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  1. John Adams [US PRESIDENTS JOHN ADAMS] [Library Binding]
  2. John Quincy Adams (Getting to Know the Us Presidents) by Mike Venezia, 2005-03
  3. John Quincy Adams : Character in Time : The US Presidents by David S. Grogan, 1998-09-10
  4. John Adams: Second President 1797-1801 (Getting to Know the Us Presidents) by Mike Venezia, 2005-03
  5. The Portable John Adams by John Adams, Jack Diggins, 2004-06-29
  6. The Works of John Adams, Second President of the United States, Volume VII by Charles Francis Adams, 2010-10-15
  7. Adams Vs. Jefferson: The Tumultuous Election of 1800 (Pivotal Moments in American History) by John Ferling, 2004-08-31
  8. The Executive Collection: The Speeches of John Adams - active table of contents by John Adams, 2008-07-04
  9. John Quincy Adams - American Statesmen by John. T. (John Torrey) Morse, 2009-02-18
  10. Papers Of Presidents John Quincy Adams - James D.Richardson by James D.Richardson, 2010-02-13
  11. The Works of John Adams, Second President of the United States, Volume VIII by Charles Francis Adams, 2010-10-15
  12. The Works of John Adams, Second President of the United States, Volume III by Charles Francis Adams, 2010-10-15
  13. The Works of John Adams, Second President of the United States, Voume IX by Charles Francis Adams, 2010-10-15
  14. The Works of John Adams, Second President of the United States, Volume II by Charles Francis Adams, 2010-10-15

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John Adams Learned and thoughtful, John Adams was more remarkable as a political philosopher than as a politician. "People and nations are forged in the fires of adversity," he said, doubtless thinking of his own as well as the American experience. Adams was born in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1735. A Harvard-educated lawyer, he early became identified with the patriot cause; a delegate to the First and Second Continental Congresses, he led in the movement for independence. During the Revolutionary War he served in France and Holland in diplomatic roles, and helped negotiate the treaty of peace. From 1785 to 1788 he was minister to the Court of St. James's, returning to be elected Vice President under George Washington.
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Adams' two terms as Vice President were frustrating experiences for a man of his vigor, intellect, and vanity. He complained to his wife Abigail, "My country has in its wisdom contrived for me the most insignificant office that ever the invention of man contrived or his imagination conceived."

2. US President John Adams
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Second U.S. President
March 4, 1797 - March 3, 1801 VICE PRESIDENT
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Abigail Adams BORN: October 30, 1735 Quincy, Massachusetts CHILDREN: 3 sons, 2 daughters *Son John Quincy Adams was our 6th President PROFESSION: Attorney (Defended British soldiers after Boston Massacre) POLITICAL PARTY: Federalist HOME STATE: Massachusetts POLITICAL OFFICES: Delegate to Continental Congress, Signer of Declaration of Independence, Diplomat to France and Holland, Vice President DIED: July 4, 1826 (Age - 90) LAST WORDS: "Thomas Jefferson survives" BURIED: First Parish Church, Quincy, Massachusetts "I pray Heaven to bestow the best of Blessings on this House and all that shall hereafter inhabit it. May none but honest and wise Men ever rule under this roof." John Adams in a letter to his wife on his second night in the presidential home that later became the White House. Click on the compass at left for a site map for the Hall of Heroes web site, that will link you to other pages inside our site. Click on the button at right to see our next president's page. Thomas Jefferson Official White House Presidential Portrait of John Adams by JOHN TRUMBULL
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3. US President John Quincy Adams
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March 4, 1825 - March 3, 1829 VICE PRESIDENT
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Louisa Adams BORN: July 11, 1767 Braintree, Massachusetts CHILDREN: 3 Sons, 1 Daughter (One son named George Washington Adams) PROFESSION: Attorney POLITICAL PARTY: Democratic-Republican HOME STATE: Massachusetts POLITICAL OFFICES: Foreign Diplomat, U. S. Senator, Secretary of State
Elected to the U.S. House of Representatives AFTER his Presidency. Son of John Adams, our Third President NICKNAME: "Old Man Eloquent" DIED: February 23, 1848 (Age - 80) - Two days after collapsing on the floor of the House of Representatives where he was serving as a Congressman. LAST WORDS: "Thank the officers of the House (of Representatives). This is the last of earth. I am content." BURIED: First Parish Church, Quincy, Massachusetts "I am a man of reserved, cold, and forbidding manners."
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John Quincy Adams
6th President of the United States
(March 4, 1825 to March 3, 1829) Nickname: "Old Man Eloquent" Born: July 11, 1767, in Braintree (now Quincy), Massachusetts
Died: February 23, 1848, in Washington, D.C. Father: John Adams
Mother: Abigail Smith Adams
Married: Louisa Catherine Johnson (1775-1852) , on July 26, 1797
Children: George Washington Adams (1801-29); John Adams (1803-34); Charles Francis Adams (1807-86) ; Louisa Catherine Adams (1811-12) Religion: Unitarian Education: Graduated from Harvard College (1787) Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Democratic-Republican Other Government Positions:
  • Secretary to U.S. Minister to Russia, 1781

