsay's History of South Carolina. 2 vols. Spartanburg, S.C.:

Reprint Co., 1959. (X.809/524)

 

ROSEN, ROBERT N. A Short History of Charleston. 2nd ed. Columbia: University of

South Carolina Press, 1997, 176 pp. (YA.1998.a.1586)

 

ROWLAND, LAWRENCE S., ALEXANDER MOORE and GOERGE C. RODGERS, JR.

The History of Beaufort County, South Carolina. Vol. 1, 1514-1861. Columbia: University

of South Carolina Press, 1996, 521 pp. (YA.1999.b.6289)

 

SALLEY, A. S., ed. Commissions and Instructions from the Lords Proprietors of Carolina

to Public Officials of South Carolina, 1685-1715. Columbia, S.C.: Historical Commission

of South Carolina, 1916, 292 pp. (Mic.A.8830)

 

SALLEY, A. S. The Early English Settlers of South Carolina. Charleston, S.C.: National

Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of South Carolina, 1946.

(Mic.A.12245 (2))

 

SALLEY, A. S., ed. Records in the British Public Record Office Relating to South Carolina,

1663-1684. 5 vols. Atlanta, Ga.: Historical Commission of South Carolina, 1928-1947.

(Mic.A.9390)

 

SALLEY, A. S., ed. Records of the Secretary of the Province and the Register of the

Province of South Carolina, 1671-1675. Columbia, S.C.: Historical Commission of South

Carolina, 1944, 77 pp. (Mic.A.8674)

 

SALLEY, A. S., ed. Warrants for Lands in South Carolina, 1672-1711. Columbia:

University of South Carolina Press for the South Carolina Department of Archives and

History, 724 pp. (YA.1990.b.8163)

 

SMITH, WARREN B. White Servitude in Colonial South Carolina. Columbia: University

of South Carolina Press, 1961, 151 pp. (010498.s.39)

 

TOWNSEND, LEAH. South Carolina Baptists, 1670-1805. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical

Pub. Co., 1978, 391 pp. (X.200/43932)

 

VEDDER, CHARLES S., WILMOT G. DE SAUSSURE and DANIEL RAVENEL. A

Historic Sketch of the Huguenot Church, Incorporated as the ‘French Protestant Church’,

Charleston, S.C., Founded A.D. 1681-2. Charleston, S.C.: News and Courier Book Presses,

1886, 19 pp. (4530.df.17.(2.))

 

WALLACE, DAVID D. The History of South Carolina. 4 vols. New York: American

Historical Society, 1934. (Ac.8504.b/6)

 

WARING, JOSEPH I. A History of Medicine in South Carolina, 1670-1825. Charleston,

S.C.: South Carolina Medical Association, 407 pp. (X.320/1293)

 


 

WATERHOUSE, RICHARD. A New World Gentry: The Making of a Merchant and Planter

Class in South Carolina, 1670-1770. New York and Garland, 1989, 218 pp.

(YC.1991.b.4355)

 

WEIR, ROBERT M. Colonial South Carolina: A History. Millwood, N.Y.: KTO Press,

1983, 409 pp. (X.800/35901); Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1997, 431 pp.

(YC.1998.a.4476)

 

WHISKER, JAMES B. Gunsmiths of the Carolinas, 1660-1870. Lewiston, N.Y.: Mellen

Press, 1993, 209 pp. (YC.1993.b.8317)

 

WHITNEY, EDSON L. Government of the Colony of South Carolina. Baltimore, Md.:

Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 13, nos. 1-2, 121

pp. (Ac.2689)

 

f. VIRGINIA [See also VI.H.3.c. Pocahontas]

 

1) GENERAL STUDIES

 

ABBOT, WILLIAM W. A Virginia Chronology, 1585-1783. Williamsburg, Va.: 350th

Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 76 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

ALVORD, CLARENCE W. The First Explorations of the Trans-Allegheny Region by the

Virginians, 1650-1674. Cleveland, Ohio: A. H. Clark Co., 1912, 275 pp. (9551.d.17)

 

AMES, SUSIE M., ed. County Court Records of Accomack-Northampton, Virginia, 1632-

1640. Washington, D.C.: American Historical Association, 1954, 189 pp. (Ac.8504/18)

 

AMES, SUSIE M. Reading, Writing and Arithmetic in Virginia, 1607-1699. Williamsburg,

Va.: Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 76 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

AMES, SUSIE M. Studies of the Virginia Eastern Shore in the Seventeenth Century.

Richmond, Va.: Dietz Press, 1940, 274 pp. (10413.s.4)

 

ANDREWS, MATTHEW P. The Soul of a Nation: The Founding of Virginia and the

Projection of New England. New York: Scribner's, 1943, 378 pp. (09555.eee.1)

 

BALLAGH, JAMES C. A History of Slavery in Virginia. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins

University Studies in Historical and Political Science, extra vol. 24, 1902, 160 pp.

(Ac.2689.(2.))

 

BALLAGH, JAMES C. White Servitude in the Colony of Virginia: A Study of the System of

Indentured Labor in the American Colonies. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University

Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 13, nos. 6-7, 1895, 99 pp. (Ac.2689)

 

BARNES, BROOKS M. and BARRY R. TRUITT, eds. Seashore Chronicles: Three

Centuries of the Virginia Barrier Islands. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia,

1997, 248 pp. (YC.1998.b.1481)

 


 

BEVERLEY, ROBERT. The History of the Present State of Virginia. Edited by Louis B.

