Fisher Ames (9 Aprilis 17584 Iulii 1808) fuit causidicus, orator, scriptor, et legatus in Congressu Civitatum Foederatarum ex primo districtu congressionali Massachusettae electus. Coepit sex annos natus studium linguae Latinae; duodecim annos natus in Collegio Harvardiano matriculavit, ubi gradum A.B. anno 1774 abstulit.

Fisher Ames.

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Ames, Seth, ed. 1854 1969. Works of Fisher Ames: With a Selection from His Speeches and Correspondence. 2 volls. Retractatio. Novi Eboraci: DaCapo Press.
  • Bernhard, Winfred E. A. 1965. Fisher Ames: Federalist and Statesman, 1758–1808. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
  • Dictionary of American Biography. Ames, Fisher.
  • Morison, Samuel Eliot. 1927. The India Ventures of Fisher Ames, 1794–1804. Worcester Massachusettae: The Society.
  • Waldman, Steven. 2008. Founding Faith How Our Founding Fathers Forged a Radical New Approach to Religious Liberty. Novi Eboraci: Random House.

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