5 edition of The Book of Abigail and John found in the catalog.
The Book of Abigail and John
January 1, 1977
by Harvard University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||L. H. Butterfield (Editor), Marc Friedlaender (Editor), Mary-Jo Kline (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||460|
"John Adams was an American patriot and Founding Father, and Abigail, his wife, was his most trusted adviser for more than fifty years. While John served in both Continental Congresses, Abigail managed their farm within earshot of cannon fire. She later advised her husband through amusing letters as he served as our first ambassador to Great Britain. And when John was elected America's first. Book Summary. Winner of BookBrowse's Nonfiction Book Award. In this vivid new biography of Abigail Adams, the most illustrious woman of America's founding era, prize-winning historian Woody Holton offers a sweeping reinterpretation of Adams's life .
“[I]n Len Rix's superb translation, Abigail is a delightful page-turner. There's an air of enchantment about the school—the book takes its title from a statue that supposedly grants the students' wishes—and Gina begins to have adventures—some quite funny, others that . Edith Gelles talked about her book [Abigail and John: Portrait of a Marriage] (William Morrow; Ap ). In her book, Edith Gelles recounts the fifty-four year marriage of Abigail and John.
Buy a cheap copy of First Family: Abigail and John Adams book by Joseph J. Ellis. The Pulitzer Prize–winning, best-selling author of Founding Brothers and His Excellency brings America’s preeminent first couple to life in a moving and Free shipping over $Author: Joseph J. Ellis, John Adams, Abigail Adams. Synopsis The story of Abigail and John Adams is as much a romance as it is a lively chapter in the early history of this country. The marriage of the second president and first lady is one of the most extraordinary examples of passion and endurance that this country has ever : Edith Gelles.
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Read 13 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. John and Abigail, Abigail and John - their names are a /5. Abigail & John offers readers the opportunity to view prominent scenes in American history through the remarkable lives of one of the country’s most beloved couples—the Adams’ing the historical significance of a partnership that spanned over five decades, the book details the love they shared for each other and the country.
I have fallen deep into admiration for Abigail Adams, and even her crusty husband John shines as an honest man and devoted Revolutionary when England started taxing and over-controlling the feisty American Colonies. So far as I can tell, the book was assembled from their letters by a grandson, so is well over years old by: 7.
“My Dearest Friend” begins with a courtship letter to the year-old Abigail Smith from the year-old John Adams, and ends (except for an epilogue describing Abigail’s death in Abigail & John.
Written by David Bruce Smith Illustrated by Clarice Smith. Abigail & John offers readers the opportunity to view prominent scenes in American history through the remarkable lives of one of the country’s most beloved couples—the Adams’s.
As one of today’s leading historians of the Revolutionary era (his books include a biography of John Adams, a National Book Award-winning. From David Bruce Smith, author of American Hero: John Marshall, Chief Justice of the United States, and his mother Clarice Smith, world renowned artist, comes this compelling and insightful historical biography of Abigail and John unique nonfiction children’s book tells the story of one of America’s most-treasured couples alongside stunning and original ed on: Novem John and Abigail were separated for long periods, and most of what we know of their married life comes from their remarkable correspondence of roughly 1, letters that have survived.
In the letters they share many of their concerns, both public and private, with a rare emotional honesty. Despite the book's double focus, Gelles, who has written two academic books about Abigail, betrays an evident preference for the wife. Abigail comes off as a paragon, and John sometimes suffers in comparison, though Gelles takes pains to explain away his shortcomings, albeit not always convincingly.
Abigail is very much into politics and reminds John to "remember the ladies" when writing the Declaration of Independence. This is an excellent book for anyone who wants to learn more about the war at a different perspective than what just the history books by: This is how Abigail Pesta, author of “The Girls: An All-American Town, a Predatory Doctor, and the Untold Story of the Gymnasts Who Brought Him.
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Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on Pages: "First Family: Abigail & John Adams" is the most recent of nearly a dozen books by Joseph J.
Ellis. Ellis is a Professor of History at Mount Holyoke and has written extensively on the revolutionary era and some of its most prominent figures.
"First Family" is the last of a seven books in my library. The Letters of John and Abigail Adams provides an insightful record of American life before, during, and after the Revolution; the letters also reveal the intellectually and emotionally fulfilling relationship between John and Abigail that lasted fifty-four years and withstood historical upheavals, long periods apart, and personal tragedies%().
This excellent picture-book biography introduces the childhoods, courtship, and family life of John and Abigail Adams as well as their years in public service. Fine-tuned to give readers a sense of their personalities as well as their significance in American history, the succinct text uses details of daily life and short quotes from the Adams Brand: Holiday House.
From David Bruce Smith, author of American Hero: John Marshall, Chief Justice of the United States, and his mother Clarice Smith, world renowned artist, comes this compelling and insightful historical biography of Abigail and John unique nonfiction children’s book tells the story of one of America’s most-treasured couples alongside stunning and original illustrations.
A book certain to disarm any Bicentennial cynic, this collection of letters begins with the courtship of John and Abigail Adams and ends with their reunion after years of ambassadorial absence on John's part. Well-organized and expertly composed, the book is an impressive addition to the nation’s written history.” — Oklahoma City Oklahoman.
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A two-person play in one act. Adapted from the letters of John Adams and his wife Abigail by Justin Alexander. Of its inaugural performance inthe Minneapolis Star-Tribune wrote: "John and Abigail is an adroit adaptation a chance to hear about the sacrifices involved in championing the American Revolution.5/5(1).