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Browse Call Numbers: E

E 300-302.1 - Revolution to the Civil War, 1775/1783-1861

For history of the Revolutionary War see E201+
For history of the Civil War see E461+

Call Number Subject
E 301 General works
Including works covering the preliminaries of the Revolution to the close of the Civil War, 1765-1865
For political history of slavery see E338+
See also E183.7+ Diplomatic history, 1783-1865
See also E398 Northeast boundary question
See also E441+ Slavery & the antislavery movement
See also F597 Northern boundary
See also F880 Northwest boundary
E 302.A-Z Collected works of American statesmen (Revolutionary group), A-Z
For works of statesmen of the early 19th century see E337.8.A+
For works of statesmen of the middle 19th century see E415.6.A+
- E 302.A26-A269 - Adams, John
- E 302.F82 - Franklin, Benjamin (Collected & selected works). By date
For his literary works & biography see PS745+
- E 302.H2-H29 - Hamilton, Alexander
- E 302.J44-J449 - Jefferson, Thomas
- E 302.M19-M199 - Madison, James
- E 302.M74-M749 - Monroe, James
  - Washington, George
See E312.7
E 302.1 Political history
Including the supremacy of the fathers of the republic
See also E210+ Political history of the Revolution; E357+ Political history of the War of 1812;
E407 Political history of the War with Mexico

E 302.5-302.6 - Biography (Late 18th century)

For Revolutionary leaders, especially military commanders see E206+

Call Number Subject
E 302.5 Collective
For signers of the Declaration of Independence, collectively see E221
E 302.6.A-Z Individual, A-Z
- E 302.6.A2 - Adams, Samuel
- E 302.6.B9 - Burr, Aaron
For Burr's conspiracy see E334
- E 302.6.C3 - Carroll, Charles
- E 302.6.D5 - Dickinson, John
- E 302.6.F7-F8 - Franklin, Benjamin
For his collected works see E302.F82
- - E 302.6.F7 - - Autobiography
- - E 302.6.F75 - - Letters
- - E 302.6.F8 - - Biography
- E 302.6.G16 - Gallatin, Albert
- E 302.6.H2 - Hamilton, Alexander
For his collected works see E302.H2+
- E 302.6.H23 - Hancock, John
- E 302.6.H5 - Henry, Patrick
- E 302.6.J4 - Jay, John
For Jay's Treaty see E314
- E 302.6.M4 - Marshall, John
- E 302.6.M7 - Morris, Gouverneur
- E 302.6.M8 - Morris, Robert
- E 302.6.R2 - Randolph, John
- E 302.6.R85 - Rush, Benjamin

E 303-309 - 1775-1789. The Confederation, 1783-1789

Call Number Subject
E 303 General works
Including Continental Congress, 1774-1788. Articles of Confederation. The Constitution. Foreign relations, 1783-1789
For Revolution see E201+
For Constitutional history see JK116+
E 309 Territorial questions
Including cession of western land claims to the general government by Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York,
North Carolina & Virginia, 1781-1786. Northwest Ordinance, 1787
For Georgia land cessions of 1802 see F290
For South Carolina cession of 1787 see F292.B7
For Old Northwest see F476+

E 310-337 - 1789-1809. Constitutional period

Call Number Subject
E 310 General works
E 310.7 Diplomatic history. Foreign & general relations
For diplomatic history of special periods, see E313-314, E323, E333-336, E357, etc.

E 311-320 - Washington's administrations, 1789-1797

For wars with the northwestern Indians, 1790-1795 see E83.79
See also HG2525+ United States banks (First & second)

Call Number Subject
E 311 General works
E 312-312.67 Biography of George Washington, 1732-1799
For bibliography see Z8950
- E 312 - General works. Washington as president
- E 312.15 - Reminiscences of contemporaries, anecdotes, calendars, etc.
- E 312.17 - Special
Including personality, character, religion, etc.; relations with special classes or individuals; etc.
- E 312.19-312.195 - Ancestry. Family. Servants
Including home of the Washington family in England
Including publications of the Sulgrave Institution
- E 312.2-312.3 - By period
- - E 312.2 - - Early life to 1775
- - E 312.23 - - Expeditions to the Ohio, 1753-1754. Participation in French & Indian War
For general accounts of Braddock's Campaign see E199
- - E 312.25 - - Military career as commander-in-chief, 1775-1783
See also E201+ The American Revolution
- - E 312.29 - - Period after the Revolution, 1783-1799
For period of the Presidency, 1789-1797 see E311
- - E 312.3 - - Death. Funeral. Memorial services
Including memorial publications
For tomb see E312.5
For funeral addresses & sermons see E312.62+
- E 312.4-312.45 - Iconography
- - E 312.43 - - Portraits
For medals see CJ5801+
- - E 312.45 - - Monuments, statues, etc.
See class F, e.g., F203.4.W3 Washington monument in Washington, D.C.
- E 312.5 - Homes & haunts
Including birthplace, Wakefield, VA; Mount Vernon; Washington estate;
Washington's tomb & relics
- E 312.6 - Anniversaries. Celebrations. Memorials (since 1800 only)
Including Washington's birthday, centennial celebrations, etc.
For funeral & memorial services, 1799-1800 see E312.3
- E 312.62-312.63 - Addresses, essays, lectures. Sermons
- E 312.65 - Poetry. Drama. Fiction
See subclasses P-PZ
- E 312.66 - Juvenile works
E 312.7-312.99 Writings of Washington
- E 312.7 - Collected works. By date
- E 312.72 - Partial collections. Selected works. By date
- E 312.74-312.77 - Letters
- E 312.78 - Rules of civility. By date
- E 312.79 - Selections. Extracts
Including maxims, prayers, sayings, etc.
- E 312.8 - Diaries. Journals. By date
For selected Revolutionary orders see E230
- E 312.83-312.952 - Addresses & messages
- - E 312.95-312.952 - - Farewell address, 1796. By date
- - - E 312.952 - - - History & criticism
E 313-314 Diplomatic history. Foreign relations
Including Neutrality proclamation of 1793; withdrawal of British garrisons from
western posts; embargo of 1794; Treaty with Spain, 1795
Including activities of foreign ministers Adet, Genet, & Casa Yrujo
- E 313 - General works
- E 314 - Jay's Treaty
Signed Nov 1794, ratified Aug 1795
For British right of search see E357.2
E 315 Whiskey insurrection of Pennsylvania, 1794
E 320 Presidential campaign of 1796

