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References

From Benjamin Rush, 21 January 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:69]

To the President of Congress, 3 August 1781 [Papers of John Adams 11:437]

From Samuel Adams, 18 December 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:150]

From Samuel Adams, 18 December 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:151]

C. W. F. Dumas to John Adams: A Translation, 25 February 1782 [Papers of John Adams 12:273]

Antoine Marie Cerisier to John Adams: A Translation, 18 August 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:252]+

To Robert R. Livingston, 6 September 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:437]+

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– AA as “fair example of female excellence” [1 reference]

– AA on [3 references]

– AA on American “Amazons” [1 reference]

– AA2 on [2 references]

– Boston mob of raids Thomas Boylston's warehouse [2 references]

– Elizabeth Shaw on dangers of pride in [1 reference]

– European working conditions for [1 reference]

– JA on their influence [1 reference]

– JQA on [3 references]

– JQA on education of [1 reference]

– Mary Cranch on role of in public affairs [1 reference]

– Roman [1 reference]

– Southern [1 reference]

– accomplishments and learning of French [1 reference]

– and fashions in France [6 references]

– and right to vote [3 references]

– appropriate topics for letter-writing by [1 reference]

– as entertainers [1 reference]

– caricatures of London [1 reference]

– character of needed to be good companions [1 reference]

– comments on English [4 references]

– comments on French [6 references]

– compared to literature [1 reference]

– disadvantaged [1 reference]

– discuss Shays' Rebellion [1 reference]

– double standards for [1 reference]

– education of affects choice of husband [1 reference]

– education of, in America [1 reference]

– efforts to convert loyalist [3 references]

– envy of [1 reference]

– first patent held by [1 reference]

– gambling in public at Bath [1 reference]

– in Brit. society [1 reference]

– in taverns [1 reference]

– men's attraction to beauty over character of [2 references]

– patriotism of [3 references]

– popular interest in fashion of [1 reference]

– praised by JA as “Historiographers” [1 reference]

– propensity for talking [1 reference]

– rights of married [1 reference]

– seating of at queen's birthday celebration [1 reference]

– support for Amer. cause by [2 references]

– talking as “the female Talent” [1 reference]

– the arts and ornamental accomplishments in the education of [1 reference]

– vanity of [1 reference]

– will take the field if Washington is defeated [1 reference]

– “America will not wear chains while her daughters are virtuous” [1 reference]

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See also AA—Opinions and Beliefs