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    On October 30, 1735, John Adams was born to John Adams, Sr. and Susanna Boylston Adams, in Braintree (or what is now called: Quincy), Massachusetts. He was direct descendant of Henry Adams, on his father’s side, and John Alden, on his mother’s side, both of whom were Pilgrims on the Mayflower in 1638 (Biography.com). Attending a local school during his primary education, going to Harvard College with a scholarship, at age sixteen, graduating at age twenty, Adams was well prepared for his future political

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    John Adams John Adams was born on October 30, 1735, in Massachusetts Bay. He was born in a well-to-do family of five. He is the eldest son and was named after his father, John Adams. Young Adams was able to receive a proper childhood education, as his father was a deacon of the Congregational church, as well as a lieutenant of the local militia. Despite his busy schedule, his main interest and occupation was farming. At 1761, Adams’ father passed away due to the flu epidemic. His mother remarried

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    President John Adams was very stubborn when it came to doing what he believed was right. Adams’s says “ Counsel [ legal representation ] ought to be the very last thing that an accused Person should want [ lack ] in a free country.” All his life, this would be a hallmark of Adams’s character - to do what was right regardless of personal consequences. John Adams was much more than a president he was a friend, a son, and a father. Even though he was leader he still spent time with his family. The

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    John Adams birthday is on October 30, 1735. His place of birth is Braintree, MA. His death date was July 4,1826. The place of death was Quince, MA. His occupation is the second us president. His education is at Harvard collage from 1751-1755.His full name is John Adams. He was a descendent of the puritan colonist from Massachusetts bay. He went to Harvard university for 4 years. He received his masters and his undergraduate degree. John Adams became the second president in the united states and

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    John Adams was born on October 30, 1735, on the family farm in the North Precinct of Braintree, Massachusetts. He was the second of five children to his parents John and Susanna Boylston Adams. John's father was his role model because he wasn't only a farmer by trade, but he also took on many other time consuming jobs around the community to help others. Everyone in his hometown in some way dealt with him because he owned the titles of: the deacon of the church, selectman, tax collector, constable

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    The Legacy Of John Adams

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    John Adams was many things in his long and illustrious career. He was a lawyer, diplomat, farmer, Vice President and President. He is most well-known for being the second president. He did some good things and some bad things. Although the four years of John Adams’ presidency were quiet and somewhat forgotten, his successes in foreign policy and his control no doubt outweighed his failures in the Sedition Act and with his cabinet, in part to his background and characteristics. John Adam’s greatest

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    John Adams, Jr.

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    John Adams, Jr. was an American lawyer, author, statesman, and diplomat. He served as the second President of the United States, the first Vice President, and as a Founding Father was a leader of American independence from Great Britain. Adams was a political theorist in the Age of Enlightenment who promoted republicanism and a strong central government. His innovative ideas were frequently published. He was also a dedicated diarist and correspondent, particularly with his wife and key advisor Abigail

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    John Adams Influence

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    president of the United States of America John Adams was born in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1735. He became a Harvard Lawyer who latter throughout his lifetime, he became an individual who became identified with the patriot cause which was led by George Washington who became the first president. Washington led a group of Patriots or Rebels to try and break free from the injustices that Great Britain placed upon the newly founded colonies. John Adams supported the ideals that the rebels thought

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    John Adams Biography

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    John Adams, patriot, diplomat, president, overall revolutionary figure, has played an imperative part in leading the brand new nation. A seven-part miniseries brings this man to life. It was based on the prize-winning biography by historian David McCullough. To really understand all the hardships and victories, you must go back in time and place yourself there. You experience all the pain and accomplishments that the characters do. The miniseries makes you feel as if you are one of them. John Adams

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    John Adams Contributions

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    As John Adams once said “Let us tenderly and kindly cherish, therefore, the means of knowledge. Let us dare to read, think, speak, and write (https://www.brainyquote.com/authors/john_adams).” John Adams is a very important part of the development of the United States, he did so much that helped us in so many ways. John Adams not only was the seconded President of the United Sates but he was also a lawyer, a diplomat, a statesman, and a Founding Father. Like every person there is always a beginning

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