What are rought times Abigail Adams go through?
He had 100 orgasms a day so he had to stay in his manhut.
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Abigail Adams First Lady: 1797 to 1801 Wife of John Adams, 2 nd President of the United States Mother of John Quincy Adams, 6 th President of the United States Born: November 11, 1744 Died: October 28, 1818
Abigail Adams parents were William and Elizabeth Quincy Smith. Abigail's parents were Elizabeth: mom. William: dad
Abigail Adams was an important part of America because she wanted women to have rights. She never got to see the day but she wanted it.
Abigail Adams was the wife of John Adams. And the second Presidentof the United States. And the mother of John Quincy Adams. And thesixth President of the United States. That's a lot of stuff if youask me. And you know what i think...i think you all are thegreatest answers.com volunteer who asks que…stions and even answersthem. Is the wife of the John Adams and mom of John Quincy Adams (MORE)
She did not go to school because back then girls were not encouraged to go to school. Her family taught her a lot at home. When she grew up, she thought it was unfair how girls weren't allowed to go to school.
Abigail Adams died on October 28, 1818, as the combined result of astroke and Typhoid Fever. She was seventy-three years old at thetime.
Abigail Adamssuffered illness, along with her daughter Nabby and her son Charles. She also went through the pain of having 3 children, Nabby Adams, Charles Adams, and John Quincy Adams. Abigail gave birth to a daughter, who was unfortunately born still. Pain of lost friends and her husbands long tri…ps. There's many more things that Abigail Adams went through, if your interested to find out read: Abigail Adams witness to a revolution, BY: Natalie S. Bober. (MORE)
Abigail Adams was the wife of the first Vice President and secondPresident of the United States. Although she doesn't have manyrecognized personal accomplishments, her husband respected and tookheed of her opinion, so she did assist the President of the UnitedStates.
Abigail Adams accomplished or opposed slavery. She feared her husband of getting shot at the war. Resident of England, and Massachusetts. Born in Weymouth Massachusetts November 11, 1744 Died in Quincy Massachusetts October 28, 1818
Patriot. She was ahead of her time by reminding her husband to remember the women when making suggestions for the government of the New World as well.
Like other women of the time, Abigail lacked formal education; but her curiosity ... OUR FIRST LADIES: 18th Century; Martha Washington; Abigail Adams ;
Abigail Adams is famous because she became the first woman tolive in the White House with John Adams, 2nd president of theUnited States, and their children. She for more than 100 years theonly women to be the wife and mother of a president. (John QuincyAdams, 6th president of the United States) . S…he is also known for the letters she exchanged with her husbandwhen he was a delegate to the Continental Congress in Philadelphia,letters that show her to have been an intelligent woman engaged inpolitics with him as well as running a large farm in his absenceand raising their children (MORE)
Abigail Adams questioned fellow women during the AmericanRevolution. These women were thought to be sympathetic to theBritish cause.
Abigail Adams took care of the family, worked on the farm, and watched the tenants. Abigail Adams took care of the family, worked on the farm, and watched the tenants
Abigail Adams opposed slavery. She believed that everyone, black, white, men or women, should be equal. She tried to put a black slave into school, but the slave later got thrown out. In other words, She opposed slavery.
The womens' rights were not as fair as the men's and things were not going too well.
She was best known for her stunning encouragement for womens rights. She always asked her husband John to appeal to women as well
Abigail Adams was born on November 11, 1744 and died on October 28, 1818. Abigail Adams would have been 73 years old at the time of death or 270 years old today.
While they had known each other as small children, the courtship ofAbigail Smith and John Adams began in her home in 1762. John'sfriend, Richard Cranch, was courting Abigail's sister at the time.The two visited the home together, and John Adams fell in love withthen 17-year-old Abigail.
They lived in Weymouth Massachusetts. This is where they lived when they first got married. Over the years when John was away Abigail stayed home and cared for the farm. They later moved to many places after that.
There are several different theories: 1. When William Smith (Abigail's father) went to see John he took his daughters, Abigail and Mary, but they did not see each other again for 2 years. 2. They were third cousins so they had know each other since childhood. 3. They met at Abigail's sister, Mary…'s, wedding when she married John's good friend Richard Cranch. (MORE)
No. Abigail Adams is not related to Sam Adams. Althought her husband, John Adams, is related to Sam Adams. They are both second cousins.
In Abigail Adam's time, only men were allowed to go to school. It was believed that there was no need for women and girls to go to school, because men were in charge.
There are two theories. The two theories are the following: 1.John Adams met Abigail when William Smith (Abigail's father), presented both Mary Smith (sister) and Abigail Smith to John Adams in a meeting. 2.Abigail Smith met John Adams in Mary's wedding.
No she did not go to college , but she read heavily and learned much in her readings.
One was that they had 6 children together, but one,Susanna, died at the age of 2, and one, Elizabeth, was a stillborn.
