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Abigail Smith-Adams �Abigail Adams was born October 22 nd 1744, Weymouth, Massachusetts. Her full including maiden name was Abigail Smith Adams.
Abigail Adams Early Years �Abigail changed political government by standing up and saying “Women had no voice in government politics. ”
An interesting fact �Abigail was married in 1764 to John Adams.
Abigail Adams was famous because… �She was husband of John Adams. �Abigail pressed the argument that women should be granted full legal equality in the new government. �During the American revolution and later Abigail pursued diplomatic missions in Europe. �Abigail believed in Freedom. �John Quincy her son was also president.
Abigail Adams Later Years �Abigail boycott the tea and made her tea. �Abigail taught an African American slave reading and writing when he was not allowed to go to the local school. �Abigail was the 1 st presidents wife to live in the white house. �Abigail did not like the white house �Abigail stood up for women’s rights and slavery. �Her quote “I am sick, of public life. ”
The Impact on Abigail’s life �She helped way more than one African American slave learn. �Abigail changed the colonists’ American legal tax documents. �While her husband John Adams was being president during the Revolutionary War (1755 -1783). Abigail left letters to her husband provided valuable information about British troops and ships in the Boston area. �Abigail was also mother of John Quincy Adams who also became president.
My opinion that describes Abigail Smith-Adams �Detailed �Helpful �Thoughtful �Caring �Responsible �Respectful
Information Source �www. go. grolier. com �www. worldbookonline. com �www. pebblego. com �www. apimages. com �The books I used were �Partner in Revolution Abigail Adams by: Clare Hodgson Meeker �Abigail Adams Author and Illustrated by: Alexandra Wallner