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Collier, The Literature of Connecticut History (1983)
Connecticut History and Culture, Center for Connecticut Studies (1986). David Roth, ed.
Dunn, Puritans and Yankees: The Winthrop Dynasty of New England (1962).
Founders and Leaders of Connecticut (1935). Charles E. Perry, ed.
Fraser, The Land of Steady Habits: A Brief History of Connecticut. (1988).
Friedman, A History of American Law (1986).
Jones, Congregational Commonwealth (1968).
Loomis and Calhoun, Judicial and Civil History of Connecticut (1895).
Lovejoy, The Glorious Revolution in America (1972).
Smith, Appeals to the Privy Council From the American Plantations (1950).
Van Dusen, Connecticut and other general histories were reviewed.
Zeichner, Connecticut's Years of Controversary: 1750-1776 (1949).
Baldwin, "The Three Constitutions of Connecticut," Papers of the NHCHS 5:179 (1888).
Bickford, "Connecticut and its Charter."
Collier, Essay on History of General Assembly.
Collier, "Three and a Half Cheers for Connecticut," Connecticut Humanities Council News, Spring, 1985.
Jodziewicz, "Charters and Corporations, Independence and Loyalty", paper presented at meeting of Association for the Study of Connecticut History, October 22, 1988.
Roetger, "New Haven's Charter Quest and Annexation by Connecticut", paper presented at meeting of Association for the Study of Connecticut History, October 22, 1988.
Santos, "Birth of a Liberal State," 1 Conn. Law. Rev. 386 (1968).
Tercentenary Phamphlets on the Winthrop case, the "Spanish Ship" affair and Susquehannah.
Trent, "Charter Oak Artifacts."
Wilford, "Destination Mars," New York Times Magazine, March 20, 1988.
I examined copies of documents in the Winthrop case.