HALL, Hiland, 1795-1885

Extended Bibliography

Hall, Henry Davis. Memoir of Hon. Hiland Hall, LL.D. Boston: Press of D. Clapp and Son, 1887.

Hall, Hiland. The capture of Ticonderoga, in 1775: A paper read before the Vermont Historical Society, at Montpelier, Tuesday, October 19th, 1869. Montpelier [Vt.]: Polands’ Steam Print., 1869.

———. The history of Vermont, from its discovery to its admission into the Union in 1791. Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell, 1868.

———. Remarks of the Hon. Hiland Hall made in the House of Representatives, May 5, 1834: On presenting a memorial from Windham County, Vermont, on the subject of the removal of the public depositories. Washington: Printed by Gales and Seaton, 1834.

———. Vindication of volume first of the Collections of the Vermont Historical Society from the attacks of the New York Historical Magazine. Montpelier: J.& J. Poland’s Steam Press, 1871.

———. Why the early inhabitants of Vermont disclaimed the jurisdiction of New York, and established an independent government. An address delivered before the New-York Historical Society, December 4th, 1860. Bennington, Vt.: C. A. Pierce, printers, 1872. Reprint, 1884