John Adams Biography
John Adams (1735-1826), the Second President of the United States, was a prominent individual of the American history. He is still well-known with the patriot cause, being a delegate to the First and Second Continental Congresses. In France and Holland, during the Revolutionary, War he aided the Americans and discussed the treaty of peace. Adding to that he was also a lawyer, minister of a church, the First Vice President of the
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his family and farm in Braintree, now called Quincy after his son. He and Thomas Jefferson had become friends and they exchanged letters often. Adams was a very important man. Without his influence, the American history would have stopped a long time ago. On July 4, 1826, the fiftieth anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, Adams in his last words, whispered, "Thomas Jefferson survives." But Jefferson had deceased at Monticello a few hours prior to his death.