President John Quincy Adams

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John Quincy Adams was the United States of Americaís sixth president.

President John Quincy Adams was born in Braintree, Massachusetts on July 11, 1767 and grew up to become Americaís sixth president.

He was a lawyer before he became President of the United States at age 57. His place of primary affiliation was Massachusetts. John Quincy Adams became president on March 4, 1825 and left the office on March 4, 1829.

President John Quincy Adams was a member of the Democratic-Republican Party and his vice president was John C. Calhoun.

John Quincy Adams' nicknames include Old Man Eloquent, the Madman of Massachusetts, The Abolitionist and JQA.

Son of the second president, John Adams followed his father to Europe when his father was envoy to France and the Netherlands. He spoke fluent French and Dutch, and also spoke some German and several other European languages.

He served in Congress for four periods, representative of three different districts and senator for Massachusetts. He was ambassador to Great Britain, Russia, and the Netherlands.

John Quincy Adams swam nude in the Potomac River every day and he was the first son of a president to become a president. John Quincy Adams was 80 years old when he died on February 23, 1848.





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