November 17, 1800 in History

Event:

John Adams is 1st President to move into the White House





John Adams History:
July 4, 1826 - John Adams, 2nd president 1797-1801, dies at 90
June 4, 1800 - White House completed and President and Mrs. John Adams move in
March 4, 1797 - John Adams inaugurated as 2nd president of the United States
November 3, 1796 - John Adams elected president
April 21, 1789 - John Adams sworn in as 1st U.S. Vice President (9 days before Washington)
September 27, 1779 - John Adams negotiates Revolutionary War peace terms with Britain
July 16, 1775 - John Adams graduates Harvard
October 25, 1764 - John Adams marries Abigail Smith, marriage lasts 54 years
October 30, 1735 - John Adams, Braintree, Massachusetts, 2nd president of the United States, 1797 - 1801


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