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Time For Kids: Abigail Adams: Eyewitness to America's Birth

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Abigail Adams was the wife of John Adams, the nation's second president. Abigail had strong opinions about war, politics, and the rights of women—and she wasn't shy about expressing them. Few women in her time were as outspoken. Abigail Adams helped mold John Adams's ideas—and so too our history.

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Paperback, 48 pages
Published January 27th 2009 by HarperCollins
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Jun 12, 2011 Sarah rated it liked it
A good biography of a female patriot. Women are often overlooked in the telling of America's history, so this book is a good addition to my shelf. I especially liked how it mentioned everyday things she did, like keeping the farm running and writing encouraging letters, that were heroic in their own way.
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