A partial list; additions are made from time to time.
Allen, William. The American Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Account of the Lives, Characters, and Writings of the Most Eminent Persons Deceased in North America from Its First Settlement. Boston: John P. Jewett, 1857
Ayer, Sarah Connell. Diary of Sarah Connell Ayer: Andover and Newburyport, Massachusetts; Concord and Bow, New Hampshire; Portland and Eastport, Maine. Andover: Lefavor-tTower Company, 1910.
Bartlett, J. Gardner. Robert Coe, Puritan, his ancestors and descendants 1340-1910. Boston: Published for private circulation by the author, 1911.
Bowditch, Nathaniel Ingersoll. A History of the Massachusetts General Hospital. Boston: J. Wilson & Son, 1851.
Burnham, Henry Roderick. Genealogical Records of Henry and Ulalia Burt, the Emigrants who Early Settled at Springfield, Mass., and Their Descendants Through Nine Generations, from 1640 to 1891. Massachusetts: Published by Miss Elizabeth Burt, 1892.
Burt, Federal. “Sketches of the Civil and Ecclesiastical History of Durham, N.H., by the late Rev. Federal Burt.” Collections, Volume 5. New Hampshire Historical Society, Concord, 1837.
Burt, Federal. “An Address, delivered at Durham, N.H. September 4th, 1815 before the Old Hundred Sacred Musick Society, on occasion of their first annual meeting.” Durham (N.H.): Old Hundred Sacred Musick Society, 1815.
Burt, Henry Martin and Burt, Silas Wright. Early Days in New England: Life and Times of Henry Burt of Springfield and Some of His Descendants. Genealogical and Biographical Memoir of James and Richard Burt of Taunton, Mass., and Thomas Burt, MP. of England. Springfield: C.W. Bryan Company, 1893.
Cooper, Samuel. A Dictionary of Practical Surgery: Comprehending All the Most Interesting Improvements, From the Earliest Times Down to the Present Period; An Account of the Instruments, Remedies, and Applications Employed in Surgery: The Etymology and Signification of the Principal Terms; and Numerous References to Ancient and Modern Works, Forming Together a “Catalogue Raisonée” of Surgical Literature: with A Variety of Original Facts and Observations. Fourth edition. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Brown, 1822.
Cushing, Harvey. “The Personality of a Hospital.” Massachusetts General Hospital Memorial & Historical Volume Together with the Proceedings of the Centennial of the Opening of the Hospital. Boston: Griffith-Stillings Press, 1921
Eddy, R. H. (Robert Henry). Genealogical data respecting John Pickering of Portsmouth, N.H., and his descendants. Boston, 1884.
French, Jonathan. “Memoir of Rev. Federal Burt, of Durham, a member of the Society.” Collections, Volumes 3-4. New Hampshire Historical Society, Concord. 1832.
Hayward, George. Surgical reports, and miscellaneous papers on medical subjects. Boston: Phillips, Sampson and Company, 1855
Hayward, George. Statistics of the Amputations of Large Limbs that Have Been Performed at the Massachusetts General Hospital: From Its Establishment to Jan. 1, 1850. Boston: David Clapp, Printer, 1850
Hurd, D. Hamilton. History of Rockingham and Strafford Counties, New Hampshire: with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men. Philadelphia: J. W. Lewis, 1882
Lawrence, Robert F. The New Hampshire churches; comprising histories of the Congregational and Presbyterian churches in the state, with notices of other denominations: also containing many interesting incidents connected with the first settlement of towns. Claremont (New Hampshire): Claremont Manufacturing Company, 1856
Scales, John. History of Strafford County New Hampshire and Representative Citizens. Chicago: Richmond-Arnold, 1914.
The First Parish in Dover. The First Parish in Dover, New Hampshire: Two Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary, October 28, 1883. Dover (N.H.), 1884
Stackpole, Everett Schermerhorn; Thompson, Lucien; Meserve, Winthrop Smith. History of the town of Durham, New Hampshire (Oyster River Plantation) with genealogical notes.
Town of Durham, 1913.
Wardrop, James. Observations on Fungus Haematodes or Soft Cancer: In Several of the Most Important Organs of the Human Body: Containing Also a Comparative View of the Structure of Fungus Haematodes and Cancer. With Cases and Dissections. Edinburgh: George Ramsay & Company, 1809. This volume includes an illustration of a tumor on the forearm, such as Federal Burt had; the image is not for the faint of heart.
Warren, Edward. The Life of John Collins Warren, M.D.: Comp. Chiefly from His Autobiography and Journals, Volume 1. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1860
Warren, Edward. The life of John Warren, M.D., surgeon-general during the war of the revolution; first professor of anatomy and surgery in Harvard College; president of the Massachusetts Medical Society, etc. Boston: Noyes, Holmes, 1874.
Warren, Wendy. New England Bound: Slavery and Colonization in Early America. New York: W. W. Norton, 2016.
Wisner, Benjamin Bydenburg. A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of the Hon. William Phillips: Preached on the Third of June, 1827, Being the Sabbath After the Funeral.
Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins, 1827
Wood, Frederic James. The Turnpikes of New England and Evolution of the Same through England, Virginia, and Maryland. Boston: Marshall Jones Company, 1819.
The United States Literary Gazette. Vol 1. Published by Cummings, Hillard & Co. Boston, March 15, 1825
Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. XLIII, p 173, 1851, edited by J. V. C. Smith, MD