1 facebookWallPhotosFlairBoxesAbigail AdamsLogoutAbigail Adams Do not grieve, my friend, my dearest friend. I am ready to go. And John, it will not be long.WallInfoPhotosBoxesWrite something…ShareView photos of Abigail AdamsAbigail Adams Do not grieve, my friend, my dearest friend. I am ready to go. And John, it will not be long.October 18, 1818Send Abby a messagePoke AbbyMrs. President Adams I hope and pray that I may fulfill the responsibilities of First Lady of this great country.February 8, 1797InformationNetworks: First Ladies of America, Patriots, Housewives of America, Church CircleBirthday:November 11, 1774Political:FederalistReligion:UnitarianHometown:Weymouth , MassachusettsJohn Quincy Adams to Abigail Adams I did it Mum! I graduated from Harvard…Cannot wait to see you at the ceremony!Summer 1787Abigail Adams It’s capital to finally see my husband for the first time in 5 years! London is a delightful place!August 7, 1784John Adams to Abigail Adams I will try to recollect the words of my wife: Remember the Ladies.March 31, 1776FriendsAbigail Adams Welcomed our first daughter Abigail Amelia Adams today.July 14, 1765JohnGeorgeJohn Jr.Abigail Adams So excited to officially be Mrs. Abigail Adams. <3October 25, 1764MarthaThomasMartha
2 facebookWallPhotosFlairBoxesAbigail AdamsLogoutAbigail Adams Do not grieve, my friend, my dearest friend. I am ready to go. And John, it will not be long.WallInfoPhotosBoxesBasic InformationNetworks: First Ladies of America, Patriots, Housewives of America, Church CircleSex: FemaleBirthday: November 11, 1774Hometown: Weymouth, MassachusettsRelationship Status: Married to John AdamsPolitical Views: FederalistReligious Views: UnitarianView photos of AbigailSend Abby a messagePoke AbbyPersonal InformationActivities: Doing laundry, sewing, writing letters, tending to children, cooking, waiting for husband to return from travels, homemaking.Interests:, Books, education, politics, travel, women’s rights, slavery, Massachusetts Colony General Court, the French language, the theater.Experience: First Lady ( ),Massachusetts Colony General Court appointee (1775),Political Views: Supporter of women’s rights, Anti- Slavery, Patriotism, the Revolution, the Federalist party.Political/Historical Impact: First First Lady to hold a quasi-official government position. Greatly influenced John Adams’s political decisions and theories.InformationNetworks: First Ladies of America, Patriots, Housewives of America, Church CircleBirthday:November 11,1774Political:FederalistReligion:UnitarianHometown:Weymouth, MassachusettsPhotos2 AlbumsContact InformationThe FamilyUpdated last TuesdayAddress: Braintree, MA: Adams residenceMay be contacted via “The Pony Express”.PeacefieldUpdated two months ago
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