The Coming of the Revolution, 1763-1775

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Bibliography

I. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL AIDS

The most important single aid to the student is the Bibliography of British History: The Eighteenth Century, 1714-1789 (ed. Stanley Pargellis and D. J. Medley , Oxford, 1951 ).

Although published in 1888 Justin Winsor Narrative and Critical History of America, vol. VI, is still an indispensable bibliographical aid to those interested in various phases of the history of the British American colonies for the period covering the years 1763-75. They will also derive very great help from the section entitled "Bibliography" in The Cambridge History of the British Empire, Volume I, The Old Empire from its Beginnings to 1783 (ed. J. Holland Rose, A. P. Newton, and E. A. Benians, Cambridge, Eng., 1929), and from the "Critical Essay on Authorities," which constitutes chap. XVII of Evarts Boutell Greene The Revolutionary Generation ( New York, 1943); both of these works include materials that have appeared in print since the publication of Winsor's monumental work. The bibliographical essay at the end of George Elliott Howard Preliminaries of the Revolution ( New York, 1905) is still valuable. While in many respects outdated, A. P. C. Griffin Bibliography of American Historical Societies (Annual Report of the American Historical Association, 1905) and A. R. Hasse "Materials for a Bibliography of the Public Archives of the Thirteen Original Colonies" (in the Annual Report of A.H.A., 1906) can be consulted with profit. Of first importance are the annual Writings on American History ( New York, New Haven and Washington), prepared largely by Miss Grace Gardner Griffin and published continuously from 1918 to 1938 as a part of the Annual Report of the A.H.A.; likewise, as part of the Report for 1914 there is the General Index to Papers and Annual Reports of the American Historical Association, 1884-1914 (comp. by D. M. Matheson, Washington, 1918), and the Report for 1944 contains a Guide to the American Historical Review, 1895-1945 (Washington, 1945). Mention must be made of other works, such as Charles Evans American Bibliography. A Chronological Dictionary of All Books, Pamphletsand Periodical Publications Printed in the United States of America from the Genesis of Printing in 1639 Down to and Including the Year 1820

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