Charles Lathrop Parson’s Bibliography of Sources
Besides the references given in the text, articles of more or less value bearing on the capture of Fort William and Mary are quite numerous. They are generally more popular in character than historic. The following will serve, for reference:
McClintock’s History of New Hampshire, p. 298.
Barstow’s History of New Hampshire, p. 231.
History of Nottingham, N.H., p. 120.
History of Rockingham and Strafford Co., N.H., p. 805.
Pickering Genealogy, by, Eddy Sup., p. 4.
Adams’ Annals of Portsmouth, N.H.
New England Historic and Genealogical Register, XXIII, p. 337; XXIV, p. 224; XXXII, p. 34.
Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings, XIV, p. 450.
Amory’s Life of General Sullivan, p. 295.
N.H. Revolutionarv Rolls, Vol. I, p. 3.
Judge Ebenezer Thompson, by M.P. Thompson, p. 25.
Magazine of New England History, III, p. 200.
American Irish Historical Society, Vol. I, p. 34.
Several articles in the Portsmouth, N.H. Journal and Dover, N.H. Republican, bv Miss Marv P. Thompson, and Dr. Alonzo H. Quint from September, 1886, to February, 1887.
New Castle, Historical and Picturesque, p. 22.
New York American Monthly Magazine, November, 1892.
Granite Monthly, article by Dr. A.H. Quint, Vol. 1, p. 190.
Granite Monthly, article bv Geo. W. Nesmith, Vol. 1, p. 325.
Granite Monthly, article by M.G. Colby, Vol. V, p. 22.
Proceedings N.H. Sons American Revolution, 1889-1897, p. 78.
Exeter, N.H. Gazette, Sept. 17, 1886.
Address Exeter, N.H., Quarter Millenial, 1888, by Hon. Charles H. Bell.
Harper’s Magazine, July, 1886.
New York Times, July, 1886, by. M.P. Thompson.
Springfield, Mass. Homestead, August 14, 1886.
Dover, N.H., Enquirer, Sept. 17, 1886.
Portsmouth, N.H., Daily Penny Post, Dec. 17, 1886.
Concord, N.H., Independent Statesman, Nov. 17, 1887.
Concord, N.H., People and Patriot, Feb. 23, 1888.
Manchester Union, December, 1898.
Dedication of Sullivan Monument at Durham, N.H., 1896, pp. 9, 13, 17, 18, 27, 28, 73, 100, and 107.
Spark’s Life of Sullivan.
Botta’s History of the United States.
Bryant’s History of the United States.
Bancroft’s History of the United States.
The First Parish in Dover, N.H., by Rev. A.H. Quint, D.D., p. 27.
The 100th Anniversary of National Independence, l876, by Rev. A.H. Ouint, p. 35.
General Sullivan not a Pensioner of Lucerne, 1874, p. 4.
General Sullivan not a Pensioner of Lucerne, 1875, p. 6.
Wentworth Genealogy, Vol. I, p. 539.