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Abigail Adams was born in 1744 in Weymouth, Massachusetts. She married future United States President John Adams in 1764. She died in 1818. (Add picture)

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Djahuti (54)
One of,if not THE Greatest of all First Ladies.She was brilliant and far sighted.Her husband respected and trusted her vastly.

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oshkoshjosh (0)
Abigail Adams took an open stand for women's rights when it was unheard of. And she was married to one of the most aloof, cold men ever to be elected President. For that she deserves great credit.

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cadence (0)
i think she deserves a 5 because she was a great woman and did a lot for women's rights.

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Mr. Democratic (0)
Abigail Adams was a kind woman who always worked hard no matter what.

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theblueparty (0)
Abigail Adams was a gracous hard working first lady, she was the exact oppisite of her daughter in law Louise.

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callitdowntheline75 (53)
Educated, cultured and worldly, Abigail Adams was the quintessential First Lady. A leader on her own, she was John Adams's most trusted advisor and the first First Lady to be both married to a President and be a mother to another.

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freebird_0128 (5)
My favorite of the first ladies and a role model of mine, she was certainly a unique woman of the time. Highly intelligent and wise, she and John Adams probably shared the deepest relationship of all the presidents and their wives. She is unequalled in her importance as first lady due to the amazing marriage she had with her husband. He treasured both her, her opinions and her advice. Without her, I doubt Adams would have been the great man he was.

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Ruby (15)
She and John Adams were awesome. I don't understand why there's no movie that capitalizes on the heroism of the founding fathers, and uses the incredible correspondence between these two as a romantic hook. She was very smart, brave and supportive of her great husband.

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