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  • president/vice president. This ideal quickly dissolved. During the term of John Adams a law called the sedition act came to be which was to limit dissent about
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  • 1817-1825 Democratic-Republican 6 John Quincy Adams 1825-1829 Democratic-Republican Son of former President John Adams 7 Andrew Jackson 1829-1837 Democrat
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  • 4: John Marshall, served February 4, 1801–July 6, 1835† Appointed by: John Adams  
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  • of Uranus was observed to deviate from the published values. In 1845 John Adams, using Newton's universal law of gravitation, calculated the orbit of
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  • static; similarly, the music of composers such as Alfred Schnittke or John Adams combines elements of tonal and atonal music freely and undogmatically;
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  • a style that has been explored by many artists including Steve Reich, John Adams, and Philip Glass. The Contemporary Era was formed during the last quarter
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  • Eng: Louis C. Kauffmann (vign), J. T. Vail (ltr) Jun 3 2¢ 11x10½ John Adams 806 [[File:|100px]] William K. Schrage Eng: Charles A. Brooks (vign)
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  • John Adams' Presidency was not popular. Adams and Congress enacted the Alien and Sedition Acts, which restricted the free speech of the opposing Democratic-Republicans
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  • his contrary views were not consulted in the Adams administration. Newly-elected President John Adams sent a delegation to Paris, resolving to negotiate
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  • backing. Jefferson and Adams spent a considerable amount of their own money during their time in France. In 1779, John Adams was sent to London to try
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  • Washington, Adams, and Jefferson had attempted to keep the United States neutral in the conflict between Napoleonic France and her allies and the United
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  • the election. He formed a coalition of political allies to defeat John Quincy Adams, succeeding. This group went on to become the modern Democratic Party
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  • Burlington Vol. 1 No. 10 — Jan 20, 1883 Arthur Wells has sold his hotel to John Gaskin for $4,000 Hopkins taking inventory preparatory to a change in his
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  • article is about and what it emphasizes. If the title is "John Adams" -- then which John Adams is the article about? Is it the second President of the United
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  • "' The Second Continental Congress formed a committee, consisting of John Adams of Massachusetts, Benjamin Franklin of Pennsylvania, Thomas Jefferson
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  • appointed a Committee of Five to draft a declaration of independence: John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Robert Livingston, Roger Sherman and Thomas Jefferson
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  • from http://www.hnhsd.org/Gr3%20SS.pdf Tannetta, M. (2008). Abigail and John Adams Online. School Library Media Activities Monthly,25(2) 17-18. 1. What
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  • quite common. Further, some full names are relatively common, such as John Adams, so one may wish to check if there are any historical figures which may
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  • Revolution was in the hearts and minds of the people. Former President John Adams, 1818 Throughout the 18th century, the maturing British North American
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  • Greenaway (The Draughtsman's Contract) Billy Wilder (Sunset Boulevard) John Adams, US President Alexander the Great, conqueror Benjamin Franklin, founding
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