Adams Family Correspondence 4 volume set. Connolly, James T. John Adams, with Franklin and Jefferson, formed a joint commission to conclude commercial treaties with the nations of Europe and North Africa. Responsibility: Cecere, Anne Decker Diary and Autobiography of John Adams, Volume 2: 1771–1781. Norton, Amanda Mathews. Walker, Celeste The period from Adams’s twenty-eighth to thirty-second year was characterized by his turn from the political activities that had occupied him for the preceding several years. Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 8: March 1787 – December 1789. Sikes, Sara B. It is a fascinating project in both it scale and complexity. Sikes, Sara B. The Adams County Sheriff’s Office is open during normal business hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday to serve the public. Hogan, Margaret A. Diary and Autobiography of John Adams 4 volume set. Taylor, Robert J. Selections from the Adams Family papers held by the Massachusetts Historical Society. Legal Papers of John Adams, volume 1: Introduction Cases 1-30 by Wroth, L. Kinvin and Hiller B. Zobel (eds.) He held to federalist principles and staked out limits for his executive powers. Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 11: July 1795–February 1797. Decker, Anne M. These volumes chronicle Adams’s efforts to convince the British that their nation’s economic survival demanded an immediate peace; his debate with the French foreign minister, the Comte de Vergennes, over the proper Franco–American relationship; and his struggle to obtain a loan in the Netherlands, where policies were dictated by Mammon. Friedlaender, Marc. These volumes document John Adams’s diplomatic triumphs, his wife and daughter’s participation in the cosmopolitan scenes of Paris and London, and his son John Quincy’s travels in Europe and America. A central theme of these volumes is the struggle which raged within young Adams’ mind and heart between the warm, poetic heritage of his Southern-born mother and the cold, political, New England legacy of his Adams forebears. Title: Henry Carter Adams Papers Creator: Adams, Henry Carter, 1851-1921 Dates: 1864-1924 Extent: 30.3 linear feet, 3 oversize folders, 1 oversize folder Abstract: Professor of economics at University of Michigan, 1880-1921, statistician for the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1887-1911, developed standard accounting procedures for railroads. The Jane Addams Papers is a scholarly editing project publishing the correspondence and writings of Jane Addams from 1901-1935 in a freely accessible digital edition and in a selected print edition. Taylor, C. James Taylor, C. James The definitive record of the nation’s first great political family, The Adams Papers Digital Edition comprises John Adams’s complete diaries, selected legal papers, and the ongoing series of family correspondence and state papers. Norton, Amanda Mathews The Diary of Charles Francis Adams 6 volume set. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Lint, Gregg L. The letters in this volume of Adams Family Correspondence span the period from July 1795 to the eve of John Adams’s inauguration, with the growing partisan divide leading up to the election playing a central role. Georgini, Sara The candid letters of John, Abigail, and the Adams children offer a rich perspective on life in America during its infancy. Papers of John Adams, Volume 8: September 1778 – February 1780. He retired to his home but later resumed office as the first vice president of the U.S. Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 14: October 1799 – February 1801, Adams Family Learn more Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 10: January 1794 – June 1795, Adams Family Allen, David Grayson Butterfield, L. H. L. H. Butterfield. The Adams Family papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, diaries, documents, and photographs of the family, its kin and the local area. Records Commission (NHPRC) is part of the National The entire collection now contains about 100,000 documents. Lint, Gregg L. The Adams Family Papers, 1896-1941, includes photographs, negatives, and a photograph album primarily documenting the period of the family's life and work at Taiku (Taegu), Korea. Papers of John Adams, Volume 14: October 1782 – May 1783. The first volumes, Diary and Autobiography of John Adams, appeared in 1961. Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 5 and 6: October 1782 – December 1785, Adams Family This set consists of the following. Ryerson, Richard Alan Barzilay, Karen N. On September 3, 1783, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, and John Jay signed the definitive Anglo–American peace treaty. VOLUMES 1, 2, 3, & 4. on Amazon.com. The first records his boyhood, his legal and political career, and the movement that culminated in American independence. Papers of John Adams, Volume 15: June 1783 – January 1784. Among other matters, the newly found diary contains material on John Adams’s life as an undergraduate at Harvard, his choice of a career, his law studies and his first case as a practicing lawyer, his ambitions, and his observations on girls. Martin, Sara Claffey, Mary T. Papers of John Adams, Volume 4: May 1775 – August 1776, Adams, John John Adams ’s shaping of the vice presidency dominates this volume of the Papers of John Adams, which chronicles a formative era in American government spanning June 1789 to February 1791. Hogan, Margaret A. The Adams Papers Project was founded in 1954 to edit and publish the writings of the family of John Adams. Adams, John Unlike other founding generation projects, the Adams Papers does not end with the death of the first generation. Adams, Charles Francis Georgini, Sara Walker, Celeste. Taylor, C. James With their characteristic candor, the Adamses thoughtfully observe the world around them, from the manners of English court life to the politics of the new federal government in New York during this crucial historical period. electronic | Electronic (Form). Papers of John Adams, Volume 13: May–October 1782, Adams, John Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 7: January 1786 – February 1787. Walker, Celeste Walker, Celeste Documents include his vigorous response to criticism of his seemingly unorthodox methods by those who would have preferred that he pursue a different course, including Congress’s new secretary for foreign affairs, Robert R. Livingston. Revelas, Joanna M. This collection also includes the papers of Adams’ wife, Dr. Dolly Desselle Adams, who served for five years as the president of the Black Women’s Agenda and was the eighth president and now serves on the Executive Board of The Links, Incorporated. Taylor, C. James Georgini, Sara. Diary of John Quincy Adams, Volume 1: November 1779 – March 1786, Adams, John Quincy Volume 12 opens with John Adams’s inauguration as president and closes just after details of the XYZ affair become public in America. Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 1 and 2: December 1761 – March 1778, Adams Family While in the asylum, he discovered his … Millikan, Neal E. John Adams’s Diary has proved a quarry of information on the rise of Revolutionary resistance in New England, the debates in the early Continental Congresses, and the diplomacy and financing of the American Revolution. This extraordinary family included presidents, statesmen, scholars, and literary figures. Woodward, Hobson Garrett, Wendell D. The existence of this diary was totally unsuspected until its somewhat accidental discovery among papers at the Vermont Historical Society during a search for Adams family letters of a later period. This volume chronicles his role in the negotiations and the decision to conclude a peace separate from France. Parts and in some cases all of these sketches were omitted from Charles Francis Adams’s nineteenth-century edition. Adams and his colleagues strived to establish a viable relationship between the new nation and its largest trading partner but were stymied by rising British anti-Americanism. Ryerson, Richard Alan Lint, Gregg L. Garrett, Wendell D. Hogan, Margaret A. Fries, Gwen The Adams Papers. Taylor, Robert J. This XML edition presents in a searchable online environment 41 volumes of The Adams Papers from the founding generation. This extraordinary family included presidents, statesmen, scholars, and literary figures. Lint, Gregg L. Papers of John Adams, Volume 11: January–September 1781, Adams, John Sikes, Sara B. Ryerson, Richard Alan Woodward, Hobson Taylor, C. James Lint, Gregg L. As a farewell… Costello, Humphrey. Lint, Gregg L. public. Martin, Sara Since Lyman H. Butterfield first organized the project, three generations of editors have added over 27,000 items from hundreds of other public and private sources. The biographical materials include newspaper clippings, journals, and diaries of the family members. Papers for service are brought into the Sheriff’s Office by courier delivery, U.S. Mail, the filing attorney or the plaintiff/petitioner. Contains "the papers, public and private, of President John Adams (1735-1826), President John Quincy Adams (1767-1848), and Charles Francis Adams (1807-1886), together with the papers of their wives and children." These volumes document John Adams’s thinking and actions during the final years of his congressional service and take him through his first five months as a Commissioner in France in association with Benjamin Franklin and Arthur Lee. Two-and-a-half centuries of United States history are covered and brought to life through the papers of the Adams family. preserve, publish, and encourage the use of documentary sources, relating to the history of Woodward, Hobson Information about the editorial project and other related resources is available at http://www.masshist.org/adams_editorial/. Taylor, Robert J. Papers of John Adams, Volume 2: September 1755 – April 1775. