XXXIV – REFERENCES

 

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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

C

Carroll F. Terrell. A Companion to The Cantos of Ezra Pound. Berkeley: U of California P, 1993.

D

The Diary of John Quincy Adams 1794-1845. American Political, Social and Intellectual Life from Washington to Polk. Ed. Allan Nevins. New York, London, Toronto: Longmans, Green & Co., 1928.

JQA

John Quincy Adams.

Ter

Terrell, Carrol F. “Canto XXXIV: The Technique of Montage.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 6.2 (1977): 185-232.

WTJ

Thomas Jefferson. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson. Definitive edition. Ed. Albert Ellery Bergh. 20. vols. in 10. Washington, 1907.

 

 

WORKS CITED

  1. Eastman, Barbara. Ezra Pound's Cantos: The Story of the Text 1948-1975. Orono: Maine: National Poetry Foundation, 1979. 67-8. 
  2. Fang, Achilles. “Materials for the Study of Pound’s Cantos.” 4 vols. Diss. Harvard U, 1958. Vol I: 53-4.
  3. Jefferson, Thomas. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson. Eds. Andrew Lipscomb and Albert Ellery Bergh. Memorial Edition. Washington D.C.: The Thomas Jefferson Memorial Association, 1903-4. 20 vols. Hathi Trust.
  4. Pound, Ezra, trans. and ed. Confucius. The Unwobbling Pivot, The Great Digest, The Analects. New York: New Directions, 1969. 
  5. Terrell, Carrol F. “Canto XXXIV: The Technique of Montage.” Paideuma: A Journal Devoted to Ezra Pound Scholarship 6.2 (1977): 185-232. Sources.

 

DIGITAL RESOURCES

  1. Adams, John Quincy. “Argument of John Quincy Adams, before the Supreme Court of the United States : in the Case of the United States, Appellants, vs. Cinque, and Others, Africans, Captured in the Schooner Amistad, by Lieut. Gedney, 1841.” Yale Law School: The Avalon Project
  2. “George Clinton.” Wikipedia
  3. “Gouverneur Morris.” Wikipedia.
  4. “James Madison’s Contribution to the Constitution.” America’s Story from America’s Library. americaslibrary.gov.
  5. “Jacques Dellile.” Wikipedia
  6. “James Otis.” Wikipedia.
  7. “John Jacob Astor.” Wikipedia
  8. “John Quincy Adams.” Video clip, YouTube. History Channel
  9. “John Quincy Adams Defends the Amistad Captives before the U.S. Supreme Court.” University of Houston. Digital History.
  10. “John Ross, chief of the Cherokee Nation.” Wikipedia.
  11. “Luis de Onís y González-Vera.” Wikipedia.
  12. “Mme de Staël.” Wikipedia.
  13. “Nikolay Rumyantsev.” Wikipedia.
  14. “phrenology.” Wikipedia
  15. “Samuel Adams.” Wikipedia.
  16. “The American System – Economic Plan.” Wikipedia.
  17. “Tippecanoe Clubs.” Encyclopedia of Cleveland History
  18. “Webster-Hayne Debate.” Wikipedia.
  19. “William Duane.” Wikipedia
  20. Klinger, Jerry. “Major Noah: an American Patriot, American Zionist.”The Jewish Magazine, 2010. Jewishmag.com

 

