Abigail Adams: An American Woman
A fascinating portrait of the wife of one of America's greatest statesmen, this biography includes Abigail Adams's own writings as well as a general history of her life. New material on her relationship with her children, sisters, and several important contemporary figures is included in the Second Edition.
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