The American Colonies/the United States
This was the home of Jefferson and Adams, who were both instrumental in its foundation.
This was where Adams was a diplomat, and the opponent of the country in two wars that were mentioned in the letters.
This was where Jefferson, as a diplomat, engaged in a number of important negotiations, leading to his support.
This was where Adams was stationed as a diplomat.
This was where Jefferson was stationed as a diplomat.
This was the Adams' home, named for Abigail Adams' maternal grandfather, and served as the middle name of Adams' son.
This was Jefferson's famous home in Virginia that he designed.
This office was held by both Adams and Jefferson, and one for which they competed in a historic election.
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