Wright. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1947, 366 pp. (10414.c.12)

 

BILLINGS, WARREN M., ed. The Old Dominion in the Seventeenth Century: A

Documentary History of Virginia, 1606-1689. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina

Press for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Va., 1975, 324

pp. (X.800/25914)

 

BILLINGS, WARREN M., ed. The Papers of Francis Howard, Baron Howard of Effingham,

1643-1695. Richmond, Va.: Virginia State Library and Archives, 1989, 473 pp. (DSC

q91/15075)

 

BILLINGS, WARREN M. Virginia’s Viceroy: Their Majesties’ Governor General, Francis

Howard, Baron Howard of Effingham. Fairfax, Va.: George Mason University Press, 1991,

152 pp. (YA.1993.b.8932)

 

BILLINGS, WARREN M., JOHN E. SELBY and THAD W. TATE. Colonial Virginia.

White Plains, N.Y.: KTO Press, 1986, 420 pp. (YA.1987.b.1689)

 

BLANTON, WYNDHAM B. Medicine in Virginia in the Seventeenth Century. Richmond,

Va.: William Byrd Press, 1930, 337 pp. (07680.b.29)

 

BODDIE, JOHN B. Seventeenth Century Isle of Wight County, Virginia. Chicago: Chicago

Law Printing Co., 1938, 756 pp. (Mic.A.19233)

 

BREEN, T. H. Puritans and Adventurers: Change and Persistence in Early America. New

York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1980, 270 pp. (X.529/51137; X.958/31209)

 

BROCK, HENRY I. Colonial Churches in Virginia. Port Washington, N.Y., and London:

Kennikat Press, 1972, 95 pp. (X.423/1785)

 

BROWN, ALEXANDER. English Politics in Early Virginia History. Boston and New

York: Houghton Mifflin, 1901, 277 pp. (09603.aaa.9)

 

BRUCE, PHILIP A. Economic History of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century: An Inquiry

into the Material Condition of the People, Based upon Original and Contemporaneous

Records. 2 vols. New York and London: Macmillan, 1896. (9605.c.22)

 

BRUCE, PHILIP A. Institutional History of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century: An Inquiry

into the Religious, Moral, Educational, Legal, Military, and Political Condition of the

People, Based on Original and Contemporaneous Records. 2 vols. New York and London:

Putnam's, 1910. (9555.ppp.4)

 

BRYDON, GEORGE M. Religious Life of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century: The Faith

of Our Fathers. Williamsburg, Va.: Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 51

pp. (Ac.8542)

 

BRYDON, GEORGE M. Virginia's Mother Church and the Political Conditions under

Which It Grew. Vol. 1, An Interpretation of the Records of the Colony of Virignia and of the

 


 

Anglican Church of That Colony, 1607-1727. Richmond, Va.: Virginia Historical Society,

1947, 571 pp. (4745.i.8)

 

CARRIER, LYMAN. Agriculture in Virginia, 1607-1698. Willamsburg, Va.: Virginia

350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 41 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

CHAMBERLAYNE, C. G., ed. The Vestry Book and Register of St. Peters Parish, New Kent

and James City Counties, Virginia, 1684-1786. Richmond, Va.: Virginia Library Board,

1937, 840 pp. (Mic.A.12361)

 

CHAMBERLAYNE, C. G., ed. The Vestry Book of Petwsorth Parish, Gloucester County,

Virginia, 1677-1793. Richmond, Va.: Virginia State Library, 1979, 429 pp. (ASV 84/42)

 

CHITWOOD, OLIVER P. Justice in Colonial Virginia. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins

University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 23, nos. 7-8, 1905, 123 pp.

(Ac.2689)

 

CLAYTON, JOHN. The Reverend John Clayton, A Parson with a Scientific Mind: His

Scientific Writings and Other Related Papers. Edited by Edmund Berkeley and Dorothy S.

Berkeley. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia for the Virginia Historical Society,

1965, 170 pp. (X.0800/109.(6.))

 

COLONIAL CHURCHES: A SERIES OF SKETCHES OF CHURCHES IN THE ORIGINAL

COLONY OF VIRGINIA, WITH PICTURES OF EACH CHURCH. Richmond, Va.:

Southern Churchman Co., 1907, 319 pp. (Mic.A.16867)

 

CRAVEN, AVERY O. Soil Exhaustion as a Factor in the Agricultural History of Virginia

and Maryland, 1606-1860. Urbana: University of Illinois Studies in the Social Sciences, vol.

13, no. 1, 179 pp. (Ac.2692.u/14)

 

CRAVEN, WESLEY F., ed. A Good Speed to Virginia (1609) [by] Robert Gray; Newes

from Virginia (1610) [by] R. Rich. New York: Scholars' Facsimiles and Reprints, 1937.

(W.P.9530/10)

 

CRAVEN, WESLEY F. White, Red, and Black: The Seventeenth-century Virginian.

Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1971, 114 pp. (X.809/18552)

 

CULLIFORD, S. G. William Strachey, 1572-1621. Charlottesville: University Press of

Virginia, 1965, 224 pp. (X.909/15077)

 

CURRER-BRIGGS, NOEL. English Adventurers and Virginia Settlers: The Coordinated

Use of Seventeenth Century British and American Records by Genealogists. 3 vols. London:

Phillimore, 1969, 837 pp. (YA.1994.a.4903)

 

DAVIS, RICHARD B. George Sandys, Poet-Adventurer: A Study in Anglo-American

Culture in the Seventeenth Century. London: Bodley Head, 1955, 320 pp. (10864.df.44)

 

DAVIS, RICHARD B. Literature and Society in Early Virginia, 1608-1840. Baton Rouge:

Louisiana State University Press, 1973, 332 pp. (X.989/54032)

 


 

DEAL, J. DOUGLAS. Race and Class in Colonial Virginia: Indians, Englishmen and

Africans on the Eastern Shore during the Seventeenth Century. New York and London:

Garland, 1993, 452 pp. (YC.1993.b.6245)

 

DEETZ, JAMES. Flowerdew Hundred: The Archaelogy of a Virginia Plantation, 1619-

1864. Charlottesville and London: University Press of Virginia, 1993, 204 pp.

(YC.1994.b.805)

 

DRAKE, SAMUEL A. The Making of Virginia and the Middle Colonies, 1578-1701.

