Samuel Allen House, Chappaqua

Photograph by Gray Williams

Richard Maass Collection on Arnold/Andre

Donated to the Westchester County Historical Society, 1998

Abbatt, William

The crisis of the Revolution, being the story of Arnold and André.... With a new preface: William Abbatt and his historical work, by Jeff Canning. New York, William Abbatt, 1899, reprinted by Harbor Hills Books, Harrison, N.Y., 1976. Front. (port.), illus., maps, ports. Bibl. 264pp. Dust jacket.

André, John

The cow chace; an heroemck poem, in three cantos, written at New York, 1780 ... with explanatory notes by the editor. London, printed for John Fielding, 1781. 32pp.

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Albany, N.Y., Joel Munsell, 1866. 69pp. One of 100 copies printed.)

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Cincinnati, Robert Clarke & Co., 1869. 29pp. One of 25 copies printed for libraries; presentation copy inscribed by Robert Clarke.

André, John

...journal; an authentic record of the movements and engagements of the British army in America as recorded day to day from June 1777 to November 1778. Edited by Henry Cabot Lodge. Boston, The Bibliophile Society, 1903. Facsims., illus., maps, ports. 2v. (boxed). One of 487 copies printed.

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Also includes The ethics of Major André's mission, by C. DeW. Willcox. Tarrytown, N.Y., William Abbatt, 1930. Front. (port.). Index. 128pp.

Andréana, containing the trial, execution and various matters connected with the history of Major John André....
Philadelphia, Horace W. Smith, 1865. Illus. 67pp.

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Facsimile edition, unbound signatures. Philadelphia, Francis Bailey, 1780.

Arnold, Isaac N

The life of Benedict Arnold; his patriotism and his treason. Chicago, Jansen, McClurg & Company, 1880. Front. (port.). Index. 440pp. (boxed).

Avery, Rufus

Narrative of Jonathan Rathbun, with accurate accounts of the capture of Groton Fort, the massacre that followed, and the sacking and burning of New London, September 6, 1781, by the British forces under the command of the traitor Benedict Arnold, by Rufus Avery and Stephen Hempstead, eye witnesses of the same. [New London, 1840]. 80pp.

Bailey, Anthony

Major André. New York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1987. 200pp.

Barbe-Marbois, Francois de

Complot d'Arnold et de Sir Henry Clinton contres les Etats-Unis d'Amerique et contre le General Washington, Septembre 1780. Paris, P. Didot, 1816. Front. (map), ports, map. 184pp. 3 copies.

Barnum, H L

The spy unmasked; or, Memoirs of Enoch Crosby, alias Harvey Birch, the hero of Mr. Cooper's tale of the neutral ground.... New York, J. & J. Harper, 1828. Front. (port.), illus. 206pp.

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Fishkill, N.Y., Fishkill Weekly Times, 1886. Front. (port.), illus. 152pp.

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Harrison, N.Y., Harbor Hill Books, 1975. Illus. 219pp. Dust jacket.

Barrett, James Francis

The Loyalist; a story of the American Revolution. New York, P. J. Kenedy & Sons, 1920. 388pp.

[Benson, Egbert]

Vindication of the captors of Major André. New York, Kirk and Mercein, 1817, reprinted for Joseph Sabin, New York, 1865. 84pp. 2 copies of 200 printed.

Biddle, Charles J

The case of Major André, with a review of the statement of it in Lord Mahon's History of England. In Memoirs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, vol. VI. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1858. Index. Pp.317-416. 2 copies.

Boylan, Brian Richard

Benedict Arnold; the dark eagle. New York, W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1973. Index. 266pp. Dust jacket. 2 copies.

Codman, John, 2nd

Arnold's expedition to Quebec. Special edition, with added matter and illustrations, edited by William Abbatt. London, published for William Abbatt by the Macmillan Company, 1903. Front. (port.), illus., maps. Index. 371pp. 2 copies of 245 printed.

[Cooper, James Fenimore]

The spy; a tale of the neutral ground. Fourth edition. New York, Charles Wiley, 1824. Vol. 2 only of 2 volumes.

Decker, Malcolm

Benedict Arnold, son of the havens. New York, Antiquarian Press, Ltd., 1961. Front., illus., maps. Bibl., index. 534pp. One of 750 copies printed.

Denier, Tony

Parlor tableaux; or, Animated pictures for the use of families, schools and public exhibitions. New York, Samuel French, 1868. 76pp. Includes "John André," pp.15-16.

