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Bowdoin, James
Bowdoin, James (II)
Iacobus Bowdoin
James Bowdoin (American leader of the American Revolution)
James Bowdoin (Amerikaans politicus (1726-1790))
James Bowdoin (politicien américain)
James Bowdoin (US-amerikanischer Politiker)
ジェイムズ・ボーディン
詹姆斯·鲍登
Dates: 
1726-1790
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Adams, John (1735-1826)
American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Bowdoin College. Museum of Art
Hutchinson, Thomas (1711-1780)
Massachusetts Governor (1785-1787 : Bowdoin) (see also from)
Massachusetts. Governor (1771-1774 : Hutchinson)
Mooz, R. Peter
Pemberton, Samuel (1723-1799)
Reid, John Phillip
Temple, John (co-author)
Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
Warren, Joseph (1741-1775)
Titles: 
An address of the Convention, for framing a new Constitution of government for the state of Massachusetts Bay, to their constituents
Bowdoin and Temple papers 1756-1809, The
briefs of the American Revolution, The : constitutional arguments between Thomas Hutchinson, Governor of Massachusetts Bay, and James Bowdoin for the Council and John Adams for the House of Representatives
Constitution or Frame of Government, agreed upon by the Delegates of the people of the State of massachusetts-Bay, in convention begun and held at Cambridge on the first of September 1779 and continued by adjournments to the 2d of March, 1780... (By James Bowdoin.), A
James Bowdoin correspondence and message
James Bowdoin; patriot and man of the Enlightenment.
Mr. Prince's sermon in the audience of the General Court
Oeconomy of human life
Opinions respecting the commercial intercourse between the United States of America, and the Dominions of Great-Britain, including observations upon the necessity and importance of an American navigation act, by a citizen of Massachusets (James Bowdoin)
philosophical discourse, addressed to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, A : to which are added three memoirs on philosophical subjects : the whole extracted from the first volume of the memoirs of the academy, lately published
Philosophical Discourse addressed to the American Academy of arts and sciences... in Boston... after the inauguration of the president into office... by James Bowdoin,..., A
short narrative of the horrid massacre in Boston, prepetrated in the evening of the fifth day of March, 1770., A
Speeches of His Excellency Governor Hutchinson to the General Assembly of the Massachusetts-Bay at a session begun and held on the sixth of January, 1773
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