1 Abigail Adams Abigail Abigail Amelia (Smith) Adams Timeline About Photos Friends 2.3 million More Born: November 11, 1744 Died: October 28, 1818 Studied at home (no formal school) Worked at First Lady of the US Lived in Massachusetts (and Pennsylvania at one point) From Massachusetts Married to John Adams Mary Smith, Betsy Smith(sisters), and William Smith(brother) Abigail Nabby Smith (Adams), Susana Adams, Elizabeth Adams(daughters), John Quincy Adams, Charles Francis Adams, and Thomas Boylston(sons) Friends Thomas Jefferson(before her husband ran against him), Mercy Warren, and Hannah Winthrop Women should have the same rights as men! Who s with me? 1. I liked to say exactly what I am thinking out loud. 2. I was about 5 1, and had brown hair and eyes. 3. I loved to read, especially Shakespeare. 4. I was the second First Lady of the United States. 5. The letters I wrote became the first published book about a First Lady. 6. I called for equal rights for women and men. 7. I am buried at the First Unitarian Church in Quincy, Massachusetts. 8. I was also called Lady Adams. 9. I only stayed in Washington, D.C. for eighteen months when I was First Lady.
2 John Adams John John Adams Timeline About Photos Friends 256 More Born: October 30, 1735 Died: July 4, 1826 Studied at Harvard Worked at 1 st U.S. Vice President; 2 nd U.S. President Lived in Quincy, M.A. From Braintree, M.A. Married to Abigail Smith Older Brother of Peter and Elihu Son of John Adams Sr. and Susanna Bolyston Second Cousin of Samuel Adams Father of Abigail, John Quincy, Susanna, Thomas Boylston, Charles, and Elizabeth (stillborn) Friends George Washington, Samuel Otis, John Trumbull, Ben Lincoln, James Warren, Paul Revere There are two types of education one should teach us how to make a living, and the other how to live. 1. I was the first lawyer-president 2. I was the only president of the first five NOT to be a slave holder or to be from Virginia 3. I died on the same day as my rival, Thomas Jefferson 4. My son, John Quincy Adams, was the 6 th president 5. I served on more committees than any other congressman 6. I cast the tie-breaking vote at least 31 times as vice president 7. During the presidential elections, I beat Jefferson by 3 votes 8. I was the first president to live in the white house 9. I did not attend Thomas Jefferson s inauguration 10. I was a bad dancer, but a hopeless romantic.
3 Samuel Adams Samuel Name Portrait here Samuel Adams Timeline About Photos Friends 256 More Born: September 27, 1722 Died: October 2, 1803 Studied at Harvard College Worked at Governor of Massachusetts (last job) Lived in Boston, MA From Boston, MA Married to Elizabeth Checkley (then re-married to Elizabeth Wells) Samuel and Hannah Adams Mary and Joseph Adams were siblings Friends Ben Franklin, John Hancock, Paul Revere, George Washington What s on your mind? 1. I was a founding father of America 2. I founded the Committee of Correspondence 3. I formed the Sons of Liberty 4. I organized the Boston Tea Party 5. My first job was as a tax collector 6. I proofread the Declaration of Independence 7. I was a member of the First Continental Congress 8. I became governor in I retired in I died in Boston
4 Benedict Arnold IV Name k Benedict Arnold Timeline About Photos Friends 2 More Born: January 14, 1741 Died: June 14, 1801 Studied at: Private School Worked at: My own Business Lived in: Connecticut and England From: Connecticut Married to: Peggy Mansfield and Margret Shippen Benedict Richard Henry Edward James Sophia George William Taking over the British again!!! 1. I was proud to serve for the patriot cause until Congress undervalued me to less experienced officers! 2. I dueled a British sea captain and nearly killed him because he called me a damned Yankee. 3. I had two wives (at separate times) and a total of Eight kids. 4. I was fond over being a merchant and money was something I liked. 5. I ve always had something for shoes, when I was a kid I wanted to have a wardrobe full of them when I grew up. 6. I was very proud of my success at places like Saratoga I wish people respected me more for that instead of Gates. 7. I owned my own business and those British acts angered me to the point where I joined the protest. 8. During the Boston Massacre I was in the West Indies and Don t understand why the Protesters didn t use force in return. 9. I was disappointed at my self for switching sides because the Brits didn t like me. 10. My family was wealthy when I was a boy but after the death of a few siblings and my mother my father began drinking leaving no money for school or anything.
