Stone, William L. Border Wars of the American Revolution, in two volumes. Cranbury, NJ: The Scholar's Bookshelf, 2005. ISBN: 9780945726791. 
New. 384 + 381 pp., 2 volumes in 1. New. Paperback.
"One of the most complete histories ever published of the place of Canadians and Native Americans in the American Revolution, starting with an account of Joseph Brant and moving right into the events on the frontier, especially in New York, the divisions among the Loyalists, the role of natives in the Hudson campaigns and Saratoga, the mounting of expeditions against the natives by the Continentals, and the hostilities, especially those involving Brant, that extended well past the end of the war. Reprint edition. 2 Volumes in 1. 2005: 765 pages." - publisher.