Person:Charles Adams (33)

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m. 26 Jul 1797
  1. Charles Francis Adams1807 - 1886
m. 5 Sep 1829
  1. Louisa Catherine Adams1831 - 1870
  2. John Quincy Adams, II1833 - 1894
  3. Charles Francis Adams, Jr.1835 - 1915
  4. Henry Brooks Adams1838 - 1918
  5. Arthur Adams1841 - 1846
  6. Mary Adams1846 -
  7. Brooks Adams1848 - 1927
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Name Charles Francis Adams
Gender Male
Birth[1] 18 Aug 1807 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 5 Sep 1829 Medford, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Abigail Brown Brooks
Death[1] 21 Nov 1886 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States


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Charles Francis Adams, Sr. (August 18, 1807 – November 21, 1886) was an American historical editor, politician and diplomat. He was the son of President John Quincy Adams and grandson of President John Adams, about whom he wrote a major biography.

Adams served in the Massachusetts State Senate, before running unsuccessfully for Vice-President (Free Soil Party) in the election of 1848. During the Civil War, Adams was Lincoln’s foreign minister in London, where he played a key role in keeping Britain neutral, while southern agents were trying to achieve official recognition of the Confederacy. This meant conducting dialogue with both sides, and monitoring the British connection in the supply of commerce raiders.

He became an overseer of Harvard University, and built a library in honor of his father in Quincy, Massachusetts.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Charles Francis Adams, Sr., in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).