Abigail Adams



Abigail Adams was an American patriot and the wife of John Adams, the second President of the United States. She was also the mother of John Quincy Adams, who would later become the sixth President of the United States. Abigail is remembered for her intelligence, wit, and strong political views. She was a passionate advocate for women’s rights and an important figure in early American history.

Abigail Smith was born on November 22, 1744, in Weymouth, Massachusetts, to a Congregationalist minister and his wife. She received an unusual education for girls then, including Latin and other subjects usually reserved for boys.

Abigail married John Adams in 1764, and they had five children together.

During their marriage, Abigail served as an essential advisor to her husband on political matters. In one famous letter written to him in 1776, she urged him to “remember the ladies” when drafting laws for the new nation. This letter has been credited with influencing John’s thinking on women’s rights issues, such as property ownership and education opportunities for women.

Abigail also wrote extensively about politics during this time, often expressing her opinions on current events or offering advice to her husband or other political figures. Her writings are still studied today by historians interested in early American history and politics.

Abigail died in 1818 at age 73 after a long illness.

She is remembered as one of America’s most influential First Ladies due to her intelligence, wit, and advocacy for women’s rights during a time when society largely ignored these issues.

Made of White Bonded Marble, additional colors are offered.

Sculpted 2022

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Weight 2.5 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 4.5 × 4 in





Materials: Marble

Variation options: Classic White Marble, Painted Bronze

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