Master of Arts
Kyte, George W.
New York City during the American Revolution, was radically different from other cities on the Atlantic Ocean. Because of its location at the mouth of the Hudson River, control of the city could isolate New England from the rest of the colonies. This paper is concerned with the use to which Loyalists put New York City during the years of the Revolution.
Benton, Allen William, "New York City a loyalist stronghold 1775 - 1783" (1962). Theses and Dissertations. 3125.