SULLIVAN, James, 1744-1808

Extended Bibliography

Sprague, John Francis. Three Men from Maine: Sir William Pepperrell, Sir William Phips, James Sullivan. And A Bit of Old England in New England by Bertram E. Packard. Dover-Foxcroft, Maine: Sprague’s Journal of Maine History, 1924.

Sullivan, James. The History of Land Titles in Massachusetts. 1801. Reprint, buffalo: W. S. Hein, 1981.

———. History of the District of Maine. 1795. Reprint, Augusta: Maine State Museum, [1970].

———. An Impartial Review of the Causes and Principles of the French Revolution. Boston: Printed by Benjamin Edes, 1798.

———. Interesting Correspondence Between His Excellency Governor Sullivan and Col. Pickering; in which the Latter Vindicates Himself Against the Groundless Charges Made Against Him by the Governor and Others. Newburyport: From the Herald-Office. Sold at the Bookstore of Thomas & Whipple, 1808.

———. The Path to Riches. An Inquity into the Origin and Use of Money, and Into the Principles of Stocks and Banks. To Which are Subjoined Some Thoughts Respecting a Bank for the Commonwealth. By a Citizen of Massachusetts. 1792. Reprint, [New York: Reprinted, W. Abbatt, 1933].