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Abigail also opposed slavery, which then existed in the country. During the Revolutionary War in America Abigail Adams's letters to her husband were very useful. The letters provided valuable information about British troops and ships in the Boston area. In November 1800, near the end of President Adams's term, his family became the first occupants of the White House...
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Her letters during this period are full of references to current politics, many of them sharp and supportive, for she was an ardent Federalist. After 1801 almost all of her remaining life was spent in Quincy, where she happily resumed her "business of a dairy-woman." She died in Quincy on Oct. 28, 1818, of typhoid fever...
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