Facts About John Adams

PresidencyJohn Adams, 2nd President of United States, (4 March 1797 – 4 March 1801)
Political PartyFederalist
BornOctober 30, 1735, Braintree, Massachusetts Bay, British America (now Quincy)
DiedJuly 4, 1826, (age 90), Quincy, Massachusetts, U.S.
Cause of DeathBy heart failure
GraveQuincy, Massachusetts, U.S
ParentsHenry Adams > Susanna
SpouseAbigail Adams
Children’sDeacon Adams

More About John Adams

  • John Adams lost his first case as a lawyer.
  • Adams kept the United States out of war.
  • Adams cast at least 31 Tie-Breaking votes as Vice-President.
  • He signed the two documents that began and ended the American Revolution.
  • He lived in the White House for 4 months before Jefferson got elected.

See also:-

List of Presidents in the United States

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