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Bibliography Links: 17th Century; 18th Century and Epilogue; Appendix

BIBLIOGRAPHY: 17th Century

INTRODUCTION

Andrews, Charles McLean, 1863-1943. Connecticut's place in colonial history; an address delivered before the Connecticut society of colonial wars, 28 May 1923. New Haven, Pub. for the Connecticut society of colonial wars by the Yale university press, 1924.

Andrews, Charles McLean, 1863-1943. The beginnings of Connecticut, 1632-1662. [New Haven] Published for the Tercentenary Commission by the Yale University Press, 1934.

Andrews, Charles McLean , The Colonial Period of American History (Vol. II) - The Beginnings of Connecticut 1632-1662 (Tercentenary Commission Publication Vol. XXXII 1934)

Appleby, Joyce Building A Nation with Alan Brinkley, James M. McPherson; National Geographic Society. Teacher's Wraparound ed. New York: Glencoe/McGraw Hill (c. 2000) T23, xvii, RA15, 721, A76 p: ill. (some col)col. maps; 30 cm. Includes multimedia connectoins to the Internet, CD-ROM and videodisc technology. Includes bibliographical references and index. Education Media Center 2000 pam

Burpee, Charles Winslow, 1859- Burpee's The story of Connecticut, ... New York, The American historical company, inc., 1939. 4 v. fronts., illus. (incl. maps, facsim.) plates, ports., col. coats of arms. 28cm.

Bushman, Richard L., From Puritan to Yankee; character and the social order in Connecticut, 1690-1765, 1967.

Daniels, Bruce C. The Connecticut Town: Growth and Development, 1635-1790. Columbia, 1979. Transformation of small Puritan villages into towns.

Dayton, Cornelia Hughes - Women Before the Bar: Gender, Law, and Society in Connecticut 1639-1789 [Princeton, N.J.] : C. Dayton, c1986. xiv, 397 p. ; 28 cm. Cover title. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Princeton University, 1986. Includes bibliographical references.

Cronon, William. Changes in the land : Indians, colonists, and the ecology of New England 51st ed. New York : Hill and Wang, 1983. x, 241 p. ; 22 cm. Includes index. Bibliography: p. [207]-235.

Demos, John. Entertaining Satan : Witchcraft and the Culture of Early New England. New York : Oxford University Press, 1982. xiv, 543 p. ; 24 cm.

Fedor, Ferenz. Connecticut, cradle of democracy : an historical review of the birth of our nation; edited by Lawrence Schwingel. England ; Raleigh, N.C. : Pentland Press, c1996. 230 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm.

Johnston, Johanna. The Connecticut Colony. [New York] Crowell-Collier Press [1969] 136 p. illus., facsims.

Greene, Lorenzo Johnston, 1899- The Negro in colonial New England, 1620-1776. Port Washington, N.Y., Kennikat Press [1966, c1942] 404 p. 22 cm. Reprint of a thesis, Columbia University, 1942. Bibliography: p. [361]-384.

Hollister, G. H. (Gideon Hiram), 1817-1881. The history of Connecticut, from the first settlement of the colony to the adoption of the present constitution, New Haven, Durrie and Peck, 1855. 2 v. illus. 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references.

Kelly, John Frederick, 1888-1947. The early domestic architecture of Connecticut. New York, Dover Publications [1963] xvi, 210 p. illus., diagrs., plans. 28 cm. "T1136." "Unabridged and unaltered republication of the work first published ... in 1924."

Perry, Charles Edward, ed. Founders and leaders of Connecticut, 1633-1783. Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1971]

Peters, Samuel, 1735-1826. General history of Connecticut, from its first settlement under George Fenwick to its latest period of amity with Great Brit ain prior to the Revolution ... by a gentleman of the province, London, 1781. To which are added, additions ... by Samuel Jarvis McCormick. Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1969]

Pomfret, John Edwin, 1898- Founding the American colonies, 1583-1660, with Floyd M. Shumway. [1st ed.] New York, Harper & Row [1970] xvii, 380 p. illus., maps, ports. 22 cm. (The New American Nation series) Bibliography: p. 339-371.

Shumway, Floyd M. Historical resources in south central Connecticut : a guide to manuscript repositories/ compiled by the Archives Committee for Library Region V ; also edited by Douglas M. Arnold & Diane E. Kaplan . [New Haven, Conn.?] :Connecticut Coordinating Committee for the Promotion of History, c1990. ii, 63 p. ; 28 cm. Sponsored by the Coordinating Committee and the New Haven Colony Historical Society.

Taylor, Robert J. Colonial Connecticut: A History. Kraus 1979. The colony, from settlement to the Declaration of Independence.

Taylor, John Metcalf, 1845-1918. The witchcraft delusion in colonial Connecticut, 1647-1697. New York, B. Franklin [1971] xv, 172 p. facsim. 19 cm.

1614--Adriaen Block

Bacon, Edwin M. , The Connecticut River. , N. Y. and London, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1907

Cronon, W., Changes in the Land, New York, Hill and Wang, 1983.

Delaney, Edmund, The Connecticut River, Chester, CT., The Globe Pequot Press, 1983.

Howe, Henry F. Prologue to New England, Port Washington, N.Y., Kennikat Press,1969.

Russell, H. S., Indian New England before the Mayflower. Hanover, N.H., University Press of New England, 1980

Wilbur, C. Keith, The New England Indians, Chester, Conn., Globe Pequot Press, 1978

1633--House of (Good) Hope, William Holmes, Windsor

Bates, Albert Carlos, ed Contents: Matthew Grant record, 1639-1681.--Town votes. 1641-1642.--Freemen, 1669-1703.--Church controversy, 1669-1679.--Ratable list. 1686.--Appendix to Matthew Grant record.--Index. Incl. ms. notations by T. R. Harlow.

Brown, William Garrott, 1868-1913. The life of Oliver Ellsworth. New York, Da Capo Press, 1970. ix, 369 p. illus., ports. 24 cm. (Da Capo Press reprints in American constitutional and legal history) Reprint of the 1905 ed.

(Connecticut Historical Society. Some early records and documents of and relating to the town of Windsor, Connecticut, 1639-1703. Hartford, Conn. : Connecticut Historical Society, 1930. 227 p. ; 21 cm.)

Howard, Daniel, 1864- A new history of old Windsor, Connecticut . [Windsor Locks, Conn., The Journal press] 1935. 2 p. ., [7]-428 p. illus. (incl. ports., map) 24 cm.

Grant, Matthew, 1601-1681. Record book, 1639-1681. 1 box (3 items) ; 39 x 26 x 6 cm. Holograph. The manuscript is brittle and the edges of some pages have broken off. It has been conserved and restored. A verbatim et literatim transcription by Albert Bates was published by the Connecticut Historical Society in 1930. The society also holds a transcription in an unknown hand certified to be a true copy by James Loomis in 1850. In 1897 Jabez Hayden added a brief description of the contents of the volume and of its provenance. The manuscript transcription is filed with the Grant record book. Summary: Church and vital records of families of Windsor, Conn., between 1639 and 1681; includes a reference to the great flood of March 1638 and of donations made to victims of King Philip's War in June 1676. A list in another hand of deaths in Ellington, Conn. between 1717 and 1740 appears on the last two pages of the volume.

van Rossum, Eveline S., 1969- . The house of good hope : a story about the Dutch in Hartford in the seventeenth century , Connecticut Historical Society, January-May 1995. Computer printout. Summary: Describes the West India Company's trade in fur and wampum with native Americans, the building of the fort House of Hope in the area now known as Dutch Point in Hartford, Conn., and the conflict of the Dutch traders with the English colonists.

1634----Wethersfield, John Oldham.

Adams, Sherman W. The history of ancient Wethersfield, Connecticut New York : The Grafton Press, 1904 995 p. including index . Comprising the present towns of Wethersfield, Rocky Hill, and Newington; and of Glastonbury prior to it's incorporation in 1693, from date of earliest settlement until the present time.

1635--Saybrook

(Saybrook (Conn.). Tercentenary Committee. In the land of the patentees, Saybrook in Connecticut. OldSaybrook, Conn. Saybrook Tercentenary Committee. 2d ed. The Action Library, 1935. 2 p. leaves. 85 p. front. 24 cm.)

1635--Lion Gardiner.

Gardiner, Curtiss Crane, ed. Lion Gardiner, and his descendants ... [1599-1890]. Ed., with notes critical and illustrative, St. Louis, A. Whipple, 1890. xxv, 170 p. front., illus., pl., maps, facsim. 28 cm. "Part first contains a reprint of the Papers and biography of Lion Gardiner, published by me in 1883, revised, corrected, and enlarged by the addition of new matter, with illustrations. Part second is made up of family records - comprising eight generations traced, with some account of the ninth and tenth and latest generation from Lion Gardiner." - Pref. Copy 1: Charles T. Wells Collection.

Gardiner, Curtiss Crane, b. 1822, ed. The papers and biography of Lion Gardiner, 1599-1663. With an appendix. Ed., with notes critical and illustrative, by Curtiss C. Gardiner. St. Louis [Press of Levison & Blythe Stationary Co.] 1883. 106 p. front., illus., map, facsim.

