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MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS

The Adams Family Papers
Adams Family CorrespondenceBoston Athenaeum Bostonian
Society Boston Public Library
The Diaries of John Quincy Adams: A Digital Collection
Houghton Library, Harvard University
Library of Congress
Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston
Massachusetts State Archives
New England Historical and Genealogical Society
New York Historical
Society New York Public Library
Smithsonian Institution

NEWSPAPERS

American Citizen
Boston Evening Post
Boston Gazette
Boston News-Letter
Columbian Centinel
Congressional Globe
Independent Chronicle (Boston)
Massachusetts Centinel
Massachusetts Spy
National Intelligencer
New England Chronicle
Philadelphia Aurora

GENERAL REFERENCES

Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations
Dictionary of American Biography
The Encyclopedia of American Education
The Encyclopedia of American History
Encyclopedia Britannica
La grande encyclopédie
Webster’s American Biographies
Webster’s New Biographical Dictionary

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