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us: Adams, Louisa Catherine, 1775-1852

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    • us: Adams, Louisa Catherine Johnson, 1775-1852
    • us: Adams, Louisa, 1775-1852
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    • Birth Place

        London (England)
    • Death Place

        Washington (D.C.)
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        London (England)
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        Nantes (France)
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        Boston (Mass.)
    • Associated Locale

        Quincy (Mass.)
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        Washington (D.C.)
    • Associated Locale

        Méthodes & traités. Série III, Europe
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        • Organization: United States. Office of the First Lady
    • Organization

        United States. Office of the First Lady
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      Adams, Louisa Catherine Johnson, 1775-1852Adams, Louisa Catherine Johnson,1775-1852
  • Sources

    • found: Minnigerode, M. Some American ladies, 1926: t.p. (Louisa Adams)
    • found: LC in RLIN, 8-7-86 (hdg.: Adams, Louisa Catherine (Johnson), 1775-1852; Adams, Louisa Catherine Johnson, 1775-1852; usage: Louisa Adams; Louisa Catherine ... Adams)
    • found: Heffron, Margery M. Louisa Catherine : the other Mrs. Adams, 2014: title-page (Louisa Catherine; Mrs. Adams) pages 7-17 and 361-368 (born February 12, 1775, in London; died May 15, 1852, in Washington; father: Joshua Johnson, native of Maryland, partner in mercantile firms; mother: Catherine Nuth, from London; the family lived in Nantes and then again in London while Louisa was growing up; her father was appointed as first U.S. consul in London 1790; she married John Quincy Adams July 26, 1797 in London; they moved to the U.S. in 1801; wrote 2 memoirs, along with diaries and correspondence)
    • found: Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams, via, July 10, 2014 (only First Lady born outside the U.S.; accompanied John Quincy Adams on his early diplomatic service in Europe and Russia; in the U.S. they lived in the family home in Quincy, Massachusetts, their house in Boston, and a political home in Washington, D.C.; as First Lady, Louisa was noted as an outstanding hostess and prominent in Washington society, conducted salons, musical and theatrical gatherings; suffered in later years from depression and ill-health; buried in the Adams family church in Quincy, Massachusetts) {}
    • found: Wikipedia, July 10, 2014 (Louisa Adams; Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams; First Lady of the United States, 1825-1829; had 3 sons: George Washington Adams, John Adams II, Charles Francis Adams; daughter Louisa Catherine Adams died in infancy)
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    • 1986-11-06: new
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