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"Return of the six Independent Companies and First Regiment of Maryland Regulars, in the service of the United Colonies, commanded by Colonel Smallwood." American Archives v2:567.
Return of Ramsey's Company. July 9, 1776. Maryland Historical Society, MS 1814.
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Mattson, Donald E. and Walz, Louis D. Old Fort Snelling Instruction Book for Fife: With Music of Early America. St. Paul, MN: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1974.
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