Massachusetts Militia orderly book 1805-1811
Additional Descriptive Data
The following Clements Library collections contain material related to the Massachusetts militia in the early 19th century:
Alvan Boyden papers
Isaac Story papers
- Loring, Joseph. The Militia Reporter: Containing the Trials of Capt. Jos. Loring, jun on the Charges of Gen. Winslow; Capt. Jos. Loring, jun. on the Charges of Maj. Davis; Capt. Amos Binney, on the Charges of Maj. Osgood; Capt. Thomas Howe, on the Charges of Maj. Messinger. Boston: Printed by T. Kennard, 78, State-Street, 1810.
- Loring, Joseph. Minutes And Proceedings of a Division Court Martial, Begun and Holden at Boston, on Tuesday, October 29, 1805: as They Relate to the Trial of Capt. Joseph Loring, jun., one of the Officers Ordered to be Tried by said Court. Boston: Printed by E. Lincoln, 1806.
For the history of the Massachusetts Militia, see also: Welles, John. Papers, on the Defence of Boston and Other Places. Boston, 1813.