Rhode Island Revolutionary rolls  1899
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Freneau, Philip. An historical sketch, to the end of the revolutionary war, of the life of Silas Talbot: esq. of the state of Rhode-Island, lately commander of the United States frigate, the Constitution, and of an American squadron in the West-Indies. New-York: Printed by G. & R. Waite, for H. Caritat, 1803.

Howland, John. Notices of the military services rendered by the militia, as well as by the enlisted troops, of the state of Rhode-Island, during the Revolutionary war. [Providence? 1832].

Related Materials

The Clements Library has many items related to Rhode Island during the Revolutionary War, including:

  • The David Bradish orderly book
  • Several items in the Schoff Revolutionary War Collection
    • 1777 August 21: Burton Muster Roll (Rhode Island)
    • 1778 Nov: Burton Muster Roll (Rhode Island)
  • The Nathanael Greene papers
Bibliography

Smith, Joseph Jencks., and James N. Arnold. Civil and military list of Rhode Island. 1800-1850: A list of all officers elected by the General assembly from 1800 to 1850. Also, all officers in revolutionary war, appointed by Continental congress, and in the regular army and navy from Rhode Island, to 1850, including volunteer officers in war of 1812 and Mexican war, and all officers in privateer service during colonial and revolutionary wars, and the war of 1812 ... Compiled from the records. Providence, R.I.: Preston and Rounds Co., 1901.