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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 | P |  Palmer, Deacon and Brig. Gen. Joseph (1716-1788, husband of Richard Cranch's sister)

References

Introduction [Earliest Diary and Autobiography of John Adams 1:30]

From Joseph Palmer, 16 April 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:155]+

Subentries

– AA receives military information from [1 reference]

– Braintree selectman [1 reference]

– Friendship Hall in Germantown, house of [2 references]

– JA on character of [1 reference]

– JA purchases land from [1 reference]

– Letters [11 subentries]

– Quincy's dispute with [1 reference]

– account of Bunker Hill [1 reference]

– acts on Isaac Smith Sr.'s request to export fish [1 reference]

– aids appointment of P. B. Adams as deputy sheriff [1 reference]

– and JA [4 references]

– and JA's land transactions [2 references]

– and Mary Nicolson [1 reference]

– and Vassall-Borland house (Old House) [1 reference]

– and abortive Amer. attack on Newport [2 references]

– and the Paine-Warren controversy [1 reference]

– appointed brigadier general [2 references]

– as member of General Court [10 references]

– as party to Warren-Paine dispute [1 reference]

– children inoculated with smallpox [3 references]

– colonel in militia [1 reference]

– commands regiment of Suffolk militia [1 reference]

– commands troops fortifying islands in Boston Harbor [2 references]

– conducts glassworks in Germantown with R. Cranch [2 references]

– considers leaving Germantown [1 reference]

– declines reelection to Council [1 reference]

– elected Braintree representative [8 references]

– elected to Council [1 reference]

– finances of [3 references]

– glass manufacturer of Germantown [3 references]

– goods transshipped by Lovell for [1 reference]

– health of [2 references]

– home of [2 references]

– identified [4 references]

– ill health of [1 reference]

– immigrant from Devonshire [1 reference]

– in R.I. campaign [1 reference]

– interest in agriculture [1 reference]

– letter from JA listed (1780) [1 reference]

– letter to JA listed (1777) [1 reference]

– letter to Thomas Flucker quoted [1 reference]

– letters from JA listed (1775) [2 references]

– may settle near the Ohio [1 reference]

– member of Mass. Committee of Safety [2 references]

– member of Mass. Constitutional Convention [1 reference]

– mentioned [54 references]

– misfortunes of [10 references]

– moves to Charlestown [1 reference]

– on American trade [3 references]

– on Boston Tea Party [1 reference]

– on Gov. Bernard's speech [1 reference]

– on attitude of people in Mass. [1 reference]

– on business mission in England [1 reference]

– on independence [4 references]

– on instituting new governments [2 references]

– on manufacture of saltpeter [1 reference]

– on obtaining lead in Mass. [2 references]

– petitions to join “The Farms” to Braintree (1773) [2 references]

– proposed trip to army in N.J. [2 references]

– recommended to Washington [2 references]

– saltworks of [1 reference]

– signs Committee of Safety's narrative of battle of Bunker Hill [2 references]

– “Friendship Hall,” house of [1 reference]