Gardiner, Lion, 1599-1663. Relation of the Pequot warres, 1660 by Lieutenant Lion Gardener and now first printed from the original manuscript, with an historical introduction [by W. N. C. Carlton]. [Hartford, Conn., Lockwood & Brainard Compa iny] 1901. xxix, 33 p. facsim. 25 cm. [Acorn Club. Connecticut. Publication no. 4]) Printed wrappers. Here printed for the first time from the original manuscript. In 1833 the Massachusetts Historical Society printed it in its Collections, 3d. ser., v. 3, using an imperfect ms. copy of the original. All later reprints had followed that. "Bibliographical not": p. xxix. U. Conn. Spec. Coll. copy is no. 26 of an edition of 102 copies. Gardiner, John Lion. Gardiners of Gardiner's island , publisher Jonathan T. Gardiner. East Hampton, N. Y., The Star press, 1927.

Graham, Isabella Hummel, Mrs. Lion Gardener; a tale of the Pequot war, Privately printed by permission of the author, 1918. 2 p. ., 122 p. front. 19 cm.

Penhallow, Samuel, 1665-1726. The history of the wars of New-England with the Eastern Indians; or, a narrativeof their continued perfidy and cruelty, from the 10th of August, 1703, to the peace renewed 13th of July, 1713. And from the 25th of July, 1722, to their submission 15th December, 1725, which was ratified August 5th, 1726, Cincinnati, Reprinted ... for Wm. Dodge, by J. Harpel, 1859. 139 p. ; 25.5 x 21 cm. Includes reproduction of t.-p. of edition of 1726. Preface of original edition signed: Benjamin Colman. Some copies have appended: A history of the Pequot War ... by Lieutenant Lion Gardiner ... Cincinnati, Printed by J. Harpel, for W. Dodge, 1860 (36 p.) Inscribed on title page. &quReprinted from the Boston edition of 1726, with a memoir, notes, and appendix. Title-page in red and black; title vignette.

Saybrook (Conn.). Tercentenary Committee. In the land of the patentees, Saybrook in Connecticut. 2d ed. enl. [Old Saybrook, Conn.] The Action Library,1935. 2 p. leaves. 85 p. front. 24 cm. Seal of Lion Gardiner on t.-p.

Welch, Richard. Lion Gardiner and his island . Hicksville, NY : National Historical Society, May 1981.

1635--John Winthrop, Jr.

Black, Robert C., The Younger John Winthrop (1966)

Dunn, R. S. , Puritans and Yankees(1962, repr. 1971)

Mayo, Lawrence Shaw, 1888-1947. The Winthrop family in America Boston : Massachusetts Historical Society, 1948. x, 507 p. : ports., col. coat of arms, geneal. table. ; 29 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Morgan, Edmund S., The Puritan Dilemma: The Story of John Winthrop (1958; repr. 1987).

1636--Hartford, Thomas Hooker

Archibald, Warren Seymour. Thomas Hooker. [New Haven] Published for the Tercentenary Commission by the Yale University Press, 1933. 19 p.

Barbour, Lucius Barnes. Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1977 [CSL call number: HistRef F 104 .H353 A22 1977]. Contains genealogical information on over 950 families of early Hartford.

Brook, Benjamin ,The Lives of the Puritans, Volume 2, (London: J. Black, 1813)

Bush, Sargent, Jr., The Writings of Thomas Hooker, (Madison: University  of Wisconsin Press, 1980)

Hooker, Edward W. (Edward William), 1794-1875. The life of Thomas Hooker, Boston : Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, 1849. vi, [7]-324 p. ; 16 cm.

Hosley, William. By Their Markers Ye Shall Know Them: A Chronicle of the History and Restorations of HartfordÕs Ancient Burying Ground. Hartford: The Ancient I Burying Ground Association, Inc., 1994 [CSL call number HistRef: F 104 .H362 H68 1994]. Includes a transcription of headstone inscriptions in the cemetery keyed to a map in the back of the volume.

Mather, Cotton  Magnalia Christi Americana, (New York: Russell & Russell, 1967)

Shuffelton, Frank, 1940- Thomas Hooker, 1586-1647 Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c1977. xii, 324 p. ; 23 cm.

Talcott, Mary Kingsley. The Original Proprietors. Reprint, Society of The Descendants of the Founders of Hartford, Inc., 1986 [CSL call number: HistRef F 104 .H353 A26 1986]. Includes information on the individuals having been proved to have resided in Hartford prior to 1640. (Connecticut Historical Society, 1 Elizabeth St., Hartford, CT 06105.)

Walker, George Leon, 1830-1900. Thomas Hooker : preacher, founder, democrat New York : Dodd, Mead, and Co., c. 1891. vi, 203 p. : ill. ; 18 cm. ("Makers of America") "Published works": p. 184-195. Bound by Stikeman & Co., Hartford, Conn.

Wooley, H. Clark , Thomas Hooker, A Bibliography Together with a Brief Sketch of His Life, (Hartford: Center Church Monographs, 1932)

1637----Pequot War, Captain John Mason

Axelrod, Alan. Chronicle of the Indian Wars: From Colonial Times to Wounded Knee. New York: Prentice Hall, 1993.

Bell, James. The Charter effect : the Amerindian, the Pequot War, and the transformation of Englishmen into Americans . 1997. v, 95 leaves, bound ; 28 cm.

Bonfanti, Leo The Pequot-Mohican War. Wakefield, Mass., Pride Publications, 1971. 63p. illus.

Bradstreet, Howard, 1869-1937. The story of the Pequot war of 1637, arranged from original narrations, Hartford, Conn., Polygon press, c1930. 46 p. 1 . incl. front. (map) illus.

Bradstreet, Howard, 1869-1937. The story of the war with the Pequots re-told. [New Haven] Published for the Tercentenary Commission by the Yale University Press, 1933. 32 p. incl. map. 23 cm.

Cave, Alfred A. The Pequot War. Amherst: U of Massachusetts Press, 1996.

Caverly, Robert Boodey, 1806-1887. Battle of the bush : dramas elaborated from the startling events of the New England wars of an hundred years. Boston : R. Caverly, 1884-1885. 341 p., [28] leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm.

Egleston, Thomas, 1832-1900. The story of the Pequot War read before the New York Society of the Order of the Founders and Patriots of America, December 15, 1905. New York : The Society, 1905. 33 p. ; 23 cm.

Gardiner, Lion, 1599-1663. Relation of the Pequot warres, written in 1660 by Lieutenant Gardener and now first printed from the original manuscript, with an historical introduction [by W. N. C. Carlton]. [Hartford, Conn., Lockwood & Brainard Company] 1901. xxix, 33 p. facsim. 25 cm. ([Acorn Club. Connecticut. Publication no. 4])

Hall, David D., ed. The Antinomian Controversy, 1636-1638: A Documentary History. 2nd ed. Durham and London: Duke UP, 1990.

Hubbard, William, 1621 or 2-1704. The present state of New-England : Being a narrative of the troubles with the Indians in New-England, from the first planting thereof in the year 1607, to this present year 1677 : but cheifly of the late troubles in the two last years 1675, and 1676. To which is added a discourse about the war with the Peqvods in the year 1637 / By W. Hubbard, minister of Ipswich. London : Printed for Tho. Parkhurst, 1677. 7 p. ., 131, [13], 88 p. fold. map. 20 cm. An abridged edition, from which several later editions were copied, was published at Boston in 1775. The map has inscription: A map of New-England, being the first that ever was here cut, and done by the best pattern that could be had. This copy has what is considered the correct map for this edition, the mound immediately beneath the title being designated as "The Wine Hills," the Boston edition having the proper designation "The White Hills." Collation: License (original, dated Boston, March, 29, 1677, followed by English license, dated June 27, 1677): 1 .; title: 1 .; dedicatory epistle advertisement, and poetical addresses: [10] p.; "A narrative [etc.]": 1-115 p.;"A supplement concerning the warr with the Pequods": 116-131 p.; "A table shewing the towns [etc.]": [7] p.; "A postscript": [6] p.; "A narrative of the troubles with the Indians in New-England, from Pascataqua to Pemmaquid": 88 p. Second edition of: A narrative of the troubles with the Indians in New-England...To which is added a discourse about the warre with the Pequods...Boston, 1677. Although differing but slightly from the first, this second edition (the only one printed in England) is the more highly prized as having received the author's last corrections.

Hubbard, William, 1621 or 2-1704. The present state of New England. Being a narrative of the troubles with the Indians, 1677. Bainbridge, New York, York Mail-Print, Inc., 1972. xxvi,(various pagings) 20cm. "Facsimile reproduction with an introduction by Cecelia Tichi..."

Kingsbury, Frederick John, 1823-1910. The Pequot fight [Hartford? : s. n ; 1985?] 16 p. ; 24 cm.. Probably a reprint of an 1895 publication. On cover: "Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Connecticut 1633-1775".

Lewis, .George W. The history of the Pequot war : and battle of Stonington ; illustrated by GeorgeW. Lewis. Bridgeport, Conn. : City Steam Printing Co., 1893. 37 [3] p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Appendix: Pay rolls of Lieut. Horatio G. Lewis. June, 1813. 1. Pequot War, 1636-1638. 2. Stonington (Conn.)--History.

Mason, John, A Brief History of the Pequot War: Especially of the memorable Taking of their Fort at Mistick in Connecticut in 1637. Boston, 1736. Mason, John, 1600-1672. A brief history of the Pequot War. With an introd. and some explanatory notes by Thomas Prince. Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1971] ix, 20 p. 23 cm. "First published 1736."

Mason, Louis Bond, 1869-1936. The life and times of Major John Mason of Connecticut, 1600-1672, New York : Putnam, 1935. 350 p., [4] leaves of plates : ill. ; 22 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 337-338) and index.

Mather, Increase, 1639-1723. A relation of the troubles which have hapne fd in New-England, by reason of the Indians there, from the year 1614 to the year 1675, New York : Arno Press, 1972. 76 p. ; 24 cm.

