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    First Ladies Vignettes

    Vignettes were shown of experts at historic sites talking about the first ladies of the United States from Martha Washington through Ida McKinley. Portions of these vignettes were shown in…

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    First Ladies Vignettes

    Vignettes were shown of experts at historic sites talking about the first ladies of the United States from Martha Washington through Lucretia Garfield. Portions of these vignettes were shown…

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    First Ladies Elizabeth Monroe and Louisa Catherine Adams

    Richard Norton Smith, Daniel Preston, and Amanda Mathews talked about the life and influence of first ladies Elizabeth Monroe and Louisa Catherine Adams and responded to telephone calls and…

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    First Lady Abigail Adams

    Edith Gelles and Jim Taylor talked about the life and influence of first lady Abigail Adams and responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Others spoke in videos from…

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    Writings of Henry Adams

    The program looks at the Gilded Age with an exploration of the works of Henry Adams, including his Pulitzer Prize winning "The Education of Henry Adams". Adams was the great-grandson of…

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    Adams National Historic Site

    Ms. Keinath talked about the site, home to the Adams family for generations.

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    Adams National Historic Site

    Deputy Superintendent Keinath described Alexis de Tocqueville’s meeting with President John Quincy Adams in 1831. Scenes were shown of the Adams National Historic Site and of United…

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    Book Discussion on Arguing About Slavery

    Professor Miller spoke about his new book, Arguing About Slavery: The Great Battle in the United States Congress. He outlined John Quincy Adams' part in the debates over slavery in the…

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    Adams National Historic Site

    Ms. Keinath described the history of the home of John Adams and John Quincy Adams.

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