GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE AND OTHER PAPERS OF THE ADAMS STATESMEN
Cover: Papers of John Adams, Volume 15: June 1783 – January 1784, from Harvard University PressCover: Papers of John Adams, Volume 15 in HARDCOVER

Papers of John Adams, Volume 15

June 1783 – January 1784

  • Descriptive List of Illustrations*
  • Introduction
    • 1. Peace and Uncertainty
    • 2. America Adjusts to Peace
    • 3. A Visit to London
    • 4. John Adams and His Letterbooks
    • 5. Notes on Editorial Method
    • 6. Related Digital Resources
  • Acknowledgments
  • Guide to Editorial Apparatus
    • 1. Textual Devices
    • 2. Adams Family Code Names
    • 3. Descriptive Symbols
    • 4. Location Symbols
    • 5. Other Abbreviations and Conventional Terms
    • 6. Short Titles of Works Frequently Cited
  • Papers of John Adams, June 1783 – January 1784
  • Appendix: List of Omitted Documents
  • Index
  • * Descriptive List of Illustrations
    • 1. John Wheelock, President of Dartmouth College, Ambrotype, 1858, of a Miniature
    • 2. David Hartley, British Peace Commissioner, by George Romney, ca. 1784
    • 3. Definitive Peace Treaty between the United States and Great Britain, 3 September 1783
    • 4. John Adams’ Bookplate, 1783
    • 5. Patience Lovell Wright, Wax Modeler and American Spy, Attributed to Robert Edge Pine, 1780–1784
    • 6. Receipt, John Singleton Copley, 10 December 1783
    • 7. John Adams, by John Singleton Copley, 1783
    • 8. Samuel Osgood, Massachusetts Delegate to the Continental Congress, ca. 1790
    • 9. “Carlo Khan’s Triumphal Entry Into Leadenhall Street,” by James Sayers, 5 December 1783
    • 10. Pine Tree, Deer, and Fish Seal, 1816

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