5. Encyclopedia Americana: John Quincy Adams
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John Quincy Adams, (1767-1848) , ad'[sch ]mz, 6th PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES . He was the son of John ADAMS , 2d president. Independence and Union were the watchwords of his career; a Union of the United States of North America to grow by the destiny of Providence and nature to become a continental republic of free men stretching from ocean to ocean and from Gulf to Arctic. "The Second Adams" was the only son of a president to become president; in fact, his parents actually trained him for highest office. His mother told the boy that some day the state would rest upon his shoulder. As he grew up with the new nation, he had during his long lifetime two notable careers, separated by a strange interlude. The first career was as an American diplomat who rose to become secretary of state. The second career was as a member of the HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES and opponent of slavery. The strange interlude was as president of the United States; for four years the state did indeed rest, uneasily, upon his shoulder. Never publicly popular, often reviled by his political enemies, he nevertheless ended his life in the sunshine of national esteem. Early Life John Quincy Adams was born in Braintree, Mass., on July 11, 1767. During the first years of the American Revolution, he received his education principally by instruction from his distinguished father and gifted mother, the incomparable Abigail. As a boy of ten he accompanied his father on diplomatic missions to Europe. There he learned French fluently in a private school at Paris; next he studied at the University of Leiden. In 1782-1783 he accompanied Francis Dana, as secretary and interpreter of French (then the language of the Russian court), on a journey through the German states to St. Petersburg, returning to Holland by way of Scandinavia and Hannover.

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John Adams
2nd President of the United States
(March 4, 1797 to March 3, 1801) Nickname: "Atlas of Independence" Born: October 30, 1735, in Braintree (now Quincy), Massachusetts
Died: July 4, 1826, in Braintree (now Quincy), Massachusetts Father: John Adams
Mother: Susanna Boylston Adams
Married: Abigail Smith (1744-1818) , on October 25, 1764
Children: Abigail Amelia Adams (1765-1813); John Quincy Adams (1767-1848) ; Susanna Adams (1768-70); Charles Adams (1770-1800); Thomas Boylston Adams (1772-1832) Religion: Unitarian Education: Graduated from Harvard College (1755) Occupation: Lawyer Political Party: Federalist Other Government Positions:
  • Member of Continental Congress, 1774-78

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Best Sellers John Adams by David McCullough Left to his own devices, John Adams might have lived out his days as a Massachusetts country lawyer, devoted to his family and friends. As it was, events swiftly overtook him, and Adamswho, David McCullough writes, was "not a man of the world" and not fond of politicscame to greatness as the second president of the United States, and one of the most distinguished of a generation of revolutionary leaders. He found reason to dislike sectarian wrangling even more in the aftermath of war, when Federalist and anti-Federalist factions vied bitterly for power, introducing scandal into an administration beset by other difficultiesincluding pirates on the high seas, conflict with France and England, and all the public controversy attendant in building a nation. Overshadowed by the lustrous presidents Washington and Jefferson, who bracketed his tenure in office, Adams emerges from McCullough's brilliant biography as a truly heroic figurenot only for his significant role in the American Revolution but also for maintaining his personal integrity in its strife-filled aftermath. McCullough spends much of his narrative examining the troubled friendship between Adams and Jefferson, who had in common a love for books and ideas but differed on almost every other imaginable point. Reading his pages, it is easy to imagine the two as alter egos. (Strangely, both died on the same day, the 50th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.) But McCullough also considers Adams in his own light, and the portrait that emerges is altogether fascinating.

