Abigail Adams and Thomas Paine
Maggie Jedlicka, and Caden Batson
- 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"
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- 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.
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