Adams, John2018-11-17T19:09:43+00:00
Portrait of John Adams.

John Adams was a key figure during the founding of the United States, through the early years of the republic. He was the second President of the United States.

John Adams

October 30, 1735–July 4, 1826 — Second President of the United States

Suggested Reading for John Adams

1776. McCullough, David. Simon & Schuster. 2005.

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The Adams-Jefferson Letters: The Complete Correspondence Between Thomas Jefferson and Abigail and John Adams. Cappon, Lester J. The University of North Carolina Press. 1988.

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John Adams.McCullough, David. Simon & Schuster.2001.

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My Dearest Friend: Letters of Abigail and John Adams. Hogan, Margaret A. Belknap Press of Harvard University. 2007.

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John Adams: In His Own Words. Baron, Robert C. Fulcrum Publishing. 2009.

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Presidency of John Adams. Brown, Ralph A., University Press of Kansas. 1975.

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"Ye Will Say I Am No Christian": The Thomas Jefferson/John Adams Correspondence on Religion, Morals, and Values. Braden, Bruce. Prometheus Books. 2005.

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  • Article Title John Adams Suggested Reading
  • Coverage October 30, 1735–July 4, 1826
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  • Keywords john adams, abigail adams, john quincy adams, president, founding father, lawyer, boston massacre
  • Website Name American History Central
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  • Access Date December 17, 2018
  • Publisher R.Squared Communications, LLC
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  • Date of Last Update November 17, 2018