The Scotch-Irish of Colonial Pennsylvania

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Bibliography

A. SOURCES

I. Manuscript Materials
Becket, Reverend William, Notices and Letters concerning incidents at Lewes Town. Hist. Soc. of Pa.
Dickinson-Logan Letter Book. Hist. Soc. of Pa.
Dickinson, Jonathan, Letter Book. Ridgway Branch, Library Company of Philadelphia.
Irvine, William, Papers of Brigadier-General William Irvine, Hist. Soc. of Pa.
Lamberton Scotch-Irish Collection. 2 vols., Hist. Soc. of Pa.
Logan Papers, Correspondence of James Logan. Hist. Soc. of Pa.
Logan Papers, Letter Books of James Logan, Hist. Soc. of Pa.
Logan Papers, Letters from James Logan. Hist. Soc. of Pa.
"Nesbit-Addison Letters", Charles Nesbit to Alexander Addison. Darlington Collection, University of Pittsburgh.
Penn Letter Books. Hist. Soc. of Pa.
Penn MSS., Official Correspondence. Hist. Soc. of Pa.
Penn, Thomas, Letters of Thomas Penn to Richard Peters, 1752-1772. Hist. Soc. of Pa.
Peters MSS. Hist. Soc. of Pa.
Peters, Reverend Richard, Letters to the Proprietaries of the Province of Pennsylvania, 1755-1757. Hist. Soc. of Pa.
Shippen Papers, Papers of the Shippen Family. Hist. Soc. of Pa.
"State Archives of Pennsylvania", Provincial Papers. State Library of Pennsylvania.
"State Archives of Pennsylvania", Revolutionary Papers. State Library of Pennsylvania.

2. Published Sources
A Serious Address to such of the Inhabitants of Pennsylvania as connived at the Massacre of the Indians at Lancaster. Philadelphia, 1764.

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