The New York State Library Educator Guide for the American Revolution, 2022 lists all references at the end of the document. The onsite exhibit includes additional references from the New York State Library collections.
Barney, S. (1893). Songs of the Revolution: a paper read before the General David Humphreys Branch of the Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, May twenty-ninth, MDCCCXCIII. Press of Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor.
Berger, C. (1976). Broadsides & bayonets: the propaganda war of the American Revolution. Presidio Press.
Bunce, O. (1852). The romance of the revolution, being a history of the personal adventures, heroic exploits, and romantic incidents, as enacted in the war of independence. Bunce & Brother.
Drake, S.A. (1889). Burgoyne’s invasion of 1777: with an outline sketch of the American invasion of Canada, 1775-76.
Ellis, D. (1969). The Saratoga campaign. McGraw-Hill.
Evans, A. (1883). Memoir of Thaddeus Kosciuszko, Poland's hero and patriot, an officer in the American army of the revolution, and member of the Society of the Cincinnati. By A.W.W.Evans, for the society. For private distribution only. G. A. Thitchener, printer.
Freeman, L. (1992). America's first woman warrior: the courage of Deborah Sampson. Paragon House. George Washington. (190?).
Gitto, M. (2022). New York State Library educator guide for the American Revolution: NYS Library primary source documents of the American Revolution. The University of the State of New York, The State Education Department, The New York State Library.
Haiman, M. (1943). Kosciuszko in the American Revolution. Polish Institute of the Arts and Sciences in America.
Hatch, R. (1986). Major John André: a gallant in spy's clothing. Houghton Mifflin.
Hoskins, J. (1980). Tadeusz Kosciuszko, 1746-1817: a selective list of reading materials in English. Library of Congress.
Kosciuszko Garden, West Point. (ca. 1905). The Hudson River [picture collection] (Folder 4, Image 21). New York State Education Department. New York State Library, Manuscripts and Special Collections, Albany, NY.
Martin, J. (1997). Benedict Arnold, revolutionary hero: an American warrior reconsidered. New York University Press.
Morpurgo, J.E. (1975). Treason at West Point: the Arnold-André conspiracy. Mason/Charter.
Stimson, F. (1917). My story: being the memoirs of Benedict Arnold: late major-general in the Continental army and brigadier-general in that of His Britannic Majesty. C. Scribner's Sons.
Sprague, D. (1930). Descriptive guide of the battlefield of Saratoga.
Thacher, J. (1862). Military journal of the American revolution, from the commencement to the disbanding of the American army; comprising a detailed account of the principal events and battles of the revolution, with their exact dates, and a biographical sketch of the most prominent generals....To which is added the life of Washington, his farewell address, the Declaration of independence and the Constitution of the United States.
United States. (2011). General Thaddeus Kosciuszko statue, Lafayette Park, Washington, D.C. Office of the National Park Service Liaison to the White House. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Office of the National Park Service Liaison to the White House.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Veterans' Affairs. (2019). Deborah Sampson Act: report (to accompany H.R. 3224) (including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office). Committee on Veterans’ Affairs. U. S. Government Publishing Office.
Washington’s Headquarters. (ca. 1905). The Hudson River [picture collection] (Folder 1, Image 1). New York State Education Department, Albany, NY.