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ADAMS FAMILY. Archives. Adams family correspondence. L. H. Butterfield, ed. Cam­bridge, Harvard Univ., 1963- 63-14964

ALLEN, GARDNER WELD. Our naval war with France. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 192-323 p. 30-18792

AMES, HERMAN VANDENBURG and MCMASTER, JOHN BACH, eds. The X. Y. Z. letters. Phil­adelphia, Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1899. 36 p. 12-30260

BOWEN, CATHERINE (DRINKER). John Adams and the American Revolution. Boston, Little, Brown, 1950. 699 p. 50-8182

CHINARD, GILBERT. Honest John Adams. Boston, Little, Brown, 1933. 359 p. 33-32200

DAUER, MANNING JULIAN. The Adams Feder­alists. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins, 1953. 381 p. 53-11171

HARASZTI, ZOLTAN. John Adams & the prophets of progress. Cambridge, Harvard Univ., 1952. 362 p. 52-5030

KURTZ, STEPHEN G. The Presidency of John Adams; the collapse of Federalism, 1795-1800. Philadelphia, Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1957. 448 p. 57-7764

MILLER, JOHN CHESTER. Crisis in freedom: the Alien and Sedition acts. Boston, Little, Brown, 1951. 253 p. 51-14177

SMITH, JAMES MORTON. Freedom's fetters; the Alien and Sedition laws and American civil liberties. Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell Univ., 1956-56-2434

SMITH, PAGE. John. Adams. Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday, 1962. 2 v. 63-7188

VAN DER LINDEN, FRANK. The turning point; Jefferson's battle for the Presidency. Washington, Luce, 1962. 371 p. 62-15782

WHITNEY, JANET (PAYNE). Abigail Adams. Boston, Little, Brown, 1947. 357 p. 47-30464

E331-337.5 JEFFERSON'S ADMINISTRATIONS, 1801-1809

ABERNETHY, THOMAS PERKINS. The Burr conspiracy. New York, Oxford Univ. Press, 1954. 301 p. 54-6907

ALLEN, GARDNER WELD. Our navy and the Barbary corsairs. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin, 1905. 354 p. 5-6135

ARROWOOD, CHARLES FUNN, ed. Thomas Jefferson and education in a republic. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1930. 184 p. 30-24704

BELOFF, MAX. Thomas Jefferson and American

democracy. New York, Macmillan, 1949. 271 p.

49-10368

BOWERS, CLAUDE GERNADE. Jefferson in

power, the death struggle of the Federalists.

Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1936. 538 p.

36-19161

BOWERS, CLAUDE GERNADE. The young

Jefferson, 1743-1789. Boston, Houghton Mifflin,

1945. 544 p. 45-2085

BROWNE, CHARLES ALBERT. Thomas Jefferson and the scientific trends of his time. Waltham, Mass., Chronica Botanica, 1944. 423 p. 45-1334

CHANNDSTG, EDWARD. The Jeffersonian system,

1801-1811. New York, Harper, 1906. 299 p.

6-4953

CHINARD, GILBERT. Thomas Jefferson, the

apostle of Americanism. 2d ed., rev. Ann

Arbor, Univ. of Michigan, 1957, c!939. 548 p.

57-4665

HONEYWELL, ROY JOHN. The educational work of Thomas Jefferson. Cambridge, Harvard Univ., 1931. 295 p. 31-11362

JEFFERSON, THOMAS, Pres. U. S. Autobiog­raphy. With an introd. by Dumas Malone. New York, Capricorn, 1959. 119 p. 59-9117rev

JEFFERSON, THOMAS, pres. U. S. Jefferson himself, the personal narrative of a many-sided American. Ed. by Bernard Mayo. Boston, Hough-ton Mifflin, 1942. 384 p. 42-50339

JEFFERSON, THOMAS, pres. U.S. The life and selected writings of Thomas Jefferson. Ed. by Adrienne Koch & William Peden. New York, Modern Library, 1944. 730 p. 44-5049

JEFFERSON, THOMAS, Pres. U. S. Thomas Jefferson, architect; original designs in the collection of Thomas Jefferson Coolidge ... Cam­bridge, Riverside, 1916. 205 p. 17-8100 JOHNSON, ALLEN. Jefferson and his colleagues; a chronicle of the Virginia dynasty. New Haven, Yale Univ., 1921. 343 p. 21-14810

KTMBALL, MARIE (GOEBEL). Jefferson, the road to glory, 1743 to 1776. New York, Coward-McCann, 1943. 358 p. 43-6215

KTMBALL, MARIE (GOEBEL). Jefferson, war and peace, 1776 to 1784. New York, Coward -McCann, 1947. 398 p. 47-4981

KOCH, ADRIENNE. Jefferson and Madison; the great collaboration. New York, Knopf, 1950. 294 p. 50-6417

KOCH, ADRIENNE. The philosophy of Thomas Jefferson. Gloucester, Mass. , P. Smith, 1957, C1943. 208 p. (A44-103)

MALONE, DUMAS. Jefferson and Ms time. Boston, Little, Brown, 1948- 48-5972 MALONE, DUMAS. Thomas Jefferson as political leader. Berkeley, Univ. of California, 1963. 75 p. 63-14760

MARTIN, EDWIN THOMAS. Thomas Jefferson:

scientist. New York, Schuman, 1952. 289 p.

