Sara Martin

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

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Cover: Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 10: January 1794 – June 1795Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 10: January 1794 – June 1795Adams Family
Hogan, Margaret A.
Taylor, C. James
Martin, Sara
Woodward, Hobson
Sikes, Sara B.
Lint, Gregg L.
Georgini, Sara
HARDCOVER03/15/2011$126.50
Cover: Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 11: July 1795–February 1797Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 11: July 1795–February 1797Adams Family
Hogan, Margaret A.
Taylor, C. James
Martin, Sara
Millikan, Neal E.
Woodward, Hobson
Sikes, Sara B.
Lint, Gregg L.
HARDCOVER07/01/2013$109.00
Cover: Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 12: March 1797 – April 1798Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 12: March 1797 – April 1798Adams Family
Martin, Sara
Taylor, C. James
Millikan, Neal E.
Norton, Amanda Mathews
Woodward, Hobson
Sikes, Sara B.
Lint, Gregg L.
Georgini, Sara
HARDCOVER06/09/2015$104.00
Cover: Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 13: May 1798 – September 1799Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 13: May 1798 – September 1799Adams Family
Martin, Sara
Woodward, Hobson
Minty, Christopher F.
Norton, Amanda Mathews
Millikan, Neal E.
Ross, Emily
Sikes, Sara B.
Georgini, Sara
HARDCOVER08/14/2017$98.00
Cover: Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 14: October 1799 – February 1801Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 14: October 1799 – February 1801Adams Family
Woodward, Hobson
Martin, Sara
Minty, Christopher F.
Norton, Amanda Mathews
Millikan, Neal E.
Fries, Gwen
Georgini, Sara
HARDCOVER08/13/2019$95.00
Cover: Papers of John Adams, Volume 16: February 1784 – March 1785Papers of John Adams, Volume 16: February 1784 – March 1785Adams, John
Lint, Gregg L.
Taylor, C. James
Karachuk, Robert F.
Woodward, Hobson
Hogan, Margaret A.
Millikan, Neal E.
Sikes, Sara B.
Martin, Sara
Georgini, Sara
Norton, Amanda Mathews
Connolly, James T.
HARDCOVER06/08/2012$109.00
Cover: Papers of John Adams, Volume 17: April–November 1785Papers of John Adams, Volume 17: April–November 1785Adams, John
Lint, Gregg L.
Taylor, C. James
Georgini, Sara
Woodward, Hobson
Sikes, Sara B.
Norton, Amanda Mathews
Martin, Sara
HARDCOVER05/27/2014$109.00
Cover: Papers of John Adams, Volume 18: December 1785 – January 1787Papers of John Adams, Volume 18: December 1785 – January 1787Adams, John
Lint, Gregg L.
Martin, Sara
Taylor, C. James
Georgini, Sara
Woodward, Hobson
Sikes, Sara B.
Norton, Amanda Mathews
HARDCOVER07/11/2016$98.00
Cover: Papers of John Adams, Volume 19: February 1787 – May 1789Papers of John Adams, Volume 19: February 1787 – May 1789Adams, John
Georgini, Sara
Martin, Sara
Barlow, R. M.
Norton, Amanda Mathews
Millikan, Neal E.
Woodward, Hobson
HARDCOVER08/13/2018$95.00
Cover: Papers of John Adams, Volume 20: June 1789 – February 1791Papers of John Adams, Volume 20: June 1789 – February 1791Adams, John
Georgini, Sara
Martin, Sara
Barlow, R. M.
Fries, Gwen
Norton, Amanda Mathews
Millikan, Neal E.
Woodward, Hobson
HARDCOVER07/14/2020$95.00
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