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Bibliography/Further Reading

1775-1820: Tension, War & Separation

Clark, Charles E. James S. Leamon, and Karen Bowden, eds. Maine in the Early Republic: From Revolution to Statehood. Hanover, New Hampshire: University Press of New England, 1988.

Faibisy, John D. "Penobscot, 1779: The Eye of a Hurricane." Maine Historical Society Quarterly 19 (Fall 1979): 91-110.

Fraser, Robert. "The Battle of Hampden and Its Aftermath. Maine History 43 (January 2007): 21-40.

Judd, Richard W. Edwin A. Churchill, and Joel W. Eastman, eds. Maine: The Pine Tree State from Prehistory to the Present (Orono, Maine: University of Maine Press, 1995)

Leamon, James S. Revolution Downeast: The War for American Independence in Maine. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1993.

Leamon, James S. "The Stamp Act Crisis in Maine; The Case of Scarborough." Maine Historical Society Newsletter 11 (Winter 1971).

Leamon, James S. "The Search for Security: Maine After Penobscot." Maine Historical Society Quarterly 21 (Winter 1982): 119-54.

Lohnes, Barry J. "A New Look at the Invasion of Eastern Maine, 1814." Maine Historical Society Quarterly 15 (Summer 1975).

Norton, Louis Arthur. "Henry Mowat: Miscreant of the Maine Coast." Maine History 43 (January 2007): 1-20.

Sloan, Robert W. "New Ireland: Men in Pursuit of a Forlorn Hope, 1779-1784." Maine Historical Society Quarterly 19 (Fall 1979): 73-90.

Sprague, Laura Fecych, ed. Agreeable Situations: Society, Commerce, and Art in Southern Maine, l780-l830. Kennebunk: Brick Store Museum, l987.

Taylor, Alan. Liberty Men and Great Proprietors: The Revolutionary Settlement on the Maine Frontier, 1760-1820. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, 1990.

Willis, William, ed., Journals of the Rev. Thomas Smith and the Rev. Samuel Deane, pastors of the First Church in Portland (Portland: J. S. Bailey, 1849)