President John Adams

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Noun1.President John Adams - 2nd President of the United States (1735-1826)President John Adams - 2nd President of the United States (1735-1826)
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When John Marshall was appointed as the fourth chief justice of the United States by President John Adams, the Supreme Court had few cases, no genuine authority and met in the basement of the U.
November 1 IT WAS this day in 1800 the White House opened, in Washington, DC, with President John Adams its first occupant.
President John Adams renounced his alcoholic son, Charles Adams, and refused to bury him in the family crypt after he died as a result of alcoholism.
In 1797, President John Adams appointed his son, John Quincy Adams, as the U.
Indeed, he reports how the country's first health care law was championed by President John Adams himself (who believed that U.
The house is the official residence and principal workplace of every US president since second US president John Adams (1797-1801).
We know that President John Adams taught here after graduating from Harvard and that Isaiah Thomas relocated his printing press to Worcester during the Revolutionary War.
President John Adams said, "We are a nation of laws, not a nation of men.
John Marshall was secretary of state of President John Adams in 1801 and his appointment as chief justice was one of the happy accidents that changed the course of history.
The second US president John Adams (1797-1801) purportedly suffered from heart failure.
He might have said that President John Adams nominated and
President John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams agreed with Hamilton, writing separately and favorably of Jews and a Jewish state long before it was fashionable to Mordecai Manuel Noah, America's first Jewish consul, founder of New York University, and his day's most famous Jew.