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The essential Jefferson, ed., with an introd., by Jean M. Yarbrough

Label
The essential Jefferson
Title
The essential Jefferson
Statement of responsibility
ed., with an introd., by Jean M. Yarbrough
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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1743-1826
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Jefferson, Thomas
Dewey number
352.23/809034
Index
index present
LC call number
E302
LC item number
.J442 2006
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Yarbrough, Jean M
Series statement
American heritage series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • United States
  • United States
  • Virginia
Label
The essential Jefferson, ed., with an introd., by Jean M. Yarbrough
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages xxxvi-xxxvii) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Public papers and addresses. A summary view of the rights of British America (1774) ; A Declaration by the Representatives of the United States of America, in General Congress assembled (with Jefferson's original draft and congressional amendments (1776) ; The Declaration of Independence (as adopted by Congress) (1776) ; A bill for establishing religious freedom (1777) ; Report on government for Western Territory (1784) ; Opinion on the constitutionality of a national bank (1791) ; Opinion on the French treaties (1793) ; Draft of Kentucky resolutions (1798) ; First Inaugural Address (1801) ; To Messrs. Nehemiah Dodge and others, a committee of Danbury Baptist Association, in the State of Connecticut (1802) ; Second Inaugural Address (1805) ; Report of the Commissioners for the University of Virginia (1818) -- Excerpts from Notes on Virginia (1782). Query VI (A quarrel with Buffon : the New World is not inferior) ; Query VIII (Should America encourage immigration?) ; Query XI (A description of the Indians) ; Query XIII (The Virginian constitution) ; Query XIV (The laws of Virginia : slavery, the natural endowments of the Black race, education) ; Query XVII (Religious freedom) ; Query XVIII (The effect of slavery on manners) ; Query XIX (Agrarian virtue) ; Query XXII (Commerce, shipping, and self-defense) -- Correspondence. To Edmund Pendleton, Aug. 26, 1776 (Early views on constitutionalism) ; To David Rittenhouse, July 19,1778 (An obligation higher than politics) ; To John Jay, Aug. 23, 1785 (A preference for sailors over manufacturers) ; To Charles Bellini, Sept. 30, 1785 (French and American morals) ; To John Banister, Jr., Oct. 15, 1785 (The disadvantage of study abroad) ; To James Madison, Oct. 28, 1785 (A "fundamental right to labor") ; To James Madison, Jan. 30, 1787 (Shay's Rebellion and Western secession) ; To Anne Willing Bingham, Feb. 7, 1787 ("The tranquil pleasures of American society") ; To Peter Carr, Aug. 10, 1787 (The moral sense) ; To William S. Smith, Nov. 13, 1787 ("The tree of liberty") ; To James Madison, Dec. 20, 1787 (Objections to the Constitution) ; To Francis Hopkinson, Mar. 13, 1789 (Party : "The last degradation of a free and moral agent) ; To James Madison, Mar. 15, 1789 (A bill of rights) ; To James Madison, Sept. 6, 1789 ("The earth belongs to the living") ; To Benjamin Banneker, Aug. 30, 1791 (Equality and "our Black brethren") ; To the President of the United States (George Washington), Sept. 2, 1792 (the conflict with Alexander Hamilton) ; To Elbridge Gerry, Jan. 26, 1799 ("A profession of my political faith") ; To William Green Munford, June 18, 1799 (Progress and perfectibility) ; To Dr. Joseph Priestley, Mar. 21, 1801 (Something new under the sun) ; To the U.S. Minister to France (Robert Livingston), Apr. 18, 1802 (The strategic importance of New Orleans) ; To Benjamin Hawkins, Feb. 18, 1803 (A plan for civilizing Indians) ; To Wilson Cary Nicholas, Sept. 7, 1803 (The Louisiana Purchase and constitutional amendments) ; To Henri Gregoire, Feb. 25, 1809 (Negro equality and rights) ; To John Tyler, May 26, 1810 (Education and the wards) ; To John Colvin, Sept. 20, 1810 (The "law of necessity and self-preservation") ; To John Adams, June 15, 1813 (An airing of our political differences) ; To John Adams, Oct. 28, 1813 (The natural aristocracy) ; To J. Correa de Serra, Apr. 19, 1814 (Happiness and virtue) ; To Thomas Law, June 13, 1814 (The moral sense) ; To Joseph C. Cabell, Feb. 2, 1816 ("Divide the counties into wards") ; To Pierre Samuel Dupont de Nemours, Apr. 24, 1816 (The moral principles on which government is founded) ; To John Taylor, May 28, 1816 (What is a republic?) ; To Francis W. Gilmer, June 7, 1816 (The sense of justice is natural to man) To Samuel Kercheval, July 12, 1816 (How to reform the Virginian constitution) ; To Isaac Tiffany, Aug. 26, 1816 ("This new principle of representative democracy") ; To Nathaniel Burwell, Mar. 14, 1818 (Ideas on female education) ; To Judge Spencer Roane, Sept. 6, 1819 (Constitutional construction) ; To John Holmes, April 22, 1820 ("A fire bell in the night") ; To Jared Sparks, Feb. 4, 1824 (A plan for emancipation) ; To Major John Cartwright, June 5, 1824 (The lessons of experience ; Christianity and the common law) ; To Henry Lee, May 8, 1825 ("The object of the Declaration of Independence") ; To William Branch Giles, Dec. 26, 1825 (Resistance to consolidation) ; To James Madison, Feb. 17, 1826 ("Take care of me when dead") ; To Roger C. Weightman, June 24, 1826 (Last thoughts on the Declaration of Independence)
