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ANALYTIC

Title:  
"Oh Amherst, brave Amherst ..."
Parent:
American heritage. v.12, no.1
Creator:
Russell, Francis.
Publication:
New York, 1960.
Call #:  
973.06 AM3SA V.12, NO.1
Extent:
p.5-10, 89-94 : il. ; octavo.



BOOK

Title:  
Jeffery, Lord Amherst, British commander-in-chief, 1778 to 1782
Creators:
Ippel, Henry Peter, 1919- | 0127 | University of Michigan
Publication:
1957.
Notes:  
Microfilm of typescript. Bibliography: leaves 233-241
Call #:  
DLAR film 333
Extent:
iv, 241 leaves; ill.



BOOK

Title:  
Sir Jeffrey, ist Baron Amherst official papers 1740-83: film 421 guide
Creators:
Wilson, Thomas.The Amherst papers. War Office 34. A guide to the contents of volumes relating to the colonial period | The National Archives
Publication:
World Microfilm Publications, London, 1979.
Notes:  
Microform reproduction of class W.O. 34 in the The National Archives.
Call #:  
DLAR
Extent:
1 vol. (unpaged); 28 cm.



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1740-1783
Abstract:  

148 reels. Accompanied by a guide. Correspondence. Amherst was a British general and later field marshal who served as commander-in-chief of America, 1753-1763, Governor of Virginia, 1768, and Commander-in-Chief in Britain, 1778. Most material covers the period 1756-1782. Substantial portions of the papers relate to military affairs in North America during the Seven Years' War and the American Revolution. Originals are in The National Archives (Britain).
Call #:  
Mss.DLAR.Film.421
Extent:
149 Reels



BOOK

Title:  
General Jeffery Amherst and the conquest of Canada, 1758-1760
Creators:
Beattie, Daniel John, 1944- | 0066 | Duke University
Publication:
1975.
Notes:  
MIcrofilm of typescript. Bibliography: leaves 254-275.
Call #:  
DLAR film 310
Extent:
vii, 276 leaves; ill., maps.



BOOK

Title:  
Amherst and Canada
Creator:
Des Cognets, Louis.
Publication:
Princeton? N.J, 1962]
Notes:  
Includes bibliography.
Call #:  
DLAR 3194
Extent:
371 p. 24 cm.



ANALYTIC

Title:  
General Amherst and germ warfare
Parent:
The Mississippi Valley historical review, v.41, no.3
Creator:
Knollenberg, Bernhard, 1892-1973
Publication:
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1954.
Call #:  
977 M692 V.41, NO.3
Extent:
p.489-494 ; octavo.



BOOK

Title:  
"Haughty conquerors": Amherst and the great Indian uprising of 1763
Creator:
Nester, William R., 1956-
Publication:
Praeger, Westport, Conn, [c2000]
Notes:  
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Call #:  
973.27 N39H
Extent:
xiv, 296 p. ; 25 cm.



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1751-1823
Abstract:  

Partly copied by Redmond Conyngham from the state records and part from and with the reports of Judge Gibson and Judge Thomas Cooper. Relates to dispute over Wyoming valley lands between Connecticut and Pennsylvania. Includes correspondence of Lord Amherst, John Armstrong, Jr., Charles Biddle, John Boyd, Zebulon Butler, Thomas Cooper, Thomas Fitch, John Franklin, James Hamilton, Joseph Hamilton, William Montgomery, John Penn, Richard Rush, Jonathan Trumbull, and Roger Wolcott.
Call #:  
Mss.974.83.D65
Extent:
1 volume(s)



MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION

Dates:
1698-1796
Abstract:  

Most of the items microfilmed are from the Public Archives of Canada. From the Daniel Claus Papers, 1761-1796, are letters and papers on Indian affairs at Forts Pitt, Niagara, and Detroit, with letters of Dr. Alexander McKee, Arthur St. Clair, Joseph Chew, Richard Butler, Joseph Brant, and John Graves Simcoe. From the papers of Brigadier Robert Monckton, 1760-1761, are appointments, returns, reports, bills and receipts, and letters relating to Forts Pitt, Bedford, and Niagara, with letters of James Burd, Horatio Gates, Henry Bouquet, Lewis Ourry, Sir John St. Clair, Thomas Hutchins, John Stanwix, and Lord Amherst. There are also excerpts for minutes of the Commissioners of Indian Affairs at Albany, 1723-1746; transcripts from the Public Record Office on Indians, trade, defense, 1698-1767, including names of persons naturalized in British America, 1740-61, and accounts of Lt. Col. Harry Gordon, 1756-1761, 1764-1767; Duquesne-Centrecoeur correspondence, 1752-1753, Fonds Verreau, from the Université Laval, Quebec; and, miscellaneous documents. All materials concern eighteenth-century Indian affairs, especially the Six Nations, and Algonquian Indians.
Call #:  
Mss.Film.426
Extent:
3 microfilm_reel(s)