5 edition of John Quincy Adams found in the catalog.
John Quincy Adams
John Torrey Morse
|Statement||John T. Morse, Jr. ; introd. by Lynn Hudson Parsons.|
|Series||American statesmen ;, v. 15.|
|LC Classifications||E377 .M88 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 308 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||308|
|LC Control Number||80020125|
John Quincy Adams, Sixth President of the United States As president, Adams faced steadfast hostility from the Jacksonians in Congress, which perhaps explained his relatively few substantive accomplishments while in the White House. Adams entered the presidency with the country on the brink of war with France, which was still angered by Jay's Treaty. He was buried—as were his father, mother, and wife—at First Parish Church in Quincy. He then studied law and was admitted to the bar inafter which he set up a law practice in Boston.
As secretary to his father in Europe, he became an accomplished linguist and assiduous diarist. Despite a long and distinguished public career that would take him across America and Europe, he never strayed far from his Braintree roots and returned whenever possible. Accompanying her husband on his various missions in Europe, she came to be regarded as one of the most-traveled women of her time. House of Representatives, once again distinguishing himself as a statesman of the first order.
Born to a rich mother and a Deacon father, Adams took to reading and writing at an early age. Political opponents Adams had intense critics, who tended to be supporters of Andrew Jackson. John Quincy Adams book course, all of this made their marriage even more difficult than it might have been. As secretary to his father in Europe, he became an accomplished linguist and assiduous diarist. House of Representatives, once again distinguishing himself as a statesman of the first order. As a husband and parent, John Quincy struggled to teach his children, through distant letters or Bible lessons, in matters of morality.
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As president, Adams failed to develop the political relationships needed—even among members of his John Quincy Adams book party—to effect significant change. He began writing a journal in JQA grew up during the American Revolution and watched battles from a safe distance.
After the Napoleonic wars had ended, several Latin American colonies of Spain rose up and declared independence. Senate as a Federalist from Massachusetts, but split with the party by supporting Thomas Jefferson's commercial warfare against Britain embodied in the Embargo Act of Many historians cite his journals as first hand accounts of the formation of the early United States.
John Quincy Adams' Presidency Adams' presidency was somewhat uneventful.
As a child, Adams witnessed firsthand the birth of the nation. Army officers who had served in the Mexican-American War he opposed the war, but felt that the U.
He even observed part of the Battle of Bunker Hill from a distance when he was a child. In his pre-presidential years, Adams was one of America's greatest diplomats formulating, among other things, what became the Monroe Doctrine ; in his post-presidential years, he conducted a consistent and often dramatic fight against the expansion of slavery.
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In JulyAdams signed the controversial Alien and Sedition Acts, which were meant to silence opposition John Quincy Adams book the Federalists but which were so unpopular and unconstitutional that they were largely responsible for the downfall of the Federalist Party.
There, as he mellowed, he began a wonderfully rich correspondence with Jefferson and a deep friendship developed. Clay supported Adams, John Quincy Adams book his victory and the bitter opposition of the Jacksonians to all his initiatives.
The factions became an important John Quincy Adams book of the election ofwhere Adams eked out a victory as president after George Washington announced that he would not seek a third term.
Adams, the candidate of the North, fell behind Gen. However, this too failed in congress. Adams was a major proponent of the advancement of science. No sooner had Adams returned to Braintree did he find himself called upon to return to the Second Continental Congress, where Adams nominated a delegate named George Washington to command a new Continental Army.
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Adams also urged the United States to take a lead in the development of the arts and sciences through the establishment of a national university, the financing of scientific expeditions, and the erection of an observatory. As secretary to his father in Europe, he became an accomplished linguist and assiduous diarist.John Quincy Adams has books on Goodreads with ratings.
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