Baldwin, Leland B. 1939. Whiskey Rebels: A Story of a Frontier Uprising
U. of Pittsburgh Press. (based mostly on Brackenridge)
Brier, Alan and Hal Gieseking. 1992. Historic Inns of the South. Moore
& Moore Publ. New York.
Brackenridge, Hugh. H. 1795. Incidents of the Insurrection in the
Western Parts of Pennsylvania in the Year 1794. John McCulloch. Philadelphia. (written by Brackenridge to show that he was innocent of the charges against him)
DeMay, John a. 1997. The Settlers' Forts of Western Pennsylvania. Clossen Press. Apollo, PA.
Eckert, Allan W. 1995. That Dark and Bloody River - Chronicles of the Ohio River Valley. Bantam Books. (The Ohio River Valley from 1768 - 1799+)
Ewing, Charles M. 1930. The Causes of that so called Whiskey Insurrection of 1794.(Mostly based on Findley's History of the Insurrection in 1796. Very good from that aspect but the interpretation is very one sided)
Ewing, Charles M. 1930. Treason, Federalists, and Whiskey - Three of a Kind
Feidel, F., and May, E., eds. 1989. Shays's Rebellion
Findley, William. 1796. History of the Insurrection (Findley was a member of the House of Representatives of the United States and formerly of the state legislature)
Kaufman, M., ed.1987. Shays's Rebellion: Selected Essays
Malone, Paul and Lee Malone. 1989. The Majesty of the Felicianas.
Pelican Publ. Gretna, Louisiana.
Slaughter, Thomas P. 1986. The Whiskey Rebellion.
Oxford University Press: (The modern book about the Whiskey Rebellion)
Starkey, M.L .1955. A Little Rebellion
Taylor, R.J. 1954. Western Massachusetts in the Revolution