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SUMMARY The only president who was a son of a president was John Quincy Adams John Quincy Adams was the sixth president of the United States from 1825 to 1829 John Quincy Adams was born in Braintree Massachusetts on July 11 1767 to John and Abigail Adams He was involved in politics since he was 12 years old At the age of 12 he was with his father in Europe While in Europe John was a French translator for Francis Dana the United States Minister to Russia He was also his fathers secretary and during this time he became an accomplished diarist When he came back to the United States he studied law at Harvard College Upon graduation in 1790 he opened his own law office in Boston In 1793 George Washington named him minister to Holland and then sent him to London to help John Jay in negotiations with the British This negotiation was known as Jays Treaty Jays Treaty was one of the major accomplishments for John Quincy This treaty provided for the evacuation of British posts on the northwestern frontier of the United States to define boundaries between the United States and Canada The treaty failed to resolve a dispute over American trade with British West Indies but under the circumstances it was thought to be the best the United States could have done The agreement was intended to settle long-standing differences between the United States and Great Britain and to secure American neutrality While in London he met and married Louisa Catherine Johnson in 1797 That same year he became Minister to Prussia In 1801 John Quincy Adams was elected to the Massachusetts Senate then 2 years later to the United States Senate In 1808 he resigned from the senate because of his endorsement of President Jeffersons policy of commercial warfare This endorsement led to a break in the Federalist Party This same year President Madison appointed
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