Becker, Eve of the American Revolution, 220-256. Channing, United States, III, chs. VI-VII. Fisher, Struggle for American Independence, chs. XXI-XLI. Frothingham, Rise of the Republic, chs. X-XI. Howard, Preliminaries, chs. XVII, XVIII; with Van C. H. Tyne , American Revolution, chs. II-VI. Lecky, England in the Eighteenth Century, III, 456-499. Trevelyan, G. O., American Revolution, I, chs. VII-XI; II, chs. XII-XVI. Winsor, America, VI, chs. II, III. Bancroft, United States, IV (author's last revision).
Macdonald, Select Characters, nos. 74-80. Hart, Contemporaries, II, nos. 154-161, 184-188 (illustrating public opinion). Very extensive collections, worth sampling even by the general reader, are Force, P., American Archives, and Moore, F., Diary of the American Revolution (newspaper material).
Biographies of J. Adams by J. T. Morse and M. Chamberlain ; Washington, by H. C. Lodge and W. C. Ford; Henry, by Henry and Tyler; Dickinson, by C. J. Stillé.
American leaders. Whigs.
Adams, J., Autobiography, diary, etc., in Works, II, 405-517, III, 3-59 (debates on independence, 44-59). Franklin, B., Writings (VI in Smyth edition). Paine, T., Common Sense in Works ( Conway edition). I. Washington, Writings ( Ford edition), II.
Writings of Whig leaders.
Tyler, M. C., The Loyalists ( Am. Hist. Review, I, 24-45); more fully in his Literary History of the American Revolution, II. Van C. H. Tyne , Loyalists in the American Revolution, chs. I-V. Schlesinger, Colonial Merchants and the American Revolution, chs. XI-XV. Baldwin, E. H., Joseph Galloway ( Penn. Mag. of Hist. and Biog., XXVI,nos. 2-4). Hosmer, Thomas Hutchinson.
T. Hutchinson, Diary and Letters, I. Eddis, W., Letters from America. Whig-Tory debate in J. Adams and [ D. Leonard], Novanglus and Massachuttendis. Summaries in Tyler, Literary History of the American Revolution.
Becker, Political Parties in the Province of New York. Eckenrode, H. J. , Revolution in Virginia, chs. I-V. Lincoln, Revolutionary Movement in Pennsylvania-