Bibliographic Supplement to “Founded on Freedom & Virtue”
by Constantine G. Hatzidimitriou, Ph.D.
Astoria, New York, March 7, 2021
The references below are some of the scholarly studies that were either inadvertently missed in the original publication of 2002 or appeared after the book had gone to press. Unlike the original bibliographic essay, comments are not provided, and they are presented in alphabetical order by the authors last name.
Constantelos, Demetrios, J. “Thomas Jefferson and His Philhellenism,” in Journal of Modern
Hellenism, vol. 12, (Winter 1995) pp. 155-173.
Duprey, Huntley “Kentucky and the Greek War of Independence, 1821-1828,” in Filson Club
History Quarterly vol. 13 (April 1939) 97-117.
Frangos, Steve.,“The Fate of Byron’s Sword,” The Greek American Newspaper, January 13,
“Tales of Greek Slavery in 19th Century America,” in National Herald Newspaper (NH)
English Edition, January 15, 2000;
“Revisiting the Legend of the Forty Orphans of the Greek Revolution,” (NH) November 26, 2009;
“Hellenes in America During the Greek War of Independence,” (NH), January 2, 2010;
“Greek Aires and 1821 War Relief,” (NH) June 10, 2014.
George, Elizabeth, “Through the Eyes of Sailors and Citizens: How Sailors on the USS Constitution
Viewed the Greek Revoluton,” in Bridgewater State University, Undergraduate Review, Article 8,
(2012) pp. 33-39.,
Hatzidimitriou, Constantine, G., “Revisting the Documentation for American Philanthropic Contributions
to Greece’s War of Liberation of 1821,” in Journal of Modern Hellenism vol 31, (2015) pp. 1-22.
Horton, Andrew, S. “Jefferson and Korais: The American Revolution and the Greek Constitution,” in
Comparative Literature Studies, vol. 13, no. 4, (December 1976) 323-329.
Karambelas, Nicholas, G., “The American Declaration of Independence (1776) and the Greek
Proclamation of the Messenian Senate 1821” in American Journal of Contemporary Hellenic Issues
vol. 12 (Spring 2021) pp. 1-11.
Laskaris, Stamatis, “O Philellinismos en Amerike kata ten Elliniken Epanastasin,” Epifyllides, ST’
“Le Philhellenism American, 1821-1828,” in L’Acropole vol. V (1930).
Repousis, Angelo, “The Cause of the Greeks: Philadelphia and the Greek War of Independence, 1821-
1828,” in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 123 (October, 1999) 333-363;
“The Trojan Women: Emma Hart Willard and the Troy Society for the Advancement of Female
Education in Greece,” in Journal of the Early Republic vol. 24, (Fall 2004) 445-476;
Greek-American Relations from Monroe to Truman [chapters 2, 3, 4] (Kent State University Press,
Kent, Ohio: 2013).
Roessel, David Ernest, In Byron’s Shadow: Modern Greece in the English and American Imagination
(Oxford University Press: 2002).
Santelli, Maureen Connors, “Depart from that Retired Circle: Women’s Support of the Greek War for
Independence and Antebellum Reform,” in Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal vol.
15, no. 1 (2017) 194-223.
The Greek Fire: American-Ottoman Relations and Democratic Fervor in the Age of Revolutions
(Cornell University Press: Ithaca and London: 2020).
Topping, Eva Catafaytiou, “Cincinnati Philhellenism in 1824,” in Cincinnati Historical Society Bulletin
vol. 31, (Spring 1973) 127-141.
Trent, James Wise, The Maniest Man: Samuel G. Howe and the Contours of Nineteeth-Century
American Reform (University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst and Boston: 2012).