Control code
61456545
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xxxvii, 287 pages
Isbn
9780872207486
Isbn Type
(cloth)
Lccn
2005024725
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
9780872207479
Label
The essential Jefferson, ed., with an introd., by Jean M. Yarbrough
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages xxxvi-xxxvii) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Public papers and addresses. A summary view of the rights of British America (1774) ; A Declaration by the Representatives of the United States of America, in General Congress assembled (with Jefferson's original draft and congressional amendments (1776) ; The Declaration of Independence (as adopted by Congress) (1776) ; A bill for establishing religious freedom (1777) ; Report on government for Western Territory (1784) ; Opinion on the constitutionality of a national bank (1791) ; Opinion on the French treaties (1793) ; Draft of Kentucky resolutions (1798) ; First Inaugural Address (1801) ; To Messrs. Nehemiah Dodge and others, a committee of Danbury Baptist Association, in the State of Connecticut (1802) ; Second Inaugural Address (1805) ; Report of the Commissioners for the University of Virginia (1818) -- Excerpts from Notes on Virginia (1782). Query VI (A quarrel with Buffon : the New World is not inferior) ; Query VIII (Should America encourage immigration?) ; Query XI (A description of the Indians) ; Query XIII (The Virginian constitution) ; Query XIV (The laws of Virginia : slavery, the natural endowments of the Black race, education) ; Query XVII (Religious freedom) ; Query XVIII (The effect of slavery on manners) ; Query XIX (Agrarian virtue) ; Query XXII (Commerce, shipping, and self-defense) -- Correspondence. To Edmund Pendleton, Aug. 26, 1776 (Early views on constitutionalism) ; To David Rittenhouse, July 19,1778 (An obligation higher than politics) ; To John Jay, Aug. 23, 1785 (A preference for sailors over manufacturers) ; To Charles Bellini, Sept. 30, 1785 (French and American morals) ; To John Banister, Jr., Oct. 15, 1785 (The disadvantage of study abroad) ; To James Madison, Oct. 28, 1785 (A "fundamental right to labor") ; To James Madison, Jan. 30, 1787 (Shay's Rebellion and Western secession) ; To Anne Willing Bingham, Feb. 7, 1787 ("The tranquil pleasures of American society") ; To Peter Carr, Aug. 10, 1787 (The moral sense) ; To William S. Smith, Nov. 13, 1787 ("The tree of liberty") ; To James Madison, Dec. 20, 1787 (Objections to the Constitution) ; To Francis Hopkinson, Mar. 13, 1789 (Party : "The last degradation of a free and moral agent) ; To James Madison, Mar. 15, 1789 (A bill of rights) ; To James Madison, Sept. 6, 1789 ("The earth belongs to the living") ; To Benjamin Banneker, Aug. 30, 1791 (Equality and "our Black brethren") ; To the President of the United States (George Washington), Sept. 2, 1792 (the conflict with Alexander Hamilton) ; To Elbridge Gerry, Jan. 26, 1799 ("A profession of my political faith") ; To William Green Munford, June 18, 1799 (Progress and perfectibility) ; To Dr. Joseph Priestley, Mar. 21, 1801 (Something new under the sun) ; To the U.S. Minister to France (Robert Livingston), Apr. 18, 1802 (The strategic importance of New Orleans) ; To Benjamin Hawkins, Feb. 18, 1803 (A plan for civilizing Indians) ; To Wilson Cary Nicholas, Sept. 7, 1803 (The Louisiana Purchase and constitutional amendments) ; To Henri Gregoire, Feb. 25, 1809 (Negro equality and rights) ; To John Tyler, May 26, 1810 (Education and the wards) ; To John Colvin, Sept. 20, 1810 (The "law of necessity and self-preservation") ; To John Adams, June 15, 1813 (An airing of our political differences) ; To John Adams, Oct. 28, 1813 (The natural aristocracy) ; To J. Correa de Serra, Apr. 19, 1814 (Happiness and virtue) ; To Thomas Law, June 13, 1814 (The moral sense) ; To Joseph C. Cabell, Feb. 2, 1816 ("Divide the counties into wards") ; To Pierre Samuel Dupont de Nemours, Apr. 24, 1816 (The moral principles on which government is founded) ; To John Taylor, May 28, 1816 (What is a republic?) ; To Francis W. Gilmer, June 7, 1816 (The sense of justice is natural to man) To Samuel Kercheval, July 12, 1816 (How to reform the Virginian constitution) ; To Isaac Tiffany, Aug. 26, 1816 ("This new principle of representative democracy") ; To Nathaniel Burwell, Mar. 14, 1818 (Ideas on female education) ; To Judge Spencer Roane, Sept. 6, 1819 (Constitutional construction) ; To John Holmes, April 22, 1820 ("A fire bell in the night") ; To Jared Sparks, Feb. 4, 1824 (A plan for emancipation) ; To Major John Cartwright, June 5, 1824 (The lessons of experience ; Christianity and the common law) ; To Henry Lee, May 8, 1825 ("The object of the Declaration of Independence") ; To William Branch Giles, Dec. 26, 1825 (Resistance to consolidation) ; To James Madison, Feb. 17, 1826 ("Take care of me when dead") ; To Roger C. Weightman, June 24, 1826 (Last thoughts on the Declaration of Independence)
Control code
61456545
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xxxvii, 287 pages
Isbn
9780872207486
Isbn Type
(cloth)
Lccn
2005024725
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
9780872207479

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