Flick, A. C. New Sources on the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign in 1779; Published in The Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association, July, 1929. Albany, NY: New York State Historical Association, 1929.
Green wrappers, 6 1/2 x 9 inches, this issue is pp. (185)-264 pp., several plates. Ink note on the front cover and ink underlining/marginalia in the Sullivan-Clinton article, which is 39 pp. long. Fair. Paperback. 
New primary source material discovered after the publication in 1887 of General Sullivan's Indian Expedition led the author to further insight and new information regarding this important Revolutionary War campaign. It was launched to reduce the pressure of military raids by American Loyalists and their Indian allies in central New York and northern Pennsylvania; to protect the northwestern frontier of the United States.