ADAMS, Charles Francis, 1807-1886

Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives

Extended Bibliography

Adams, Brooks. Charles Francis Adams: An American Statesman. Boston: N.p., 1912.

Adams, Charles Francis. Charles Francis Adams. 1900. Reprint, New York: AMS Press, 1972.

——. Diary of Charles Francis Adams. 1964. Reprint, edited by Aïda DiPace Donald and David Donald. 8 vols. Cambridge: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1986.

——. John Adams / John Quincy Adams and Charles Francis Adams; introd. by Peter Shaw. New York: Chelsea House: distributed by Scribner Book Companies, 1980.

——. The Life of John Adams, begun by John Quincy Adams, completed by Charles Francis Adams. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1871. Reprint, St. Clair Shores, Mich.: Scholarly Press, 1971.

——. Minnesota as Seen by Travelers; Campaigning with Seward in 1860. Saint Paul: N.p., 1927.

——. An Oration, Delivered before the Municipal Authorities of the City of Fall River, July 4, 1860. Fall River, [Mass?]: Almy & Milne, Daily News Steam Printing House, 1860.

——. The Progress of Liberty, in a Hundred Years, an Oration, Delivered Before the Citizens of Taunton, 4th July 1876. Taunton, Mass.: Printed at the office of C.A. Hack & son, 1876.

——. Reflections upon the Present State of the Currency in the United States. Boston: E. Lincoln, 1837.

——. The Republican party a necessity. [Washington: N.p., 1860].

——. The Struggle for Neutrality in America: An Address Delivered before the New York Historical Society, at their Sixty-sixth Anniversary, December 13, 1870. New York: Charles Scribner and Co., 1871 (New York: New York Print. Co.).

——. Texas and the Massachusetts resolutions. Boston: Eastburn’s Press, 1844.

Adams, Charles Francis. Charles Francis Adams; by his son Charles Francis Adams. 1909. Reprint, Tustin, Calif.: American Reprint Service, 1985.

Adams, James T. The Adams Family. Boston: Little, Brown, 1930.

Burt, Nathaniel. “Charles Francis Adams." In his First Families: The Making of an American Aristocracy, 230-240. Boston: Little, Brown, 1970.

Collins, Patrick A. Charles Francis Adams as Minister to England, and an Anti-Know-Nothing. Boston: Post Publishing Company, 1876.

Duberman, Martin B. Charles Francis Adams, 1807-1886. 1960. Reprint, Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, [1968].

——. “Charles Francis Adams, Antimasonry, and the Presidential Election of 1836." Mid-America 43 (April 1961): 114-26.

Ferris, Norman B. “American Diplomatist Confronts Victorian Society." History Today 15 (August 1965): 550-58.

Friedlaender, Marc. “Charles Francis Adams, Numismatist, Brought to the Bar: Groux vs. Adams." Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings 86 (1974): 3-27.

Harbert, Earl N. “Charles Francis Adams (1807-1886): A Forgotten Family Man of Letters." Journal of American Studies (Great Britain) 6 (1972): 249-65.

Nagel, Paul C. “Reconstruction, Adams Style." Journal of Southern History 52 (February 1986): 3-18.

Perling, Joseph J. “Sons of John Quincy Adams." In his Presidents’ Sons: The Prestige of Name in a Democracy, 30-49. New York: Odyssey Press, 1947.

Russell, Francis. “Charles Francis Adams: Voice of Honor." In hisAdams: An American Dynasty, 235-281. New York: American Heritage, 1976.

Shepherd, Jack. “The Union Is Not Destroyed." In his The Adams Chronicles: Four Generations of Greatness, 343-373. Boston: Little, Brown, 1975.

Stark, Cruce. “The Development of a Historical Stance: The Civil War Correspondence of Henry and Charles Francis Adams, Jr." Clio 4 (1975): 383-97.