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Bacon, Lydia. Mrs. Lydia B. Bacon's Journal, 1811-1812. Indiana Magazine of History XL (1944): 367-386 and XLI (1945): 59-79.

Basset, Henry. Letter to General Frederick Haldimand. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections 19 (1891): 296-299.

Bates, Frederick. Life and Papers of Frederick Bates. Edited by Thomas Maitland Marshall. St. Louis: Missouri Historical Society, 1926. 2 volumes.

Beall, William K. Journal. American Historical Review 17 (July 1912): 783-808. He was a prisoner of war on a ship off Detroit during the War of 1812.

Beebe, Silas. A trip from Utica, New York, to Ingham County, Michigan. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections 1 (1877): 187-192.

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Bouganville, Louis Antoine. 1757: Memoir of Bougainville. Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. XVIII (1908): 167-195. Not a first hand account, but from reliable sources.

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Bronson, Electa see Steward, Mrs. Electa.

Brown, Samuel R. Views of the Campaign of the Northwestern Army &c. Comprising...View of the Lake coast from Sandusky to Detroit. Philadelphia: Printed for William G. Murphey, 1815.

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Bunn, Matthew. Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Matthew Bunn in an Expedition against the North-western Indians, in the years 1791, 2,3,4, and 5. Batavia, NY: Printed for the author by Adams & Thorp, 1828.

Burnet, Jacob. Notes on the Early Settlement of the North-western Territory. Cincinnati: Bradley & Co., 1847.

Byfield, Shadrach. Narrative of a Light Company Soldier's Service in the Forty-first Regiment of Foot.(1807-1814). NY: William Abbott, 1910. Being Extra Number 11 of the Magazine of History with Notes and Queries.

Cadillac, Antoine Laumet de Lamothe. Account of Detroit. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections 33 (1904): 131-151.

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Carver, J. Travels through the Interior parts of North America, in the Years 1766, 1767, and 1768. London: Printed for the Author by William Richardson, 1829.

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Chase, Supply. A Pioneer Minister. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections 5 (1884): 52-60.

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Clark, John. Gleanings by the Way. Philadelphia: W. J. & J. K. Simon, 1842.

Colburn, J. G. W. see Doty, Sile

Colton, C. Tour of the American Lakes, and Among the Indians of the North-west Territory in 1830: Disclosing the Character and Prospects of the Indian Race. London: Frederick Westley and A.H. Davis, 1933. 2 volumes.

Croghan, George. George Croghan's Letters and Journals Relating to Tours into the Western Country- November 16, 1750 - November, 1765. In Early Western Travels, volume 1. Edited by Reuben Gold Thwaites. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1904.

Cumming, John. The Mormon Era in Detroit. Detroit Historical Society Bulletin 24 (March 1968): 4-9.

D'Aigremont, Francois. Summary of an Inspection of the Posts of Detroit and Michilimackinac Translated from Cass transcripts from Paris Archives. Collections of State Historical Society of Wisconsin. 1902: 251-257.

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Darnell, Elias. Journal containing an Accurate and Interesting Account of the Hardships, Sufferings, Battles, Defeat and Captivity of those Heroic Kentucky Volunteer and Regulars, Commanded by General Winchester, in the Years 1812-1813. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo, 1854. He escaped the Indians by hiding in a potato cellar near Detroit.

Delafield, Joseph. Unfortified Boundary: A Diary of the First Survey of the Canadian Boundary Line from St. Regis to the Lake of the Woods. Edited by Robert McElroy and Thomas Riggs. NY: Privately Printed, 1943.

D'Eres, Charles. Memoirs of Charles Dennis Rouso [Rusoe] D'Eres, a Native of Canada who was with the Scanyaw Tauragahroote [sic] Indians Eleven Years, with a Particular Account of his Sufferings, &c During his Tarry with Them, and His Safe Return to His Family Connections in Canada. Exeter, Henry Ranlet, 1800.

Dewey, F. A. Some Sketches of Long Ago. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections 14 (1889): 528-530.

A Diary of the War of 1812. Mississippi Valley Historical Review. 1 (September, 1914): 272-278.

Dodge, John. Narrative of Mr. John Dodge during his Captivity at Detroit. With an Introductory Note by Clarence Monroe Burton. Cedar Rapids, IA: Torch Press, 1903.

Dort, Titus. A Personal Reminiscence. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections 1 (1878): 507-509.

Doty, Sile. The Life of Sile Doty the Most Noted Thief and Daring Burglar of His Time: The Leader of a Gang of Counterfeiters, Horse Thieves and Burglars of the New England, Middle and Western States. The Terror of Mexico during 1849. Compiled by J.G.W. Colburn. Toledo. OH: Blade Printing & Paper Co., 1880.

Douglas, Ephraim. Ephraim Douglas and His Times; a Fragment of History. Edited by Clarence C. Burton. NY: William Abbatt, 1910. Being Extra No. 10 of the Magazine of History with Notes and Queries.

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Du Buisson, Jacques-Charles. Official Report, Made by the Commanding Officer, Mr. Dubuisson, to the Governor General of Canada, of the War which took place at Detroit, in 1712, between the French and their Allies, and the Ottagamie and Mascoutins Indians. Detroit: 1845.

