What topic did Abigail Adams write about to her husband John Adams?
romance letters and how women's rights in the country were just as important as men's and the benefits they would get from a proper education
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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 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 ( Full Answer )
The Portable John Adams, the Revolutionary writings of John Adamsand the Political Writings of John Adams are some of the bookswritten and published by John Adams. He was known more as apolitical philosopher than a politician.
none he retired and lived on his farm with his wife if your in American school and your looking for the answer, the correct answer is (D) women
In ten years she gave birth to 6 children. Names: Abigail ("Nabby"), John Ouincy, Susanna Boylston (died 1 yr. later), Charles, Thomas Boylston, and Elizabeth. YES!!@!!!!! they had five children, Abigail,John Quincy,Charles,and Thomas. (oh and Susanna but she died at 13 months) . Everybody knows …that! ( Full Answer )
She asked him about the war and in the letters she also would say stuff that she would not have told him in person.
NO John Quincy Adams (sixth president of the U.S.) was the eldest son of Abigail Smith Adams (wife of John Adams, the second president of the U.S.)
Abigail Smith was not quite 20 years old when she married JohnAdams. The two wed on October 25, 1764.
Abigail (1765-1813), the future President John Quincy Adams (1767-1848), Susanna Boylston (1768-1770, only two years), Charles (1770-1800), and Thomas Boylston (1772-1832)
She was devoted to raising her children teaching them Latin along with other subjects that were not taught to children of that day. She tended to the house and was said to be John's most influential adviser. She tended to their farm and sold the crops from it to make more money. She even built an ad…dition onto their house, doubling it's size, with her own money, so to surprise John when he returned from Philadelphia. (She married John when she was 20 and he was 30). But she was still a teacher ( Full Answer )
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 had six children. One girl was stillborn, another girl died atthe age of two. She only had one living girl, Abigail "Nabby"Adams. She did consider her daughter-in-law, widowed by her middleson Charles, to be her own daughter, she even lived with her untilshe died. They had three sons, the young…est Thomas, then Charles,then John Quincy Adams who later became president and was the onlyson to follow his father as president until George W. Bush. Daughter: Abigail Amelia Adams (b. 1765, d. 1813) Son: John Quincy Adams (U.S. President, b. 1767, d. 1848) Daughter: Susanna Adams (b. 1768, d. 1770) Son: Charles Adams (b. 1770, d. 1800) Son: Thomas Boylston Adams (b. 1772, d. 1832) susan elizabeth ( Full Answer )
Abigail and John Adam's first son was John Quincy Adams who grew up to become the 6th president of the United States of America.
Nope! it is not John . Quincy, it . is their daughter Nabby A.K.A. Abigail
If you think that john Adams wrot the Monroe Doctrine your wrong and stupid James monroe did.Now why you would you think john Adams did when his last name is Adams so now how u feelin. let me guess pretty stupid (Edit: Actually, it was John Quincy Adams who wrote the Monroe Doctrine. Adams was Secr…etary of State at the time. It is only named the Monroe Doctrine because he was President. John Adams wrote much of the Massachusetts Constitution, and "Thoughts on Government." Much of his writings come in the form of personal letters.) ( Full Answer )
She wrote letters to her husband and helped him withdecisions he might make and brought up different issues like womenrights and slavery .
She was the CEO of a major corporation, as the colonial period was a time of equality and women's liberation.
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. ( Full Answer )
Between ourselves, she hated the entire affair of being a president's wife. She wept when nobody was around and had histerical screaming rages as if she was a madwoman. She had a very dim view of John and his work, thinking he was a "scum covered conniving kiss-up to a wicked nation". Indeed, when J…ohn had an affair with his personal secretary, Sara Berdshaw, Abigail was close to cracking. In the same week, he cast a secret ballot with friends on whether to kill Abigail in her sleep and blame it on the butler, or divorce her. She found out and threatened him. She hated every single policy he ever made. She later wrote a book entitled Silent Plotter under the pseudonym 'Walter McCanal'. ( Full Answer )
Some people Abigail Adams wrote letters to were: . her friends in Boston (which is where she moved when she became older) . her cousin, Isaac . her husband, John Adams (the 2nd president of the United States), when he was away from home . her sister, Mary, who she often came to for advice
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.
