Further Reading

A Bibliography of Indigenous Livingston County

Primary Sources:

Bigelow, Timothy. Journal of a Tour to Niagara Falls in the Year 1805, (Boston: J. Wilson,1876).

Brophy, Marion and Wendell Tripp, eds, “Supplies for General Sullivan: The Correspondence of Colonel Charles Stewart, May-September 1779,” New York History, 60 (July 1979), 274.

Burr, David H. “Map of the County of Livingston,” Atlas of the State of New York, (Albany: Clark and Co., 1829).

________. Kanadesaga and Genev. MS. of 3 bound vols. on file at Archives, Warren Huntington Smith Library, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva NY.

Cook, Frederick, ed. Journals of the Military Expedition of Major General Sullivan Against theSix Nations of Indians in 1779, (Auburn: Knapp, Peck and Thomas, 1887).

Deardorff, Merle and George Snyderman, “A Nineteenth Century Journal of a Visit to the Indians of New York,” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 100 (1956): 582-612.

Erickson, Jack T. Seneca Collection. Reed Library, Special Collections. Reed Library, StateUniversity of New York, College at Fredonia.

Evans, Israel. “Discourse Delivered at Easton on the 17th of October, 1779 to the Officers and Soldiers of the Western Army.” Manuscripts Division, New York Public Library.

Fitzpatrick, John C., ed. The Writings of George Washington from the Original Manuscript Sources, 1745-1799, Vols. 3-14, (Washington D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1936).

Holmes, Elkanah. “Letters of Elkanah Holmes from Fort Niagara in 1800,” Publications of theBuffalo Historical Society, 6 (1903), 187-207.

Flick, Alexander C. “New Sources on the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign in 1779,” New York State Historical Association Quarterly Journal, 10 (July 1929), 185-224.

________. “New Sources on the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign in 1779,” New York State Historical Association Quarterly Journal, 10 (October 1929), 265-317.

Iroquois Indians: A Documentary History of the Diplomacy of the Six Nations and Their League, ed Francis Jennings, Woodbridge, CT, 1985. Microfilm Collection Housed in Milne Library.

Kirkland, Samuel. Papers. Hamilton College Archives, Clinton, NY.

Murray, Louise Wells, ed. Notes from the Collections of Tioga Point Museum and Its Centennial Celebration of 1879, (Athens, PA: Tioga Point Historical Society, 1929).

O’Callaghan, E. B. ed., Documents Relative to the Colonial History of New York State

_________. Documentary History of the State of New York, 4 vols., (Albany: Weed, Parsons, and Co. 1849-1851).

Papers of the Continental Congress. Microfilm edition, Milne Library.

Papers of the Sullivan Indian Campaign, New York State Archives, Albany, NY.

Penrose, Maryly Barton, ed. Indian Affairs Papers: American Revolution, (Franklin Park, NY: Liberty Bell Associates, 1981).

Pilkington, Walter, ed., The Journals of Samuel Kirkland: 18th Century Missionary to the Iroquois, (Clinton, NY: Hamilton College, 1980).

Porter, Augustus. Map of the Indian Reservation at Canwaugus. Holland Land Company Maps,Field Notes, and Deeds, Box 4, Volume 58, New York State Archives, Series A0025-78, 1798).

Savery, William. A Journal of the Life, Travels, and Religious Labours of William Savery, (London: Charles Gilpin, 1844).

Seaver, James. A Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Mary Jemison, reprint ed., (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1992).

Sullivan, James. ed. The Papers of Sir William Johnson, 14 vols. (Albany: The University of the State of New York, 1921).

Thwaites Reuben Gold, ed. The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents, 73 vols. (Cleveland: The Burrows Brothers, 1896-1901).

Wraxall, Peter. An Abridgment of Indian Affairs Contained in Four Folio Volumes Transcacted in the Colony of New York from the Year 1678 to the Year 1751, ed. Charles H. McIlwain, reprint (New York: Benjamin Bloom, 1974).

Secondary Sources

Abler, Thomas S. Cornplanter: Chief Warrior of the Allegany Senecas. (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2007).

Abler, Thomas S., ed. Chainbreaker: The Revolutionary War Memoirs of Governor Blacksnake,(Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1989).

