Abigail Adams was "Miss Adorable" to her husband John, the second president of the United States of America. He was away much of their married life as Abigail managed the farm, raised their four children, supervised their education, ran a business, bought land and invested the family's money. In the midst of this, shew wrote more than 1600 letters that describe her life and times in a newsy and often tender, emotional way. Her famous "Remember the Ladies" directive to her husband highlights her early push for equal rights under the law. The time is 1801. John Adams has just lost the election for a second term in office. He and Abigail have returned to their farm in Quincy, Massachusetts. Friends and neighbors have come to pay their respects a d to hear a little a bout her early life and her experiences as the wife of the second president of the United States of America. Be here this evening to meet Abigail Adams and hear her story. As 'Abigail Adams' Carol Bielefeld will present a lively portrait of one of the most fascinating and remarkable women in our nation's history. Registration is appreciated.