He successfully defended British soldiers involved in the Boston Massacre
John Adams had many struggles in his life as president but he also had many great accomplishments.
Adams played a principal role in administering the American Revolutionary War.
John Adams was one of the pople who signed the one and only Decleration Of Indepandence which is a very important part of US History.
He Brought a peaceful end to the Quasi-war.
The Quasi-war must end! I will bring peace to America!
His most famous case was related to the Boston Massacre, in which British Army soldiers fired at a Boston crowd on March 5, 1770, killing five civilians and injuring six others.
He sat on at least ninety committees and chaired twenty five of them. He was referred to as “the first man in the House” and “one man war department”.
Adams strengthened American forces but refrained from declaring outright war. With U.S. navy inflicting damage on the French, the hostilities decreased and in 1800, Adams sent another peace delegation to France against the advice of the cabinet. The Convention of 1800, signed on 30th September, ended the Quasi-War. Bringing a peaceful end to Quasi War is considered Adams’ major foreign policy achievement.
These were the 4 major accomplishments of John Adams.