This book provides the most detailed analysis of the Battle of Hubbardton. Currently out of print; available in libraries. (Williams, Col. John. Vermont Division for Historic Preservation, 1988, reprinted 2002) Click here for a pdf version of this book.
This book tells the gripping story of the Northern Campaign of the American Revolution, with voices from the American and British sides. The book includes the important role of Mount Independence, and battles of Hubbardton and Bennington. The American Revolution is the most significant event in the nation's past, and the British surrender at Saratoga was the turning point of that struggle. In the summer of 1777 - two years after Lexington, Concord, and Bunker Hill, twelve months after the brave Declaration of Independence - the British launched an invasion from Canada under General John Burgoyne. It was the campaign that was supposed to end the rebellion, but it resulted instead in a series of battles that changed America's history and that of the world. (Ketchum, Richard M., Henry Holt and Company, 1997.) - $21.99
This is an engaging fictional story of young Josiah Freeman during the time of the American withdrawal from Mount Independence in July 1777 and the Battle of Hubbardton. (Ovecka, Janice., New England Press, 1994.) - $10.95