Winslow Papers

Bibliography of Sources on Edward Winslow

There is no full-length biography of Edward Winslow. The most detailed examination of his life can be found in a manuscript written by Maude Maxwell Vesey in the 1930s that is located in the University of New Brunswick Archives. For the period of his life that he lived in New Brunswick, Ann Gorman Condon's entry in the Dictionary of Canadian Biography (DCB) offers an excellent summary. Sibley's Harvard Graduates (vol. 16) and Raymond's Winslow Letters, 1776-1825 also offer valuable details on Winslow's life. Robert L. Dallison's The American Revolution and the Founding of New Brunswick provides information on the Loyalist regiments that settled in New Brunswick.


Condon, Ann Gorman. "Edward Winslow," Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Vol. 4: 865-869.

Dallison, Robert L. The American Revolution and the Founding of New Brunswick. The New Brunswick Military Heritage Series, Volume 2. Fredericton: Goose Lane Editions and The New Brunswick Military Heritage Project, 2003.

William Odber Raymond. Winslow Papers A.D. 1776-1826. Saint John: New Brunswick Historical Society, 1901.

"Judge Edward Winslow." Sibley's Harvard Graduates. Ed Clifford K. Stanley. Vol 16. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press, 1972, 274-291.

Maude Maxwell Vesey, Manuscript Biography of Edward Winslow, University of New Brunswick Archives, Fredericton New Brunswick.