Adams vs. Jefferson: The Tumultuous Election of 1800

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DAJA 1:140n; AA to JA, Feb. 11, 1784, AFC 5:303, 305n; AA to Mary Cranch, Aug. 9, 1789, Dec. 11, 1799, Stewart Mitchell, ed., New Letters of Abigail Adams (Boston, 1947), 20, 221.
John H. B. Latrobe, The Capitol and Washington at the Beginning of the Present Century (Baltimore, 1881), 5.
Eric Sloane, Our Vanishing Landscape (New York, 1955), 57, 62–64; Jack Larkin, The Reshaping of Everyday Life, 1790–1840 (New York, 1988), 157, 161, 212, 216.
AA to Mary Cranch, Nov. 21, 1800, Feb. 7, 1801, Mitchell, New Letters of Abigail Adams, 256, 264.
JMB 2:1021n; Dumas Malone, Jefferson and His Times (Boston, 1948–81), 3:209, 477; Jack McLaughlin, Jefferson and Monticello: The Biography of a Builder (New York, 1988), 94, 258, 271.
McLaughlin, Jefferson and Monticello, 109–13; Malone, Jefferson, 3:453–54; Merrill D. Peterson, Thomas Jefferson and the New Nation (New York, 1970), 634.
WTJ 7:475–77.
Peterson, Jefferson and the New Nation, 641.
TJ to James Monroe, Sep. 20, 1800, WTJ 7:457–58.
Quoted in Malone, Jefferson, 3:477.
McLaughlin, Jefferson and Monticello, 143; JMB 2:878n, 1047n. 1031.
JMB 2:1031, 1031n.
Jack N. Rakove, “The Political Presidency: Discovery and Invention, in James Horn, Jan Ellen Lewis, and Peter S. Onuf, eds., The Revolution of 1800: Democracy, Race, and the New Republic (Charlottesville, 2002), 35–36; Clinton Rossiter, 1787: The Grand Convention (New York, 1966), 198–200, 218–21.


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