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References

From Elbridge Gerry, 10 January 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:34]

From Jean Luzac, 19 January 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:61]+

To Jean Luzac, 22 January 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:70]+

Memorial to the States General, 19 April 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:276]

III. Instructions to the Joint Commission to Negotiate a Peace Treaty, 15 June 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:377]+

To Philip Mazzei, 3 July 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:152]

From Francis Dana, 22 July 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:196]

From Francis Dana, 22 July 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:197]

From William Gordon, 7 September 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:451]

From Tristram Dalton, 26 October 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:546]

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– Arnold's rumored attack on [1 reference]

– British war effort in, satirized [1 reference]

– Charter of (1620) [1 reference]

– English towns remind AA of [1 reference]

– JA on equality in [1 reference]

– JA on people and institutions of [4 references]

– JA on the people and institutions of [2 references]

– JA urges military activity in [17 references]

– JA warns, against being too proud [1 reference]

– Patrick Henry would model Va. government on [1 reference]

– Thomas Perkins plans to return to [1 reference]

– alleged poor quality of officers from [2 references]

– and military campaigns [5 references]

– and north-south conflict [1 reference]

– and the protection of fisheries [5 references]

– as congressional voting bloc [2 references]

– as eastern defense district [1 reference]

– as nursery of soldiers [1 reference]

– citizens of [1 reference]

– colonels of, complain of discrimination [1 reference]

– convention held at Springfield on Continental currency [1 reference]

– cultivation of hemp in [1 reference]

– dependence on water [1 reference]

– differs from other areas on pay for officers and men [5 references]

– disproportionate war burden borne by [1 reference]

– dissatisfied with Gen. Schuyler [2 references]

– distrusted by other colonies [1 reference]

– early charters and grants of [3 references]

– early shillings [1 reference]

– effect of Continental Army reorganization on [1 reference]

– effect of Franco-American commercial treaty on [1 reference]

– effect of paper money on [1 reference]

– election of JA as minister to protect interests of [1 reference]

– endangered by Dutch weapon trading [1 reference]

– establishment of popular government in [1 reference]

– expected British attack on (1777) [2 references]

– fishing rights of [1 reference]

– importance of a navy to [1 reference]

– in early maps [1 reference]

– its rough landscape preferred by JA to others more “artificial” [1 reference]

– loyalist strength in [1 reference]

– maps of [1 reference]

– martial spirit of, attacked and defended [5 references]

– mentioned [14 references]

– plan of education at public expense formulated [1 reference]

– praised for support of American cause [1 reference]

– prefers appointment of Gates for Northern Department [2 references]

– reaction to rumors of fighting at Cambridge (1774) [1 reference]

– sets example for price controls [2 references]

– settlement of, benefits British Crown [3 references]

– sickness among troops of [1 reference]

– supplies of provisions available in [1 reference]

– support of, from other colonies [1 reference]

– supports conquest of Canada [2 references]

– taxation begun in [1 reference]

– timber resources [1 reference]

– town meetings in [1 reference]

– trade and commerce in [2 references]

– trade control [3 references]

– trade of [2 references]

– troops exhibit gallantry at Fort Mercer [1 reference]

– troops from [9 references]

– whale fishery of [1 reference]

– “New England Educations, are quite unequal to the Production of Such great Characters” [1 reference]

– “burglary” in [1 reference]

– “lawful money” and Penn. currency [1 reference]

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See also Massachusetts—History

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