Aldrich, Lewis Cass. History of Ontario County, New York. (Canandaigua: D. Mason and Co.,1893).

Amrheim, Cindy. A History of Native American Land Rights in Upstate New York, (Albany: TheHistory Press, 2016).

Aquila, Richard. The Iroquois Restoration: Iroquois Diplomacy on the Colonial Frontier, 1701- 1754 (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1983).

Beauchamp, W. M. B. Aboriginal Occupation of New York, Bulletin of the New York State Museum, No. 32, (Albany: New York State Museum, 1900).

________. Moravian Journals Relating to Central New York, 1745-1766, (Syracuse: DehlerPress, 1916).

________. Aboriginal Place Names of New York. Bulletin of the New York State Museum, No. 108, (Albany: New York State Museum, 1907).

________. A History of the New York Iroquois, Now Commonly Called the Six Nations. Bulletin 78 , New York State Museum, (Albany: New York State Museum, 1905).

________. Indian Names in New York. (Fayetteville, NY: Recorder Office, 1893).

Beers, F. W., and Co. History of Wyoming County, NY, with Illustrations, Biographical Sketches and Portraits of Some Pioneers and Prominent Residents, (New York: F. W. Beers, 1880).

________. Topographical Atlas of Livingston Co, (New York: F. W. Beers and Co 1872).

Ben-Zvi, Yale. “National Appropriation and Cultural Evolution: The Spatial and Temporal Uses of Lewis Henry Morgan’s Native America,” Canadian Review of American Studies, 33(2009): 211-229.

________. “Where Did Red Go: Lewis Henry Morgan’s Evolutionary Inheritance and U. S. Racial Imagination,” New Centennial Review, 7 (2007) 201-229.

Boyce, Douglas S. “Tuscarora Political Organization: Ethnic Identity, and SociohistoricalDemography, 1711-1825,” (Ph.D. diss, University of North Carolina, 1973).

Brandao, Jose Antonio. Your Fyre Shall Burn No More: Iroquois Policy Toward New Franceand Its Native Allies to 1701, (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1997).

Broadrose, Brian. “The Haudenosaunee and the Trolls Under the Bridge: Digging into theCulture of ‘Iroquoianist’ Studies,” (Ph.D. diss., SUNY-Binghamton, 2014).

Brown, Dorcas R. “The Reservation Long Houses,” (M.A. Thesis, SUNY-Oneonta, 2000).

Calloway, Colin G. The Indian World of George Washington: The First President, the FirstAmericans, and the Birth of the Nation, (New York: Oxford University Press, 2018).

________. The American Revolution in Indian Country, (Cambridge: CambridgeUniversity Press, 1995).

Chernow, Barbara. “Robert Morris: Genesee Land Speculator,” New York History, 58(April 1977), 195-220.

Conable, Barbara M. “A Steady Enemy: The Ogden Land Company and the Seneca Indians,”Ph.D dissertation, University of Rochester, 1994.

Craft, David. The Centennial Celebration of General Sullivan’s Campaign Against the Iroquois in 1779, (Waterloo, NY: Waterloo Public Library and Historical Society, 1879).

________. The Sullivan Expedition: An Address Delivered at the Seneca County Centennial Celebration at Waterloo, September 3, 1879, (Waterloo, NY: Observer Book and Job Printing House, 1879).

Dennis, Matthew. Seneca Possessed: Indians, Witchcraft, and Power in the Early American Republic. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010).

________. Cultivating a Landscape of Peace: Iroquois-European Encounters inSeventeenth-Century America., (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1993).

Densmore, Christopher. Red Jacket: Iroquois Diplomat and Orator, (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1999).

Doty, Lockwood R. “The Massacre at Groveland,” Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association, 11 (April 1930), 132-140.

________. A History of Livingston County, (Geneseo: Edward L. Doty, 1876).

________. Boyd and Parker: Heroes of the American Revolution, (Dansville: Livingston County Historical Society, 1928).

Doxtater, Deborah. “What Happened to the Iroquois Clains? A Study of Clans in ThreeNineteenth-Century Rotinonhsyonni Communities,” (Ph.D. Diss., University ofWestern Ontario, 1996).