London: Gibbings, 1894, 228 pp. (9605.c.18)

 

DURAND OF DAUPHINË. A Frenchman in Virginia: Being the Memoirs of a Hugenot

Refugee in 1686. Translated by Fairfax Harrison. Privately printed, 1923, 146 pp.

(10409.pp.19)

 

EVANS, CERINDA W. Some Notes on Shipbuilding and Shipping in Colonial Virginia.

Williamsburg, Va.: Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 77 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

FLIPPIN, PERCY S. The Financial Administration of the Colony of Virginia. Baltimore,

Md.: Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 33, no. 2,

1915, 95 pp. (Ac.2689)

 

FLIPPIN, PERCY S. The Royal Government in Virginia, 1624-1775. New York: Columbia

University Studies in Political Science, vol. 84, no. 1, 1919, 393 pp. (Ac.2688/2)

 

FORMAN, HENRY C. Virginia Architecture in the Seventeenth Century. Williamsburg,

Va.: Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 79 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

GOODWIN, EDWARD L. The Colonial Church in Virginia. Milwaukee, Wis.: Morehouse

Pub. Co., 1927, 342 pp. (4745.eee.24)

 

GOOKIN, WALNER F. and PHILIP L. BARBOUR. Bartholomew Gosnold, Discoverer and

Planter: New England--1602, Virginia--1607. Hamden, Conn., and London: Archon Books,

1963, 271 pp. (X.800/1895)

 

GREER, GEORGE C. Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666. Baltimore, Md.:

Genealogical Pub. Co., 1989, 376 pp. (YA.1994.a.4670)

 

HAMOR, RALPH. A True Discourse of the Present State of Virginia. Introduction by A. L.

Rouse. Richmond, Va.: Virginia State Library, 1957, 74 pp. (9617.g.13)

 

HARRISON, FAIRFAX. Virginia Land Grants: A Study of Conveyancing in Relation to

Colonial Politics. Richmond, Va.: Old Dominion Press, 1925, 184 pp. (Mic.A.9414(5);

06605.c.15)

 

HATCH, CHARLES E. The First Seventeen Years: Virginia, 1607-1624. Williamsburg,

Va.: Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 118 pp. (Ac.8542)

 


 

HAYES, KEVIN J. The Library of William Byrd of Westover. Madison, Wis.: Madison

House, 1997, 654 pp. (2725.g.2672)

 

HENING, W. W., ed. The Statutes at Large: Being a Collection of All the Laws of Virginia,

From the First Session of the Legislature, in the Year 1619 to the Year 1972. 13 vols. New

York, Richmond, Va., and Philadelphia, 1823. (A.S.V.46/3); JOSEPH J. CASEY, Personal

Names in Hening’s Statutes at Large of Virginia, and Shepherd’s Continuation. Baltimore,

Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1967, 159 pp. (X.200/7256)

 

HERNDON, GEORGE M. Tobacco in Colonial Virginia: 'The Sovereign Remedy.'

Williamsburg, Va.: Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 53 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

HIDEN, MARTHA W. How Justice Grew: Virginia Counties, An Abstract of Their

Formation. Williamsburg, Va.: Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 101

pp. (Ac.8542)

 

HUGHES, THOMAS P. Medicine in Virginia, 1607-1699. Williamsburg, Va.: Virginia

350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 78 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

JESTER, ANNIE L. Domestic Life in Virginia in the Seventeenth Century. Williamburg,

Va.: Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 91 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

JONES, HOWARD M. The Literature of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century. Boston:

American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1946, 47 pp. (Ac.1730); 2nd ed., Charlottesville:

University Press of Virginia, 1968, 124 pp. (X.989/10546)

 

KELSO, WILLIAM M. Kingsmill Plantations, 1619-1800: Archaeology of Country Life in

Colonial Virginia. Orlando, Fla.: Academic Press, 1984, 236 pp. (DSC 85/11224)

 

KUKLA, JON. Political Institutions in Virginia, 1619-1660. New York and London:

Garland, 1989, 264 pp. (YC.1991.b.769)

 

KUKLA, JON. Speakers and Clerks of the Virginia House of Burgesses, 1643-1776.

Richmond, Va.: Virginia State Library, 1981, 163 pp. (A.S.V.84/9)

 

LATANË, JOHN H. The Early Relations between Maryland and Virginia. Baltimore, Md.:

Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 13, no. 3, 1895, 66

pp. (Ac.2689)

 

LEDERER, JOHN. The Discoveries of John Lederer, with Unpublished Letters by and about

Lederer to Governor John Winthrop, Jr. Edited by William P. Cumming. Charlottesville:

University of Virginia Press, 1958, 148 pp. (9551.v.18)

 

LEMAY, J. A. LEO, ed. Essays in Early Virginia Literature Honoring Richard Beale Davis.

New York: Burt Franklin, 1977, 282 pp. (X.950/11832)

 

LEWIS, CLIFFORD M., ed. The Spanish Jesuit Mission in Virginia, 1570-1572. Chapel

Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1953, 294 pp. (4763.i.25)

 


 

LOCKRIDGE, KENNETH A. The Diary and Life of William Byrd II of Virginia, 1674-1744.

Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early American History

and Culture, Williamsburg, Va., 1987, 201 pp. (DSC 87/22107)

 

MCCARY, BEN C. Indians in Seventeenth Century Virginia. Williamsburg, Va.: Virginia

350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 93 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

MCCARY, BEN C. John Smith's Map of Virginia, With a Brief Account of Its History.

Williamsburg, Va.: Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 11 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

MCILWAINE, H. R., ed. Executive Journals of the Council of Colonial Virginia. 6 vols.

Richmond, Va.: Davis Bottom, 1925-1966. (A.S.V.43/4)

 

MCILWAINE, H. R., ed. Journals of the House of Burgesses of Virginia. 13 vols.

Richmond, Va.: Colonial Press, 1908-1915. (A.S.V.43/5)

 

MCILWAINE, H. R., ed. Legislative Journals of the Council of Colonial Virginia. 3 vols.

Richmond, Va.: Virginia State Library, 1918. (6605.h.19)

 

MCILWAINE, H. R., ed. Minutes of the Council and General Court of Colonial Virginia,

1622-1632, 1670-1676, with Notes and Excerpts from Original Council and General Court

Records, into 1683, Now Lost. Richmond, Va.: Colonial Press, 1924, 593 pp. (1879.d.6)

 

MARAMBAUD, PIERRE. William Byrd of Westover, 1674-1744. Charlottesville:

University Press of Virginia, 1971, 297 pp. (X.800/8065)

 

MARTIN, PETER. The Pleasure Gardens of Virginia: From Jamestown to Jefferson.

Princeton, N.J., and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 1991, 240 pp. (YC.1992.b.192)

 

MASON, GEORGE C. Colonial Churches of Tidewater Virginia. Richmond: Whittet and

Shepperson, 1945, 381 pp. (Mic.A.9971)

 

MEADE, WILLIAM. Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia. 2 vols.

Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1861. (10409.g.15); JENNINGS C. WISE, Wise’s Digested Index

and Genealogical Guide to Bishop Meade’s Old Churches, Ministers and Families of

Virginia. Richmond, Va.: printed for subscribers, 1910, 114 pp. (10410.v.20); JOSEPH M.

TONER, Index to Names of Persons and Churches in Bishop Meade’s Old Churches,

Ministers and Families of Virginia. Revised by H. A. Morrison. Washington, D.C.:

Publications of the Southern Historical Association, extra vol. 1, 1898, 63 pp. (Ac.8547)

 

MEDICAL COLLEGE OF VIRGINIA FOUNDATION. Symposium on Colonial Medicine,

in Commemoration of the 350th Anniversary of the Settlement of Virginia. Williamsburg, Va.,

1957, 72 pp. (7682.t.4)

 

MILLER, ELMER I. The Legistlature of the Province of Virginia: Its Internal Development.

New York: Columbia College Studies in History, Economics and Public Law, vol. 28, no. 2,

1907, 182 pp. (Ac.2688/2)

 


 

MORGAN, EDMUND S. American Slavery, American Freedom: The Ordeal of Colonial

Virginia. New York: Norton, 1975, 454 pp. (X.800/14623)

 

MORTON, RICHARD L. Colonial Virginia. 2 vols. Chapel Hill: University of North

Carolina Press for the Virginia Historical Society, 1960, 883 pp. (9526.f.10)

 

MORTON, RICHARD L. Struggle Against Tyranny and the Beginning of a New Era:

Virginia, 1677-1699. Williamsburg, Va.: Virginia's 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp.,

1957, 80 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA IN THE STATE OF

VIRGINIA. The Parish Register of Christ Church, Middlesex County, Va., from 1653 to

1812. Richmond, Va.: National Society of the Colonial Dames in the State of Virginia,

1897, 341 pp. (10409.w.1)

 

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA IN THE STATE OF

VIRGINIA, ed. The Parish Register of Saint Peter’s, New Kent County, Va., from 1680 to

1787. Richmond, Va.: National Society of the Colonial Dames in the State of Virginia,

1904, 206 pp. (10409.w.1)

 

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE COLONIAL DAMES OF AMERICA IN THE STATE OF

VIRGINIA, ed. The Vestry Book of Saint Peter’s, New Kent County, Va., from 1682-1758.

Richmond, Va.: National Society of the Colonial Dames in the State of Virginia, 1905, 242

pp. (10409.w.1)

 

NEILL, EDWARD D. The Earliest Contest in America on Charter-Rights, Begun A.D. 1619,

in Virginia Legislature. St. Paul, Minn.: Macalester College Contributions, no. 5, 1890.

(Ac.2692.s)

 

NEILL, EDWARD D. Early Settlement of Virginia and Virginiola, as Noticed by Poets and

Players in the Time of Shakspeare, with Some Letters on the English Colonization of

America. Minneapolis, Minn.: Johnson, 1878, 48 pp. (9551.c.5)

 

NEILL, EDWARD D. Virginia Carolorum: The Colony under the Rule of Charles the First

and Second A.D. 1625-A.D. 1685, Based upon Manuscripts and Documents of the Period.

Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell's Sons, 1886, 446 pp. (9605.bbb.9)

 

NOËL HUME, IVOR. Here Lies Virginia: An Archaelogist's View of Colonial Life and

History. New ed., Charlottesville and London: University Press of Virginia, 1994, 352 pp.

