• Minutes of the Council of Safety of the State of New Jersey (Jersey City: John H. Lyon, 1872) Pages 83, 147, 159, 161, 168, 203, and 239 Available to be read at the Internet Archive here
▸ Note that throughout these documents, "Paulison" is spelled in a variety of ways. Inconsistent spellings of surnames are not uncommon when reading documents from the time period.
▸ One of the prisoners exchanged by the British for their side of the arrangement was Isaac Blanch, whose house is located eleven miles from here in Harrington Park.
• Letter from Mr. Peter Dubois in New York, to Mrs. Dubois at Second River, Friday, May 28, 1779, reprinted in:
William Nelson, Editor, Documents Relating to the Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey, Second Series, Vol. III (Trenton: John L. Murphy Publishing Company, 1906) pages 426–428
Available to be read at the Internet Archive here
• Reginald McMahon, "History of the Paulison-Christie House Ridgefield Park, NJ," in George Fosdick, editor, Ridgefield Park 1685-1985 (Ridgefield Park: The History Book Committee, 1985) Page 9 - 12
Available to be read as PDF on the Ridgefield Park website here
• Adrian C. Leiby, Revolutionary War in the Hackensack Valley, The Jersey Dutch and the Neutral Ground, 1775 - 1783 (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press) Pages 108, 123, 124, and 214