John Quincy Adams

Early Career

What position did Adams hold at Harvard University?

While he served as a politician in his pre-presidency days, Adams doubled as a professor of rhetoric at his alma mater. In 1804, he was appointed the first Boylston Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory at Harvard. He began teaching at the university in 1806 while he was a U.S. senator.


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