Bibliography & Resources
(These are but a small portion of the resources consulted - this page is still under construction)
Ruttenber, E.M. History of the
Indian Tribes of Hudson's River, 1872 Original Source,
and Hope Farm Press version 1992
Bradshaw, Harold Clayton, The Indians of Connecticut, The Effect of English,
Colonization and of Missionary Activity on Indian Life in Connecticut.
New Era Press, Deep River Conn. 1935 thesis
Plane, Anne Marie, Colonial Intimacies, Indian Marriage in Early New England.
Cornell University Press, Ithaca and London, 2000.
DeForest History of the Indians of Connecticut, 1800's
Hauptman and Wherry The Pequots of southern New England
Wallace, A.W. Conrad Weiser
1696-1760 Friend of the Colonist and Mohawk,
Pa Press., 1945
Axtell, James The Invasion
Within - Contest of Cultures in Colonial North
America, Oxford Press, 1985
Swanton, John R. The Indian
Tribes of North America, Smithsonian Institution
Kraft, Herbert C. The Lenape Archeaolgy, History and Ethnography New Jersey
Historical Society 1986
Smith, Joseph The Diaries and Journals of Joseph Smith, edited by Faulring,
Scott H., Signature Books, 1989
Sipe, Hale C. The Indian Chiefs of Pennsylvania, Wennawoods Publishing, 1998
Wilson, James The Earth Shall Weep -
A History of Native America Grove Press,
Debo, Angie History of the Indians
of the United States, University of Oklahoma
Wallace, Anthony, F. C. The Death and Rebirth of the Seneca Vintage books,
Division of Random House, N.Y., 1972
Blankenship, Bob Cherokee Roots Volumes 1-2 Copyright Bob Blankenship, 1992
Plane, Anne Marie Colonial Intimacies - Indian Marriage in Early New England
Cornell University Press 2000
Smith, DeCost Martyrs of the Oblong and Little Nine, The Caxton Printers, Ltd.
Caldwell, Idaho 1948
Lee, Helen Joy Bourne, The Newberry's of Connecticut 1975
Public Papers of George Clinton Vol. IV No. 1908
Calloway, Colin G., The American Revolution in Indian Country, Crisis and
Diversity in Native American Communities, Cambridge University Press 1995
Warwick Valley Map 1805 - Prepared by Mrs. Elizabeth Van Duzer in 1933
and Chapter of National Old Trails Committee for the D.A.R.
The Horton Papers, Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, N.Y.
Van Duzer, Elizabeth C. Elder James Benedict - The Pioneer Preacher of the
Warwick and Wyoming Valleys Warwick, New York Reprinted from Volume XVIII,
Proceedings of the Wyoming Historical Society. Copied from the original records of
the Baptist Church in Warwick, N.Y.
Black, Susan Easton, Farwest Papers, BYU Press
Evening Democrat Newspaper of Ft. Madison, Iowa - Thursday September 11, 1913
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page is dedicated to the continuing research of the family and the
researchers who continue with me to sift through the ancient records of the New England and New York.
Stage 1 /Connecticut / New York / More Newberry's in New York / Samuel Smith / Smith Farm / Revolution /
Old School Baptists /Native people in New England / Stage 2 / Ohio / Missouri / Illinois & Iowa / Nauvoo /
Flight to SW Iowa / The Half Breed Tract / Cutlerite membership / dissidence in Nauvoo / Death of James Newberry /
Wives and Family / Children who Went west /Stage 3 /Exodus to Utah / Utah / Morrisites / Hannah's Children /
Hannah's Necklace / genealogy table / Addenda /Newberry Brick Walls / Whispers - beginning the search /
Bibliography / Family Album / Jonathan Newberry Bible /