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References

John Quincy Adams to Abigail Adams 2d, 9 – 19 August 1785 [Adams Family Correspondence 6:256]+

Abigail Adams to Thomas Jefferson, 24 November 1785 [Adams Family Correspondence 6:467]+

Oliver Whipple’s Minutes of the Argument: New Hampshire Court Maritime, Portsmouth, 16 December 1777 [Legal Papers of John Adams 2:394]

III. To the Inhabitants of the Colony of Massachusetts-Bay, 6 February 1775 [Papers of John Adams 2:248]

V. To the Inhabitants of the Colony of Massachusetts-Bay, 20 February 1775 [Papers of John Adams 2:284]

Thoughts upon the Dispute between Great Britain and Her Colonies [Papers of John Adams 2:424]

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

To James Warren, 3 February 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:77]+

To James Warren, 6 April 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:145]

From Samuel Tucker, 4 July 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:260]+

John Bondfield to the Commissioners, 4 July 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:261]+

From Edmund Jenings, 31 January 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:93]+

From William Lee, 31 January 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:96]+

To Edmund Jenings, 27 April 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:290]

From Benjamin Rush, 23 June 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:388]

From Edmund Jenings, 19 July 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:431]+

Subentries

– Amer. successes in raise Dutch morale [1 reference]

– Assembly [2 references]

– Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge and [1 reference]

– British evacuation of [1 reference]

– British expect to recapture [3 references]

– Continental line [5 references]

– French trade with [1 reference]

– Greene's campaign in [1 reference]

– Indian trade in [1 reference]

– JA on British efforts to subdue [1 reference]

– JA on possibility of preventing British operations in [1 reference]

– JA on progress toward independence in [1 reference]

– JA prepares text of “Thoughts on Government” for [1 reference]

– John Locke's constitution for [1 reference]

– Provincial Congress [2 references]

– Regulators in [4 references]

– adopts Halifax Resolves [1 reference]

– agricultural productions of [2 references]

– and Continental Association [1 reference]

– and Restraining and Prohibitory Acts [2 references]

– and Transylvania Company [1 reference]

– and coastal defense [1 reference]

– and independence [3 references]

– and nonexportation [2 references]

– attacks expected on frontiers of [5 references]

– backwoods settlers in [1 reference]

– choice of delegates to Continental Congress [2 references]

– climate of [1 reference]

– constitution of [4 references]

– constitutional convention in [1 reference]

– delegates to Continental Congress [5 references]

– depreciated currency of [1 reference]

– expected British operations in [2 references]

– forming a new government [1 reference]

– friction with S.C. over support for fisheries [1 reference]

– influence of Thoughts on Government in [1 reference]

– institution of government in [5 references]

– loyalists and [3 references]

– loyalists join Continental forces in [1 reference]

– mentioned [20 references]

– militia [3 references]

– militia from reportedly join attack against Charleston [1 reference]

– population of [1 reference]

– troops in Philadelphia [3 references]

– troops of, in Continental Army [2 references]

– votes in congress affecting JA [4 references]