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References

Mary Smith Cranch to Abigail Adams, 22 March 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:105]

Charles Storer to Abigail Adams, 21 July 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:279]+

Cotton Tufts to Abigail Adams, 15 August 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:323]+

Abigail Adams to Cotton Tufts, 10 October 1786 [Adams Family Correspondence 7:365]

To John Wentworth, September 1756 [Papers of John Adams 1:19]

Committee of the Boston Sons of Liberty to John Wilkes, 4 November 1769 [Papers of John Adams 1:235]

Committee of the Boston Sons of Liberty to John Wilkes, 4 November 1769 [Papers of John Adams 1:236]+

From Samuel Cooper, 16 October 1774 [Papers of John Adams 2:190]+

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– AA on military misfortune in [1 reference]

– Address to the People of [1 reference]

– Amer. campaign for [6 references]

– Amer. overtures to [2 references]

– American expedition to (1775) [15 references]

– American policy toward [5 references]

– American troops sent to [7 references]

– Baron de Woedtke commissioned and sent to [1 reference]

– Benedict Arnold's troops march into [1 reference]

– British army in [4 references]

– British capture of, and origins of Amer. Revolution [1 reference]

– Burgoyne's army advances from [2 references]

– Canadians reported disaffected [1 reference]

– Franklin, Chase, and Carroll appointed a committee to visit [3 references]

– French policy toward [4 references]

– Gen. Thomas to command Amer. troops in [1 reference]

– JA on Brit. retention of [1 reference]

– JA on British troops in [2 references]

– JA on need to take from Britain [2 references]

– JA's alarm over condition of expedition to [4 references]

– Nathan Rice on northern army in [2 references]

– New England militia paid bounty to go to [1 reference]

– U.S. annexation of [4 references]

– and Vermont [1 reference]

– and debate on colonial rights [1 reference]

– and fisheries question [1 reference]

– as objective in peace negotiations [2 references]

– boundaries of [2 references]

– boundary disputes [2 references]

– campaign of 1758 against [2 references]

– command of Gates in [3 references]

– committee of conference on [1 reference]

– congressional commission to (1776) [1 reference]

– conquest of, in French and Indian War [6 references]

– consequences of American defeat in [2 references]

– failure of expedition to [12 references]

– inquiry on conduct of Wooster for failure in [1 reference]

– institution of government in [2 references]

– land available for glassworks in [1 reference]

– memorial to Congress from officers in [1 reference]

– mentioned [16 references]

– military situation in (1776) [5 references]

– militia of [1 reference]

– militia of, imprisoned [3 references]

– modern writ of assistance in [1 reference]

– pamphlets on Burgoyne's expedition from [2 references]

– plan to intercept munitions ships bound for [1 reference]

– possible British retention of [2 references]

– possible cession of to U.S. [5 references]

– possible cession to U.S. [2 references]

– probability of British attack on [1 reference]

– proposed Franco-American attack on [2 references]

– proposed conquest of, by slaves [2 references]

– proposed military expedition to [4 references]

– retreat of expedition to [3 references]

– rumored revolution in [1 reference]

– sermon on U.S. conquest of [1 reference]

– strategic importance of, for Americans [4 references]

– strength of British army in [2 references]

– supplies and financing for American expedition to (1776) [3 references]

– supply of masts from [1 reference]

– support for American cause in [4 references]

– troops go to Ticonderoga from [1 reference]

– vulnerability of supply lines to [1 reference]

– “a dangerous and ill fated place” [1 reference]

See Also

See also Cedars, The

See also Quebec Act