Abigail Adams and Thomas Paine

Maggie Jedlicka, and Caden Batson

Abigail Adams

  • November 11th,1714-October 28th,1818
  • Abigail lived in Braintree,Boston,Quincy and Weymouth Massachusetts as well as England for politics
  • She married John Adams and had 5 children,Abigail N,John Q,Susanna,Charles and Thomas Adams
  • Abigail Adams was the second First Lady of the United States and a women's rights activist who wrote "Remember the Ladies"

Sources

"Abigail Adams" Encyclopedia of World Biography.Vol.18

Detroit;Gale 1998 Student Resources in context.Web.20

Apr.2016.


Adams Abigail, "Letter from Abigail Adams to Mercy Otis

Warren (1776) Women in American Woodbridge,

CT:Primary Source Media,1999 American Journey.

Student Resources in context.Web.22Apr.2016.


Bober Natalie. "Family Trees." Abigail Adams:Witness to a

revolution. New York:Antheneum for Young Readers, 1995

N. pag. Print.

Thomas Paine

  • Thomas Paine was married and his first wife died, and him and his second wife got divorced.
  • Thomas Paine lived from 1737-1809.
  • His family was poor, he started working at age 13 and went to sea at age 19.
  • Thomas Paine wrote Common Sense, The American Crisis, Rights of Man, and Age of Reason.
  • Thomas Paine fought in the American Revolution during 1776.

Sources

Gale Virtual Reference Library .N.p., n.d. web.


"Paine, Tomas." World Book P.15. Ped. 2006. Print.


Phillips, Roxanne. "People of the Causes of the American Revolution. Bryan, Texas, Bryan.