John Adams and Thomas Jefferson
History's Famous Friendships
Great friendships are not always easy. The friendship between Founding Fathers John Adams and Thomas Jefferson was downright rocky, so much so that they're sometimes called the "Founding Frenemies." With this unique book, readers will learn about the relationship, friendly and otherwise, between two of the United States' most well-known founders. Readers follow along from their first meeting as delegates in the Continental Congress in 1775 to their deaths on the same day in 1826. Primary sources offer insight into their often-adversarial friendship. Historical photographs provide a window into the era.