John Adams was a Founding Father of the United States who played a leading role in the American Revolution; by opposing the 1765 Stamp Act, advocating complete separation from Great Britain, being part of the Continental Congress and the committee responsible for the Declaration of Independence, administrating the American war effort during the Revolutionary War and negotiating peace through the 1783 Treaty of Paris. John Adams served as the first Vice President (1789 – 1797) and second...Read more
George Washington was a founding father of U.S. who had the leading role, both militarily and politically, during the American Revolution and went on to become the first President of the United States. Know why Washington is often referred to as “Father of his Country” by studying his 10 major achievements and accomplishments.
#1 HE WAS COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY DURING THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
When the American Revolutionary War broke out in 1775, Congress created the...