Person    | Male  Born 1735  Died 1826

John Adams

Categories: Politics & Administration

Countries: USA

Second President of USA. 1783 signatory to the Treaty of Paris. Minister to the Court of St James's: May 1785 to March 1788. Then Vice President to George Washington.

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Diplomatic Gates

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John Adams

In this house lived John Adams, first American Minister to Great Britain, May...

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