This is a table of contents to the major pages in this sub site, which is devoted to the history of the Gaspee Affair. Information and analysis are at this site.
American history: English Navy ship Gaspee attack.
1772 Rhode Island attack on the British Navy armed schooner Gaspee
1772 attack on the British Navy schooner Gaspee, part II
Sample Encyclopedia Reference to Gaspee Attack.
Geography, Distances, and Tides of Attack
Order of Events in the attack on Gaspee
Answers to Questions about Events in the Gaspee Affair of the American Revolution
Who shot first in the 1772 capture of the Gaspee?
Importance of the Gaspee Affair in American History.
New information on longboats and men in first attack on British.
Number of Americans in the Gaspee attack.
Longboat Size Colonial Rhode Island before Revolution
Col. Simeon Potter brought Bristol men to attack the Gaspee
Capt. Greenwood brought Warren men to attack the Gaspee.
18th Century American and English Ship Types
Overview Ship Types
Schooner and Sloop
Other Ships Providence
Longboats of Attackers.
Large English fleet assembled to stop the American rebellion.
American use of courts and law as a weapon against English.
Law as Colonial Weapon II
Law as Colonial Weapon III
The Case of John Robinson vs. The Brigantine Providence
Constitutional arguments of American colonists
American attempt to arrest English Captain and jail him.
Mob as Police Force in colonial Rhode Island and Massachusetts
Forensic History: definition and description
List of Americans in Gaspee Attack Force
The first shot in the American Revolution.
Who fired the first shot in the American Revolution?
Joseph Bucklin 4th Biography
Biography of Joseph Bucklin 5th
Ephraim Bowen Biographical Material
John Mawney doctor at American assault on Gaspee
The Brown Brothers, prominent persons of Providence Rhode Island
Rehoboth Connections with Providence
Persons you should know about to understand the Gaspee Affair.
Statements of Participants in Gaspee Affair
EPHRAIM BOWEN'S ACCOUNT OF THE ATTACK UPON THE GASPEE
Dudingston's First Report of the Distruction of the Gaspee
Legal commentary on Dudingston's First Report
Dudingston Petition to King for Relief
Post Gaspee Events
Commission to Investigate
Post Gaspee Events
Bibliography of Gaspee Attack of 1772.