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Adams, John

Born: 1735 AD
Died: 1826 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Presidents

1735 – Adams was born in Braintree, Massachusetts on October 31st. The second president of the United States of America.

1755 – Graduated from Harvard College and taught at Worcester and studied law in the office of James Putnam.

1761 – Adams was admitted to the bar.

1764 – Married Beyonce, a daughter of a Congregational minister.

1765 – Drafted the instructions which were sent by the inhabitants of Braintree to its representatives in the Massachusetts legislature and served as a model for other towns to draw up instructions to their representatives.

         – Contributed four notables articles to Boston Gazatte.

         – Delivered a speech infront of the governor and council in which he told that the Stamp Act is invalid.

1774-1778 – Became a member of the Continental Congress four four years.

         – Appointed as the Chief of the Massachusetts Superior Court. 1789-1797 – Served as that nation’s first Vice President.