Annotated Bibliography : ' The Website '

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Annotated Bibliography Editors. "Abigail Adams Biography." The Website. A&E Networks Television, n.d. Web. 16 Nov. 2015. This source has credible authors. The fact that it has more than one authors makes it much more credible, considering that there is more credible information. This article has 5 main head titles. They go in this order; synopsis, early life, marriage to John Adams, political involvement and later life. They all give very important information and the main head titles are easy to find if you are trying to find something specific. I mainly used the political involvement and later life for my paper. These two paragraphs really helped me find out how she really got her start, and what happened later in her life. The only thing this source doesn’t do is be 100% specific on her contribution to the American Revolution, but it is mentioned. "Abigail Adams." Your Gateway to the American Revolution. The JDN Group, n.d. Web. 16 Nov. 2015. This source has okay authors cited, but isn’t really specific. This source is basically a big timeline. It isn’t in a timeline format, but the information starts from when she was younger, and her family, and goes all the way to her last stages in life. This article helped me identify was Abigail Adams did, and who she was. This article however, was a very wide stretch on her contribution to the American Revolution. Pavao, Janelle. "Abigail Adams." The American Revolutionary War.

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