JACKSON, James, 1757-1806

Library of Congress

Extended Bibliography

Charlton, Thomas Usher Pulaski. The Life of Major General James Jackson. Augusta, GA: Geo. F. Randolph & Co., 1809.

Foster, William Omer. “James Jackson in the American Revolution.” Georgia Historical Quarterly 31 (December 1947): 249-81.

___. James Jackson: Duelist and Militant Statesman, 1757-1806. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1960.

Hawes, Lilla M., ed. “Papers of James Jackson, 1781-1798.” Collections of the Georgia Historical Society 11 (1955): 1-110. Reprinted from Georgia Historical Quarterly (March, June, September and December 1953).

Holbrook, Alfred H. “James Jackson and Thomas Gibbons—Two Lawyer Statesmen of Georgia.” Georgia Bar Journal 15 (February 1953): 309-19.

Lamplugh, George R. “ ‘Oh The Colossus! The Colossus!’: James Jackson and the Jeffersonian Republican Party in Georgia, 1796-1806.” Journal of the Early Republic 9 (Fall 1989): 315-34.

Lawrence, Alexander A. “James Jackson: Passionate Patriot.” Georgia Historical Quarterly 34 (June 1950): 75-86.

Mahon, John K., ed. “Correspondence between General James Jackson and Captain William Ross.” Georgia Historical Quarterly 35 (March 1951): 82-89.

Mellichamp, Josephine. “James Jackson.” In Senators from Georgia, pp. 27-35. Huntsville, AL: Strode Publishers, 1976.