TAYLOR, John W., 1784-1854


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Alexander, DeAlva Stanwood. “John W. Taylor." Quarterly Journal of the New York Historical Association 1 (January 1920): 14-37.

———. “Only One Speaker from Empire State." State Service 6 (September - October 1922): 336-42.

Johnson, William R. “Prelude to the Missouri Compromise: A New York Congressman’s Effort to Exclude Slavery from Arkansas Territory." New-York Historical Society Quarterly 48 (January 1964): 31-50.

Spann, Edward K. “John W. Taylor, The Reluctant Partisan, 1784-1854." Ph.D. diss., New York University, 1957.

———. “The Souring of Good Feelings: John W. Taylor and the Speakership Election of 1821." New York History 41 (October 1960): 379-99.

Taylor, Elisha. Genealogy of Judge John Taylor and His Descendents. Detroit: Richmond and Backus, 1886.

Taylor, John W. An address delivered at the celebration of the fiftieth anniversay [sic] of the independence of the United States, in the village of Ballston Spa. Ballston Spa, [N.Y.]: Printed by J. Comstock, 1826.