No- in fact Adams spoke out against slavery.
John Quincy Adams
he was against slavery just like his father the second president of the United States John Adams
John Quincy Adams prohibited slavery in any new state to join the Union. :)
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John Quincy Adams
He wanted to stop slavery
No, in his time slavery was an acceptable practice.
John Quincy Adams was from Massacheusets
no, John Quincy Adams was John Adams's son
John Quincy Adams was the son of President John Adams.
President John Adams was the father of President John Quincy Adams.
No, this was John Adams, John Quincy Adams' father.
John Quincy Adams was a strong opponent of slavery and used the various positions he held to promote abolition of slavery As president he proposed programs that would lead to an end to slavery, but was unable to get it through Congress. Later in life, as a Congressman, he argued that if a civil war ever broke out the president could abolish slavery by using his war powers, a policy followed by President Abraham Linclon (Emancipation Proclamation 1863) who eventually succeeded.
John Quincy Adams was Evangeline Adams grandfather.
he helped end slavery in african americans
No, he actually was one of those who condemned slavery.
he left behind a legacy of trying to stop slavery
john quincey adams John Quincy Adams, who was returned to Congress after his term as President, in a speech to the House of Representatives said: "If slavery must go by blood and war, let war come."
John Adams was the father of John Quincy Adams. Also, John was the 2nd pres. and Quincy was the sixth. John Adams was actually John Adams Jr. or John Adams the second, as his father was John Adams Sr. John Adams Sr. was not a president.
John Adams was the second president of the United States and John Quincy Adams was the sixth president and the son of John Adams.
John Quincy Adams was an only child.
John Quincy Adams was of English descent.