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Painter, Nell Irwin,
Sojourner Truth - A Life, A Symbol (Norton, NY 1996)
Highly interpretive, interesting, well researched as far as I can tell.
Beverly Wilson, ed., The Selected Letters of Charles Sumner. (Boston: Northeastern
University Press, 1990).
Pangle, Thomas L.
Have read: The
Spirit of Modern Republicanism : the Moral Vision of the American Founders
and the Philosophy of Locke.
Philosophy of Liberalism; a Commentary on the Spirit of the laws.
Thomas L. ed; Palmer, Michael ed, Political Philosophy and the Human
Soul : Essays in Memory of Allan Bloom, (Lanham, Md. : Rowman &
Littlefield Publishers, c1995).
RUL: JA71.P62 1995
Thomas L.; Pangle, Lorraine Smith, The Learning of Liberty : the Educational
Ideas of the American founders (Lawrence, KS : University Press of
RUL: LA206.P36 1993
Thomas L., The Ennobling of Democracy : the Challenge of the Postmodern
Age / Thomas L. Pangle. (Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press,
RUL: JC423.P249 1991
Thomas L., ed; Strauss, Leo, The Rebirth of Classical Political Rationalism
: an Introduction to the Thought of Leo Strauss : essays and lectures
(Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1989)
RUL: JA81.S756 1989
Thomas L., The Spirit of Modern Republicanism : the Moral Vision of
the American Founders and the Philosophy of Locke (Chicago : University
of Chicago Press, 1988.)
RUL: JC153.L87P36 1988
Read in September and October 1998, as we were moving to Hopatcong;
was beginning to write essay, "Big
Ideas in the History of the Early Republic".
Thomas L., ed, The Roots of Political Philosophy : Ten Forgotten Socratic
Dialogues / translated, with interpretive studies, edited by Thomas L.
Pangle. ( Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 1987)
RUL: JC71.P2213 1987
Thomas L., ed, The Laws of Plato / translated with notes and an interpretive
essay by Thomas L. Pangle.(New York : Basic Books, c1980)
RUL: JC71.P2633 1980
Thomas L.,Montesquieu's Philosophy of Liberalism; a Commentary on the
Spirit of the laws (Chicago, University of Chicago Press  )
et. al, Sketches of Men in Progress (New York 1870)
Cited on p32 of Gentlemen of Prop..., as a good source for James
Watson Webb. A miscellany of biographical sketches?
Parton is sometimes called "the father of American biography".
His works stand up well today, and his biography of Andrew Jackson is used
in all modern biographies.
He is also know for extensive quoting of documents of the time (whether
that is true in this case or not).
Anyone seen it and have comments?
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Bliss, ed., The Heart of Emerson's Journals (Houghton Mifflin -
date of publication - ?; Copywrite 1937, Raymond Emerson).
Merrill D., The Great Triumvirate: Webster,
Clay, and Calhoun
(New York and Oxford, 1987):
Integrated biographies of the three men who, in the Senate, challenged
Andrew Jackson's greatness
and overshadowed the presidents in the years from 1837 till about 1850,
around which time all three died.
George Wilson, Tocqueville in America (Peter Smith 1969; Abridgement
by Dudley C. Lunt from Toqueville and Beaumont in America.
John, Letters from John Pintard to his daughter, Eliza Noel Pintard
Davidson, 1816-1833 (New York, Printed for the New York historical
society, 1940- )
Timothy, A Statistical View of the Commerce of the United States
(NY: Augustus Kelley, 1967; Orig: Hartford, Charles Hosmer, 1816)
P:$1.25+nj-tx; SBS 11/20/98
R.U.L.: HF3025.P68 (SPCOL)
The Speeches of The Right Honourable Wm. Pitt, in the House of Commons,
vol I, (NY: Kraus 1972; Orig: London 1817)
P:$1.00+nj-tx; SBS 11/20/98 (iii, iv)
Donald E. and Elliott, Josephine M., eds New Harmony's Fourth of July
Tradition (New Harmony, Ind: Raintree Books, 1976).
(cited p312, footnote 46, Eckhardt,
John A., John Greenleaf Whittier, Friend of Man (Boston, 1949).
Collection of short vignettes, giving an insider's view of Washington
DC, mostly in the antebellum years. Often cited.
The History of Old Alexandria, Virginia, from July 13, 1749 to May 24,
1861, (Richmond, William Byrd Press )
NYPL: ITD (Alexandria) (Powell, M. G. History of old Alexandria)
Used by James,
Anne Royall's U.S.A., as background for the City Tavern,
and its keeper at the time, Horatio Clagett.
George Lewis, A Memoir of S.S.
Prentiss, edited by his
brother (NY Scribners, 1855).
James, Remini, Robert V., ed., The Presidency of Andrew Jackson
Keywords: bio:Jackson, Andrew;us;jackson-era
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