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Who was Abigail Adams? by True Kelley ; illustrated by John O'Brien.

By: Kelley, True.
Contributor(s): O'Brien, John, 1953- [illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Who was...?.Description: 100 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9780448478906 (paperback).Subject(s): Adams, Abigail, 1744-1818 -- Juvenile literature | Adams, John, 1735-1826 -- Juvenile literature | Presidents' spouses -- United States -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | JUVENILE NONFICTION / Biography & Autobiography / Women | JUVENILE NONFICTION / History / United States / Colonial & Revolutionary Periods | United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Juvenile literatureDDC classification: 973.4/4092 | B Other classification: JNF007120 | JNF025190 Online resources: Cover image
Contents:
Who Was Abigail Adams? -- Young Abigail -- A New Family -- Trouble Brewing -- A New Country Is Born -- Still Apart -- Reunion -- Politics -- Mrs. President -- Peacefield -- Timelines.
Scope and content: "Abigail Adams was a strong woman far ahead of her time. She urged her husband, President John Adams, to 'remember the ladies' and despite having no formal education herself, she later advocated for equal education in public schools for both boys and girls. She was also the first First Lady to live in the White House! This biography tells the story of Abigail Adams and her role in America's Revolutionary War period"--
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Includes bibliographical references (page [104]).

Who Was Abigail Adams? -- Young Abigail -- A New Family -- Trouble Brewing -- A New Country Is Born -- Still Apart -- Reunion -- Politics -- Mrs. President -- Peacefield -- Timelines.

"Abigail Adams was a strong woman far ahead of her time. She urged her husband, President John Adams, to 'remember the ladies' and despite having no formal education herself, she later advocated for equal education in public schools for both boys and girls. She was also the first First Lady to live in the White House! This biography tells the story of Abigail Adams and her role in America's Revolutionary War period"--

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