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Further Suggested Reading:

 

  • Charles D. Anderson, Bluebloods & Rednecks (Burnstown: General Store Publishing House, 1996).
  • John C. Carter & Chris Raible, “Bibliography of Published Works Relating to the Upper Canada Rebellion of 1837-1838 and Associated Topics,” Australasian Canadian Studies (2011), v. 29, #1-2.
  • John C. Carter, “North American Political Prisoners in a Foreign Land: The Result of Rebellion,” York Pioneer (2009), v. 104.
  • John C. Carter, “North American Political Prisoners Working in the Midlands,” Oatlands District Historical Society Chronicle (October, 2010), # 6.
  • John C. Carter, “One Way Ticket to a Penal Colony: North American Prisoners in Van Diemen’s Land,” Ontario History (Autumn 2009), v. CI, # 2.
  • John C. Carter, “Patriot Chronicles: Four Who Didn’t Come Home,” Thousand Islands Life Magazine (June, 2010).
  • John C. Carter, “Uncertain Future in an Unknown Place: North American Prisoners in Van Diemen’s Land,” Tasmanian Historical Research Association Papers and Proceedings (April, 2010), v. 57, # 1.
  • Lillian F. Gates, After the Rebellion (Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1988).
  • William Gates, Recollections of Life in Van Diemen’s Land (Lockport, NY: D.S.Crandall, 1850).
  • James Gemmell, “Two Years in Van Diemen’s Land,” The [New York] Plebian (June 25 & 26, 1842).
  • Edwin C. Guillet, The Lives and Times of the Patriots (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1968).
  • Daniel D. Heustis, Narrative of the Adventures and Sufferings of Captain Daniel D. Heustis (Boston: Redding & Company, 1847).
  • Ian Hundey, “Privileged Scot, Canadian Invader, and Australian Convict: The Story of James Milne Aitchison,” Australasian Canadian Studies (2011), v. 29, #1-2.
  • Fred Landon, An Exile From Canada to Van Diemen’s Land: Being the Story of Elijah Woodman Transported Overseas for Participation in the Upper Canada Troubles of 1837-38 ((Toronto: Longmans, Green and Company, 1960).
  • Shaun J. McLaughlin, The Patriot War Along the Michigan-Canada Border (Charleston: The Heritage Press, 2013).
  • Shaun J. McLaughlin, The Patriot War Along the New York-Canada Border (Charleston: The History Press, 2012).
  • Linus B. Miller, Notes of an Exile in Van Diemen`s Land (Fredonia, N.Y.: W. McKinstry and Co., 1846).
  • Terry Patterson, “Hiram Sharp, an American Patriot in the Australian Colonies,” Australasian Canadian Studies (2011), v. 29, # 1-2.
  • Cassandra Pybus & Hamish Maxwell-Stewart, American Citizens, British Slaves (East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 2002).
  • Stuart Scott, To The Outskirts of Habitable Creation (New York: iUniverse, Inc., 2004).
  • Samuel Snow, An Exile’s Return or Narrative of Samuel Snow (Cleveland: Smead & Cowes, 1846).
  • Edwin M. Waterbury, Oswego County During the Patriot War (Oswego: Oswego County Historical Association, 1944).
  • Stephen S. Wright & Aaron Dresser, “Americans in Van Diemen’s Land,” New York Daily Tribune (February 20, 1844).

 

Dr. John C. Carter is a Canadian historian and author and frequent contributor to TIL. He is currently a Research Associate in the History and Classics Programme, University of Tasmania. He can be contacted at drjohncarter@bell.net.