Orr, Charles, 1862- ed. History of the Pequot war; the contemporary accounts of Mason, Underhill, Vincent and Gardener. Reprinted from the Collections of the Massachusetts historical society, with additional notes and an introduction by Charles Orr ... Cleveland, The Helman-Taylor company, 1897. xx p., 1 l., 149 p. front. (map) 24 cm. The first three accounts have special title-pages. Contents: A brief history of the Pequot war ... by Major Iohn Mason ... Boston, 1736.--Nevves from America ... By Captaine Iohn Underhill ... London, 1638.--A trve relation of the late battell fought in New-England, between the English and the Pequet salvages ... [by Philip Vincent] London, 1638.--Leift Lion Gardener his relation of the Pe equot warres. Copy 1: Charles T. Wells Collection. Copy 2: in SpecColl.

Orr, Charles, 1862- ed. The Pequot war. New York : AMS Press, [1980] xx, 149 p. : map ; 23 cm. Title on spine: History of the Pequot war. Reprint of the 1897 ed. published by Helman-Taylor Co., Cleveland. Contents: Mason, J. Brief history of the Pequot war.--Underhill, J. Newes from America.--Vincent P. A true relation of the late Battell fought in New England.--Gardener, L. Relation of the Pequot war.

Penhallow, Samuel, 1665-1726. The history of the wars of New-England with the Eastern Indians; or, a narrative of their continued perfidy and cruelty, from the 10th of August, 1703, to the peace renewed 13th of July, 1713. And from the 25th of July, 1722, to their submission 15th December, 1725, which was ratified August 5th, 1726. Cincinnati, Reprinted ... for Wm. Dodge, wby J. Harpel, 1859. 139 p. ; 25.5 x 21 cm., includes reproduction of t.-p. of edition of 1726. Preface of original edition signed: Benjamin Colman. Some copies have appended: A history of the Pequot War ... by Lieutenant Lion Gardiner ... Cincinnati, Printed by J. Harpel, for W. Dodge, 1860 (36 p.) Inscribed on title page. Reprinted from the Boston edition of 1726, with a memoir, notes, and appendix. Title-page in red and black; title vignette.

Riggs, Sidney Noyes Arrows and snakeskin. Philadelphia, Lippincott [c1962] 192 p. illus.

Shepard, James, 1838-1926. Connecticut soldiers in the Pequot war of 1637 : with proof of service, a brief record for identification, and references to various publications in which further data may be found. Meriden, Conn. : Journal Pub. Co. 1913. 32 p. ; 23 cm.

Trumbull, Benjamin, 1735-1820. A compendium of the Indian wa jrs in New England, more particularly such as the Colony of Connecticut have been concerned and active in, New Haven, August 25th, anno 1767, Edited by Frederick Berg Hartranft. Hartford, Published for C.A. Goodwin by E.V. Mitchell, 1926. 2 p. l., 9-62 p., 1 l. front. (port.) illus. (facsim.) 26 cm. "Of this book there have been printed four hundred copies ... of which this is number 243." "Printed in September MDCCCCXXIV ..." This essay is a collection of all such authorities as were available, with an attempt at critical comparison. These sources were Increase Mather, Hubbard, Hutchinson, Callender, Mason (or Allen) Church and Prince. Reprinted from a manuscript now in the possession of Mr. Charles A. Goodwin; edited by Frederick Berg Hartranft. Cf. Foreword.

Underhill, John, d. 1672. The figure of the Indians' fort or palizado in New England : and the m aner of the destroying it by Captayne Underhill and Captayne Mason. [S.l. : s.n., 19--?] 1 broadside : ill. ; 43 x 53 cm.

Underhill, Captain John From, "Newes from America," , 1638. Photocopy. Hartford, Conn.: Connecticut State Library, 1934. Positive photostat ; 45 x 55 cm. Photostat made from a copy brought to the Connecticut State Library by Mrs. S.B. Butler.

Vaughan, Alden T., 1929- New England frontier; Puritans and Indians, 1620-1675. [1st ed.] Boston, Little, Brown [1965] xvii, 430 p. illus., facsim., map, ports. 22 cm. Bibliography: p. [401]-420.

Vincent, Philip, b. 1600. A true relation of the late battell fought in New England, between the English, and the salvages, Amsterdam : Theatrum Orbis Terrarum ; e Norwood, N.J. : W. J. Johnson, 1974. 23 p. ; 20 cm. (The English experience, its record in early printed books published in facsimile ; no. 700) "S.T.C. no. 24758." Cover title: The late battell fought in New England. Photoreprint of the 1637 ed. printed by M. P. for N. Butter and J. Bellamie, London. Caption title. "The true legends, tragedies, comedies, and histories contained in the entire forthcoming volume..." Contents: No. 1. Last night of a nation -- No. 2. Miantonimo -- No. 3. King Philip -- No. 4. The regicides -- No. 5. Chocorua in the mountains --Multifarious matters : primeval, modern and progressive.

Vincent, Philip, b. 1600. A true relation of the late battell fought in New England, between the English, and the salvages [sic] : with the present state of things there. London : Printed by M.P. for Nathanael Butter, and John Bellamie, 16 37. [4], 23, [1] p. ; 19 cm.

1638--Quinnipiac Indians Cohen, Rosalie. Hamden, land of the sleeping giant : a look at Hamden past / compiled and edited by Rosalie Cohen and Ronald Laperle. [Hamden] : R. Cohen, [1988] vii, 188 p. : ill., maps.

DeForest, John W. History of the Indians of Connecticut From the Earliest Known Period to 1850. Hartford, 1852. [New Haven Free Public Library, Local History/Stacks R970.4 D326h]

Menta, John. Cultural Conflict in Southern New England: A History of the Quinnipiac Indians. Thesis. Southern Connecticut State University, 1994. UMI No. 1376260. [New Haven Colony Historical Society Library *E78.C7 M36] Contents: Land and the people -- Quinnipiac culture and politics -- TraDe,disease and war in Connecticut : 1614-1637 -- Early Quinnipiac-English relations-- Cultural conflict in New Haven Colony : 1640-1665 -- King Philips War and theeast shore land dispute -- Quinnipiacs and the Colonial legal system -- Land sales and emigration in the eighteenth century -- Quinnipiac descendants in the nineteenth century.

Pierson, Abraham, 1608-1678. Some helps for the Indians : a catechism in the language of the Quiripi Indians of New Haven colony . Reprinted from the original edition, Cambridge, 1658. With an introduction, by J. Hammond Trumbull. From the Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, vol. III. Hartford [Conn.] : Printed by M.H. Mallory & Co., 1873. 11, 67 p. : facsim. ; 24 cm. With interlinear English translation. "One hundred copies." Printed in Hartford. HARTFORD AUTHOR. Page 4 duplicated. Includes 2 facsimile title pages.

Townshend, Charles Hervey, 1833-1903? The Quinnipiack Indians and their reservation. New Haven, Conn. [Press of Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, c1900] 79 p. illus., 12 pl., maps, facsims. 31 cm. [New Haven Free Public Library, Local History 974.6]"Prepared by request from a paper read before the New Haven Colony Historical Society and now appears in vol. VI of the Papers published by that organization."

1638----New Haven

Andrews, Charles McLean, 1863-1943. The rise and fall of the New Haven colony [New Haven] Published for the Tercentenary Commission by the Yale University Press, 1936. 56 p.

Atwater, Edward E. (Edward Elias), 1816-1887. History of the colony of New Haven to its absorption into Connecticut with supplementary history and personnel of the towns of Branford, Guilford, Milford, Stratford, Norwalk, Southold, etc. ; compiled by Robert Atwater Smith, assisted by Bessie E. Beach and Lucy M. Hewitt. Bowie, Md. : Heritage Books, 1989. 2 v. : ill., maps ; 21 cm.

Atwater, Edward, History of the Colony of New Haven, digitized at http://invictus.quinnipiac.edu/colony.html

Calder, Isabel MacBeath The New Haven colony. [Hamden, Conn.] Archon Books, 1970 [c1962] vi, 301 p. : port. ; 22 cm.

Fisk, John, The Beginnings Of New England, Cambridge, Houghton, Mifflin and Company, The Riverside Press, 1896

Kagan, Myrna, 1932- Vision in the sky : New Haven's early years, 1638-1783, Hamden, Conn. : Linnet Books, 1989. xiv, 161 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. Includes index. Bibliography: p. 153-155. Summary: Traces the history of New Haven, Connecticut from its founding when the land was purchased from the Quinnipiac Indians through the end of the Revolutionary War.

Osterweis, Rollin G. Three Centuries of New Haven, 1638-1938 , (Assistant Professor of History and Fellow of Jonathan Edwards College, Yale University). New Haven : Yale University Press: 1953. 541 p.

Shumway, Floyd New Haven : an illustrated history also edited by Richard Hegel ; pictorial research by Lucinda V. Burkepile ; sponsored by the New Haven Colony Historical Society. 1st ed. Woodland Hills, Calif. : Windsor Publications, c1981. 224 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm. Includes indexes. Bibliography: p. 218-220.

Shumway, Floyd M. (Floyd Mallory), 1917- Early New Haven and its leadership . [New York] : F. M. Shumway, 1968, c1969. xviii, 436 leaves. Photocopy of typescript. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1976. -- 21 cm. Thesis--Columbia University. Bibliography: leaves 413-436.

Sorensen, Charles William, 1941- Response to crisis, an analysis of New Haven, 1638-1665 1973. viii, 191 leaves. Abstract. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Michigan State University, 1973. Includes bibliographical references. "Bibliographical essay": leaves 182-191. Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1973. 21 cm.

