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Formation of the Union By Albert Bushnell Hart Characters: 2058

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BIBLIOGRAPHIES.-W. E. Foster, References to Presidential

Administrations, 1-5; References to the Constitution, 18, 19; Justin

Winsor, Narrative and Critical History, VII. 299-309, 323-329, 413-418,

446, 454, VIII. App.; P. L. Ford, Bibliotheca Hamiltonia; Channing and

Hart, Guide, §§ 157-161.

HISTORICAL MAPS.-Nos. 1 and 3, this volume, and No. 1 in W. Wilson, Division and Reunion (Epoch Maps, Nos. 6, 7, and 8); T. MacCoun, Historical Geography; Scribner, Statistical Atlas, Plate 13.

GENERAL ACCOUNTS.-J. B. McMaster, People of the United States, I. 525-604, II. 1-88; R. Hildreth, United States, IV. 25-410; J. Schouler, United States, I. 74-220; H. Von Holst, Constitutional History, I. 64- 111; T. Pitkin, Political and Civil History, II. 317-355; Gen. Tucker, United States, I. 384-503; J. S. Landon, Constitutional History, 97- 119; Bryant and Gay, Popular History, IV. 100-123.

SPECIAL HISTORIES.-George Gibbs, Memoirs of the Administrations of

Washington and Adams, I. 28-88; J. C. Hamilton, Hi

story of the

Republic, IV.; W. G. Sumner, Alexander Hamilton; H. C. Adams,

Taxation in the United States (1789-1816); W. G. Sumner, Financier and

Finances of the American Revolution, II. chs. xvii.-xxxii.; J. T. Morse,

Life of Hamilton, I. chs. vii.-xii.; M. P. Follet, Speaker; H. C.

Lodge, Hamilton, 88-152, and Washington, II. 1-128; J. T. Morse, John

Adams, 241-264, and Jefferson, 96-145; S. H. Gay, Madison, 128-192.

CONTEMPORARY ACCOUNTS.-W. Maclay, Journal (1789-1791) (a racy account of the Senate in the First Congress); Thomas Jefferson, Anas, in Works, ix. 87-185 (confessedly made up twenty-five years later); William Sullivan, Familiar Letters on Public Characters, 36-47 (written in reply to Jefferson); Joel Barlow, Vision of Columbus, 1787 (an epic poem); correspondence in works of Washington, Hamilton, Madison, Jefferson, and John Jay; newspapers, especially the Columbian Centinel, Gazette of the United States, National Gazette.-Reprints in American History told by Contemporaries, III.

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