Experiment in Independence: New Jersey in the Critical Period, 1781-1789

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INDEX
Abbott, Benjamin, 54
Agriculture: pattern of, 42-43; depression in, 189; price movements in, 197n
"A Jerseyman," 265
Allentown11, 56n Allison, Burgess, 57
American Museum,60
"Americanus," 279; see also John Stevens, Jr.
Amwell, 11
Anderson, George, 92n Anderson, Thomas, 130, 231n, 268n
Anglican Church, 44; see also Episcopal Church Annapolis, 246, 247, 248
Annapolis Convention, 253-55
Arnett, Shelly, 30, 59, 263n Arnold, Jacob, 130, 301n Asbury, Bishop Francis, 45, 54
Asgill, Capt. Charles, 8
Ashfield, Richard, 142n Assleck, Com. Sir Edmund, 15
"Association," 10, 35
Athenian Society, 167
Axford, Charles, 268n Bache, Theoph., 141n Bacon, John, 7
Baker, John, 200
Ball, Aaron, 57
Ball, Joseph, 144
Baptist Church, 44, 53
Barney, Capt. Joshua, 13
Barton, J., 141n, 142n Beach, Rev. Abraham, 49, 50
Beatty, John, 225, 240, 268n Bell, Andrew, 14, 29
Benezet, Anthony, 55
Bergen County, 20, 32n, 33, 34, 35n, 36, 41, 87n, 127, 198, 200, 212
Biddle, Clement, 149-57
Biddle, John, 92n Bingham, William, 145
Bispham, John, 143n Bispham, John, Jr., 143 n Blair, Robert, 291n

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Experiment in Independence: New Jersey in the Critical Period, 1781-1789
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Key to Abbreviations xiii
  • I - Introduction to Independence 3
  • II - The Plight of the Loyalists 25
  • III - Social and Cultural Reconstruction 40
  • IV - Politics: the Rules and the Game 69
  • V - Business and the Government 103
  • VI - The Landed Interest 135
  • VII - Money: the Era of Deflation 158
  • VIII - Money: the Familiar Remedy 186
  • IX - New Jersey and the Confederation 218
  • X - New Jersey and the Constitution 252
  • XI - The Counterrevolution 280
  • XII - Conclusion 304
  • Appendix I - Record of Tax Receipts, 1784-17901 307
  • Appendix II - Record of Interest Payments, 1784-17891 308
  • Bibliography 309
  • Index 327
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