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Abigail Adams to John Quincy Adams, 16 February 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:62]

Abigail Adams to John Cranch, 21 October 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:379]+

John Cranch to Abigail Adams, 7 November 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:390]

From Edward Hill, 4 September 1774 [Papers of John Adams 2:143]

Editorial Note [Papers of John Adams 2:144]

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

From Samuel Adams, 9 January 1777 [Papers of John Adams 5:70]

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

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

The Commerce Committee to the Commissioners, 16 May 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:128]+

From Thomas Greenleaf, 16 July 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:294]+

From Edward Rutledge, 16 July 1778 [Papers of John Adams 6:295]

To Herman van Bracht, 3 May 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:10]+

To Edward Rutledge, 4 July 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:154]+

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

Subentries

– A. Lee and Izard want Bonhomme Richard squadron to oppose British at [1 reference]

– Amer. military operations in [8 references]

– Amer. reinforcements for [1 reference]

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

– American victory at Sullivan's Island [2 references]

– British casualties in [3 references]

– British expenditures in [1 reference]

– British military operations in [11 references]

– British troops in [3 references]

– Continental line [1 reference]

– Cornwallis' executions in [2 references]

– French assistance needed in [1 reference]

– Gillon's efforts to purchase ships for [6 references]

– Gillon’s efforts to obtain ships for navy of [7 references]

– Greene’s campaign in [1 reference]

– Isaac Smith Sr.'s trading activities in [2 references]

– Izard family in [1 reference]

– JA on British efforts to subdue [1 reference]

– JA on opposition of, to freeing slaves by military service [2 references]

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

– John Rutledge governor of [1 reference]

– African Americans in [1 reference]

– Smith family in [1 reference]

– Tea Act disturbances in [1 reference]

– Vice Admiralty Court [1 reference]

– adopts new constitution and elects a governor [4 references]

– agriculture in [2 references]

– and British military operations against [7 references]

– and Continental Association [1 reference]

– and Georgia [1 reference]

– and independence [3 references]

– and proceeds from Gillon’s prizes [2 references]

– and the South Carolina [1 reference]

– appointment of French consul for [1 reference]

– as market for British goods [1 reference]

– attacks expected on frontiers of [5 references]

– backwoods settlers in [1 reference]

– coastal defense [1 reference]

– conflict with N.C. over Laurens’ support for fisheries [1 reference]

– constitution of [2 references]

– delegates request postponement of vote on independence [1 reference]

– delegates to Continental Congress [9 references]

– effect of British invasion [1 reference]

– effect of Yorktown on defeat of British in [2 references]

– elects Laurens to Congress [2 references]

– flag of [1 reference]

– government re-established in [2 references]

– gunpowder from [1 reference]

– institution of government in [8 references]

– lawyers' fees in [1 reference]

– letter from Commissioners to legislature listed [1 reference]

– liberation from British control anticipated [1 reference]

– loan for [1 reference]

– loyalists in [2 references]

– mentioned [48 references]

– military operations in [5 references]

– militia of [2 references]

– navy [1 reference]

– navy of [1 reference]

– population of [3 references]

– prohibits return of loyalists [1 reference]

– recruits seamen in Mass. [1 reference]

– report of French landing in [1 reference]

– reported Amer. success in [2 references]

– resolution of Congress on instituting new government [1 reference]

– resolutions of convention of [1 reference]

– rice and indigo sent to France from [2 references]

– rumors about events in [2 references]

– slavery in [3 references]

– trade and agriculture [3 references]

– trade and commerce in [3 references]

– treatment of Americans by British army in [1 reference]

– votes in congress affecting JA [7 references]

– war in [2 references]