Thorpe, Francis Newton (Compiled and Edited Under the Act of Congress of June 30, 1906), The Federal and State Constitutions Colonial Charters, and Other Organic Laws of the States, Territories, and Colonies Now or Heretofore Forming the United States of America, Washington, DC : Government Printing Office, 1909.

Van Beek, Elizabeth Tucker. Piety and profit : English puritans and the shaping of a godly marketplace in the New Haven colony, 1993. xi, 507 p. Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Virginia, 1993. Includes bibliographical references (p. 478-507). Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1998. 23 cm. Facsimile reprint of: Meriden, Conn. : Journal Publishing Company, 1902. "A Heritage Classic"--Cover. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

1638----John Davenport

Davenport, Amzi Benedict, 1817-1894. A Supplement to The history and genealogy of the Davenport family, in England and America, from A. D. 1086 to 1850 ... Pub. in 1851; and continued to 1876. (The author is of the twenty-fourth generation.) Stamford, Conn., Printed for the family [W. W. Gillespie & Co., Steam Printers] 1876. 432 p. illus., ports. 20 cm. Comp. and prepared from Ormerod's History of the county of Chester; collections from the Harleian mss.; State Paper Office, London; parochial and town records; local histories in England and America, etc., etc.

Davenport, John, 1597-1670. Letters of John Davenport, Puritan divine / edited by Isabel MacBeath Calder. New Haven : Published for the First Church of Christ in New Haven by Yale University Press, 1937. xi, 301 p. : port. ; 24 cm.

Davenport, Robert Ralsey, 1950- The Davenport genealogy : history and genealogy of the ancestors and descendants of the Rev. John Davenport, founder of New PHaven, Connecticut, and of Yale College [Cambridge, MA] : R.R. Davenport, c1982. iv, 332 p. ; 24 cm.

Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. Johannes in eremo : Memoirs, relating to the lives, of the ever-memorable, Mr. John Cotton, who dyed, 23d. 10m. 1652. Mr. John Norton, who dyed, 5d. 2m. 1663. Mr. John Wilson, who dyed, 7d. 6m. 1667. Mr. John Davenport, who dyed, 15d. 1m. 1670. Reverend and renowned ministers of the Gospel, all, in the more immediate service of one church, in Boston; and Mr. Thomas Hooker, who dyed, 7d. 5m. 1647. Pastor of the church at Hartford, New-England. Boston: Printed for and sold by Michael Perry, at his shop, under the west end of thetown house, 1695. 32, 80, 39, 46, 30, 45, [2] p. ; 15 cm. Each memoir has separate paging; the first four have caption titles: Cottonus redivivus. Norton honoratus. Memoria Wilsoniana. Chrysostomus Nov-Anglorum. The life of Thomas Hooker has special title-page: Piscator evangelicus or The life of Thomas Hooker ... essay'd by Cotton Mather ... [Boston] Printed in the year 1695. Advertisement [of the author's projected "Church history of New England", with "A Schaeme of the whole work"]: p. 28-32.

M'Clure, Alexander Wilson, 1808-1865. The lives of John Wilson, John Norton, and John Davenport, Boston : [Massachusetts Sabbath School Society], 1870. vi, [7]-305 p. ; 21 cm. (Lives of the chief fathers of New England ; 2) "A list of John Norton's printed works": p. 247-248; " ... List of Mr. Davenport's printed works": p. 303-305. "Written for the Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, and revised by theCommittee of publication." "Library edition, 100 copies."

1638----Theophilus Eaton Calder, Isabell MacBeath, The New Haven Colony, New Haven, CT, Yale Univ. Press, 1934 (Yale University Library, Map Collection, New Haven, Connecticut. Maps of Connecticut, 1703, 1807, 1813, 1893.)

Seymour, George Dudley, 1859-1945, comp. Memorials of Theophilus Eaton, first governor of the New Haven colony; New Haven, Conn., Priv. print., The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Company, 1938. 4 p. ., 46, [1] p. illus., pl., port. 26 cm. At head of title: New Haven tercentenary, 1638-1938.

1639----Fundamental Orders of Connecticut, John Haynes, George Fenwick

Coleman, R. V. (Roy V.), 1885- A note concerning the formulation of the fundamental orders uniting the three river towns of Connecticut, 1639. Westport, Conn., 1934. 13, [2] p. incl. facsim.

Cunningham, Charles E. John Haynes of Connecticut. An address before the Society of the Descendants of the Founders of Hartford, June 8, 1939. [S..: s.n.] 27 p. : 25 cm. Reprinted from the New England quarterly, v. 12, no. 4, Dec. 1939.

Dutcher, George M. et al. The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut. New Haven, CT, Yale University Press. 1933. One of a series published for the Tercentenary Commission of the State of Connecticut.

Hollister, G. H.; John Marshall, Connecticut Constitution. , History of the World, 1992.

Starr, Isidore, et al, Living American Documents, Harcourt, Brace & Co., Inc., ©1961

Trumbull, James Hammond, 1821-1897. *[An account of George Fenwick, founder of Saybrook, being the historical portion of an address which was to have been delivered at the re-interment of the remains of Lady Fenwick, Nov. 23, 1870] microform [Morrisania, N.Y.? : s.n., 1871?] University Microfilms International, 300 N. Zeeb Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48106 p. 151-156. Title and imprint handwritten on p. 151. Attributed to James Hammond Trumbull--NUC pre-1956 imprints. From: Historical magazine. Includes bibliographical references. Microfiche. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International. 1987 1 microfiche ; 11 x 15 cm. (Genealogy and local history ; LH3796) 1987

Welles, Edwin Stanley, 1866-1949. The origin of the fundamental orders , Welles, Newington, Conn. ; a paper read before the Connecticut Historical Society, Nov. 12, 1935. 16 p. ; 28 x 22 cm. Typescript (carbon) draft with manuscript corrections. Summary: Discusses the role of the General Court of Connecticut, Thomas Hooker and Roger Ludlow in the wording of the Fundamental orders, Connecticut's constitution of 1639.

1641--Madison, Guilford.

Osgood, H. L. The American Colonies in the Seventeenth Century, 1904-7

Smith, Ralph D. , The history of Guilford, Connecticut, from its first settlement in 1639 Albany, NY : J. Munsell, Printer 1877 219 p. Including Index . 1643--New England Confederation.

1643-- New England Confederation

Osgood, H.L., The Encyclopedia of American History 1953 (p.36), The American Colonies in the Seventeenth Century, 1904-7

Thorpe, Francis Newton, The Federal and State Constitutions Colonial Charters and Other Organic Laws of the States, Territories, and Colonies Now and Heretofore Forming the United States of America compiled and edited under the Act of Congress of June 30, 1906 by Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1909

1644--"The Phantom Ship"

O'Clery, Helen. The mystery of the phantom ship . New York : F. Watts, 1961. 218 p. : 21 cm.

1646----John Winthrop, Jr.

Black, Robert C., 1914- The younger John Winthrop, New York: Columbia University Press, 1966. 459 p.: maps, port.; 24 cm. Bibliography: p. [435]-445.

Dunn, Richard S., Puritans and Yankees: The Winthrop Dynasty of New England, 1630-1717 New York: The Norton Library, (1962; repr. 1971)

Lyman, Lila Parrish. The New London homestead of the Winthrop family ,Stonington, CT : Pequot Press ; published for the New London County Historical Society, c1957. 8p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

Mayo, Lawrence S., The Winthrop Family in America (1948)

Morgan, Edmund S., The Puritan Dilemma: The Story of John Winthrop (1958; repr. 1987).

Quinn , Arthur , A New World, New York, Berkley Books, 1994

(Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Winthrop Papers. vol. VIII, 5th Series. Boston: Published by the Society, University Press, 1882.)

(Connecticut State Library, Archives Collection, Hartford, Connecticut. Wills, pro bate records, and maps.)

(---Winthrop Papers. vol. 111, 6th Series. Boston: University Press, 1889.)

(---Winthrop Papers. vol. V, 6th Series. Boston: University Press, 1892.)

1646--New London, Ann Dudley Winthrop

Adlard, George. The Sutton-Dudleys of England and the Dudleys of Massachusetts in New England. New York: Chas. B. Richardson, 1862.

Benson, Mary Sumner. Women in Eighteenth-Century America.New York: Columbia University Press, 1935.

Caulkins, Frances Manwaring History of New London, Connecticut from the first survey of the coast in 1612, to 1860,New London, Connecticut : H. D. Utley, 1895 696 p.

Clippinger, Kathryn A. "Dutiful 'til death", the life of Ann Dudley Winthrop (1684-1776)Prize essays in early American history /published by the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Connecticut and the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Connecticut. Mystic, CT : The Author, c1995. 48 p.: 23 cm. Includes bibliographies.

Decker, Robert Owen. The New London merchants, 1645-1909 : the rise and decline of a Connecticut port 1970. vi, 354 leaves, bound : map ; 28 cm. Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Connecticut, 1970. Bibliographical footnotes. Bibliography: leaves 341-354. Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1973. 21 cm.

Hempstead, Joshua Diary of Joshua Hempstead 1711-1758 containing valuable genealogical data relatingto many New London families, references to the Colonial Wars, etc. / New London, Connecticut : The New London County Historical Society, 1901 750 p. ; Illustrated Collections of the New London County Historical Society, Vol. I

Kimball, Everett. The Public Life of Joseph Dudley: A Study of the Colonial Policy of the Stuarts in New England, 1660-1715. New York: Longmans, Greens, and Co., 1911.

