U.S. Pres. John Adams letter
Letter from U.S. Pres. John Adams of Grosvenor Square to Mr. Mazzei [n.p.] in which he mentions the Quakers changing names of days and months. Describes the soil and land in New England. Hitchinson was a Tory and sometimes his information is colored by that fact.
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Society of Friends, New England - Description and travel, Thomas Hutchinson 1711-1780, Philip Mazzei 1730-1816.
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