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John Adams "Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.

John Adams by Charles Willson Peale Independence Park, Philadelphia. President Adams.

- John Adams, the second President of the United States, was born in Braintree, MA John Adams by Charles Wilson Peale

John Quincy Adams - 6th President of U.S. - son of John Adams, (2nd President). He served as Secretary of State under James Monroe, and is regarded as one of the greatest diplomats in American history.  He reportedly had the highest IQ of any American President.  He died in 1848 at the age of 81.

John Quincy Adams was the President son of John Adams, President). He reportedly had the highest IQ of any American President. He died in 1848 at the age of

Gilbert Stuart – Portrait of John Adams (1826) oil on canvas  Washington, D.C., National Gallery of Art

Gilbert Stuart – Portrait of John Adams oil on canvas Washington, D., National Gallery of Art - President - Term: 1797 -

Abigail Smith Adams 1744-1818 at home, often without husband John

if we mean to have heroes, statemen and philosophers, we should have learned women. John Adams (Abigail Smith) by Gilbert Stuart,

President John Quincy Adams in his early years before becoming president.

John Quincy Adams to William Vans Murray, January “Our Constitution professedly rests upon the good sense and attachment of the people. This basis, weak as it may appear, has not yet been found to fail.

#6 John Quincy Adams ( 1825-1829) Democratic-Republican

Reared for public service, John Quincy Adams became one of the nation's preeminent secretaries of state. Aloof, stiff-necked, and ferociously independent, he was known to always wear the same hat.________ To-Do-List: Find his hat!

Future President John Adams of Massachusetts stands behind George Washington of Virginia as he takes the Oath of Office as the First President of the United States in 1789.

George Washington takes the Oath of Office as the First President of the United States, in Philadelphia, Future President John Adams stands behind him.

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