John Adams By: Zaryia smith, jack spivey, lawson godwin

  • John Adams was born in MA on October 30, 1735, he lived to be 90 years old and died on July 4th 1826 in his hometown Quincy MA, he studied at Harvard University at the age of 16 and he received his undergradutaed master's degree at the age 20, 1755
  • John Adam married his 3rd cousin Abigail Smith and had 6 children, his father, John Adams Sr. was a farmer, his mother, Susanna Boyslton Adams was a desendant of the Boylston of Brookline
  • John Adams was an American patriot who served as the second president of the U.S; he was the first president to live in the White House and was George Washington vice president
  • In 1774 he served on the first Continental Congress and helped draft the Declaration of Independence from Great Britain, he also was a lawyer, diplomat, and statesman as founding father.
  • In 1770 Adams agreed to repersent the British


Created with images by Mike Licht, - "Declaration Drafting Committee, after Jean Leon Gerome Ferris" • Boston Public Library - "Boston Massacre trial notes [page 7]"

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