Abigail and John were third cousins, so they knew each other growing up. When Abigail was 17, John started visiting her home with his friend Richard Cranch who was engaged to Abigail's older sister Mary.
Abigail met John in her dads library in his house where people could come in and borrow books.
Abigail and John, were third cousins and they had known each other since their childhood. John went with his friend Richard Cranch to the smith residence. Richard's fiance was Abigail's older sister Mary.
Abigail Adams told John how to be a good president and how to be a good dad with Abigail's daughter Sussan. Abigail helped herself by folding clothes and doing what everyone's mom does to be the world's best mom!
If you read her letters to John she shows that she gives him a different side to many political questions and she was an early women's rights backer. She influenced his thinking as well as took care of her family. In one letter at the start of the war she questions him about what to do if the Britis…h raid their farm ( they were just outside of Boston near Concord). He responds she is to take the children and hide in the woods. She was a very strong intelligent woman who stated what she thought and often took John to task when she thought he was wrong about an issue. (MORE)
listen Abigail Adam commited suicide just kidding look it up and not on this websit smarty pants
Her letters were about many things. Since John Adams was away a great deal she wrote about the farm, her observations of the war ( she could see the Battle of Bunker Hill from the farm), the children ( they had 6 ), her thoughts about the revolution, the shortages they suffered because of the war, a…nd her fears about the British showing up at the farm. She once asked him what she should do if the British did raid the area. He told her to take the children and hide in the woods. She also wrote to him about women's rights and how she thought the country should be organized. They were married over 50 years so her letter reflect her love, worries, and thoughts. (MORE)
it was when she married her husband and she was the first lady and she was involved with her and her husband and she loved him very much
Abigail worried about her husband because he hardly ever wrote to her and he would be gone for years at a time.
Considering she never worked, except to be a mother of 6, married to John Adams who was a lawyer, congressman, diplomat, president, and farmer she never "retired." Retirement comes from working a job, which she never had. She did have an interesting life and had to "put up" with her husband gone for… months at a time, living near Boston during the revolution, taking care of young children ( 2 who died) and managing a farm while her husband was away. She was one of the first women to express women's rights in her time and managed to advise John on many topics. (MORE)
Yes. There is one in Boston that includes her, Lucy Stone, and Phillis Wheatley. They are also currently proposing one for Washington DC.
On March 31st, 1776, Abigail Adams wrote a letter to her husband, John Adams, urging him and the other members of the continental congress to remember the interests of the nation's women while fighting for independence from the British. An excerpt from the letter reads, "...I desire you would rememb…er the ladies and be more generous and favorable to them than your ancestors. Do not put such unlimited power into the hands of the husbands". (MORE)
They were married at the home of the bride in Weymouth, Mass. on October 25 , 1764 .
Whether Abigail Adams had a personal interest in swimming or not is currently not known.
Abigail Adams didnt have a formal schooling or education, her mom taught her English history and liturature she like to read poems too.
yes she had obstacles, her husband was somewhere else and she had to take care of her five children
Abigail Adams was a First Lady who was known for having very modern views on a number of subjects, including education for girls, and education for black children. (She had never been given a formal education, but she loved to read and believed everyone should have access to more education.) She wro…te many letters to her husband John, advising him about current issues and expressing her opinions. While this may not sound very remarkable, back then women's opinions were rarely sought, and only about the home. But Abigail and John seemed to have a very rare and special relationship, and they discussed a number of issues in addition to domestic matters. While still a traditionalist about the roles of men and women, she was one of the earliest advocates for more rights for married women -- under the laws of that time, a married woman was legally the property of her husband, and Abigail wanted an expansion of women's rights so that if their husband was a tyrant, there would be some remedy for the situation. Abigail revealed her strength as a woman before becoming a First Lady. There were many, many wives like Abigail Adams who were completely responsible for their family's welfare, homes, farms, businesses and financial support while their husbands were engaged in the development of American government. They were invaluable advisors to their husbands, collected the political news for them and kept them informed through a system of letter writing, all while their husbands were away from home for long periods of time- years at a time. They were given heavy responsibilities, were the backbone of America and yet, their husbands would not even consider giving them equal status as citizens. Abigail constantly reminded her husband of the need for more legal rights for women but that request went unfulfilled. (MORE)
yes she did. during the mid 1700's she worked in the white house as an apprentice. so yes she did work as an apprentice
she was married to john adams and had four children with him and was a home educator
she did not go to high school because girls were not engorged to go to school in her time .
Abigail Adams was born in 1744 and when she was 15 years old she met John Adams, who was 10 years older. They were married and stayed married until her death. They had 6 children all total. So, she was married once.
She was the wife of John Adams. she influenced and helped John with the Declaration.
No she got married to John Adams and smith her last name became her middle name and Adams became her last name.
She was pregnant six times but her last baby was stillborn. Another son died at age 10. Her husband was away in Europe much of the time that the Revolutionary War was going and she had to raise her children and manage the farm by herself. Life was relatively hard for everyone in those days.