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Taylor, Robert J. Faber, Leonard C. See a complete list of Adams Papers volumes All rights reserved. Adams, John Martin, Sara Lint, Gregg L. Aside from the Legal Papers of John Adams, published in 1965, these two volumes are the first in Series III: General Correspondence and Other Papers of the Adams Statesmen. Lint, Gregg L. With the summer of 1784, most of the family reunited to spend nearly a year together in Europe. Millikan, Neal E. Shea, Jennifer Minister to Britain John Adams was unable to enforce the peace treaty of 1783 and renew Anglo–American commerce. John Adams was a shrewd observer of the political and diplomatic world in which he functioned and his comments on events and personalities remain the most candid and revealing of any American in Europe. Adams, John Millikan, Neal E. So confronted, Charles found occupation in preparing and expressing himself on economic matters of moment—banking and currency—and moral questions generated by the slavery issue. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1966. After 60 years, the project has published over 50 volumes of Adams documents. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at AbeBooks.com. Recording a span of sixty-eight years, it has been known heretofore only in partial form. Her husband emerges in a fullness seldom seen—ambitious and exacting, yet passionate, generous, and gallant. Millikan, Neal E. Sikes, Sara B. Lint, Gregg L. Her diaries reveal a reluctant but increasingly canny political wife. Taylor, C. James The letters in these volumes, written from both sides of the Atlantic, addressed by and to members of the Adams family, chronicle nearly five years of its history, They were years in which John Adams in successive missions to Europe, accompanied first by one son, then by two, initiated what would be a continuing role for Adamses in three generadons: representing their country and advancing its … Adams, John Norton, Amanda Mathews Adding to your cart. HUP’s Editorial Director, Sharmila Sen, who normally attends the conference, decided to check in with some of the people she would have otherwise seen there in person. Friedlaender, Marc Taylor, C. James. Description: 608 reels of microfilm (positive) Other Titles: Adams papers. Martin, Sara Karachuk, Robert F. Adams served as lieutenant-governor of Massachusetts from 1789 to 1793, and was governor from 1794 to 1797. Norton, Amanda Mathews Comprising nearly 300,000 manuscript pages, the material provides an intimate look at our nation’s history and culture from the era of the Revolution to the late nineteenth century. Sikes, Sara B. The first records his boyhood, his legal and political career, and the movement that culminated in American independence. Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 13: May 1798 – September 1799, Adams Family The Massachusetts Historical Society was given the collection with the condition that the Society publish these papers. Minty, Christopher F. Woodward, Hobson Taylor, C. James Woodward, Hobson Through its grants program, the NHPRC supports a wide range of activities to The American History Collection > The Adams Papers Digital Edition. Wroth, L. Kinvin Walker, Celeste. Adams Family Papers - collection overview. Martin, Sara John Adams’s Diary has proved a quarry of information on the rise of Revolutionary resistance in New England, the debates in the early Continental Congresses, and the diplomacy and financing of the American Revolution. In part, the diary antedates by more than two years all other diaries of John Adams, and significantly supplements the Diary and Autobiography of John Adams. Join Sara Martin, editor in chief of the Adams Papers editorial project at the Massachusetts Historical Society, to learn more about one family’s perspective on more than a century of American history. Copyright © by the Massachusetts Historical Society. Georgini, Sara, Papers of John Adams, Volume 20: June 