John and Abigail Adams and the Revolution
A look at how John and Abigail Adams were able to cope with life during the Revolutionary War through their love and mutual support for each other.
# 60585 | 1,247 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2005 |
Published on Aug 31, 2005 in History (U.S. Presidency) , History (U.S. Birth of the Nation 1750-1800) , Women Studies (Historical Figures) , English (General)
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This paper explores a little bit of the history of John and Abigail Adams, how John Adams rose to power as President of the United States through his political career, and how Abigail Adams stayed home and sent her support and love through a series of love letters to her husband.
From the Paper:"The world during the Revolutionary War was a very scary and emotional time for the colonists, and especially for those who were involved with the politics of freeing America from England's rule. John and Abigail Adams was one couple that was very involved with the politics of the colonies. Through their love and mutual support for each other, John and Abigail Adams were able to cope with the Revolutionary War and welcome the birth of a new nation."
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