52-7559

MOTT, FRANK LUTHER. Jefferson and the press.

Baton Rouge, La., Louisiana State Univ., 1943.

65 p. 43-16530

NOCK, ALBERT JAY. Jefferson. New York, Hill & Wang, 1960. 210 p. 60-50800

PADOVER, SAULKUSSIEL. Jefferson. New York, Harcourt, Brace, 1942. 459 p. 42-12336

PATTERSON, CALEB PERRY. The constitution­al principles of Thomas Jefferson. Austin, Univ. of Texas, 1953. 211 p. 53-5999

PETERSON, MERRDLL D. The Jefferson image in the American mind. New York, Oxford Univ. Press, 1960. 548 p. 60-6140

RANDOLPH, SARAH NICHOLAS. The domestic life of Thomas Jefferson, compiled from family letters and reminiscences by his great-grand­daughter. New York, Ungar, 1958. 432 p. 58-8958

SCHACHNER, NATHAN. Thomas Jefferson, a biography. New York, Yoseloff, 1957. 1070 p. 57-14046

SEARS, LOUIS MARTIN. Jefferson and the em­bargo. Durham, N. C., Duke Univ., 1927. 340 p. 27-5703

WOOLERY, WILLIAM KIRK. The relation of Thomas Jefferson to American foreign policy, 1783-1793. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins, 1927. 128 p. 27-18514

WRIGHT, LOUIS BOOKER and MACLEOD, JULIA H. The first Americans in North Africa; William Eatonfs struggle for a vigorous policy against the Barbary pirates, 1799-1805. Princeton, Prince­ton Univ., 1945. 227 p. A45-4437

E337.8-400 Early nineteenth century, 1801/1809-1845

E337.8 COLLECTED WORKS OF AMERICAN STATESMEN

ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY, pres. U. S. Writings of John Quincy Adams. Ed. by Worthington Chauncey Ford. New York, Macmillan, 1913-17. 7 v. 13-2027

CALHOUN, JOHN CALDWELL. Papers. Ed. by Robert L. Meriwether. Columbia, Univ. of South Carolina, 1959- 59-10351

CLAY, HENRY. Papers. James F. Hopkins, ed. Lexington, Univ. of Kentucky, 1959-59-13605

WEBSTER, DANIEL. The letters of Daniel Web­ster, from documents owned principally by the New Hampshire Historical Society. New York, McClure, Phillips, 1902. 769 p. 2-26743

E338 GENERAL WORKS

BABCOCK, KENDRIC CHARLES. The rise of American nationality, 1811-1819. New York, Harper, 1906. 339 p. 6-9272

BLAU, JOSEPH LEON, ed. Social theories of Jacksonian democracy; representative writings of the period 1825-1850. New York, Liberal Arts, 1954. 383 p. 55-169

CRAVEN, AVERY ODELLE. The coming of the Civil War. 2d ed. Chicago, Univ. of Chicago, 1957. 491 p. 57-8572

EK3RCH, ARTHUR ALPHONSE. The idea of progress in America, 1815-1860. New York, P. Smith, 1951. 305 p. (A52-9817)

LIVERMORE, SHAW. The twilight of federalism; the disintegration of the Federalist Party, 1815-1830. Princeton, Princeton Univ. Press, 1962. 292 p. 62-7410

MEYERS, MARVIN. The Jacksonian persuasion; politics and belief. Stanford, Stanford Univ., 1957. 231 p. 57-12515

RIEGEL, ROBERT EDGAR. Young America, 1830-1840. Norman, Univ. of Oklahoma, 1949. 435 p. 49-50089

ROZWENC, EDWIN CHARLES, ed. The meaning of Jacksonian democracy. Boston, Heath, 1963. 124 p. 63-3041

TURNER, FREDERICK JACKSON. The United States, 1830-1850; the nation and its sections. New York, Holt, 1935. 602 p. 35-5282

VAN DEUSEN, GLYNDON GARLOCK. The Jack­sonian era, 1828-1848. New York, Harper, 1959. 291 p. 58-13810

E339-340 BIOGRAPHY

CAPERS, GERALD MORTIMER. John C. Cal-houn, opportunist; a reappraisal. Gainesville, Univ. of Florida, 1960. 275 p. 60-15788

COIT, MARGARET L. John C. Calhoun, Amer­ican portrait. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1950. 593 p. 50-5234

CURRENT, RICHARD NELSON. Daniel Webster and the rise of national conservatism. Boston, Little, Brown, 1955. 215 p. 55-7468

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