Lyman, Lila Parrish. The New London homestead of the Winthrop family Stonington, CT : Pequot Press ; published for the New London County Historical Society, c1957. 8p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

(New London County Historical Society, New London, Connecticut. Manuscript Collections. Maps, letters, wills, and account books.)

Salmon, Marylynn. Women and the Law of Property in Early America. London: University of North Carolina Press, 1986.

Thompson, Roger. Women in Stuart England and America: A Comparative Study. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1974.

Ulrich, Laurel Thatcher. Good Wives: Image and Reality in the Lives of Women in Northern New England 1650-1750. New York: Oxford University Press, 1983.

----A Midwife's Tale: The Life of Martha Ballard, 1785-1812. New York: Vintage Books, 1991.

1650----Code of Laws, Roger Ludlow

Coleman, R. V. (Roy V.), 1885- Roger Ludlow in chancery. Westport, Conn., 1934. 41 p., 1 .

Coleman, R. V. (Roy V.), 1885- A note concerning the formulation of the fundamental orders uniting the three river towns of Connecticut, 1639. Westport, Conn., 1934. 13, [2] p. incl. facsim. "Of this edition 199 copies have been printed from type of which this is > number 52." U. Conn. Spec. Coll. copy is author's autograph presentation copy to Judge Tylor.

Perry, John Hoyt, 1848-1928. Roger Ludlowe : an historical sketch prepared for the Fairfield Historical Society at the observance of the two hundred and seventy fifth anniversary of the founding of the town. [Fairfield, Conn.] : Fairfield Historical Society, 1914. 22 p. ; 23 cm.

Seversmith, Herbert Furman, 1904- Colonial families of Long Island, New York and Connecticut : being the ancestry & kindred of Herbert Furman Seversmith . Washington, D.C. : H.F. Seversmith, 1939- v. <1-5 > : geneal. tables ; 29 cm. Includes index. "Twenty-five mimeographed copies, of which this is number ."--T.p., vol. 1. Incomplete Contents: v. 1. Seversmith-Smith--Ackerly-Akerly to Burrowes--v. 2.Bushnell to Fordham--v. 3. Furman to Howell--v. 4. Hulse to Ludlam--v. 5. The ancestry of Roger Ludlow.

Smith, Leroy, b. 1881. The ancestry of Roger Ludlow, Deputy-Governor of Massachusetts, 1634 : also Deputy-Governor of Connecticut, 1639-1642-1648; supplemented by the genealogical line of Leroy Smith of Great Barrington, Mass., from Roger Ludlow / Leroy Smith. Great Barrington, Mass. : L. Smith, 1951. 28 leaves ; 28 cm.

Taylor, John Metcalf, 1845-1918. Roger Ludlow, the colonial lawmaker. New York, London, G.P.Putman's sons, 1900. 3 p. ., v-ix, 166 p. front. (facsims.) 22 cm. Bibliographical notes: p. 163-166.

Welles, Edwin Stanley, 1866-1949. The origin of the fundamental orders Welles, Newington, Conn.; a paper read before the Connecticut Historical Society, Nov. 12, 1935. 16 p. ; 28 x 22 cm. Typescript (carbon) draft with manuscript corrections. Summary: Discusses the role of the General Court of Connecticut, Thomas Hooker and Roger Ludlow in the wording of the Fundamental orders, Connecticut's constitution of 1639.

(Connecticut (Colony) Laws, statutes, etc. The code of 1650, being a compilation of the earliest laws and orders of the General Court of Connecticut : also, the constitution, or civil compact, entered into and adopted by the towns of Windsor, Hartford, and Wethersfield in 1638-9 : to which is added, some extracts from the laws and judicial proceedings of New Haven colony, commonly called Blue Laws. New York : Hurst, [1826?] 120 p., 1 leaf of plates : ill. ; 15 cm. At head of title: Blue laws of Connecticut.)

1657----Iron Works

Clarke, Mary Stetson. Pioneer iron works. Illustrated by Joshua Tolford. [1st ed.] Philadelphia, Chilton [1968] 80, [1] p. illus. 25 cm. Bibliography: p. [81]

1660----Regicides John Dixwell, William Goffe, Edward Whalley

Bacon, Delia Salter, 1811-1859. Tales of the puritans. The regicides. The fair pilgrim. Castine. New-Haven, published by A. H. Maltby, 1831. 3 p. . [13]-300 p. 1 . 18.2cm. PS1054. B57 T3 1831

Caverly, Robert Boodey, 1806-1887. Battle of the bush : dramas elaborated from the startling events of the New England wars of an hundred years. Boston : R. Caverly, 1884-1885. 341 p., [28] leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm. Caption title. ÒThe true legends, tragedies, comedies, and histories contained in the entire forthcoming volume...ÓContents: No. 1. Last night of a nation -- No. 2. Miantonimo -- No. 3. King Philip -- &&No. 4. The Regisides&& -- No. 5. Chocorua in the mountains --Multifarious matters : primeval, modern and progressive.

Crandell, Myra Clarke. Molly and the regicides. Illustrated by Paul Frame. New York, Simon & Schuster 1968, 255 p. illus. 22 cm. Summary: When two of the Englishmen accused of regicide for their part in the condemnation of Charles I appear in New Haven Colony, a young tomboy finds herself able to do much to aid them in their fight. 36601000113921, 4/15/69, B&T, 2.87, recl. 1996

Dexter, Franklin Bowditch, 1842-1920. Memoranda concerning Edward Whalley and William Goffe . Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor, 1876. 32 p. With : A poem, commemorative of Goffe, Whaley & Dixwell ... [by Ezra Stiles] Boston, Samuel Hall, 1793. Ellen D. Larned Collection.

Fisk, John The Beginnings of New England, Cambridge, VHoughton, Mifflin and Company, The Riverside Press, -1896

Hough, Franklin B[enjamin] 1822-1885, ed. Plan for seizing and carrying to New-York Coll. Wm. Goffe, the regicide, as set forth in the affidavit of John London, Apr. 20, 1678. Pub. from the original ... by Franklin B. Hough, M. D. with other documents. Albany, Weed, Parsons & co., 1855. 17 p. 21 cm. Microfiche (negative) Louisville [Ky.] Lost Cause Press, 1977. 2 sheets. 11 x 15 cm.

Robbins, Chandler, 1810-1882. The regicides sheltered in New England : a lecture of a course by members of the Massachusetts Historical Society, delivered before the Lowell Institute, Feb. 5, 1869 . Boston : J. Wilson and Son, 1869. 36 p. ; 23 cm.

Sheldon, George, 1818-1916. Whalley and Goffe in New England, 1660-1680; an enquiry into the origin of the angel of Hadley legend. Springfield, Mass., Printed by H.R.Huntting & Co., 1905. xxxiv p. incl. front. (port.) 25 cm. "Reprinted from the introduction to the new edition of Judd's History of Hadley."

Sidney, Margaret, 1844-1924. The judges' cave : being a romance of the New Haven Colony in the days of the Regicides, 1661, illustrated by C.M. Relyea. Boston :Lothrop Pub. Co., c1900. 410 p. ; 20 cm. Photocopy. Cleveland, Ohio : Cleveland Public Library Preservation Office, 1996.

Stiles, Ezra, 1727-1795. A history of three of the judges of King Charles I. Major-General Whalley, Major-General Goffe, and Colonel Dixwell : who, at the restoration, 1660, fled to America; and were secreted and concealed, in Massachusetts and Connecticut, for near thirty years / With an account of Mr. Theophilus Whale, of Narragansett, supposed to have been one of the judges ... Hartford, Conn. : Printed by Elisha Babcock, 1794. 357 p., 1 . : ill., maps (some fold), port. ; 17 cm. Maps engraved by A. Doolittle.

Stiles, Ezra, 1727-1795. A poem, commemorative of Goffe, Whaley [sic], & Dixwell, three of the judges of Charles I. who, at the Restoration, took refuge and died in America. To which is prefixed, An abstract of their history. By Philagathos [i.e. E. Stiles] Boston: S. Hall, 1793. 28 p. With : Memoranda concerning Edward Whaley & William Goffe. Ellen D. Larned Collection.

Warren, I Usrael Perkins, 1814-1892. The three judges: story of the men who beheaded their king. With an introduction by Rev. Leonard Bacon, D. D. New York, Warren and Wyman [c1873] 4, v-xii, 5-303 p. front., illus., plates, ports., plan. 18 cm.

Wedgwood, Cicely Veronica, 1910- A coffin for King Charles; the trial and execution of Charles I. New York, Macmillan [1964] 307 p. illus., facsims., ports. 21 cm. London ed. (Collins) has title: The trial of Charles I. "Bibliographical note": p. 263-264. 36601000140643, 10/28/65, dir., 3.87, recl. 1997

Welles, Lemuel Aiken. The regicides in Connecticut.[New Haven] Published for the Tercentenary Commission by the Yale University Press, 1935. 31 p. (Tercentenary Commission of the state of Connecticut. Committee on Historical Publications. Publication, no. 35)

Welles, Lemuel Aiken, 1870-1953. The history of the regicides in New England. New York, Grafton Press, [1927] 139 p. port. 21 cm. (The New Grafton historical series)

1662----Charter for Connecticut.

Black, Robert C., 1914- The younger John Winthrop, New York: Columbia University Press, 1966. 459 p.: maps, port.; 24 cm. Bibliography: p. [435]-445.

Bradley, Cyrus Sherwood. The hiding of the Charters : a paper written for presentation before the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Connecticut, May 6th, 1896 ... Southport, Conn. : [C. S. Bradley], 1896. 48 p. ; 23 cm.

