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  • Quincy is in Massachusetts. Quincy was the birthplace of presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams. United States Declaration of Independence signer
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  • Abigail Smith Adams in 1744. She was the daughter of a local clerygyman, wife of President John Adams, and the mother of President John Quincy Adams.  Town Hall
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  • Queen Marysieńka, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and American president John Quincy Adams. You will often find the locals displaying signs usually in Polish
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  • 2564-71.0114  Adams National Historical Park, Quincy — Preserves the homes and birthplaces of Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams. 42.3600-71.0638 
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  • fiction, and of course political thrillers. Henry Adams' Democracy is President John Quincy Adams' grandson's satirical send-up of the moral morass that
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  • her husband Marcus. The original sculpture is the work of artist John Quincy Adams Ward, and was cast in 1866.  42.933873-78.868469  Spirit of Womanhood
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  • built a sterling reputation from its humble beginnings in 1920, founded by John Mineo as a neighborhood meat market on the main drag of the Italian West
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  • her husband Marcus. The original sculpture is the work of artist John Quincy Adams Ward, and was cast in 1866.  42.93452-78.873583  Wolfgang Amadeus
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  • Quincy is a city in Adams County. It is located near the westernmost point in Illinois on the Mississippi River, and is home to some of the most impressive
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  • Adams Morgan, Mount Pleasant, and Columbia Heights are three bordering neighborhoods in Washington DC, each with a different character, but united in
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  • American Revolution, being home to now famous patriots like John Adams, Sam Adams, and John Hancock. Important pre-revolutionary events like the Boston
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  • each extra day. Stations on the south end of the Red Line (Braintree, Quincy Adams, etc...) are $7. Commuter rail stations are even cheaper. See the Public
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  • Visitor Gallery is currently closed. Free.  The Skydeck, 233 S Wacker Dr (Quincy/Wells CTA), ☎ +1 312 875-9447. Apr-Sept 9AM-10PM, Oct-March 10AM-8PM; open
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  • and Crafts movement.  Greenhills Irish Bakery, 780 Adams St. (Dorchester Ave to Ashmont St., to Adams St.). For tourists looking for authentic Irish bread
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  • starting in 1792, and first residence for the nation's second president, John Adams, the White House has been the residence and office for each presidency
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  • joining up with I-55 to Memphis. Interstate 72 runs east from Hannibal/Quincy, Springfield (Illinois) and Decatur (Illinois), terminating in Champaign
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