,3-69, traces the devolutionary process for the critical issue -- public
Richard H. Kohn, Eagle and Sword (New York, 1975), deals most fully with the military establishment that emerged from the Revolution. On the Newburg "conspiracy" of 1782-1783, various interpretations are argued in The William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd series, XXVII (1970), 187-220, XXIX (1972), 143-158, and XXXI (1974), 273-298.
C.P. Stacey, Canada and the British Army, 1846-1871 (Toronto, rev.ed.,
, 1-45; Francis Paul Prucha, The Sword of the Republic: The United
States Army on the Frontier, 1783-1846 (New York, 1969); Gerald S. Graham, Empire of the North Atlantic (London, 2nd ed., 1958). Also con- taining useful information and documents is A History of the ... Military and Naval Forces of Canada from the Peace of Paris in 1763, especially vols. I-II (Ottawa, 1919-20).
Charles C. Cumberland, Mexico, The Struggle for Modernity (New York,