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Calloway, Colin G. 1990. THE WESTERN ABENAKIS OF VERMONT, 1600-1800-War, Migration, and the survival of an Indian People. University of Oklahoma Press.
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Campbell, Karen Stites. 1996. Propaganda, Pestilence, and Prosperity: Burlington's Camptown Days During the War of 1812. VERMONT HISTORY- The proceedings of the Vermont Historical Society. Summer 1996.
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Central Vermont Railroad Passenger Dept. 1892. Summer Homes among the Green Hills of Vermont and along the Shores of Lake Champlain. St. Albans, VT: The St. Albans Messenger Job Print.
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Cohn, Arthur B. 1987. An incident Not Known to History: Squire Ferris and Benedict Arnold at Ferris Bay, October 13, 1776. Montpelier, Vermont: VERMONT HISTORY- The Vermont Historical Society.
Cohn, Arthur B. 2003. Lake Champlain's Sailing Canal Boats: An Illustrated Journey from Burlington Bay to the Hudson River. Basin Harbor, Vermont: Lake Champlain Maritime Museum. http://www.lcmm.org
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