Edwin H. Munger Biographical Essay
Reference material supporting the captioned biological essay, keyed to the footnotes in the text, is available as follows.
-  Ancestry of Nicholas Munger (b. 1623, d. October 16, 1668), John Munger Ferguson, 2009
-  The Annals of Albany, Vol 1, 1859, Joel Munsell - obituary essay for Robert Hunter
-  Munger Burials in the Munger-Hunter-Wilder Plot at Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester, NY, Kate Cieply, Published: January 10, 2006, University of Rochester - Religion and Classics Department - "Speaking Stones" Papers
-  History of the Mohawk Valley: Gateway to the West 1614-1925, Chapter 88,
-  Pennsylvania Railroad Chronology, 1847, The Pennsylvania Railroad Technical & Historical Society, April 2005 Edition
-  The American Decisions, Vol XL, 1910, pg 33, "Cases in the Supreme Court of Michigan." In the case of Fitch v. Newberry, heard in January 1843, Robert Hunter & Co. is identified as "agents and part owners of the Merchants' Line, a company also engaged in the business of transportation between New York and Michigan."
-  Walker's Buffalo City Directory - 1844
-  Aldrich Wells, eldest son of Chandler Wells, was born in August of 1802, and is thought to be the first white male child born in Buffalo, New York. Re: History of the City of Buffalo and Erie County, H. Perry Smith, 1884.
-  Documents of the Assembly of the State of New York, 1850 - Vol 10
-  Documents of the Assembly of the State of New York, 1853 - Volume 4
-  History, BLM: Military Land Warrants, Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. Auburn, CA., Jan 2002
-  History of the Lake Huron Shore. With illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers. H.R. Page & Co., Chicago: H.R. Page & co., 1883.
-  Towards a history of privatizing public lands in Michigan 1785-1860, Robert E. Mitchell, Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters, "Michigan Academecian", Vol. 38, No. 3, Sep 22, 2008.
-  Ibid. 3 - Munger Burials in the Munger-Hunter-Wilder Plot at Mount Hope Cemetery
-  Copies of original land patents - North Manitou Island
-  Copies of original land patents - South Manitou Island