[Dunlap, William]

André; a tragedy in five acts ... to which is added, The Cow-chace, a satirical poem by Major André, with the proceedings of the court-martial and authentic documents concerning him. London, David Ogilvy and Son, 1799. 110pp.

Emerson, Edwin

Benedict Arnold; a drama of the American Revolution in three acts and a prelude. New York, Vail-Ballou Press, Inc., 1924. 142pp. No. 287 of 500 copies printed. Inscribed by the author, 1941.

The European magazine and London review ... for December 1783.

London, John Fielding, 1783. Pp.403-479. Includes report of Arnold/André, Cornwallis, etc., p.421.

Flexner, James Thomas

The traitor and the spy; Benedict Arnold and John André. New York, Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1953. Front. (ports.). Bibl., index. 431pp. Dust jacket.

Also The source references .... 25pp. Inscribed by the author.

Hall, Charles Swain

Benjamin Tallmadge, Revolutionary soldier and American businessman. New York, Columbia University Press, 1943. Front. (port.), port. Bibl., index. 375pp.

Hamilton, Alexander

The fate of Major André; a letter ... to John Laurens. New York, Charles Heartman, 1916. Front. (port.), 21 extra illustrations. 22pp. One of 110 copies printed.

Harper's new monthly magazine,

November 1861. Illus. Pp.721-864. Includes "Benedict Arnold," pp.721-731.

Hart, Albert Bushnell, editor

The Varick Court of Inquiry to Investigate the Implication of Colonel Varick (Arnold's private secretary) in the Arnold Treason. Boston, The Bibliophile Society, 1907. Illus. Index. 470pp. 2 copies (one boxed) of 470 printed.

Hatch, Robert McConnell

Major John André, a gallant in spy's clothing. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1986. Front. (map), illus. Bibl., index. 333pp. Dust jacket.

Hill, George Canning

Benedict Arnold; a biography. New York, Worthington Co., 1888. Front. 295pp.

Howe, Archibald M

Colonel John Brown of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, the brave accuser of Benedict Arnold; an address delivered before the Fort Rensselaer Chapter of the D.A.R. and others ... at the village of Palatine Bridge, New York, September 29, 1908. Boston, W. B. Clarke Company, 1908. 37pp.

Husted, Nathaniel C, editor

Centennial souvenir of the Monument Association of the Capture of André, Tarrytown, September 23, 1880. [New York], printed for the Association, 1881. Front., illus. 167pp.

Ingalsbe, Grenville Mellen

Benedict Arnold. In Proceedings of the New York State Historical Association.... [Cooperstown, N.Y.], New York State Historical Association, 1903. Pp.20-33.

Koke, Richard J

Accomplice in treason; Joshua Hett Smith and the Arnold conspiracy. New York, New-York Historical Society, 1973. Front. (port.), illus., maps. Bibl., index. 325pp. Dust jacket.

Lossing, Benson J

The two spies; Nathan Hale and John André. Also includes Anna Seward's Monody on John André. New York, D. Appleton and Company, 1886. Front., illus. (pen-and-ink sketches by H. Rosa). Index. 169pp. 2 copies.

Martin, James Kirby

Benedict Arnold, Revolutionary hero; an American warrior reconsidered. New York, New York University Press, 1997. Front. (port.), illus., maps, ports. Bibl., index. 535pp. Dust jacket.

Mease, James

Description of some of the medals struck in relation to important events in North America before and since the declaration of independence by the United States June 9th, 1818. New York, J. Seymour, 1821. 20pp. Includes capture of Major André.

Monument Association of the Capture of Andre, Tarrytown, N.Y.

[Articles of incorporation]. New York, Theo. R. Lockwood, 1880. 10pp.

Morpurgo, JE

Treason at West Point; the Arnold-Andre conspiracy. New York, Mason/Charter, 1975. Front. (port.), illus., ports. Bibl., index. 181pp. Dust jacket.

New York (City). Common Council. Select Committee on Erecting a Monument to the Memory of John Paulding

Report ... with an address by the Mayor of the City of New-York. New York, William A. Davis, 1827. 47pp. Presentation copy inscribed by William Paulding, Mayor of New York, to General Jacob Odell of Yonkers.

Proceedings of a board of general officers held by order of His Excellency Gen. Washington ... respecting Major John André ... September 29, 1780, to which are appended, the several letters which passed to and from New-York on the occasion, etc.

Philadelphia, Francis Bailey, 1780. 21pp.

