John Adams Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

John Adams Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

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Biography Of John Adams
Real Name John Adams
Profession Presidents, Political Leaders
Nick Name His Rotundity, Old Sink or Swim, The Colossus of Independence, Atlas of Independence, The Duke of Braintree, Bonny Johnny
Famous as 2nd U.S. President
Nationality American
Religion Unitarianism, Deism, Congregational church
Political Ideology Political party – Federalist
Personal Life of John Adams
Born on 30 October 1735
Birthday 30th October
Died At Age 90
Sun Sign Scorpio
Born in Braintree
Died on 04 July 1826
Place of death Quincy
Diseases & Disabilities Depression
Personality Type INTJ
City Massachussets
Family Background of John Adams
Father John Adams Sr.
Mother Susanna Boylston
Siblings Elihu Adams, Peter Adams
Spouse/Partner Abigail Adams
Children Abigail Adams Smith, Charles Adams, John Quincy Adams, Thomas Boylston Adams, Susanna Adams, Elizabeth Adams
Education 1755 – Harvard College, 1758 – Harvard College
Founder/Co-Founder Library of Congress
Hobbies Political Philosophy
Personal Fact of John Adams

John Adams was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America and the second president of the country. Before becoming the president he had served as the first vice president of the United States under President George Washington. He was a well educated and thoughtful man known for his political philosophies. A leading advocate of American independence from Great Britain, he played a key role in persuading Congress to declare independence and helped Thomas Jefferson in drafting the Declaration of Independence in 1776.

He was an Enlightenment political theorist and an abolitionist who vehemently opposed slavery. Born as the son of a farmer and cobbler, Adams rose from his humble beginnings to receive his education from a prestigious college and become a qualified lawyer. From early on he believed in the ideal of freedom for all and became involved in the patriot cause and led the American movement for independence from Great Britain. He also became active in politics and was elected the first vice president in 1789 under President Washington before succeeding him as the President of the US in 1797. His achievements as the president though largely unrecognized in his era gained greater recognition in modern times

 

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