I wanted to publish a list of on-going sources I have used in my research. I know I’m probably missing a lot (namely the random things I look up and then forget to mark the site url down), but here are some:

1. Forgotten Allies by Joseph T. Glatthaar and James Kirby Martin
2. Places of the American Revolution: A Historical Guidebook by Frances H Kennedy
3. Pennsylvania in the war of the revolution: battalions and line, 1775-1783 by John Blair Linn; William Henry Egle; Joseph McClellan (
4. The Divided Ground: Indians, Settlers, and the Northern Borderland of the American Revolution by Alan Taylor
5. The Iroquois in the American Revolution by Barbara Graymont
6. Tom Porter videos on Oneida culture;
7. Samuel Kirkland’s Mission to the Oneidas by James Gregory Mitrano
8. Oneida Iroquois: Folklore, Myth, and History New York Oral Narrative from the Notes of H. E. Allen and Others (The Iroquois and Their Neighbors) by Wonderley, Anthony
9. Battle of Oriskany and General Nicholas Herkimer, The Revolution in the Mohawk Valley by Paul A. Boehlert
10. Revolutionary Mothers: Women in the Struggle for America’s Independence by Carol Berkin
11. The Journals of Samuel Kirkland by Samuel Kirkland & edited by Walter Pilkington
12. Oneida Language:
13. Oneida Language:
14. Oneida Language:
15. Oneida Language:
16. Oneida Language:
17. No Need to be Ashamed of the Plain Language by Kenneth S. P. Morse
28. The Remonstrance of the Subscribers, Citizens of Philadelphia, September 5, 1777 (
29. The Other Side of the American Revolution: A Look at the Treatment of Philadelphia Quakers during the Revolutionary War by Sheila Jones (

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