5 Ethan Allen An American Hero Ethan Ethan Allen Timeline About Photos Friends 9,937 More Born: January 21, 1738 Died: February 12, 1789 Studied at Unknown Worked at Green Mountain Boys Lived in Vermont From Connecticut Married to Mary Allen Heman Joseph Friends: Thomas Young John Adams Samuel Adams More Fort Ticonderoga is mine now no seriously its mine now 1. I am the founder of the Green Mountain Boys 2. I have one son named Joseph 3. I have had 2 wives both named Mary 4. I captured Fort Ticonderoga 5. I am living in Vermont 6. I have one brother named Heman 7. I have published a book The Only Oracle of Man 8. I studied to be a dentist 9. I tried to capture Fort St. John but failed 10. I was an educated person
6 Aaron Burr Name Timeline About Photos Friends 256 More Born: February 6, 1756 Died: September 14, 1836 Studied at: College of New Jersey (Princeton) Worked at : 3 rd vice president, lawyer, State Senate Lived in :New Jersey From :New Jersey Married to: Theodosia Prevost, and Eliza Junel Sister: Sarah Daughter: Theodosia Friends: Political allies Thomas Jefferson vs. me. Not in my court house. 1. I ran for president against Thomas Jefferson. 2. I worked for George Washington in the Revolutionary War. 3. I won a duel against Alexander Hamilton. 4. I am a Republican. 5. Both of my parents died when I was 19 months old. 6. I was a Vice president under Thomas Jefferson. 7. My job is a lawyer and a politician. 8. I have four children. 9. Only my daughter made it to adulthood. 10. Both of my wives were widows.
7 Nathanael Greene Name Portrait here Nathanael Greene Timeline About Photos Friends 5,000 More Ready for Battle! Born: August 7, 1742 Died: June 19, 1786 Studied at no formal school Worked as General of the Continental Army Lived in Rhode Island From Rhode Island Married to Catharine Littlefield 6 children 9 brothers Friends George Washington 1. I helped establish the first public school in Coventry, Rhode Island. 2. I was one of the most trusted generals in the Revolutionary army. 3. I was the general of the Continental army. 4. I would save my money to buy books for myself. 5. I was born a Quaker. 6. I was no longer allowed to be a member of the Quakers because of my great love for the military. 7. I served the entire eight years of the war. 8. I had been taught blacksmithing and the milling work before I was interested in the military. 9. I gave a lot of my wealth to help the war. 10. I named two of my children after the Washington s- George Washington Greene and Martha Washington Greene.
8 Bella Bruno Name Alexander Hamilton Timeline About Photos Friends 256 More There is nothing impossible to him who will try. Born: January 11, 1755 Died: July Studied at : He started school in Elizabethtown NJ, but by 1773 was entered at Kings College. Worked at: 12: a general clerk store, He worked at the continental Congress. Lived in: Albany, New York From: British West Indies Married to: Elizabeth Schuylour Family: One brother,james Hamilton. eight children Friends: George Washington 1. The duel of Hamilton vs Burr resulted in his death due to a fatal gunshot wound to the abdomen. 2. First United States Secretary of the Treasury, lawyer, statesman, visionary, and architect of the American economic system for George Washington. 3. His mother passed away from an island fever in 1768; and the cousin that cared for him and his brother, Alexander, committed suicide in He was so trusted by his boss that at age of fourteen, Hamilton was left in charge of the entire business for several months while his boss was at sea. 5. As an adolescent, Hamilton wrote an essay published in a local paper of St Croix which impressed community leaders who collected the funds to send him to the North American colonies to receive his education. 6. Hamilton became a lawyer in New York. 7. He was a man of letters. He wrote 51 of the 85 instalments of The Federalist Papers which remains the most important reference for Constitutional interpretation. 8. He was appointed to the Confederation of Congress from , and in 1786 was elected as one of three New York delegates to the Constitutional Convention. 9. He is the founder of the nation s financial system and national bank. 10. He was the leader of the Federalist Party.
