Abigail Adams

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She taught herself a lot of what she learned out of curiosity and interest. Abigail took after her father in a lot of ways: she loved to read poetry, drama, theology, and political theory. The older that Abigail got the more she wanted to educate herself, she became known as the best-read woman of her time...
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Even though Abigail had taught herself to read and write her lack of education still bothered her. She was embarrassed that her penmanship, punctuation, and spelling were still very poor in quality but this did not stop her from educating herself (Noble). Abigail and John Adams meet at her sister's wedding for the first time when Abigail was fifteen years old but Adams was not interested in her at this time he had his eye on another woman...
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