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John Jay
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John Jay : Founding Father
(Walter B. Stahr)
The first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court as well as President of the Continental Congress, Secretary of Foreign Affairs, and one time Governor of New York, John Jay was a Founding Father of paramount importance to the early Republic and did much to influence the shape of America's future. In the first biography of Jay to appear in more than sixty years, Walter Stahr's lively and engaging narrative illuminates the great life of an American soldier, politician, diplomat and lawyer. Readers will follow Jay's story through key events in early American history, such as the Revolutionary War, the writing of the Constitution, the first presidencies of the country, and the creation of our most authoritative legal body, the US Supreme Court. Now, Stahr presents Jay in the light he deserves: a Founding Father, a true national hero, and an architect of America's future.

Selected Letters Of John Jay And Sarah Livingston Jay: Correspondence By Or To The First Chief Justice Of The United States And His Wife
(John Jay, Sarah Livingston, Landa B. Freeman, Louise V. North, Janet M. Wedge)


The Federalist : The Essential Essays, by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay
(Jack N. Rakove (Editor))
(The Bedford Series in History and Culture)

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