ADAMS FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE
Cover: Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 10: January 1794 – June 1795, from Harvard University PressCover: Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 10 in HARDCOVER

Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 10

January 1794 – June 1795

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$126.50 • £101.95 • €114.00

ISBN 9780674057845

Publication Date: 03/15/2011

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Margaret A. Hogan is an independent scholar and former editor of the Adams Papers at the Massachusetts Historical Society.

C. James Taylor is former Editor in Chief of the Adams Papers at the Massachusetts Historical Society.

Sara Martin is Editor in Chief of the Adams Papers at the Massachusetts Historical Society.

Hobson Woodward is Series Editor for the Adams Family Correspondence of the Adams Papers at the Massachusetts Historical Society.

Sara B. Sikes is Scholarly Communications Design Studio Coordinator at the University of Connecticut and former Associate Editor for Digital Projects of the Adams Papers at the Massachusetts Historical Society.

Gregg L. Lint is Series Editor for the Papers of John Adams of the Adams Papers at the Massachusetts Historical Society.

Sara Georgini is Series Editor for the Papers of John Adams of the Adams Papers at the Massachusetts Historical Society.

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