Music from Ireland in Colonial America
Expanded information from the Rogues' Consort CD Booklet

Bibliography

Sir William Johnson

Mohawk Baronet: A Biography of Sir William Johnson, by James Thomas Flexner, Syracuse Univ. Press, 2nd ed. 1979.

Johnson, William, Sir, 1715-1774: The papers of Sir William Johnson: Orig. pub Albany: Univ. of State of NY, 1921-1965, 14v.

The Kentucky Gazette, Lexington KY Saturday, July 12, 1788

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Governor Arthur Dobbs

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MUSIC

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