CAMPBELL OF INVERNEILL BIBLIOGRAPHY
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McCulloch, Ian MacPherson
Author of several books and papers on Canadian and Scottish Military History, he was of great help in making possible this chapter on Campbell of Inverneill.
McGeachy, Robert A
The American War of Lieutenant Colonel Archibald Campbell of Inverneill
MacInnes, Allan I
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Sir Archibald Campbell of Inverneill; sometime Prisoner of War in the Jail at Concord, Massachusetts. Printed for the author by Thomas Todd, Boston, Beacon Press, 1898.
Text by Trevor Beeson, 5th Edition, May 1985