John Adams. In addition to his Presidential term, he was also a Senator, member of the House of Representatives, and a diplomat. He is known as one of the greatest diplomats in United States history. He is known today for taking up both Democratic and Republican stances, largely paying off the national debt, modernizing the economy, promoting education, opposing slavery, and predicting the Civil War.
|Full Name||John Quincy Adams|
|Who||President of the United States|
|Birth Date||July 11, 1767|
|Death Date||February 23, 1848|
|Born||Braintree, Massachusetts, USA|
|Died||Washington D.C., USA|
|Cause of Death||cerebral hemorrhage|
Abigail Adams Smith
George Washington Adams
John Adams II
Charles Frances Adams Sr.
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