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Little-Known U.S. Document Signed by President Adams Proclaims America's Government Is Secular by Jim Walker Some people today assert that the United States government came from Christian foundations. They argue that our political system represents a Christian ideal form of government and that Jefferson, Madison, et al, had simply expressed Christian values while framing the Constitution. If this proved true, then we should have a wealth of evidence to support it, yet just the opposite proves the case. Although, indeed, many of America's colonial statesmen practiced Christianity, our most influential Founding Fathers broke away from traditional religious thinking. The ideas of the Great Enlightenment that began in Europe had begun to sever the chains of monarchical theocracy. These heretical European ideas spread throughout early America. Instead of relying on faith, people began to use reason and science as their guide. The humanistic philosophical writers of the Enlightenment, such as Locke, Rousseau, and Voltaire, had greatly influenced our Founding Fathers and Isaac Newton's mechanical and mathematical foundations served as a grounding post for their scientific reasoning. A few Christian fundamentalists attempt to convince us to return to the Christianity of early America, yet according to the historian, Robert T. Handy, "No more than 10 percent probably less of Americans in 1800 were members of congregations."

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    Without consulting his cabinet or the national dignity, President Adams nominated William Vance Murray, then the representative of the United States at the Hague, as minister plenipotentiary to France. Congress and the people were amazed, and the Senate determined not to confirm the nomination. No direct communication had been received from the Directory, and this advance after unatoned insults, seemed like cowardly cringing before a half-relenting tyrant. The President stoutly persisted for awhile, when he consented to the appointment of three envoys extraordinary, of which Mr. Murray should be one, to settle all disputes between the two governments. For this purpose Oliver Ellsworth and William R. Davie were appointed to join Mr. Murray, but they were not to proceed to Europe until assurances should be received from France of their courteous reception there. Such assurances came from Talleyrand, and in November, 1799, the two envoys sailed for France.
    Fortunately for all parties concerned, a change occurred in the government of France in the month when the envoys departed from our shores. For a long time the quarrels of factions had threatened France with anarchy. The Directory had become unpopular, and the excitable people were ripe for revolution. The brothers of Bonaparte informed him of this state of affairs at home, and he hastened from the East, with a few followers, and suddenly appeared in Paris. His brilliant exploits in the Orient had so fascinated the French, that they hailed him as the good genius of the republic. With his brother Lucien, who was then president of the Council of Five Hundred, and Seyes, one of the Directory and of great influence in the Council of the Ancients, he conspired for the overthrow of the government and the establishment of a new one.

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    Birth: 19 Oct 1735, Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA
    Birth: 30 Oct 1735, Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA
    Death: 4 Jul 1826, Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA
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    Birth: 23 Nov 1744, Weymouth, Norfolk Co., MA Death: 28 Oct 1818, Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA Father: William SMITH, Jr. (1706/7-1783) of Braintree Mother: Elizabeth QUINCY (1721-1775) of Braintree Children: 1. Abigail ADAMS, b. 14 Jul 1765 John Quincy ADAMS , 11 Jul 1767, Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA 3. Susannah ADAMS, b. 28 Dec 1768 4. Charles ADAMS, b. 29 May 1770 5. Thomas Boylston ADAMS, b. 15 Sep 1772 Sources: 1. Gary Boyd Roberts. 1955. Ancestors of American Presidents . New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, MA. 2. From a web site: Genealogy of the US Presidents The Presidents Webmaster: Diana Gale Matthiesen Every-Name Index to ADAMS Family Group Sheets Diana's Genealogy Home Page

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    Birth: 11 Jul 1767, Braintree or Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA
    Death: 23 Feb 1848, Speaker's Room, Congress, Washington, DC
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    Birth: 12 Feb 1775, London, England
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