Facts About John Quincy Adams
|Presidency||John Quincy Adams, 6th President of United States, (March 4, 1825–March 3, 1829)|
|Political Party||Whig Party|
|Born||Braintree, Massachusetts, in the United States, on July 11, 1767|
|Died||Washington, D.C., around February 23, 1848|
|Cause of Death||Brain hemorrhage|
|Grave||United First Parish Church, Quincy, Massachusetts, United States|
|Parents||John Adams > Abigail Adams|
|Spouse||Louisa Catharine Adams, (m. 1797–1848)|
|Children’s||Louisa Catherine Adams > Charles Adams Senior > John Adams II > and Washington Adams|
More About John Quincy Adams
- Adams remains the only president to have a foreign-born First Lady.
- President Adams spoke in a high, shrill voice.
- He led the fight to force Congress to receive antislavary petitions.
- Quincy Adams used to go skinny dipping every morning in the Potomac river.
- He played a vital development role in James Monroe’s Monroe Doctrine.
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