The first U.S. Vice President and second President
Primary author of the Declaration of Independence, the first U.S. Secretary of State and second Vice President.
Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War, President of the 1787 Constitutional Convention, and finally the first U.S. President under the Constitution.
Secured a military alliance that probably saved the American Revolution.
Known as the "little lion of Federalism".
Politician and military man who killed Alexander Hamilton in a famous duel.
Abigail Smith Adams
The wife of John Adams
John Quincy Adams
Sixth U.S. President
John Adams' second cousin
Benjamin Franklin Bache
The radical Republican publisher of Aurora
The congressman from Georgia, a veteran of the Constitutional Convention.
The unscrupulous scandalmonger who revealed Hamilton's affair with Maria Reynolds
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