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Richter recover the Native American perspective on American policy, Facing East from Indian Country: A Native History of Early America (Cambridge, Mass., 2001), and Before the Revolution: America’s Ancient Pasts (Cambridge, Mass., 2011). 20. Philip Schuyler to President of Congress, 29 July 1781, JCC 13:601–7. 21. Elizabeth Fenn, Pox Americana: The Great Smallpox Epidemic of 1775–82 (New York, 2001). 22. Quoted in editorial note, TJ to Francis Hopkinson, LDC 21:363. 23. The Jefferson quotation is in LDC 21:494; Benjamin Harrison to GW, 8 January 1784, PWCS 1:22– 23; Jacob Read to GW, 13 August 1784, LDC 21:768. 24. Henry Knox to GW, 23 November 1784, PWCS 2:144. 25. GW to Benjamin Harrison, 10 October 1784, PWCS 2:92. 26. American Museum (February 1787), 1:160. 27. Ibid., 238. 28. David Howell to Jonathan Arnold, 21 February 1784, LDC 21:381.
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29. For Washington’s worries that Congress would mishandle westward expansion, see GW to Richard Henry Lee, 15 March 1785, PWCS 2:437–40. 30. Don Juan Miralles to José de Galvez, 28 December 1778, LDC 11:381–83, for Jay’s unflattering opinion of Spanish power on the North American continent. 31. JJ to JA, 14 October 1785, JP 4. The editors of Jay Papers graciously gave me access to the unpublished correspondence being prepared for publication at the University of Virginia Press; therefore, citations lack pagination for the fourth volume. 32. JJ to John Lovell, 10 May 1785, JP 4. 33. Circular to the Governors or Presidents of the States, 29 January 1785, ibid.; JJ to Richard Henry Lee, 23 January 1785, JP 4. 34. Report to Congress, 13 September 1786, JP 4, for Jay’s position on the debt and loyalist issues. 35. Report on State Laws, 13 October 1786, JP 4; JJ to JA, 1 May 1786, JP 4; JJ to GW, 27 June 1786, PWCF 4:130–32; Charles F. Hobson, “The Recovery of British Debts in the Federal Court of Virginia,” VMHB 94 (1984): 176–79. 36. JJ to JA, 1 November 1786, JP 4. 37. Gardoqui: Notes of a Conference with John Jay, 4 February 1786, JP 4. 38. JCC 29:657–58, for the instructions to Jay; Report to Congress, 3 August 1786, JP 4. 39. JJ to Diego de Gardoqui, 4 October 1785, JP 4, for the diplomatic refusal to accept gifts for Sarah Jay; Report to Congress, 3 August 1786, JP 4; JJ to Richard Henry Lee, 15 August 1786, JP 4. 40. JJ to Diego de Gardoqui, 10 May 1786; Gardoqui to JJ, 25 May 1786, JP 4. 41. Charles Pinckney, Speech in Congress, 10 August 1786, JP 4. The French chargé d’affaires, Louis Guillama Otto, recorded the debate quite fully in Otto to Vergennes, 10 September 1786, JP 4. 42. JJ to John Hancock, 29 May 1786, JP 4, for Jay’s insistence on complete secrecy during his negotiations with Gardoqui. James Monroe to Patrick Henry, 12 August 1786, JP 4, for Monroe’s conspiratorial theory. 43. James Monroe to Benjamin Harrison, 26 March 1784, LDC 21:460–61, for Monroe’s estimate of Virginia’s debt. 44. Proceeding in Congress, 31 August 1786, JP 4; Charles Pinckney to JJ, 1–3 September 1786, JP 4. 45. GW to Henry Lee, Jr., 18 June 1786, PWCS 4:117–18. 46. JJ to GW, 27 June 1786, JP 4.
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