John Adams: The Second President Of The United States

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John was the 2nd president of the United States. But the first Vice President. He was in office from March 4 1797 ­ March 4 1801. His Vice President was Thomas Jefferson. He was an American lawyer, author, statesman, and diplomat. He was a founder father which also made him a leader for the independence of America from Britain. He made a strong central government. His key advisor was Abigail. Samuel Adams was his cousin who help him. After the Boston massacre he made a local anti­British sentiment. He assisted Thomas Jefferson in 1776 for drafting the Declaration of Independence. Since he was a diplomat in Europe, he helped with the peace treaty with Great Britain. He served 2 terms as president. John was the author of the Massachusetts Constitution. Adams played a big…show more content…
Adams lost re­election to Thomas Jefferson in 1800. He became friends with Jefferson after that and last 14 years. Family his wife and him had a family. Adams had a kid and named him John Quincy Adams (the sixth President of the United States). He died on the fiftieth anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. Childhood John Adams was a Jr. His parents were John Adams and Susanna Boylston. He had two younger brothers, Peter and Elihu. Adams was born in Braintree,witch is now Quinc Massachusetts. They have a part there now called Adams National Historical Park. He served as a selectman and supervised the building of schools. Adams often praised his father and had a great

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