Chronological List Summary

  • Last updated on November 10, 2022

1756: A Journal of the Life, Gospel Labours, and Christian Experience of that Faithful Minister of Jesus Christ, John Woolman 509

1758: The Curse of Cowardice 433

1764; 1774; 1776: Letters of Abigail Adams to John Adams 299

1765: Resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress 3

1766: Letter to the Committee of Merchants in London 354

1766: On the Right to Tax America 159

1767: Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania to the Inhabitants of the British Colonies 308

1770: Paul Revere’s Engraving of the Boston Massacre 179

1772: The Rights of the Colonists 20

1773: A Sermon Preached to the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in Boston 442

1773: Rules by Which a Great Empire May Be Reduced to a Small One 169

1774: The Declaration and Resolves of the First Continental Congress 11

1774: A Discourse on the Love of Our Country 461

1774: John Hancock’s Boston Massacre Oration 187

1774: Letter on the Rebellion in Springfield 328

1774: Letters from an American Farmer 372

1774­–1775: Letters on Independence 336

1774: A Summary View of the Rights of British America 30

1775: An Address to the People of England, Scotland, and Ireland on the Present Important Crisis of Affairs 197

1775: Beloved Brethren 627

1775: Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of Taking Up Arms 48

1775: The Farmer Refuted 215

1775: Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death 39

1775: Letter from George Washington to Martha Washington, June 18, 1775 346

1775: Peter Brown’s Letter to His Mother, Following the Battle of Bunker Hill 413

1775: Proclamation on Behalf of King George III 207

1775: Speech of Senghnagenrat, an Oneida Chief 651

1775: Speech on Conciliation with America 224

1776: Common Sense 58

1776: Declaration of Independence 68

1776: The Dominion of Providence over the Passions of Men 471

1776: Joseph Brant to Lord George Germain 634

1776: Letter from Oliver Wolcott to Roger Newberry 416

1776: Letter on the Virginia Constitution 363

1776: Letters Concerning the Revolution 419

1776: Liberty Further Extended 517

1776: New York Mechanics Declaration of Independence 525

1776: On American Independence 284

1776: On the Right to Rebel against Governors 452

1777: Constitution of New York 88

1777: New York Legislature Committee of Correspondence to George Washington 402

1777; 1781: Articles of Confederation 79

1780: Constitution of Massachusetts 99

1780: A Sermon on the Day of the Commencement of the Constitution 499

1781: Cato’s Letter and Petition to the Pennsylvania Assembly 622

1783: From the Commissioners for Negotiating a Peace with Great Britain 382

1783: The United States Elevated to Glory and Honor 480

1784: Memoir and Poems of Phillis Wheatley, a Native African and a Slave 683

1786: An Address to the Negroes in the State of New York 544

1786: Speech of the United Indian Nations, at Their Confederate Council, Held Near the Mouth of the Detroit River 655

1786–87: Account of Shays’s Rebellion 318

1787: Brutus No. 1 288

1787: Constitution of the United States 119

1787: A Defence of the Constitutions of Government of the United States of America 110

1787: Federalist No. 10 234

1787: George Washington’s Letter to Bushrod Washington 424

1787: Letters of a Countryman 392

1788: On the Education of Youth in America 574

1788: Speech Delivered at the Virginia Convention Debate on the Ratification of the Constitution 244

1789: An Account of the Supremest Court of Judicature in Pennsylvania, viz., the Court of the Press 583

1789: George Washington’s First Inaugural Address 130

1789: The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African 663

1790: Letters on Education with Observations on Religious and Metaphysical Subjects 564

1790: Letter to President Washington (Seneca Chiefs Big Tree, Cornplanter, Half-Town) 659

1791: The Bill of Rights 139

1791: A Letter to Thomas Jefferson 601

1791: Of Man, as a Member of Society, Lectures on Law 592

1791: Report on the Subject of Manufactures 292

1792: A Charge Delivered to the Brethren of the African Lodge 611

1793: We Can Retreat No Farther 642

1796: The Boisterous Sea of Liberty 427

1798: The Gleaner Contemplates the Future Prospects of Women in this “Enlightened Age” 533

1798: A Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Venture, A Native of Africa 673

1798: Of the Mode of Education Proper in a Republic 554

1799: Commonwealth of Massachusetts on the Sedition Act 254

1800: A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of Washington 490

1801: Thomas Jefferson’s First Inaugural Address 147

1802: An Oration in Commemoration of the Anniversary of American Independence 503

1805: History of the Rise, Progress and Termination of the American Revolution 274

1805: The Dangers of American Liberty 264

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