9 Full Name Name Portrait here John Hancock Timeline About Photos Friends 12M More Born: January 23, 1737 Died: October 8, 1793 Studied at: Harvard College Worked at: Uncle s Firm as a merchant Lived in: Lexington, Massachusetts From: Braintree Massachusetts Married to: Dorothy Quincy Hancock Lydia Hancock John Hancock Friends: Samuel Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Paul Revere #webeatthebritish #independentcountry #newcountry!!!! 1. I graduated from Harvard College. 2. I had seven brothers and sisters. 3. I had was adopted by my aunt and uncle. 4. I was one of the delegates from the colonies who signed the Declaration of Independence. 5. I was the first delegate to sign the Declaration. 6. I made my name big enough so that the king could read it without using his glasses. 7. I was the President of the Continental Congress during the Revolution. 8. Made laws for the colonies during the war. 9. Fact 10. Fact
10 Patrick Henry Name Portrait here Patrick Henry Timeline About Photos Friends 21 More Born: May 29, 1736 Died: June 6, 1799 Worked at The Constitutional Convention Lived in Brookneal, Virginia From Hanover County Virginia Married to Sarah Shelton and Dorothea Dandridge Friends William Henry John Henry George Mason Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death! 1. I have 17 children. 2. I am an Anti-Federalist. 3. I had 2 wives. 4. I was an attorney. 5. I married at 18 to Sarah Shelton age I denied a 6 th term as a governor. 7. I was one of the most influential Revolution advocates. 8. I am a Virginia Representative. 9. I did not trust the Constitutional Convention. 10. I have a speech Superpower.
11 John Jay John John Jay Timeline About Photos Friends: 6,726 More Born: December 12, 1745 Died: May 17, 1829 Studied at Columbia University Worked at the Supreme Court Lived in Bedford, New York From New York City Married to Sarah Jay Six children Friends: Ben Franklin, George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Adams Chilin in the Supreme Court 1. I was the second youngest in the 1st Continental Congress 2. I was also the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court 3. I went to the same college as Alexander H, Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt. 4. I helped write the Constitution of New York 5. I wrote 5 papers in The Federalist 6. I got to go to Paris to sign The Treaty of Paris 7. I was the governor of New York 8. I went to college at the age of I was voted president of the Second Continental Congress 10. as governor, I helped abolish slavery
12 Thomas Jefferson Thomas Thomas Jefferson Timeline About Photos Friends 3,498 More Born: April 13, 1743 Died: July 4, 1826 Studied at: William and Mary Worked with: Virginia House of Burgesses, 3 rd US President Lived in: Virginia From: Virginia Married to: Martha Wayles Skelton Jefferson : Martha Washington Jefferson Randolph Mary Polly Jefferson Eppes Friends Benjamin Franklin George Washington John Adams Sam Adams Writin the Declaration #independence 1.I started building Monticello, my famous estate, when I was I had six children: five daughters and one son. 3. My only son died 17 days after his birth and was never named. 4. My parents were part of Virginia s gentry and they owned a large plantation. 5. I wrote the Declaration of Independence in seventeen days. 6. I was a diplomat for the US to France from 1783 to Although I was quiet and shy, I loved writing. 8. Both John Adams and I died on July 4, I was good friends with the Adamses, John and Abigail. 10. I loved learning.
13 John Paul Jones John John Paul Jones Timeline About Photos Friends 256 More Born: July 6, 1747 Died: July 18, 1792 Studied at : No formal school Worked at : One of the first navy commanders Lived in: No permanent address From: Kirkcudshire, Britain Married to: No Spouse : John Paul, Sr. (Father) William Paul (Brother) No Kids Jean McDuff (Mother) Friends What a nice day for a sail. 1. I raised the first flag above an American ship 2. I have never won any formal rewards 3. I led an attack on my own home town 4. I never went to school 5. I am know as the Father of the Navy 6. I had a pet cat that I took on three voyages 7. I do not have any permanent home 8. For a while I was a fugitive from the law 9. I was not born with the name John Paul Jones 10. I have murdered someone
14 James Madison Name James Madison Timeline About Photos Friends 2116 More Born: March 16, 1751 Died: June 28, 1836 Studied at the best of Schools Worked at the white house Lived in- Virginia From - Virginia Married to- Dolley Madison 11 Siblings 1 son Friends: John Adams, Ben Franklin, Tom Jefferson, Sam Adams, George Washington Writing up all these Documents in here! 1. I am the fourth U.S. president of the U.S. 2. I am the smallest president 3. I am George Washington's half cousin 4. I am the lightest president and I never weighted more than 100 pounds 5. 5 of my siblings died in infancy or childhood 6. I was president when the war of 1812 began 7. I was president when the war of 1812 ended too 8. I helped write the declaration of independence 9. I helped come up with the idea some of the amendments 10. I helped write the bill of rights
15 Full Name Name Francis Marion, the Swamp Fox Timeline About Photos Friends 256 More Born: An unknown date in 1732 Died: February 27, 1795 The son of plantation owners in South Carolina Served in the SC militia during the French & Indian War Later assigned as a Commander during the American Revolution Developed new fighting tactics learned during the French & Indian War Retired a Brigadier General Went back to plantation farming Married after retirement What s on your mind? 1.I learned how to successfully fight the British using techniques the Cherokee used in the French and Indian War. 2.I owned my own plantation in South Carolina. 3.I retired a Brigadier General 4.I was shipwrecked for a week! 5.There is a movie made about me! 6.I jumped out of a second story window to get out of a boring party. 7.I have a University named after me! 8.The University's mascot is the Patriot! 9.I helped write the South Carolina constitution. 10.I have a crazy cool nickname I earned as a commander in the Revolutionary War.
