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BC: "The Massachusetts Historical Society | The Adams Family Papers." Massachusetts Historical Society, an Independent Research Library Founded in 1791. Web. 17 Jan. 2011. . "Google Image Result for Http://www.gpb.org/files/national/andrewJackson_main_image.jpg." Google. Web. 17 Jan. 2011. . "Google Image Result for Http://images.travelpod.com/users/jowegee1/10.1249688986.john-quincy-adams-tomb.jpg." Google. Web. 17 Jan. 2011. . | Citations!

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1: John was born in Braintree, Massachusetts. This was his house.

2: His was born to John and Abigail Adams on July 11, 1767.

3: John witnessed the Battle of Bunker Hill when he was just seven years old.

4: John was educated at Leiden University and Harvard College. He graduated in 1788.

5: As a young man, John was a lawyer. He worked in Boston from 1790-1794.

6: In 1823, John married Louisa Catherine Johnson.

7: They had four children: George (1801-1829), John (1803-1834), Charles (1807-?) and Louisa (1811-1812).

8: John was elected to the United States Senate in 1803 and worked there until 1808.

9: In 1817, John was elected Secretary of State by James Monroe. It was during this time that he assisted in the creation of the Monroe Doctrine, which was issued in 1823. | James Monroe

10: On March 4, 1825, John Quincy Adams became the 6th president of the United States, along with vice president John C. Calhoun.

11: On July 4th, 1826, his father passes away in Quincy, Massachusetts.

12: 1826-Congress opposes President John Quincy Adams' and Secretary of State Henry Clay's Latin American policy. 1828-President John Quincy Adams asserts federal authority over the state of Georgia to protect the land claims of Creek Indians.

13: November, 1828, John Adams is succeeded by Andrew Jackson after serving only one term. | Andrew Jackson

14: In 1801, John retires to Massachusetts. but that doesn't mean he is out of commission. He is still contributing to the government. In 1802, he is elected to the Massachusetts State Senate.

15: On February 21, 1848, John collapsed in his chair in the House of Representatives. He was proclaimed dead two days later, on February 23. He is known to have died from cerebral hemorrhage (bleeding from the brain).

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