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E281 .H39 [Info] The Adventures of Christopher Hawkins: Containing Details of His Captivity, a First and Second Time on the High Seas, in the Revolutionary War, by the British, and His Consequent Sufferings, and Escape from the Jersey Prison Ship, The Lying in the Harbour of New York, by Swimming (New York: Privately printed, 1864), by Christopher Hawkins, ed. by Charles I. Bushnell (page images at Google)
E281 .H4 1847 [Info] A Relic of the Revolution, Containing a Full and Particular Account of the Sufferings and Privations of All the American Prisoners Captured on the High Seas, and Carried into Plymouth, England, During the Revolution of 1776 (Boston: Pub. for the Proprietor by C. H. Peirce, 1847), by Charles Herbert, contrib. by Richard Livesey
E281 .H4 1854 [Info] The Prisoners of 1776: A Relic of the Revolution (Boston: Pub. for the Proprietor, by G. C. Rand, 1854), by Charles Herbert, contrib. by Richard Livesey
E286 .A17 1861 [Info] Oration Delivered on the Fourth Day of July, 1861, at the Capitol, Austin, Texas (Austin: Printed by J. Marshall and Co., 1861), by Alexander Watkins Terrell
E286 .B74 1826 [Info] An Oration, Delivered on Tuesday, the Fourth of July, 1826, It Being the Fiftieth Anniversary of American Independence, Before the Supreme Executive of the Commonwealth, and the City Council and Inhabitants of the City of Boston (Boston: True and Greene, 1826), by Josiah Quincy
E286 .C46 [Info] The American Idea, and What Grows Out of It, by E. H. Chapin (page images at MOA)
E286 .C59 [Info] Oration Delivered Before the City Government and Citizens of Boston, by James Freeman Clarke (page images at MOA)
E286 .F94 [Info] Oration Delivered Before the City Government and Citizens of Boston, by Richard Frothingham (page images at MOA)
E286 .P24 1865 [Info] Our Triumph and Our New Duties, by Cortlandt Parker (page images at MOA)
E286 .P32 1799 [Info] An Oration Delivered at Byfield, July 4, 1799 (Newburyport, MA: Printed by A. March., ca. 1799), by Elijah Parish (HTML at Evans TCP)
E286 .W79 [Info] Oration on the Centennial Anniversary of the Declaration of independence, by Robert C. Winthrop (page images at MOA)
E286 .W79 1876 [Info] Oration Delivered Before the City Council and Citizens of Boston, On the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Declaration of American Independence, July 4, 1876 (Boston: Printed by order of the City Council, 1876), by Robert C. Winthrop
E295 .F87 1865 [Info] Poems Relating to the American Revolution (New York: W.J. Widdleton, 1865), by Philip Morin Freneau, ed. by Evert A. Duyckinck (HTML at Michigan)
E296 .F75 [Info] Revolutionary Reader: Reminiscences and Indian Legends (Atlanta: Byrd Printing Co., 1913), ed. by Sophie Lee Foster (page images at HathiTrust)
E296 .H78 1774 [Info] A Pretty Story Written in The Year of Our Lord 2774, By Peter Grievous, Esq.; A.B.C.D.E. (second edition; Philadelphia: John Dunlap, 1774), by Francis Hopkinson (page images at HathiTrust)
E296 .P956 [Info] Stories of the Revolution: With an Account of the Lost Child of the Delaware: Wheaton and the Panther, &c., by Josiah Priest (HTML at
E296 .W328 [Info] The Old Bell of Independence: or, Philadelphia in 1776 (Philadelphia: Lindsay and Blakiston, c1851), by Henry C. Watson (Gutenberg text)
E296 .W332 [Info] The Yankee Tea-Party: or, Boston in 1773 (Philadelphia: Lindsay and Blakiston, 1851), by Henry C. Watson (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
E297 .K29 [Info] God Arising and Pleading His People's Cause: or, The American War in Favor of Liberty, Against the Measures and Arms of Great Britain, Shewn to Be the Cause of God (1777), by Abraham Keteltas, ed. by Reiner Smolinski (PDF at
E297 .S55 [Info] The Church's Flight into the Wilderness: An Address on the Times, Containing Some Very Interesting and Important Observations on Scripture Prophecies (1776), by Samuel Sherwood, ed. by Reiner Smolinski (PDF at
E297 .S845 [Info] The United States Elevated to Glory and Honor (based on first edition, New Haven, 1783), by Ezra Stiles, ed. by Reiner Smolinski (PDF at
E297 .W82 [Info] The Dominion of Providence Over the Passions of Men: A Sermon, Preached at Princeton, on the 17th of May, 1776, Being the General Fast Appointed by the Congress Through the United Colonies; To Which is Added, An Address to the Natives of Scotland, Residing in America (reprinted in Glasgow from the Philadelphia second edition, 1777), by John Witherspoon (page images at HathiTrust)
E301 .F8 1846 [Info] The True Republican: Containing The Inaugural Addresses, Together With the First Annual Addresses and Messages of All the Presidents of the United States, from 1789 to 1845, Together With Their Farewell Addresses (Philadelphia: W.A. Leary, 1846), ed. by Jonathan French, contrib. by George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren, William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, and James K. Polk
E301 .S38 1880 [Info] History of the United States of America, Under the Constitution (first editions of all 7 volumes; New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., c1880-1913), by James Schouler
E301 .S38 1908 [Info] History of the United States of America, Under the Constitution (7 volumes (first 5 revised); New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1899-1917), by James Schouler (page images at HathiTrust)

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