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References

To Benjamin Franklin, 22 November 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:78]

From Benjamin Franklin, 26 November 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:86]

From Nathaniel Nazro, November 1781 [Papers of John Adams 12:102]+

Enclosure: An Account, 31 May 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:123]

From John van Heukelom & Zoon, 1 July 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:142]+

From Wilhem & Jan Willink and Nicolaas & Jacob van Staphorst, 11 July 1782 [Papers of John Adams 13:175]+

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

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– AA brings to Europe [1 reference]

– AA on Anne Bingham's taste in [2 references]

– AA on Dutch [3 references]

– AA purchases items of or fabric for others [4 references]

– AA sends items of and fabric to U.S. [18 references]

– American or English and French compared [3 references]

– Boston fashion [1 reference]

– Cranches provide for Robert Cranch [1 reference]

– Elizabeth Shaw may take some of AA's older [1 reference]

– English shirts [2 references]

– French Queen to wear French only [2 references]

– German women at Germantown [1 reference]

– Harvard uniforms [6 references]

– Mary Cranch on Royall Tyler's [1 reference]

– Mary Cranch requests linen from AA [1 reference]

– appropriate for appearances at Court and in London [4 references]

– apron [1 reference]

– aprons [2 references]

– breeches [4 references]

– calico [11 references]

– cambric [7 references]

– caps [1 reference]

– caps, hats, and accessories [8 references]

– care and disposal of [4 references]

– chintz [3 references]

– coat [1 reference]

– coats [4 references]

– corsets [2 references]

– cost of [4 references]

– cotton [2 references]

– cotton stockings [1 reference]

– decorations for [1 reference]

– difficulty in transporting [1 reference]

– dimity [2 references]

– dress for queen's birthday celebration [5 references]

– dress of Prince of Wales' attendants [1 reference]

– dress of minister from Tripoli [4 references]

– dress styles in paintings [1 reference]

– ducapes [2 references]

– duck (cloth) [1 reference]

– flannel bodices [1 reference]

– for Adams brothers [16 references]

– for Adams children [10 references]

– from France for Continental Army [9 references]

– gauze [4 references]

– glut in Massachusetts (1784) [1 reference]

– gowns [11 references]

– handkerchiefs [4 references]

– hemp and flax [2 references]

– homespun stockings [1 reference]

– hoop skirts [1 reference]

– in London [3 references]

– in Paris [9 references]

– insignia on [2 references]

– lace [4 references]

– lamb skins [1 reference]

– linen [17 references]

– linen drapers [1 reference]

– lustring (silk) [3 references]

– mode [3 references]

– mourning clothes [5 references]

– muslin [4 references]

– nankeen [1 reference]

– need to dress for dinner [1 reference]

– night caps [1 reference]

– observations on fashion [14 references]

– of Elizabeth Quincy Shaw [1 reference]

– of French ballet dancers [2 references]

– of Phoebe Abdee [1 reference]

– of female entertainers [1 reference]

– paduasoy (silk) [2 references]

– petticoat [1 reference]

– petticoats [1 reference]

– plaid [1 reference]

– quilts [1 reference]

– ribbon for hat [1 reference]

– sarcenet [2 references]

– satin cloaks [1 reference]

– shirts [10 references]

– shoes [11 references]

– silk [9 references]

– silk handkerchiefs [1 reference]

– silk stockings [1 reference]

– slippers [1 reference]

– starching of shirts [1 reference]

– stockings [2 references]

– surtout [1 reference]

– tabinet [2 references]

– tammany [1 reference]

– thread [1 reference]

– umbrellas [1 reference]

– use of tailor by Elizabeth Shaw [1 reference]

– velvet [1 reference]

– waistcoats [8 references]

– woll [1 reference]

– worn at Paradises' party [1 reference]

– worn at sea [2 references]

See Also

See also Fabric

See also Continental Army