(YC.1994.b.5703)

 

NOËL HUME, IVOR. Martin's Hundred. Rev. ed. Charlottesville and London: University

Press of Virginia, 1991, 386 pp. (YA.1995.a.29968)

 

NUGENT, NELL M. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and

Grants, 1623-1666. Vol. 1. Richmond, Va.: Dietz Reprint Co., 1934, 767 pp. (X.800/2054);

Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1963, 766 pp. (X.800/2056); Baltimore, Md.:

Genealogical Pub. Co., 1979, 767 pp. (X.809/49887)

 


 

PALMER, W. P., ed. Calendar of Virginia State Papers And Other Manuscripts, 1652-1781,

Preserved In The Capitol At Richmond. Vol. 1. Richmond: R. F. Walker, 1875; 11 vols.

New York: Kraus Reprint Corp., 1968. (A.S.V.70/3)

 

PENNINGTON, EDGAR L. The Church of England in Colonial Virginia. Hartford, Conn.:

Church Missions Pub. Co., 1938, 44 pp. (20032.g.27)

 

PERCY, GEORGE. Observations Gathered out of 'A Discourse of the Plantation of the

Southern Colony in Virginia by the English, 1606'. Edited by David B. Quinn.

Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, for the Association for the Preservation of

Virginia Antiquities, 1967, 27 pp. (X.708/11279)

 

PERRY, JAMES R. The Formation of a Society on Virginia’s Eastern Shore, 1615-1655.

Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early American History

and Culture, Williamsburg, Va., 1990, 253 pp. (DSC 91/02273)

 

PORTER, ALBERT O. County Government in Virginia: A Legislative History, 1607-1904.

New York: Columbia University Press, 1947, 356 pp. (9616.pp.26); New York: AMS

Press, 1966, 356 pp. (Ac.2688/2.(526.))

 

PRICE, JACOB M. Perry of London: A Family and Firm on the Seaborne Frontier, 1615-

1753. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1992, 191 pp. (YA.1993.b.3152;

YC.1993.b.6950)

 

PUGLISI, MICHAEL J., ed. Diversity and Accommodation: Essays on the Cultural

Composition of the Virginia Frontier. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1997, 310

pp. (DSC 98/17151)

 

QUITT, MARTIN H. Virginia House of Burgesses, 1660-1706: The Social, Educational

and Economic Bases of Political Power. New York and London: Garland, 1989, 388 pp.

(YC.1991.b.2653)

 

RANKIN, HUGH F. Criminal Trial Proceedings in the General Court of Colonial Virginia.

Williamsburg, Va.: Colonial Williamsburg, 1965, 240 pp. (X.200/10203)

 

RIPLEY, WILLIAM Z. The Financial History of Virginia, 1609-1776. New York:

Columbia College Studies in History, Economics and Public Law, vol. 4, no. 1, 1891, 170 pp.

(Ac.2688/2)

 

ROBINSON, WALTER S. Mother Earth--Land Grants in Virginia, 1607-1699.

Williamsburg, Va.: Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 77 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

ROEBER, A. G. Faithful Magistrates and Republican Lawyers: Creators of Virginia Legal

Culture, 1680-1810. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1981, 292 pp.

(X.200/45438)

 

ROLFE, JOHN. A True Relation of the State of Virginia Lefte by Sir Thomas Dale Knight in

May Last 1616. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1951, 41 pp. (M.S.Facs.487)

 


 

ROUNTREE, HELEN C. The Powhatan Indians of Virginia: Their Traditional Culture.

Norman and London: University of Oklahoma Press, 1989, 221 pp. (YH.1989.a.650)

 

ROUNTREE, HELEN C. and THOMAS E. DAVIDSON. Eastern Shore Indians of Virginia

and Maryland. Charlottesville and London: University Press of Virginia, 1997, 329 pp.

(YC.1998.b.2557)

 

RUSSELL, JOHN H. The Free Negro in Virginia, 1619-1685. Baltimore, Md.: Johns

Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, ser. 13, no. 3, 1913, 194 pp.

(Ac.2689; 8157.k.19)

 

RUTMAN, DARRETT B. and ANITA H. A Place in Time: Middlesex County, Virginia,

1650-1750. New York and London: Norton, 1984, 287 pp. (X.809/66711)

 

SAMFORD, C. CLEMENT and JOHN M. HEMPHILL. Bookbinding in Colonial Virginia.

Williamsburg, Va.: Colonial Williamsburg, 1966, 185 pp. (2708.e.748)

 

SCOTT, ARTHUR P. Criminal Law in Colonial Virginia. Chicago: University of Chicago

Press, 1930, 335 pp. (06617.de.19)

 

SHEA, WILLIAM L. The Virginia Militia in the Seventeenth Century. Baton Rouge and

London: Louisiana State University, 1983, 152 pp. (X.809/59971)

 

SHEEHAN, BERNARD W. Savagism and Civility: Indians and Englishmen in Colonial

Virginia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1980, 258 pp. (X.809/46025)

 

SLAUGHTER, PHILIP. The Colonial Church of Virginia. Boston: Rand, Avery, 1885, 43

pp. (4745.eee.22)

 

STANARD, MARY N. Colonial Virginia: Its People and Customs. Philadelphia and

London: Lippincott, 1917, 375 pp. (010409.g.3)

 

STANARD, MARY N. The Story of Virginia's First Century. Philadelphia and London:

Lippincott, 1928, 331 pp. (9551.v.5)

 

STANARD, WILLIAM G. and MARY N. STANARD, comps. The Colonial Virginia

Register: A List of Governors, Councillors and Other Higher Officials, and Also of Members

of the House of Burgesses and the Revolutionary Conventions of the Colony of Virginia.

Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell's Sons, 1902. (Mic.A.16849)

 

STITH, WILLIAM. The History of the First Discovery and Settlement of Virginia, Being an

Essay Towards a General History of This Colony. Spartanburg, S.C.: Reprint Co., 1965, 331

pp. (X.809/7342); MORGAN P. ROBINSON, A Complete Index to Stith’s History of

Virginia. Spartanburg, S.C.: Reprint Co., 1965. (X.809/7342)

 

STRACHEY, WILLIAM. For the Colony in Virginea Britannia Lawes Divine, Morall and

Martiall. Edited by David H. Flaherty. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia for the

Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities, 1969, 101 pp. (A.S.V.45/3)

 


 

STRACHEY, WILLIAM. The Historie of Travell into Virginia Britania. Edited by Louis B.

Wright and Virginia Freund. London: Hakluyt Society, 1953, 221 pp. (Ac.6172/147)

 

STRACHEY, WILLIAM. A Voyage to Virginia in 1609: Two Narratives. Edited by Louis

B. Wright. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia for the Association for the

Preservation of Virginia Antiquities, 1965, 116 pp. (X.639/1536)

 

SWEM, E. G., JOHN M. JENNINGS and JAMES A. SERVIES. A Selected Bibliography of

Virginia, 1607-1699. Williamsburg, Va.: Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp.,

1957, 72 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

THREE PROCLAMATIONS CONCERNING THE LOTTERY FOR VIRGINIA, 1613-1621.

Providence, R.I.: John Carter Brown Library, 1907. (1854.a.30)

 

TINLING, MARION, ed. The Correspondence of the Three William Byrds of Westover,

Virginia, 1684-1776. 2 vols. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia for the Virginia

Historical Society, 1977. (X.0800/109(13)

 

TORRENCE, CLAYTON. Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800: An Index of

Wills Recorded and of Administrations on Estates Shown by Inventories in Will and Other

Books of Local Courts. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1965, 483 pp. (X.200/1634)

 

TURMAN, NORA M. The Eastern Shore of Virginia, 1603-1964. Onancock, Va.: Eastern

Shore News, 1964, 306 pp. (X.709/2930)

 

TURMAN, NORA M. George Yeardley: Governor of Virginia and Organizer of the

General Assembly in 1619. Richmond, Va.: Garrett and Massie, 1959, 192 pp.

(10667.m.17)

 

TYLER, LYON G., ed. Narratives of Early Virginia, 1606-1625. New York: Scribner's,

1907, 478 pp. (9551.p.4)

 

VIRGINIA COMMITTEE ON COLONIAL RECORDS. The British Public Record Office:

History, Description, Record Groups, Finding Aids and Materials for American History with

Special Reference to Virginia. Richmond, Va.: Virginia State Library, 1960, 178 pp. (OPL

973.0094)

 

VIRGINIA COMMITTEE ON COLONIAL RECORDS. Virginia Colonial Records Project:

A Cooperative Survey of Manuscript Sources in Overseas Repositories for Virginia History,

1607-1780. Richmond, Va.: Virginia State Library, 1956. (2764.mv.1)

 

WALSH, LORENA S. From Calabar to Carter’s Grove: The History of a Virginia Slave

Community. Charlottesville and London: University Press of Virginia, 1997, 335 pp.

(YC.1998.b.1423)

 

WASHBURN, WILCOMB E. Virginia under Charles I and Cromwell, 1625-1660.

Williamsburg, Va.: Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 64 pp. (Ac.8542)

 


 

WEDDELL, ALEXANDER W., ed. A Memorial Volume of Virginia Historical Portraiture,

1585-1830. Richmond: William Byrd Press, 1930, 556 pp. (L.R.260.b.8)

 

WELLS, GUY F. Parish Education in Colonial Virginia. New York: Teachers College,

Columbia University, 1923, 95 pp. (8385.i.47)

 

WERTENBAKER, THOMAS J. Give Me Liberty: The Struggle for Self-Goverment in

Virginia. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, vol. 46, 1958, 275 pp.

(Ac.1830/8.(46.))

 

WERTENBAKER, THOMAS J. The Government of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century.

Williamsburg, Va.: Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 61 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

WERTENBAKER, THOMAS J. The Planters of Colonial Virginia. Princeton, N.J.:

Princeton University Press, 1922, 260 pp. (9551.c.43)

 

WERTENBAKER, THOMAS J. Virginia under the Stuarts, 1607-1688. Princeton, N.J.:

Princeton University Press; London: Humphrey Milford, 1914, 271 pp. (9602.dd.1)

 

WEST, GERALD M. The Status of the Negro in Virginia during the Colonial Period. New

York: William R. Jenkins, 1890, 76 pp. (1601/532)

 

WHARTON, JAMES. The Bounty of the Chesapeake: Fishing in Colonial Virginia.

Willamsburg, Va.: Virginia's 350th Anniversary Celebration, 1957, 78 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

WHISKER, JAMES B. Arms Makers of Virginia and West Virginia. Lewiston, N.Y.:

Mellen, 1991, 242 pp. (YC.1992.b.5031)

 

WHISKER, JAMES B. Virginia Clockmakers and Watchmakers, c. 1660-1860. Lewiston,

N.Y.: Mellen Press, 1999, 182 pp. (YC.1999.b.9329)

 

WHITELAW, RALPH T. Virginia's Eastern Shore: A History of Northampton and

Accomack Counties. 2 vols. Gloucester, Mass.: Peter Smith, 1968, 1511 pp. (X.800/7552)

 

WISE, JENNINGS C. Ye Kingdome of Accawmacke, or the Eastern Shore of Virginia in the

Seventeenth Century. Richmond, Va.: Bell Book and Stationery Co., 1911, 406 pp.

