Looking to do more research on your own?
Below you will find a list of the sources I have used throughout this blog. This will also provide you with more detail for the sources I have cited, and, if possible, links to these sources. Please feel free to email me, or comment if you have additional sources which may be relevant to our stories. This reference list is not in alphabetical order, but in the order of use.
- Pris. (24 Oct. 2007). Daniel Greathouse cabin. Arkansasties. Retrieved 26 Jun 2014 from http://www.arkansasties.com/WhatsNew/2007/10/daniel-greathouse-cabin/.
- Payne, D. (2005). Narratives of pioneer life and border warfare personal recollections, memoirs and reminiscences of indian campaigns, captivities and pioneer life on the eastern frontier, Vol. II. Missouri: Technical Communication Services, Published by the Author.
- Doddridge, J. (1824). Notes on the settlement and Indian Wars of the western parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania from 1763 to 1783. Pittsburgh, PA: Ritenour & Lindsey.
Calomiris, Charles W.; Schweikart, Larry (1991). “The Panic of 1857: Origins, Transmission, and Containment”. Journal of Economic History 51 (4): 807–834
Glasner, David, ed. Business Cycles and Depressions: An Encyclopedia 1997.
Huston, James L. (1987). The Panic of 1857 and The Coming of the Civil War. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press
Huston, James L. ” Agricultural History 57, no. 1 (1983): 14–32
Kelly, Morgan and Cormac Ó Gráda. “Market Contagion: Evidence from the Panics of 1854 and 1857,” American Economic Review (2000) 90#5 pp. 1110–1124
Rezneck, Samuel. Business Depressions and Financial Panics (Greenwood 1968).
Stampp, Kenneth (1990). America in 1857: A Nation on the Brink. New York: Oxford University Press
Klein, Philip Shriver, A History of Pennsylvania. Penn State University Press, 1980
U.S. War Department, The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 70 volumes in 4 series. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1880-1901
Subsistence-Barter-and-Borrow Systems:An Approach to West Virginia’s Economic HistoryBy Paul SalstromVolume 51 (1992), pp. 45-54
- (A copyrighted publication of West Virginia Archives and History). “Women’s Work, Never Done”: West Virginia Farm Women, 1880s-1920s By Shirley C. Eagan Volume 49 (1990), pp. 21-36
- Madison, Wis., Ruger & Stoner . Bird’s eye view of the city of Wheeling, West Virginia 1870. Retrieved from http://www.loc.gov/item/73694532/
- The Hur Herald. http://www.hurherald.com
- 1st New Jersey Regiment – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia files. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1st_New_Jersey_Regiment.
- Library of Congress. Washington describes the Battle at Brandywine Creek, September 11, 1777. Retrieved from http://www.loc.gov/teachers/classroommaterials/presentationsandactivities/presentations/timeline/amrev/turning/brandy.html.
- Valis, G. (2007). The militia of New Jersey during the Revolution. Retrieved from http://www.doublegv.com/ggv/militia.html.
- UShistor.org. (n.d.). History of the Battle of Brandywine. Retrieved from http://www.ushistory.org/Brandywine/index.htm.
- Gabriel, M. P. (n.d.). Battle of Germantown (October 4, 1777). Retrieved from http://www.mountvernon.org/educational-resources/encyclopedia/battle-germantown.
- HistoryChannel.com. Battle of Germantown. Retrieved from http://www.history.com/topics/american-revolution/battle-of-germantown.
- New Jersey State Library. New Jersey in the American Revolution. Retrieved from http://slic.njstatelib.org/slic_files/imported/NJ_Information/Digital_Collections/Revolution/Chrono.pdf.
- Kunchick, F. (Transcriber). New Jersey as a colony and as a state one of the original thirteen By Francis Bazley Lee Associate Board of Editiors William S. Stryker, LL.D.: William Nelson, A.M. Garret D. W. Vroom: Ernest C. Richardson, PH.D. Volume Two, New York MDCCCCII: The Publishing Society of New Jersey.
RootsWeb. (2000). Col. Robert Overton, Harris ancestor. Retrieved from http://www.ancestry.com
Patrick Hamilton Baskervill. (1921). Andrew Meade Of Ireland And Virginia; His Ancestors, And Some Of His Descendants And Their Connections, Including Sketches Of The Following Families – Meade, Everard, Hardaway, Segar, Pettus, And Overton. Richmond, VA: Old Dominion Press, Inc.
Wikipedia. Robert Overton. Retrieved from http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Overton.
Hylbom Family Ancestry Project. (2013). Robert Overton (1609-78). Retrieved from http://hylbom.com/family/2013/02/22/robert-overton-1609-78-a-general-in-oliver-cromwells-army-and-later-a-political-prisoner-and-exile/.
The Fairfax Battalia. Sir Robert Overton: Historical account written by Geoffe Frowde. Retrieved from http://learn.fairfax.org.uk/index.php?title=Sir_Robert_Overton.
BCW Project. Robert Overton. Retrieved from http://bcw-project.org/biography/robert-overton.
Genealogical-Gleanings.com. Robert Overton. Retrieved from http://genealogical-gleanings.com/overton-robert.htm.
British History Online. Misc. Retrieved from http://www.british-history.ac.uk/subject.aspx?subject=4.
The Lord and Lady Blog.
Abraham Martin bn 1589. Retrieved from http://www.ancestry.com.
Wikipedia. Plains of Abraham. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plains_of_Abraham.
Champlain, S. Champlain’s Dream pg. 468-9.
Dictionary of Canadian Biography.
MARTIN, ABRAHAM (dit “l’Écossais” or “Maître Abraham”), pilot; b. 1589 in France; d. 8 Sept. 1664 at Quebec.
Collection de manuscrits relatifs à la Nouv.-France, I, 61. JR (Thwaites). R-B. Casgrain, “La fontaine d’Abraham Martin et le site de son habitation,” RSCT, 2d ser., IX (1903), sect.i, 145–55.
LeMoine, The Scot in New France, an ethnological study (Montreal, 1881).
É.-Z. Massicotte, “Au sujet d’Anne Martin,” BRH, XXVIII (1922), 116–17.
Roy, La ville de Québec, I, II. Tanguay, Dictionnaire.
Henry B. M. Best, “MARTIN, ABRAHAM,” in Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. 1, University of Toronto/Université Laval, 2003–, accessed August 3, 2013, http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/martin_abraham_1E.html.
Chevalier de Levi. Personal journal. Retrieved from http://www.ancestry.com.
1681 census at the Quebec Seminary, priest 14-03-1671, chanter and musician, chanter of the 1st chapter-house of Quebec 06-11-1684 [DBC II 480].
Jetté. Dictionnaire genealogique des familles du Quebec. Retrieved from http://www.ancestry.com.
Trudel, M. Les émigrants 1602-1662. Retrieved from http://www.ancestry.com.
Belanger, R. E. Metis connections in New France. Retrieved from http://newfrancemetis.blogspot.ca.
Chronicles of America. Daily Life in New France. Retrieved from http://www.chroniclesofamerica.com/french/daily_life_in_new_france.htm.
Virtual Museum of New France. Population immigration. Retrieved from http://www.historymuseum.ca/virtual-museum-of-new-france/population/immigration/.
New France New Horizons. Misc. Retrieved from http://www.archivescanadafrance.org.
As Canadian As Can Be. Abraham Martin dit L’Ecossias. Retrieved from https://hoguegirardin.wordpress.com/.