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5th United States secretary of state (1801–1809). Democratic- Republican. Due to logistical delays, Adams assumed the office of Vice President 1 month and 17 days after the March 4, 1789 scheduled start of operations of the new government under the Constitution
5th United States secretary of state (1801–1809). Due to logistical delays, Adams assumed the office of Vice President 1 month and 17 days after the March 4, 1789 scheduled start of operations of the new government under the Constitution. As a result, his first term was only 1,413 days long, and was the shortest term for a . vice president who served a full term.
Part II Text of Documents Administration of John Adams, 1789-1801. Original black cloth with gilt stamped spines.
National State Papers of the United States 1789-1817. Part II Text of Documents Administration of John Adams, 1789-1801. Wilmington, DE: M. Glazier, 1980. A few volumes lightly soiled, else fine, excellent condition. Facsimile reproduction, with introductory material added, of the original documents. Contents: v. 1-2. 5th Congress, 1st Session: March 4, 1797-November 10, 1797. 3-9. 5th Congress, 2nd Session: November 20, 1797-November 26, 1798. 5th Congress, 3rd Session: December 8, 1798-November 27, 1799.
The first census, conducted by Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson . Main article: Presidency of John Adams. John Adams, Second .
The first census, conducted by Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson, enumerated a population of . million, with a density of . people per square mile of land area. There were only 12 cities of more than 5,000 population, as the great majority of the people were farmers. The First Bank of the United States was thus created that year despite arguments from Thomas Jefferson and his supporters that it was unconstitutional while Hamilton declared that it was entirely within the powers granted to the federal government.
1st President 1789-1797 -no political party. 5th President 1817-1825 -Democratic Republican -. John Quincy Adams
1st President 1789-1797 -no political party. 2nd President 1797-1801 -Federalist -. Thomas Jefferson. John Quincy Adams. 6th President 1825-1829 -Whig. Democratic Republican. 1800 John Adams vs Thomas Jefferson -nasty election; both said nasty things in their campaigns about one another -Jefferson wins and says "We are all republicans, We are all federalists" to try and unite the nation. Proclamation of Neutrality.
v. The first administration of Thomas Jefferson, 1801-1805. 3-4. The second administration of Thomas Jefferson, 1805-1809. 5-6. The first administration of James Madison, 1809-1813. 7-9. The second administration of James Madison, 1813-1817.
18 2 nd President: John Adams 1797-1801. Adams failed to quiet his critics and angered his supporters. Jefferson was the clear leader of the people who believed in local to national govt. 19 2 nd President: John Adams Born: Oct. 30, 1735 Died: July 4, 1826 Birthplace: Braintree, MA Party: Federalist Married: Abigail ( Remember the ladie. all men would be tyrants if they could ) Children: Abigail, John Quincy, Susanna, Charles, and Thomas.
All of the text of the volumes is included except for the index to the first . Readers interested in more recent presidents may want to check another publication, Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States.
All of the text of the volumes is included except for the index to the first ten volumes, which appeared in Volume X. Here is the table of contents: Volume I: Part 1: George Washington, April 30, 1789 to March 4, 1797. Part 2: John Adams, March 4, 1797 to March 4, 1801. Volume VI: Part 1: Abraham Lincoln, March 4, 1861 to April 15, 1865. Part 2: Andrew Johnson, April 15, 1865 to March 4, 1869. This is a "meta-book", which stitches together separate files elsewhere on the Web as they appeared in a previously published book.
2nd President of the United States, 1797–1801.
Retrieved 2007-08-01. "John Adams autobiography, part 1, "John Adams," through 1776, sheet 2 of 53 ". Adams Family Papers: An Electronic Archive. Massachusetts Historical Society. 2nd President of the United States, 1797–1801. 1st Vice President of the United States, 1789–1797.
Wood, John, 1775?-1822. book was printed and ready for publication in December, 1801, but was suppressed at the instigation of Aaron Burr as being incorrect and also libelous. Overtures were made to the publishers, Messrs. The book was subsequently issued.