CHAPTER III. CAUSES OF THE REVOLUTION (1763-1765.)

21. REFERENCES.

BIBLIOGRAPHIES. - Justin Winsor, Handbook of the Revolution, 1-25, and Narrative and Critical History, VI. 62-112; W. E. Foster, Monthly Reference Lists, No. 79; Channing and Hart, Guide, secs. 134-136.

HISTORICAL MAPS. - No. 2, this volume (Epoch Maps, No. 5); Labberton, Historical Atlas, lxiv.; Gardiner, School Atlas, No. 46; Francis Parkman, Pontiac, frontispiece; Putzger, Atlas, No. 21; B. A. Hinsdale, Old Northwest, I. 68 (reprinted from MacCoun, Historical Geography).

GENERAL ACCOUNTS. - R. Frothingham, Rise of the Republic, 158-401; E. Channing, United States, 1765-1865, ch. ii.; Geo. Bancroft, United States (original ed.) V., VII, chs. i-xxvi. (last revision III., IV. chs. i-viii.); W. E. H. Lecky, England in the Eighteenth Century, III. ch. xii.; R. Hildreth, United States, II. 514-577; III. 25-56; G. T. Curtis, Constitutional History, I. i.; J. M. Ludlow, War of Independence, ch. iii.; Abiel Holmes, Annals of America, II. 124-198; Bryant and Gay, United States, III. 329-376; Justin Winsor, Narrative and Critical History, VI. ch. i.; T. Pitkin, United States, I. 155-281; H, C. Lodge, Colonies, ch. xxiii.; J. R. Green, English People, IV., 218-234; W. M. Sloane, French War and Revolution, chs. x.-xiv.; Adolphus, England, II. 134-332 passim; Grahame,United States, IV. book xi. Biographies of John Adams, Samuel Adams, Otis, Dickinson, Hutchinson, Franklin, and Washington.

SPECIAL HISTORIES. - W. B. Weeden, Economic and Special History of New England, II. chs. xviii., xix.; Wm. Tudor, Life of James Otis; J. K. Hosmer, Samuel Adams, 21-312; J. T. Morse,Benjamin Franklin, 99-201; M. C. Tyler, Literature of the Revolution, I., and Patrick Henry, 32-147; H. C. Lodge, George Washington, I. ch. iv.

CONTEMPORARY ACCOUNTS. - Works of Washington, Franklin, Patrick Henry, and John Adams; James Otis, Rights of the British Colonies asserted and proved: Examination of Franklin (Franklin,Works, IV. 161-195); W. B. Donne, Correspondence of George III. with Lord North [1768-1783]; John Dickinson, Farmer's Letters; Jonathan Trumbull, McFingal (epic poem); Mercy Warren, History of the American Revolution; Thomas Hutchinson, History of Massachusetts, III., and Diary and Letters; Joseph Galloway, Candid Examination; Stephen Hopkins, Rights of the Colonies Examined. - Reprints in Library of American Literature, III.; Old South Leaflets; American History told by Contemporaries, II.

22. THE CONDITION OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE (1763).

[England's greatness.]