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Early Life

John Quincy was born in July 11, 1767, in the village of Braintree. He lived in Braintree and Boston. Mother taught him how to speak language, math, etc.


John Quincy Adams went to Harvard college, Harvard University, Harvard Law School, and Leiden University.


John Quincy Adams worked as a lawyer, Diplomat, professor, U.s Senator, Secretary of state under Monroe


John Quincy Adams was secretary of the state, 4 other men wanted to be president.


Quotes: "If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader"

John Quincy Adams was born in July 11, 1767 and died at the age 80, February 23, 1848 in the U.s Capitol Building in D.c

Fun Facts: Nick name was "old man eloquent", Father was the 2nd president John Adams.


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