(9602.s.2)

 

WITHINGTON, LOTHROP. Virginia Gleanings in England: Abstracts of 17th and 18th-

Century English Wills and Administrations Relating to Virginia and Virginians. Baltimore,

Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1980, 745 pp. (DSC 85/30255)

 

WRIGHT, LOUIS B. The First Gentlemen of Virginia: Intellectual Qualities of the Early

Colonial Ruling Class. San Marino, Calif.: Huntington Library, 1940, 373 pp.

(W.P.9803/25)

 

2) BACON'S REBELLION

 


 

ANDREWS, CHARLES M. Narratives of the Insurrections, 1675-1690. New York:

Scribner's, 1915, 414 pp. (9551.p.16)

 

MUSICK, JOHN R. A Century Too Soon: A Story of Bacon’s Rebellion. New York: Funk

and Wagnell Co., 1893, 400 pp. (012705.h.37)

 

WASHBURN, WILCOMB E. The Effect of Bacon's Rebellion on Government in England

and Virginia. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1962. (Ac.1875/13)

 

WASHBURN, WILCOMB E. The Governor and the Rebel: A History of Bacon's Rebellion

in Virginia. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early

American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Va., 1957, 248 pp. (9027.s.6)

 

WEBB, STEPHEN S. 1676: The End of American Independence. New York: Knopf, 1984,

440 pp. (DSC 84/19514)

 

WERTENBAKER, THOMAS J. Bacon's Rebellion, 1676. Williamburg, Va.: Virginia

350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 60 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

WERTENBAKER, THOMAS J. Torchbearer of the Revolution: The Story of Bacon's

Rebellion and Its Leader. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1940, 237 pp.

(9617.b.3)

 

3) JAMESTOWN

 

BARBOUR, PHILIP L., ed. The Jamestown Voyages under the First Charter, 1606-1609:

Documents Relating to the Foundation of Jamestown and the History of the Jamestown

Colony up to the Departure of Captain John Smith, 1609. 2 vols. London: Cambridge

University Press for the Hakluyt Society, 1969, 524 pp. (Ac.6172/168)

 

BRIDENBAUGH, CARL. Jamestown, 1544-1699. New York: Oxford University Press,

1980, 199 pp. (X.809/56214)

 

COTTER, JOHN L. Archaelogical Excavations at Jamestown Colonial National Historical

Park and Jamestown National Historical Site, Virginia. Washington, D.C.: National Park

Service, 1958, 299 pp. (A.S.197/20)

 

COTTER, JOHN L. and J. PAUL HUDSON. New Discoveries at Jamestown. Washington,

D.C.: National Park Service, 1957, 99 pp. (A.S.195.36)

 

FORMAN, HENRY C. Jamestown and St. Mary’s: Buried Cities of Romance. Baltimore,

Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1938, 355 pp. (010410.l.24)

 

HARRINGTON, JEAN C. Glassmaking at Jamestown: America's First Industry.

Richmond, Va.: Dietz Press, 1952, 47 pp. (Mic.F.149)

 

HATCH, CHARLES E. Jamestown, Virginia: The Town Site and Its Story. Washington,

D.C.: National Park Service, 1949, 52 pp.; rev. ed., Washington, D.C.: National Park

Service, 1957, 54 pp. (A.S.194/39)

 


 

HUDSON, J. PAUL. A Pictorial Booklet on Early Jamestown Commodities and Industries.

Williamsburg, Va.: Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 78 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

HUDSON, J. PAUL. A Pictorial Story of Jamestown, Virginia: The Yovage and Search for

a Settlement Site. Richmond, Va.: Garrett and Massie, 1957, 54 pp. (10293.k.5)

 

HUDSON, J. PAUL. The Story of Iron at Jamestown, Virginia. Lynchburg, Va.:

Ironworker, vol. 20, no. 3, 1956, 14 pp. (P.P.1660.dhm)

 

LAVERY, BRIAN. The Colonial Merchantman Susan Constant, 1605. London: Conway

Maritime Press, 1988, 120 pp. (LB.31.b.6345)

 

NOËL HUME, IVOR. The Virginia Adventure: Roanoke to James Towne: An

Archaelogical and Historical Odyssey. Charlottesville and London: University Press of

Virginia, 1997, 491 pp. (YC.1998.b.679)

 

SAMS, CONWAY W. The Conquest of Virginia: The Second Attempt, An Account, Based

on Original Documents, of the Attempt, Under the King's Form of Government, to Found

Virginia at Jamestown, 1606-1610. Norfolk, Va.: Keyser-Doherty Printing Corp., 1929, 916

pp. (9551.tt.8)

 

SAMS, CONWAY W. The Conquest of Virginia: The Third Attempt, 1610-1624: Virginia

Founded under the Charters of 1609 and 1612; An Account Based on Original Documents of

the Establishment of the Colony, by the Virginia Company of London. New York: Putnam's,

1939, 824 pp. (9617.b.12)

 

TYLER, LYON G. The Cradle of the Republic: Jamestown and James River. Richmond,

Va.: Whittet and Shepperson, 1900, 187 pp. (10413.cc.26)

 

YONGE, SAMUEL H. The Site of Old 'James Towne', 1607-1698: A Brief Historical and

Topographical Sketch of the First American Metropolis. Richmond, Va.: Hermitage Press,

1907, 151 pp. (10410.r.3)

 

4) JOHN SMITH

 

BARBOUR, PHILIP L. The Commemorative Window for Captain John Smith in the Parish

Church of St. Helen’s in Willoughby by Alford by the Font where Smith Was Baptized.