Dunn, Richard S. Puritans and Yankees; the Winthrop dynasty of New England, 1630-1717, 8 New York, W. W. Norton [1971, c1962] vii, 376 p. ports., map. 20 cm. (Norton library ; N597) "Bibliographical note": p. 357-359. (Connecticut. Charter of the colony of Connecticut 1662. [n.p.] Printed by the Case, Lockwood &Brainard Company, 1900. 20 p. 22 cm. )

(Tercentenary Commission of the State of Connecticut, Committee on Historical Publications. The Charter of Connecticut, 1662 New Haven, CT : Yale University Press, c1933. 22 p. ; 23 cm)

(Tercentenary Commission of the State of Connecticut. Committee on Historical Publications. Historical publications. Pamphlets 1-15. Volume I. New Haven, CT Yale University Press,. 1933. l5 pamphlets bound together : Various pagings ; 23 cm. Contents: Connecticut and the British Government/Andrews -- The Connecticut intestacy law/Andrews -- The Ch arter of Connecticut, 1662 -- Thomas Hooker/Archibald -- The Story of the war with the Pequots re-told/Bradstreet -- The Settlement of Connecticut towns/Deming -- George Washington and Connecticut in war and peace/Dutcher -- The Discoverer of anaesthesia: Dr. Horace Wells of Hartford/Ervins -- Connecticut taxation, 1750-1775/Gipson -- Boundaries of Connecticut/Hooker -- Early domestic architecture of Connecticut/Kelly -- Milford, Connecticut/Labaree -- Roads and roadmaking in Colonial Connecticut/Mitchell -- Hitchcock chairs/Moore. )

1665----Union of New Haven and Connecticut Colonies

Steiner, Bernard Christian, 1867-1926. Governor William Leete and the absorption of New Haven colonyby Connecticut, Washington : Government Printing Office, 1892. From the Annual Report of the American Historical Association of 1891.

1675-76----King Philip's War

Abbott, John Stevens Cabot, 1805-1877. History of King Philip, sovereign chief of theWampanoags. Including the early history of the settlers of New England. New York, Harper 1899. 410 p. illus.

Adams, James Truslow, 1878-1949. The founding of New England, ... Boston, The Atlantic Monthly Press [c1921] repr. 1963) xi p., 2 ., 482 p. front, maps, facsims. 23 cm. Bibliographical foot-notes.

Averill, Esther Holden. King Philip, the Indian chief; illus. by Vera Belsky. Hamden, Conn. : Linnet Books, 1993. 147 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. Originally published: New York : Harper, 1950.

Barber, Lucius Israel, 1806-1889. The burning of Simsbury : a bi-centennial address, in commemoration of that event, delivered in the Congregational Church in Simsbury, Conn. on Sabbath evening, March 26, 1876 . Hartford : Case, Lockwood & Brainard, 1876. 29 p. ; 24 cm.

Bodge, George Madison, 1841-1914. Soldiers in King Philip's war; being a critical account of that war, with a concise history of the Indian wars of New England from 1620-1677, official lists of the soldiers of Massachusetts colony serving in Philip's war, and sketches of the principal officers, copies of ancient documents and records relating to the war, also lists of the Narragansett grantees of the United colonies, Massachusetts, Plymouth and Connecticut; with an appendix. ...Leominster, Mass., Printed for the author, 1896. xiii, 502 p. 2 maps. 25 cm. Second edition. First issued in the New England historical and genealogical register, 1883-91, v. 37-45; and first published separately in 1892.

Caverly, Robert Boodey, 1806-1887. Battle of the bush : dramas elaborated from the startling events of the New England wars of an hundred years. Boston : R. Caverly, 1884-1885. 341 p., [28] leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm. Caption title. "The true legends, tragedies, comedies, and histories contained in the entireforthcoming volume..." Contents: No. 1. Last night of a nation -- No. 2. Miantonimo -- No. 3. King Philip -- No. 4. The regicides -- No. 5. Chocorua in the mountains -- Multifarious matters : primeval, modern and progressive.

Church, Benjamin, 1639-1718. Diary of King Philip's War, 1675-76 with an introd. by Alan and Mary Simpson. Tercentenary ed. Chester, Conn. : Published for the Little Compton Historical Society [by] Pequot Press, 1975. xxi, 226 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Original ed., 1716, published under title: Entertaining passages relating to Philip's war. "First edition." Includes index. Bibliography: p. 187-195.

Church, Benjamin, 1639-1718. The history of Philip's war, commonly called the great Indian war, of 1675 and 1676. Also, of the French and Indian wars at the eastward, in 1689, 1690, 1692, 1696, and 1704. 2d ed. ... Exeter, N.H., J. & B. Williams, 1829. xvi, [17]-360 p. 2 pl. (incl. front.) 17 cm. Includes reproduction of t.-p. of original edition: The entertain ing history of King Philip's war ... 2d ed. Boston, printed, 1716; Newport, reprinted, 1772. Charles T. Wells Collection. With numerous notes to explain the situation of the places of battles, the particular geography of the ravaged country, and the lives of the principal persons engaged in those wars. Also, anappendix containing an account of the treatment of the natives by the early voyagers, the settlement of N. England by the forefathers, the Pequot war, narratives of persons carried into captivity, anecdotes of the Indians, and the most important late Indian wars to the time of the Creek war. By Samuel G. Drake.

Cwiklik, Robert. King Philip and the war with the colonists; introduction by Alvin M. Josephy, Jr. ; illustrated by Robert L. Smith. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Silver Burdett Press, c1989. xii, 131, [1] : ill. ; 25 cm. (Alvin Josephy's biography series of American Indians) Bibliography: p. [132]. Summary: Examines the life and fortunes of the Wampanoag Indian leader who led an uprising against the New England colonists in the seventeenth century. 4/99 c.1

Drake, James David, 1968- King Philip's War : civil war in New England, 1675-1676 . Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, c1999. vii, 257 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm. (Native Americans of the Northeast) Includes bibliographical references (p. 203-248) and index. Contents: ch. 1. Chiefs and followers -- ch. 2. Peace -- ch. 3. Symbol of a faile d strategy -- ch. 4. Fault lines -- ch. 5. "Barbarous inhumane outrages" -- ch. 6. Victory and defeat -- ch. 7. Legacies.

Drake, James David, 1968- Severing the ties that bind them : a reconceptualization of King Philip's war. 1996. x, 378 leaves, 2 folded leaves of plates : maps ; 28 cm. Vita. Thesis (Ph. D.)--UCLA, 1996. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 353-378). Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1997. x, 378 p. : maps ; 22 cm. s 1997 miu n r

Ellis, George William, 1870- King Philip's war; based on the archives and records of Massachusetts, Plymouth, Rhode Island and Connecticut, and contemporary letters and accounts , with biographical and topographical notes, . New York, The Grafton Press [c1906] xiii, [1] p., ., 326 p. front., 23 pl., fold. map. 20 cm. (The Grafton historical series) "The narrative and references are the work of Mr. George W. Ellis, while the biographical and local notes have been supplied by Mr. John E. Morris."--

Fradin, Dennis B. King Philip : Indian leader ; illustrations by Tom Dunnington ; picture research, Judith B. Fradin. Hillside, NJ, U.S.A. : Enslow Publishers, c1990. 48 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. (Colonial profiles series) Includes index. Summary: Recounts the story of the Wampanoag Indian leader who led an uprising against the New England colonists in the seventeenth century. Graebner, William and Richards, Leonard ed.,

The American Record, Images of the Nation's Past, vol. 1, "A New and Farther Narrative of the State of New-England, July 22, 1676," p. 29, New York: McGraw Hill, 1995

. Grant, Matthew, 1601-1681. Record book, 1639-1681. 1 box (3 items) ; 39 x 26 x 6 cm. Holograph. The manuscript is brittle and the edges of some pages have broken off. It has been conserved and restored. A verbatim et literatim transcription by Albert Bates was published by the Connecticut Historical Society in 1930. The society also holds a transcription in an unknown hand certified to be a true copy by James Loomis in 1850. In 1897 Jabez Hayden added a brief description of the contents of the volume and of its provenance. The manuscript transcription is filed with the Grant record book. Summary: Church and vital records of families of Windsor, Conn., between 1639 and 1681; includes a reference to the great flood of March 1638 and of donations made to victims of King Philip's War in June 1676. A list in another hand of deaths in Ellington, Conn. between 1717 and 1740 appears on the last two pages of the volume.

Hall, John Raymond. Swansea 1675 ; [illustrations by Paul Flanigan]. Baltimore : Gateway Press ; Arlington, Va. (5733 North 27th St., Arlington 22207-1449) : Book orders to J.R. Hall, 1992. ix, 91 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 73-74).

Hall-Quest, Olga Wilbourne. Flames over New England; the story of King Philip's War, 1675-1676 . Illustrated by Christine Price. [1st ed.] New York, Dutton [1967] 224 p. illus. 21 cm.

(King Philip's War narratives. Ann Arbor [Mich.] University Microfilms [1966] 1 v. (various pagings) 29 cm. (March of America facsimile series, no. 29) Five narratives, each with reproduction of original t.p. and separate paging. Contents: The present state of New-England, with respect to the Indian war.
1676.--A continuation of the state of New-England; being a farther account of the Indian warr.
1676.--A new and further narrative of the state of New-England beinga continued account of the bloody Indian war.
1676.--A true account of the most considerable occurrences that have hapned in the warre between the English and the Indians in New-England.
1676.--The war in New-England visibly ended. 1677.)

Leach, Douglas Edward, 1920- Flintlock and tomahawk; New England in King Philip's War. New York, Macmillan, 1958. x, 304 p. ports., maps. 22 cm. Bibliography: p. 271-290.

