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John Quincy Adams was an American statesman who served as the sixth President of the ..... Adams did not attend the inauguration of his successor, Andrew Jackson, who had openly .... In Smithson's will, he stated that should his nephew, Henry James Hungerford, die without heirs, the Smithson estate would go to the ...

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On this date, Representative and former President John Quincy Adams of Massachusetts suffered a fatal stroke on the House Floor. During a debate on whether ...

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John Quincy Adams suffers a stroke .... In meeting with Nixon, Prime Minister Zhou Enlai urged early peace in Vietnam, but did not endorse North Vietnam's.

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On this day in 1826, former Presidents Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, who were once fellow Patriots and then adversaries, die on the same day within five ...

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One of the most significant figures in the political history of the early republic was John Quincy Adams, who is closely associated with the old Hall of the House.

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John Quincy Adams, son of John and Abigail Adams, served as the sixth ... him with corruption and public plunder, was an ordeal Adams did not easily bear.

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Interesting Information: On February 21 1848, Adams collapsed from a stroke on the floor of the House of Representatives Chamber. He was carried to the ...

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Apr 27, 2017 ... John Quincy Adams did not retire from public life after leaving the presidential office. In 1830, he ran for and won a seat in the U.S. House of ...

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John Quincy Adams (6th U.S. president) died on Wednesday, February 23, 1848. You are here. Calendar. General. About Us · Contact Us · Web Site Help ...