Proceedings of a general court-martial for the trial of Major General Arnold, with an introduction, notes and index.

New York, privately printed [J. Munsell, printer], 1865. Front. (port). Index. 182pp. 1 copy of 100 printed.

Randall, Willard Sterne

Benedict Arnold; patriot and traitor. New York, William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1990. Illus., maps, ports. Bibl., index. 667pp. Dust jacket.

Sargent, Winthrop

The life and career of Major John André, Adjutant-General of the British army in America. Boston, Ticknor and Fields, 1860. Front. (port.). 471pp. 2 copies.

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New edition, with notes and illustrations, edited by William Abbatt. New York, William Abbat, 1902. Front. (port.), illus., folded map. Index. 543pp.

Sellers, Charles Coleman

Benedict Arnold, the proud warrior. New York, Minton, Balch & Company, 1930. Front. (port), illus. Bibl., index. 393pp.

Seward, Anna

Monody on Major André ... to which are added letters addressed to her by Major André in the year 1769. Litchfield, printed and sold by J. Jackson for the author, 1781. 47pp. Signed by the author on p.28. 2 copies (one copy is bound in volume with works by other authors).

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Second edition. Signed by the author on p.28.

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Second New York edition. New York, T. Allen, 1792. 48pp.

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Tenth edition. London, printed for Longman Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown [et al]. Front. 178pp. (Contains works by other authors).

Smith, Joshua Hett

An authentic narrative of the causes which led to the death of Major André, Adjutant-General of His Majesty's forces in North America ... to which is added A monody on the death of Major André, by Miss Seward. London, printed for Mathews and Leigh, 1808. Fronts. 357pp. 4 copies.

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New York, printed for Evert Duyckinck, 1809. Front. (port.). 219pp. 2 copies.

Sparks, Jared

The life and treason of Benedict Arnold. New York, Harper & Brothers, 1839. Front. (port.). 335pp. (Library of American Biography).

Stevens, John Austin

The expedition of Lafayette against Arnold; a paper read before the Maryland Historical Society, January 14th, 1878. Baltimore, Maryland Historical Society, 1878. 36pp. (Maryland Historical Society. Fund-Publication no.13).

Stimson, FJ

My story: being the memoirs of Benedict Arnold, late Major-General in the Continental Army and Brigadier-General in that of His Britanic Majesty. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1917. Front. (port.), map., port. 622pp.

Sullivan, Edward Dean

Benedict Arnold, military racketeer. New York, Vanguard Press, 1932. Front. (port.). Bibl. 306pp.

Tallmadge, Benjamin

Memoir.... Edited by Henry Phelps Johnston. Reprint of original edition, New York, Gilliss Press, 1904. Front. (port.), facsims., illus., maps. 168pp. 2 copies (1 boxed) of 350 printed.

Thacher, James

Observations relative to the execution of Major John André as a spy in 1780, by James Thacher who was present at the execution. Reprinted from New England Magazine for May 1834. 15pp.

Tillotson, Harry Stanton

The beloved spy; the life and loves of Major John André. Limited edition. Caldwell, Idaho, Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1948. Front. (port.), illus. Bibl., index. 199pp. One copy of 1000 printed, signed by the author. Dust jacket.

Tillotson, Harry Stanton

The exquisite exile; the life and fortunes of Mrs. Benedict Arnold. Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co., 1932. Front. (port.), illus. Bibl., index. 205pp.

The Treason of Arnold.

In The National Magazine, vol. III, July-Dec. 1853. New York, Carlton & Phillips, 1853. Illus. Pp.392-403.

Treason of the blackest dye.

Ann Arbor, Mich., William L. Clements Library, 1958. Facsim. 10pp. 2 copies.

U.S. Congress. House of Representatives. Committee on Revolutionary Claims

Heirs of Paulding, Williams and Van Wart; report.... Washington, D.C., 1862. 3pp.

Wallace, Willard M

Traitorous hero; the life and fortunes of Benedict Arnold. New York, Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1954. Front. (port.), illus. Bibl., index. 394pp. Dust jacket.

Willcox, C DeW

The ethics of Major André's mission. In Proceedings of the New York State Historical Association, vol. XV. [Cooperstown, N.Y.], New York State Historical Association, 1916. Illus. Index. Pp.127-137.

Wilson, Lavalette

André's landing-place at Haverstraw; a mooted question settled. In Magazine of American History, vol. XIII no.2, February 1885. Map. Pp.173-176.