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Frederick W. Hodge, Spanish Explorers in the Southern United States (New York, 1907); George P. Hammond and Agpito Rey, Narratives of the Coronado Expedition 1540-1542 (Albuquerque, 1940); Max L. Moor- head, The Apache Frontier; Jacobo Ugarte and Spanish-Indian Relations in Northern New Spain, 1769-1791 (Norman, 1968); Philip Wayne Powell, Soldiers, Indians and Silver; The Northwest Advance of New Spain 1550- 1600 (Berkeley, 1969); Francis Russell Hart, Admirals of the Caribbean (Boston, 1922); C. Harvey Gardiner, Naval Power in the Conquest of Mexico (Austin, 1956).


See Douglas E. Leach, "The Military System of Plymouth Colony", New England Quarterly, (1951), 342-364; Darrett B. Rutman, "The Virginia Company and Its Military Regime", in his The Old Dominion; Essays For Thomas Perkins Abernathy (Charlottesville, 1964).


Stephen Saunders Webb, "Officers and Governors: The Role of the British Army in Imperial Politics and the Administration of the American Colo- nies, 1689-1722", Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Wis- consin, 1965; and Richard Arthur Preston, Gorges of Plymouth Fort; A Life of Sir Ferdinando Gorges, Governor of New England, and Lord of the Province of Maine (Toronto, 1953); Stephen Saunders Webb, "The Strange Career of Francis Nicholson", William and Mary Quarterly, (1966), 513-546.


On the Spanish, see Woodbury Lowery, The Spanish Settlements within the Present Limits of the United States 1513-1561 (New York, 1901); John Lynch, Spain Under the Hapsburgs, Volume I, Empire and Absolutism 1516-1598 (Oxford, 1965); John Preston Moore, Revolt in Louisiana; The Spanish Occupation 1766-1770 (Baton Rouge, 1976); Max L. Moorhead, "The Private Contract System of Presidio Supply in Northern New Spain", Hispanic American Historical Review (February 1961), 31-54; Jack D. L. Holmes, Honor and Fidelity; The Louisiana Infantry Regiment and the Louisiana Militia Companies, 1766-1821 (Birmingham, 1965); as well as Charles C. Di Peso, "The Sobaipuris: Defenders of the San Pedro Valley Frontier"; Charles W. Polzer, S. K., "Long Before the Blue Dragoons: Spanish Operations in Northern Sonora and Pimeria Alta", and Joseph P. Sanchez, "The Catalonian Volunteers and their Assignments in North- western New Spain, 1767-1803", all in Views on the Military History of the Indian-Spanish-American Southwest 1598-1886; A Seminar at Fort Huachuca, Arizona, 1976; and C. Alan Hutchinson, Frontier Settlement in Mexican California; The Hujar-Padres Colony, and Its Origins, 1769-1835 (New Haven, 1969); and a provocative new Roman study is Edward N. Luttwak, The Grand Strategy of the Roman Empire From the First Century A.D. To The Third (Baltimore, 1976).

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