Ellis, Albert. 54 Years recollections of Men and Events in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Historical Society Collections 7 (1876): 207-268.

Evans, Estwick. A Pedestrious Tour, of Four Thousand Miles, through the Western States and Territories, during the Winter and Spring of 1818. Concord, NH: Joseph C. Spear, 1819.

Faux, W. Memorable Days in America: Being a Journal of a Tour to the United States, Principally Undertaken to Ascertain...the Condition and Probable Prospects of British Emigrants. London: W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, 1823.

Featherstonhaugh, G. W. Canoe Voyage up the Minnay Sotor; With an Account of the Lead and Copper Deposits in Wisconsin. London: R. Bentley, 1847. 2 volumes

Finley, James B. Autobiography...or Pioneer Life in the West. Cincinnati: Methodist Book Concern, 1854.

Fisher, Benjamin. Report on the Condition of the Fort in 1792. In: The Centennial Celebration of the Evacuation of the Detroit by the British. Detroit: The Committee, 1896.

Flint, Timothy. The Life and Adventures of Daniel Boone, the First Settler of Kentucky. Cincinnati: U.P. James, 1868.

Gavitt, Elnathan. Crumbs from My Saddle Bags or, Reminiscences of Pioneer Life and Biographical Sketches. Toledo, OH: Blade Printing & Paper Co., 1884.

Gilman, Chandler Robbins. Life on the Lakes; Being Tales and Sketches Collected during a Trip to the Pictured Rocks of Lake Superior. NY: George Dearborn, 1836. 2 volumes

Gist, Thomas. Thomas Gist's Indian captivity, 1758-1759. Edited by Howard H. Peckham. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. 80 (July 1956): 310-311.

Griffiths, D. Jun. Two years' residence in the settlements of Ohio, North America: with Directions to Emigrants. London: Westley and Davis, 1835.

Hamilton, Henry. Letter to the Earl of Dartmouth relative to the Post of Detroit. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections 10 (1888): 264-270.

Harrow, Alexander. From the Logbook of Capt. Alexander Harrow, in Command of the "Angelica" July 27- Sept. 2, and the "Dunmore," Sept. 2 - Nov. 23, 1781. Burton Historical Collection Leaflet 2 (January 1924): 26-29.

Hay, Jehu. Diary of the Siege of Detroit. F.B. Hough, ed. Albany, 1860. Too long to include.

Heckewelder, John G. E. A Narrative of the Mission among the Delaware and Mohegan Indians, from its Commencement, in the year 1740, to the close of the year 1808. Philadelphia: M'Carty & Davis, 1820.

Hennepin, Jean Louis. A New Discovery of a Vast Country in America. Reprinted from the 2nd London issue of 1698 by Reuben Gold Thwaites. Chicago: A.C. McClurg, 1903.

Heriot, George. Travels through the Canadas, Containing a Description of the Picturesque Scenery on some of the Rivers and Lakes; with an Account of Productions, Commerce, and Inhabitants of those Provinces. Philadelphia: M. Carey, 1813.

Hoffman, Charles Fenno. A Winter in the West; by a New Yorker. NY: Harper & Bros., 1835. 2 volumes.

Howard, Nancy. Mrs. Nancy Howard of Port Huron, and her interesting recollections. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections 14 (1890): 531-535.

Howe, Frances R. The Story of a French Homestead in the Old Northwest. Columbus, OH: Press of Nitschke Bros., 1907.

Hoyt, William C. Early Recollections. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections 5 (1884): 61-63.

Hubbard, Bela. Memorials of a half-century in Michigan and the Lake region. NY: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1887.

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Hull, William. Message from the President of the United States, Transmitting a Report from the Governor, and Presiding Judge, of the Territory of Michigan, Relative to the Sate of that Territory. City of Washington: A. & G. Way, Printers, 1805.

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Imlay, George. A Topographical Description of the Western Territory of North America, Containing an Account of its Climate, Population, Manners and Customs, etc. London, 1792. Not a first hand account for the Detroit region.

Jameson, Anna. Winter Studies and Summer Rambles in Canada. NY: Wiley and Putnam, 1839. 2 volumes.

Johnson, William. The Papers of Sir William Johnson. Prepared for publication by Milton W. Hamilton. Albany: University of the State of New York. Volume 8: 248-259.

Johnston, Charles. A Narrative of the Incidents Attending the Capture, Detention, and Ransom of Charles Johnston, of Botetourt County, Virginia, Who was Made Prisoner by the Indians on the River Ohio, in the year 1790. NY: J. & J. Harper, 1827.

Jones, David. Extracts from the original manuscript journal of Rev. David Jones, A.M. Chaplain of the United States Legion, under Major-General Wayne, during the Indian Wars of 1794-5-6. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collection 8 (1886): 392-395.

Kinzie, Mrs. John. Wau-Bun, the "early day" in the North-west. NY: Derby and Jackson, 1856. Not first hand account of Detroit.

