Abigail Adams aMERICAN rEVOLUTION

Abigail Smith also known as Abigail Adams was born 1744, in Weymouth Massachusetts. ''Her father was a pastor named William Smith''. Abigail wrote about her beliefs that congress should recognize women's rights. To me I would call her caring, brave, intelligent.

Great necessities call out great virtues - Abigail Adams

Abigail became 1st lady when she was only 52 years old. She died of typhoid fever on October 28th of 1818. Abigail wove homespun cloth during the revolutionary war and made clothes for the whole family. Although her house was small she willingly gave shelter to the soldiers fighting for America

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