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"A List of the Sons of Liberty who dined at the Liberty Tree Tavern in Dorchester, August 14, 1769,"
Miscellaneous Bound Manuscripts, Massachusetts Historical Society.

For a primary-source account of the Oliver riot and the 1769 anniversary celebration, see:
Thomas Hutchinson, History of the Colony and Province of Massachusetts Bay, edited by Lawrence Shaw Mayo (New York: Kraus Reprint, 1970), vol. 3, pp. 88–89, 146.

For John Adams's account of the 1769 anniversary celebration, see:
Diary and Autobiography of John Adams, edited by L. H. Butterfield, (Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press, 1961), vol. 1, pp. 341342.

For newspaper accounts of the anniversary, see:
Boston Gazette, August 21, 1769.

For a transcription of the List of the Sons of Liberty who dined at the Liberty Tree Tavern in Dorchester, August 14, 1769, see:
Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 1st series, vol. 11 (18691870), p. 140.

For a secondary-source account of the Oliver riot, see:
"Andrew Oliver," Sibley's Harvard Graduates (Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, 1945), vol. 7, pp. 393400.

For a history of the liberty trees and poles in Boston and throughout the colonies, see:
Arthur M. Schlesinger, "Liberty Tree: A Genealogy," New England Quarterly, vol. 25, no. 4 (December 1952), pp. 435458.