John Adams 2nd President of the United States Of America!

He was Part of the Federalist party. He was in office from March 4, 1797- March 4, 1801. He was our 2nd president.

He is from Braintree, Massachusetts, and had 2 younger brothers, Peter and Elinu. At the age off 16 he entered Harvard College, and got an A.B. degree. When he got out off college he was a teacher for a few years, and also he also was a lawer

John died on July 4 ,1826. He was married to Abigail Adams. He had 6 kids, and one of them was a future president John Quincy Adams.
Adams was one of the founding fathers of the Declaration of Independence. Adams also refused to agree with the French on the terms of them demanding a large bribe, and the xyz affair, boosted Adams popularty. He also signed the Alien and Sediton Acts into law in 1798. It gave the governent powers to deport Aliens and arrest anyone who strongly disagreed with the goverment.
At the age of six he went to a Dame school for boys and girls, which was conducted at the teachers home. He's wife died at 1818 but John Adams lived long enough to see his son become Americas sixith president in 1924. On the day of his passing was on July 4th, 1826 which was the Delclarations 50th annivsary. He and Thomas Jefferson passed on the same day.
"Our constiuton was made only for a moral and religious people"

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