John Adams (Q11806)

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president of the United States from 1797 to 1801
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John Adams
president of the United States from 1797 to 1801
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"Novanglus" (New England) was a pen name John Adams used in replies to essays published by Daniel Leonard, a "tory" lawyer who wrote under the pseudonym "Massachusettensis" (English)
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He was born on the 19th or (new style) 30th of October 1735, in that part of the township of Braintree, in Massachusetts, which on a subsequent division was called Quincy. (English)
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On the 4th of July 1826, on the fiftieth anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, he died at Quincy. (English)
John (1735-1826) . Peabody, James Bishop, 1922- Ed. Adams
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† в Квинси 4-го июля 1826 г., в день провозглашения независимости Соединенных Штатов. (Russian)
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Deism plays a role in the founding of the American republic as well. Many of the founding fathers (Jefferson, Franklin, Madison, Paine) author statements or tracts that are sympathetic to deism; and their deistic sympathies influence the place given (or not given) to religion in the new American state that they found. (English)
The second and third presidents of the United States also held Deistic convictions, as is amply evidenced in their correspondence. “The ten commandments and the sermon on the mount contain my religion,” John Adams wrote to Thomas Jefferson in 1816. (English)
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Adams, John <1735-1826>
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8 July 2020
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John Adams (U.S. president)
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Adams, John (uomo politico)
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John Adams - RationalWiki (English)
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President John Adams (30 Oct 1735 - certain 4 Jul 1826)
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