The John Quincy Adams Presidency

Guess these facts about John Quincy Adams and his presidency.
Note: One country in the Ambassador section no longer exists.
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His home state
Massachusetts
His parents
John Adams
Abigail Adams
First name of his wife
Louisa
His alma mater
Harvard
Under James Monroe he served as this
Secretary of State
His Vice President
John C. Calhoun
His Secretary of State
Henry Clay
His political opponent who won the popular vote
Andrew Jackson
He was the last President of this political party
Democratic-Republican
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Most of Adams's proposals were shot down by _______.
Congress
First public railroad constructed in the U.S. (Hint: Think of Monopoly)
B&O Railroad
Animal he supposedly owned as a pet in the White House
Alligator
After his presidency, Adams became very critical of this practice
Slavery
Helped create this museum and study center in D.C.
Smithsonian Institution
Served as U.S. Ambassador to these countries
Netherlands
Prussia
Russia
United Kingdom
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