Kaminski, John P.; Saladino, Gaspare J.; Leffler, Richard; Schoenleber, Charles H.; Hogan, Margaret A.; Reid, Jonathan M. (ed.) / Ratification of the Constitution by the states: New York (5)
New York cumulative index, pp. 2563-2811 ff.
New York Cumulative Index Explanatory Note This cumulative index covers Volumes XIX-XXIII of The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution. Because these five New York volumes are paginated continuously, volume numbers do not appear in this index. Volume XIX consists of pages i-lxxxix, 1-550; Volume XX, 551-1194; Volume XXI, 1195-1666; Volume XXII, 1167-2166; and Volume XXIII, 2167-2562. The names of residents of New York in this index are followed by the city or county of residence placed in parentheses. Nonresidents of New York are identified by either their state or country of residence. In addition to the place of residence, delegates to the New York Convention are identified as either Antifederalist (A) or Federalist (F) followed after a dash by their vote in the Convention. Those who voted in favor of ratification on 26 July are indicated by a "Y," those who voted against ratification by an "N." Delegates who did not vote on final passage are indicated by an "A" after the dash. To aid the reader, compilations of similar items have been grouped under a common main entry. Such compilations are listed below. In addition to the grouping under Pseudonyms, pseudonymous items printed in these five vol- umes are indexed individually. When known, the author's name is placed in parentheses after the pseudonym. Some entries in this index are so unusual that they deserve to be highlighted. The reader should be particularly aware of these entries which are listed below. COMPILATIONS Biblical References Broadsides, Pamphlets, and Books Celebrations Classical Antiquity Governments, Ancient and Modern Literary References Newspapers Petitions Poetry Political and Legal Writers and Writings Printers and Booksellers Pseudonyms Public Opinion Ratification, Prospects for UNUSUAL ENTRIES Economic Conditions under the Confederation Expenses of Government Foreign Opinion of the U.S. God Government, Debate over Nature of Great Men and the Constitution Happiness History Human Nature Industriousness Interest Groups Large States vs. Small States Party Spirit The People Poetry Political Conditions under the Confederation Rich vs. Poor Self-Interest Union Virtue 2563
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