Lepore, Jill The Name of War : King Philip's War and the Origins of American Identity 1978 King Philip's War erupted in Massachusetts in 1675. When it ended in 1678, vast numbers of homes and entire villages, both English and Native American, had been burned. In proportion, the loss of life was greater than in the Civil War. Both sides participated in the war with barbarity, slaughtering women and children and inflicting hideous torture upon captives. Lepore has conveyed the horror and stark brutality of the war in eloquent prose.

Lincoln, Charles Henry, 1869-1938, ed. Narratives of the Indian wars, 1675-1699. New York, Barnes & Noble [1959, c1913] viii, 312 p.

Mather,Increase A History of King Philip's War, p. 31 in William Graebner and Leonard Richards, ed., The American Record, Images of the Nation1s Past, vol. 1 (New York: McGraw Hill, 1995).)

Penhallow, Samuel, 1665-1726. The history of the wars of New-England with the Eastern Indians; or, a narrative of their continued perfidy and cruelty, from the 10th of August, 1703, to the peace renewed 13th of July, 1713. And from the 25th of July, 1722, to their submission 15th December, 1725, which was ratified August 5th, 1726. ... Cincinnati, Reprinted ... for Wm. Dodge, by J. Harpel, 1859. 139 p. ; 25.5 x 21 cm. Includes reproduction of t.-p. of e dition of 1726. Preface of original edition signed: Benjamin Colman. Some copies have appended: A history of the Pequot War ... by Lieutenant Lion Gardiner ... Cincinnati, Printed by J. Harpel, for W. Dodge, 1860 (36 p.) Inscribed on title page. Reprinted from the Boston edition of 1726, with a memoir, notes, and appendix. Title-page in red and black; title vignette.

Rich, Louise Dickinson, 1903- King Philip's war, 1675-76; the New England Indians fight the colonists. Illustrated with photos. New York, Watts, 1972. 64 p. illus. 23 cm. (A Focus book) Bibliography: p. 61. Summary: Describes the causes, events, and outcome of the war waged against the English settlers by the Wampanoag Indians in the seventeenth century.

Robinson, Charles Turek, 1962- Native New England : the long journey ; illustrated by B. Turek Robinson. North Attleborough, Mass. : Covered Bridge Press, c. 1996. vii, 120 p. : ill. ; 22 x 28 Includes bibliography: p. 111-112.

Roman, Joseph. King Philip, Wampanoag rebel ; senior consulting editor, W. David Baird. New York : Chelsea House Publishers, c1992. 111 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm. (North American Indians of achievement) Includes bibliographical references (p. 108) and index. Summary: Examines the life and career of the seventeenth-century Wampanoag Indian chief.

Schultz, Eric B. and Tougias, Michael J. King Philip's War, Woodstock, VT, The Countryman Press, 1999

Sharpe, Henry Dexter The petition of Abigail Lay : relict of John Lay, of Lyme, to the General court of Connecticut, to which are added other documents relating to King Philip's War. Issued at the General court of the Society of Colonial Wars in the state of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, by its governor, and the Council of the Society, December 30, 1920. Providence : Printed for the Society by the Standard Printing Co., [1920] 37 p. ; 24 cm.

Travers, Milton A The last of the great Wampanoag Indian Sachems; a factual story of the last days of King Philip's War, 1676. Drawings by Norris C. Tripp. Photos by the author. Boston, Christopher Pub. House [1963] 93 p. illus. 21 cm.

Wackerbarth, Doris H. The guardians : pioneering in the Connecticut Valley, Winchester Center, Conn. : The Country Squire, 1980. viii, 278 p. : ill., map ; 23 cm. 2d printing, 1981. Illustrations by Vaughn W. Banks. "Authorities", p. 278. Bibliography: p. 278. Author's autographed presentation copy.

Webb, Stephen Saunders, 1937- 1676, the end of American independence . 1st Syracuse University Press ed. Syracuse, N.Y. : Syacuse University Press, 1995. xxx, 440 p., [16] p. of plates : ill., maps ; 24 cm. Originally published: New York : Knopf, 1984. Includes bibliographical references and index.

1687----Andros, Charter Oak

Andrews, Charles McLean, 1863-1943. Narratives of the insurrections, 1675-1690. New York, Barnes and Noble, [1952, c1943] ix, 414 p. 22 cm.

Bates, Albert Carlos, 1865-1954. Expedition of Sir Edmond Andros to Connecticut in 1687, Worcester, Mass., American Antiquarian Society, 1939. 26 p. 25 cm. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Amerian Antiquarian Society

Bloom, Jeanne G., 1932- Sir Edmund Andros, a study in seventeenth century colonial administration . [Ann Arbor, University Microfilms, 1970] xviii, 333 . port. Thesis--Yale University, 1962. "Bibliographical note": . [326]-333.

Brodhead, John Romeyn, 1814-1873. The government of Sir Edmund Andros over New England, in 1688 and 1689. Read before the New York Historical Society, on Tuesday evening, 4th December, 1866. Morrisania, N.Y. [Bradstreet Press] 1867. 2 p. l., 40 p. 24 cm.

Byfield, Nathanael, 1653-1733. An account of the late revolution in New England. New York, Reprinted for J. Sabin, 1865. 3 p. l., [5]-26 p., 1 l. 22 x 18 cm. (Sabin's reprints, quarto series. I) Includes facsimile of t.-p. of original edition, London, 1689. "Edition, 250 copies, of which 50 are on large paper."--Sabin, Bibl. amer., v.3,no.9709. "The declaration of the gentlemen, merchants and inhabitants of Boston, and the country adjacent, April 18, 1689": p. [11]-[27] Imperfect: half-title wanting.

Carlton, Henry Fisk. The tree that saved Connecticut; edited by Claire T. Zyve... New York City, Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University c1932] 1 p. ., 33 p. 23 cm.

Christoph, Peter R. and Florence A. The Andros papers : files of the provincial secretary of New York during the administration of Governor Sir Edmund Andros, 1674-1680 with translations from the Dutch by Charles T. Gehring. 1st ed. Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press, 1989 <1991> <3> v. : ill. ; 24 cm. (The New York historical manuscripts series; <v.24-29>) Includes bibliographies and indexes. Contents: [1] 1674-1676 -- [2] 1677-1678 -- [3] 1679-1680.

Collins, A. The Charter oak : its history--its fall, August 21, 1856... Hartford, Conn. , 1856. 12 p. : ill. ; 18 cm. Engraving of Charter oak by Willia m H. Dodd on wrpr. and p. 1 of text. Printed by Case, Tiffany & Co., Hartford, Conn. Cover title. Compilation of articles and poems on the old Charter oak. Includes poem by Lydia Sigourney.

Fletcher, William Isaac, 1844-1917. The story of the Charter Oak to accompany the picture by Charles D'Wolf Brownell, compiled under the direction of the late Marshall Jewell. Hartford, Conn. : Case, Lockwood & Brainard, 1883. 57 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. ; 21 cm. Two blank leaves between p. 54 and p. 55.

Moquin, Elizabeth S. The story of the Charter Oak of Hartford illustrations by Clarence Hansen. Hartford, Conn. : Albert Lepper Printing Co., 1945. 15 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

Shaw, Ernest R. Story and legend of the Charter Oak tree, Hartford, Connecticut / 1st ed. Farmington, Conn. : Heritage Trails, c1996. 36 p. : ill., maps, ports. ; 22 cm. Cover title. "A Japonica publication"--T.p. verso.

Simkin, Colin. The story of the Charter Oak ; illustrated by Morton C. Hansen. Hartford, Conn. : Charter Oak Fire Insurance Co., 1938. 27 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. "This copy is one of a small edition privately printed for the Charter Oak Fire Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut."

Stoughton, William, 1632-1701. A narrative of the proceedings of Sir Edmond Androsse and his complices, who acted by an illegal and arbitrary commission from the late K. James, during his government in New England/ By several gentlemen who were of his Council. [Boston] Printed in the year 1691. 12 p. ; 19 cm. Page 12 dated and signed: Boston in New England, Jan. 27. 1690. William Stoughton, Thomas Hinckley, Wart. Winthrop, Barthol. Gedney, Samuel Shrimpton. Attributed by Sibley to William Stoughton. It has also been ascribed to Increase Mather. It has been reprinted in "The revolution in New-England justified"; by the Prince Society in the Andros Tracts and by Peter Force in his Tracts.--Evans 572. Church 723. Sabin 92350. Signatures: [A]p4s, Bp2s. 5 "To the reader" dated: B.N.E. Feb. 4. 1690/1. With: The Revolution in New England justified, and the people there vindicated...Whitmore, W. H. The Andros tracts : being a collection of pamphlets and official papers issued during the period between the overthrow of the Andros government and the establishment of the second charter of Massachusetts. Reprinted from the originaleditions and manuscripts. With notes ... / by . Boston : The PrinceSociety, 1868-74. 3 v. : ill. ; 22 x 17 cm.

Whitmore, William Henry, 1836-1900. A memoir of Sir Edmund Andros, knt., governor of New England, New York and Virginia, &c., &c. ... .. Boston, Printed by T.R.Marvin & Son, 1868. 49 p., 1 l. front. (port.) 29 cm. Reprinted from the "Andros tracts", published by the Prince Society of Boston, N.E.

1689----Connecticut resumes government under charter; French and Indian War begins.

