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  1. Esther Edwards Burr (February 13, 1732 – April 7, 1758) kept a personal journal from October 1754, in which she recorded her perspective on current events and her daily activities.

  2. 16 de mar. de 2022 · Esther Edwards Burrs journal gives us one of the few records of female life in colonial America. Here’s what it reveals.

  3. 13 de may. de 2013 · She was the daughter of the famous theologian, Jonathan Edwards, and the wife of the second President of Princeton University, but Esther Edwards Burr is best known today as the mother of Aaron Burr, Jr., the third Vice President of the United States.

  4. BURR, Esther Edwards. Born 1732, Northampton, Massachusetts; died April 1758, Princeton, New Jersey. Daughter of Jonathan and Sarah Pierrepont Edwards; married Aaron Burr, 1752. Esther Edwards Burr was the third of 11 children of Sarah Pierrepont and the prominent minister, Jonathan Edwards.

  5. This richly detailed and intimate journal is the earliest ongoing record of a woman's daily life in the colonial United States. Written as a series of lett...

  6. Esther, the daughter of Jonathan Edwards and Sarah Pierpont Edwards, grew up in Northampton, Massachusetts, at the height of the Great Awakening. In 1752, she married Aaron Burr, a Presbyterian minister in Newark, New Jersey, who also served as the second president of the College of New Jersey.

  7. Esther Edwards Burr. Yale University Press, 1984 - Biography & Autobiography - 318 pages. In October 1754, Esther Burr began to keep an almost daily record of her thoughts and activities, a...