Eggleston, Edward and Lillie Eggleston Seelye, Brant and Red Jacket: Including an Account of the Early Wars of the Six Nations and the Border Warfare of the Revolution. (New York: Dodd, Mead, and Company, 1879.

Elliott, Dolores N. “Otseningo: An Example of an Eighteenth Century Settlement Pattern,”Current Perspectives in Northeastern Archaeology: Essays in Honor of William A Ritchie, Robert E. Funk and Charles F. Hayes, eds., New York State Archaeological Association, Researches and Transactions, 17 (1977), 93-105.

Engelbrecht, William. Iroquoia: The Development of a Native World, (Syracuse: SyracuseUniversity Press, 2003).

Fenton, William N. The Great Law and the Longhouse: A Political History of the IroquoisConfederacy, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2008)

________. “From Longhouse to Ranch-type House: The Second Housing Revolution of the Seneca Nation,” Iroquis Culture, History, and Prehistory: Proceedings of the 1965Conference on Iroquois Research, Elizabeth Tooker, ed., (Albany: New York StateMuseum, 1967).

Fischer, Joseph R. A Well-Executed Failure: The Sullivan Campaign Against the Iroquois, July- September 1779, (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1997).

Follett, Harrison C. “Archaeology of the Counties of Monroe, Ontario, Livingston, AndGenesee, New York, 1894-1930,” Unpublished Manuscript on file at the RochesterMuseum and Science Center, Research Division, Rochester, NY, 1956.

Ganter, Granville, ed.The Collected Speeches of Sagoyewatha, or Red Jacket, (Syracuse:Syracuse University Press, 2006)

Glatthaar, Joseph T. and James Kirby Martin, Forgotten Allies: The Oneida Indians and the American Revolution, (New York: Hill and Wang, 2006).

Graymont, Barbara. The Iroquois and the American Revolution, (Syracuse: SyracuseUniversity Press, 1972).

Grumet, Robert Steven. Historic Contact: Indian People and Colonists in Today’s Northeastern United States in the Sixteenth through the Eighteenth Centuries, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1995).

Hagedorn, Nancy L. “’A Friend to Go Between Them’: The Interpreter as Cultural Broker during Anglo-Iroquois Councils, 1740-1770,” Ethnohistory, 35 (Winter 1988), 60-80.

Hamell, George R. “Earthenwares and Salt-Glazed Stonewares of the Rochester-Genesee-Valley Region: An Overview,” Northeast Historical Archaeology, 9 (1980), 1-14.

Harris, George H. “The Life of Horatio Jones,” Publications of the Buffalo Historical Society,6 (1903), 381-526.

________. Aboriginal Occupation of the Lower Genesee Country, (Rochester: G.H. Harris, 1884).

Hauptman, Laurence M. The Tonawanda Senecas’ Heroic Battle Against Removal:Conservative Activist Indians, (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2011).

________. Conspiracy of Interests: Iroquois Dispossession and the Rise of New York State, (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1999).

________. “Refugee Havens: The Iroquois Villages of the Eighteenth Century,” AmericanIndian Environments: Ecological issues in Native American History, Christopher Vecsey and Robert W. Venables, eds., (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1980), 128-139.

Hayes, Charles F. III. “An Early 19th Century Historic Site Near Avon, NY,” Museum ServiceBulletin of the Rochester Arts and Sciences, (1966), 38-42.

________. The Orringh Stone Tavern and Three Seneca Sites of the Late Historica Period, Research Records of the Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences, #12, (Rochester:Museum Association, 1965).

Herrmann, Rachel B. No Useless Mouth: Waging War and Fighting Hunger in the AmericanRevolution. (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2019).

Herter, Nancy. Resource Evaluation: Canawaugus Reservation Historic Site (USN05102.000041), (New York: State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, 2013).

Hinman, Marjory Barnum. Onoquaga: Hub of the Border Wars of the American Revolution In New York State, (Deposit, NY: Valley Offset, 1975).

_______. Documentary History of Old Onaquaga. (Windsor, NY: Old Onaquaga Historical Society, 1966).

Houghton, Frederick. “The History of the Buffalo Creek Indian Reservation,” Publicationsof the Buffalo Historical Society, 24 (1920), 3-168.

Hubbard, John Niles. An Account of Sa-go-ye-wat-ha, or Red Jacket and His People, (Albany:J. Munsell’s Sons, 1886).

