John Adams: Founding Father Quote

John Adams Quote
United States Founding Father

Quote 1340 details Share on Google+ - Quote 1340 Linked In Share Button - Quote 1340 What would you do Child? Be a Farmer. A Farmer? Well I will shew you what it is to be a Farmer. You shall go with me to Penny ferry tomorrow Morning and help me get Thatch. I shall be very glad to go Sir.—Accordingly next morning he took me with him, and with great good humour kept me all day with him at Work. At night at home he said Well John are you satisfied with being a Farmer. Though the Labour had been very hard and very muddy I answered I like it very well Sir. Ay but I dont like it so well: so you shall go to School to day. I went but was not so happy as among the Creek Thatch.

John Adams: Parents and Boyhood - 1734-1735

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