|Author||Adams, Henry, 1838-1918, ed. |
|Title||Documents relating to New-England Federalism. 1800-1815. Ed. by Henry Adams. |
|Published||Boston, Little, Brown, and company, 1877. |
|Description||xi, 437 p. 23 cm. |
|General Note||"A collection of documents, mainly letters, and without narrative comment, but of high importance for the light they shed on the political movements of the period, and on the opposition to the administration which resulted in the Hartford convention. The most important document is J.Q. Adams' Reply to the appeal of the Massachusetts Federalists [Doc. X., p. 107-329]"--Lit. of Amer. hist., no. 1581. |
Documents VI-VIII were separately published, Boston, 1829, under title: Correspondence between John Quincy Adams...and several citizens of Massachusetts concerning the charge of a design to dissove the union alleged to have existed in that state.
James A. Garfield bookplate
"To Gen. Garfield with the editor's regards, Feb. 1879."
|Subjects||Federal Party (U.S.) |
New England -- Politics and government -- 1775-1865.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1789-1809.
United States -- Politics and government -- War of 1812.
|Other Authors||Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848. |
|LC Card Number||08-34790|
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| ||James A. Garfield National Historic Site: LA3021-228|
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