Freebie Alert: “The Selected Papers of John Jay” From Rotunda/UVA Press, Available Free Through End of February
The wonderful “American Founding Era Collection” from Rotunda (digital resources from the U. of Virginia Press) recently added a new database, “The Selected Papers of John Jay” and free access is available to this resource until the end of this month (February 2015).
From a Rotunda E-Mail Announcement:
John Jay was the first chief justice on the U.S. Supreme Court, and many of the practices he instituted survive to this day. The Selected Papers of John Jay Digital Edition allows students and scholars of law and history to access these invaluable primary-source materials in a fully searchable online environment.
The Selected of John Jay are fully annotated and searchable. When completed the resource will include all seven volumes planned for the print collection.
Direct to The Selected Papers of John Jay (via Rotunda, University of Virginia Press)
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