In the early issues, we included a list of Sources (love this page as it has the 2nd generation buttons which go back to the transition from OfficeLive (2010 start) of MS to HTML on Linux (2012). The issues related to configuration - technical and otherwise - are open - have not seen a real good solution - not Ancestry, thank you - go with Wordpress or otherwise - open to discussion). The last volume that we did in Sources was IV.
Some of the posts for the issue of Gardner's Beacon had a short source list of References (example - Gardner's Beacon, Vol 2, No 5).
Sources for GB, Vol VIII, No 1
- Resources and more (has the links to the on-line volumes of MSS)
- Example - General Danielson (shows page from MSS and from Dr. Frank's monograph)
- Background for the Regimental History Series (nice organizational chart)
- Civil War-Era Hospitals
- Jonathan Letterman
- The Massachusetts Magazine
- The Angelical Conjunction
- New men: Manliness in early America (What is the American?)
For the future:
- Found this A common place, an uncommon voice through this Short Reflections on The American Jeremiad. Related to this is Winthrop's view about the future in which he used being visible from a hill (as in, not hiding light under a bushel, if you would) as we all see of the U.S. (let's link to a view from 1888 - Some of the prominent prophecies ... out of San Francisco).
- Herbert B. Adams of Johns Hopkins: Village Communities of Cape Anne and Salem. Published in 1883. He uses material known at the time, some from the Essex Institute.
Others will be added. At some point, Sources will reestablish the proper mode with a Bibliography.
Remarks: Modified: 07/13/2018
07/13/2018 -- Added to the American Jeremiad bullet and inserted the H.B. Adams material, courtesy of Johns Hopkins (and Berkeley's library).