John Quincy Adams

Sixth president of the United States (1825–1829); Federalist U.S. representative from Massachusetts (1831–1848); eighth United States secretary of state (1817–1825); ambassador to the United Kingdom (1815–1817), ambassador to Russia (1809–1814), Federalist U.S. senator from Massachusetts (1803–1808), ambassador to Prussia (1797–1801), ambassador to the Netherlands (1794–1797); son of the second United States president, John Adams

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