The Papers of James Monroe: Selected correspondence and papers, 1776-1794

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Greenwood Press, Jan 1, 2006 - History - 747 pages

This volume examines letters, newspaper articles, and eyewitness accounts from 1776-1794, documenting James Monroe's time in the Continental Army, in state and national government, and as an attorney, while also revealing aspects of his personal life. These rarely seen documents provide great insight into both Monroe's public activities and his private life. Read letters he wrote from the battlefield to George Washington. Better understand his political views by reading the correspondence he had with Thomas Jefferson and Patrick Henry. Read a letter Monroe wrote to his wife--the only letter he did not destroy after her death. This extraordinary collection is ideal for undergraduate students, as well as for scholars interested in learning more about James Monroe's personal life.

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Contents

To John Thornton 3 July
4
To George Washington 28 June
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To J Heitman 7 December
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DANIEL PRESTON had 20 years in historical documentary editing before joining the Papers of James Monroe Project as editor. The project is sponsored by the James Monroe Presidential Center at Mary Washington University.

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