John Quincy Adams (Early Republic)


President John Quincy Adams (1825-1829)

John Quincy Adams, before he became the sixth President served as U.S. Minister to the Netherlands, U.S. Minister to Prussia, U.S. Senator, U.S. Minister to Russia, Envoy to the United Kingdom, and eight-term member of the House of Representatives. That does not count his role as secretary to the Minister to Russia at the age of 14-17. He was fluent in Dutch and French and understood German and significant amounts of Russian. He mastered Latin and Greek and translated the entire New Testament. Adams spent significant time in eight different European nations and wrote about them. He kept a diary from 1779 to 1848. Needless to say, John Quincy Adams was the most experienced, well-read, and brilliant man who ever entered the presidential office. He was described as a chip off the old ice-berg, as son of President John Adams.

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