ABBREVIATIONS

And Methods of Transcription
AA4 Peter Force (ed.), American Archives, 4th series., 6 vols., March 7, 1774,
AA5 to Aug. 21, 1776, and 5th series, 3 vols., May 3, 1776, to Dec. 31,
1776 ( Washington, D.C., 1837-53),
AAS American Antiquarian Society
AHR American Historical Review
APS American Philosophical Society
BL British Library
BPL Boston Public Library
CAM Concord Antiquarian Museum
CFPL Concord Free Public Library
EIP Essex Institute Proceedings
EIHC Essex Institute Historical Collections
LC Library of Congress
LHS Lexington Historical Society
MA Massachusetts Archives
MHS Massachusetts Historical Society
MHSC Massachusetts Historical Society Collections
MHSP Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings
NANE National Archives, New England Regional Center
NDAR William Bell Clark (ed.), Naval Documents of the American Revolution, vol. I
( Washington, D.C., 1964)
NEHGR New England Historic and Genealogical Register
NEHGS New England Historic and Genealogical Society
NEQ New England Quarterly
N-YHS New-York Historical Society
NYPL New York Public Library
PRMA Paul Revere Memorial Association
PRO Public Record Office, Kew
WCL William L. Clements Library, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Note: In direct quotations, spelling and punctuation have been modernized where necessary to make the meaning clear to a modern reader. The method of transcription in these cases, as in Albion's Seed ( New York, 1989), 906, follows Samuel Eliot Morison's "modern" (not modernized) text. The rule is to "spell out all contractions and abbreviations in the manuscript, to adopt modern usage as to capitalization, punctuation and spelling," but scrupulously to respect . . . language." The method is explained at greater length in Harvard Guide to American History ( Cambridge, Mass., 1954), 94-99.


NOTES

Introduction
1.
" David Gergen on Senator Paul Tsongas", MacNeil-Lehrer News Hour, October 1992.
2.
See below, pp. 327-44, for a more extended discussion of historiography.
3.
Allen French, The Day of Lexington and Concord ( 1925; rpt. Boston, 1975), 1.

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