1789 – February 1791, Adams, John New Material for the Digital Edition Diary and Autobiography of John Adams Earliest Diary and Autobiography of John Adams Diary of John Quincy Adams Adams Family Correspondence Legal Papers of John Adams Papers of John Adams The present volume reveals Charles Francis Adams as a sensitive and self-critical young man during his college years, in the social whirl of Washington while his father was Secretary of State and President, during his training as a lawyer in Daniel Webster’s Boston law office, and throughout his prolonged courtship of Abigail B. Brooks, a New England heiress. Twenty-five at the start of these volumes, Adams had yet to embark on the public career that would mark him a statesman, but by their conclusion he had been drawn into the maelstrom of politics. The second and third parts deal with his diplomatic experiences, and serve among other things as a retrospective commentary on the Diary; they are studded with sketches of Adams’s associates which are as scintillating as they are prejudiced. Hogan, Margaret A. Diary and Autobiography of John Adams, Volume 4: Autobiography, Parts Two and Three (1777–1780). The most significant event for the Adamses was John Quincy’s appointment as U.S. minister resident at The Hague, the beginning of a long diplomatic career. Norton, Amanda Mathews Once in, however, he showed himself politically adept. Add to Watchlist Unwatch. Fries, Gwen Lint, Gregg L. Millikan, Neal E. Taylor, Robert J. Georgini, Sara Woodward, Hobson Sprague, Marjorie, The Adams Family Correspondence, L. H. Butterfield writes, “is an unbroken record of the changing modes of domestic life, religious views and habits, travel, dress, servants, food, schooling, reading, health and medical care, diversions, and every other conceivable aspect of manners and taste among the members of a substantial New England family.”, Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 3 and 4: April 1778 – September 1782, Adams Family Adams Family Karachuk, Robert F. Norton, Amanda Mathews Adams, John Georgini, Sara. Claffey, Mary T. By early 1787, as this latest volume of the award-winning series Adams Family Correspondence opens, John and Abigail Adams, anticipating a quiet retirement from government in Massachusetts, were quickly pulled back into the public sphere by John’s election as the first vice president under the new Constitution. The Adams Papers Project was founded in 1954 to edit and publish the writings of the family of John Adams. Rodrique, Jessie May Ryerson, Richard Alan Born in London in 1775 to a Maryland merchant and his English wife, Louisa recalls her childhood and education in England and France and her courtship with John Quincy. Cecere, Anne Decker Woodward, Hobson. the United States, and research and development projects to bring historical records to the Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volume 8: June 1836 – February 1840, Adams, Charles Francis Martin, Sara The editors do not alter the Adamses' words; rather, they continue the search for Adams documents,... Funders. Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volume 2: July 1825 – September 1829, The present volume reveals Charles Francis Adams as a sensitive and self-critical young man: in the social whirl of Washington while his father was Secretary of State and President, during his training as a lawyer in Daniel Webster’s Boston law office, and throughout his prolonged courtship of Abigail B. Brooks, a New England heiress. Woodward, Hobson Taylor, C. James The John Hurst Adams collection consists of 23 linear feet of material, ranging from 1940-2011. National Historical Publications and The fiery debate over funding the Jay Treaty sets the political stage, and the caustic exchanges between Federalists and Democratic-Republicans only grow as rumors surface of George Washington’s impending retirement. In John Adams’s last 28 months as a diplomat in Europe, he petitioned to halt British impressment of American sailors, salvaged U.S. credit by contracting two Dutch loans, and finished A Defence of the Constitutions of Government of the United States of America. Adams, John Lint, Gregg L. June 2, 1797; Reply to the House of June 3, 1797; Message to the Senate of May 31, 1797 Regarding Envoys to France Norton, Amanda Mathews Woodward, Hobson Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volume 6: January 1833 – June 1836. It is a story about Hunter Adams who committed himself to an asylum for being suicidal. Lint, Gregg L. Search. Millikan, Neal E. Lint, Gregg L. Martin, Sara. The letters in these volumes, written from both sides of the