US Military Academy
|Alden Partridge in 1817|
|Alden Partridge |
The Partridge Curriculum
- Virginia Literary, Scientific and Military Academy at Portsmouth, Virginia (1839–1846)
- Pennsylvania Literary, Scientific and Military Academy at Bristol, Pennsylvania (1842–1845)
- Pennsylvania Military Institute at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (1845–1848)
- Wilmington Literary, Scientific and Military Academy at Wilmington, Delaware (1846–1848)
- The Scientific and Military Collegiate Institute at Reading, Pennsylvania (1850–1854)
- Gymnasium and Military Institute at Pembroke, New Hampshire (1850–1853)
- The National Scientific and Military Academy at Brandywine Springs, Delaware (1853).
- "Observations Relative to the Calculation of the Altitude of Mountains, etc, by the Use of the Barometer" (1812)
- "Method of Determining the Initial Velocity of Projectiles" (1812)
- "Account of Some Experiments on Fire of Artillery and Infantry at the Military Academy in 1810 and 1814"
- "Newton's Binomial Theorem" (1814)
- "Meteorological Tables" (1810–1814)
- "A General Plan for the Establishment of Military Academies" (1815)
- "Reports of the National Academy" (1814–1817)
- "Lectures on National Defense" (1821–1827)
- "Discourse on education" 1826. The art of epistolary composition, or Models of letters, billets, bills of exchange ... with preliminary instructions and notes : to which are added, a collection of fables ... for pupils learning the French language; a series of letters between a cadet and his father, describing the system pursued at the American, literary, scientific and military academy at Middletown, Connecticut.
- "The Military Academy, at West Point, unmasked: or, corruption and military despotism exposed," under the pseudonym Americanus
- Cullum Register, Vol. I, 69-70.