Season 2, Episode 4 – The Battle of the Windmill

AO, F 28, Gowan Family Fonds, letter from Ogle R. Gowan to James R. Gowan, 15 December 1838

LAC, GM 24 A 68, Lord Gosford Fonds, File 2 D 2259/4/14, letter to the Earl of Caledon from James Buchanan, 20 October 1838

LAC, RG 5 B 40, Civil Secretary, records relating to the Rebellions, Upper Canada: Fort Henry, Militia General Court Martial of Nils Szolteocky von Schoultz, 1838

PRONI, D2259/7/5, Papers from 2nd Earl of Gosford as Governor of Lower Canada, Letters from J. Buchanan to Lord Gosford, 1838

Daniel Heustis, A Narrative of the Adventures and Sufferings of Captain Daniel D. Huestis and His Companions in Canada and Van Dieman’s Land during a Long Captivity (Boston: S. W. Wilder, 1848)

Stephen S. Wright, Narrative and Recollections of Van Dieman’s Land, during a Three Years’ Captivity of Stephen S. Wright, Together with an Account of the Battle of Prescott (New York: J. Winchester, 1844)

Upper Canada Gazette Extraordinary, 16 November 1838

Miranda Alison, “Wartime Sexual Violence: Women’s Human Rights and Questions of Masculinity,” Review of International Studies 33, 1 (2007): 75-90

Sharon Block, “Rape without Women: Print Culture and the Politicization of Rape, 1765-1815,” Journal of American History 89, 3 (2002): 849-868

Donald E. Graves, Guns Across the River: The Battle of the Windmill, 1838 (2001)

Jane G. V. McGaughey, Violent Loyalties: Manliness, Migration, and the Irish in the Canadas, 1798-1841 (2020)

Ronald J. Stagg, “Schoultz, Nils von,” in Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. 7 (Toronto: University of Toronto/Université Laval, 1988)

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