President John Quincy Adams Home.
This typical New England salt box design house is the birthplace of President John Quincy Adams. It is believed to have been built in 1663. "Deacon" John Adams purchased it in 1744. In 1761 President John Adams inherited the house and in 1767 President John Quincy Adams was born there. In 1803 John Quincy Adams purchased the house from his father and continued to live in the house where he was born.
The house is located at 141 Franklin Street in Quincy, Massachusetts. In 1897 the Quincy Historical Society, along with Adams heirs, restored the house and opened it to the public. In 1940 it was turned over to the city of Quincy and is currently part of our National Park Service.
For more information on President John Quincy Adam's house you can visit the National Park Service website at:
• Length: 5"
• Width: 4 1/2"
This kit features:
• Laser cut wood for easy assembly
• Peel & stick shingles
• Custome mold injected windows
• Custome cast chimneys
• Simple step by step instructions
• Proudly made in the USA
This kit contains small parts and is not intended for small children.
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