Hughes, James. “Those Who Passed Through: Unusual Visits to Unlikely Places: MaryJemison,” New York History, 87 (Winter 2006), 144-148.

Hunter, William A. “Refugee Fox Settlements Among the Senecas,” Ethnohistory, 3 (1956):11-20.

Jennings, Francis, et. al. eds. The History and Culture of Iroquois Diplomacy: An Interdisciplinary Guide to the Treaties of the Six Nations and Their League, (Syracuse: Syracuse UP, 1985).

________. The Ambiguous Iroquois Empire: the Covenant Chain Confederation of Indian Tribes with the English Colonies, (New York: Norton, 1984.

________. Empire of Fortune: Crowns, Colonies and Tribes in the Seven Years War inAmerica, (New York: Norton, 1988).

Jordan, Kurt A. “Incorporation and Colonization: Post-Columbian Iroquois Satellite Communitiesand Processes of Indigenous Autonomy,” American Anthropologist, 115 (2013), 29-42.

________. The Seneca Restoration, 1715-1754, (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2008).

________. “Seneca Iroquois Settlement Pattern, Community Structure, and Housing, 1677- 1779,” Northeast Anthropology, 67 (2004), 23-60.

Kaja, Jefferey J. “`Sometimes Bad People Take the Liberty of Straggling Into Your Country’: TheStruggle to Control Mobility During Pontiac’s War,” Early American Studies, 14 (Spring 2016), 225-257.

Kelsay, Isabel Thompson. Joseph Brant, 1743-1807: Man of Two Worlds. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1984.

Kerrigan, William. “Apples on the Border: Orchards and the Contest for the Great Lakes,” Michigan Historical Review, 34 (Spring 2008), 25-41.

Kocik, Cynthia Ann. “The Edges of Wood: Dendrochronological Analysis of Three Seneca Iroquois Structures at Letchworth State Park, 1796-1831,” MA Thesis, Cornell University, 2014.

Lossing, Benson J. Pictorial Field Book of the American Revolution, (New York: Harper and Brothers, 1860).

McAdams, Donald R. “The Sullivan Expedition: Success or Failure,” New York HistoricalSociety Quarterly, 54 (January 1970), 80.

MacLeitch, Gail. Imperial Entanglements: Iroquois Change and Persistence on the Frontiers of Empire, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011).

Maud, John. A Visit to the Falls of Niagara in 1800, (London, 1826).

McKelvey, Blake. “Historic Aspects of the Phelps and Gorham Treaty of July 4-8, 1788,” Rochester History, 1 (January 1939), 1-24.

McNall, Neil Adams The First Half-Century of Wadsworth Tenancy, (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1952.

________. “King Wheat in the Genesee Valley,” New York History, 27 (no. 4, 1946), 425-443.

Middleton, Richard. “Pontiac: Local Warrior or Pan-Indian Leader,” Michigan Historical Review, 32 (Fall 2006), 1-32.

Milliken, Charles. A History of Ontario County, New York, and its People, (New York: LewisHistorical Publishing Co., 1911).

Morgan, Lewis Henry. League of the Iroquois, (1851).

Mt. Pleasant, Alyssa. “After the Whirlwind: Maintaining a Haudenosaunee Place at Buffalo Creek, 1780-1825,” Ph.D. Diss., Cornell University, 2007.

Mt. Pleasant, Jane. “The Paradox and Plows and Productivity: An Agronomic Comparison of Cereal Grain Production under Iroquois Culture and European Plow Culture in theSeventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries,” Agricultural History, 85 (Fall 2011), 460-92.

Niemczycki, Mary Ann Palmer, The Origin and Development of the Seneca and Cayuga Tribes of New York State, Rochester Museum and Science Center Research Records, No. 17, (Rochester: RMSC, 1984).

Norton, A. Tiffany. History of Sullivan’s Campaign against the Iroquois; Being a FullAccount of That Epoch of the Revolution, (Lima, NY: By the Author, 1879).

Pacheco, Paul and Richard Maxson. “Revisiting the Macauley Complex, Livingston County, New York,” Paper Presented at the Centennial Meeting of the New York State Archaeological Association, Fairport, NY, 2016.

