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1797
   President of the United States was   
John Adams
2nd
   President of the United States was   
John Adams
John Adams
   served as U.S. President as a   
Federalist
John Adams
   composed the opera   
Nixon in China
The opera was conceived by its director (Peter Sellars) and Adams was initially resistant to the idea.
John Adams
   served as Vice-President under   
George Washington
Was sworn in as VP nine days before the President
Thomas Jefferson
   served as Vice-President under   
John Adams
Jefferson and Adams died the same day, July 4, 1826.
John Adams
   uttered the last words   
"Thomas Jefferson Survives."
2nd President of the United States and political rival of Jefferson. He was unaware at the time that Jefferson had died a few hours earlier.
John Adams
   was born in   
Massachusetts
Before U.S. became a country
John Adams
   was the   
First President to Live in the White House
Who moved there in 1800
Province of Massachusetts Bay
   was represented by   
John Adams
John Adams
   composed   
The Wound-Dresser
Composition for orchestra and baritone based on the poem by Walt Whitman
John Adams
   is/was the   
U.S. President
1797
John Adams
   had the nickname   
The Duke of Braintree
John Adams
   had the nickname   
His Rotundity
John Adams
   had the nickname   
The Atlas of Independence
John Adams
   had the nickname   
The Colossus of Debate
John Adams
   had the nickname   
Bonny Johnny
John Adams
   had the nickname   
The Father of the Navy
John Adams
   had the nickname   
Old Sink or Swim
John Adams
   had the nickname   
Your Superfluous Excellency
John Adams High School
   features in   
Boy Meets World
John Adams
   composed the opera   
The Death of Klinghoffer
First performed 1991
John Adams
   composed   
Fearful Symmetries
Title taken from Blake's poem, Tygre
John Adams
   was born in   
The U.S.A.
B. 1947; minimalist composer best known for his opera Nixon in China
John Adams
   composed   
"The Wound-Dresser"
To the poem by Walt Whitman
Bushrod Washington
   was appointed by   
John Adams
1799-1829
Samuel Adams
   lost the election to   
John Adams
1796
Aaron Burr
   lost the election to   
John Adams
1796
George Clinton
   lost the election to   
John Adams
1796
Oliver Ellsworth
   lost the election to   
John Adams
1796
Thomas Pinckney
   lost the election to   
John Adams
1796
David McCullough
   wrote   
John Adams
1991. Pulitzer Prize - 2002
John Adams
   recorded   
A Flowering Tree
Opera; London Symphony conducted by Adams; Nonesuch, 2008
John Adams
   recorded   
The Dharma at Big Sur/My Father Knew Charles Ives
Nonesuch, 2006
John Adams
   recorded   
On the Transmigration of Souls
Pulitzer Prize and Grammy Award; in memorium of 9/11; Nonesuch, 2004
John Adams
   recorded   
Century Rolls
Performed by the Cleveland Orchestra and soloist Emuel Ax
Robert McDuffie
   recorded   
Violin Concertos of John Adams & Philip Glass
Houston Symphony; Telarc, 1999
John Adams
   recorded   
I Was Looking At the Ceiling and Then I Saw the Sky
Opera, 1995; Nonesuch
John Adams
   received the Pulitzer Prize for   
On the Transmigration of Souls
2003
John Adams
   composed   
"Because I Could Not Stop for Death"
Text by Emily Dickinson
John Adams
   was a/an   
Classical Composer
Pulitzer-prize winner composer, born, 1947
John Adams
   was a/an   
President
2nd President
John Adams
   composed   
Road Movies
1995
John Adams
   composed   
Short Ride on a Fast Machine
1986
John Adams
   composed   
Slonimsky's Earbox
1996
John Adams
   composed the opera   
Doctor Atomic
Premiered by the San Francisco Opera in 2005
John Adams
   is   

2nd US President, 1797-1801
March 4, 1797
   the oath was recited by   
John Adams
House of Representatives Chamber, Congress Hall, Philadelphia by Oliver Ellsworth, Chief Justice of Supreme Court
John Adams
   was a/an   
Vice President
Under George Washington and then President.
John Adams
   composed   
On the Transmigration of Souls
2002






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