PICKERING, Timothy, 1745-1829



Courtesy U.S. Senate Historical Office

Extended Bibliography

Allis, Frederick S., Jr., ed. Timothy Pickering Papers, 1758-1829. Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, 1966. Microfilm. 69 reels guide. Distributed by UMI, Ann Arbor, MI.

Brown, Jeffrey Paul. “Timothy Pickering and the Northwest Territory.” Northwest Ohio Quarterly 53 (Fall 1981): 117-32.

Clarfield, Gerard H. “Postscript to the Jay Treaty: Timothy Pickering and Anglo-American Relations, 1795-1797.” William and Mary Quarterly, 3d. ser. 23 (January 1966): 106-20.

___. Timothy Pickering and American Diplomacy, 1795-1800. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1969.

___. Timothy Pickering and the American Republic. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1980.

___. “Timothy Pickering and French Diplomacy, 1795-1796.” Essex Institute Historical Collections 104 (January 1968): 58-74.

___. “Victory in the West: A Study of the Role of Timothy Pickering in the Successful Consummation of Pinckney’s Treaty.” Essex Institute Historical Collections 101 (October 1965): 333-53.

Guidorizzi, Richard Peter. “Timothy Pickering: Opposition Politics in the Early Years of the Republic.” Ph.D. dissertation, St. John’s University, 1968.

Hickey, Donald R. “Timothy Pickering and the Haitian Slave Revolt: A Letter to Thomas Jefferson in 1806.” Essex Institute Historical Collections 120 (July 1984): 149-63.

McLean, David. Timothy Pickering and the Age of the American Revolution. New York: Arno Press, 1982.

Phillips, Edward Hake. “The Public Career of Timothy Pickering, Federalist, 1745-1802.” Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University, 1950.

___. “Salem, Timothy Pickering, and the American Revolution.” Essex Institute Historical Collections 111 (January 1975): 65-78.

___. “Timothy Pickering at His Best: Indian Commissioner, 1790-1794.” Essex Institute Historical Collections 102 (July 1966): 163-202.

Pickering, Octavius, and Charles W. Upham. The Life of Timothy Pickering. 4 vols. Boston: Little, Brown, & Co., 1867-1873.

Pickering, Timothy. Political Essays. A Series of Letters Addressed to the People of the United States. Canandaigua, NY: J.D. Bemis, 1812.

Prentiss, Hervey Pittman. “Pickering and the Embargo.” Essex Institute Historical Collections 69 (April 1933): 97-136.

___. “Timothy Pickering and the Federalist Party, 1801-1804.”Essex Institute Historical Collections 69 (January 1933): 1-35.

___. Timothy Pickering as the Leader of New England Federalism, 1800-1815. 1934. Reprint. New York: Da Capo Press, 1972.

___. “Timothy Pickering and the War of 1812.” Essex Institute Historical Collections 70 (April 1934): 105-46.

Wilbur, William Allan. “Crisis in Leadership: Alexander Hamilton, Timothy Pickering and the Politics of Federalism, 1795-1804.” Ph.D. dissertation, Syracuse University, 1969.

___. “Timothy Pickering, Federalist Politician: An Historiographical Perspective.” Historian 34 (February 1972): 278-92.