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Caleb Stark was born in Dumbarton, New Hampshire on November 21, 1804 and took up residence in his birthplace. Stark was a lawyer, historian, and member of the New Hampshire State Senate (1818-1819).
WRITTEN after a moonlight ramble on Drummond's
[Caleb Stark, "The Battle of Lundy's Lane, in Charles James Fox (ed.), The New Hampshire Book. Being Specimens of the Literature of the Granite State 347-48 (Nashua, New Hampshire: H. D. Marshall, 1842)]
Caleb Stark, History of the Town of Dunbarton, Merrimack County, New-Hampshire, from the grant by Mason's assigns, in 1751, to the year 1860 (Concord, New Hampshire: Lyon, 1860) [online text] (Higginson Book Company Pub., 1988)
_________, Memoir and Official Correspondence of Gen. John Stark: With Notices of Several other Officers of the Revolution (Concord, New Hampshire: G.P. Lyon, 1860) [online text] (Boston: Gregg Press, 1972)(George Athan Billias introd.)(1860)(Heritage Books, 1999)
Robert Rogers, Reminiscences of the French war; containing Roger's expeditions with the New-England rangers under his command, as published in London in 1765; with notes and illustrations. To which is added an account of the life and military services of Maj. Gen. John Stark; with notices and anecdotes of other officers distinguished in the French and revolutionary wars (Concord, New Hampshire: H. L. Roby, 1831)
Stark Papers, 1816-1838