Abigail Adams Smith
Daughter of John Adams
Abigail Adams Smith
Abigail "Nabby" Adams Smith was the firstborn of Abigail and John Adams, founding father and second President of the United States. She was named for her mother.
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Plastic caps for cancer care? Sorry, it's a hoax - The Times and Democrat
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Nine-year-old Abigail Smith solicited plastic bottle caps from her neighbors and church members, believing they could be recycled to help pay for chemotherapy treatments for a sick child. Unfortunately, she had fallen for a hoax that has been
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Henderson calls white enrollment growth good for DC schools - Washington Post
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Abigail Smith, chief of transformation management, was quoted as saying that white enrollment in the 45000-student system was approaching 10 percent — about double the share of a decade ago. Much of the increase is in schools in upper Northwest,
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Mr. and Mrs. Clinton R. Mickley - Gettysburg Times
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Bridesmaids were Abigail Smith of Hanover, Holly Ford of York, and Allison Johnston of Gettysburg. Dog of honor, instead of a flower girl, was the bride and groom's Labrador Retriever, Paisley. Groomsmen were Steven Schneider of Rockville, Md.,
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Falcons hope to soar this fall - Times Record
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Newcomers include Audrey Balzer (D), Abigail Smith (M/F), Taylor Schenker (D), Chloe Whittaker (D), Hannah Williams (F/GK), Ashley Taylor (D), Danielle Foster (F) and Kristi St. Pierre (D). “We have a very packed schedule with two-three games per week
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DC schools see new faces -- many of them white - Washington Examiner
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"We may have broken into double digits," says Abigail Smith, chief of DCPS transformation management. "It's a big deal." The city's school system is still majority African American, but change is upon us, for two reasons. Young white families are
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Honor roll: Northern High School, fourth marking period - Patriot-News
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... Delaney Roman, Ryan Schreiber, Katelyn Sheaffer, Claire Shook, Abigail Smith, Allison Speese, Roy Stetler, Ashley Stough, Jason Swartz, Caroline VanPelt, Jared Whitesel, Megan Wilson, Daniel Wirth, Felicia Yocum, Sara Yunez and Sima Zia
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Women butchers win top awards - Radio New Zealand
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And Abigail Smith from Pak'nSave in Kaitaia is the Apprentice Butcher of the Year. A butcher at the other end of his career was also recognised. Todd Heller was presented with the Christie Award, which recognises a lifetime of achievement in the meat
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Female butchers: NZ's best - Voxy
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Alesha Ross from Nosh, Matakana won the 2011 Alto Young Butcher of the Year competition held at Sky City last night, while Abigail Smith from Pak'nSave Kaitaia took first place in the 2011 Retail Meat Industry Training Organisation (RMITO) Butcher
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Charter board close to picking exec director - Washington Post (blog)
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... anonymity because they don't want to tick off the board--say three local names are on the short list: Thurgood Marshall Academy co-founder Joshua Kern, DCPS transformation management chief Abigail Smith and DCPS innovation director Josh Edelman
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Ohio Crash Victims Appreciate Nebraska Communities - NTV
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"I got about 10 grand for my hog this year and will got about 12 grand," said Abigail Smith, Will's sister. "And I've decided to donate 100 percent of the proceeds to the trauma center here." According to Mr. Smith, their son Will, is doing better
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The 'Unintended Consequences' of No-Kill's Success - Austin Chronicle
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Director Abigail Smith stated on Monday that the shelter was "down two kennels," meaning there were two dogs in crates in a holding room somewhere waiting for a temporary home and the shelter was actually over capacity. But that's just semantics: Fact
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Auckland butchers carve up competition - Voxy
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Abigail Smith from Pak n Save Kaitaia beat out the other contenders in the Butcher Apprentice category, with Jared McLeod from Regent New World earning second place. "The standard of competition grows each year and this year is certainly no exception,"
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Animal Shelter At Capacity - KUT News
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“Being a No-Kill City takes the support of the entire community,” said Abigail Smith, Chief Animal Services Officer. “When we reach capacity we need people to be mindful that animals dropped off at the shelter are at serious risk of being euthanized
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Broadneck High Announces Honor Roll for Fourth Quarter - Patch.com
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... Seward,Linnea Shapter,Evan Shatney,Caitlyn Shea,Patrick Shelby,Kylie Siegel,Summer Sloan,Clarize Smit,Abigail Smith,Arden Smith,Vanessa Smith,Zachary Smith,Destiny Spears,Jessica Stallings,Michelle Stastny,Christopher Stengel,Emily Stevenson,Steven
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Abigail Adams a pioneer for women's rights - Northwest Herald
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On this day (July 11) in 1767, the matriarchal Abigail Smith Adams gave birth to her second child, John Quincy Adams, who under her often demanding tutelage, would grow up to become the sixth president of the United States
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Austin Animal Shelter At "No-Kill" So Far For 2011 - KUT News
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But the shelter's director, Abigail Smith, says they're not claiming victory yet. “A month of 91 percent is meaningless,” Smith told KUT News. “I would consider no-kill to be an embraced state of mind, philosophy, a commitment that has been made
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Town Lake Animal Center aims to become largest no-kill shelter in the country - Community Impact Newspaper
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“It's a testament to Austin's commitment to the no-kill goal, and an example of what success looks like when the whole community comes together,” Chief Animal Services Officer Abigail Smith said in a press release. “We are very grateful that Austin
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Parkview Middle School honor roll - DesMoinesRegister.com
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... Alexandra Sigel, Gabriel Simpson, Isaac Sinclair, Philip Sindt, Cole Skinner, Montana Slagel, Colton Sleister, Connor Slight, Kenan Smajlovic, Jacqueline Smart, Sienna Smedley, Abigail Smith, Dallas Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Ivy Smith, Jackson Smith,
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Abigail Adams Smith
    FORTIES
  • 1813
    Age 47
    The cancer continued to spread throughout her body, and she died, aged 48, on Sunday, August 15, 1813.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1803
    Age 37
    The screenplay for that television drama shifted the date of her diagnosis to 1803 and altered many other details of her life.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1786
    Age 20
    They were married at the American minister's residence in London on June 12, 1786.
    More Details Hide Details Nabby's observations of European life and customs, and many of the distinguished statesmen of the day, were later published. After their return from Europe, the Smiths bought land in what was then the countryside outside of New York City, and planned to build an estate, which they called Mount Vernon, in honor of George Washington. They never lived there, but a carriage house on the property was later converted to a hotel and is now operated as the Mount Vernon Hotel Museum. William was involved in a series of speculative ventures that led to financial and political difficulties. Nabby's parents used their influence when possible to obtain government jobs for William, but this did not keep their daughter from poverty. This caused considerable strain to their marriage. The couple had four children, three of whom survived childhood. Their children were:
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1765
    Born
    Abigail "Nabby" Adams was born in Braintree, Massachusetts, on July 14, 1765, and was, as her mother recorded, "the dear image of her still dearer Papa."
    More Details Hide Details Even as a child she was an important part of the domestic life of the Adams family, assisting her mother while her father was away in Philadelphia championing the Declaration of Independence. She continued this role throughout her youth, serving as a vital support for her mother while her father was serving as an American minister in Europe. At the age of 18, Nabby met and fell in love with Royall Tyler. Her father thought she was too young to have a suitor, but he eventually accepted it. At one point the two were even engaged to be married. But John Adams, then the U.S. minister to the Kingdom of Great Britain, eagerly called for his wife and daughter to join him in London. For a time, Nabby maintained a long distance relationship with Tyler, but eventually broke off the engagement, leaving Tyler depressed.
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