Kirkland, Caroline M. A New Home, or, Life in the Clearings. Edited and with an Introduction by John Nerber. NY: Putnam, 1953.

Lahontan, Baron de. New Voyages to North America. Chicago: McClurg, 1905. Reprint edition.

Lamb, Rev. C. A. Reminiscences by C.A. Lamb. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections 5 (1884): 46-51.

Lees, John. Journal of J.L., of Quebec, Merchant. Detroit: Society of Colonial Wars of the State of Michigan, Speaker-Hines Press, 1911.

Lery, Joseph Gaspard Chaussegros. Journey to Detroit in 1749. In The Windsor Border Region Canada's Southernmost Frontier: A Collection of Documents. Edited by Ernest J. Lajeunesse. Toronto: Champlain Society, 1960.

Lindley, Jacob. Expedition to Detroit, 1793. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections, 17 (1892): 584-617.

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McKenney, Thomas Loraine. Sketches of a Tour to the Lakes, of the Character and Customs of the Chippeway Indians, and Incidents Connected with the Treaty of Fond du Lac. Baltimore: Fielding Lucas, 1827.

Marchand, Jean-Baptiste. Letter to Hubert. In Windsor Border Region: Canada's Southernmost Frontier: A Collection of Documents. Edited with an Introduction by Ernest J. Lajeunesse. Toronto: Champlain Society, 1960.

Marryat, Capt. A Diary in America with Remarks on its Institutions. Philadelphia: Carey & Hart, 1939.

Martineau, Harriet. Society in America. NY: Saunders and Otley, 1837. 2 volumes

Mason, Emily Virginia. Chapters from the Autobiography of an Octogenarian, 1830-1850. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections 35 (1907): 248-258.

Massey, H. Traveling on the Great Lakes when Detroit was Young. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections 7 (1886): 131-133.

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Merritt, W. H. Journal of Events, Principally on the Detroit and Niagara Frontiers [1812-1815]. In Select British Documents of the Canadian War of 1812. Volume 3, Part 2. NY: Greenwood Press, 1968. Facsimile edition.

Misouaki. Indian Affairs around Detroit in 1706. Speech of Miskouaki, an Ottawa Chief to the Marquis Vaudreiul, Governor of Canada and His Reply, September 1706. Translated by Col. Charles Whittesey from a manuscript brought with other historical papers from Paris by Gen. Lewis Cass. IN: Western Reserve Historical Society, Historical and Archaeological Tracts, no. 8, December 1871.

Mission of the Hurons at Detroit, 1733-56. Jesuit Relations 69: 241-277 and 70:20-77. Too much to include.

Monroe, James. A Narrative of a Tour of Observation Made during the Summer of 1817, by James Monroe, President of the United States, through the North-eastern and North-western Departments of the Union with a View to the Examination of their Several Military Defences. Philadelphia: S.A. Mitchell & H. Ames, 1818.

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Moore, Joseph. Expedition to Detroit, 1793. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections 17 (1892): 632 - 666.

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Neidhard, Karl. Reise Nach Michigan in Sommer 1834. Translated by Frank X. Baum. Michigan History 35 (1951): 32-84.

Noble, Harriet. In The Pioneer Women of the West by Mrs. Elizabeth F. Ellet. Philadephia: Porter & Coates, 1873.

Norton, John. The Journal of Major John Norton, 1816. Edited with introduction and notes by Carl F. Klinck and James J. Talman. Toronto: Champlain Society, 1970.

Nowlin, William. Bark Covered House, or Back in the Woods Again; being a Graphic and Thrilling Description of Real Pioneer Life in the Wilderness of Michigan. Detroit: the Author, 1876.

Nuttal, Thomas. Nuttal's Travels into the Old Northwest; an Unpublished 1810 Diary. Edited by Jeannette E. Graustein. Chronica Botanica 14 (1950/51): 57-64.

Nye, Thomas. Two Letters of Thomas Nye relating to a Journey from Montreal to Chicago in 1837. Edited by Hugh McLellan. Champlain, IL: Privately printed, 1931. Not enough Detroit.

Palmer, Friend. Detroit in 1827 and after. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections 35 (1907): 272-283.

Palmer, Friend. Early Days in Detroit: Papers written by General Friend Palmer, of Detroit, being his Personal Reminiscences of Important Events and Descriptions of the City for over Eighty Years. Detroit: Hunt and June, 1906. Too much to add more than one selection, above.

Palmer, Jane. A Lady who knew Detroit as a frontier post. Michigan Pioneer and Historical Collections 14 (1889): 535-539.

Palmer, Thomas Witherell. Detroit in 1837. Recollections of Thomas W. Palmer. Detroit: Burton Abstract & Title Co., 1922.

Pare, Father George. The Cicotte Book. Bulletin of the Detroit Historical Society 14 (February 1958): 10-15.

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Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe. Narrative Journal of Travels through Northwestern Regions of the United States, Extending from Detroit through the Great Chain of American Lakes to the Sources of the Mississippi River. Performed as a Member of the Expedition under General Cass in the year 1820. Albany, NY: E. and E. Hosford, 1821.

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