Atlantic, chronicle the nearly five years in which John Adams—in successive missions to Europe, accompanied first by one son, then by two—initiated what would be a continuing role for Adamses in three generations: representing their country and advancing its interests in the capitals of Europe. Friedlaender, Marc. The manuscript collection at the Massachusetts Historical Society forms the nucleus of the project, to which have been added more than 27,000 items from libraries, institutions, and individuals. Archives. Friedlaender, Marc Georgini, Sara Papers of John Adams, Volume 9 and 10: March–December 1780. The Adams family comments on national and international events, from America’s growing tensions with Britain and France to virulent domestic political factionalism and the Whiskey Rebellion. Diary of John Quincy Adams, Volume 2: March 1786 – December 1788, Index, Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volume 1: January 1820 – June 1825, Adams, Charles Francis The Autobiography, intended for Adams’s family but never finished, consists of three large sections. A comprehensive edition of the diaries, correspondence, and other papers of the Adams family from 1753 to 1889. Adams Papers Editorial Project Project History. The Adams Papers edition was funded originally by Time-Life Inc. and the Ford Foundation. Prior to … Diary and Autobiography of John Adams, Volume 1: 1755–1770. The item you've selected was not added to your cart. The Massachusetts Historical Society established the Adams Papers editorial project in 1954, upon the Adams family’s commitment to donate their extensive collection of correspondence, diaries, and other documents to the Society. But he saved U.S. credit, petitioned to release impressed sailors, saw the Prussian–American treaty ratified, and laid the groundwork for negotiations with the Barbary States. included in Founders Online, with links to the documents. If the letters of John and Abigail are central, those written by others are hardly less interesting: the concerns of young John Quincy at school in Leiden and his observations of St. Petersburg at age fourteen; the adventure-filled return voyage of Charles, aged eleven, to America; and the interests of the younger Abigail, maturing in Braintree. 8 particularly interesting. Volume 18 of the Papers of John Adams chronicles John Adams’ tenure as minister to Great Britain and his joint commission, with Jefferson, to negotiate treaties with Europe and North Africa. Barlow, R. M. This volume chronicles Adams’s efforts, against great odds, to achieve formal recognition of the United States. Sikes, Sara B. Over the years the Lyn and Norman Lear Fund, the J. Howard Pew Freedom Trust, and the Charles E. Culpepper Foundation contributed significantly to the support of the project. Karachuk, Robert F. Taylor, C. James Walker, Celeste. Woodward, Hobson The Adams Papers project was founded in 1954 to prepare a comprehensive published edition of the manuscripts written and received by the family of John Adams of Quincy, Massachusetts. As usual, the Adams family was in the midst of it all. Lint, Gregg L. Claffey, Mary T. Taylor, C. James Adams Family Butterfield, L. H. Covering the period from Adams’s marriage in September 1829 to the end of 1832, these volumes record the early years of his maturity during which he was seeking to find his vocation. Hogan, Margaret A. Adams, John In this volume, for the first time, the circumstances and reasoning behind Adams’s bold moves in the spring of 1781 are presented in full. Cecere, Anne Decker Lint, Gregg L. John Adams’s shaping of the vice presidency dominates this volume of the Papers of John Adams, which chronicles a formative era in American government from June 1789 to February 1791. Georgini, Sara THE ADAMS PAPERS: DIARY AND AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF JOHN ADAMS. From Europe, John Quincy and Thomas Boylston shed light on the rise of the French Directory, the shifts in the continental war, and the struggles within the Batavian government, and John Quincy’s engagement to Louisa Catherine Johnson in London opens the next great collection of correspondence documenting the Adams family saga. This digital edition brings together all 30 volumes of The Adams Papers from the founding generation that have so far appeared in print, comprising the completed series of John Adams’s diary and the ongoing series of family correspondence and state papers, including three volumes carefully selected from John Adams’s legal papers. Butterfield, L. H. Adams Family Friedlaender, Marc Graham, Judith S. John Adams reached Paris on October 26, 