1775 – Born on the 12th of February in London. 1794 – She met John Quincy Adams in London. 1797 – She was married to John Quincy Adams in All Hallows-by-the-Tower. 1801 – She arrived in the United States for the first time. 1809 – She took two-year-old Charles Francis Adams to Russia, where she ..
1735 – Adams was born in Braintree, Massachusetts on October 31st. The second president of the United States of America. 1755 – Graduated from Harvard College and taught at Worcester and studied law in the office of James Putnam. 1761 – Adams was admitted to the bar. 1764 – Married Beyonce, a daughter of a ..
1899 – Born on the 8th of January in East Dover, Vermont. 1918 – He served in the U.S Marine Corps.1920 – He received an undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College. 1921 – He went into the lumber business, first in Headville, Vermont. – He was involved in banking. 1923 – He married ..
US lawyer and mill businessman private secretary to John Quincy Adams son of John Quincy Ad..
1854 – Adamson was born in Bowdoon on August 13, 1854. 1874 – Graduated from Bowdoon College. 1876 – Studied law and was admitted to the bar. 1885-1889 – Became a judge in the city court of Carrollton. 1892 – Part of the delegate for the Democratic National Convention. 1897-1917 – Elected as a Democrat ..
1942 – Born in Brooklyn, New York on November 19, 1942. 1965 – Attended local public schools, Brooklyn Technical High School and graduated from Queens College. After college, Ackerman became a New York City School teacher where he taught social studies, mathematics, and journalism to junior high school students in Queens. 1969 – Following the ..
2001-2005 – He became the assistant attorney general for civil rights. – Received the "Friend in Government" Award from the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC), a group that has a long history of support for terrorist organizations. – Appointed Interim United States attorney for Southern District of Flori..
1867-1868 – He became the president of Colomb..
1987-1995 – governor of Guam. – He was the first governor of Guam to be reelected to a consecutive term in office.&nb..
1807 – Charles Francis Adams, born on the 18th of August in Boston, Massachusetts U.S. An American diplomat who played an important role in keeping Britain neutral during the U.S. Civil War and in promoting the arbitration of the important “Alabama” claims. The son of Pres. John Quincy Adams and the grandson of Pres. John ..