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John Quincy Adams (Presidents of the U.S.A.) by Janet Gerry and Souter

By Janet Gerry and Souter

an intensive, illustrated biography discussing Adams's adolescence, his occupation, his relations, and his time period because the 6th president of the USA. incorporates a time line and glossary.

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