How Did John Adams Contribute To The Revolutionary War

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John Adams John Adams is the one of the most interesting person in the Revolutionary War. He had a huge impact on the Revolutionary War. He helped make the Declaration of Independence. In 1774 he served in the first continental congress. He was the first vice president of the United States and the second president. He was a very fair and honest man. John Adams was born on October, 30, 1775 in Quincy, Massachusetts. His parents were John Adams Sir and Susanna Boylston Adams. His father was a farmer and a decedent of Henry Adams. His mother was a decedent of the Boylstons of Brookline a family in colonial Massachusetts. At 16 John got a scholarship to Harvard. He studied law but his father wanted him to go into ministry. He graduated from Harvard…show more content…
In 1770 John was elected to be one of the five to represent the colony at the first continental colony. In 1777 he became head of the board and, this board oversaw the continental colony. He then became he became the first U.S minister to England, in 1785. John was placed on the first ballot for American presidential election in 1789. He lost but he was the vice president to George Washington. In 1796 John Adams was elected as federalist nominee for president. He faced off against Thomas Jefferson Who served for the democratic-republican. John won the Election but barley, he became the second president of the United States. During his presidency there was a war between the French and British. During the 1800s this unofficial war was over, and Adams was also less popular with the public. He lost reelection against Thomas Jefferson by only a few votes in the 1800s. John Adams died on July 4, 1826. There for John Adams was a very important part in the revolutionary war era. He started out working with the First Continental Congress. Then he was the first vice president of the United States. Finally he became the second president of the United
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