National Historical Publications & Records Commission

The Papers of William Livingston

New Jersey Historical Commission

Rutgers University Press 

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A selective edition of the papers of William Livingston (1723 –1790), who served as the Governor of New Jersey (1776–1790) during the American Revolutionary War, was a close confidant of George Washington, and led the New Jersey Delegation to the 1787 Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia and was one of the signers of the Constitution. The NHPRC also funded a comprehensive microfilm edition of Livingston’s public and private papers and pseudonymous writings. These documents provide many insights on political, military, and economic developments in Revolutionary America. WorldCat guide at: in 25 reels, guide


Complete in 5 volumes



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William Livingston


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