Political Correspondence and Public Papers of Aaron Burr
New-York Historical Society
Princeton University Press
Additional information at https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/000206125
A highly selective edition of the papers of the Revolutionary War soldier, United States Senator, and third Vice President of the United States under Thomas Jefferson. Burr served as an officer in the Revolutionary War, became a successful lawyer and politician, and was elected twice to the New York State Assembly. He was chosen as a U.S. senator (1791–1797) from the State of New York before becoming. During Burr's tenure as vice president, he presided over the Senate's first impeachment trial, that of Supreme Court justice Samuel Chase. In 1804, the last full year of his single term as vice president, Burr shot his political rival Alexander Hamilton in a famous duel.
The papers center on Burr’s public career, business interests, and legal practice. The NHPRC also funded a microfilm edition of the Papers of Aaron Burr, 1756–1836, info at http://www.worldcat.org/title/papers-of-aaron-burr/oclc/36713496, 27 reels, 100-page guide/index
Complete in two volumes