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    Abigail Adams

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    Abigail Adams Abigail Adams was and still is a hero and idle for many women in the United States. As the wife of John Adams, Abigail used her position to bring forth her own strong federalist and strong feminist views. Mrs. Adams was one of the earliest feminists and will always influence today's women. Abigail Adams was born Abigail Smith in 1744 at Weymouth, Massachusetts. She was a descendent of the Qunicys', a very prestigious family in the colonies, on her mothers' side. On her fathers'

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    Abigail Adams was born on November 11, 1744 in Weymouth, Massachusetts, which was about fifteen miles from south Boston. Her parents were William Smith and Elizabeth Quincy Smith, both of their families had lived in colonies for several generations. She had two sisters and a brother; Mary, Betsy and Billy. They had a very good childhood however; Abigail was very shy but also very determined and stubborn. She was also sick most of her childhood and annoyed by her mother's overprotective nature

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    Abigail Adams

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    Abigail Adams was a woman of high character and a loving soul. She was selfless in her thinking and remarkable in the way she handled people. Her management skills were above average for the normal female in the 1700s. She held many worldly interests that tied her to the political fashion of society. She was well cultured and was able to apply this to her role of a politician’s wife with great attributes towards society. She became the “buffer” with regard to her husband's temper and lack of

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    Biography of Abigail Adams

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    Biography of Abigail Adams Abigail Adams helped plant the seeds that would start women and men thinking about women's rights and roles in a country that had been founded on the ideals of equality and independence. Introduction Abigail Adams was born Abigail Smith on November 22, 1744, in Weymouth, Massachusetts, a farm community about fifteen miles southeast of Boston. Her family on both sides had lived in the colonies for several generations and was well established in the more influential

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    I think Abigail Adams was not very smart when she was a child. She was born in 1744 in Massachusetts. Abigail was very interested in learning when she was a little girl, but they expected the girls to learn to be wives and run the household while the boys learned reading, writing, Latin, and arithmetics. “Abigail and her sister never received any formal education, and Abigail thought this was unfair” (Somervill22) This quote shows how Abigail Adams was not taught as a little girl even though she

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    renowned Abigail Adams. Natalie S. Bober wrote Abigail Adams: Witness to a Revolution, a 221 page biography of Abigail Adams. Abigail had chronicled the hardships and victories alike of the American Revolution through letters to family and friends. Even though she asked them to burn the letters, historians since are glad they chose not to. Abigail Adams was a strong willed feminist. She fought for equal rights, not only for women, but also for people of color. In one of her letters to John Adams, she

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    Life of Abigail Adams

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    Abigail Adams, a woman very well known today originally met her husband John Adams when she was 15 years old and later on became the first lady during his presidency. When she turned 11 she met with a college professor and started her education. Abigail was born on November 22, 1744 and died on October 28, 1818 (The World of Abigail Adams). Throughout her life she had many long lasting accomplishments and was a leader in her household and for women. She helped make the Americas what they are today

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    Biography of Abigail Adams Abigail Adams was an amazing American. She was born in 1744 in Weymouth, Massachusetts colony. In 1764 she married John Adams, who later became the second President of the United States. She was the first president’s wife to live in the White House. Abigail Adams was born on November 11, 1744. She lived in Weymouth, MA in the parsonage. It was a big house with many rooms. Abigail lived with her parents William and Elizabeth Quincy Smith. She had two sisters and one

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    Abigail Adams: A Revolutionary American Woman Abigail Adams married a man destined to be a major leader of the American Revolution and the second President of the United States. Although she married and raised men that become such significant figures during their time, her herself was played an important role in the American society. The events that happened in her life, starting from childhood and ending in her adult years, led her to be a Revolutionary woman. Three main reasons behind her becoming

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    about how women should have more rights. Abigail Amelia Adams changed history for women. Abigail’s life began in Weymouth Massachusetts on November 11 1734. She was born to Reverend William Smith and Elizabeth Quincy Smith. Abigail Adams was the second of four children (Sawyer 1-2). Abigail was a frail and weak child. She did not have many friends when she was young because of her illnesses. When she was young she often visited the sick with her mother. Abigail came from one of the most educated and

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