Willoughby, 1976. (YA.1994.a.17844)

 

BARBOUR, PHILIP L. The Three Worlds of Captain John Smith. London: Macmillan,

1964, 553 pp. (X.709/775)

 

EAMES, WILBERFORCE. A Bibliography of Captain John Smith, Reprinted from Sabin’s

Dictionary of Books Relating to America. New York, 1927, 48 pp. (011903.d.72)

 

EMERSON, EVERETT H. Captain John Smith. Rev. ed., New York: Twayne Pub., 1993,

143 pp. (DSC 9076.7540)

 


 

GERSON, NOEL B. The Glorious Scoundrel: A Biography of Captain John Smith. New

York: Dodd, Mead, 1978, 251 pp. (X.809/47466)

 

HUTCHENS, CAROLYN. The Travels of John Smith's Islands: An Essay on the Enigmas

of Seventeenth-Century Cartography, Questions about the Confusions underlying the

Colonization of the Atlantic Coast, and Some Answers. Hartford, Conn.: Transcendental

Books, 1981, 33 pp. (X.805/6466)

 

LEMAY, J. A. LEO. The American Dream of Captain John Smith. Charlottesville and

London: University Press of Virginia, 1991, 287 pp. (YC.1993.b.3869)

 

LEMAY, J. A. LEO. Did Pocahontas Save Captain John Smith? Athens: University of

Georgia Press, 1992, 144 pp. (DSC 93/02685)

 

LIVINGSTON, LUTHER S., ed. Captain John Smith’s Circular or Prospectus of His

Generall Historie of Virginia. Cambridge: privately printed, 1914. (11907.i.23)

 

MCCARY, BEN C. John Smith's Map of Virginia, With a Brief Account of Its History.

Williamsburg, Va.: Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 11 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

NEILL, EDWARD D. Captain John Smith, Adventurer and Romancer. St. Paul, Minn.:

Macalester College Contributions, no. 11, 1890. (Ac.2692.s)

 

SMITH, JOHN. Captain John Smith: A Select Edition of His Writings. Edited by Karen O.

Kupperman. Chapel Hill and London: University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of

Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Va., 1988, 290 pp. (YC.1988.b.7150)

 

SMITH, JOHN. The Complete Works of Captain John Smith (1580-1631). Edited by Philip

L. Barbour. 3 vols. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early

American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Va., 1986. (DSC 86/15094-96)

 

SMITH, JOHN. Works, 1608-1631. Edited by Edward Arber. Birmingham: English

Scholar’s Library, 1884, 984 pp. (a2205.ee.1/16; 2324.f.16)

 

5) VIRGINIA COMPANY OF LONDON

 

BEMISS, SAMUEL M. The Three Charters of the Virginia Company of London; with Seven

Related Documents, 1601-1621. Willamsburg, Va: Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration

Corp., 1957, 128 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

CRAVEN, WESLEY F. Dissolution of the Virginia Company: The Failure of a Colonial

Experiment. Gloucester, Mass.: Peter Smith, 1964, 350 pp. (X.809/63866)

 

CRAVEN, WESLEY F. The Virginia Company of London, 1606-1624. Williamsburg, Va.:

Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corp., 1957, 57 pp. (Ac.8542)

 

ELLYSON, J. TAYLOR. The London Company of Virginia: A Brief Account of Its

Transactions in Colonizing Virginia, with Photogravures of the More Prominent Leaders

Reproduced from the Collection of Historical Portraits at Oakridge, Nelson County,

 


 

Virginia, Secured for Exhibition at the Jamestown Exposition by Thomas Fortune Ryan.

New York and London, 1908, 21 pp. (K.T.C.26.b.25)

 

KINGSBURY, SUSAN M. An Introduction to the Records of the Virginia Company of

London. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1905, 214 pp. (9551.m.2)

 

KINGSBURY, SUSAN M., ed. The Records of the Virginia Company of London: The Court

Book. 4 vols. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1906-1935. (9551.m.6)

 

NEILL, EDWARD D. History of the Virginia Company of London, with Letters to and from

the First Colony, Never Before Printed. Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell, 1869, 432 pp.

(10413.ff.14)

 

NEILL, EDWARD D., ed. Virginia Company of London: Extracts from Their Manuscript

Transactions. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1868, 17 pp.

(10411.dd.39.(6.))

 

NEILL, EDWARD D. Virginia Governors under the London Company. St. Paul, Minn.:

Macalester College Contributions, no. 1, 1889, 35 pp. (Ac.2692.s.)

 

ROBINSON, CONWAY. Abstract of the Proceedings of the Virginia Company of London,

1619-1624. Edited by R. A. Brock. 2 vols. Richmond, Va.: Collections of the Virginia

Historical Society, new ser., vols. 7-8, 1888. (Ac.8545/5)

 

SAMS, CONWAY W. The Conquest of Virginia: The Third Attempt, 1610-1624: Virginia

Founded under the Charters of 1609 and 1612; An Account Based on Original Documents of

the Establishment of the Colony, by the Virginia Company of London. New York: Putnam's,

1939, 824 pp. (9617.b.12)

 


 

V. POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT

 

A. GENERAL STUDIES

 

ANDREWS, CHARLES M. Colonial Self-Government, 1652-1689. New York and London:

Harper, 1904, 369 pp. (9615.c.5)

 

BISHOP, CORTLANDT F. History of Elections in the American Colonies. Columbia

College Studies in History, Economics and Public Law, vol. 3, no. 1, 1893, 297 pp.

(Ac.2688/2)

 

BONOMI, PATRICIA U. A Factious People: Politics and Society in Colonial New York.

New York and London: Columbia University Press, 1971, 342 pp. (X.800/6174)