Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848
- Existence: 1767 - 1848
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Collection includes a letter of introduction for Morris Birkbeck addressed to Richard Rush, March 13, 1817; a letter to Caesar Augustus Rodney concerning a census of Alabama, November 1, 1822; and a letter to James Brown concerning diplomatic relations with Spain, South America, and France, May 28, 1825.
Dates: Created: 1817-1825
Collection — Box: 64
Scope and Contents A 1797 memoriam to William Orr, an Irishman who died "on the altar of English tyranny". Three letters, 1821-1822, from Edward Copland in New York and Philadelphia discuss politics and news of the day. Lengthy discussion of the yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia and its handling. One letter, 1822, from C.A. Beck in Albany, NY. gives lengthy discussions re: an article about Thomas Jefferson by "A Native of Virginia", a controversy between Mr. Rumpel and J.Q. Adams and New York politics between...
Dates: Created: 1797 - 1844