Abigail Adams Role In The Revolutionary War

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Angelica Mendoza
Mrs.King
ELA 8th Hour
20 December 2016
Abigail Adams
“I long to hear that you have declared an independency.And by the way,in the new code of laws which I suppose it will be necessary for you to make,I desire you would remember the ladies and be more generous and favorable to them than you ancestors,”said Abigail adams.Abigail Adams life along time ago, her impact in the war,and after war shows how truly incredible she was for many people.
There were many historical events that took place in Abigail Adam’s early life that have an impact on why such a random person made a big difference in the Revolutionary War. Abigail Adams was born in Weymouth Massachusetts on November 11,1744. According to the text “Abigail Adams,” Abigail was home schooled and used her father's library that he had to improve her education. All this information that she learned would soon help her in political background knowledge in the Revolutionary war. In addition Abigail Adams was third cousins with John Adams long story short they then had feelings for each other.Three years later they got married and had 6 kids, John,Quincy,Susanna, Charles,Thomas and
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Just learning and thinking about what she did for women and many other things can help you visualize what life was like before she made things right.

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