ILLUSTRATIONS

  1. Alexander, Francis. Daniel Webster. Oil on canvas, 1835. Washington D.C.: National Portrait Gallery. Wikimedia Commons. Arts and Culture google.com.
  2. Alexander, Francis. Martin van Buren. Oil on canvas, ca. 1830. Washington D.C.: White House. Wikimedia Commons.
  3. Ames, Ezra. George Clinton. Oil on canvas, 1814. Albany Institute of History and Art. Wikimedia Commons. albanyinstitute.org.
  4. Anon. Luis de Onís y González-Vera. Book illustration. Wikipedia.
  5. Anon. “Peggy Eaton [young]. Cigar Box illustration. “History Brief. The Peggy Eaton Scandal.” Reading Through History, 7 May 2018YouTube.com
  6. Anon. The Adams-Onís Treaty. Map. Wikimedia Commons
  7. Blackburn, Henry. James Otis. Oil on canvas, ca 1755. Washington: National Portrait Gallery. Wikimedia Commons
  8. Bogle, James. Elbridge Gerry. Portrait after John Vanderlyn. Oil on canvas, 1861. Independence National Historical Park. Wikimedia Commons. nps.gov.
  9. Copley, John Singleton. Portrait of John Adams. Oil on canvas, 1783. Cambridge Mass.: Harvard Art Museums.
  10. Copley, John Singleton. Samuel Adams. Oil on canvas, ca 1772. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts. MFA.org
  11. Dawe, George. Portrait of Emperor Alexander I. Oil on canvas, 1824. [Detail]. London: The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace. Wikimedia Commons.
  12. Dawe, George. Nikolai Petrovich Rumyantsev. Oil on canvas, ca 1822-28. St. Petersburg: State Museum of the History of St. Petersburg.
  13. Evans, Richard. Harriet Martineau. Oil on canvas, 1831. London: National Portrait Gallery. Wikimedia Commons
  14. Evelyn, John. Sylva. Book cover, 1664. Wikipedia
  15. Fichot, Charles. “Paris Moderne. Les Tuileries, et la rue de Rivoli, vue prise du Jardin des Tuileries.” Engraving, ca. 1850. Washington DC.: Library of Congress. Wikimedia Commmons.
  16. Gérard, François. Empress Marie Louise Empress of the French and the King of Rome. Oil on canvas, 1813. Paris : Versailles. Wikipedia.
  17. Gérard, François. Maréchal Ney. Oil on canvas, ca. 1805. Wikimedia Commons.
  18. Hayward, George. Tammany Hall, 1830. Lithography, 1865. New York: New York Public Library. NYPL Digital Collections
  19. Inman, William. Nicholas Biddle. Oil on canvas, ca 1830. Philadelphia: Atwater Kent Museum. Wikimedia Commons. explorepahistory.com.
  20. Isabey, Jean Baptiste. Mme de Staël. Drawing on paper, ca. 1810. Paris: Louvre. Wikipedia.
  21. Jarvis, John Wesley. De Witt Clinton. Oil on canvas, 1816. Washington D.C.: National Portrait Gallery.
  22. Jarvis, John Wesley. John Jacob Astor. Oil on canvas, ca. 1825. Washington D.C.: National Portrait Gallery. Wikimedia Commons
  23. Jouett, Matthew Harris. Henry Clay. Oil on canvas, 1818. Lexington: Transylvania University. Wikimedia Commons
  24. King, Charles Bird. George Washington Adams. Oil on canvas, ca. 1820. Quincy: Peacefield House. National Park Massachusetts.
  25. King, Charles Bird. John Calhoun. Oil on canvas, 1822. Wikimedia Commons.
  26. Lambdin, James. William Henry Harrison. Oil on canvas, 1835. Washington D.C.: White House. Wikimedia Commons
  27. Noah, Mordecai. Jewish cornerstone of Ararat. [Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one (Hebrew). Ararat A City of Refuge for the Jews Founded by Mordecai Manuel Noah in the month of Tizri, Sept. 1825 & in the fiftieth year of our independence]. In Klinger 2010. jewishmagazine.com.
  28. Peale, Charles Wilson. Gouverneur Morris. Detail. Oil on canvas, 1783. Philadelphia: Penssylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Wikimedia Commons.
  29. Shiva, Andrew. Oranienbaum: Menshnikov Palace. Aerial photo, 14 July 2017. Wikimedia Commons
  30. Sully, Thomas. Portrait of John Quincy Adams. Engraving by A. Durand, ca. 1826. Washington: Library of Congress. In: David Waldstreicher. “The Revival of John Quincy Adams. The sixth president, long derided as a hapless elitist, is suddenly relevant again 250 years after his birth.” The Atlantic, 11 July 2017. theatlantic.com.
  31. Vanderlyn, John. James Madison. Oil on canvas, 1816. White House Historical Association.
  32. Wilkin, Francis William. Charles Bagot. Chalk on paper, 1825. Wikimedia Commons
  33. Wood, Dodge. John Mordecai Manuel Noah. Watercolour on ivory, 1834. Washington DC.: Smithsonian American Art Museum. Wikimedia Commons

 

Cantos LII - LXXI

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