E 321-330 - John Adams' administration, 1797-1801

For Washington, D.C. selected as capital see F195

Call Number Subject
E 321 General works
E 322-322.1 Biography of John Adams, 1735-1826
For his collected works see E302.A26+
For speeches & messages as President see J82.A2+
- E 322 - General works
- E 322.1 - Adams family (not genealogy)
E 323 Troubles with France, 1796-1800
Including "XYZ" letters, naval conflicts
E 326 Fries Rebellion, 1798-1799
E 327-328 Alien & sedition laws, 1798
E 330 Presidential campaign of 1800

E 331-337 - Jefferson's administrations, 1801-1809

For impressment of American sailors see E357.2
For Chesapeake Affair see E357.3
For Lewis & Clark Expedition, 1804-1806 see F592.3+

Call Number Subject
E 331 General works
E 332-332.799 Biography of Thomas Jefferson, 1743-1826
- E 332 - General works. Jefferson as president & statesman
- E 332.15 - Reminiscences of contemporaries. Anecdotes
- E 332.2 - Special
Including Jefferson's personality, character, religion, catholicity, etc.; attitude toward civil
& religious liberty, state rights, freedom of the press, etc.; knowledge of government,
language, science, the fine & useful arts
Including Jefferson as scholar, humanist, author, architect, musician, educator,
social reformer, farmer, inventor
Including Jefferson's relations with special classes, e.g., Jews, slaves; relations with
contemporaries, e.g., Alexander Hamilton, James Madison
For Jefferson as a philosopher see B885
For Jefferson as president & statesman see E332
For Jefferson as diplomat see E332.45
For Jefferson as traveler see E332.745
- E 332.25 - Ancestry. Family. Family life
Including biography, e.g., Martha (Jefferson) Randolph, his daughter
- E 332.27-332.6 - By period
- - E 332.3-332.5 - - Public life
- - - E 332.4 - - - State politics
- - - E 332.45 - - - International diplomacy
Including treaty negotiator with European powers, 1784; Minister to France, 1785-1789
- - - E 332.5 - - - National politics
For Presidency, 1801-1809 see E331+
See also E221 Declaration of Independence
See also E320 Presidential campaign, 1796
See also E330 Presidential campaign, 1800
See also E337 Presidential campaign, 1808
See also HG521 History of U.S. money, 1783-1860
See also JK2311+ Democratic (Democratic-Republican) Party
- E 332.74 - Homes & haunts
Including his birthplace, Shadwell, Va.; Monticello with tomb & relics;
Graff House, Philadelphia; Hotel de Langear, Paris; etc.
- E 332.745 - Journeys
Including those in America & Europe
- E 332.76-332.77 - Addresses, essays, lectures. Sermons
- E 332.79 - Juvenile works
E 332.8-332.99 Writings of Jefferson
For speeches & messages as President see J82.A3+
Collected & selected works see E302.J44
- E 332.84-332.88 - Correspondence
- E 332.9.A-Z - Individual works, A-Z
- - E 332.9.A8 - - Autobiography
  - - Declaration of Independence see E221
  - - Jefferson Bible see BT304.95.J44
  - - Notes on the state of Virginia see F230
- - E 332.9.S33 - - Scrapbooks
  - - Summary view of the rights of British America see E211
E 333 Purchase of Louisiana, 1803
Including Treaty of Paris, 1803; diplomatic & political aspects, etc.
For the region purchased see F351; F352+; F366+
E 334 Burr's conspiracy, 1805-1807. Wilkinson's participation
For Burr, Aaron (Biography) see E302.6.B9
For Wilkinson, James (Biography) see E353.1.W6
For Mississippi Valley see F353
E 335 War with Tripoli, 1801-1805
Called also Tripolitan or Tripoline War
Includes general relations with Barbary States; Treaty of Peace & Amity; the capture
& destruction of the frigate Philadelphia, etc.
Biography: James Barron, Richard Valentine Morris, Mordecai Manuel Noah,
Edward Preble, Richard Somers, etc.
E 336-336.5 Neutral trade & its restrictions, 1800-1810
Including French spoliations after 1800
For controversies with England see E357+
See also HF3505.8 Early 19th century British commerce
- E 336 - General works
- E 336.5 - Embargo, Dec 1807-Mar 1809
For Embargo effects on commerce see HF3025
E 337 Presidential campaign of 1808