Adams National Historical Park is the only place in the country where the stories of two presidents, John Adams and John Quincy Adams, can be told from birth to death. The three properties with flower gardens and orchards transport the visitor back in time to when the Adams family lived on the premises.
A Revolutionary Who Helped the Red Coats
In addition to being a patriot, a Founding Father, the nation's second president and its first vice president, John Adams was also an early proponent of the right to counsel. He legally defended British soldiers after the Boston Massacre, even though it was politically unpopular.
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Advocacy in Action Help Prevent Revolutionary War Sites from Crumbling into History America’s most treasured places face significant challenges, including insufficient funding to repair and maintain important pieces of our country’s past. We need Congress to increase funding for our national parks so that Revolutionary War sites and other parts of our shared history can be preserved for generations to come.
Report Center for State of the Parks: Adams National Historical Park At Adams National Historical Park, the assessment found that personnel have made considerable progress toward preserving the park’s resources, yet significant challenges remain.