Late March; Second plan to kidnap President Lincoln according to Michael O'Laughlen

Late March; Second plan to kidnap President Lincoln according to Michael O'Laughlen

John Adams, Second President of the United States - Independence National Historical Park

Pictures, Fun Facts and Highlights of All U.S. Presidents

The site of the President's House at the corner of 6th Street and Market Street in the Old City neighborhood of downtown Philadelphia. The site was home to first U.S. president George Washington and second president John Adams. Adams had the president's home relocated to Washington, DC from Philadelphia with the rest of the federal government during his tenure in office. The site is free to explore & contains information on the presidents and the slaves who were kept at the house.

The site of the President's House at the corner of 6th Street and Market Street in the Old City neighborhood of downtown Philadelphia. The site was home to first U.S. president George Washington and second president John Adams. Adams had the president's home relocated to Washington, DC from Philadelphia with the rest of the federal government during his tenure in office. The site is free to explore & contains information on the presidents and the slaves who were kept at the house.

John Adams, the second president and Thomas Jefferson, the third president both died on the same day, July 4, 1826. The day is the 50th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence

John Adams, the second president and Thomas Jefferson, the third president both died on the same day, July 4, 1826. The day is the 50th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence

Soeharto: The Life and Legacy of Indonesia's Second President: An Authorised Biography

Soeharto: The Life and Legacy of Indonesia's Second President: An Authorised Biography

Second President John Adams Notes PowerPoint product from Make-History-Fun-Store on TeachersNotebook.com

Second President John Adams Notes PowerPoint product from Make-History-Fun-Store on TeachersNotebook.com

Charles Finney was a famous preacher during the Second American Great Awakening. He was a professor of Theology at Oberlin College and the second president of Oberlin College. Read more about his influence in Oberlin in this History Feature written by Oberlin College intern César Palacio.  (Charles married my grandpa  (X 3) Andrews' sister, Lydia)

Charles Finney was a famous preacher during the Second American Great Awakening. He was a professor of Theology at Oberlin College and the second president of Oberlin College. Read more about his influence in Oberlin in this History Feature written by Oberlin College intern César Palacio. (Charles married my grandpa (X 3) Andrews' sister, Lydia)

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