Anderson, Fred The Seven Years' War and the Fate of Empire in British North America, 1754-1766; with Illustrations from the William L. Clements Library. 1st ed. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, c2000. xxv, 862 p.: ill., maps; 25 cm

Andrews, Frank D. Connecticut soldiers in the French and Indian war : bills, receipts and documents printed from the original manuscripts . Vineland, N.J. : Priv. Print., 1925. 41 p. ; 24 cm. "Fifty-seven copies only. Number 20." Bates, Albert C. Rolls of Connecticut men in the French and Indian War, 1755-1762 Bowie, Md. : Heritage Books, 1993-1994. 2 v. ; 21 cm. Facsimile reprint. Originally published: Hartford : Connecticut Historical Society, 1903-1905. Includes indexes. Contents: v. 1. 1755-1757 -- v. 2. 1758-1Chidsey, Donald Barr, 1902- The French and Indian War; an informal history. New York, Crown [1969] 176 p. illus. 22 cm. Bibliography: p. 164-172.

Bird, Harrison, Battle for a Continent (1965) New York, Oxford University Press, 1965. ix, 376 p. illus., maps, plans, ports. 22 cm. "A note on source material": p. 366-367.

Buckingham, Thomas, 1671-1731. Roll and journal of Connecticut service in Queen Anne's war, 1710-1711; ed. for the Acorn club ... [New Haven, The Tuttle, Morehouse & T aylor press] 1916. 3 p.l., 62 p. facsims. (incl. front.) 25 cm. Publication / Acorn club of Connecticut ; no. 13) "The reprint here given is not from the original ms., which is hopelessly lost, but from a pamphlet print of 1825," with title: The private journals kept by Rev. John Buckingham of the expedition against Canada, in the years 1710 & 1711. From the original manuscripts. New York: Wilder & Campbell. 1825. Contents: Introduction.--A diary of the naval expedition against Port Royal, in the year 1710.--A diary of the land expedition against CrownPoint in the year 1711.--A roll of Col. William Whiting his company during its being at Annapolis Royall, in Her Magisties service from the10th. of October 1710, to the 10th. of October 1711.--An account of pay due to Col. Whitings company whilst in Her Magisties service at Annapolis Royall, and of payments made to them; from the 10th. of October 1710. to the 10th. of Octob er 1711. "One hundred and two copies printed. no. 99." CSL copy 2: no. 97.

Clark, David Sanders. Index to maps of the French and Indian War in books and periodicals : illustrating the background of the conflict, British and French military operations in North America, the Cherokee War, the Havana Campaign and post-war boundaries . Fayetteville, N.C. :D.S. Clark, 1974. x, 118 p. ; 29 cm. Reeder, Red, 1902- The French and Indian War, Maps by Edward J. Krasnoborski. [1st ed.] Nashville, T. Nelson [1972] 201 p. illus. 21 cm. Bibliography: p. 187-194. Summary: Recounts the events of the conflict that determined which European power would possess the North American continent.

(Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, Vol. IX, Hartford, CT : Published by the Society 1903 354 p. Including Index Rolls of Connecticut men in the French and Indian War, 1755-1762.)

(Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, Vol. X Hartford, CT : Published by the Society 1905 472 p. Including Index Rolls of Connecticut men in the French and Indian War, 1755-1762. This volume is for years 1758-1762; appendixes 1755-1764.)
Clark, David Sanders. Journals and orderly books kept by Connecticut soldiers during the French and Indian war, 1755-1762 /Hartford, Conn. : s.n., 1940. p. 225-230 ; 23 cm. Extracted from [Connecticut Historical Society. Bulletin, v. 6] Arranged chronologically. 762.

Connell, Brian The Savage Years New York, Harper [1959] 288 p. illus. 22 cm. London ed. (Hodder and Stoughton) has title: The plains of Abraham. Includes bibliography.

Drake, Samuel Adams, 1833-1905. The border wars of New England : commonly called King William's and Queen Anne's wars /Williamstown, Mass. :Corner House Publishers, 1973, c1897. xiii, 305 p. :ill. ; 22 cm. Reprint. Originally published: New York : Scribner, 1910. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Fregault, Guy, Canada: The War of the Conquest, (1955, tr. 1969).Translated by Margaret M. Cameron. Toronto, Oxford University Press, 1969. xii, 427 p. maps. 24 cm. Translation of La guerre de la conqute. Bibliography: p. 400-414.

Gipson, L. H. The British Empire before the American Revolution, Vol. IV-VIII (with individual titles, 1939-53)

Gipson, Lawrence Henry, 1880- The British Empire before the American Revolution. Caldwell, Id., The Caxton Printers, 1936-70. 15 v. maps (part fold.) 24 cm. Vols. 4-15 have imprint: New York, A. A. Knopf. --v. 14. A bibliographical guide to the history of the British Empire, 1748-1776.--v. 15. A guide to manuscripts relating to the history of the British Empire, 1748-1776. Includes bibliographies. Contents: Provincial characteristics and sectional tendencies in the era preceding the American crisis: 1. Great Britain and Ireland. 2. The southern plantations. 3. The northern plantations.--Zones of international friction: 4. North America, south of the Great Lakes region, 1748-1754. 5. The Great Lakes frontier, Canada, the West Indies, India, 1748-1754.--The Great War for the Empire: 6. The years of defeat, 1754-1757. 7. The victorious years, 1758-1760. 8. The culmination, 1760-1763.--The triumphant empire. 9. New responsibilities within the enlarged empire, 1763-1766.--10. The triumphant empire: thunder-clouds gather in the west, 1763-1766.--11. The rumbling of the coming storm, 1766-1770.--12. Britain sails into the storm, 1770-1779--13. The triumphant empire: the empire beyond the storm, 1770-1776; a summary of the series; historiography.

Hamilton, Edward Pierce. The French and Indian Wars; the story of battles and forts in the wilderness. [1st ed.] Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1962. xii, 318 p. illus., maps (part col.) 24 cm.

Parkman, Francis, 1823-1893. A half-century of conflict. With a new introd. by Samuel Eliot Morison. New York, Collier Books [1962] 478 p. 18 cm.

Parkman, Francis, 1823-1893. Montcalm and Wolfe. 5th ed. Boston, Little, Brown and company, 1885. 2 v. fronts. (ports.) maps (part fold.) 2 plans 22 cm.

Parkman, Francis, 1823-1893. Montcalm and Wolfe France and England in North America, part seventh ... Boston, Little, Brown, and Company, 1903. 2 v. pl., ports. (incl. fronts.) maps, plans. 22 cm. (Francis Parkman's works. New library ed. vols. VIII-IX)

Parkman, Francis, 1823-1893. The Seven Years War; a narrative taken from Montcalm and Wolfe, The conspiracy of Pontiac, and A half-century of conflict. Edited with an introd. by John H. McCallum. [1st ed.] New York, Harper & Row [1968] xviii, 313, 12 p. maps. 21 cm.

Putnam, Hamilton Staples, 1910- Country on fire : Israel Putnam and the colonial struggle for survival, 1755-1765 1st ed. Concord, N.H. : H. S. Putnam,[1974] xxi, 210 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

Smith, Fredrika Shumway. Old Put; the story of Major General Israel Putnam. [Chicago] Rand McNally [1967] 296 p. illus., facsim., map, ports. 22 cm.

Wood, William Charles Henry, 1864-1947. The passing of New France; a chronicle of Montcalm, Toronto, Glasgow, Brook & company, 1922. 149 p. illus. 19 cm.

Wrong, George McKinnon, 1860-1948. The conquest of new France : a chronicle of the colonial wars / Toronto : Glasgow, Brook ; New York : U.S. Publishers Association, 1974. vii, 246 p. ; 18 cm. Includes index. Reprint of the 1918 ed. published by Yale University Press, New Haven, which was issued as v. 10 of The Chronicles of America series. Bibliography: p. 239-240.

1698----Fitz-John Winthrop elected Governor of Connecticut, Colchester settled

Burpee, Charlie. The Story of Connecticut, 1939

Dwight, Theodore. Jr., Colchester History of Connecticut by 1872

Paulsen, Ruth Wright. History of the Town of Colchester/ Bicentennial ed. {s.l.:s.n.], 1963 (Burlington, VT: Queen City Printers, 265 p. : mapls: 24 cm. Cover title: Colchester, Vermont from ice-cap to interstate. Spine Title: Colchester, Vermont, 1763-1963

Taintor, Charles. Some records of Colchester, Connecticut, 1686-1787 : with some transcripts from the recording of Micaiell Taintor of Brainford, CT Camden, Maine : Picton Press 1997 171p Soft cover

Taintor, Charles M. Extracts from the Records of Colchester, with some transcripts of the recording of Micaiell Taintor. Hartford, Connecticut: Press of Case, Lockwood and Co, 1864 156p. : 18cm. The main part of the book is the recording of Micaiell Taintor (1701-1731) including vital records (p. 82-112), Proprietor's Records (p. 116-144) and extracts from the Watrous copy of the first book of town records (p. 144-146), Specimens of the recording of Micaiell Taintor "of Brainford" 1667-1670. with the "New Plantation and church covenant": p. 147-152. Appendix: Lists of polls for 1787, for the first society, the parish of Westchester, the Parish of New Salem and the Marlborough Society.

(The Winthrop papers. Boston : The Massachusetts Historical Society, 1863-1892. 6 v., [47] leaves of plates : ill. ; 25 cm.) ; ser. 4, v. 6, 7; ser. 5, v. 1, 8; ser. 6, v. 3, 5 [whole vols. 36-37, 41, 48, 53, 55]) Consists of the manuscripts of Adam Winthrop, John Winthrop, John Winthrop, jr., Fitz-John Winthrop and Wait Still Winthrop. Includes facsimiles of signatures and seals. Includes index.

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