GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE AND OTHER PAPERS OF THE ADAMS STATESMEN
Cover: Papers of John Adams, Volume 19: February 1787 – May 1789, from Harvard University PressCover: Papers of John Adams, Volume 19 in HARDCOVER

Papers of John Adams, Volume 19

February 1787 – May 1789

  • Descriptive List of Illustrations*
  • Introduction
    • 1. “Huzza for the new World and farewell to the Old One”
    • 2. Homecoming
    • 3. John Adams, Vice President
    • 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, February 1787 – May 1789
  • Appendix: John Adams’ Accounts in Europe: 1785–1788
  • List of Omitted Documents
  • Index
  • * Descriptive List of Illustrations
    • 1. Twenty-shilling Bill of Credit, 1785
    • 2. “Assemblée des Notables le 22 Fevrier 1787,” 1787
    • 3. Columbia and Washington Medal, 1787
    • 4. “Plundering van Het Huis van Lucas van Steveninck,” Engraving after Jan Arends, 1787
    • 5. John Adams, by Mather Brown, 1788
    • 6. “The Federal Pillars,” 2 August 1788
    • 7. “S.E. Prospect, from an Eminence near the Common, Boston,” by Samuel Hill, 1790
    • 8. “Washington Delivering His Inaugural Address,” by Tompkins Harrison Matteson, 1849

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