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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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.
Lastly, AFGE Department of Veterans Affairs Local 2778 Vice President John Adams discussed sequestration's impact on VA research and concerns about contracting out at the agency.
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President John Adams and his family move from Philadelphia into the brand-new White House.
Abigail began a friendship with future president John Adams when she was still a teen.
In the opening four chapters of The Great Decision, Sloan and McKean describe the political climate surrounding the 1800 election, which pitted incumbent Federalist President John Adams against Thomas Jefferson, leader of the newly emerging Democratic Republican Party.
I am reminded by the words of President John Adams from a recent HBO documentary: "I have seen a queen of France with 18 million livres of diamonds on her person, but I declare that all the charms of her face and figure added to all the glitter of her jewels did not impress me as much as that little shrub right there.
As President John Adams once warned, 'A fighting spirit without knowledge would be little better than a brutal rage.
President John Adams drafted a declaration of war he intended to present to Congress but did not, allowing Congress to fulfill their role related to the use of force.
President John Adams, his father, named him minister to Prussia.