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Online Sources: Diplomacy
Book Sources: Diplomacy
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Correspondence of Mr. Ralph Izard by
Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust Digital Library
Includes Izard's correspondence from 1774 to 1777, during his residence in Europe as commissioner to the court of Tuscany.
Franklin in France by
Call Number: Online - free - Open Library
from Original Documents, most of which are now published for the First Time
The Revolutionary Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States by
Call Number: E249 .U583
Correspondence from the records of the Department of State, from family archives and from published memoirs. Designed to correct, complete and enlarge the Diplomatic correspondence of the American Revolution, Boston, 1829-1830, published by Jared Sparks under the direction of Congress.
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