John Adams to Eldridge Gerry

John Adams. 1782.

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Written by John Adams towards the end of the war, while he was in Europe as an ambassador of the United States. Adams contemplates the concerns and necessities that the United States must address when it wins independence.

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Image of John Adams to Eldridge Gerry

Written by John Adams towards the end of the war, while he was in Europe as an ambassador of the United States. Adams contemplates the concerns and necessities that the United States must address when it wins independence.

Image of John Adams to Eldridge Gerry

Written by John Adams towards the end of the war, while he was in Europe as an ambassador of the United States. Adams contemplates the concerns and necessities that the United States must address when it wins independence.

Metadata Details
Item Type Letter
Title John Adams to Eldridge Gerry
Short Title Adams to Gerry, 1782
Creator John Adams
Publication Date 1782
Call Number VAULT Case MS 6A 81 (#8)
Archive Herbert R. Strauss Collection of Adams Family Letters
Location Special Collections 4th floor