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John Quincy Adams

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sara spencer

on 22 May 2013

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By: Sara John Quincy Adams Biography fun facts Born on July 11-1767. Born in Raintree,Massachusetts. He married Catherine Johnson. they had 3 boys. John Quincy Adams died in 1848 on February23 in his house in Washington Dc Education. Harvard University
Jobs before becoming president.
Massachusetts politic ,Lawyer, Minister to Prussia Before the presidency Adams was the 6Th president he served 1 term his years served were 1825-1829 When John Quincy Adams was president these important things happened. He helped make new universities. Native Americans got hurt a lot. In 1828 president John Quincy Adams singed a bill placing a tariff to imported industrial goods. In 1828 John Quincy Adams lost the re_election to Andrew Jackson. The Presidential Years The reason why John Quincy Adams left the office is. He lost the re_election. After John Quincy Adams left the office he was elected to the House of Representatives. After the presidency John Quincy Adams lived to the time the camera was invented he had 3 photos token of him. He was the first president whose dad was a president. He was the first and only president to be a published poet. He loved to play pool so he bought a pool table for the White house.
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