Parker, Arthur C. The Archaeological History of New York, (Albany: University of the State of New York, 1922).

________. “Code of Handsome Lake, the Seneca Prophet,” New York State Museum Bulletin, 163, (Albany: New York State Museum, 1913).

Parmenter, Jon. The Edge of the Woods, 1534-1701, (Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 2010).

__________. “Pontiac’s War: Forging New Links in the Anglo-Iroquois Covenant Chain,”Ethnohistory, 44 (Autumn 1997), 617-654.

Patrick, Christine Sternberg. “The Life and Times of Samuel Kirkland, 1741-1808: Missionary to the Oneida Indians, American Patriot, and Founder of Hamilton College,” Ph.D. diss.,State University of New York, Buffalo, 1993.

Richter, Daniel K. “Believing that Many of the Red People Suffer Much for the Want of Food’: Hunting, Agriculture, and the Quaker Construction of Indianness in the Early Republic,” Journal of the Early Republic, 19 (1999), 601-628.

________. The Ordeal of the Longhouse: The Peoples of the Iroquois League in the Era of European Colonization, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1992).

Rothenberg, Diane. “Friends Like These: An Ethnohistorical Analysis of the Allegany Senecas and Quakers, 1798-1823,” Ph.D. diss., City University of New York, 1976.

Robertson, David. The Genesee Oaks & and the Palimpsest Nature of Landscape Change, (Geneseo: SUNY-Geneseo Department of Geography, 2014).

Sempowski, Martha L. and Lorraine P. Saunders. “Dutch Hollow and Factory Hollow,” Rochester Museum and Science Center Research Records, No. 24, Rochester Museum and Science Center, 2001).

Shoemaker, Nancy. “From Longhouse to Loghouse: Household Composition among the Nineteenth Century Senecas,” American Indian Quarterly, 15 (1991). 329-338.

Silverman, David J. Red Brethren: The Brothertown and Stockbridge Indians and the Problem ofRace in Early America, (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2010).

Smith, James. History of Livingston County, New York. (Syracuse: Cale, Mason, and Company, 1881).

Snyderman, George S. “Witchcraft and Allegany Seneca Medicine,” Proceedings of the American Philosphical Society, 127 (1983), 263-277.

Spence, Taylor. “The Endless Commons: Indigenous and Immigrant in the British-American Borderland, 1835-1848,” Ph.D. Thesis, Yale University, 2012.

Squier, Ephraim, Antiquities of the State of New York, (Buffalo: Geo. H. Derby, 1851).

Starna, William A. “’The United States will Protect You’: The Iroquous, New York, and the1790 Nonintercourse Act,” New York History, 83 (Winter 2002), 4-33.

Stone, William Leete. The Life of Joseph Brandt-Thayendanegea, Including the Indian Wars Of The Revolution, (Cooperstown: H. and E. Phinney, 1846).

Taylor, Alan. The Divided Ground: Indians, Settlers, and the Northern Borderland of the American Revolution, (New York: Knopf, 2006).

Tiro, Karin, The People of the Standing Stone The Oneida Nation from the Revolution through the Era of Removal, (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2011).

________. “A ‘Civil War’? Rethinking Iroquois Participation in the American Revolution,” Explorations in Early American Culture, 4 (2000), 148-165.

Trelease, Allen W. Indian Affairs in Colonial New York: The Seventeenth Century, (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1960).

Turner, Orasmus. History of the Pioneer Settlement of Phelps and Gorham Purchase, (Rochester: W. Alling, 1852).

________. Pioneer History of the Holland Purchase of Western New York, (New York: Jewett, Thomas, and Co. 1849).

Usner, Daniel H. “Iroquois Livelihood and Jeffersonian Agrarianism: Reaching Behind theModels and Metaphors,” Native Americans and the Early Republic, eds. Frederick Hoxie, Ronald Hoffman, and Peter Albert. (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1990).

Wallace, Anthony F. C. Death and Rebirth of the Seneca, (New York: Vintage Books 1969).

Wright, Albert Hazen. New York Historical Source Studies: The Sullivan Expedition of 1779, The Losses, Series No. 34, (Albany: New York State Historical Society, 1965).

________. Regimental Rosters of Men, Series No. 34, (Albany: New York State HistoricalSociety, 1965).