1782, for the final act of the American Revolution: the peace treaty. Papers of John Adams, Volume 12: October 1781 – April 1782. Legal and constitutional scholars will find Vol. Virtual Conferences, Working from Home, and Flying Kids, Like many conferences this year, the annual American Academy of Religion­/­Society of Biblical Literature conference will be virtual. Martin, Sara Georgini, Sara. In mid-March 1781, John Adams received his commission and instructions as minister to the Netherlands and embarked on the boldest initiative of his diplomatic career. John’s equanimity in reporting to Abigail and his children on the speculation about the presidential successor gives way to expectation and surprise at the voracity of electioneering among political allies and opponents alike. Adams, John The Adams Family Papers (1618-2008, undated) contains correspondence, writings, diaries, newspaper clippings, the family bible and biographical materials. The Massachusetts Constitution of 1780, drafted by Adams, served as a crucial source for the U.S. Constitution; the earliest surviving version of that text is here published with full annotation for the first time. The Autobiography, intended for John Adams’s family but never finished, consists of three sections. Website. Reflection, Pages 4 (811 words) Patch Adams is a very touching, sad yet inspiring story where you can learn a lot of lessons. Hogan, Margaret A. As of 2012, 46 volumes have been published, including 37 in the founding generation. Revelas, Joanna M. Sikes, Sara B. Garrett, Wendell D. The Autobiography, intended for John Adams’s family but never finished, consists of three large sections. Military affairs provide some of the most fascinating subjects, including accounts of the Battle of Bunker Hill, assessments of high-ranking officers, and complaints about the behavior of riflemen sent from three states to aid the Massachusetts troops. Friedlaender, Marc Lint, Gregg L. Walker, Celeste Claffey, Mary T. The Adams Family Papers manuscript collection at the Massachusetts Historical Society forms the nucleus of … Luey, Beth Lint, Gregg L. Adams, John The second and third parts deal with his diplomatic experiences, and serve among other things as a retrospective commentary on his Diary: they are studded with sketches of Adams’s associates which are as scintillating as they are prejudiced. Hogan, Margaret A. Below is a list of in-print works in this collection, presented in series order or publication order as applicable. Sikes, Sara B. Woodward, Hobson Now that it is presented in full, we have for the first time a proper basis for comprehending Adams—an extraordinary human being, a master of robust, idiomatic language, a diarist in the great tradition. Butterfield, L. H. It was an unwilling plunge, dictated by what both he and his father, John Quincy Adams, regarded as betrayal of the elder Adams by Daniel Webster and his Whigs. Records Commission. Here is another blogpost on them, Martijn Slokker's last one: When I wrote my course paper, I worked with the Adams Family Papers, an electronic archive which contains (among other things) the correspondence between John Adams (1735-1826) and his wife Abigail (1744-1818). About the Adams Papers. Access to information concerning the collection has been made available to the public with the completion of the NHPRC-sponsored Online Adams Catalogue (OAC) at http://www.masshist.org/adams/catalog/. Papers of John Adams, Volume 6: August 1776 – July 1778, Adams, John The Society produced a comprehensive 608-reel microfilm edition of the Adams Papers. The Adams Papers Editorial Project is an ongoing project by historians and documentary editors at Massachusetts Historical Society to organize, transcribe, and publish a wide range of manuscripts, diaries, letterbooks and politically and culturally important letters authored by and received by the family of Founding Father John Adams, his wife Abigail Adams and their family, including John Quincy … The defeat of his father in the 1828 election, the tragic death of his older brother, and his marriage to Abigail in 1829, with which the volume ends, were way stations in his course toward making himself a “New England man.”, Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volume 4: September 1829 – December 1832. 60-day returns. Kline, Mary-Jo Users may access the contents by date, series, author, or … Millikan, Neal E. Papers of John Adams, Volume 19: February 1787 – May 1789, Adams, John Negotiating a Dutch–American commercial treaty the adams papers or … the Adams Papers is available at:! 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