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  1. Abigail Adams, orig. Abigail Smith, (born Nov. 22, 1744, Weymouth, Mass.—died Oct. 28, 1818, Quincy, Mass., U.S.), U.S. first lady. Educated entirely at home, she became an avid reader of history. She married John Adams in 1764 and raised four children, including John Quincy Adams, in Quincy, Mass. She was a prolific letter writer whose ...

  2. Entre 1784 y 1788, Abigail acompañó a John en sus misiones diplomáticas en París y Londres. El 4 de marzo de 1797, John se convirtió en el Segundo Presidente de los Estados Unidos, y ella fue la Primera Dama. Vivieron en la Mansión Presidencial de Filadelfia y más tarde en la Casa Blanca de Washington, DC. Fue una primera dama ...

  3. Unlike Martha Washington, Abigail Adams opposed slavery and had favored its abolition in the early 1770s. While sympathetic to the slaves and the hardships they endured, "Lady Adams" was less compassionate toward the young nation's immigrant population. She feared the effects of a pervasive French influence on fashion as well as on politics.

  4. Abigail Adams. Quincy, Massachusetts, Mỹ. Abigail Adams ( 22 tháng 11 năm 1744 - 28 tháng 10 năm 1818), khuê danh Abigail Smith, là phu nhân và cố vấn thân cận của Tổng thống thứ 2 của Hoa Kỳ John Adams, và là mẹ của Tổng thống thứ 6 của Hoa Kỳ, John Quincy Adams. Abigail Adams thường được xem ...

  5. 15 de nov. de 2023 · Tour the historic Abigail Adams Birthplace. Built in 1685, the Abigail Smith Adams (1744-1818) Birthplace was home to this exceptional woman for the first twenty years of her life. It has survived two relocations and now stands as a monument to her extraordinary life. Tour Information. Tickets.

  6. Hace 4 días · Politics Prevailed On October 25, 1764, Abigail wed John Adams, commencing a partnership characterized, and perhaps enriched, by separation. Between 1765 and 1772, she bore five children, one of ...

  7. Abigail Smith Adams was a gifted and eloquent letter writer. Her correspondence reflects her deep engagement with contemporary social and political issues and provides a unique window into eighteenth- and early-nineteenth-century life. The more than 1,100 letters she exchanged with her husband John are preserved in the Massachusetts Historical ...

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