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 Adams Papers Indexes | Adams Papers, Cumulative Index to volumes published through 2006 | C |  Cranch, Lucy (1767-1846, niece of AA, later wife of John Greenleaf)

References

1771. July 22d. Monday. [Diary and Autobiography of John Adams 2:46]

Wednesday [29 March.] [Diary and Autobiography of John Adams 3:184]+

Monday [24 April.] [Diary and Autobiography of John Adams 3:191]+

Subentries

– AA asks for cat from [1 reference]

– AA critical of handwriting of [1 reference]

– AA does not find gift for [1 reference]

– AA misses [2 references]

– AA on [1 reference]

– AA recommends WSS to [2 references]

– AA sends cloth, clothing, and other goods to [13 references]

– AA sends gift to [3 references]

– AA urged to write to [1 reference]

– AA's letters to [1 reference]

– Elizabeth Shaw on [2 references]

– JQA comments on [3 references]

– Letters [9 subentries]

– Mary Cranch on [1 reference]

– accuses JQA of not being complaisant [1 reference]

– and JQA visit and dine out [2 references]

– and Nancy Hazen [3 references]

– and Royall Tyler [2 references]

– assists Elizabeth Shaw [2 references]

– assists JQA in furnishing rooms at Harvard [2 references]

– attends turtle-party [1 reference]

– birth [1 reference]

– cleans Adamses' home in Braintree [1 reference]

– comments on JQA [1 reference]

– correspondence with AA [16 references]

– correspondence with AA2 [14 references]

– correspondence with Elizabeth Shaw [1 reference]

– correspondence with JQA [1 reference]

– critiques marriage of Israel Evans and Huldah Kent [1 reference]

– fond of cousin [1 reference]

– gives CFA access to AA's letters [1 reference]

– health of [1 reference]

– helps JQA with college furniture [2 references]

– identified [2 references]

– in Boston [2 references]

– inoculated with smallpox [5 references]

– joy at receiving letter from AA [1 reference]

– letter from AA2 listed (1786) [1 reference]

– lonely winter of [1 reference]

– marriage of [1 reference]

– mentioned [33 references]

– misses Adamses [1 reference]

– nurses cousin [1 reference]

– offers to help Elizabeth Shaw [2 references]

– on AA [1 reference]

– on Amer. versus European society [1 reference]

– on Elizabeth Storer Smith [1 reference]

– on JQA [1 reference]

– on Shays' Rebellion [1 reference]

– on attempts by Mass. General Court to discourage imports [1 reference]

– on celebration of opening of Charles River Bridge [3 references]

– on fashion [1 reference]

– on gardening and farming [1 reference]

– performs chores for Adams cousins [2 references]

– quotes Adam Smith [1 reference]

– returns to Braintree [4 references]

– returns to Braintree from Haverhill [1 reference]

– sewing [5 references]

– sister sews for [1 reference]

– visits Boston [1 reference]

– visits Cambridge [1 reference]

– visits Newburyport [1 reference]

– visits at Harvard and in Cambridge [3 references]

– visits brother [1 reference]

– visits in Braintree [1 reference]

– visits in Germantown [1 reference]

– visits in Haverhill [8 references]

– visits in Weymouth [2 references]

– visits with Apthorps [1 reference]

– visits with Issac Smith family [1 reference]

– visits with Shaws at Haverhill [7 references]

– “Had she been a Boy she would have been a Mathamatition” [1 reference]