Louisa Adams wife George W. Retrieved 8 March John Quincy Adams in the White House 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 Returns to the U. Thomas ended up living with his parents, unable to support himself and disappearing for days on drinking binges.
He also served as the chief architect of what became known as the Monroe Doctrinewhich aimed to prevent further European intervention or colonization in Latin America by asserting U.
John Quincy Adams II
From Diplomat to President InPresident James Monroe named John Quincy Adams as his secretary of state, as part of his efforts to build a sectionally balanced cabinet. Thomas Jefferson Meets John Adams. InAdams married Frances "Fanny" Cadwalader Crowninshield — daughter of George Crowninshield — and Harriet Sears Crowninshield — of the politically powerful Crowninshield family. He later established an experimental model farm near QuincyMassachusetts. On this day inJohn Adams, the son of a farmer and a descendant of Plymouth Rock pilgrims, is born in Braintree, Massachusetts.
Minister to Prussia, — U. Abigail Adams was one of only two women to have been both wife and mother to two U. This page was last edited on 30 Januaryat Adams served in several local offices in Quincy, including town meeting moderatorschool board chairman and judge of the local court. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, — 1st U. Marian Hooper Adams —