Public Lectures, Podcasts and Articles

by Alexander R. Cain

Published Articles

 

The Loyalist Refugee Experience in Canada

The Loyalist Guides of Lexington and Concord

Anxiety and Distress: Civilians Inside the Siege of Boston

The April 19, 1775 Civilian Evacuation of Lexington

Massachusetts Privateers During the Siege of Boston

Podcasts

Massachusetts Privateers During the Siege of Boston

 

Public Lectures

This is My Little Girl That I Was So Afraid the Red Coats Would Get” - The April 1775 Civilian Evacuations of Middlesex and Essex Counties

“We Could Easily Trace the March of Troops from the Smoke Which Arose Over Them” -The Experience of the Men and Women at the Battles of Lexington and Concord

“The Improvement of the Militia in General in the Art Military Has Been Therefore Thought Necessary” - A Review of the Militia Laws and Regulations on the Eve of Lexington and Concord

Heads of Families and Men of Substance - The Rise of the Minute Men in the Merrimack Valley Region of Massachusetts and the York County Region of the Maine Province

Each Party Was Supposed to Have a Tory Pilot - The Loyalist Guides and Volunteers of April 19, 1775

I See Nothing But the Horrors of a Civil War - The Loyalist Experience During and After the 1777 Saratoga Campaign

“To See That the Plans of the Provincial Congresses Are Faithfully Carriede into Executione” - A Review of the Arms and Equipment Carried by Captain John Parker’s Company at the Battle of Lexington

“Every Circumstance Concurs to Lead the General to Suppose the Campaign Will Open  Early" - A Snapshot Study of Captain Edmund Munroe’s Company, Colonel Bigelow’s 15th Massachusetts Regiment, General John Glover’s Brigade

Research Articles

Documentation Regarding Arms and Equipment of Massachusetts Minute and Militia Companies With an Emphasis on John Parker’s Lexington Company

“To Put Themselves in a Position of Defense Against Their Enemies” - Primary Source Evidence of Captain John Parker’s Company Drilling in Preparation for War (1774-1775)

Timeline of the Battle of Lexington

“This is My Little Girl That I Was So Afraid the Red Coats Would Get" - The April 19, 1775 Civilian Evacuation of Lexington

Fear and Flight: Civilian Evacuations of Middlesex and Essex Counties, April 18-22, 1775

Lexington Militiamen Who Submitted Claims for Lost Property at the Battle of Lexington

Heads of Families and Men of Substance: The Rise of the Minute Men in the Merrimack Valley Region of Essex County, Massachusetts

Each Party Was Supposed to Have a Tory Pilot:   Loyalist Guides and Volunteers on  April 19, 1775

Almost Every Countenance Expressing Anxiety & Distress: The Aftermath of Lexington and Concord in Boston

Interdiction Efforts by Massachusetts Privateers During the Siege of Boston

 "Loyalists in Great Distress" - The Loyalist Refugee Experience in Canada

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