16 Thomas Paine Name Portrait here Timeline About Photos Friends 256 More Born: February 9, 1737 Died: June 8, 1809 Studied no formal education Worked at sailing, freelance writer, politics, journalism Lived in Great Britain, France, America From Married to Mary Lambert 2 nd wife Elizabeth - none Brother Son Friends Ben Franklin Lead, follow or get out of the way. 1. Fact was a corset maker with my father 2. Fact - believes my mind is my church 3. Fact hailed as a hero in France 4. Fact Ben Franklin convinced me to travel to Philadelphia 5. Fact wanted slavery abolished 6. Fact was imprisoned 7. Fact was editor of Pennsylvania Magazine 8. Fact was a member of Foreign Affairs Committee 9. Fact volunteered in the Continental Army 10. Fact a free thinker
17 William Prescott William William Prescott Timeline About Photos Friends 2,564 More Born: February 20, 1726 Died: October 13, 1795 Studied at no formal school Worked at Colonel Lived in Massachusetts From Massachusetts Married to Abigail Hale Son: William Prescott Jr. Grandson: William H. Prescott Friends Horatio Gates, William Pepperell, Oliver Prescott Hanging out at Saratoga! 1. My likeness was made into a statue as a memorial for the Battle of Bunker Hill. 2. I had a town in Massachusetts named in my honor. 3. I have a son named after me. 4. I am known for my famous quote at Bunker Hill. 5. I had no formal school until 1780 when I became a fellow of the Academy of Arts and Science. 6. I was appointed colonel of a regiment of minute men. 7. I was elected the member of the supreme executive council of the state of Massachusetts. 8. I was given control of the Seventh Continental Regiment. 9. I was appointed brigadier general of the militia for the county Middlesex. 10. I was appointed third-major general of militia in commonwealth.
18 Paul Revere Paul Portrait here Paul Revere Timeline About Photos Friends 699 More Born: January 1 st, 1735 Died: Studied at no formal school Worked at Revere silversmith shop Lived in Boston, Massachusetts From Boston, Massachusetts Married to Sarah Orne (deceased) Rachel Walker Brother oldest of 7 children Son has 16 children Friends William Dawes, Dr. Samuel Prescott Like my selfie 1. I have 16 kids. 2. I have 2 wives. 3. I am a silversmith. 4. I worked as a dentist when my silver business was not doing well. 5. My dad is a French immigrant. 6. I am a great horse rider. 7. I've been arrested before. 8. I started the first copper mill in the U.S.. 9. I was a in the Massachusetts militia. 10. My father was also a silversmith.
19 John Stark John Portrait here John Stark Timeline About Photos Friends 569 More Born: August 28, 1728 Died: May 8, 1822 Studied at unknown Worked at Brigadier General Lived in New Hampshire From New Hampshire Married to Elizabeth Page Children Son Friends: Amos Eastman, John Burgoyne, Benjamin Lincoln, John Sullivan, Enoch Poor Live free or die. Death is not the worst of evils. 1. I was captured by Native Americans when I was younger. 2. I was forced to run the gauntlet. 3. I was ransomed for $ I became New Hampshire s most famous soldier. 5. I became a lieutenant for Rodger s Rangers. 6. I came up with New Hampshire s motto. 7. I was the last surviving Continental General. 8. I was given command of the First New Hampshire Regiment. 9. I explored the upper reaches of the Connecticut River. 10. I was promoted to Major General.
21 Martha Washington Martha Martha Washington Timeline About Photos Friends 2 More Born: June 2,1731 Died: My 22, 1802 Studied at home Worked at the plantation I lived on. Lived in New Kent, Virginia From New Kent, Virginia Married to Daniel Parke Custis and then George Washington John and Daniel Martha and Frances Friends are all the generals wives. Anyone want to help make some scarfs for the soldiers? 1. I am eight months older than my husband. 2. I got married twice. 3. I am only I outlived all my children. 5. My first husband died only years after being married. 6. I grew up on a plantation. 7. I learned how to read at age ten. 8. My husband was a general in the Revolutionary War. 9. My dad was an immigrant from England. 10. I grew up on aa plantation.
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