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RQ-271248-20
Adams Papers Editorial Project
Sara Martin, Massachusetts Historical Society

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Adams Family Correspondence, volume 13, Adams Papers Digital Edition (Web Resource)
Title: Adams Family Correspondence, volume 13, Adams Papers Digital Edition
Author: Sara Martin
Author: Hobson Woodward
Author: Christopher F. Minty
Author: Amanda M. Norton
Author: Neal E. Millikan
Author: Emily Ross
Author: Sara B. Sikes
Author: Sara Georgini
Abstract: This volume of Adams Family Correspondence spans the tumultuous period May 1798 through September 1799 and chronicles in 288 documents an important period in John and Abigail Adams's public life, as well as John Quincy Adams's diplomatic career. With relations with France teetering on the brink of war and deepening divisions within the Federalist party at home, John Adams's presidency was fraught with tension. Abigail Adams served as his trusted confidant and advisor and wielded her public power to aid her husband's administration. From Europe, the couple's eldest son, John Quincy Adams, sent vital reports home on conditions abroad. The letterpress volume was published in 2017, and it was converted to the Adams Papers Digital Edition and made freely accessible to the public in June 2021.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.masshist.org/publications/adams-papers/index.php/volume/ADMS-04-13
Primary URL Description: This is the link to the landing page for Adams Family Correspondence, volume 13, as included in the Adams Papers Digital Edition on the website of the Massachusetts Historical Society.


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