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Happy Birthday John Quincy Adams Today is the 248th birthday of President John Quincy Adams. Despite the fact that he served for stand out term, the scion of John and Abigail Adams left a permanent check on American history. Our country's 6th President was conceived on July 11, 1767, in Quincy, Massachusetts. He kicked the bucket on February 23, 1848, and is covered in Quincy at the First Unitarian Church. He is cited as saying, "Dependably vote in favor of guideline, however you may vote alone, and you may esteem the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost."

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    Adams was exceptionally knowledgeable. The youthful Adams considered in Paris, Amsterdam, Leyden, and the Hague, acquiring his four year certification from Harvard College in 1787. Actually, Adams House, one of the 12 undergrad quarters at Harvard, is named for Adams and his celebrated father, likewise a Harvard graduate. He turned into an attorney without going to graduate school. In spite of the fact that he did gain a graduate degree from Harvard in 1790, Adams finished his lawful training as a student to the colossal Theophilus Parsons, who might in the long run leave private practice in Boston to serve as Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court. In this, he joins the pantheon of recorded figures who were legal counselors, including Alexander Hamilton and Abraham Lincoln, both of whom additionally never went to graduate school. Adams was the main thrust behind the Monroe Doctrine. In 1794, Adams started a vocation in worldwide discretion, serving first as U.S. envoy to the Netherlands. He went ahead to serve as diplomat to Prussia, Russia, and Great Britain before turning into the country's eighth Secretary of State under President James Monroe. In that posting, he formed the Monroe Doctrine, which proclaimed that any European endeavor to colonize or meddle with the Americas would be seen as an immediate risk to the security of the United States and deserving of intercession. Twofold rainbow, meet twofold Senator! Soon after finishing up his administration in Prussia, Adams was chosen to the Massachusetts Senate in April 1802. He took a stab at running for the U.S. Place of Representatives in November that year, however lost. Fortunately for Adams, the Massachusetts governing body chose him to the U.S. Senate before long, a post he held for a long time before coming back to conciliatory administration.

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    Paying tribute to one of America's most historical presidents.

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    He was pretty good president Happy Birthday John Quincy Adams

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    nice one.

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    Thank you :)

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    @paki

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    Amazing lines...Appreciated...

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    Yes, memorializing 6th president of USA birthday! :) Very historical especially being American.

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    @AG23 @vera_ewing

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    former son of john adams i wish you a happy birthday!

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