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References

Abigail Adams to John Adams, 20 June 1783 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:183]

John Quincy Adams to John Adams, 25 May 1784 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:333]+

Cotton Tufts to John Adams, 26 November 1784 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:483]

Cotton Tufts to John Adams, 26 November 1784 [Adams Family Correspondence 5:485]

John Quincy Adams to Abigail Adams 2d, 9 – 19 August 1785 [Adams Family Correspondence 6:253]

Abigail Adams to Elizabeth Smith Shaw, 15 September 1785 [Adams Family Correspondence 6:363]+

Introduction [Earliest Diary and Autobiography of John Adams 1:28]

[A Letter to Richard Cranch about Orlinda, a Letter on Employing One’s Mind, and Reflections on Procrastination, Genius, Moving the Passions, Cicero as Orator, Milton’s Style, &c., October–December 1758.] [Earliest Diary and Autobiography of John Adams 1:81]

From Samuel Holden Parsons, 8 October 1776 [Papers of John Adams 5:48]

To James Warren, 3 February 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:75]+

To James Warren, 3 February 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:76]

To James Warren, 29 April 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:169]

From William Heath, 14 May 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:115]

Francis Coffyn to the Commissioners, 19 June 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:220]

From William Temple Franklin, 19 November 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:73]+

From Benjamin Guild, 18 January 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:198]

Descriptive List of Illustrations [Papers of John Adams 12:ix]

From Jan Heefke, 7 June 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:103]+

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

To Robert R. Livingston, 4 September 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:425]

To John Jay, 7 October 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:517]+

Descriptive List of Illustrations [Papers of John Adams 13:x]

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– 1st Regiment of [1 reference]

– 2d Regiment of [1 reference]

– AA2 and WSS may move to [6 references]

– Assembly [3 references]

– Assembly of [2 references]

– British expenditures in [1 reference]

– British invasion of [1 reference]

– British transport ships off [2 references]

– British troops from [2 references]

– British troops in [3 references]

– Burr-Hamilton rivalry in elections of [1 reference]

– Continental Army in [4 references]

– Continental troops in [7 references]

– Convention supports independence [1 reference]

– Court of Appeals, case in [1 reference]

– De Lancey family in [1 reference]

– Dutch origins [1 reference]

– General Assembly [6 references]

– George Clinton urged to convene special legislative session of [1 reference]

– JA on delegates to Continental Congress from [1 reference]

– JA on importance of [1 reference]

– JA on political conditions in [2 references]

– JA on support for American cause in [3 references]

– JA refutes boundary claims of [1 reference]

– JA urges New England troops for defense of [3 references]

– Liberty Pole riots [2 references]

– Paul Randall from [1 reference]

– Prat appointed chief justice [4 references]

– Provincial Congress [3 references]

– Provincial Congresses [14 references]

– Skene-Vardill plot against [2 references]

– Smith family in [1 reference]

– Stamp Act enforcement in [1 reference]

– Tarleton defeated in [1 reference]

– Van der Kemp settles in [1 reference]

– Vermont land claims of [1 reference]

– Vice Admiralty court, cases in [3 references]

– Vt. land claims of [4 references]

– Washington's plans for campaign in [1 reference]

– Washington-Howe campaign in [6 references]

– and Mass. boundary [1 reference]

– and Matthews conspiracy [1 reference]

– and New Hampshire Grants [1 reference]

– and Restraining and Prohibitory Acts [2 references]

– and approval of continental impost [3 references]

– and independence [3 references]

– and relief of Boston [1 reference]

– as example for Boston [2 references]

– as potential site for sugar refinement [1 reference]

– attacks expected on frontiers of [5 references]

– boundaries of, as granted to James II [2 references]

– boundary dispute with Conn. [1 reference]

– boundary dispute with Mass. [8 references]

– boundary dispute with N.H. [2 references]

– boundary dispute with N.J. [1 reference]

– boundary disputes [4 references]

– boundary disputes of [1 reference]

– cedes western lands to Congress [2 references]

– committee of safety [4 references]

– confiscation of loyalists' property through Act of Attainder [1 reference]

– constitution of [6 references]

– constitution of, and JA's Thoughts on Government [3 references]

– constitutional convention of [4 references]

– controversial purloined letters from [1 reference]

– creation of (1664) [1 reference]

– defendant's right to counsel in felony [2 references]

– defenses on the Hudson River [2 references]

– delegates abstain from vote on independence [1 reference]

– delegates to Continental Congress [12 references]

– delegation to congress [2 references]

– economic gains from Mass.—N.H. boundary settlement [1 reference]

– effect of British invasion on [1 reference]

– establishment of popular government in [1 reference]

– forming a new government [1 reference]

– gives up claims to Vermont [1 reference]

– imports British goods [1 reference]

– influence of Thoughts on Government in [1 reference]

– instituting government in [8 references]

– instructions to delegates in Congress [1 reference]

– issues paper money [1 reference]

– lack of colonial law on religion and education [1 reference]

– land claims west of Connecticut River [2 references]

– land developments in western [1 reference]

– law study in [1 reference]

– lawyers' fees in [1 reference]

– loyalism of [2 references]

– loyalist rumors of return to Great Britain [1 reference]

– loyalists in [9 references]

– mentioned [39 references]

– military forces of [6 references]

– militia [2 references]

– operations of Clinton's troops in [1 reference]

– opposition to Tea Act [1 reference]

– political parties in [1 reference]

– population of [4 references]

– report on defense of [2 references]

– response to Stamp Act [2 references]

– response to rumors of fighting at Cambridge [1 reference]

– supplies grain to Mass. [2 references]

– trade and commerce [2 references]

– votes in congress affecting JA [4 references]

– “Claim” of [1 reference]

– “Draft of an Examination of the Claim of” [1 reference]

– “Examination of the Claim of” [2 references]

– “There is neither Spunk nor Gumption, in that Province as a Body” [1 reference]

See Also

See also New Netherland