Weymouth, Norfolk, MA on Oct 25 1764. Source: Book by David McCullough called John Adams
No, Abigail did not see John a lot. The reason was that he was always off, doing som political stuff.
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.
all the time she wrote them in all different times to express her feeling and her needs. she wrote them to her whole family most of the time to her husband.
Abigail Adams and her son, John Quincy, Watched the battle of Bunker hill together. Hope this helps. Horsedremer.
It was a custom of the time to adopt a pen name. (As was the custom of the time, they adopted pen names: Abigail was Diana, after the Roman goddess of the moon and later she adopted the pen name, Portia, wife of the great Roman politician Brutus. John adopted the name, Lysander, after the Sparta…n war hero. John often addressed his letters to his "Dear Adoreable" or "My dear Diana," or "My Dear Portia," but Abigail addressed her letters to John, as she would for the rest of her life, to "My Dearest Friend.") ( Full Answer )
They had a correspondence of over16, 500 feet or over three miles-worths of letters. .
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. ( Full Answer )
John and Abigail wrote about a huge number of topics, John would ask Abigail's opinion on affairs of government and law and she gave thoughtful answers and sometimes volunteered her opinions. Of course they also wrote about family and home life. Most if not all of her letters have been transcribed a…nd are available on-line. ( Full Answer )
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". ( Full Answer )
They were married at the home of the bride in Weymouth, Mass. on October 25 , 1764 .
It was a private joke between the two. They adopted the pen names Diana (Roman moon goddess) and Lysander (Spartan hero) during their courtship, and used them in correspodence over many years.
Abigail wrote letter to john Adams while he was far away from Abigail so that why she wrote lot of letters to john
she was married to john adams and had four children with him and was a home educator
In 10 years John and Abigail had six children: . Abigail ("Nabby") (1765-1813) . John Quincy Adams (1767-1848) who became a U.S. President himself . Susanna Boylston (1768-1770) . Charles (1770-1800) . Thomas Boylston Adams (1772-1832) . A sixth child, Elizabeth, was stillborn in 1777
Yes, they were husband and wife. John and Abigail Adams were married on October 25th, 1764; they had a son John Quincy Adams. John Adams became the second US president, and John Quincy Adams became the sixth president. By all accounts, John and Abigail had a very close and loving relationship, in wh…ich they wrote more than a thousand letters to each other (John's work as a diplomat and then as president required him to travel for extended periods of time). I enclose a link to some of their correspondence. ( Full Answer )
Yes, she did she took care of her kids, managed the farm, ran the family financial affairs, shelter soldiers and so much More you want more information go to Abigail Adams Bioghriphy.com
She was the wife of John Adams. she influenced and helped John with the Declaration.
John was 9 years plus about 3 weeks older than Abigail. He was born Oct 30, 1735 and she on Nov. 23, 1744
Actually, she was writing to her son John Quincy Adams (not to a daughter); it was 1800, and she explained to him how cold and uncomfortable she was in her new surroundings-- she had just moved to the White House, but there was not enough wood for all the fireplaces yet. In fact, the White House was… still being finished at that time, and she was living there before it was really ready for her use. Abigail Adams was a frequent letter-writer (it was an era before telephones, telegraph, radio, etc), and she expressed her emotions in letters the way you and I would express them in an e-mail or by talking on the phone to someone. ( Full Answer )
Abigail Adams was a woman. She did not fight alongside her husband. In fact her husband was not involved in the actual fighting. He was an important politician and diplomat. She was an important writer who left us with important information about conditions during that era.
No. John Hancock was married to Abigail Adams' cousin, Dorothy Quincy. John Hancock and his wife Dorothy had two children. Abigail Adams had six children with her husband John Quincy Adams.
She wanted her husband John Adams, one of the framers of theConstitution, to have it recognize women as legally equal to men.Abigail Adams was more politically knowledgeable, capable andwell-read than the majority of men at the time; she competentlymanaged the Adams' property alone for long periods …while John wasaway as a delegate to conventions or as ambassador; yet because shewas a woman she was not given the right to vote under theConstitution. ( Full Answer )