The Life of Abigail Adams
Abigail Adams was many things in her life. She was a mother, a first lady, a wife and much, much more. Join me as I tell you about Abigail's childhood and family, her relationships, her education and her personality, also her adult and love life. I hope you enjoy reading "The Life of Abigail Adams" A true story.
Abigail's childhood and Family
Education, Relationship, and Personality
Adult and Love Life
Abigail was considered grown up at 18 and she spent all of her time with her family and husband. She and John spent much time together and they got married on October 25, 1764 when Abigail was 19 even though William, Abigail's father, did not like John Adams. They were profoundly in love and had five children. Their children were Abigail Amelia Adams Smith, John Quincy Adams, Susanna Adams, Charles Adams and Thomas Boylston Adams. In 1797 John became the second President of the United States of America and Abigail became the First Lady. Because Abigail had always been so interested in politics growing up, she was very helpful to John. Her tact helped him to deal with the public as well. During his time as president, he spent much time away. Abigail and John sent thousands of letters back and forth to one another. They were the first family to live in the White House, although neither John nor Abigail liked it at all. They preferred the farm life and later moved into a farm house where Abigail became a 'farm wife' by working on the management of the household and farming. John and Abigail were married for 52 years before Abigail passed away on October 28th, 1818. John later followed on July 4th, 1826. That was Abigail's life and Abigail was definitely a humble, brave, and passionate woman, First Lady, and farm wife.
John and Abigail Adams Family
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