First Lady Abigail Smith Adams, BIO, (this portrait, painted while she was in Europe) First Lady 1797 - 1801 Of the four years her husband served as President, Abigail Adams was actually present in the temporary capital of Philadelphia and then, finally, the permanent " Federal City, " of Washington, D.C. for a total of only eighteen months. She nonetheless made a strong impression on the press and public.

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Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 31 March - 5 April 1776 "Remember the Ladies"

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In March 1776, in a spirited correspondence with her husband over the possibility of declaring independence, future First Lady Abigail Adams implored her husband, “I desire you would remember the ladies.” Unfortunately, neither the Founding Fathers n

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Martha Washington, Abigail Adams and Dolley Madison’s contributions to food history will be celebrated at the New School.

Abigail Adams and John Quincy Adams- the only statue of a president as a young boy. Quincy, Massachusetts

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A quote by Abigail Adams, wife of politician and later President John Adams. Abigail was an early advocate for "remembering the ladies."

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Abigail Smith Adams (1744 – 1818) - the wife of John Adams, who was the second President of the United States,

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Abigail Adams Birthplace, North Weymouth, Massachusetts was built in 1685. Abigail Smith, wife of Founding Father, John Adams, was born there November 11, 1744.

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